35 Burst results for "Barney"

Joe Rogan, and the Media Double Standard

The Larry Elder Show

01:29 min | 3 months ago

Joe Rogan, and the Media Double Standard

"That joy Reid said in her blog 2008 referring to Charlie Crist whom she suggested was gay. Quote, I can see poor Charlie on the honeymoon. Ogling the male waiters and thinking to himself God, do I really have to see her naked? Who says that? She even walked Ann coulter using transgender stereotypes. Not a problem. In a 2005 blog post, titled postmark America read wrote a post about Tony Blair's son, visiting bathhouses in the U.S., while in turning for David dreyer, the former California House member. And the post also referred to former lawmaker Barney Frank, the first openly gay member of the House. As a quote absolute bollocks poacher, close quote. Now joy Reid's apologized for all this, although I never heard her apologize for being a 9 11 truther that to me has not been addressed. But Joe Rogan just apologized.

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"barney" Discussed on Tape Notes

Tape Notes

05:28 min | 7 months ago

"barney" Discussed on Tape Notes

"Relationship with him for ages and said, we were like, oh, we should get some trumpets, and I was like, oh, Johnny would be great. And then he came down and put that down as well. So that's really good. That's nice. And yeah, it's a good thing we mentioned him. Yeah, he might be listening to the podcast. And that's it. It's pretty much amazing. Yeah. He's like, but I think that's the interesting thing about the whole record is this combination of samples, but also real instruments and using things that are around you as well, know all kind of go into the whole stew. For one of a better work. So that was blown steam open up your mind. We're going to take a break, but which song should we look at next? Should we go to the locket? The one that we made a full start on this time we're going to give you the rocket definitely. So the next time we're going to look at with mister dukes and Barney artist is the locket, the song we try to look at. And then we go at the timeline right and sorted that out. But the lock it seems important because in a title track opening track on the album, and again, in a way, even though, like blowing steam open up your mind, it's a dissertation, or it sets out your stall, Noah is a kind of explanation or a lot of things. Clearly, a lot of words. Definitely, no, definitely. It kind of introduces what the whole record's about, both in sonically and what you're speaking about, which is a 100% of the important. Yeah, I think we make an amusement was easy. I think everything else is quite a difficult, so the name of the album we had a very we were going through our website. Because we kept texting each other like, you know, later night when we were really high, being like, what do you think of this one man? I'm just getting roasted. And it's so funny. We're both as guilty as each other. Oh, you're real, real bad. I feel bad. You wake up and I say a lot. And it's funny because some things are really chewed about, but some things are really stubborn on and so some of the discs because we can take the Mick out of each other. Some of the roasting that we did, oh my God, it's hilarious because we just might not hold him back. That is the worst name I've ever heard. Well, I think my worst one was easily impressed. But I was like, who's easel and who's brush? I say it's like a CBC show. I had a really I remember my own with my world terrible. I think I had the worst one. What was it? Oh, find a layer. Yeah, we'll find it later. But so basically when we kind of set upon the lock it was trying to figure out what does this album mean? And I think because we made the majority of it in lockdown, which was obviously really, really tough. So just to some backstory, so I had been working in retail for ten years. And I got made redundant in April last year. So I was literally done in April, I was like, oh my God, what am I going to do with myself? And then we kind of locked in. And so on one level, it was like musically that was really important and great. But just on a personal level, to have somebody that's like, for me a genius like Jack has been doing this for ages and is an incredible songwriter an incredible musician, but also has tried them the path of a full-time musician for a very long time. And so I think what happened with this record was just like, you kind of can feel our friendship, jump saying really, really blossoming, and the brotherhood, I think, and a lot of love got poured into this record because it was really vulnerable. It was kind of started in June, so there's a lot of stuff was happening. Black Lives Matter stuff was happening. A lot of conversations were happening. And we and him were just in this kind of bubble of just like, just kind of a better word juking it out. Dissecting what was happening around us just together like yeah. Come in and before we'd even turn the computer off, we didn't see just be like making sense of everything and just chatted for hours. Yeah. And I think that's such an important thing is that I wish people got the opportunity to communicate with other people from different walks of life, because I think that's where change happens. I think that's where friendships are born. And London is very fast and speedy and can be quite lonely at times because everyone kind of stays within their own bubbles and what's great about this is that we kind of like two worlds colliding and we literally part of each other's families. My mom and mom loves him. I've met his dad a mom and they love me and I think that's what's beautiful about the record. So the reason why the record was called the locket is because we wanted to have something about it's about memories. And I think this album was made in such a dark time, but there's so much positivity and love. And so when we ever re listen to this, it's always going to remind us of that time where we kind of started this beautiful friendship, like a locket wood and you put memories in that lock it. And so this kind of title track kind of summarizes that with it. Yeah sure. Yeah, beautifully. And so that thought came first before you started writing the words, or did you play it was it another scenario of playing a beat and then I think you played by being inspired? I think there was you've written a lot of it and then there was this last line. Yeah. You hadn't finished it and there's some particularly early demos. And he was worried he was like, how much are you gonna do? It was such an important life as a music stops and it drops out and then and then it all came perfectly into place. You finished off what you were saying by putting it on in a locker. Yeah. And then we were like, it's a great title. Yeah. Fuller lock it with memories we protect and don't forget, keep it on your neck and the idea is yet. It's all good poor memories of something but don't forget to keep it on you. Fantastic. Let's hear the master version and then explore.

