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"chad coleman" Discussed on American Innovations

American Innovations

08:52 min | 1 year ago

"chad coleman" Discussed on American Innovations

"Here at american innovations were fascinated by the question of how people become innovative in their work and how they become creative and what they do and that ultimately revolves evolves around that extraordinary faculty that all of us have inside of our minds but they're so much more to the human brain than most of us ever realize and that's why i want to tell you about a show that dives deep into the inner workings of the human brain. It's called sean carroll's mindscape. I've i've been following the work of sean carroll for many years. He's bringing thinker and a wonderful writer. Miss podcast is really exciting. You can join sean carroll as he sits down with some of the the most interesting thinkers in the world to science philosophy culture and much more past guests have included neuroscientists game designers and a story and that's so if you've ever wanted to know how music affects your brain or the origin of human drives or how black holes work then you've come to the right place ace in just a moment you'll get to hear a preview of sean carroll's mindscape featuring filmmakers seth macfarlane shawn and steph chat about the orville and writing for science fiction while you're listening you should go subscribe to sean carroll's mindscape on apple podcast spotify or wherever you're listening to american innovations nations right now there's also a link in the episode notes so boorda's <hes> for those who have nothing to show boorda's implied in her members of this race the mock lynn and we're told there are only men only male monklands but they manage to give birth somehow <hes> which makes me think that they're really only female marlins besides amok which are the definition of. I think we've we've. We've struggled that a little bit. The the storytelling value that species gives you as opposed to the logic of the biology. What we've kinda landed on their definitions are a little different than what ours are very masculine presenting right they pretty much <hes> because it you know it is it is is <hes> at the end of the day. You can always fall back on it while they're aliens is different. That's right but <hes> but yeah. I mean it's it's. It's a it's an interesting. It was a dynamic that i hadn't seen before these these two very stoic. You know kinda classically science fiction aliens who were who were repair there were mates and and and how this kind of domestic life going on and it's i mean those two actors are just gold chad at chad coleman. I think eagles who does the expanse. He's cutting on the wire now and <hes> and peter making obviously boorda's are there. I mean they're my favorite favorite couple on t._v. I i can endorse that. I can do a lot worse but then so. I'm gonna mentioned in the introduction that were spoiling everything so that's okay but they have a child. It is female. This is a scandal and the cultural expectation is that there will be a sex change to turn it into a boy yeah and i mean that is heavy stuff to tackling right there in season one yeah well. It's what always fascinated me was and again. The the specifics of that episode assode in that conflict are are arguably less pertinent than the <hes> than the more general conflict. That's that's a play in there and that's you have another culture that does things their own way that doesn't doesn't stack up with your morals and your code of ethics but it's still their culture at what point do you at. What point do you respect their ways and at what point does that get so insane that you can't justify it in your own mind or or live with yourself and it becomes time to be galaxy police and claire. I guess is the doctor and yeah journal solicit so her question was she is also one of the treasures of the show grad anderson mesa she wanted to know she worked through the ethical dilemma here you you know who's benefiting from this. Is it medically necessary or is this just a cultural thing and i don't think there's obvious answers to these questions. Those are my favorite kinds of stories. I i look as much as much as i love as much as i think there is a there is an absence in television of noble. People who just wanna do the right thing. Everyone's an anti hero in. I i do miss the simplicity of gary cooper saying dammit. I just got married but i gotta turn around and go fight this bad guy. I do think that that's that's that's not a good thing that that doesn't exist on on television that i was a kid i had it was fiction but there were people like you know picard was was you know people who were people who were just out to do you know the superheroes super france for god's sakes they were so wholesome but these these are people who are just out to do the right thing and i think at the end of the day to see people struggling with what the right thing is but yet coming coming from a noble place and coming from virtuous place but not being able to find a clear answer those to me are the most interesting stories that i can latch onto. I get a little weary of oh. This guy's a murderer and drug addicts and all this and i'm supposed to sympathise with them. It's at a certain point. It's just i'm just watching terrible. People do terrible things. He does wear you down a little bit. You know it's it's it's i love the handmaid's tale but at a certain point i start to get tired. This girl getting kicked around. It's like i couldn't bring myself to have you seen fleabag ugh. I haven't seen fleabag <hes>. It's really really good but in the beginning is just hard because they're just <hes> so many bad things yeah yeah yeah but but it is it is i mean that's the most fun stuff to write is the stories that don't have a clear cut and that's what we're always looking for on the oracle. Those stories don't have a clear cut. What's right and what's wrong and you know things that you know where you have to weigh the rights of the individual against the needs of the society. It's all interesting stuff often. It's all stuff that science fiction is is arguably more equipped than any genre to to address and i i have a blast ryan those kinds of stores these but these are the real dilemmas and played infant number of different ways yeah i. It's it's. It's fun to leave that stuff. I mean there are certain stories is where you it's it is clearly this this is right and this is wrong. You may disagree with me but i'm pretty confident in my ethics. I find a lot of what we do on. The orrville is we. We struggle along with the characters. It's a tough thing to that. Story is a good example this this is this is their society and i mean look it's saudi. Arabia is a perfect example. It's it's their culture but you know look how they treat. Women wendy walk in there and say hey. You're gonna stop. Doing this and you're gonna start doing things this way. You know people have different opinions. I i happen to believe that in in that scenario there there is an argument to be made for being a little bit of a hero and <hes> helping out the the oppressed but not everyone agrees with that some people would say it's their culture. It's not your business yeah. I'm on your side in the sense that you think sometimes you're gonna try to intervene <hes> but i certainly historically recognized that there's plenty of times when societies have taught themselves into the idea that they were the virtuous ones in fact. They were just imposing their own views right. We've had crusades bruce aids and and the whole bit <hes> did you get pushback from that episode by people who have interest one way or the other in gender reassignment or gender identity we we we didn't we know certainly not from the company i mean it was interesting about fox's is for all of their conservatism on the news side. I've never once been censored in any way when anything that i've done i i will. I will say that for them. And when the episode aired there was there were mixed reactions and and there was a lot of passionate things written about the story and again. There are some things that i read that educated me a little bit and some things that i thought were were a little bit. Maybe not so correct in their analysis of the show but <hes> it it's overall the the reaction russian that i found to that show and it was gratifying was that hey at least somebody's talking about this on on a network. Hello everyone this is sean. Carroll darrelle hosted the mindscape podcast and you've been listening to a little excerpt from interview with seth macfarlane about science fiction themes in his t._v. Show the orrville to hear the rest of the interview or or any mindscape discussions about science philosophy culture and any big idea you might think of you can subscribe to sean carroll's mindscape on apple podcasts or wherever every you're listening right now thanks..

