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Ex-nurse sentenced to probation in patient medication death

AP News Radio

01:12 min | Last month

Ex-nurse sentenced to probation in patient medication death

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"bach" Discussed on ESPN FC

ESPN FC

04:14 min | 6 months ago

"bach" Discussed on ESPN FC

"Time. So Aston Villa, what's the best case scenario with Coutinho coming in for this year? So a lot of people see this. I've seen people talk about that as a risk. There is, a financial element to it for us, and of course that is a financial hit. They will take via his salary in a loan fee. There is no obligation to buy. There is an agreement of a price I believe agreement. If they wish to buy them, but there's no obligation to buy them. So it's primarily a loan fee in a salary rest though. Clearly, I often feel a feel of know that they can take. There is no football downside risk to their in terms of its short term, vela are not going to be relegated but on 22 unlikely but relegated that are mid table that 11 points above the relegation squad in my opinion to be relegated. So there's no real footballing risk if this doesn't work, but what it could do could give them up platform to bridge the gap between midfield and Ollie Watkins or whoever's playing up front. Clearly Steven Gerrard, who has gone down there as a new manager, knows continue from lever pull. It's not happy with what you see in terms of your squad, but fills he needs a better quality. No, the question is, can he squeeze a little bit more out of Philip Coutinho than the three managers that Jim mentioned that Barcelona have been unable to do so? We have to wait and see if that's the case. Look, it's not easy for any player, particularly a playmaker, walking in a Barcelona with that price tag and Leno mess you still been there as the king and doing everything. That can not be easy. So it was always going to be difficult. But he's got an opportunity to know in a platform in my opinion to go and showcase himself at a distant side. It's not brilliant, but it's a distancing. And apart from the financial penalties in terms of the salary, there is no football and risk for me from Gerard the vellus point of view if it doesn't work. Send them back in the summer. Thank you very much. As cautious a few quid, what we move on. And so in that sense, I see it as a decent move. Yeah, and so in that sense, it's a positive sign as well aware of Barcelona are looking to offload some players Gemma. This weekend, they're in action against brick Granada. They're trying to continue climbing up that table, as you can see now, just to point behind and trying to get into the top four are the signs goes against the side Lake Granada, do you think that they can get three points from this game? Well, it's complicated to say because it's a very difficult stadium. And there is a coach that knows Barcelona and chavi very well Robert Moreno here already knows what is to still point from Barcelona. And they are still having a lot of injuries. It's true that tele will have three very important players back. Gabi this and balde. But very there was a lot of expectation about and so far he won't be there yet. He will be ready for the supercar in the classical national Supercopa. But a lot of players won't be there. So we haven't really seen chubby because he's been doing the starting 11 with what he has, not with what he wants. So, of course, I'm starting to perceive some green shoots, but it's true that we've seen that against Leonardo against Majorca. So not in a really competitive game. And yet another top team, but it's a difficult sodium. So we will see but of course they are impossible dynamic. And this is very important for chubby for the players. And for a team that when tavi arrived, they were mid table, and they are, as you mentioned, just one point ahead of what the goal being in Champions League spot. Yeah, of course. Now, meanwhile, Real Madrid have got to get back to winning ways. They're up against Valencia this weekend. There was that shock last to her tafe last week. Carlo Ancelotti said that his team was still on vacation. Do you think there are vacation now? What can we expect from this side? Yeah, yeah, I'm sure I'm sure that the cards that he is always, you know, like some positive, so to keep.

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"bach" Discussed on ESPN FC

ESPN FC

01:39 min | 6 months ago

"bach" Discussed on ESPN FC

"The adult men still have some way to go to close in on them and whether they can beat I am correct Frankfurt tomorrow remains to be seen. Archer in tosses xeno yesterday when we spoke to him. It was warm smell chill wasn't he? And his hotel room, and his James Bond chair. Does it look so warm today? Does he yanagi also with us as well? He watched this game for us. No, I actually think I'm going to give him a better stick because he's very wrapped up, but actually I think it's actually for once we've seen a bit of common sense here and the dress sense I think she's got this spot on. Actually, what Craig is alluding to is the fact that you're wearing thermals tonight. Is that right? Not just thermals, K so Thermo trousers over the top of the thermals, which I'm telling you are very snug and I've learned from past mistakes such as genes and thermals in -12 in Leipzig. You don't make that mistake twice. A very nice. Well, actually, we're glad that you're staying warm. You can stick around for us for a bit longer to tell us more about this game. We're going to talk about it again. We're going to talk about the game. Yeah, not just fashion on this show. Fashion football, everything you need to know how people keep warm these temperatures. So let's get into it then Archie. Obviously, now it wasn't a full strength by and by their standards. But if you looked at that team sheet, it was not a bad starting 11 at all, was it? No, you would still expect that starting 11 to have the better of even if Marcel sabitzer playing it left back, not a familiar position for him or indeed Malik Tillman, making his first start for Bayern on the left wing. And for half an hour, they.

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How Scary Is Omicron?

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

01:08 min | 7 months ago

How Scary Is Omicron?

"How scary is on the crime yesterday's story by Carolyn Johnson and Joel ochin Bach and the Wall Street in The Washington Post. It's the very best story. The answer is we will know in about ten days. It could be not scary at all or it could be terrifying. It's spreading fast, but it could be a mere mild version of delta, it may also, and this is the dark side. We don't know. Target children far more viciously than the previous varieties of coronavirus have. We do not know. We will know if you want to read all of the good science, go to my Twitter feed and hear your scroll down and I linked the Carolyn Johnson and Joe akin Bach piece. Why didn't the U.S. detect on the case of center doesn't matter? They're going to be more variance. That was The New York Times spent this much paper on that. I didn't even bother reading it. Doesn't matter. It's here. Doesn't matter who messed up or if anyone messed up, the data on the severity is encouraging, according to Doctor Fauci, and I don't really believe much of Doctor Fauci anymore, but I don't think he would be a risk another major error in his presentation.

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Eddie Jaku, a Holocaust survivor who led with kindness and tolerance, dies at 101

AP News Radio

00:51 sec | 9 months ago

Eddie Jaku, a Holocaust survivor who led with kindness and tolerance, dies at 101

"Political survivor eighty J. crew who last year published his best selling memoir the happiest man on earth who's died in Sydney Australia Jewish community leader Dowland Bach describes any J. crew whose one hundred one as a beacon of light and hope for not only our community but the world the Holocaust survivor was born in April nineteen twenty in Germany his parents and many of his wider family did not survive the war Jake who had been sent to and escaped from concentration camps including Buchenwald and Auschwitz where his parents were gassed on arrival J. Koo said in a speech in Sydney in twenty nineteen I do not hate anyone hate is a disease which may destroy your enemy but will also destroy you I'm

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"bach" Discussed on Rescot Creative

Rescot Creative

05:39 min | 9 months ago

"bach" Discussed on Rescot Creative

"Hello everyone welcome back to fiction. Friday's today were going back to bach. So in my chapter six of change in tune my heroine victoria house to tackle one of the most challenging works in violent repertoire johann sebastian bach's shotgun from partido number two in d minor and for any of you who played unaccompanied bach on a stringed instruments. You is incredibly challenging. You're having to play multiple notes at the same time consorting your fingers into vary uncomfortable positions in order to reach the cords. Now if you are a keyboard instrument you have to play a lot of fugel counterpoint. With your hands and even your feet if you're an organised but yes for first string players. This is just very very challenging for those of you. Who don't know bach is one of the most famous composers of all time. He is the most famous baroque composer. He was born in sixteen eighty five in germany and died in seventeen fifty and he was incredibly prolific. He had so many roles as a musician and in his personal life. He said he was a composer. He was a church organist and he frequently had to rely on either the church or patrons to keep his work going he was also a father to twenty children so yes on the days when we think it's challenging with two three four five children i have to think about bach and how he managed to work with twenty and that might give you a little bit of motivation to keep going anyway. Poor victoria is struggling to master this piece but when her teacher place it. Who's a master at it at virtuoso. She really aces it. And so that's one of the keys. Is that when you are listening to recording a bach or going to a concert when you hear some of the pros like hillary hein or when my recent favorites jennifer roic. Frank has a recent recent version of the Gun available on spotify and youtube. Definitely check it out. You will really enjoy hearing the almost make it sound effortless however when you hear beginners tackling it or even just kind of the first time reading through it the second is can be somewhat challenging a bit ear-piercing for everyone so really make sure students that if you're pricing shock on you spend several weeks or months working on your intonation now. Bach also plays a part in my halloween short story back from the grave in this one. We have a church organist. Miguel goose mon- who's preparing for all saints day and one of his friends and the music school decides to ask him if he will play the famous to cut into fugu indie minor by bach. Failing bach had an affinity for d minor. Since these pieces are in d minor. Anyway it's if you listen to it. You probably heard it. If you haven't listened to go check it out. It's very spooky and very ominous anyway at first. Miguel gazon doesn't want to have to play it. He's already practicing a lot of other songs but in the end he does get persuaded to bring back block. And i hope that you enjoyed that short story for halloween again. You can listen to it on the previous episode or check it out in paperback in the chronicles of music majors where you can read it on e book on kindle or one of your other favorite retailers and next week we will be talking more about villainous violinists. So this week's reading involves my kind of the the villain character. And i hope that you get a kick out of it and this week sponsor is actually my new merch store which i'm really excited about. I know several of you were like. Why are you now having t shirts and it is for several reasons one of them is because when i started writing my first drafts of the novel a couple years ago i wanted some visual representations of my characters. I am not at all an artist. I appreciate other people's visual arts. I guess i am an artist. It's not a visual artists anyway. I hired an artist to make sketches of my nine kind of lead characters. And i think they're awesome. I came up with tag lanes for each of them and each month. I'll be featuring a different line of that specific characters design but make sure you get it during that month because then after that month i will change out to the next character. So you've gotta make sure that you get the designs that you like within this month. So this month is featuring the villain franklin curtis who we will talk more about next week and every purchase on store does supports respite creative. I use a lot of it to cover costs of labor and editing. At incomes in multiple formats there is story editing like developmental editors and copy editors as well as cover designs or sketches and the artwork. That kind of goes along with it as well as marketing. So every little bit helps and if you're willing to buy some of the things kind of quirky funny products i would greatly appreciate it especially as the holidays are coming up. They might make good.