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"barney" Discussed on Tape Notes

Tape Notes

05:21 min | 7 months ago

"barney" Discussed on Tape Notes

"That was the debate was made. The vocals were done at pink purchased. Right. Okay, so this is your old studio also in Tottenham. Yeah, yeah, just down the road. Right. Because I'm looking around for a bass guitar or a double basket. A drum kit. I was just about to say yes. I think back then I definitely played a lot more instruments. And actually, my manager was here the other day, and he was like, we were coming up with an idea for a song and he said, oh yeah, why didn't you just put it down on the drums? And instead of just like moving a few feet over to play the kit. I just stayed where I was and sampled. That sound put a drum cover of a AAS on YouTube with some like 18 year old sporty kid like playing the drums I was like, yeah, I just take that spent 5 minutes cutting it up into the thing I wanted. My Angela was like, had his head in his hand. You've paid for a drum kit. And some microphones just get up and play. I want made it more angry with that. It sounded really good. That's what I remember. You can get away with it, which is why I'm so angry. But I do just love manipulating sounds now more than I don't know if it's a healthy combination of laziness and finding just finding that a lot of the time you make something more unique if you manipulate something else and steal it and change it. It has this sort of edge to it and this character to it rather than when you just play it into expensive equipment and it sounds pristine. It sounds beautiful. Nowadays I think people are seeking things that are twisted and warped and messed around with and that's a sound that a lot of people like. And I do too. Yeah. That's fascinating. So in a way, like now you've got this new studio, and you've kind of streamlined it. There is a snare. I just hit this there. But there's not a hell of a lot of equipment in here. There's a keyboard. There's some compressor type stuff. And it's just a lot of it's done on with YouTube. And yet you are a multi instrumentalist. No. Yeah. It's all locked in your head. It's all there. Just waiting to be used. It's a phase. Are you happy about this phase bar? Do you think this is a constructive thing? We've had many of the songs we're going to do next, which is an argument. We had to make the soma because we ran out of money because Jack had been sampling so much. So we had to make a song with no samples. So even we've been working on new music as well. So I've been like, Jack, no samples. He's like, no. But if my creativity, so you don't understand me. You don't get me, man. I'm like, no, let's not sample, but it's really interesting. The way that we work together because I think one of the things is probably other than blowing steam, but a lot of the other songs. The relationship that we have in terms of production, obviously, focuses more on production and I focus more on lyrics, but there is massive crossover where I will be like, oh, let's move that over here. Let's put that over there and the same way with my lyrics. I send over my lyrics to Jack and we had them on the screen. It's kind of like a really annoying supply teacher. And he goes. Let's make that one out. But yeah, but I think that's what's really amazing about our work in relationship is that it's very collaborative. Very collaborative. And in a way, being able to focus on your strengths and the different things that you can bring to it in different ways. Which is really exciting. And so in a way, though, using the sample to help unlock this particular track, but the other thing is interesting because your reaction to it was instant you started writing words Barney. Yeah. But also what you're saying. Because it's almost like, is that a message to self, but it's also a message to the world. We all need to open our minds. And we use saying to yourself, no, I can't judge Jack. I might have been drinking anymore. I love him and we love talking about various different things, but no any preconceptions I had musically about what he was going to play me. I have to throw out the window because I've got to open up my mind. That was a very eloquent way of putting it. I'm going to definitely still that. I think with rapping, the older I kind of got the more I appreciate the different facets of it and what you can do and how you can kind of connect with people. And so I think with this one, it was kind of like a mission statement. It's kind of like within ten. It's like, you know, open up your mind. And the lyrics are very borderline of braggadocios a little bit, but also very stern. I'm saying, you know, this is we are not joking when it comes to wrapping. I take this very seriously, which I feel like my favorite MCs have always kind of done that and you know I think one of the most important things about a wrapping is understanding when to do certain things. When to be super duper lyrical, when to take it back and have space and I think this one was very much the beat like constantly and I'm not stopping like I just keep going and going and going. And then we have that beautiful bliss moment when a chorus comes in which is the melody and I think that's what's cool about the song is that it's me driving like really, really fast and then we have that beautiful gap where everyone kind of like sing along and just have a good time or whatever, which gives me a breather and then I go straight back in again. And so yeah, this one is like just a real hip hop tune and some of the best things I love about him seeing, which is, you know, being aggressive with it, being playful with it having charisma and all that. Yeah. But what he's saying is really interesting because and I'm reminded I was watching a documentary of the night and there was talking about one of the original clashes or wars between two different people from New York..