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"chad coleman" Discussed on The Ross Bolen Podcast

The Ross Bolen Podcast

02:34 min | 1 year ago

"chad coleman" Discussed on The Ross Bolen Podcast

"The other special guest Centric, this month's special guest episode is golf, and fatherhood featuring Chad Coleman, head of social media at Callaway golf in AJ voelpel or vo- Pell or VO pan or pill. I can't remember but we definitely do figure out the best the correct way to say his last name in the middle of the interview at the beginning. So you'll know. And that's exciting. Right. Super exciting. AJ is in charge of what does he do their content manager creative content manager for Callaway golf again, one of the biggest sports brands in the world in terms of equipped like they've actually for those of you who are familiar with, like Travis Matthew, as a clothing brand. It was mostly west coast. I believe up until more recently, Callaway bought them. They've made huge moves over the past couple years to continue to, I'm kind of, like, I would almost compare Calloway to the Adidas of golf. Like, if Titleist was Nike like the more traditionally you thought of Tiger Woods with Nike, golf balls or whatever, I mean, it was, like, I feel like when I was a little kid titled was the golf brand. Yeah. Nike was the shoe brand. And Callaway was always there with some other brands to, like, well, I'm not going to name him because I'm pro Calloway now. I'm not gonna give shined Cobra. I'll do one Cobra golf. I don't know if any. Oh, remember there was always some like side-hustle brands that people would Br. Have on the course or whatever but very much like title was the front runner. Well, it's pretty clear that Calloway was was whipping up some stuff in the kitchen with all that was going on angels, looking at box that they have now slowly, but surely, and then very quickly over the past four, five six, seven years. Even since I've started to pay more and more attention to them. They've killed it in these two dudes that I get to talk to are very big part of that. They both have been there for years and years. I've been lucky enough to know them. I played Torrey Pines with AJ like five or six years ago, I've known Chad for seven years, now, I think, since we hit me and him started off a relationship, which we talk about in the podcast episode is well, how we got to know each other, and I mean, it's just it's an incredibly interesting perspective and look into what I believe, to be one of the more well, run and managed companies in any area, every time, I've spent time with these people in gotten to hang out in their offices. I'm incredibly impressed with everything they have going on. And anyway, I'm very excited about the episode. Look forward to releasing it in the next couple of days. Go to patriot dot com slash Ross Bohlin podcast and pay your dues so you make sure.

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"chad coleman" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

KMOX News Radio 1120

01:45 min | 2 years ago

"chad coleman" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

"With funeral mass scheduled for the following day as Saint Wenceslas Catholic church. Two teenage boys have been charged in juvenile court with murder in connection with Harper's death, a Walking Dead actor hopes to use his star power and personal experiences to help Saint Louis kids. Choose the right path Chad Coleman played Tyree in the Walking Dead, and Cutty wise on HBO, the wire told came Alexis, Mark reared, and you have to start by attacking the root of the problem, routers, that you've been fed ignorance in delusion. And you believe it. So I can I get you to see that the ever mation that you've been fed is rone's, then we can start then that's a good place to start if I can get you to say, well, okay. If I'm not that who am I. Then we can begin to feed into you. Coleman says he uses his experiences growing up as an example that you're not defined by your upbringing and really can be whatever and whoever you want that helps him establish commonality and a sense of trust from the steeple Bank. Business desks expected to be the largest ever wind facility in Missouri. The public service commission voted unanimously Wednesday to grant Amarin, Missouri. The go ahead to acquire a four hundred megawatt facility in Schuyler, and Adair counties. Once construction is complete the Dow from St. Foale is up Twenty-nine points to twenty five thousand one forty five checking cable exports, the blues are home tonight against the Vegas Golden Knights. It's a seven o'clock. Faceoff pre-game on KOMO exit six thirty shortly afternoon. You can download the blues game day podcast on cable x dot com. Cam Jansen and Alex Ferrario come to.

