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"adrian" Discussed on Broken Record
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"adrian" Discussed on Broken Record
"Wow. Wow. What happened there, guys? That was awesome. That's an original from B and Adrian. And so that was super cool. Hard to believe that was done remote. So you were in Texas and Austin, where were you Angelica? Adrian actually caught me at a really big point of transition. I'd been living in Virginia and I was prepping to move back to le and I was really going through something. And I was listening to a lot of chavela Vargas at the time, so she's like ranchera music, right? So it was kind of the perfect time to actually ask me to write bolero's lyrics because I was very much in that head space of sadness. And when she had a music predominantly like Mexican music, right? It's like Mexican folk music, pretty much I grew up in a family of singers like my mom used to sing as a child at rodeos. Music. And so I had like strong voices from that style in my family. I could definitely hear some of the similarities with volatile music. Like I don't know the letters as much as you let us, but I know that I like ranchera super powerful and it's very like the lyrics are very important. So the styles are similar to the lyric driven emotionally potent music, right? I guess, yeah. And then how did you decide to do an original versus find a cover? I personally really love lyrics. It's one of my favorite ways to express myself. I like the chance to be poetic with them too, and you know, pop music doesn't always allow for that, but this was just kind of like a perfect opportunity to really be as poetic as I wanted to be. As pop music typically what were you working? I guess I do kind of like alternative pop and I mean, I still love my lyrics and stuff. I still try to prioritize them, but it was nice to lean into the genre and the feel and know that I could go there and it would have a solid foundation. I wouldn't have to convince people of it if that makes sense. Yeah, yeah. And there's a little more like you got to make sure people are following you, I guess. Yeah. What are some of the lyrics to this? I was just imagining this person's eyes and it's kind of like in me sora suitable. In my turbulent hours, your voice is the only thing that I hear. And I'm apologizing to everybody in the room because my Spanish is probably the worst in all. Of everybody. Bewitched by the potency that we have both felt. And your shadow is so beautiful that it costs me my free will to know it. I really went there. Shout out to everybody for being moody. This record. We feel you, we feel you. What was it about where you were at that took you there lyrically? I was in love with somebody, you know? And also just like the big transition of moving in such a heavy time in my life and having to say goodbye to so many people and not being able to say goodbye in the way that you wanted to. There was definitely a particular person on my mind, but you know just the heaviness of not being able to say what you want to say in the moment because you can't. Yeah. Well, I gotta say too like, did you end up moving back to LA? Yeah, I did. How did you get to Virginia? I mean, I can't think of two places more dissimilar than LA and Virginia. I moved when I was a teenager with my family, but yeah, Richmond is awesome. There's so much arts and I think I recorded in my apartment for the first draft on the garage band, and Adrian's like that. Let's get you to do it in a studio in LA. This GarageBand mic sucks. But yeah, it was awesome. I don't remember which friend I get to work with. Alberto Lopez who also played in LA, right? You recorded with him. He also played percussion on mint theaters. He was also the percussion on this is incredible. We talked a little bit about your voice too. The voice was incredible on that. Thank you. When did you start singing? As a child, I guess I just, I always had music around me and I loved it and I was taught by my family basically like singing to the radio and stuff until I was in high school and I went to this, it was like a public arts high school in LA and I had an incredible jazz voice teacher named pat bass and I think having that real education, like I definitely had like a rootsy like home education and my mom would always be like, do it again. I don't believe you. Yes. It's not good. I don't believe you. And I think what ranchero was especially great to learn first because it's so emotive and she's like, if I don't believe you, what's the point of you singing? Like, you're supposed to be foolhardy right now. And you don't sound like it. You know, you just sound like whatever. And her mind did your job for you. Yeah, and she's great. Executive producer. Yeah. I know. And so by the jazz T-shirt pap best, she's incredible. And she kind of helped me Vanessa if that makes sense. Just really clean it up and go with breath and everything and Adrian. So how did you find the music for the lyrics to that? That one, you know, so I had this inspiration playlist that I would reference, you know, when I started it. But honestly, at a certain point, into it, I kind of stopped listening to it when I was writing original music. I kind of stopped for a while and was like, I don't want to just recreate songs. First it was really important to dissect the jeannette song and dissect what is a seat of the me and all that to really get the way that the chord progression is moving stuff in my head. But then at some point I stopped and was like, I need to do my own thing with it or I might as well just do it all covered. So I think by that point I honestly wasn't really listening anymore. I was just off and playing stuff that was at some point sort of loosely inspired. So that one really didn't have that real traditional like anything bolero. The only thing it did have and I love what she did with it was, you know, some of those songs are like, have this kind of brooding kind of dark thing. And then they go real happy. It's like theater or something like it's like, everything's real sad, and then everybody's super happy. That was very bipolar song, but in a beautiful way. But then it comes back to just like, we're all happy and we're all in love, but back to like, no, everything's dark and everything sad and sometimes they end on the up know sometimes they don't, but that one, that was the only thing I threw in was like the like, oh, everything's happy and everybody's in love and birds and flutes and but then back to the darkness and she wrote it perfectly and just made it real theatrical. That's about the only thing that had the influence of Ebola on that one. You know, is going to that real major section. It's hard for me to do anything and with major chords. It was just an impression of a bolero. Any plans to take this on the road somehow or to take this further than just the record or I would love to do it if you already know. It would be very hard to take this on the road. There's a lot of people. We only have three out of like ten singers here, but yeah, I think, you know, we're talking about a couple it could be cool to do a couple of exclusive concerts here and there, but I think the logistically might be very hard to do anything. I want to listen to one more track. Instrumental in its college of knowledge, SL nolo, hey, dicho.