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"barney" Discussed on Tape Notes

Tape Notes

03:46 min | 7 months ago

"barney" Discussed on Tape Notes

"So this is just me. And the sun will come in. It's just this. This soft thing that suddenly transformed into the most ladder. It's amazing. It's welcome to the club. Yeah. Because as you say, it's a gentle sound, you know? And it's kind of soothing in a way. And it's interesting even on the original dance inferno that it changes. You know, they have this lovely bit at the beginning and then they go off into their jazz funk world or just go world or whatever, you want to describe it as. Yeah, it's funny. I think the other bit does sound like a more classic sample, almost. But so then once you had that and you add this so you clearly it got you hooked, you know, that kind of melody and you fell in love with it and decided to use it. And it was that kind of a random thing. It's just like, you happen to have that shoved to you by YouTube and you think, oh, wait a minute, and just quickly record it and then fiddle about with it. Yeah, so a lot like even when we met, it was everything happens very quickly. And for me that I mean, I'm talking about when we did this song. Everything's so spontaneous and it's the same with me doing the beat before I met Barney is. I think when something's got something special about it and it's going to work really well, it's usually happening quickly and without much obstruction, and its songs which I let labor over that sometimes don't end up being that great. And I think it all just I found the sound probably like just by accident and thought oh, what happens if I reverse it and then it sounded quite cool and then I think I just started playing jumps along to it and then singing and then it was pretty much done in probably like an hour. Yeah. And then when I came to Barney again, it was you found it so easy to write and it all just came quite naturally. A 100%. And talking about this kind of stuff in interviews has made me think about how you write songs and how when people say how did you write that for the really big songs? It's almost always like, I don't really know it just happened. And I think that's almost a sign of a good song. It's when something, it's almost something sort of magical happened. But choices and decisions do come into play. I mean, so you've got that lovely hook, but then you want to put some drums to it. What kind of drums are you going to play? Yeah, well, I guess it was interesting that we're saying how soft that is, but it has become something very aggressive. And I think that's coming from the drums because the beat when it comes in, it does hit you quite hard. So the first thing I would have done is just gone into the little drum room and played this. So this is me actually playing. I think you can actually hear me hummingbird. So that's actually playing on the kit. So you're just using the box. You're playing on a kit. And gently humming away. And then the beef up, we've just got a kick and snare I think that. So that's kind of the power of it. And then this real drum stick gives it kind of a skipness. So that's with the real drums in it. And then I added some pride base. Very example. So this wasn't in the studio. This was in pink bird studio. I know, to the beat was made in Jack's old studio..

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"barney" Discussed on Tape Notes