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"chad coleman" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

KMOX News Radio 1120

09:42 min | 2 years ago

"chad coleman" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

"Automatic president Louis read is here. How are you Lewis? I'm doing great, Mark. Thanks for having me today. Did you bring your guests with you? Yes. They're on. They're they're on their way up. They'll be here in the studio. And just a moment they were just finishing up an interview kinda do the gimme the time. Unfortunately, because I'm really backed up against got. Chad Coleman is the the guy. Who's in town? I'm a big Walking Dead fan. Loved the wire. I know who he is because he played in the Walking Dead. Why is he here today? Well, number of things, the first thing is he's helping us to really work to inspire our youth and to get them leverage in the arts. And in this case, the movie business and filmmaking to show them that there is another way, and there's an opportunity for some change and an opportunity for them to go on to achieve some great things. No matter where they're starting out. So he's working to do that. He's also working to get particularly African American men. In some organized constructive conversations about things that they can do to help help their community and also help strengthen themselves in their lives. And I think that's all wonderful. Well, and as you were giving that description and the introduction Chad Coleman walked into the studio. He's with you this afternoon. How are you chat? I'm doing fantastic. How about you said this all came together quickly? My producer said, hey, Louis reads got this this actor guy in town who was on the Walking Dead. I'm like, I know who he is. If you look at that resume, you're on my I still think one of if not the best television show of all time in the wire in on the big fan, I will say this. So as not to offend I was a much bigger fan of the Walking Dead. Were you on the show not because you because I think it was a better show. And I think they've lost their way a little bit. But I'm still watching because I'm loyal to the show. How are you? Welcome to Saint Louis. Thank you so much. It's good to be here. Get to be back. Actually, you have some Saint Louis connections here on this guy. Lewis read for a while. New. But not new to the Lou Greg Thomas is definitely my producing partner, and we met out in LA, and that's how able to visit this amazing town. So what is what's your inspiration for a visit like this trying to inspire black youth in talk about crime and things like that and politics because this is all came together. I wasn't able to do all the the recon and stuff. Interesting backstory, I'm told. Yeah. I mean that that's part of the emphasis, you know. I always feel too much is given much is required. I came from very traumatic background foster care, and parents addicted parents and trying to work through and navigate through all of that toxic poison and to find a way into self empowerment and being able to be a person that who can walk through the world taking responsibility for myself and and being apart as positive agent for change in the community and help the uplift these young people and show them that anything's possible. You know, we just had a carjacking here in Saint Louis couple of days ago. Retired police officer was killed. I don't know if you were briefed on that. But it was a fifteen and sixteen these to fifteen sixteen year old kids, and the mother Lucy probably saw the mothers in the paper this morning, saying, look, I, you know, they don't come from my son. Who was the driver not actually the shooter doesn't come from van family? He lost his way hung with band people. But look these are two kids who may have had their future just ripped away from them because of something that they did. And they murdered a cop. So what do you do if the parents are involved, you think that they're involved? I mean, I said this at the beginning of the show we've all done things that we didn't want her parents to know about. But there are different degrees of that. So how do you convince young people who may or may not think that they have a future to not go down that route? Well, first of all, you have to attack the problem at the root the root is in your thinking, the routers that you've been fed ignorance in delusion. And you believe it. So if I can I get you to see that the ever mation that you've been fed is it rone's, then we can start then that's a good place to start if I can get you to say, well, okay. If I'm not that who am I then we can begin to feed into you. The positive information necessary. Willing as young person, whoever you maybe take that step. Don't you? Yeah. Absolutely. Without a doubt. Now, how you get how you positioned them them to be able to receive. It is also very important, right? You got to create an inviting environment for him. So if I can't speak his language is he gonna trust me. Right. So I I come armed with my truth of trauma. I come fully qualified to say to you. That's not who you are. And you can change. I'm standing right here in front of you. I'm a living example. Here's who I know you to be truthfully not defined by your trauma, not defined by the environment that you came up in. Here's who you really are. And do I look like you do I sound like you commit? Gimme a pal right now. Can I talk to you? I think so you try to do that. I guess. Guessing on as much as the one on one level as you possibly can. Right. But there's so many of these stories out there. So how do you how do you make that a broader effort? Well, today, we spoke to a room full of high school kids was how many of them a hundred and thirty five, you know, but you can also use social media that people always been Mon the facts who's bad as bad as we know it can also be for our frame positive tool. So that's another way. And you know, one of the fortunate things is entertainment has leverage empower, you know, they love these shows. So that makes absolutely go. So if that's an entry point great any, and if we spend the first hour talking about that and talking about your favorite rapper, and I like rap music, and I'll do a little rap for you to you know, what I mean, you you find your weight, you find commonality, and what you don't do is judge them judge them harshly and you. Don't make them feel uncomfortable. You have so much. So many of them have have never even had a hug notice sounds mushy. But it's true. Nobody. Value than do know. We it's hard pressed for us to know what it feels like for someone not to care. But I know because I was abandoned by my parents, there's a AAC EMMY now that that little boy who long for his mother and father that aches still comes. I'm able to handle it now because I'm the adult, and I'm the I'm the parent. I didn't have now. But think about what they feel like, and then they have to mask it. They can't be vulnerable is like, whoa. So now, everybody's buying the front. There's like no there's a vulnerable little boy in their little girl in there. But they're living under such tough conditions is so much anger. You know, what it's like to grow up with the angry parent. That's toxic. Yeah. So that's why you combine that with everything else, we call the poverty, you got respite absolute lack of education and all that. Right. Right. That's a lot. So so I'm willing I'm willing because I know said let's get to the center of the pop the Senate a lollipop. It's just a vulnerable child really needing help and guidance and leadership and nurturing that's what we want to offer them. So you going all around the country with this message. Well, I do inadvertently because I work in so many different places. But yes, you know, wherever I can be of service is where I'll be so now. Okay. I landed landed in Atlanta, I'm in LA I land in New York. I let you know. So I carry the same heart because actually the community is the saying what you're still in Atlanta. You're just walking around zombie right? Kevin every. Fabulous. They pulled me out of the car set about your I remember they talked about it on talking dead afterwards. It was a no March to terrorist Malik. So even the work itself. The way it was written and shot was one of those. It was kind of a set apart type of episode. Are you still watching the show I stopped after Abraham and Glen? Yeah. That that the hammer here Rick Grimes? This it requires final episode coming up here. Right. Yes. Yes. I know. But you know, what I look at it through the lens of that guy's spent pretty much ten years of his life out of his own country. Yeah. Complete now that dude was a leader number one on the call sheet and Lincoln, Andrew, okay? That's good. On leader. I don't believe the show would have managed if if we didn't have him in the driver's seat beautiful person all the way around from the from the person from the cook to the executive producer. The guy was the same guy. That's good to hear to hear that Chad Coleman. Thanks. I wish I had more time. I really do. But we got kind of tight injury pinched here with you coming in here. Thank you, Louis. Frank bring him in here and the message thank you so much..