"adrian" Discussed on Broken Record
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"adrian" Discussed on Broken Record
"Us. That's amazing. That's a great song here. Yeah. Elay, is the song that you sang? Was it a cover? No. Yes, I wrote the lyrics and Adrian did the whole music. Let's listen to it a bit and then I want to ask about that. What if it's soupy and I don't kiss missing these yo, that's beautiful and funky and like dirty all at the same time. That's crazy. Yeah. This is much more traditional song than I guess you would normally perform, right, Eli? Maybe it's a part of me as well. I think. Did you have the lyrics already when Adrian approached you to collaborate or did you write something specific to work together? Not at all. It was crazy because obviously it was all in the middle of the pandemic and my mind was in another place and then suddenly Adrian asked me like you do you want to do like a cover song or on original song. And I said, let's do it on a regional song. I wanted to take the risk. But it was very fun to work with Adrian because I started analyzing his musical taste at first to see if we were going to be on the same page. He sent me some songs of boleros and I connected immediately because he liked a lot of letters that I also liked because they have their own style like Adrian said before. So you can have a letter that maybe I don't connect with as much and it's some other style. So it was nice to see when he sent me like some cool bolero songs and we started getting into a particular vibe for this song. I like that she was testing you Adrian. I want to see what's going on first. What was your taste like? Yeah, I mean, I needed to, you know, because. I'm hoping I did kind of like yeah and I also like this dark bolero songs as well because there's some wonderful like bright boleros that are amazing but I always go dark like even when I don't want to go dark like darkness like wants me to go there. So I also enjoy you should watch out for that by the way. Yeah, yeah I tried to manage it. But yeah and I also like you know there's some wonderful singers and I love like great fantastic you know spectacular voices but I also enjoy this attitude voices you know it's someone that you might know like dinah Washington oh yeah. She had an amazing voice but at the same time she was like talking to you through her voice. So in bolero, there are some other singers that have that style as well. Like they're telling you something very directly and that's something that I wanted to do with the lyrics you know transmit that attitude like more direct way as telling you something very important. What were you trying to say with that song? When you suddenly feel that in a relationship that you settle with something but then suddenly you realize that you're settling with abuse because sometimes abuse can be small and difficult to perceive, but it's still abuse and sometimes I feel like we get used to abusive patterns in a relationship maybe because we have seen it in our family members or so. But we don't have to repeat things that always have been wrong or we don't have to tolerate anything that we don't want to. So it's that moment when she realizes that and she says this is something that I don't like. Like even if you bring me flowers of you try to decorate it like at the core it's not working and it's hurtful and it's not a good relationship. So she's just saying in the course like she's not too tolerate lies with carino with affection. She doesn't want to tolerate lies with affection. So it's very dramatic. I connected with that era as well with the music. Yeah, yeah. Wow. It almost to me almost sounds like a rizza track. You know, like it's like there's this sinister feel to it. I don't know why, but there's just like a dark Gritty feel. Oh, yeah, like hila said, you know, she wanted it to be a moody and set a tone. Like, you know, especially with some of the subject matter to just feel like vibey and kind of moody and not, you know, we weren't making a particularly bright cheery song. So it was definitely setting that mood, but it also I think hip hop was such a huge influence on me when I was growing up. In my head, I wanted bob. I am listening to a hip hop song. Going back to the beginning of the production journey. Did it start with hip hop production? Yeah, actually. I mean, I started playing guitar when I was a teenager and played Nirvana and soundgarden Pearl Jam and skate punk stuff and whatever. It was really into guitar, but the first music that I started to try to recreate and dissect was hip hop and then also my first actual trying to make my own music was with an NPC 2000. An NPC 2000 just so people know it's like a sampler. Yeah, yeah. A lot of hip hop producers in the 90s use those. And that was my first introduction into programming and sampling and production and whatnot. What were you sampling at the time? When I was doing that at the time, I mean, I had a lot of records and that was kind of the crate digging, like when there was compilations of cool samples and stuff, but when I first got my NPC 2000, I was really into jazz and I was sampling just weird jazz free jazz and avant garde jazz and stuff like that. But just learning how to do that because of the sound of the drums of an NPC 2000. That's how I want drums to sound all the time. As much as I used to listen to Guns N' Roses when I was a little kid. I don't hear the drums like that. I hear the drums like Pete rock. You don't hear the Paradise city drawing? I mean, I could play all those songs on guitar, but you know my drums, I want them to sound like a hip hop drummer, you know. So that production style kind of like has stayed with you over the years. Just about everything I've ever, I can't shake it. It was just too much part of who I am. How's it grown now? Because you're not still using a sampler, right? I've tried to bring three back to life that I have here in the studio NPCs, but it's like having an old car. It's a lot of upkeep and stuff. And it's just way more convenient now to do stuff on the computer and whatnot. But honestly, a lot of these things are just, we do live drums. We have to take a quick break, but we'll be right back with more from Adrian, Angelica, tita, and Eli. Whether you're following your favorite reality stars every move or catching up on the latest celebrity tea, T mobile's 5G network helps keep you in the loop. 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"adrian" Discussed on Broken Record
"Judge a little selfless that he's still yo, that's a beautiful interpretation. So imagine I must have started with you hearing that and getting obsessed with it Adrian, is that true would have started with you hearing it and getting obsessed? I had never heard that song and probably March 2020 like right when I started working on some of this music. My daughter was playing it in the house in like another room on her. How old is she? 16. Oh man, she's got great taste. She has amazing taste. And she was 14 at the time. And she was playing it on her phone and I was in my studio but I had the door open and my studio used to be at my house and it was like the Bugs Bunny cartoons like I just took off running. I was like, what is that? And she goes, Jeanette, and I was like, okay, I went back and like, the next day I laid down a version of it. And I changed the feel of it. When you get inspired to recreate a song like that, I'm sure it's different every time. So maybe we'll say specifically this one, where do you start? Where did you start on this one? That's funny. I actually, in my head, I thought that I would send it to the van krugman. I was like, oh, I want to get them to replay it. What made you go to her to sing it, Adrian? One of the first people I talked about with this project was Gabby Moreno. And Gabby is the sister and as soon as I mentioned this song, she was like, oh, you have to reach out to my sister. She's like, she knows the song. And, you know, getting a cosign from Gabi was enough for me to reach out to tita and it's perfect. Absolutely perfect. It's really funny that when I started making music, everyone kept telling me that my music, my style, my voice was like Jeanette. They could see the resemblance in the style and everything. And of course, she's an inspiration, but I've never thought about it like that. And then I kept listening to Jeanette's music and I really love it. And so it's funny because Gabby told me, oh, you always sing like really soft, you have this voice. Like a delicate voice? Yeah, but it's a contrast because my lyrics are like really dark or about heartbreaks or it's never a happy lyric. You know, it's never happy song. But with my voice, it's like this song from Jeanette, like the lyrics is really sad, but you know, it makes you want to dance. Did you listen to it and try to emulate it? Did you listen to it and try to find your own voice in it? Or did you just pull the lyrics and then just try to sing along to Adrian's track? Like, how did you, you know, I didn't want to listen to it a lot because then I was going to sound exactly like Jeanette and I didn't want that. So I'd rather just keep listening to the version that Adrian sent me, which I love, by the way. And I love that it's a little faster, right? Yeah, it's just a different feel. Just changes the feels. I felt really comfortable singing this because it's like my style. It really came out really natural. Yeah, it's a cool version of it. It's like the tempo might be faster. I'm not sure, but it has like a laid back. Like groove to it that makes it like a little different and yeah, interesting. Yeah. I actually sent the vocal tracks in a few other things to a producer mutual friend with ele from Puerto Rico named patchi meant who's an amazing dub producer and musician and I sent the vocals in a few separate things to him to he's kind of a dub scientist master guy and to dub it out and he sent it back to me and then I snuck it into the track. So it has like light flourishes of dub in there too. Who is Jeanette? She's an inspiration to a lot of modern musicians like a lot of Mexican or Latin American female singers. I don't know, have you heard this song? It's another hit by Jeanette. No, try to play some. If you want..