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"bach" Discussed on Rescot Creative

Rescot Creative

04:21 min | 9 months ago

"bach" Discussed on Rescot Creative

"And everyone would be happy. But this time he prayed the congregation wouldn't boo him from the balcony. What would they think of as prelude selection mosquitos on the Lake Lee's eternal or Jean Langley and contagion for postlude? Would they murder him for his modern taste? Not that he didn't enjoy the classics, but you could only play so many times in a year and maintain your sanity. The dissonant chords mirrored his mood. It had only been a year since the accident. He closed his eyes to block out the memory. Time to focus on the music at hand. A knock wrenched him from his reverie. The door creaked open to reveal Adam heckle standing in the doorway. A bit intense for Sunday church, don't you think? Adam strode next to the organ bench. Oh, no, Miguel side. If you, as a music major, I think it's too much. What on earth will the priest say? Adam shrugged, I wouldn't worry about it. Father Joseph seems pretty open minded about music. Miguel ran a hand through his thick black hair. I hope you're right. When can I schedule you to play? Adam laughed. You think they'd want to hear it but soon solo? Sure. You said father Joseph likes new music. I suppose you could schedule me sometime in advent, but in return, I need a favor. What kind Miguel frowned? Adam shifted on the balls of his feet. Come on, I'm sure I'll say yes. All right, here goes, I need you to play box to cut it and fugue in D minor at a Halloween concert for beta alpha new delta. I know you hate fraternities and probably think the holiday is sacrilegious, but I'm out of options. Miguel's breath caught in his throat didn't see that coming. Why do you want to be in that frat anyway? I saw how they treated you and the other pledges last weekend. I want nothing to do with them. Adam scrunched up his nose. I was afraid you'd say that. Anything I can do to change your mind?.

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"bach" Discussed on Rescot Creative

Rescot Creative

02:24 min | 9 months ago

"bach" Discussed on Rescot Creative

"Hello music Friends, thanks for joining me for this musical, short story. If you enjoy content like this, please hit subscribe and give it a thumbs up. And now for the future story. Bach from the grave. The chronicles of music natures, short story, number 5. Written by Ashley rescott, narrated by Ashley rescott. Adam heckle twisted his hands in his lap and shifted himself on the lumpy couch in the music school locker room. A freshman at belton university, he pledged the band fraternity, beta, alpha, new delta. At least the hazing hadn't been too bad so far. Nothing compared to other fraternities. Sure, he'd stayed up all night, cleaning after the frat party, a couple of nights ago, and the older guys had forced the pledges to sing in polka dot boxers outside the girls dorm at three in the morning. But at least no one had shoved his head in a toilet like in high school. Yet. Heckle, get over here. Barry, the senior trombones waved one large arm, gesturing for atom to join him next to the lockers, a twinge of terror passed through Adam's body as he strode next to the guy. The metal bars on the instrument lockers brought back uncomfortable memories from high school, playing the bassoon hadn't been an easy choice, especially when the other kids found out the unfortunate Spanish translation of the word. After that discovery, they'd stuffed him in a locker on a regular basis. Barry crossed his arms. So what do you think? About what? Adam's voice squeaked about the fraternity fall festival. It's up to you pledges to decide what to do. Adam swallowed. How about a chili cook off? No good, very scald. The PG two that every year. Maybe a haunted house? Are you an idiot? Very wagged his finger. Every fraternity on this entire campus does a haunted house. We wouldn't stand a chance to win. Adam wouldn't dream of joining one of the other fraternities. He only wanted to join beta alpha new delta to meet fellow musicians..

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Traditional vs. Contemporary Classical Music

Rescot Creative

02:16 min | 10 months ago

Traditional vs. Contemporary Classical Music

"Today we are talking about the somewhat controversial topic of traditional versus contemporary. And this is a debate in pretty much all areas of life or art forms, whether you are thinking literary. So where you have a more traditional or even historical type fiction versus contemporary fiction or in music, if you like the traditional sounding songs, very classical, or a more contemporary pop genre, and obviously to apologize to everything else, like politics, if you have your more traditional people and your more contemporary progressive people anyway, I personally believe that it's important that we can appreciate things on both sides. Of the line. So when it comes to more traditional sounding violin music, you're going to think, especially a lot about Bach baro, classical era, music like Mozart, so here's a little box. Okay, so this very ornate decorative sounding music or you might have something even from the romantic time period, which was 19th century. Right? Now, if you are actually trying to do something more contemporary, you might do a little bit more with improvisation, although actually in the baroque era Bach did improvise a lot. But for example, if this was like twinkle little star. You know, Abu Dhabi in French Mozart did a ton of variations on that. But a contemporary version of that could be.

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"bach" Discussed on About Last Night

About Last Night

06:31 min | 10 months ago

"bach" Discussed on About Last Night

"I'm from. North dakota has gained badge before you even got the name your like. Who the fuck are you house family. That they from the gecko is one of those like surprise performer. Goofball to now is going to do it. I don't think my parents didn't even want me to. They told me a you. Can't you can't make it. you're not will smith. He said my mom's the same shitty. Yeah you have to be like that in my mind has but will smith had to do what did he also at eight cleveland. Zeki does mom. Yeah the i guess in their mind. It's like the only way you can make is if you're already famous and i'm like well. How do you get famous. I got at least try right. Yeah so they're like now. You've got to be a doctor or lawyer. Yeah and if you get famous from that you can go into movies you like. What is this fucking works. Yeah it was. It was Wants you to do that. Doctor lawyer yeah want me doctor. Lawyer or finance chose finance some stability. Right yeah damn dude. So i wasted four years of my life. What about what about that time though. Did you go do you look back and go. Oh that wasn't a total waste like well college. I don't think colleges for i mean trouble. I don't think colleges for the education. I think colleges for the experience a thousand percent of you know what i mean. Don't be don't skate. I mean you gotta should have have some sort of Work ethic yeah so that you can take that and and build on it when you enter the real world. But yet dude. I was always like if. I have to stay up later to cram on something. Because i got invited to a fucking laker game last minute with a couple kids that i know that never never kick it like. I gotta go do that exactly yes. So that's that's how i feel about it. I mean i. I learned a lot just responsibilities dealing with people. Because when you're in high school you do something wrong. They send you to the principal's office in college. Do something wrong. They could kill you could you. It's like you know what i mean you're in the real world is no no one to save you. Oh yeah you go to jail. I mean so we making videos and college Towards the end of it it was but But but yeah it was So then was there something that that That happened were the fan finally goes. I guess you know that. The only way i was able to move out to l. a. was to go to school so i say young on the new york film academy so but i didn't do it film academy out here in la. How should so. I was out here. Mfa getting my masters. That was that had tricked them. I wouldn't be able to come out here. Holy she hit. Yeah did you confide in about that. Not no Just walking yeah. I just did. It was your sister do She manages me now. No shit yeah. She used to be an accountant. Whoa and i was like you wanna make more money. Wow dude she all in. Yeah yeah you guys are tied. Yeah because she's she was like waking up at five. Am to drive two hours to go to work. And now she just wakes up five am and she's still just two hours but it's like oh maybe maybe she should go back to. What did you do in the road joke. Roy was like a big learning experience. Right i mean for getting shows of that magnitude like going back to you talking about seen eddie murphy and doing huge crowds. Yes so that was. That was a crazy thing. Because you know when you're just starting standup you got you know a restaurant show. Maybe a mike here. Over mike's in the hotel lobbies of places tgi. Fridays are perform everywhere. When i when i first started. Tgi fridays yeah me. It was me Who did i just in hires yet. tony baker show. Buzz It was a whole bunch of us. Man we were just. We're hitting like six six. At night i love that like just everywhere. Just where was the setup at the tgi. Fridays in like the Entrance knows at the outdoor in the back. Okay yeah how was it. It was cool. What would you call going to fridays. Like what was a show. You know how you it was. A website called bad slava. I don't know if it's still around and there were like chuckle. Monkey for a minute was the site that had all the shows. Yes so this one was called. Dad's slava and it would. It would have all the open mics so you just have to get their sign up. Pay five dollars. Whatever it was in then you get three to five minutes. I can't remember. Yeah yeah And and yeah. We were just doing that. So i'm doing shows like that in front of twenty people thirty people greenhouse. Yeah you know. Max and then you normals five ten people you know I remember doing stand up in palm beach in like weird weirdest spots where the stage like the seats are here and the stages literally up there like on like a counter solids walking on the counter telling jokes yes crazy. So that's where. I came from doing that and enjoy all that joint. Yeah enjoying all of is you know that it's this is just a part of the grind that everybody has to go through. I had no idea. I was doing because i loved it. I had no idea it wasn't until i moved out to la where they're like. Yo you get discovered. I hear you get sitcoms. Oh i should take this serious But i'm doing like little shows like that and then i go to Joe's show at the Thing was irvine improv. And it was like that. It's like five hundred or something like that Five hundred seater and and I just went to meet him. You know and then he's like oh you want to go up there and do five minutes. I was like no i do. Not in his mom just got do five minutes. And i was like damn it and is packed out six hundred plus. Yeah and i'm just like man. And i went out there. I did it and it was fun. And i realized like With the more people the laughter's this way loud. I got dictated to it. Yeah so you should come on the road with me down. So i went on the road with him for three years and then And that's a fan base. Yes i mean dedicated. Watch him go from the five. Six hundred is still alive. But i watched him go from that to now. He's doing By he's selling out ten twenty thousand.