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"chad coleman" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

KMOX News Radio 1120

05:01 min | 2 years ago

"chad coleman" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

"Hang on is this the study, we all waited for is. Also, you'll wrong is disgusting. Thank you, James. Wait until these seven states here about this thing called chocolate. Surprising the sevens. As chose candy corn is their favorite Halloween candy. But then thirty states voted for Donald Trump. I think you've got bigger fish to fry. Honestly, I'm new to this country honest to God. I mean, this candy corn was just for decoration. Finding out that people eat Christmas tree tinsel. You know, what's funny about that? Is it almost seems like it is something that's just there for for decoration. So I understand what he's saying. And I'm you know in solidarity with Mr. corden on the issue of candy corn, which will not be allowed in my house tonight. That's for sure it's disgusting. It is should be banned. And what I told. You was the only thing that'll make candy corn worse. It is. There was peop-. Flavored candy corn vice versa. Candy corn flavor, isn't probably is given an opportunity. Happen. We go with what what is the Klein house will giving away for Halloween candy tonight. You know? And you have no idea. Right. It's it's exactly your games come on. She put the costumes together. She gets the decorations out. I have nothing to do. No. I just make sure the kids don't break your decorations. We have two children the same exact age. You can't help out a little bit. Maybe take responsibility here. Well, I think I do enough enough. I haven't heard you haven't done one one thing. What is enough? I make sure they don't break the expensive decorations that we have. Oh, oh, okay. And you're a new house. So you'll have different people come by. We actually have a neighborhood that has a lot of younger people in it some very excited to see what the what the Halloween vibe is in the neighborhood. So I had this Facebook memories came up with this picture. I've talked about this a couple of times, and it was was five years ago because it was twenty thirteen in my former neighborhood because I've been in this this one now for your there were these two kids that showed up at my house, and they said that one of my other neighbors gave them sweet potatoes. And they showed me the sweet potatoes. I took a picture of now these kids were teenagers. They were like maybe twelve thirteen and they were not dressed up. So maybe that's why the neighbor gave that to him. But I may pull a couple of like we got a big bag of those those orange cuties. You know, those things I like those. That's not good for Halloween. Right. But I might toss them out. It's risky because those kids could easily come back after running a wall. That's right. Some shaving cream, and then your house is going to be covered in that crate you ever do that by the way. Those kids. My dad put the fear. God me when I was little I was not a vandal in any way, shape or form a sitting here until you. I was an angel. But I never stole anything from a store or I kn- shoplifting in vandalizing not not my deal when I was a kid. I got into my trouble later in my college years, but the, you know, I don't even think I've been a victim of much more than maybe a a simple minor teepee episode over the years, not a whole lot. I was one of those kids I was responsible for a lot of that stuff. And I don't think my parents even really know they do now. Now what what did you do teepee shaving cream? Eggs eggs. Sure. All that. Yeah. Do people you knew or people. You didn't know they gave us bad candy. That's what happened. Yeah. We'd go back. We'd sweet target that house. And indeed they gave way toothbrushes. We're getting them my neighbors like to do it just became a thing over the summer. I'm not sure why. But bunch of the kids in the neighborhood was actually just a handful. They they got into this this little ding Dong ditch period. Right. And I will do that. I guess so all I know is and you know, when I have dogs, and the dogs are going crazy. But went out there one time in they had done it. I think the day before something I said, hey, yes. Realized that I catch you on camera every time you do this. Right. Yeah. Especially in this day and age. Yeah. I could see who's doing much Frank. My security cameras are pretty clear. All right. We're gonna take a break. We'll come back. Dave is gonna go back into that producer studio. And do whatever you do. What do you do by the way in there? I put up the podcast for the show, which is a very important job. You know, what you do as much for me as you do for your kids and your watch. Exactly, right. By the way, my mom just texted me and said, I know now what you did say that's a problem. I know Rick stream who's the director of elections for saves. Lewis county is gonna join us and I'm really excited. Chad Coleman is coming in here. He played Theresa the Walking Dead. He was in the great show. I think one of the greatest shows in television history. The wire he's coming in with president Louis read from the board of aldermen talking about crime in you know, trying to get you thought a better path. So he's coming in here. Three thirty this afternoon. Plus, we have an audio cut of the day. A reminder on Friday, our final Reardon roundtable before the election. Jane, Duke, Joel Haman from the Saint Louis post, dispatch and alderman, Jack. Is.