"adrian" Discussed on Broken Record
"The special guess. Where did you hear that song? I don't even remember why I heard that one to tell you the truth, you know, just listening to a lot of music. I discovered that one just recently just a few years ago. But when I hear a song that I like like that, I'll listen to it ten times a day and then three times at night for like a month straight. So that was just the only song I could listen to for a little while. What stood out to you about it? Oh man so much. I mean, she's an incredible vocalist and just the I love the arrangement and I love that the drummer was nasty on it, the whole song was just, I don't know, I don't know what at the time it just all really spoke to me. I think that the drama in these songs is one of the things that for whatever reason at the time was really appealing. What genre would that be considered if you could pin a genre on it? You know, I don't really know. I mean. A funky, maybe. A funky bolero? Yeah. Well, you know, because the song if you play the song just like on a guitar and a singer that's, you know, but the arrangement is different. What makes a bolero? It's a ballad. I mean, I don't know how else you would break down a bolero like. It tends to be romantic. It can be like a slow and very passionate with the songs and the interpretation, but also very intimate, maybe, and they can be avoledo can be made with a big arrangement or also can be just played with a guitar and very bohemian ish, I don't know exactly the definition, but something like that. So it's like a romantic song, story song. Yeah, I think the lyrical content mostly love romance heartbreak. The diary ish. Kind of like a ballad at its core, you know. But there's a style to the certain chord progressions and things and that you can identify, you know, like in that song. Is there like an era or a certain, like I'm trying to think of like equivalence that would have been like the stack sound or the Motown sound? Is there an equivalent for that? Would it have been through fanya or would there have been a particular time or group that would most identify some of the sounds, I guess, at least that inspired us? Like la lupe, for instance. The genre of bolero, I think, goes from Cuba a long time ago to very much like the vocal groups harmonizing, and then in Mexico, there was its own interpretation of it. And this particular album kind of references the late 60s, early 70s, electric instruments, arrangements, and like hila was saying it very much kind of started on a guitar acoustic instruments and vocals, but I think in the late 60s, early 70s was when people started to play with electric instruments and the drummer would play kind of funky and like there was certain things like that and that's very much the era that this album was inspired by. So it's almost like what British blues acts in the 60s did to more traditional style blues. Like spoonful started as an acoustic, more folky, I guess song or whatever and then cream gets it and makes it like this like insane electric psychedelic version. Is that kind of what happened to the bolero at some point? Something like that except it wasn't the British. It was like Latin America continued to do. You know what I mean? It wasn't like it came to the U.S. and then these groups were from Chile and Mexico and still very much have what's happening in Latin America. But yeah, they basically electrified it. Did you guys grow up with this? Like maybe everyone can sort of speak to that. Like Adrian, you grew up in Texas. Would this have been a sound that you heard growing up? No, no. I probably grew up more with the more traditional Los panos, like things like that from Mexico where it was very much just like a vocal group and like I didn't know that this electric psychedelic type stuff existed. I grew up in Guatemala, but not in my house. Specifically, but maybe I remember at parties or in school maybe at one point is very popular, all the songs are very popular in Latin America. So obviously everyone knows them. So yeah, there are songs that of course I know them. Got it. And Angelica, you're from LA, right? Yeah. I'm Salva max American, so I grew up in and around LA and other parts of the U.S.. A lot of the stuff that my family listened to was based in ranchera music and also cumbia a central, so I heard volatile sometimes, but it wasn't as played in my house. Eli, where did you grow up in? I'm from Puerto Rico, so yeah, I grew up listening to a lot because in Puerto Rico, you hear a lot of salsa and a lot of salsa singers also San bolero, so at the same time you can dance a salsa, but then you can feel avoledo and we still do it like there's some street karaoke in Puerto Rico that some older people go and seeing classical boleros or sometimes like with a guitar, it's very normal there to go to a place and someone is just playing boleros with a guitar. So yeah, I kind of grew up a lot with different types of music, but bolero and salsa was one of the main music. It's interesting. So yeah, so like salsa music's about dancing. Salsa singer then throw in a bolero in a set would be like Michael Jackson just throwing a ballot in a set or something, right? It's just like, we're gonna slow it down. Yeah, and with salsa, they experimented a lot. I mean, salsa has a lot of jazz and a lot of funk. So there are some boleros that have like a funky, but like a slow funky style, especially like with fania singers that in the 70s they explore with all that stuff. Some of them were living in New York, so they explored a lot with music that was going on in New York and with the salsa mix. So it was very interesting. There's a lot of cool songs. So it can be a slow burn. It can be a slow funky number. Yeah. There's another cover song on here that teeth that you sang by Jeanette, right? Can we listen to a bit of the original? Yeah, sure. Cool. Now listen to your version. Damn, it's a good song. We should listen to your version of oma taco de Los ojos three states. Let's just listen a bit of that..
"adrian" Discussed on Broken Record
"Y'all it's Justin Richmond. Today on the show, we're talking to Grammy Award winning musician Adrian quesada. He's best known as one half of the black pumas with singer Eric Burton. But since the pandemic started, he's been working on a solo project called bolero psychedelics, or psychedelic boleros. Inspired by Adrian's longtime love of psychedelic music and Latin American love songs of the 60s and 70s, he started thinking about how he might recreate boleros and Belarus. The album includes singers from all over Latin America as well as Tom Waits guitarist Mark ribo and beastie boy collaborator money Mark. Released in June, Valero psychedelics reached number one on the billboard Latin album chart. On today's episode, Adrian and a few of the singers featured on the album, ele, Angelica Garcia, and tita. Talk about how the new album came together, the collaborative process, and how boleros and Belarus fit into Latin music today. This is broken record. Liner notes for the digital age. I'm Justin richman. Here's my conversation with Adrian quesada and his collaborators, elay, Angelica Garcia, and tita. So Adrian, last time I was talking to you was for the black pum was record. You've been riding like a wave of love and success on that record that was seemingly unexpected I'd imagine and your new project is bolero psychedelics and it's a so low ish project, a project that you did yourself featuring a bunch of different singers. How did this come together? So this was very much a pandemic record, you know, and always wanted to do something like this because I've just really been obsessed with this kind of music for a long time, but when the pandemic started, I was supposed to be on tour with black pumas all of 2020. Like everybody else, you know, like my ear just cleared out and all of a sudden, like I was home, I had nothing to do, you know, some people were like baking bread and stuff, getting hobbies during the pandemic, but I just started making music. I felt like that was what was keeping me from getting depressed. I just finally had time to do this. I just started cranking out a ton of music a ton of instrumentals and then just started reaching out to amazing collaborators like dita Angela Garcia, ele. And they kind of brought it all to life. When in the process of tinkering and sort of just trying to distract yourself, did the idea for this record come? I had a playlist that I put together of a lot of songs in this kind of style and then it helps me finish things if I have a concept, otherwise I'll make a hundred songs and never finish them, you know? So that helped me very much just kind of make it cohesive. What were some of those songs on your playlist? We should play one. Yeah, one of the anchors was a song by la lupe called what is the city of me? And that song I had just been listening to a lot, thought their songs like that that you can't, I'm not gonna top that song, you know? So we might as well just cover it and get it out of my system. But it was a good exercise for me to like do that and recreate it. Sometimes that's just a good exercise to do something like that and I actually one of the first people I called was Gabi Moreno who sang that does who's sitting next to me sister and Gabi was all about it and that.
Bassitt goes 8 innings, Mets blank slumping Brewers 4-0
"The med school three first inning runs in Chris Bassett through 8 scoreless frames as the mets knocked off Milwaukee Ford and nothing Bassett allowed three hits struck out 7 he picked up his 5th win his first since May 8th Pete Alonso continued his hot hitting he had two hits and drove into to increase his RBI total to 59 Jeff McNeil added an RBI Milwaukee started Adrian Hauser now three and 70 lasted just four and two thirds brewers grounded into three double plays and was shut out for the 8th time this season Mike mancuso New
Nola sharp, Phils hit 4 HRs, rout Brewers for 6th win in row
"The women continues under interim manager rob Thompson the Phillies got a strong start out of Aaron nola and plenty of offense in a ten zero route of the brewers The Phillies are 5 of those since Thompson took over for the fire Joe Girardi second baseman Bryce Dodd had four hits of the two run home run says the mindset has changed since the managerial switch I think we were kind of not mad all the time but it was a little different but I mean it's been tons of fun and everyone's having fun and everyone smiling Nola was superb he went 8 innings on four hits the Phillies supported him with the long ball Reese Hoskins or Dubois aurea and Bryce Harper hit home runs three of the homers came off brewer's starter Adrian Hauser The brewers have dropped 5 in a row Check Friedman