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"bach" Discussed on About Last Night

About Last Night

07:58 min | 10 months ago

"bach" Discussed on About Last Night

"You know the hack jokes then yeah it's an easy laugh but then you can get your joke stolen. I mean but if you tell your personal stories then you can't get up some rip rip off Authenticity yeah exactly. So the the key is to try and figure out your foot wolf for me is You know my specific story. Still have those relatable elements those ninety percent In there you know what. I mean so I'd like they do that by the way said from me. I'm a big advocate of that when people are just giving their experiences or advice Because you're at the level where you could be like. Dude this is how it is right. Yeah yeah it's like you're like this is how i've seen it so far. Yeah my vantage point. Do you So in the past. Like let's say i don't know two years do you look at you know. Work as like every euro want to get better. I wanna stack chips more. Do you have like you know. I've always been impressed By people that have like they're you know writing down their goals or they have posted supper vision. Board or a fucking voodoo doll fucking wilson and being like bucket in that job. Whatever it is that you do to motivate yourself I don't know i. I don't believe in goals at all because the whole mental health thing right. Yeah so you set a goal. Say your go to to reach to here right. You reach their fuck. I'm here now. What you gotta set another goal to reach their then you've got to reach their and they're and they're so what i do. Is i set my goal so high so my goal is to be the biggest movie star in the world right that way. I'm not focused on stressing on doing this. And this and this. I just know the big picture and the the main thing for me is just to enjoy enjoy the process. You know what i mean. So it's not. It's not like you know. I'm trying to get. I'm trying to get this movie with With will smith. I'm trying to get this move denzel. No i'm just you know. Let me just enjoy the process. Take the baby steps that that needs to take to get to that point so yeah. She don't have like a certain like by age. This mama half. Yeah and i used it. When was younger. You know i was. I would look at you. I want to be like will smith. And then i would start looking. I want to be like eddie murphy. Andy murphy his. He was performed delirious when he was twenty. Twenty two twenty one. What was it. John say nineteen but he left us. No yeah snl. I think it was twenty one. I think was delirious. Leers right so. I was like wait what you look at you. Look at these interviews on his late night shows when he's twenty one you'd think that guys like seasons. Yeah you know. And that's an anomaly. And there's people like that where you're like all right. I can use that for motivation to like. Be great but like you can't use it as a map. No because then you like. There's only a few of those people ever. Yeah yeah that so we'll smith was a A guy looked up to. Yeah that just kind of had it all. Yeah i didn't even know you could fucking rap and then you Was a qasimi now. Oh yeah video is so del pat. Thanks fucking made me. you know. Just wish i could wrap so hasn't gonna run towns ago burgers and drive to again for geico fucked. We definitely fucked the way. What are the. Yeah wow dude. Yeah i was something you always want to do is just do a big ass. Production like that No no no. No i just i. I've been making parody music since Since like a yeah like high school college on my laptop. I just record and just make funny. 'cause i was inspired by weird weird. How nice And then it got to the point. Where i was like i could do this for real. A yeah so you met snoop. Yeah how. I think. I were was is. He don't even remember where i met him. He that high. No i think i met. I think i met him at his compound shooting Something for my network zeus And then he did a. He did a yeah. He did a cameo where we just were like thing. We're touring his compound. Yeah yeah you you get to a certain point and it's like those types of people start knowing who you are. You wanna fuck with you which has got to be an extra level of like. I've made it like that can't even really like how you supposed to make that as a goal like work do a video with stupidest compound. You write that down like i guess. I also and i agree with that wholeheartedly. Because i think that the business so flimsy and there's so much uncertainty that it's like control you can control which is like you know taking care of yourself not being shitty the two people working hard but it's like two there truly is so much other shit That is at that has to go down for things to happen. And i'm sure we both know people that have like put their head down and dental those things and it's not haven't gotten to where they want to be so it's like it isn't just an easy blueprint of like do this do that. You got to figure things will happen. It's like yeah do creating opportunities which you've done ten times over. Yeah when vine really takes off and you're seeing a lot of like good movement from that do you Do you know bring used to tell me she was like you know she's like i gotta do this. Quick thing like jack in the box give like twenty grand a fucking do this. I'm going to go to this movie premiere. What was there when you start to kind of get a little Cashman it was something that you treated yourself to that you were like men always wanted this and i got myself here. Some of the miners. No i was never. I was never that. I think i still i still am i. Most stuff i'm wearing is like was given to you. Free stuff fox won't talk about. It's like i don't really. I all i just i try to live my life. How it always was like. I live like on poor. So you the same batch that you were a car. What i spend money on is food travel experiences. Yeah yeah you a foodie. Oh yeah big time yeah. I love sea seafood. Any type of seafood. Wow yeah where have you gone somewhere special. Where that's like the they do a right. The best food received japan was to how they're really good. And how is it over there. Are they like So the friend. I went was. She was vegan in the hated her but Japan was great man. It was erected over there. Yeah wow yeah. Yeah but the internet about these Absence global so it's like can you know what they do is they'll have everybody just wants followers right total. So what they'll do is they'll take my videos. And they'll dubbed over in their language rebozo reposted and get like millions of us. Grateful idea subscribe to the atom ray king badge swedish. You know my god. Yeah that's crazy okay so So traveling food. Those are kind of your vices. Yeah and then comedy right. Yeah i mean do you feel. Is it a point to where you're like it's still it's a job now. Obviously right. but you've got the time and you know security to kind of like do things when you want do now and obviously jumping into like film and tv. Now which is. I gotta be osmond before i knew you which which has been to kick it around the clubs more I met you. I think it adam. Devine's house at is fourth july Having that back oh yeah dude. Once once things settle down. I'm his bachelor party this weekend..

