Mondays at 5:00PM EST
How to Behave is a fun, freewheeling and irreverent conversation about all aspects of our behavior and its effects on the people around us. Topics will range from simple matters of etiquette, like which fork to use at a fancy dinner or when and how to tip, to bigger social issues like how to handle racial conflict in the workplace or how to break up with someone. There will be expert guests like etiquette professionals or psychologists as well as working professionals such as waiters, flight attendants and customer service reps to tell stories of behavior, bad and good. While the topics will be serious, the tone will be light-hearted, cutting edge and, most of all, funny.
Brian Keyser’s experience in food service and hospitality ranges from selling Chipwich ice cream sandwiches from a cart on the beach in San Diego to Owning Casellula Cheese & Wine Cafe in New York City. In between he has worked as a server and manager at some of the best restaurants in New York including Union Square Café, The Modern, Blue Hill at Stone Barns and Chanterelle. Previously, Brian worked in film and video production, managing multi-million dollar projects for companies such as Iwerks Entertainment and Walt Disney Feature Animation. He also co-wrote and directed the comedy "Sin-Agog" for the 2002 New York International Fringe Festival.
How to Behave - Episode 16 - The Stand Your Ground Show
On this week's episode of How to Behave, Brian Keyser and Hannah Howard are talking about Florida's "Stand Your Ground" laws with Jennifer Peterman and Kevin L. Ferguson. Tune into this episode to hear how Florida's legal system allows for those who feel threatened to defend themselves with deadly force. Why was the jury in such a difficult spot pinning George Zimmerman as guilty? Tune in to learn how racial profiling was not considered in the Zimmerman case. On a lighter note, learn about escalator etiquette! This program has been brought to you by White Oak Pastures. Thanks to Jon Lundbom & Big Five Chord for today's music.
"Zimmerman was told not to do something, and he did it. He created this situation based on his own fear." [10:00]
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