Gorman homers, drives in 4, as Cardinals rout Brewers 8-3
"The Cardinals ride a pair of first at another big day from Paul go Schmidt to an 8 to three win over the brewers Nolan Gorman hits his first major league home run and drives in for while Matthew liberator records his first major league victory after pitching 5 shutout innings the lefty pitcher says the day was made more special sharing it with childhood friend Gorman I think that's a very fitting way for it to have gone down today and something that I look forward to seeing a lot more of You know he's going to go out there and produce even on the days that I'm not pitching but if he can do it on the days that I am on the mound and makes it all that much better Coach Mitt goes three for four with a three run home run and four RBIs to extend his hitting streak to 19 games kesten Hera and Victor Cara TD go deep for Milwaukee Adrian Hauser takes the loss he's now three and 5 Mike Reeves St. Louis
Heat rout Sixers, Suns beat Mavs, Detmers' no-hitter
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Russia Ukraine War Ballet Dancers-Ballet Intro and
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Gaudreau scores twice, Flames get key 3-2 victory over Kings
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"adrian" Discussed on Past Gas
"It. Have you heard the name Adrian newey? Even if you don't know the man, you know his accomplishments. His role in Formula One was out of the spotlight, but he's as big a star as they come. Consider to be one of the best engineers designers and technical directors in history. Adrian newey cars and the copycats he inspired, dominated racing for over two decades, winning a stunning number of Grand Prix and championship titles in the process. 6 drivers have won the driver's championship behind the wheel of his cars. How did Nui's designs get them there? How did his designs revolutionize F one as a whole? Today on past gas, he's the Calvin Klein of the racing line, the Chanel of the chicanes, the Versace of room. When it comes to F one designers, there's no other name. Besides Adrian Nui. Pastas podcast is the course it's not about ports. Adrian newey. His name was Adrian newey. In life, we have no name, but in death, his name was Adrian newey. Versace of Rome. The Chanel of Chicago. The margiela of mugello. Oh, nice, dude. Oh, that's the only other highfalutin designer I know. The fendi of Formula One. Oh, nice. I can't think of anything right now. The Michael cores of the Corsa. Oh. Michael Corsa. The good fellow. Good wood. Good job. That's all I wear. Sorry. The root 66. Oh, rouge. The Sonoma of Sonoma. Welcome to pass gas, everybody. This is a fashion show now. We're just going to talk about brands and how much we love brands. America's number 57th streetwear podcast, number two automotive podcast. Number 7 in leisure. That's right. There's no leisure here. We're trying our hardest. I swear to God. No, this is strictly business. My name is Nolan Sykes. I'm joined as always by my other co host. We got James pumphrey. Oh, that's good three point shot. And Joe Webber. What's up? Big nation. It's been a while. It has. It has. How's everybody doing this week? I'm feeling pretty good. I'm good. I'm feeling pretty good. I'm shooting my pilot today. You're shooting a pilot in the head today? No, don't even start that rumor, dude. I love pilot. Joe is currently on a private flight. And he's shooting my pilot today. It's a biplane, like one of those ones where they just sit front to back and the guys like. Showed shooting a pilot for a new donut show, we're very excited. Hopefully he doesn't. Get up. I brought back the wink wink nation thing because there is a wink wink reference that came organically. I did not force it. I'm already developing my IP for shirts. Hell yeah, dude. Just on record, I love pilots. I would never shoot pilots. I trust them with my life. Very overworked profession. Absolutely. All right, so let's get into the script. Let's talk about Adrian newey. Let's talk about Formula One. Let's talk about Adrian newey. Let's talk about Formula One. Let's do it. It needs to be discussed. Born in Stratford upon Avon, England, in 1958, Adrian newey had an immediate attraction to automobiles and not in a sexual way. Well, we don't know that. It is best song autobiography how to build a car knew he says, quote, by the age of 6, I decided my future lay in motor sport. I was 12 when I knew I wanted to design race cars. Adrian's dad, Richard, was a successful veterinarian who also had a passion for tinkering. I love the idea of an unsuccessful veterinarian. So his dad was a successful veterinarian who also had a passion for tinkering. He and young Adrian can be found in the family's garage, where the boy spent countless hours assembling small models. It was during this time that Nui became enamored with individual car parts and their role in the greater machine. Like many creative kids, he quickly got bored with what already existed and thus began creating in designing his own hypothetical vehicles. Like most kids who are fascinated by auto racing, Adrian initially wanted to be a driver. At the age of 14, he bought a go kart to compete at his local track, but soon realized that not only was his car too slow, he just didn't have the natural instincts of a great driver. While his mind could race a mile a minute, that didn't really translate in the physical skill. Despite the disappointment, this setback led Adrian back to the thing that truly fascinated him about the automotive experience. How to make a car go faster. Nui doubled down on his engineering knowledge. He researched and sketched incessantly, and even took a welding course despite it being offered three hours away from home. When you're a teenager, nothing is better than discovering something you're passionate about and applying yourself to it. But like many teens, real life obligations got in the way of Adrian's dream. I don't think I discovered what I was passionate about until I was like 24. When you started working at donut, yeah. You kind of set the groundwork though, like you worked on cars. You went to broadcast school? Yeah, you did theater? Yeah. You were orbiting around it. To be fair, what we do is kind of made up. That's true. That is true. But I remember reading as a teen just being like, I don't know what I want to do. It's hard, man. In high school, I wasn't a very competitive guy at all. I feel like now I'm very competitive. You are very competitive. Yeah. Very. Scares me sometimes. Maybe not that competitive. Don't gaslight me. I'm scared. Sometimes. Good. I don't know. So that's cool that he found his spark that early on. Anyway, let's continue. Like many brilliant ambitious personalities, newy found himself restless and bored with academia. I think all of us can relate. All of us were really bad at school. Yeah. Now I make more than a doctor. Like PhD, not MD. He attended the very traditional all boys school repton public. Oh, that's cool. Where he was a constant prankster and smart ass. Until his hijinks were breaking point at the age of 16. Repton public home with a raptors go rep and raptors. I can't think of a British school having a dinosaur as a mascot. During a rock concert set in a revered 19th century repton building, a boozed up Adrian snuck into the sound boost and pushed the volume to the max. Within seconds, the entire building reverberated with prog rock. Hell yeah, dude. The headmaster presumably intervened in the concert was swiftly shut down. The headmaster of the concert, the headmaster of repton of ripped in public. Okay. Are we like Jeremy.
American gunmakers help Ukrainians fight back against Putin
"American gun makers are helping Ukrainians fight back against Russia's Vladimir Putin Adrian Kellgren family owned gun company in Florida Caltech was left holding a two hundred thousand dollar shipment of semi automatic rifles after a long time customer in Ukraine suddenly went silent after the Russian invasion he decided to send those four hundred guns to the resistance American people want to do something we we enjoy our freedoms we we cherish those things and what we see a group of people out there getting hammered like this it's it's it's a heartbreaking Calgary managed to cut through the red tape and secure a federal arms export licence in just four days Caltech hopes to arrange more shipments in the future if people think this is too overwhelming too much turning it off you know that's one therapy you can do the other one is is action Kellgren says Ukrainians are holding off a super power and the X. factor isn't necessarily what equipment you're holding it comes down to the will to fight I'm at Donahue
Mike Graham Describes How the Journalism Industry Has Devolved
"Mike, you have this almost unique experience. Because you're not just a media professional from one country. You've done it here in America. You've been massively successful being this. You know, one man why a service for the globe before you came back to the UK and then started you also talk radio program. Let's drill down here a bit on what's happened. Because as a kid growing up in West London, you know, I'd love a news junkie. I was listening to LBC radio as a kid, you know, Adrian love at midnight as an 8 year old and my little transistor I'd buy the you know I'd pick up the Evening Standard coming home from school on the tube on the subway. That media doesn't exist anymore. Back then, you know, if you said the word journalist, it wasn't necessarily pejorative, and it was actually a trade. I mean, you knew stuff, you worked your ass off, the unions were problem, but you had a skill set and you were challenging the establishment. Yes, the BBC was always lefty. I get it. But it was a skill set. It wasn't just, here's a typewriter right stuff. Today, a snotty nose 21 year old is given a Gmail account and a search engine and they're allegedly a journalist. Will you walk us through you as a first hand witness? What has happened to your industry mic? Well, you're absolutely right. I mean, the BBC was always slightly left leading, but it was never so obviously biased, as it is now. You know, when I grew up watching people like Richard baker reading the news, you know, these were people like sort of Walter Cronkite, you know, they were respected and you could believe everything that they said. And that now has kind of changed. Now we have a guy called Hugh Edwards who makes 750,000 pounds a year. Now, I know that his dwarfed by some of the salaries over there. But he took a 250,000 pound pay cut and thought we should be grateful that he'd done it because he was apparently saving us all some money. That's paid for by the taxpayer. That's our money. Right, because if you don't buy a BBC television license, you can actually go to prison. It's the only tax which immediately sends you to jail if you don't