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"bach" Discussed on About Last Night

About Last Night

08:20 min | 10 months ago

"bach" Discussed on About Last Night

"When you start making videos or is it just like you said you're doing what you think is funny right. You weren't trying to cater. Until until i started to see that it would offend different people. I do things You don't when you like when you don't have any you don't have any guidelines you don't know because you don't know there's no model for so i'm like oh let me make fun of It's a blind person. You know. Because i find i find. I made a video like blind hitman. Right and funny and i'm just saying oh it's a. That'd be a funny concept. Mind hitman fucks it up. He gets the wrong person larry's but then the blind people you're you're offending the blind. Maybe i did that. I keep that in turn up the volume there. But it's like in my mind that's what it was like. It was like this is funny to and then as you get more. Let me just say it doesn't that you hate blind people right that you think blind people should like. That's what is shitty about the cancel culture and people that get offended about stuff. You basically would just like this is a unique funny different concept to me. I have this ability and wherewithal to and that's what's great about. Making videos is like when you have that support system crew. Whatever it is to get it done you know that would be funny. I would like to see that. Yeah we why. Don't i just fucking make that Bet other people would because you start to connect to the masses and go i. It looks like what i think is funny. A lotta pe- people also do right. So let me do that. But it doesn't mean so hatred involved. It's just like this is a funny silly premise. And it's crazy. Because i grew up being inspired by the chapelle show right. And you know edgy. Chapelle show was gone man. And i'm i'm looking at chapelle. Oh wow you can do whatever you want And that's how. I kind of like went. I was like oh nothing's there's nothing off limits. Let me just do whatever because especially with the internet man. that was a cable. You know video or even he had a quite a bit of freedom but yeah but on the web even more. So you'd nobody telling you you can't do exactly remember the What's the one where he was. He was blind but he was racist although the blind white supremacist. So that was one of my favorite thing sketches. Yeah but like you can't even you can't even do that. Now look no. You can't and in my mind. That's what i grew up on. So when i'm making when i was making my comedy that's what i was doing. I was doing that type of comedy and in the more followers. I got them. The time started to change. And i'm still like odd. And it's just so it will get dicey and this was youtuber. Vine when you're putting right away Vine gotcha well youtube and vine. Yeah so so. You'd be do like two to three minute things on youtube and yeah yeah okay so talk about that going then to vine poppin and you're your was that an easier transition or was so youtube videos. I was Yeah it was it was. I would have to spend more time. I'd have to write it out. I think the shy things like that. Where vine. I could just fill it on my phone. You know what i mean and it would just go up and six videos all you have to do his thing of like story and six seconds for a film school kid. That's probably the shit right. Yeah it's like. This is all me. I'm going to like i mean it's all your vision. Yeah angles How you wanna shoot it. Did that come pretty quickly for you. Then as far as like. Here's an idea. Here's how we're going to do it. Just because of going to film school. I studied all i did was study. You know directors right Tarantino spielberg Man list the list goes on. But i just look how they shoot things and i would try and implement that in the sketches i was doing. Yeah so yeah fuck dude. Iovine popped big. I feel like that. That was Almost bigger than youtube for a minute. As far as like it's like it's the thing you will always. Youtube will always be there. Yeah but you'll have the popular the. What is it like the trend. Yeah so is mine now. The trend is ticked off right. Which youtube is still It's still youtube. Youtube is still daddy. But take talk is the cool kitten. You know what i mean. So you know there will be a time. Where unless you know take talk evolves that you know it'll it'll fade away like minded. It's crazy 'cause nobody thought vine was going anywhere right. yeah and it just. It's just how things the ebb and flow of how things come and go and something always comes out to be a little more user-friendly also. I'm sure just like anything like with my space. It just got not cool. Yeah but i think take talk is smart enough to see the my space fall off line. Fall off to know okay. We need to evolve in order to keep up. Did you jump online pretty quick. I have a few other comedian buddies that got on it real early hopped early. Like did you see it and go. This is going to be a great outlet. I had no idea what it is You know britney furlong yeah She's married now so brittany lee might be. Yeah yeah that's actually how. I introduced to you because a new brady. She used to date a comic buddy of mine and so it always see around and then she did a couple of with me Ride them with with her. She did her a favor with twenty dollars in her ten million or whatever. Yeah but that was so crazy. 'cause i was like what was the queen of i mean she was right yes she ran she had i remember. I was at a party in in There was a girl just going around film and stuff on our phone like what's his what's his can go doing. Like yeah get a drink. Sit down fund. You hands be present in the moment. Yeah and then she There were there was like. Oh that's britney furlan she's she's huge on vine and she had like You know maybe had a couple of million followers and I was like what the fuck is fine like six second videos and and i never heard of it. I felt like the old guy. So i went on. Look then as oh shit. Introduce an inch. we shot some. We shot some videos together and And yeah and then. I started to like find out the system and i was growing a lot faster than i was on youtube so i was like. Oh let me just stick with this. I was getting like seventy five thousand dollars a day. What the fuck dude. Yeah yeah it got to the point. Where and this is where this is how this is how standup is as well. I had a calendar. Right and i would write down what video i shot and how many followers got me. So i i write down okay. I did I did a food. Video food comedy. Vine video dummy ten thousand followers I did a sports Vine video thirty thousand followers. Oh i did a relationship video. I mean seventy five thousand video seventy five thousand dollars and was like okay. Let me keep doing relationship stuff. You know and i would write this down every day. I did a video some bouncing titties and acute baby. two million. Wow yes so a got to the point where it was like a science to me and just straight up goodwill hunting that shit. Yeah roy was. It was crazy and i was just write it down like dad i. I wish i still had that price. Still that calendar if i found it so shit on ebay man yes but yeah but i would just write it right right and then that prove to help as far as like figuring out like okay. This is what people are. Because i didn't know what. I was doing back then and i tried to try and You know figure out some kind of system because no one's teaching me how to do it. So i had to like trying to remember what i was doing or i'll just keep making videos. And then now that got me into the art of knowing how to create a viral video you know. And that's when that's when. I found out like they're literally specific audiences just like standup specific audiences where one focal only worked for ten percent. But then you find that one joke that works for ninety percent and then you want to try and get that you know what i mean like when you if you're if you're doing a if you're doing a an hour in front of people you don't know you wanna use your best stuff that ninety percent of the total you know will relate to so that has that kind of shaped your stand-up writing as well to than just getting used to doing videos. That are for everyone. You're trying to late. Not isolate the crowd within a in a way but the the beauty of standup the art of it is to try and make those specific stories because if we if we do the traffic jokes if we.

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"bach" Discussed on About Last Night

About Last Night

04:10 min | 10 months ago

"bach" Discussed on About Last Night

"There's there's a difference between being funny guy and then being a funny guy who can do stand at holy. So i was the funny guy and it was more like. Yeah you should try stand up you know so starting in miami you normally s right yes so What was your sweet spot. Socially with a crowd like five ten people to be funny around. You know. i honestly can't remember you know when you're first starting off. You gotta take the gigs anywhere performing at restaurant. Pre stand up like when you when when people said like oh you know Oh yeah you're funny like. Was that like ten piano like in a group setting totally you know we're roasting each other and doing stuff like so enough of that too where people were like all right. You're always the funniest we hang out. Yeah yeah yeah. Yeah and it wasn't even me being like the funniest it was just me being weird in different. Yeah you know what i mean. And and it's it's just china china end and it's the same with videos like you'll notice this when when you're doing standup is like you know. A certain joke will work for a certain audience right and then you have jokes. That will worked for every audience like any room right so it's in videos. It's the same way. It's like when i first started with the with the with the you know when i had one hundred followers and i would make video. I can make whatever video. You know edgy as i want. Whatever and then the more popular. I got the more had to like widen the the view of the comedy. You know you start doing relationship. Bids i started doing this bitch. This bid that bit but When i first dance. Yeah when i first started off i was doing whatever like it would just be. My goal was to like if i show it to my friend and they laughed. And i want go but but now it's like when you have millions of followers you got these people watching you. You gotta you gotta be careful. 'cause comedy offense everyone right but you want to offend the least amount of people as as possible when you're doing the video right You got probably fans now that to spend the gamut right like as far as young and old trying to appeal to all of them right. Yeah the move as many as you can but for me. I don't i don't really care about I never watered it down as far as age group. So i'd be. I'd kerr's do whatever and i'd have ten euros. Oh my god love you videos. And i'd be like your parents john Wow and i it was. It was like even for me. My parents wouldn't let me listen to chris. Rock growing up because they because of how you edgy. Owns to edgy. How yeah so. That was the one that was a one comedian. They said i'm absolutely not allowed to listen to. So when did you first sneak away or get a chance like at a buddy's house like when you to listen to chris rock 'cause you've probably figured i was. I was around the age of thirty two. When i know a couple of weeks ago. Last night No it wasn't until till i think it was like college. Yeah i think was college whereas like if felt like i was watching porn like i was like i felt bad like my mom told me not that way yet to be your pants down when you were watching it. So that's why one hundred percent i chris. Rock experience should all should be fully erect. Always way guys dr phil here and as we've talked about on the show before we need to seek out what's right for us in our relationships and not compromise. What's important okay. We need to add value especially in the bedroom. Wink wink sex. So why don't we think the same way about her sex toys. No i use all sorts of things that aren't even actually approved devices. More just things. I find around the house like a remote. Anything can go inside something or somebody but dame products d. a. m. e. is a woman owned sex to a company making the next generation of vulva tested. Volve approved vibrators found about sex educator. An engineering whiz dame develops toys with the help of real humans and couples like you not robots or dolls. They're closing the pleasure gap and help in the world. One volva at tom..