Tape Notes

02:08 min | 7 months ago

"barney" Discussed on Tape Notes

"Had too much now it's happy with this. No chucks, I think one thing is like chuck is a massive part of the album and even like us doing live shows. He's been one of my best Friends for a very long time, and my DJ for a while, but he's just kind of coming through his own. He's just such an important cog sort of like, you know, how it was in the 80s and in the early 90s, which was the DJ had a name. It was important. And so if you look at Randy MC jam master Jay and that kind of stuff, it was really important for us to have that kind of centralized thing in our group. I mean, he plays a set before we go on that could just be like he could just carry on and it would be a great show. Yeah, yeah, exactly. That's amazing. I've never had that before. Yeah. Jack loves it. I guess so pumped before a show. I'm like, yes, Jack is a rap show. It's cool. Relax. That's interesting. You think I standard? And I guess we expected a hip hop show, but at the same time, it does elevate the mood. It does lift the crowd and get them in the right place. Yeah, we headline the show like a couple days ago and yeah, chuck's absolutely killed it before. The first show we did latitude was hilarious because at first I was calming Barney down. I was definitely at the time I was like, you know, played lots of festivals. Let me talk about it. Let me help him out. 5 minutes later when trucks has been DJing, I'm a mess, and Barney's coming up to me being like, you're all right Jack, it's gonna be fun. I'm too excited. It was brilliant. Yeah. That's brilliant. So what are the ingredients then Jack that you had put together in your cooking pot? Yeah, so I had to play to balm. I can play the sample. This is one of those ones where a lot of the time when you make a track you don't remember anything about it and listening back you're like, why did I do that? And when I listen to this sample, I can't believe that I ever thought to sample it because it's an incredibly dissonant piece of music. I mean that puzzle was so lovely a bit more classic..

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Betty Lynn, Thelma Lou on 'The Andy Griffith Show,' has died

AP News Radio

00:44 sec | 7 months ago

Betty Lynn, Thelma Lou on 'The Andy Griffith Show,' has died

"Actor Betty Lynne best known for playing Thelma Lou on The Andy Griffith Show has died at the age of ninety five she died Saturday after a brief illness I'm marquees are a letter with a look at her career Betty Lynn had a thirteen year career acting in other TV series and films before she landed the part of Barney Fife's sweetheart on The Andy Griffith Show some of her first gigs were performing as part of U. S. O. Campe shows in nineteen forty four well Lynn lived in Los Angeles for a good part of her career in two thousand seven she moved permanently to Mount Airy North Carolina where the Andy Griffith show was filmed she said in a twenty fifteen AP interview she was tickled that people still wanted her autograph I'm touched by all of this I I think it's a miraculous kind of thing

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Ranging Bull: 'Barney' eludes capture days after farm escape

AP News Radio

00:49 sec | 11 months ago

Ranging Bull: 'Barney' eludes capture days after farm escape

"An escaped bull has eluded capture for several days on Long Island New York despite all kinds of attempts to lure him including treats and a female companion the fifteen hundred pound bull escaped slaughter Tuesday Frankie Florida with strong island animal rescue says they've tried a lot of things to capture him starting with a bat and tranquilizer guns effective day we set up nice greeting how dare to attract him you know with the person down in her scent not get more third day we set up a trap I think with it you bring loaded door we put out ballot but we put all type stuff that he would like it treats the radio says the ball is around matter bill and has plenty of fresh water grass and food so likely is staying put but once captured will go to an animal sanctuary Julie Walker on Long Island

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Ranging Bull: ‘Barney' Eludes Capture Days After Farm Escape

AP News Radio

00:40 sec | 11 months ago

Ranging Bull: ‘Barney' Eludes Capture Days After Farm Escape

"The search continues for a bull on the loose in the burbs of New York City he escaped from a slaughter on Long Island to stay in there been sightings lately around matter bill as well as lots of jokes is not being funny about it they can keep their job and felt a bit like you we're concerned about animal safety thank you Florida with strong island animal rescue says ball the ball is not dangerous you wouldn't want to get into a car crash with a fifteen hundred pound animal so the search continues I've been in with optimal placement we have been with our night vision we've been flying drones we've been patrolling the area once found he'll be sent to a sanctuary Julie Walker on Long Island

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Shelly Barney Created the Insta Run Club so No Runner Feels Alone

We Are The Runners Show

01:34 min | 11 months ago

Shelly Barney Created the Insta Run Club so No Runner Feels Alone

"Think it's neat because there's always that chance. I have a lot of encouragement. Like i have people that you know. I'm surrounded by that. Cheer me on in this endeavor of running later in life and encouraged me. But there's always that chance that there's somebody out there that doesn't have you know that that opportunity to have others around them and to encourage them on and i think in this space you've created that for people so i i just think that is such an incredible opportunity that you have given to others to be able to encourage others to share them on when normally maybe wouldn't path that's a huge part of it. You're saying that a care up you tired of it because running and somebody that i. I run a loan right. I knew a lot of runs solo. Because i just i'm not around. I don't live close enough with other runners or you know i. I don't right now. In so i do a lot of rain on my own money ten. He'll berry. I don't want people to include four but quite right and so it's one of those things where you're running alone but you don't have to be you know you get running. You can go tell your community what you just did and how people cheer you on. I think that's the most important part in that other very motivating for you know a lot of people as well. So that's all that's been really important that making sure everyone feels supported to especially depend on and now coming out of it