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"chad coleman" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

KMOX News Radio 1120

07:18 min | 2 years ago

"chad coleman" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

"You automatic president, Louis read and Chad Coleman is intelligent actor. He was in the Walking Dead in the wire. And I think people would know him he's in town here talking about crime and issues of crime so invited him to come into the three o'clock hour. So that was like a last minute add on here. Well, let's talk about crime just a little bit. I tweeted something out and this was brought to my attention. I won't name names here. But I do think that you have people in the Saint Louis police department law enforcement overall that are pretty concerned about the fact that mayor crews has not said anything about the shooting of this police officer, the retired officer the other day, and I don't really I don't what is the explanation for that. Maybe there's an explanation for it. But I certainly haven't come up with one. And that's that's appropriate and Jimmy Edwards. He's been kind of silent to look this is a crisis here in Saint Louis crime. And you would think now what what's my theory on this? Well. America in particular should have sensitivity to this given her history with her husband and the mortar right in a carjacking. But I think that they're so afraid of the cop haters that they don't want to say anything if if the mayor's office is listening in there is a different if there's a different explanation. I'd love to hear it because we're not hearing a word from light Cruzan. Now. Look, I went to her Twitter page. She tweeted about the Jewish synagogue. She tweeted about the funeral this morning of our own Mike Kelly's father, which is sad in our condolences here from the Cam wakes family, go out to him that news broke over the weekend. But there's nothing about this shooting or any of the other shootings in murders that have occurred in this country in this country in the city just in the last three days, you don't even have to go back further than that. Why is that? And that's ridiculous. It's embarrassing Madame mayor and four shame. That's shameful. You've got to be. I can't even believe it with similar brought to my attention. I'm like, well, that's certainly couldn't be went to the Twitter page. There's you know, there's the Jewish synagogue tweet. Nothing about this officer. I I'm just left baffled. I really am. And I think a lot of people are you have in that family insurgent. Ralph harbors family two hundred years of police work for the city of Saint Louis. You got a guy who confronts a robber. He loses his life and the mayor's not chiming in at all. Then you've got the story that was in the paper this morning in our local paper. They came from a good house says mother of teens allegedly connected to retire Saint Louis officers shooting, apparently they didn't now I kind of feel for this mom because I do think. And I I firmly believe this happens to white parents and black parents and doesn't matter. What color is look you. Don't always know what your kids are doing. We all did things when we were younger. My kids are doing them right now that they don't want me to know about. Now, I would like to think that armed robbery is not one of those things especially when you should be in school. But Marissa's woods the mother this quoted this morning, and apparently her son Justin is the one that's accused of driving the stolen SUV. Now, the sixteen year old shooter who went to the hospital, you might remember, you know, he got shocked by Ralph Harper. He goes to the hospital woods is the guy that drops him off the shooter is not being named because he's a juvenile. But the mom came forward and said, yeah, that's my son who drove him. She said this is what she told Christine buyers in the post. She knew her sons as polite respectful athletic academic achievers with the trophies to show for a decorating their home in Bel the village hills. Before monday. She said they were just average sophomore and senior at confluence academy. Now, she says she's in disbelief about the accusations against them when she learned that Harper was a former police sergeant she said, her heart broke. My deepest sympathy goes after the of, hey, here's something the mother of the victim or I'm sorry. The mother of the accomplice said more than the mayor of the city of Saint Louis on this. I should tell you something right there there. Probably so deepen their feelings that they don't care, but I want them to know that I do care. She was talking about Mr. Harper's family. George woods. Her husband important point here. Not their father, George which who's helping raise the boys echoed his wife's concern in grief. It's hurtful what we're going through right now. But our thoughts are with the officers family right now because we are God fearing people give this couple credit for coming out. Insane. Something not being afraid to say that. Again, the little observation there about the about the mayor and the lack of response in. How does that what message does that send to law enforcement in the city of Saint Louis? I think it's pretty clear that's a rhetorical question. How many times has the mayor tweeted about the the terrorists on the other side? The the cop painting crowd during everything that happened here in Saint Louis in the past couple of years whenever we've had an insult to go back to last year. Last fall when the, you know, the U two concert gets canceled and Ed Sheeran gets canceled, and you have people on the verge of riding. Once again, you always very careful about saying anything that could be construed as negative about the terrorists. But we can't say anything nice about the cops because that's not going to play well with the other side. Right. I guess that's where we're at in Saint Louis in two thousand eighteen all right? Let's get to some other stuff here talk about birthright citizenship because I maybe it's just me. And I have a theory about why Trump did this. I'll get to that in a second. Why is it illegitimate to bring this topic up? Now, I've said I think I just gave the speech yesterday the day before I think that the administration doesn't do a very good job when it comes to empathy and compassion. You can be compassionate. You can talk about these things with empathy. You can have you Arthur Brooks who I love. He's the guy who runs the American Enterprise is to he wrote a book. A few years ago had him on the show Arthur's been on many times. Call the conservative heart thing was the conservative heart. Advocating that Republicans conservatives elected leaders show, a little bit more compassion when they're talking about some of these issues, the president could learn from that Republicans can learn from that. But why is it completely out of the question to say look we have to look at this this issue in the fourteenth amendment? I don't know I'm not a constitutional expert. So whether or not you can do this with executive order or not legally, I I doubt from what I've read I think that speaker Ryan was right yesterday. The president hammered him on Twitter today saying, you know, these guys have had that up up again down again relationship. Right. They played nice in the sandbox for a few months here. But the president was scolding the speaker saying, hey, maybe you should concentrate on winning the house and concentrating on the midterms season like that very much. But here's Sarah Sanders on that issue. There are a number of options. The president's looking at all of them. There are a number of legal scholars that think that there are certainly a lot of ground. But the big the big issue here that you have to look at is the reason we're in this position in the first.