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How to Write Podcast Ads That Sell

Sounds Profitable

02:02 min | 11 months ago

How to Write Podcast Ads That Sell

"I'm really pumped about this conversation today. Because the more time i spend in this space the more. I'm realizing that right now where. We are in podcast. Advertising is that the actual creative is the thing that receives the least amount of attention. And it's probably the most important. Yeah i think that is often the case particularly in this space. That creative doesn't i was just looking through here in these little. Keep these little note. Cards of all these quotes and things to inspire me and this is for bill. Byrne bach who said creativity will become the last unfair advantage where legally allowed to take over our competitors. And so the fact that creative is i think under exploited particularly in this space or not focused upon is bears bears focusing upon it. Because it can be this kind of leave behind as a creative director at an audio agency. There is a piece of it. But i mean you see the same thing across all creative. It's like well anybody can do that right. Like anybody can pick out colors. Anybody can edit something on their laptop and it's true. I mean all the tools have been democratized. They've been democratized for all time. Though when it comes to writing or performing you know the alphabet spin been around a good long time but it doesn't make everybody a world class writer but it does seem particularly in the audio space that the copy points can kinda be this thing. That's just like well just you know. Just basically have anybody right it. Just yeah we kinda got that. We got our team will. We'll go after it. And it's not given the time care and attention that like anything. Anything could benefit from more time. Caring attention to refine it and make it better and make it punch harder to make. I think particularly in the realm of worlds to make it clear. Brief and

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Mike Richards and Mayim Bialik Named New Hosts of ‘Jeopardy!’

AP News Radio

00:30 sec | 11 months ago

Mike Richards and Mayim Bialik Named New Hosts of ‘Jeopardy!’

"Two hosts have been named for the TV game show jeopardy to replace the late Alex Trebek marches are loaded with the latest jeopardy executive producer Mike Richards and actor Maya Bialik will split the hosting duties Richards will host the daily syndicated show Bialik will host the prime time and spin off series including a new jeopardy college championship the debuts next year central banks death eight months ago the show has had several guest hosts including levar Burton Katie Couric Joe Bach Aaron Rodgers and robin Roberts

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Mixed bag: Erratic Pandemic Olympics come to a nuanced end

AP News Radio

00:32 sec | 11 months ago

Mixed bag: Erratic Pandemic Olympics come to a nuanced end

"Carol rigor of Seattle four time Olympian the javelin let American athletes into the Olympic Stadium to close up the seventeen day event at a ceremony rich in Japanese tradition but due to the pandemic attendants confined to athletes coaches and officials in all the you must finish first of both total gold medals and overall medal count thirty nine first place showings and one hundred thirteen total medallions IOC president Thomas Bach cold in the world to meet again in Paris at twenty twenty four as the Olympic flame was extinguished I'm joined other

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Olympic Latest: Bach declares Tokyo Olympics officially over

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 11 months ago

Olympic Latest: Bach declares Tokyo Olympics officially over

"It wasn't until the final of the women's volleyball that team USA knew the top the gold medal podium after three sets to none victory over Brazil the United States at thirty nine gold medals and you go to China with thirty eight gold also came Sunday on the cycling truck Jennifer Valenti topped the podium of the women's omnium points brakes in the ring both Richard Torres of Keyshawn Davis claim silver Davis in the men's lightweight division tourism the super heavy weight category well this ideal of her third ever marathon took bronze the Americans final battle in the women's marathon he was topped the overall medal count with one hundred thirteen and it finished atop the medal standings every Summer Games since Barcelona in nineteen ninety two I'm John other pretty

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The MacKenzie Family Murders

Casefile True Crime

02:39 min | 11 months ago

The MacKenzie Family Murders

"Although greenwich is considered to be a bit of a ghost town the major city of geraldton is just twenty four kilometers north as the largest city north of perth geraldton has many faces that put it on the map including thriving fishing industry stunning spring wildflowers and sperling surf beaches niece sixty kilometers offshore appel spot a sta and wallaby islands k. Locations of the deadly tovey shipwreck covered in episode one. Hundred thirty eight of case file for many travelers. Gerald is the main destination with isolated towns. Locked greenwich acting. Stop places along the way. However in the light summer of nineteen ninety-three greenwich would surpass the city in making headlines the unassuming and little known township was propelled into the national spotlight for what came to be cold one of the worst crimes in western australia for that reason. Greenwich was put on the map. It had dana typical morning at gerald since criminal investigation bureau on february twenty two nineteen ninety-three when detectives received in us. That a brutalized buddy had been found out. So i had a residence in slavery greenwich forensic inspect up. Bring giants send detective move cousins along with a team of uniformed officers immediately. Made the sixteen minute drive down the bruce highway. Arriving at the mckenzie property around eleven am as reported a blood-soaked body lay in the dust. Just outside the heim stead. Having been so savagely attacked that day face was indistinguishable. The victim was identified as sixteen year old daniel. The oldest of karen mackenzie's three children her other two children daughters seven-year-old amara and five year out katrina when nowhere to be seen karen to was missing. The detectives turned their attention to the house before them. The family's pet dog continued to bach from within towards rea- dual. The detectives were rattled. Was daniels killer still at the same. Unwilling to take any chances. They raised their hand guns before entering the property.

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"bach" Discussed on Eureka by Baron Fig

Eureka by Baron Fig

02:53 min | 11 months ago

"bach" Discussed on Eureka by Baron Fig

"At i would be the lead on. I wouldn't be diving into every project but tribute like two at a time to recorder. Then there's another another of it where i've on purpose decided not to go into management. I'm not Responsible for people's careers. And you like that. I really really liked it. Thankfully we have a structure where you don't have to be a manager to grow in your career you can grow in you know if you're really good at your craft you really act to to lead teams in that way you can do that. There's also another another track where we've got. People management has the skill. So we've got another lead designer. Who is responsible for For the For hiring for people's growth. That kind of thing. Gotcha yeah i. I tend to go more mentorship than management That's a strength of mine. And yeah just leading right into it but over the years. I feel like i've been able to make the role makes sense for me which is really a luxury in in the workplace. While i was gonna ask you. I mean what what excites you about your work in being your current role. I mean you've been head space for how long now it's been quite some time five years. Yeah awesome yeah. What excites me. Is we get constant feedback all the time of like you know this app like really helped me in a crisis or it's helped me with my relationships or really basic stuff like i got a good night's sleep you know. The app does a lot more than just meditation these days so that sounds really cool recently. We've been getting into music so having partnerships with With artists such as delib or some work. With doing with arcade fire like. That's just you know just like the musician in me is like. That's so cool. Cool yeah it's really like you know it makes the definition of what is heads faced a little fuzzy. Sometimes 'cause you're like what are we like. We like a record label. I think it. It's still helping people get to those like health outcomes. They're looking for a while. Learn to meditate on sleep. Better wanna be feel more focus more productive So i think whatever is helping people get from ada be hope. Hopefully bigger pictures adapt to more like mindful living lifestyle. But you gotta you gotta meet people where they're at and sometimes just sometimes it's music sometimes. It's just help with the night's sleep shirt debt. I'm really excited by that. And just personally. I realized now i absolutely love working on consumer products. Like i really like having working on something that. I can talk absolutely love working on something that i can talk to you about. You know what. I'm talking about interesting..

Political Donor Ed Buck Guilty on Counts Related to Overdose Deaths

Afternoon News with Tom Glasgow and Elisa Jaffe

00:34 sec | 1 year ago

Political Donor Ed Buck Guilty on Counts Related to Overdose Deaths

"In the drug deaths of two men. Here's Alex Stone inside the federal courtroom. There were cheers when the verdict was read. Former Democratic donor Ed bought guilty on multiple charges linked to methamphetamine overdose deaths of two men at his West Hollywood apartment. Prosecutors say Bach was running a drug in sex 10 when he was arrested in 2019. Buck was also convicted of enticing men to LA to engage in prostitution. The jury deliberated for 4.5 hours before returning a guilty verdict. Alex Stone, ABC News, Los Angeles, and when Buck

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"bach" Discussed on Wells Adams and Brandi Cyrus's show