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Leadership Lessons From Trekking up Mount Everest Twice

The Small Business Radio Show

02:30 min | 1 year ago

Leadership Lessons From Trekking up Mount Everest Twice

"But i love the story you told during your x speech where someone said. Well you went to everest. But you didn't get to the top choices. I guess she didn't get to the top ever so you can tell a story about being i think. He was at j. P. morgan or smith barney. Right j. p. morgan central. Tell that story to our listeners. Because i think it's brilliant story about failure and success. Yeah so so understand when we got back from the mountain in two thousand two as the first american women's expedition sponsored by the ford motor company. Because were the first team of american women attempting this mountain. We had a lot of media coverage four hundred fifty media outlets fodder climb and then we didn't make it and so we had to go back and do the big media tour talking about this failure and it was such a public failure and to have to talk about this failure constantly. All these media interviews just felt like a punch to the gut right because everyone was so focused on the fact that we didn't make it and i really internalize that failure. And i went to dinner party when i got back home to san francisco and the host of the dinner party was introducing the gas and he said oh. Hey this is my friend. Alison she just climb out address. And then the guy that was sitting across the table for me. He looked at me and he said oh no way. That's awesome all the way to the top and i said We'll know unfortunately we we were forced to turn around just a couple of hundred feet from the top storm. And he said oh so. You didn't climb. Mt ever and i was like. Oh wait. hang on hang on. I told mow story about how we spent two months on that now and we just had super lousy luck with the weather. You know we were just a couple of hundred feet from the top and had to turn back and gave him this whole lecture about getting to top optional. Getting down as mandatory and he said that's all great and everything. But here's the you know. The bottom line is if you're in at the very top then you didn't climb it. It doesn't count. So i just i was like all right What do you do tough guy. And he said. I worked for j. p. morgan so of course i replied with Oh no way you are the. Ceo of j. p. morgan and he said no. I didn't say i was the ceo. I i work in fixed. Income trading my said. Oh well then. I guess you don't really work for j. p. morgan do because if you're not the very top that it doesn't

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"barney" Discussed on Encyclopedia Womannica

Encyclopedia Womannica

05:04 min | 1 year ago

"barney" Discussed on Encyclopedia Womannica

"Natalie was born on october thirty first. Eighteen seventy six in dayton ohio to a wealthy family from an early age. Natalie was drawn to art writing in the french-language her family had homes in. Cincinnati washington d. c. And bar harbor maine. Natalie also went to an exclusive boarding school in france. Natalie was very intelligent and defiant. She earned the nickname. The amazon for riding her horse astrid instead of sidesaddle as was customary for women at the time in eighteen ninety six. Natalie moved to paris time in her work. She focused on writing poetry and short form pieces and french. These writings focused on love and grief inspired by the classics. Natalie also spent much of time socializing settling in her stream. Non monogamous lover's began. Natalie was unabashedly herself and was open about her sexuality. She said i am a lesbian. One need not hide it or boast it still her sexual exploits were fodder for much gossip in paris. Her love life in fired. Many acclaimed works of literature including land pujols even in nineteen one and radcliffe halls. The well of loneliness in nineteen twenty eight in one thousand nine hundred. Natalie published a book of love poems. Two women that caused great scandal especially with her family after the collection made headlines in the washington papers. Natalie's father alpert stormed into the publisher's office to buy and destroy every remaining copy and printing plate of the work. The controversy didn't deter natalie from being her authentic self. She said mike weirdness is not a vice is not deliberate and harms. No one in nineteen. To natalie's father passed away and natalie inherited a substantial amount of money seven years later in nineteen o nine. Natalie moved to rusia kkob and launched. What would become a long lasting weekly literary salon every friday. Natalie entertained intellectuals artists at her home from colette to f scott fitzgerald gertrude. stein and truman capote writers. Would mingle share their work. And listen to others natalie. Particularly used her own influence to support the work of women literary salon was an institution through the roaring twenties in nineteen twenty seven. Natalie took a step further in her support of women. Writers and helped found a group called the academy. Defend a response to the all-male bastion of academie francaise. The group included many famous women writers of the day and its members got additional attention at salons where they could read their in progress or yet to be published work in nineteen thirty. Natalie published the one who is legion. Her only novel in english. The book follows the story of a person who commits suicide and is brought back to life as genderless being with no memory as world war two began. Natalie moved to florence with her longest lasting partner. Romaine brooks natalie's allegiance during world. War two is unclear. Some sources say she was supportive of the fascist other suggests that she may have shared support for the fascists to avoid deportation that she was one eighth. Jewish whatever the case. Natalie did help jewish couple flee from italy to the united states in nineteen forty-six natalie and remain moved back to paris to find natalie's house it rusia kkob uninhabitable. It took three years of restoration for natalie to move back in and restart her friday salons throughout it. All natalie kept writing in nineteen sixty three. Natalie published her last novel at the age of eighty six a few years later after fifty years together natalie and romain broke up around that same time. Natalie was served notice for cope apartment..