Dan Bongino Takes Bo Jackson and Joe Montana Any Day
"To before the whole kneeling fiasco I was a huge NFL fan I like the Raiders and I'd watch the ravens when I was in when I lived in Maryland But if you asked me say you're putting together a team today right And you have these you're omnipotent You have these powers You can pull of the best running back on the best day of his life to put together a team and you can get that guy a new team right now in that condition right So I'm just talking about you're putting together a team of football team and you're given the opportunity to pick a running back from any point in time at his best point in time ever Who do you pick Do you pick Barry Barry Sanders You pick Eric Dickerson Adrian Peterson And my answer is no It's not I pick Bo Jackson Bo Jackson Monday Night Football Seattle Seahawks I've never seen anything like it in my life Never Never seen a guy Why are we bringing this up You're probably asking 'cause Jim yes miss birthday today Or tomorrow How old is he 59 Our bed Bo Jackson could probably still run in the NFL today even with his hip even when he said Peter he was not amazing I have never seen anything like it in my life Now I get it I get mocked a lot for these opinions I said I take Joe Montana over Tom Brady Oh you're crazy but no in 1986 Joe Montana I'll take him any day He's my quarterback Bo Jackson's my running back I'm just saying I'm just throwing that
Update on the latest sports
"AP sports I'm guessing Coolbaugh Georgia continues to top the latest CFP rankings but there's a new number two and number four Ohio state has moved ahead of Alabama for second with Cincinnati holding the other semi final slot in Michigan sitting just outside the picture in fifth the Bulldogs and bear cats are the only unbeaten teams in the rankings here Cincinnati coach Luke Fickell it is what it is I think we've kind of said that from the get go and it doesn't really matter until the very end of the season in other college football news Penn state coach James Franklin has agreed to a new ten year contract that will guarantee him at least seventy five million through two thousand thirty one in NFL news the Titans cut former all pro running back Adrian Peterson after just three games the giants have fired offense of coordinator Jason Garrett also in New York a person with direct knowledge of the situation says number two overall pick Zach Wilson will return as the jets starting quarterback Sunday against the Texans in college basketball number one Gonzaga handled number two UCLA AP correspondent Dave Ferrie reports Andrew name hard scored twenty four points in top ranking zagra improved to six and by whipping number two UCLA eighty three sixty three to capture the empire classic hi Amy how Cass tried to keep the Bruins it finishing with nineteen points before UCLA fell to five in one it was the first meeting between the two teams since their epic battle in the final four last spring in NBA news warriors star Klay Thompson practiced at full speed on Tuesday on the court the Knicks were able to regroup after squandering a twenty five point lead against the short handed Lakers a manual quickly nailed four three pointers in the final period to bail out the Nixon A. one oh six one hundred victory we need a room ready to you know make that second push so we just you know want to withstand an act in the NHL the lightning have eleven points in their last twelve games after blanking the flyers for nothing Zach Bogosian scored for the first time in sixty three games and Corey Perry snapped a thirty seven game goal drought guessing Coolbaugh AP sports
Phillips pick-six propels Patriots past Chargers 27-24
"The New England Patriots won on the road in Los Angeles beating the Chargers twenty seven to twenty four head coach bill Belichick said his team did just enough to come out with the W. we did some good things we give a friendly place like I said we gotta coach better and play better more consistently but not with enough things to win so that's good Adrian Phillips had two interceptions including a twenty six yard pick six early in the fourth quarter that put the patriots into the lead parts rookie Mack Jones threw for two hundred eighteen yards without turning it over LA's Justin Herbert threw two touchdowns and two interceptions mark Myers Inglewood California
Andrea Mitchell Falsifies 2000 GOP Convention Memory About Colin Powell
"MRC news busters Kyle dren and Andrew Mitchell falsely claims the Republican Party booed palate to 2000 convention As news broke Monday morning of the passing of former Secretary of State and joint chiefs chairman Colin Powell and NBC's Today Show Adrian Mitchell jumped at the chance to exploit his death to bash Republicans But in her ghoulish rush to do so she got her facts wrong when she falsely claimed he was booed at the 2000 GOP national convention She said I was on the floor of the convention in 2000 and fled off and when Republicans booed him She even went so far as to argue that moment began the late general shift of the Democrat party years later She said but he just stood out from his Republican Party even back in 2000 at the convention for speaking up for black rights and eventually did endorse Barack Obama as you know Later on 12 p.m. MSNBC show Mitchell recalled what supposedly upset the GOP crowd She said I remember being on the floor of the convention the GOP convention in Philadelphia in 2000 He was booed from the floor because he spoke about affirmative action She declared again and that was the beginning of a public break you know internally for him with the Republican Party Mitchell then finally remembered quote and so the endorsement will meet the press with Tom broke on 2008 a Barack Obama the black candidate was such a momentous occasion in politics By the way I was at that convention And I don't remember any booing and I was right Despite Mitchell's unchallenged assertions about how being derided by Republicans in 2000 An examination of C-SPAN's coverage of the GOP convention that year does not show him being booed at all In fact during the passage of his speech dealing with affirmative action which Mitchell specifically cited only cheers and applause were heard The footage shown on screen displayed people on the convention floor celebrated pal speech Perhaps Mitchell heard a small smattering of booze from her spot in the convention hall while covering the event
Joc Pederson crushes a three-run homer in the fifth
"Jack Peterson ripped a three run pinch hit home run in the fifth inning as the Atlanta Braves defeated the Milwaukee Brewers three nothing and took a two games to one lead in their National League division series Pederson's blast robin Travis d'arnaud and Dansby Swanson who are on with singles Braves starter Ian Anderson went five giving up just three hits and striking out six Freddy Peralta the brewers starter went for also giving up three hits Adrian Houser who relieved in the fifth surrendered all three Braves runs Gary McCallum's Atlanta
Cards' 17-game winning streak ends with 4-0 loss to Brewers
"One night after clinching a playoff berth the card will see their franchise record seventeen game winning streak come to an end at the hands of the brewers you win for that thing at bush stadium the losses the Redbirds person September tenth Adrian Houser tosses five innings to pick up the win miles Michaelis takes the loss there's a a dozen cliches that I could use to describe the way that our our winning streak wet but I think the best way to describe it is you know team work and having everyone pushing towards a common goal are are for the most part will always went out and I think that's what we did well did you both go back it's a two run home run in many P. as a solo blast for the you know central division champion brewers Mike Reeves St Louis
Brewers Rally to Top Cubs 8-5, Move Closer to Division Title
"Kolten Wong hit a tie breaking single with two outs in the eighth inning to spark the brewers eight five decision over the cubs I was in a triangle there due to much even though it looked like it sometimes in those things but you know I was trying to really just hone in on that strike zone right down the middle and and not get off of that you know these guys before me had a really good at bats and I wanted to continue that trend the walkie scored four runs off reliever Rowan wick in the eighth to come from behind to beat the cubs for the tenth straight time Luiz arena strove in three runs and long was three for five with two RBIs helping the brewers cut their magic number to for for winning the NL central Frank Swindell hit a solo shot for the cubs the first Homer brewers starter Adrian Houser had allowed since June twenty sixth I'm Dave Ferrie
Pastor Johnny Hunt on the New Film 'Nothing but the Truth'
"Exciting a new film. It's called nothing but the truth. And i have my guest pastor. Johnny hunt pastor. Johnny hunt welcomed the program. Thank you delight. Be with you. Tell me what is this film. Nothing but the truth. It's sort of a documentary. On the life of adrian rogers and many speaking into lots of the noble truth that he spoke in his years before the lord called him home sixteen years ago and reminding us that america not just now but is always been just one generation away from paganism take one generation that no longer stands for the moral absolute truth of god's word and we find america and america's churches in a serious dilemma. He predicted it so many years ago that it would be the greatest challenge and today a more people are speaking of my truth as opposed to his truth. And it's a difficult place when it comes to how many americans still believe in absolute truth.