Wells Adams and Brandi Cyrus's show

04:06 min | 1 year ago

"bach" Discussed on Wells Adams and Brandi Cyrus's show

"A zoom. Hang out on july twenty third five. Pm pacific time eight pm eastern So this will be fun because you'll be able to see us and we can see us like the good old days and then also be deeming everyone who commented on the post in patriot titled your favorite goodbye party with the invite which. I didn't like that name because it implies that like the show's going away. It's just the patriot things only way. Whatever if you can't make it or you can watch your back on until july thirty first. If you don't want your pretty face on page john. Just turn off the camera. But i want i wanna see yourself because remember last time we did it. I had made fun of everyone's background did. I'm sure people love being made fun of everyone knows. Wait the the poll that we had was the wedding dates and the bachelor if we think that they're bad luck or if they're cute and literally. Everyone said they're bad luck. So i was right. I mean yeah oh and we have one final. Rotted grandpa o. Wow how exciting brandy shout out to. La p that's it l. a. p. what do you think the p. stands for i would imagine her. Last name. pancreas pancreas what. If someone's last name was pancreas would be very odd or anus. That would be even odder. What if someone named the child avis. Not right ooh. You're not right timmy. And johnny and anus. Please don't ever do that. Anyone someone to do it just like laugh at it. Now they should. That would be great. I appreciate that I did used to know a guy named angus. Yeah and i was like Probably wouldn't have chosen that for my kid. Yeah it's too similar very very similar all right so all right well. Are you coming out here anytime soon. I didn't hit me up so it's fun. No not i am off to atlanta this weekend to play in buckhead and then the next week i am off to chicago for lollapalooza playing and miley plays thursday night. The festival and i play. There's day night at a club called underground start around midnight. So if you're going to lollapalooza come on out to the after party all right kitty in the city the windy city little kitty in the windy city have a v. That going on flyer. Yeah i like that. Oh i've news derek biggest sarah's out of town derrick come visit me and so i think like for one episode will either have them back on or rate. Yeah or we'll give you a week off if you want it. whatever. I don't know i right. I'd love to see derek. All right good times all right. Well laugh tears. We'll see you tomorrow night. No friday night. Friday night. Friday night babe. Did you know that because ovid nineteen up to one hundred sixty. Three million people are at risk of being pushed back into extreme poverty by end of twenty twenty one with collective action. We can change this. Global citizen is a movement of engaged citizens who used our voice to encourage action on today's biggest issues like defending.

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"bach" Discussed on Wells Adams and Brandi Cyrus's show

Wells Adams and Brandi Cyrus's show

05:33 min | 1 year ago

"bach" Discussed on Wells Adams and Brandi Cyrus's show

"My mom will say the same thing about me and as always made me feel uncomfortable. I'm being completely honest. Are you the baby and your family. And that's why i was the last one you know. Obviously we knew it was going to the bachelor ever walks up to you crying. You're in trouble. yeah you know. So she was like off camera behind tree crying somewhere him sweet guy. I wish the best he added he just needs to go on like what's the christian. Mingle kringle mingle not going that website. Exactly so then. They have the rose ceremony and like she shocks everyone by not giving andrew the rosie all i think even just in like facial expression guy was shocked that he got rose over. Andrew shocked away reverse. What did we think about the art painting. Dates situation there painting vaginas. I don't know what to tell you. Well that artist was painting vaginas. But blake's painting was it just a black square. It was very confused by that like a window into his soul. It's black and cold. Something weird guess so. The black square was weird and then just in it. I guess he is an artist. Like actually pains or something or draws. I don't know but he's was super weird. Do it was like. I think even one of the guys said like the rose in the middle is done really well. Rested is like a third grader. Stick people yet. When i was what he drew her. Before was the rose. I think he's only good at rose's again he's got like he watched like one bob. Ross fucking video about you know painting happy little roses and that's his only thing..

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Japanese PM Suga Says World Should See Safe Olympics Staged

AP News Radio

00:56 sec | 1 year ago

Japanese PM Suga Says World Should See Safe Olympics Staged

"Japan's prime minister says the world needs to see his country can stage a safe Olympics prime minister Yoshihito Sugata says the Olympics marked a turning point and then after a long tunnel and exit is now in our site Thomas Bach is chair of the international Olympic committee the Olympic Games Tokyo twenty twenty we'll give you amenity faith in the future Tokyo is under a corona virus state of emergency these athletes tray of the experience of perseverance with the people of Japan now the stage is set well the athletes to shine and inspire the world in Tokyo in nineteen seventy four year old for mako Torah Morrow says this is a gloomy unclear Olympics it was forced against the people's will there I think it will be remembered as a gloomy one sugo said the health and safety of the Japanese people and the Olympic gassed from overseas will be protected I'm a Donahue

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Medals Presented to Athletes on Trays at the Olympics

Le Show

01:35 min | 1 year ago

Medals Presented to Athletes on Trays at the Olympics

"The tokyo olympics. Well it'll be a lot of things but it will provide a model for hosting the games during a pandemic. that's going to happen again. I'm probably saw that's from tokyo. Twenty twenty ceo toshiro muto. This will be. The first olympic hell during a pandemic and tokyo will provide a model for how that is done. Muto said get the playbook now. The twenty twenty olympics are going to look a lot different than normal notably. They won't be any fans in attendance of course but viewers will notice a very significant change to another longstanding tradition. According to sporting news athletes will no longer received their medals by having them placed around their necks in stacked no. Don't get ahead of me here. Extent they will be presented on a trade to help reduce the potential spread of covert ioc. President thomas bach confirmed that the medals will not begin around the neck. He said according to the espn they will be presented on a trade. The athletes will take the metal him or herself. It will be made sure the person who will put the metal on trae. We'll do so only with disinfected gloves. So that the athlete can be sure that nobody touched them before. Bach also confirmed. There won't be contact among athletes during the medal ceremony. There will be. He said no shake hands and there will be no hug there during the ceremony. The athletes will place the metals around their own necks.

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IOC's Bach Gets Mixed Reaction in One-Day Visit to Hiroshima

AP News Radio

00:49 sec | 1 year ago

IOC's Bach Gets Mixed Reaction in One-Day Visit to Hiroshima

"International Olympic committee president Thomas Bach got a mixed reception in his visit to Hiroshima in Japan this is he met with an atomic bomb survivor everybody wears been here and to estimate this experience and has got this inspiration we'll leave here Russia as an ambassador for peace the Olympics start next week in Tokyo the city is under a coronavirus state of emergency there were protesters in her Rocha do you want to you know this you Kiana she because mother was an atomic bomb victims he says he's opposed to the Olympic Games saying as you can see from box actions they are trying to use the sports to make money Bach repeated the games in Tokyo will be safe and secure I'm a Donahue

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Olympic Athletes to Put on Own Medals at Tokyo Ceremonies

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | 1 year ago

Olympic Athletes to Put on Own Medals at Tokyo Ceremonies

"International Olympic committee president Thomas boxes athletes will not receive their medals around the neck it will be on a tray and then the athlete can put it on the person putting the metal on the tray will be using disinfected gloves Bach also says in Tokyo no hugs or handshakes during the ceremony he met with Japan's prime minister I would like to reaffirm all local on the side of the movie community to do everything that we do not the ring and he reached to the Japanese the IOC had previously said medalist and ceremony officials would have to wear masks with no fans watching boxsets crowd noise recorded from each event at previous Olympics will be fed into the arena I met Donahue

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IOC's Bach Arrives in Tokyo; Greeted by State of Emergency

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 1 year ago

IOC's Bach Arrives in Tokyo; Greeted by State of Emergency

"As the international Olympic committee's most senior official gets the Tokyo he's greeted by state of emergency plans IOC president Thomas Bach touchdown to find Japan's prime minister the few Heidi suka set to declare a state of emergency which is likely to result in a ban on fans after the Tokyo Olympics as coronavirus infections spread across the capital backs arrival comes just two weeks before the postponed to Tokyo Olympics is set to open the IOC I'm local organizes are attempting to hold the games during a pandemic despite opposition from the Japanese public and medical community I'm Charles de Ledesma

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A highlight from Interview with Crime Writer Richard Meredith: S. 7, Ep. 1

The Crime Cafe

02:08 min | 1 year ago

A highlight from Interview with Crime Writer Richard Meredith: S. 7, Ep. 1

"All about the craziness. what's it about. Well i say that the across nest is a crime. Silk throw without Police furlough agents or the military's just two men seeking justice against a brutal cartel is its unique so far. I think it's the only novel about the use of the crew. Some rains in the smuggling of cocaine. Between colombia mexico i kinda described as the mutant spawn of dos. Vote and savages. But it's us in a nutshell. The girls nestle story about to a giant bows dettori smuggler. Chase brenner who's innocent. Fishermen and for different reasons. Both men get cross Sideways with the bishops bach cartel and the box and the capo fernando. Cuervo they're desperate and are on the run and they figure the providers to bargain for their lives but they really don't have any leverage. So johnny west some inside information about the the cartel decide conceives a plan to hijack one of the cartel secret the narco submarines and figure with a hundred billion dollars worth cocaine in the onboard. They could cut a deal. And it's a great idea. Until cartels chief sicario mandate kudo kidnaps jason's family. Now things get a little more complicated. Johnny faces kind of the moral dilemma of his life. Ditch as the man who saved him from sure death or escape with rich beyond his wildest dreams and lose it all including his life to save jason away from family and from there. Others much mayhem on the road to resolution nutshell. That's interesting. it sounds like almost a little bit like a like an action adventure with psychological thriller thrown in there a little bit a little bit of all. The characters are flawed in some