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How Two Detroit Lions Inspired Marvin Gaye's Whats Going On

ESPN Daily

01:48 min | 1 year ago

How Two Detroit Lions Inspired Marvin Gaye's Whats Going On

"Just intensely. Thank you for joining me. It's an honor and privilege and a pleasure to be here. My man thank you for having. Well you bring with you a story that i'm incredibly excited about the story that you reported here for us about marvin. Gay's attempt to join the detroit. Lions i mean where does the start the two main players for the lions. That story revolves around. Is this guy lombardi. Who is an nfl hall of fame. Cornerback and mel farr. But here's how the story goes back in the summer of nineteen sixty eight farney far. They were about to start their second season with the lions and they have both earned rookie of the year honors the season before offensive and defensive of the year the rookies rookie in nineteen sixty. Seven was melpar limbaugh. What's the surprise of the season to everyone except the coaches who drafted him. Barney's playing golf at home apart. Golf course in detroit and if you know anything about detroit and the golf courses back then that that's where a lot of the black celebrities from mozart. Act joe louis so on and so forth and barney was a huge fan of marvin gaye. The attendant at the golf course so like marvin gaye lives right here. You should go introduce yourself. He not door. He didn't know what he was going to say to him. At that point and marvin revenue being annoy was actually happy to see him and barney. Two views like oh. I didn't even know you knew who i was and gave him like. Oh you're barney. He ran down his stats. Like it was like pro football reference dot com and in the late sixties. They have breakfast. They talk about sports. They talk about music and then they immediately hit it off

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"barney" Discussed on Strange Brew Podcast!

Strange Brew Podcast!

07:45 min | 1 year ago

"barney" Discussed on Strange Brew Podcast!

"And of course our own sun system with a place where they go frequently occasionally. That should give me fucking chills down my spine. This is a weird weird ephedra freezing though frequently or occasionally every day or like once every explaining that they're either they're often and they fall these trade routes often and then the ones. She said that her broken up or once they They haven't traveled much. I understand that. I just don't like that. That paraphrasing does that not bother us has frequently or occasionally so means that she said we visited and we know. That's what i'm talking in. Noah says the frequent or occasionally so thinking about. Why mean be there every day or once every seven traveling at light. Speed and speeds that will never understand. And this physical form being on this planet weird paraphrasing. That's confusing. Let's get into a little bit of the interview in general. So this is george morton talking. And i'll do voices out here. You go and early morning. Hours of september one thousand nine hundred ninety six one betty and barney hill were exchanging traveling and desert new hampshire highway. When an event occurred that would change a life forever. Betty it was beautiful night. The moon was very bright. Calm and relaxed. The radio was playing. When i saw a strange light in the sky came out over the highway and stopped directly in front of us. Oh what what. Betty thought she saw was a flying saucer. At this point barney got out with his noculars and attempt to identify the craft. And how is he looked up. He could see a row of men standing in the windows. Looking down at him the craft began to descend and he had the feeling he was being abducted at first. Betty and barney hill recalled only shadowy fragments of what happened that night but much later under hypnosis through memories came in sharper focus. The leader was telling me something. I can see it in his face. These tapes were recorded during noces with barney hill. And this is barney. Give me strength. i've gotta get away. Oh according to the hills extraordinary tell they were forced to board a flying saucer by creatures from space as far as we know we probably at least in modern day life the first time the first ones to have face to face contact with astronauts from another solar system. Betting barney may have been the first but are certainly not the last to report an alien abduction and since that night on the lonely highway thirty three years ago thousands have come forward changing that they too are victims of folk kidnapping recall plus poor suggesting that millions of americans believe in them including budd hopkins. Where the fuck and nineteen sixty four. The cold at an alien telepathic powers. Very much like betty and barney hill discovered just days after the broadcast. Like anything that happened. That's fine. I don't like all of that. What you just bothered me and maybe a line. And i don't like any of that so wrong. I'm going to have nightmares in this in this session. Barney had many recollections such as meeting. This is fucking crazy. Talk about fucking crazy. Shit fucking crazy and their special case so we didn't get him this too much but they swore they saw fucking white. Do's and fucking nazi regalia looked like fucking s s officers fucking recall evil all them in the fucking window when they're looking at them. They thought that they saw like grays hill. Us all reptilians part of this They literally asaf and they said they swore they saw white german looking people with blonde hair and blue eyes and ss uniforms abducted. There were looking over them. They were talking to the reptilians back here saw. How did you a german accent. That that's geeze goud k. Nobody can see. But i really want to just point the fact that every time. Tom does german accent. He sticks his hand out with when we record that episode. You guys at the end kept doing it nine so much nine then you hanging october. Put a sausage volkswagen possible. I love your jus. Oh my god so this is crazy so there is many in. That's why this is could be a whole series of episodes and the session. Barney had many recollections such as meeting an irishman. The had red hair conor mcgregor. It's kind of conor. Mcgregor's ru took me yet. He is talking. It's fucking beard is orange. His is orange. Everything's about him. Orange literally the the most irish men than right now. But i don't know hey carbon so so and this is what i'm saying. How deep this goes the. He and board had recollections of being an irishman that supposedly had red hair but they're they're type of beings which we could also get into another episode jury member member to member member so many mexican out eastern time man. We had the very first like stream. Skype earlier encounters. You member those weird ginger aliens. I do the same thing so these beings were also there that didn't seem to be human and all individuals were dressed in similar looking uniforms. And they're all ginger looking fucks with beards but didn't look human. It's like you're looking fox with like irish weirs fucking shit. And it was weird all hunters another place. If you're you're not wide is they're not screaming at you let you fuck you. Don't like talk. Is the man fucking. Kill you folk in wink. Yeah houston carter. But the fact that like you know what i mean like i also a you've heard about we're in creatures like maybe tentacle arms super total ginger alien. See it's fucking weird. The aliens don't like them gingery. They don't want you to know but.