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"chad coleman" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

02:19 min | 2 years ago

"chad coleman" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"This is what people from iraq and taliban just stan or in real life idiots and we don't need any of them this time not her mouth but her fingers got her in hot water a social media post a tweet sent out that had a picture of former obama adviser valerie jarrett any comparing jarrett's looks in politics said quote the muslim brotherhood and the planet of the apes had a baby equal sign vj a problem response was nearly immediate the first notable from comedian wanda sykes who wrote for the new roseanne reboot she tweeted that she would not be returning to the writer's room bar did apologize at first simply quote i apologize i'm leaving twitter and quote then some speculating she may have gotten some advice to get a bit more contrite and throw some water on this lava hot flames she wrote quote i apologize to valerie jarrett and to all americans i am truly sorry for making a bad joke about her politics and her looks i should've known better forgive me my joke was in bad taste and quote the condemnation continued to come from actor don cheadle actress patricia arquette and more and one from tv and radio host joe scarborough who posted there is no apology she can make that justifies abc turning a blind eye to this bigotry by airing another second of her show even in the age of trump he wrote there are red lines that should never be crossed this is one of them end quote and moments after bars tv daughter and producer sara gilbert posted quote roseanne's recent comments about valerie jarrett are apart and do not reflect the beliefs of our cast and crew or anyone associated with our show and quote abc released a statement using one of gilbert's words calling her twitter statement quote and horrid repugnant and inconsistent with our values we have decided to cancel her show end quote complete shock to you only how quickly it was done jim roope los angeles here's some of the reaction from hollywood cedric the entertainer disarray jackson chad coleman lewis roseanne is one is always been a controversial personality at jokes that push the button and push the envelope what she did today was crossed that line was crossed the line of civility it caused the line of what.

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"chad coleman" Discussed on Post Show Recaps

Post Show Recaps

01:30 min | 3 years ago

"chad coleman" Discussed on Post Show Recaps

"Yeah i liked it i mean i think he knew an african american actor in that role i liked the diversity of these cash generallyspeaking our liked that you've got indian actors you've got asia actors you've got new got african american actors i love i love the actress to frankie addams that plays bobby draper that's one of my favorite rolls and characters on the show yes he's cruises even show up till season to and she's awesome like i absolutely love with that performance in that that actress is just so good just playing that role because she's a bad at super soldier but she's also having to go through this awakening of realising she's seeing the world through one perspective and she's been raised as a bad a super soldier and yeah she's just a gun he though she's just like that she's a lower level marine in that regard she's not the the leader of a planet so she has these instincts in these thinks that she's trying to follow but maybe she's causing more problems than she solving or maybe she's off offbase i think they do a great job with the nuance of that role and i think that that actress in that casting is right i've never seen her before some very impressed by some of the polls like that and i think they're so ford actor leica fred johnson i think you do want an africanamerican actor if you're gonna take chairs auto it off the show i will reverse course on that issue exchange was just a dame of desperation your ability percent correct but but i mean maybe they tried you know who knows who they brought in or who knows who they could get in i think they probably also wanted a recognizable actor in that role in chad coleman as we point out certainly a very good actor and has done some great stuff.

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"chad coleman" Discussed on Post Show Recaps

Post Show Recaps

01:42 min | 3 years ago

"chad coleman" Discussed on Post Show Recaps

"456 episodes but i do like that character and i'm glad to have him in the mix and it's nice to know that as i said there are these things just a little bit of book knowledge can really influence the way you look at this knowing that they do expand the points of view to a pretty expansive play not to play that pine that i think is character like practice could have a lot more value you could be seeing him being a much more central part of this story throughout the course of the next several season so i like the idea of that and i don't mind introducing a character in the middle of a second season oh let's say like a benjamin line is type who can become a much bigger character throughout the course of the rest of the show and if that's practice that's great but i'm also you know the guy the doctor that praxis looking for plays a much bigger role as well and probably will continue to play a bigger role in the in the books in story going forward so there are there introducing more elements even as they are taking so off the board and i like that i'm speaking of changes from the book they just again my understanding that when you talk about shed coleman in that role that fred johnson in the books is fifteen to twenty years older okay and so that makes sense that you could have that gravitas if you just cast an older actor in that role maybe that would come across a little bit more yeah that's interesting 'cause i know you've got jared harris as anderson does and that's a real cast and crew and no disrespect to chat coleman who i think is a really great actor but as you're describing that fred johnson is supposed to be fifteen years or so older that like that feels like that's like a jared harris level after that you want to get for that role and i don't know that had coleman is that guy but role of a lifetime for chad coleman and good for him like a very happy that he landed the part that that that.

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"chad coleman" Discussed on No Laying Up

No Laying Up

01:32 min | 3 years ago

"chad coleman" Discussed on No Laying Up

"And i don't think so reach out to us in the larry i i know now getting this question like which aready recommends a again i it's so hard to ranked can read courses it's really hard ranked the areas but there's so joe such tremendous value and be able to go and stay in one place in play worldclass golf in so many different places different place every day and with this area and got the glascoe gales a nod supposed that's a great course um and just with troon done uh dundonald being their western gales pressed wig and now to turnberry courses there you can't you can't be there syria i mean it's it's not all the coolest thing about that was everything separate turnberry was literally fifteen minutes max guide it's nothing as it's it's so they're so close to each other that's almost a joke it's like i expected i expect each course be an hour away from each other and yuck out i will be iron up thirteen minutes so the me being your show for what is to curb appeal that sap chad drank you four one eight thanks the business colin for come into chad with the idea chad thanks for bringing along to me thanks to our contest winners joan kathy bannister um it was super memorable week for the two of us as well uh as well as i i know that it was for them police special thanks to david yvonne katie jamie and then again kenny for all the hosting an i'll be all the restaurants and reach out to us with questions you may have bought the area we can set you up with some of these some these folks that will definitely look after you and uh.