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German Police Say 17th Century Paintings Found in Highway Dumpster

Red Eye Radio

00:15 sec | 1 year ago

German Police Say 17th Century Paintings Found in Highway Dumpster

"News German police appealed Friday for information about the possible owners of 2/17 century paintings discovered in a highway rest stop Dumpster. Police said A man found the oil paintings at the rest stop there. Orrin Bach in central Germany last month and later handed them

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Things Youll Only Find In Australia

That's Incredible

02:39 min | 1 year ago

Things Youll Only Find In Australia

"In australia. We have stinging ants stinging spiders stinging snakes stinging jellyfish stinging octopuses stinging stingrays. Should he got that from the stinging shocks stinging crocodiles stinging stone fish. Did i miss anything. Oh yeah stinging trees. Even the plants want to mess with you in this country. They used to be saying in sydney with three hours ahead of the rest of the country. Albridge alibaba an hour bradman off full of themselves. Those sydney saw us but everyone has to admit that is one impressive bridge that crosses the paddle in the middle of town to tell you the story of the harbour bridge. We've got a very special storyteller. Women love him men. Wannabe him dogs fall over themselves wanting to drop sticks his fate wrote this. Yes it's the one the only andrew data and this is the story of the bridge. The cd habat bridge links. The north shore of sydney haba to the central business district on the southern shore in precolonial times the traditional custodians of the north shoal. The camera google people would often venture to the southern shore where shellfish supplies were more plentiful. It's not wrong to say that. The commute across sydney harbour has been going on for as long as the area has been inhabited the custodians at the southern shore. The gaggle people cruise the harbor on bach. Canoes cold navy. The canoes made from bach stripped off domino trees. After heavy ryan when the material was strong but also flexible the navy set solo in the water that the silence of the first fleet. Don't the canoeist with bobbing around in the harbor. With no votes told the first commercial haba crossing was offered by an ex-convict of jamaican heritage cold. Billy blue now billy. Blues ferry service consisted of a robot which he often made the passengers road themselves. While billy dressed in a top hat entertained with stories and witty banter formal steam powered ferry services started in eighteen sixty one and by nine thirty two more than fourteen million ferry trips. A year would taken on the hob. There was talk of building a bridge across the narrowest part of the way back in eighteen. Fifteen and that was from convict. Architect francis greenway. He proposed the idea in a letter to the newspaper. But it took a major public health crisis to get the city to start thinking about making some serious plans. That health crosses the bubonic plague

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"bach" Discussed on CRUSADE Channel Previews

CRUSADE Channel Previews

03:23 min | 1 year ago

"bach" Discussed on CRUSADE Channel Previews

"Composer is none other than that great german baroque genius. Johann sebastian bach. Sixteen eighty five to seventeen fifty. We'll come back to that one though. Bach often vies with beethoven for the title of greatest classical composer of all time. I think box scares more people who are coming to classical music for the first time. He can seem so complex or even in approachable. Well today i'm going to play for you some music that will convince you. Otherwise as we survey his most beautiful and positively. Go away humming melodies. Yes this man could ride a good tune. I let me give you a very short overview of his incredible life being a composer in the baroque era of music. The eighteenth century was not a glamorous position the idea of the composer as kind of rockstar genius with a few exceptions did not come into vogue. Until beethoven who was born twenty years after bach died balk worked more or less humbly as a lutheran church organist and he wrote music for use in the parishes services there plus some secular pieces to be played at court or privately if you have acquired director in organised in your parish. Think how busy that person always seems to be and then multiply it by about ten times. Back was at once a great organised and a very good violinist both of which required hours of practice a full-time church music director and conductor and had to organize all the singers and players and their schedules. He taught private music lessons and he was even a private latin teacher. Get this. He was a father of twenty children. Not all at once. mind you. But he had a second wife after the first wife died so he was always an active family man mostly though he composed sixty huge fat volumes of music like a giant set of encyclopedias including hundreds of compositions of all kinds or castrol or keyboard kora music. Where did he find the time. And he didn't just write any old music. He wrote great music. One of the forms or genres of music at that. Time was the so-called cantata. A cantata was around twenty minutes of music including standard him and a variety of original music for use in a lutheran church service. Which at that time could go on for three hours and a new cantata was expected to be composed for many sundays of each new year. Bach wrote about three hundred of these cantatas but only a little under two hundred have survived. Here is a well known piece from one of his cantatas number. One hundred forty seven called yazoo.

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"bach" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

03:05 min | 2 years ago

"bach" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Justin Bach shields are relatively new listener here I love your stuff Hey welcome the team back Justin thank you so much I very much support president trump I would love to see him get reelected that said my perception is that he is struggling to find the right language to strike with the American people regarding these protests and stemming from that racism in general I think he has made tremendous inroads with African American through his actions prior to the situation and now fear he's potentially wasting all of that effort and potentially throwing away the election why doesn't he right now compassionately addressed the nation and take strong action immediately set up a commission to investigate racial injustices and set up two other separate commissions and police brutality and minority economic suppression and redouble his efforts to further engage their community I really think he's wasting an opportunity to help them and engage in much needed reform from them and thereby win much more of their and other minority support just a very very excellent analysis and and some very important questions raised I think that you have to remember that the people that are claiming that trump is that you know they want action from trump would not give him credit for actions no matter what he did whenever what he would do and also would not work with him on this and would criticize him for anything that he tried to do in this regard that issues with Republicans and you seen for a long time outreach to the African American community by Republican politicians is always mocked ridiculed maligned and people we on the left and the Democrats will say that it's it's insincere so while your ideas are our sound Justin I don't think it would have the intended effect because the left won't allow it to James writes block I've been seeing this from liberals calling trump a coward those who cry trump's account word because the secret service made him go into a bunker are the same ones you've been over three months hiding from a virus shield high from W. G. Y. Albany James you're smart man thanks for writing in April writes books here by far my favorite podcaster thank you for so much what you do well April thank you so much for writing in in the kind words you're right also writing I'm concerned that trump supporters were lukewarm supporters will get worn down with all of this by the end of the election by the time the election comes around we had to deal with years of bogus allegations and investigations I'll vote for trump and I'm worried that others will not just make it the not just be able to handle harassment and the stress of it and back off well that's what the left is hoping April so we can't give them what they want but I agree with you that suppressing trump supporters definitely a goal they have here Sydney Hey mark recent came across your podcasts have to say I love it I'm extremely appalled by the actions riders across the country I don't appreciate many I don't tell many people my political standpoints because where I'm from is becoming more blue I appreciate your podcasting thanks for speaking the truth Sydney great to have you thank you tell some friends about the show welcome the team Bach and that's gonna be it for today on the show at a time back tomorrow same time same place.

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"bach" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