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Prince Philip Mourned At British Imports Shop In Plymouth, SE Of Boston

WBZ Afternoon News

01:13 min | 1 year ago

Prince Philip Mourned At British Imports Shop In Plymouth, SE Of Boston

"Britain's Queen Elizabeths husband. Prince Philip WBZ TV's Michael across, stopped by one Plymouths shop with a special connection to the British Royals at British imports of Plymouth. The passing of Prince Philip. The Duke of Edinburgh was the topic of discussion among customers. Thank you so much nicer. Thanks, Barney and the shops, owner Unity, McClane and then obviously all the Kings and Queens of England as I was going by the shop today, but I just have to stop in and said so sorry. He did live a very long and full life. But ah lot of excitement. McClane grew up in England and says her dad knew the prince. My dad used to play cricket on his cricket team. They were great friends and wonderful night together. McClane respected the princes, dedication. The country in appreciates how he was the Queen's sounding board for more than 70 years. He was about the only person who could turn around to say and say to her when she came up with an idea where you're talking about that's bloody stupid. Royal watchers say the queen will now most likely turn to her Children to consult as she continues. To leave the country. His funeral is scheduled

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First buses with undocumented teens arrive in Dallas

Bill O’Reilly’s No Spin News and Analysis

03:31 min | 1 year ago

First buses with undocumented teens arrive in Dallas

"So right now. There are fifteen thousand kids minors in the custody of the us federal government. So many they have to move them up to dallas hundreds of miles away from the border and put them in a convention center. That's trump's fault. It's just it's when you hear pelosi and these people say that that should anger you. I mean if a person lies to my face it angers me and it should anger. You remember barney frank. Remember google o'reilly barney frank. All right so let's get to the interview. I got five clips for you. The first one is georgie. Asking about the border because the producers said to him you gotta open with the border because that's the big story roll it. Let's talk about the crisis at the border. Some heartbreaking scenes down there right now and a lot of the migrants coming in saying they're coming in because you promised to make things better. It seems to be getting worse by the day wasn't a mistake not to anticipate this urge. First of all there was a surge the last two years and nineteen and twenty th. There was a surge as well. This might be worse. No well it could be. But here's the deal. First of all the idea that joe biden said come. Because i i heard the other day that they're they're coming because i'm a nice guy and i won't. Yeah well. here's the deal. they're not. The adults are being sent back number one number two. What do you do with unaccompanied child comes to the border to repeat. What trump did you take them from their mothers. Okay here's the deal. Nobody's taking anybody from their mothers. Because seventy five percent of the miners coming over are between fifteen and seventeen years old and they're males now stephanopoulos. Should've known that would mean taking away. The mothers you think these are kindergarten kids walking across the rio grande river. Is that what you think. Seventy five percent of fifteen seventeen years old under men george. So there's biden know that i don't know what biden knows. It's my job as a journalist to find out. I would say mr president you. Are you wanna wear that. Seventy five percent are males in their late teens. You're not taking them away from their mothers mothers. Have nothing to do with this. Somebody number two. We are in the migrate zone. Still go i can say quite clearly. Don't come and we're we're in the process of getting set up and it's not going to take a whole long. Time is to be able to apply for asylum in place. So don't leave your town or city or community. We're gonna make sure we have facilities in those cities and towns run by and also access with hhs health and human services to say you can apply for silent from where you are right. Now make your case