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"chad coleman" Discussed on No Laying Up

No Laying Up

02:04 min | 3 years ago

"chad coleman" Discussed on No Laying Up

"Tough forecast saturday for the elsa course at turnberry while we had gotten way to luck yeah we had a point everyone was the whole week was like saturday be prepared for it so um it was raining when we started um just howling wind back into the win first composer tough chat was having a tough third hole until i wa everything changed well i i hit my is this is about power four probably let four twenty year 430 but it was straight back into the wind howling howling wind and rain uh at blasset my driver a little right on found it only because i was literally like standing right on top of that and i could see a little bit of it on shut up to the troupe is golf ball for uh for always uh showing were right so i've been easy to find uh but i found it was unplayed wives nowak there is no way i could even make contact with it so took unplayable took a drop down acted back out into the fairway had like ninety five yards in and down for par and county cancerous my uh fifty 55 degrees as we think it's a full one of these and i was on the left side of the fairway play hit it play little little fate in there and one one hop to hops rode right back in the whole for four i took off like jordan's be the sixhole hazeltine i was read in your speed pretty much i mean that's that's exactly gough hammond we didn't give the chess moment for the high five it was a private shot at a trip i dropped my club nac read yeah yeah it was it was perfect is ended up i've ever had the out of a moment like that on the golf course you hold out for four than humidity golik three holes later yeah so we got to not give the down wind whole has had a whole out an eagle and i still shot like forty laura so south to do some might say it's tough to do not for me my friends so obviously uh trump is quite the polarizing person but i i'm yet to meet a.

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"chad coleman" Discussed on No Laying Up

No Laying Up

01:40 min | 3 years ago

"chad coleman" Discussed on No Laying Up

"Unsound thing to do to gulf coast mega totally blind talbot but say say sneaky long though it was the battle that's what surprised me there's tons of 424 forty parfours hit a lot of drivers out there there's a couple short parfours coming in a couple under three hundred yards but the 16th any team there driveable holes but really fun hold seventy design are crazy totally blind uh approach to the green which have a lot of people don't like that whole but i think if you saw it again for second time you to understand it that way if he's out for a second timing young who like that at all where to go at that really cool but it's just so go i mean again it's all these courses or built along train lines such as how back in the day people got two golf courses and uh jamie darling again was telling us about this eighty nine hold challenge you can do where you basically walked the length of the train and play at outward nine at every course and you could play like eighty nine different holes on all these different courses that um it just so cool the vibe of trains rolling by and and and as you're hitting shots in obviously given a tour sauce waved to the trains and what worse up or if is awesome clubhouse to gun they do a great job preserving the history and they're the original open championship belt which was a belt they said they were gonna give out if somebody ever won the open three times in a row with young tom morris did and then they retired that was the end of the bells in the belt uh state hazari in at a place was insane i mean there was scorecards from the you know the first couple opens at that wherever hell mazen tally clarkson may add a is a twelve of course at the time and they used tally march to mark their scores and they had the scorecard from the first ever holeinone as like.

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"chad coleman" Discussed on No Laying Up

No Laying Up

01:52 min | 3 years ago

"chad coleman" Discussed on No Laying Up

"Scots that night i was just making conversation i taxi driver and he was like our is like if you're looking to go out one night or go grab drinks or whatever he's like prestwick is the town to go to and there's a place um i forgot with the elliot aimless called elliott's and there's a place called elliott's and that's the place to go in prestwick if you wanna go out on like a saturday night that's like the most you know the most happened in places like our thanks and i came up in dc again open conversation at dinner and kenny uh of course said oh yeah that's my place as well and i was like man you'd literally on the style he runs the town of aeons he's doing something right kenny kenny i can't thank him enough for his his hospitality and so it's but the lido the mend user huge the good i had the hardest time choosing so maybe book the thing we both were most blown away with the avocado uh i've never heard of this desert maybe this is a real thing and we're just learning about like very rich vanilla ice cream with a shot at us brussels poured into a really salt really strong bitter espresso asmaie italian confidat a j o pell had he had ever heard of avocado because tighten strict allow the stress of he drinks lavas wraps up he said absolutely he said i basically invented it which in his armenia as a drink a lot of it so apparently is a thing will and he was with you ever in this area and again we're gonna come if the case for this area big absolutely incredible uh just a to be able to stay in one place in play as much as many great courses there are in the area there's several good restaurants again that we had a great time at all the players read all these places to such all a notes the most highly recommended places and we had a recommend pepperoni pizza atlanta i had it three treat three straight three three straight nights in two different locations we would wanted presley active but are we saw rory.