"adrian" Discussed on Hurdle
"And i couldn't be more cared for in space so it's just good to be somewhere where your loved and appreciated right now. If someone was to go to your social media feeds they would see someone with increasingly increasingly increasingly everyday thousands of new followers one hundred and fifty thousand people looking at this great huge smiling guy that loves to help other people when you look in the mirror. What is it that you see looking back at you I see a better version of what my grandma was trying to help me understand towns of was person and i i see someone who's in the in a short time in i would say in the past two and a half years become the best version of himself. Just because policy for hawaiians human and i know person And i know. I'd like to get to the world's so i see someone who's not only wanting to to love everyone who's in my space but wanting to bring people who don't feel that way into my space so they do I see someone who just wants to help. And be a part of someone's positive journey. And i think when i teach now i've always said like if i can give you one thing that you could take with you and carry with you for the rest of your life on up become your trainer for life but there's one value that you walk away from me for me. I've done my job and that's the most important thing at times. In this conversation you have recalled like little tidbits a piece of advice that other individuals have given you just articulated. How great it is if someone could walk away with one piece from you and i think that that is such an awesome opportunity in such a beautiful takeaway from your journey is knowing that at any given moment we as individuals have the opportunity to help someone and anything that we say at any moment could inspire another human and it doesn't matter if you have hundreds of thousands of followers or five followers or if it's the whole foods grocery cleric or if it's your local barista like any human interaction is an opportunity to positively influence another person. And how beautiful is that opportunity. And i think as humans to take advantage of that It's it's so easy to get caught up in youth. You think or thinking things are insignificant right saying still simple and it's like the things you taunted. The child saying good morning to someone asking someone if they need help folding door for someone smiling at someone. It's it's so simple. How like the smallest things can change. Someone's someone's day Forget at one of my co workers. I was teaching on sunday and she was having a difficult day. So i went and got her macho and she started crying and i was like like katie. Okay she's like yes she's just like. No one ever does things in house like the the simplicity. Excellent macho and not being something that means so much to them is small so just thinking about that on a large-scale what you could do for symbol at south special okay. The final question. My friend right now. You have an opportunity to offer that adrian in the days and weeks after losing his grandmother during that hurdle moment one piece of advice looking back on it. Now what do you tell him to make. Sure you do what's What's really important to you. And that means having to make adjustments in your work life so that you can For me spend spend time with people that you love and care about. Were you know. Nurture the relationships that are important for you. I think it's important. I think it would have been important to know that like. Maybe i didn't have to always be working so much. Maybe i didn't have to say yes to everything. Maybe it was okay to say. Notice certain things and not do Not not do everything just to do everything i think. I always felt bad saying saying no to extra work. Because i was like. Oh they'll think. I'm not a hard worker or like maybe get an opportunity because i'm saying no for something else. What's really important right like i. I were part. That's that's that's always been me. That's who. I am as a person. But i think saying no like agent. It's okay to say noted things that's that's probably the biggest of advice you don't have to say yes to everything And if you miss out on an opportunity just because i'm so hard working eventually it will. It will come in. The i think being pelton has really made me understand that. I was like okay. I've i've worked hard and got into this place. Because i do think i'm a valuable member in terms of having a person who's your co worker or as a friend or as a son i'm i i've add value to the workspace. So just say no adrian. Just say and guns. Just say no do you. I'm so grateful for your perspective. And thank you again for your vulnerability in for opening up about your family story again. I know there are so many people listening to this. You have been through similar hurdle moments and. It's a really special chance that we have to to communicate about them and share our experiences about them so that we can feel less alone in our journeys wherever they may take us adrian. How to the hurlers. Follow along with you. How do they keep up with you at. Give me all the details. You could find me on instagram. At adrienne williams and wise c. You can also follow me on the peleton app download it. You don't need any sort of hard work to do amazing but Come take any of my shank classes. We can run outdoors. We can run on the treadmill food camps. There's there's a ton of ways you can spend time with me and less connect That's that's what we're here to do was just connect if someone is brand new to you and you have the opportunity to tell them one class to run to a sap. Do you have like one or two faves to call out hundred percent We have a program that we did For runners who are just starting on their journey so it like brings you from the person who's never run in their lives into getting you into run for thirty minutes We also have in terms of shrank. We have shine for runners We have beginners classes in in terms of shrimp. There's there's so many ways to train with me. Don't think because you haven't ever run or picked up away before or done a push up that we can't trend together the journey once you start the journey. It's something that you signed on as a lifestyle right so it will continue and it'll evolve in it'll change. all you have to do is start I'm a huge fan of forgiveness and not being able to do everything. But trying think is the most important thing that take way i'm over abilene body and at hurdle podcast another hurdle concord catchpole..
"adrian" Discussed on Hurdle
"Ceo's about their highest highs toughest moments and everything in between we all go through hurdles in life and my goal through these discussions. Empower you to better navigate yours and move with intention so you can stride toward your own big potential and of course have some fun along the way. I cannot believe that we are here in season. Seven of the show. If you are a new hurdler and that the nickname that i've given my listeners. I am so happy to have you here. This show has been a labor of love for me since it began the very beginning of two thousand eighteen. And i have here to continue on this journey. Med bring you some really solid content. Now as i said in the intro you can continue to expect some really awesome stuff from me at chatting with experts about all aspects of health whether that's men's ole visible feminine gut financial. You get the picture. I also having now is a really great time for me to reiterate my credentials to us. You know where i'm coming from. I am an east certified trainer a u. e. s. c. a. Certified run coach. i also have a level. One precision nutrition certification the fitness editor at self magazine before going out on my own as a freelancer and launching this show and currently still right for a number of titles ranging from g. q. Two runners world. I am also an avid runner. I'm training now for marathons number ten and eleven and fun fact. I was not always this way. So if you want to hear more about my back story how. I got active. How i made some major changes in my life. Click on over to episode one of the show. I will link in the show notes but another about me. You are here because while hopefully because you love hurdle but also because adrian williams is here to kick off a new season with mean. Adrian is a peleton instructor. Beloved by many. I cannot even begin to tell you about the dozens of got when i shared that he was going to be on the shell. Today we find out all about his backstory born and raised in the bronx. Adrian tells me about the two distinct hurdle moments that shaped ten into the man. He is the daddy. We wrap a ton about the importance of family at movement and therapy all of which are critical tools. His toolbox that he can regularly show up for politics community of millions of members. Of course no better way to celebrate a new season van with a giveaway or a series of voice. Actually i am offering up some really awesome things from some hurdles sponsors from attract smith. A gift card to an inside tracker test gooder sunglasses and so much more. There are two ways. Enter your chance to win. The first way is over on instagram head on over to the hurdle instagram page. That's sober at pearl podcast sunday night. September twelfth of. You're listening to this. In real time. I will have shared opposed on sunday evening. You will need to re share in your stories with your answer. You understand when you head on over to the post why this is all relevant in that post there will also be all of the details of who else you need to be following four that reshare to count the second way to enter to win is to head on over to the apple. Podcasts store and rate and review the shell always important your ratings your views. They mean the world to me. If you enter in this way and i hope that you do make sure you d me a screen. Grab of your review. I will be reviewing the winners of knees giveaway in the weekly hurdle newsletter this friday morning meaning that the giveaways will close at key eastern thursday night. So if you aren't subscribed and signed up to that just yet make sure you do so by clicking on over to the show notes and the best part is the newsletter is free now some more housekeeping to take care of. I'm also excited today to announce two more big things. Firstly you can now text a special hurdle number to stay in the loop on all things on the show get regular motivation. Inspiration and special deals from the show's sponsors note. This is not two way communication. This is just for me to send things to you so to get on this text wealth gun. Wd l. c. o. Two seven three two heard learn. That's seven three two four eight seven three five three seven again texts. Welcome to the number. Seven three two heard ler. I'm so excited to be on sms with you. And lastly i feel like this one needs a drum roll. The thing that i've been working tirelessly on the hurdle membership that is right as of today. The hurdle membership is. Open your question. Naturally what's included in the members of emily. I am so glad that you asked. We are going to be working off a twelve month valley us calendar with every month having a different theme so members will get access to exclusive content. Weekly journaling. proms that. Go with the theme regular workshops with top experts members only alive. Hang as well as i acts to new merch. Hurdle sessions and in person live events a lot of stuff here for more details on the membership. Click on over to the show notes or head on over to hurdle dot us slash membership to sign up. You have any specific questions. You can always feel free to shoot us an email over at hello at hurdle dot. Us and on the members page there is also a frequently asked questions section. That can definitely help you out. I am so amped for this membership. It isn't something that has been in the works for some time. And i'm not one to give spoiler alert but the i live conversation in october for members. Only we'll be with adrian. That's right we're going to be having an intimate discussion on october's beam which is community. We're gonna talk about how it's impacted us. What community has looked like within our lives as we come up each and also of course opened up the floor to answer questions. Who big xl. I told you big premiere. Lots of stuff giveaways texting the membership. Adrian what else do you thank you so much for giving me your ear for joining in. I am just a leded to move into this next chapter of the show now admittedly. I do have a few more tricks up my sleeve. But you're gonna have to stay tuned for those. You know how we do with that. Let's get to hurtling.