11:45 min | 2 years ago

"bach" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"A pleasure to be with you and want to start by thanking Bach as always for the opportunity to fill his big shoes we've got a lot to get to during this episode as you may know this week I released my new book American in great detail on Omar and the progressive Islamist takeover of the Democratic Party which uses it on Omar as sort of the personification this symbol of where the Democratic Party is and is going and delves into the danger for American national security and ultimately our core values and principles to the extent this hostile takeover of the party continues so we'll get to that directly and issues that into some of the stories that we grapple with during today's episode we'll also talk about the corona virus that's where we'll begin at today's episode as well as a discussion on the corruption of our education system the Democratic Party showing that democracy dies in darkness he increasingly heightened confrontation with China in general and over while away and the all important six generation technology five G. technology in particular with David Goldman or education segment will be with my palm and of the federalist last but not least will also have a conversation with Michael Packer who is the producer of a spectacular new documentary on Clarence Thomas that I urge you to see but as noted the big talk today for the last several days is this financial pandemic in the form of coronavirus and if this story interestingly enough implicates a major theme that I've talked about on any number of episodes filling in for Bach dealing with U. S. China relations the threat of the Chinese Communist Party it's nature and ultimately what the consequences are for all of us to the degree to which it remains as strong as it has been so I want to talk about the coronavirus story in context of what it says about China and then what it says about America in our reaction to it frankly the shameful sickening and disgusting reaction that we've seen from the last politicizing an issue that cannot be politicized just like national security should never be politicized because it deals with the life and limb of American citizens so too it should be the same with anything public health wise that is as major as this potential pandemic what started there with China where this whole thing started about ten days ago Jimmy why a media tycoon RT into hawk anti Chinese Communist Party figure in Hong Kong and owner of the apple daily newspaper which frequently takes a confrontational tone towards the Chinese Communist Party read article in the Wall Street journal that I urge you to pick up to read it and let it absorb a little bit because it describes the nature of China and also what it means for us I'm gonna read a little from that article and you understand why in a moment he wrote there exists today no vaccine for the corona virus now in goals in China that is a challenge for president xi jin ping as he struggles to contain it but the spread of the corona virus has revealed a truth that poses a much greater risk to Mister Shea there is no cure for Chinese communism except the collapse of the party the more she Mr she pursues his authoritarian agenda the more distrust you will sell at home and abroad far from transforming Beijing into the world's leading superpowers his policies once said keep China from taking its rightful place of honor in a peaceful modern integrated world this much should already be clear from how badly Chinese authorities have botched their response to a virus that each day claims more innocent Chinese lives he goes on to describe the Chinese authorities quashing those doctors who are speaking out in the war on province where this outbreak started when the outbreak did happen in a seafood market was identified as a probable origin of the virus local authorities close it down they had the threat telling the public that the market was merely being renovated in other words as the outbreak was already under way the local government did what communist governments always do cover up deception is China's true real rule of law and when you stop right there deception has been at the core of every communist totalitarian regimes in the history of mankind why because the truth is the strongest weapon against is our talent tarian regime that's why they need to control the flow of information and by the way why they want to control all information and communications around the world through as we talk about about winter dominating says generation five G. network infrastructure why goes on now the world must start asking something that Chinese people living under communism ask themselves every day how reliable can China's political social and economic institutions be when it's local government leaders routinely lie to their citizens and superiors alike Mr she has no understanding of this he talks of a people's war on the corona virus has mobilize vast resources to combat communist governments excel in mobilizing resources because their command economists had these big actions quarantining entire cities deploying the military putting hospitals overnight can look impressive efficacy is hobbled by the lack of free communication and that's what prevented Dr way the doctor who was a whistleblower on this himself succumb to the virus February seventh from getting his findings out in a way that might have avoided much of this pain and had the same problem makes it so that no one in China can ever trust what anyone else says that goes for Mr xi himself China's president cannot trust the information is getting the lack of trust means you must make decisions in the dark no institution can function effectively this way would stop for a moment just to point out that again the free flow of information is pivotal to free society is precisely because good ideas compete with bad ideas and hopefully the best ideas went out if we're not suicidal in capitalism why does capitalism work because there are price signals their prices tell us how much people desire of the product and how much they're willing to pay for it coordinate the actions of the millions of people hundreds of millions billions of people and tell those who are bringing those goods and services to market whether or not they're doing the right job in fulfilling the demand properly to profits and losses that can be analogize to governments making decisions as well to the extent they have to intervene in different areas of our lives if you have no price signals you fail ultimately that's why all these communist countries do all intimately fail but they can hang on for an awful long time create a ton of misery and kill millions of people in the process we continue a little bit from this article the Communist Party sees things differently it's leaders are betting the projects such as about the road initiative while he's advanced five G. wireless network in the made in China twenty twenty five industrial policy will ensure China's global supremacy in the decades ahead he says let's assume for the moment that this is true with our institutions in a culture of trust the China dream will prove empty the Chinese Communist Party continues to roll using deception and fear but is a corona virus evolves into a global pandemic it undermines the case for us are Terry incompetence even worse for party leaders as a potential for public unrest when the fear of death seems more menacing and immediate than the fear of dictatorship he closes out his article by saying this the devil's bargain Mr she has always offered the people of China is this surrender your freedom in exchange will enjoy continuing material improvement in your day to day lives the consequence of surrender your freedom may be losing your life that becomes a much harder sell today Mister she is still seeking more control as a means to stop the corona virus control does not mean stability especially when it helps create and feed a health epidemic if the corona virus does nothing more than expose this single interest as revolutionary as any event in China's history let's just point out that our Democratic Party today wants control over every aspect of our economy and in particular health care they want to nationalize healthcare system we see what happens in China when you have a commanding control economy so maybe those who are attacking our president this administration want to step back a second and look in the mirror and in the next segment we will talk about that but I want to turn this back to the fact the story of Jimmy ally himself who wrote this op ed it was revealed that he was arrested today in Hong Kong Friday in Hong Kong quote according to one article for taking part in an unauthorized anti government March last year amid this is city's most serious political crisis for decades let me repeat that again he writes a sob and ten days ago talking about the Chinese communist party's failures with respect to coronavirus ten days later arrested in Hong Kong for his role suppose it away in protest question when wrote a great piece on this I urge your readers on fox business where he notes that he and two others Jimmy Ryan two others were charged a release for illegal assembly so call related to one of the scores have mass gatherings against the government has taken place since last June enter one a pro democracy member of Hong Kong's Legislative Council observed quote the three were not even organizers this is clearly a political persecution authorities also reportedly charged with allegedly intimidating reporter in twenty seventeen by using foul language that journalists work for oriental daily a pro Beijing competitor newspaper in reality the Hong Kong government whose activities are increasingly directed me by Beijing and the Chinese Communist Party is trying to use a disastrous corona virus outbreak to its advantage protests have dropped off due to concern about the outbreak rather than focus all their energy and public health authorities are evidently hoping instead to crackdown on pro democracy sentiments this politics before house conduct fits with actions by China's communist government on the mainland which included harassing doctors warn of the outbreak and misleading the world of its severity and scope so what is my take away from all this before we talk about the impact on America and what our response has been we cannot afford it certainly should not rely on China for anything essential and you may have seen so many of the everyday medicines that we use in this country are produced in China delivered by China parts using American weaponry in our vehicles in our computers and other critical technology that we use every second of every day made in China the network infrastructure for the phones that we rely on to the extent is while way back ten even if it's not related to allow an S. while I necessarily made in China you want to make the case for decoupling from China why we need to shift our supply chains away exhibit a this pandemic not even to mention sars and other problems that we've seen before this you cannot be tied inextricably intertwined to a Chinese Communist Party led China you can't and when I come back we'll talk about the way that the Democrats cynically shockingly sickening way are trying to capitalize on this crisis this is been going on in the back section here on the blog section show the back just after this let's say you're shopping online with your smartphone.

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"bach" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

01:40 min | 3 years ago

"bach" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"Bach. we'll be doing this time one oh two good afternoon American life and this is a service of apple support imports breaking news in Austin police lieutenant has been arrested and is in Williamson County jail accused of sexual assault of a child forty seven year old lieutenant does to Lee was booked after the alleged assault last Thursday court documents show Lee faces a first degree felony the capital area metropolitan planning organizations transportation policy board meets today take up several items including adding the city of Austin Bergstrom spur study at a cost of nine hundred and fifty thousand dollars this even old railroad line to the former Bergstrom airforce base can become a passenger line and trail to the airport they could also prove a transportation demand management plan designed to change how you behave about getting around with five hundred thousand dollars for its implementation they'll also consider adding the city of Kyle as a non voting Campbell member Eric idle ready news ready okay LBJ UT president Greg fender said in a letter today since the admission scandal that implicated in men's tennis coach they examine the admission of over eight hundred student athletes over an eighteen year period and found no other improper admissions fender said the strength in the process and investigate any student athlete the drops out of their sport shortly after starting college Kaylee Jayne is signed one oh three looking at Austin's on time traffic you're dealing with slow traffic conditions on northbound I. thirty five from just pass water to Stastny and again from just password were to the decks southbound I. thirty five your Salona from dean keeping the old sore for crash cleared up FM nine sixty nine at Burlison.

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"bach" Discussed on The Eddie Trunk Podcast

The Eddie Trunk Podcast

01:46 min | 3 years ago

"bach" Discussed on The Eddie Trunk Podcast

"All right. Once again, our guest on the trunk podcast this week is the former lead singer of, of former lead singer Sebastian Bach. The former lead singer of skid row Sebastian Bach. A my news making interview from about a week ago that happened on my Sirius XM show, trunk nation on volume channel one. Oh, six where Baz called into talk about his just announced tour playing the first skid row album in its entirety and here is how that conversation went enjoy? Were you sleeping happen? Any I'm kinda getting ready for my tour so getting my security and rhythm in order. Do I get it? I'm not turn to man. I get it. Trust me. I fall asleep at the weirdest time but anyways up and I'm ready to talk to you Eddie about a bunch of things actually that we need to get to here. So. All right. Well, I know that you said that you had, I know that you said, you had a major announcement in addition. Now it's about the tour. Do we want to do that right up front or or what? Well, let's talk about the tour I and I'll get to that. And there's a couple of other points that I'd like to discuss you. Okay. So. The tour as I as I said, before, I don't know how many people remember this, but you were on with me. I don't know. You've been on would be a ton of times about a year ago. And I remember you distinctly saying that next year is the thirtieth anniversary of the first good ro record which I couldn't believe, but of course it is. And you were like if we're not going to do anything together as a band, and they're not going to play the record and celebrate it with me. I'm going to go do it with my own band..

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