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"chad coleman" Discussed on No Laying Up

No Laying Up

02:09 min | 3 years ago

"chad coleman" Discussed on No Laying Up

"Still can wish along the ills of course but robert the bruce really really fun holes i i was i was blown away specially consider the renault expect loves low key one of the finest rounds yet superfund was just two of us out there just strolling through the sudden 100 weather yet so then within the next day with the pro and him in then be followed that up with a day at royal troon which was i think your kind of your first real true leagues experience rubbed that relies robert the bruce is not as rawl links cats of course to injures his and i would say the most linked see coarsely play definitely uh yeah i thought are seen as so much hype in anticipation for parole trout and in our with henrik winning the open their last year body sad worker a so we dead now a ton of content around around that way in and around the course and i really just been looking forward to to sing it and to you know looking back and remembering those holes that fill instance in had that epic battle last year and um you know i think the one take away uh that we both came from it and actually only took about to hold an to a reset hal in the hell did they shoot whatever nineteen seventeen and twenty under whatever in of being that that it blows my mind i mean that's us it's such a fun and challenging course but you you have to hit your yet it hit such great teeshots there to put yourself in position and and if you're not if you've got hitting good good shots off the tee you're in that fescue that is probably the his fescue who played um and it's such so tough it is incredibly tough and it makes you appreciate more how how good the best players in the world are off young i mean it's this brief flat terrain overall solution it's not like a stunning visual course or simply ii shots beautiful right along the sea there and there's there's there's a lot of greek designed elements to it's really wellplaced bunkers in some really fun holds with the wind were you know where it went parthrees informs aiming out well outside of the green bringing them in than using slope agreed to bring in around in uh.

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"chad coleman" Discussed on No Laying Up

No Laying Up

01:32 min | 3 years ago

"chad coleman" Discussed on No Laying Up

"From the ladies tease she outdrove since one gets shouldn't inflater ball and it was it was a thriller credible she was so happy i did have to get stenson back on one because i did out dr him again on play for further out by might him got a modern obviously guy in real life and uh i pointed out the where the fitness centre was located to him and he actually he he's he li blush a little bit i think i got a i'm quite get even on him but not i was just what the vibe was like all day until super relaxing and we could couldn't talk about anything and feel really comfortable but uphold this so can't say enough nice things about the american superpower shift of uh of his effort there after that uh lots of up before that actually uh we snuck in again in this what you mentioned dual sneak round in it the king robert the bruce course than yeah course at at at the turnberry resort uh unbelievable again another another example of ssali figuring out how it is mathematically possible the fit at around on a day because i got in the i got in that day and i i went to my hotel rather took a nap because i was like i was pretty tired from jet lag and you you're you called me and woke me up guy hey we can you be ready in five minutes and we would have enough time to go to this course inflating holes and like i guess i mean i'm here as we might as well as like seven o'clock or something and we do have a 530 naga the likes of what was your brushes so we as most perfect night you could draw up your other in shorts in shirtsleeves.

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"chad coleman" Discussed on No Laying Up

No Laying Up

01:56 min | 3 years ago

"chad coleman" Discussed on No Laying Up

"Roshan wish that and without thinking twice you you turn the other way and pointed your finger in actually i think was actually the complete wrong direction but you you started to say so it's like a couple of miles that way and all of a sudden you just stopped dead in your tracks and you close your eyes because you knew you just been use just gone had had any look back instances is cracking up eddie you know rozier is don't you a grid on his face was like he was even viggo to actually fall for i think what he said was is true in around here knows again it's just a couple of miles that way for the wrong direction that realize he was absolutely you got be really good uh but it is really good out about that that those great talking about uh you know just talked about europe and travel in europe and in life in general and everything in um he was so good with all the fancy was great with joe joan kathy immune what are we credible just in i just remember watching he and joe walkup that fairway and how could giovanni pictured that two months ago he's walking down the four how could he have pictured even four hours before that because again they did note house a little worried that joan kathy would like legit freak out unlike have trouble playing golf with with him because uh but they it stinson is just he's odds and he later he made him feel totally at home and joking around with them man that made him feel comfortable and joe bashar grabbed they're just piped is for our eyes he spoke to the guy is he said later and rate get grandparent they already greatly notably grads and great grandparents nonakht not they're great grandparents but they are actually gregor they have children grandchildren and greatgrandchildren is what i mean but uh and uh was again say job answers tball t boeing it's great for steve on every every golf course um.

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"chad coleman" Discussed on No Laying Up

No Laying Up

01:46 min | 3 years ago

"chad coleman" Discussed on No Laying Up

"Our plan are pro and partner was hendrix denson and when we told them that in the cow equipment truck in the look on their face would just light up they had yeah i mean if you if you follow cal at nc grammy see i kinda document in the day on our story and joke joe totally tried to play cool none of you noticed but when we said hitter extent then kathy was very emotional joe was still like like like he was just trying to to really like you now but you could tell their boat incredibly excited and i mean being told that news two hours before you go teeoff with them is something else to set just another thing to add in carl experience we don't do every year i hope i keep going to fight back but a hub playing with henrik eva peron surfers will be got is that scottish opens at dundonald leagues this year with a one pm ti time i was a bit of nerves play interplay the prone before narrowed played in front of people well we walked the course her lead so we made that mistake you know like iran like a big round of golf and you get their super early on i never works out well he that way too many range bowles i had a grind sescha raged just kind of soaking so if you have that experience of hitting balls next to g mac and kind of i mean you're hitting three irons for like twenty minutes at the did hit a lot of clubs puts three yards out there and i mean who is is such a amazing weather day and i was just kind of nervous leading up to that opening de shot in a i can honestly say after the opening tee shot on the goes nervous once residencies icon stopped noticing the crowd even it wasn't a huge crowd but like the eleven pull that our second hold there was a huge crowd around the green of the didn't yeah we didn't have too much of an effect on me but uh up the stadium seating around the second home i gotta tell that story.

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