"adrian" Discussed on Fun Time Horror Show
"With the rest of the house. These balls are never clean. Usually had bugs likely maggots crawling around the inside of the bowl. Glavin liked to strap cutting more to the front back of his body. Making it impossible for adrian to sit or lay down forcing him to stand for hours. Even winning austin twelve in report. Adrian was sitting at a dinner table tied down to a chair. Food was in place in front of him. He couldn't eat due to being tied down to the chair to prevent from simply leaning forward to bar. Soap is jammed into his mouth. Thirteen reports say that adrian had been teased heather on multiple occasions based on video footage. These electric assaults adrian last up to twenty seconds long magin. How long twenty seconds would feel like being shocked that now fourteen adrian due to his torture specifically the restraints around his legs and feet developed a natural bins in his ankles causing them to become deformed over time back to the police. Report for a moment march third. Twenty-six lancaster met with who i believe to be gender hoover's take what she had uncovered found several conversations between heather and michael regarding adrian including pictures of adrian completely nude standing in a shower room..
"adrian" Discussed on Fun Time Horror Show
"Like an institution and the freedom of a home. He has no contact with other kids. None at all one of the last post she made in the police report came on december. Twenty eighth when she said that quote she may have to feed pigs body. I believe that heather realize investigators had gained access to for online exploits and at this point other began to panic about the photos that she had stored on. These personal counts at some point. She contacted her friend in landlord about possibly getting online in downloading the pictures and videos that she had in order to ensure their safety. I heard this now. Understanding what was uncovered thoughts myself. That heather was some kind of idiot and caused the ceiling for own fate by doing this then again. Now as i'm doing even more research. I wonder if she had hoped that the photos and videos would be deleted by her friend wants found. That's not what at all jin who versus the name of that friend and landlord and upon receiving heather's user names and accounts she immediately logging and did his best which was downloading all the images from facebook accounts and icon account. But jin helping. Heather as a friend soon turned into something very dark and sinister hundreds if not thousands of photos videos depicting years of abuse surfaced. Jen immediately called a close family member. The grandmother adrian judy conway and asked her to come. And see i self what she had uncovered up to this point. Judy seen any of the kids in several months and upon arriving was in shock you lay out in front of her. Let's go back in time. Now discuss what we find out actually happen to adrian adrian. According to the online records found from heather long with photos and video footage thanks to michael's intricate mise system of video cameras told us a grim story about the months. Impossibly years leading up to adrian's untimely death one adrian tennant to be left alone. Stand-up shower within a household as a makeshift bedroom. You'd be left there for hours at a time and space not even large enough to lay down to inside the shower. There would sometimes be a chair placed inside with leather straps where he'd be restrained and again left for hours. Three adrian would sometimes be strapped to an inversion table and left.
Haiti's Troubled History May Slow Aid to Earthquake Victims
"Cova churning through haiti amid everything else the past and recent traumas reverberating throughout the haitian community right here in massachusetts joining us a line. Talk about this girly adrian. She's the first haitian american female city council at large for the city of everett. Counselor adrian. welcome back. And sorry under these circumstances in warren and jam cam marjorie. Thinking morning counselor. Thanks again thanks again for joining us so before we talk a little bit about the huge community. In in everett and elsewhere massachusetts comes juno anymore last week. Read about twelve hundred. People had been killed close to six thousand hurt. Thirteen thousand homes lost to know any more about what's happened there. What may be happening with your friends and family there. Yes so as you guys know. This has been personal. My family members are there you know. One of my family members call yesterday. Said they were sleeping on the floor on top of rocks. Because you know. The whole god dismantled apart and three people sadly died The good thing is you know my family members Some of them didn't make it safely. So they're okay but we're wearing contact every single day when my mom or my family members are calling from haiti through. What's on literally like stuck on my phone just waiting for those phone calls you. One of the things that i heard last night was that because their infrastructure issues and parts of haiti particularly with this location being roughly eighty miles from puerto prints that they're real problems in terms of search and rescue and that sort of thing. Is that your understanding. Also counselor so is small countryside town called okay. that's where my family is from. And it's you know just to get there right because it's not the capitol hill just to have access to bring supplies or medical hospitals are overfilled and there's just so much damage right I'm just trying to call people
Chapman 2 HRs and Defensive Gem for a's in 8-3 Win at Texas
"Oakland hit a season high five home runs is the ace to feed the Texas Rangers eight to three spoiling the induction of Adrian Beltre in Rangers PA announcer Chuck Morgan into the Texas Rangers hall of fame the A. snapped a three all tie in the seventh with four runs off loser Jordan Lyles and reliever Brett Martin highlighted by back to back solo shots by Mitch Moreland and Matt Chapman with two home runs in the game also had a defensive gem Matt Olson also homered for Oakland his thirty of the season the Dandolo drove in two runs to lead the Rangers attack Bob Stevens Arlington Texas
"adrian" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"Adrian Gibson is the clinical director at a new leaf. She helps lead the prism group that's offered at both their Misa in Glendale clinics, which is an outreach group just for the LGBTQ plus population where a lot of times groups can be psycho educational, and they could be Therapeutic they can be support. The group is focused on later elementary and early adolescence as they navigate challenges we all face. They're trying to figure out who they are, what they're about what they want to be known for who they're going to be when they grow up, in addition to concerns specific to growing up in the LGBTQ community, it can be a very traumatic process for any teenager to be going through this, but I think throwing in the sexual orientation and gender identity. I think one of the things that they struggle the most with is the Trauma that can be created, Gibson says. The best thing for LGBTQ youth is to offer support and work to prevent bullying a lot of the formation that takes place. It's much more successful when a teenager is struggling through that, and they find themselves in a community that's very welcoming, very accepting. That's why they've also started school based services to try and create a more supportive environment where kids often need it Most. We have a contract now with one of the largest school districts in the state of Arizona, Mesa. Public schools. They also have counselors in West Valley schools. Gibson calls it a barrier breaker to help youth get easier access to counselling services. Ali Ventnor K to our news. 6 26 years detoured.
"adrian" Discussed on Virtually Amazing
"Is more informational. It used to be tips. It's now more information on my tips and now on the blog. So if you want my microsoft office tips every tuesday there on the blog but the news has useless information and any offers. The i might be making on my courses. We'll go in the newsletter Or it might link to other people's offers or other interesting things so it's possible marketing and it something that i know we talked recently and you said you have a list but that's fine. Not you're not selling products like i'm selling products. So it's a different need. And i think the point adrian said about you know just because somebody tells us to do something doesn't mean you should agree on it definitely valid so i think my takeaway was was reinforcing. That and i'm going to go and take health check. I think and see how healthy my engagement is all. I think it's reasonably healthy Do people replying to my emails every so often i. I had one a couple of weeks ago. About the books i've written on one of my subscribers replied and thanked me for letting him know about all the book side written and he's writing a book Which was nice to know. And he also he's one of my Students signing on the teams course and he said oh. And i never managed to finish the course. Sarah said you do. You've got lifetime access. You didn't have to finish it in five minutes. So hopefully he can go back in and carry on when he's got some time is what do you learn some of this stuff around the milky elements you know as i said recently. I don't have a list. But i help people with allison management and stuff like that so some of the geeky stuff really was interesting also the question about the layout of email. Yeah interesting to think not putting the logo not putting the image at the top very interesting. Well i had heard that before. And i do know that that's the case and i recently changed what my newsletter looks like it and if you'd noticed so we used to have nice green background my the green from my branding and the logo at the top.
"adrian" Discussed on Power 105.1 FM
"Because you will spit all over the place and that's unsanitary but what Adrian did is despicable we write a screen off all right yeah I reported last week about how there has been an uptick in domestic disturbances since to sell quarantining started a lot of people are trapped with their abusers when you think domestic disturbance you don't usually think about family members beating on each other you usually think about couples people in a relationship well this clown as do name Adrian and showed me that is absolutely not the case let's go to ABC seven to see why I keep speaking all over things the call these do despicable seen the barren store shelves with no toilet paper in sight the tension over toilet paper has now turned violent in one home in Saugus LA county sheriff's deputies in Santa Clarita valley say a twenty six year old man attacked his own mother because he thought she was hiding toilet paper the twenty six year old was arrested the sheriff's department is expressed concern over the possible increase in violence domestic violence in particular during the pandemic you heard that right Adrian stole off on his mom was he told the paper pushed his old earth his mother the one from which he came in the face or with some god damn toilet paper I don't know what's in the cotton now nowadays we got Joe acting like streets beans you got mad head Sherman age crack heads and shaman heads out here in these streets is ridiculous it's been a few weeks now you know since we've all been so quarantine and the CDC has yet to tell us what's the correlation between corona virus into other people I understand when I go to the grocery store and Lysol is sold out I understand why hand sanitizer is sold out I understand why all the soap is sold out I understand what a sanitary wipes is sold out why is all angel soft what am I missing seriously I see videos online of people fighting in the grocery store over Scott toilet tissue and I'm like damn already the dials into Adrian yeah and you are twenty six years old let's discuss the obvious first of all you too old to be living with your mom okay you are described do you buy a Chilean left I was thinking about also known as a buster can you got the nerve to point your mother in the face the woman was clearly taking care you'll be growing twenty six year old ask you know how we know she's taking care you because you live with her and you need to have your own toilet paper you can't even properly wipe your **** without asking your mother's permission your mom had to hide the told the people from you because you were using too much of it you would put in too much quilted northern Inyo boutique I don't know what's going on in his world but there is something in the toilet paper and every time I hear a story about how YA wildin out over toilet paper it really makes me understand this means that that's floating around that I that I saw is just me where instead a capsule of crack instead of a counselor cracked Nino brown was holding a roll roll of toilet paper and I can look at them even turn it into a whole parity movie call new crack city okay to crack I have nothing to do with drugs and everything to do with the crack in your **** it would be about a crew hustlers who come into a community during the coronavirus prices in real life is the shortage of toilet paper in clearly people are dying to wipe their ****.
"adrian" Discussed on The Stephen A. Smith Show
"I will be happy to put him on. He's. Thirty three and four that is his wreck thirty three and three. I'm sorry would one draw. He has never been knocked out. He did get put down by Markos Madonna, but he got up. He lost that fight. That was. That was back in December of two thousand and thirteen. Lost the show import in two thousand fifteen June of two thousand fifteen loss to Mikey Garcia in July of two thousand seventeen. Majority draw against Jesse Vargas last, April so Adrian Brodie. I mean in terms of potentially being a marquee. This fight is incredibly important to him. He loses this fight. He'll probably fall off the map. He wins this fight. It'd be a big difference of all how one of the belts. And Secondly, and more importantly, it will put him in line the face some of the elite dudes in the division. I don't know. Whether it's a rematch with children porter. Whether it's a match against God, Danny Garcia, whether to shot against Keith Thurman, whether his him going against aero spins junior, who's my favorite in the welterweight division. There could be potentially a lot options for Adrian, bro. Because if he wins this fight he's a champion. So let's keep that in mind champion belt that Manny Pacquiao took from Jeff horn. Now from Jeff Warner. I apologize. But. You just want. I'm sorry. I was somebody was in my LA this gentleman. I got a bit distracted my apologies. Adrian Brunel wants to come on at approximately thirty minutes past the hour. That's fine. Hopefully, he'll be ready to go adapt particular day, and Tom, by the way, I didn't say Jeff home because a pack ya got robbed at the decision. Jeff horn lost at but ended up winning that TKO against Lucas Matisse's DC t say so pack yet won that fight. It's got WBA belt and as a result now. He's going to defend it against Adrian Pronin who will be all with us thirty minutes past the hour until then we'll get back to the phones at eighty eight say ESPN is edited seven to nine three seven seven six. But before I do that. Scotty pippin. I don't know. I think he was on a jump is that right cat was he on a jump? Yes. He was on the jump with Rachel Nichols. Who bought away did a great job interview and boogie cousins is well, she always this great job. Scotty Pippen was speaking about Zion. Williamson of Duke. And he said something that got my attention. And I just can't avoid talking about it. I have to address it. I'm not doing my job if I chose to if I chose to ignore this. So let me just get right into it. Please play what Scottie Pippen said about Zion. Williamson please definitely going to be the number one pick. I mean, I think he's done enough for basketball college basketball that is more about him Portland personally now. And I think for him was a young player that I would shut it down..
"adrian" Discussed on The Stephen A. Smith Show
"I will be happy to put him on. He's. Thirty three and four that is his wreck thirty three and three. I'm sorry would one draw. He has never been knocked out. He did get put down by Markos Madonna, but he got up. He lost that fight. That was. That was back in December of two thousand and thirteen. Laws the show import in two thousand fifteen June of two thousand fifteen loss to Mikey Garcia in July of two thousand seventeen. Majority draw against Jesse Vargas last, April so Adrian Brodie. I mean in terms of potentially being a marquee. This fight is incredibly important to him. He loses this fight. He'll probably fall off the mat he wins this fight. It'd be a big difference of all how one of the belts. And Secondly, and more importantly, it will put him in line the face some of the elite dudes in the division. I don't know. Whether it's a rematch with children porter. Whether it's a match against God, Danny Garcia, whether to shot against Keith Thurman, whether his going against aero spins junior, who's my favorite in the welterweight division. There could be potentially a lot options for Adrian. Oh, because if he wins this fight he's a champion. So let's keep that in mind champion belt that many pack out took from Jeff worn. Now from Jeff on. I apologize. But. He just want. I'm sorry. I was somebody was in my LA this gentleman. I got a bit distracted my apologies. Adrian pro wants to come on at approximately thirty minutes past the hour. That's fine. Hopefully, he'll be ready to go adapt particular day and time, by the way, I didn't say Jeff home because a pack ya got robbed at the decision. Jeff one lost at but ended up winning that TKO against Lucas Matisse's DC t say so pack yet won that fight. It's got WB belt and as a result now. He's going to defend it against Adrian Pronin who will be all with us thirty minutes past the hour until then we'll get back to the phones and eighty eight say ESPN edited seven to nine three seven seven six. But before I do that. Scotty pippin. I don't know. I think he was on the jump is that right cat was he on a jump? Yes. He was on the jump with Rachel Nichols. Who bought away did a great job interview and boogie cousins is well, she always this great job. Scotty Pippen was speaking about Zion. Williamson of Duke. And he said something that got my attention. And I just can't avoid talking about it. I have to address it. I'm not doing my job if I chose to if I chose to ignore this. So let me just get right into it. Please play what Scottie Pippen said about Zion. Williamson please definitely going to be the number one pick. I mean, I think he's done enough for basketball college basketball that is more important personally now, and I think for him as a young player that I would show the down..