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'Barney Miller,' 'Sanford and Son' actor Gregory Sierra dies

AP News Radio

00:31 sec | 1 year ago

'Barney Miller,' 'Sanford and Son' actor Gregory Sierra dies

"Actor Gregory Sierra has died after battling cancer January fourth outside Los Angeles according to his wife I marquees are loaded with the latest Gregory Sierra's breakthrough role was playing Fred Sanford's neighbor Julio Fuentes on Sanford and son he also played Gianna on Barney Miller one of his trademarks was breaking in a rapid fire Spanish when he was angry so you're also had roles on soap Miami Vice and Hill Street Blues his wife Helene says Sierra was extremely intelligent a brilliant actor and willing to defend the underdog anytime

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Gregory Sierra Dies: ‘Sanford And Son’ And ‘Barney Miller’ Star Was 83

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

00:30 sec | 1 year ago

Gregory Sierra Dies: ‘Sanford And Son’ And ‘Barney Miller’ Star Was 83

"The family of actor gregory sierra best known for his role as julio fuentes on the nineteen seventies sitcom sanford and son reveals. He died earlier this month. This is only for this pleasure. The new york city native also worked at the national shakespeare company later. Detective and tv's barney miller and had parts in films including the towering inferno a spokesman for sierras family says he died of cancer january fourth. He was eighty

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15-Year-Old Arrested For Allegedly Beating His Mother To Death At McKinney, Dallas-Forth Worth

Ernie Brown

00:29 sec | 1 year ago

15-Year-Old Arrested For Allegedly Beating His Mother To Death At McKinney, Dallas-Forth Worth

"McKinney Teenagers in custody charged with murder after home surveillance showed Brutal beating death of his mother, the name of the 15 year old male not released, but he is now charged with murder. McKinney. Police say the boy's father called police for help from the home in the 700 block of Donaldson drive. Police say video showed that team beating his mother, Stacy Ellen Barney, to death. They found him in the area during a search. Kimberly James K. L I. F news

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Texas boy, 15, charged with murder after beating mother to death, police say

Eric Harley and Gary McNamara

00:30 sec | 1 year ago

Texas boy, 15, charged with murder after beating mother to death, police say

"A 15 year old boy, who has not been identified, was arrested after he allegedly beat his mother to death. At their home and McKinney early Sunday. The attack was caught by the home surveillance camera. The boy's father called McKinney police to their home in the 700 block of Donaldson Drive at around 1 A.m.. They found the mother 50 year old Stacy Ellen Barney, dead inside the home. The boy was found in the area after a search was taken into custody and has been charged with murder. Steve Coming WKBW 24 7 news

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15-Year-Old Arrested For Allegedly Beating His Mother To Death At McKinney Home, Dallas

Eric Harley and Gary McNamara

00:29 sec | 1 year ago

15-Year-Old Arrested For Allegedly Beating His Mother To Death At McKinney Home, Dallas

"Was arrested after he allegedly beat his mother to death at their home in McKinney early Sunday. The attack was caught by the home surveillance camera, the boys Father called McKinney police to their home in the 700 block of Donaldson Drive at around 1 A.m.. They found the mother 50 year old Stacy Ellen Barney, dead inside the home. The boy was found in the area after a search was taken into custody and has been charged with murder. Steve Coming Wkbw 24 7 news aides to President elect your Biden say

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The First Of The Three Spirits

Our Life In Transition

03:16 min | 1 year ago

The First Of The Three Spirits

"When scrooge awoke it was so dark that looking out of bed he could scarcely distinguish the transparent window from the opaque walls of his changing. He was endeavoring to pierce the darkness with his favorite. Is the chimes of a neighboring church struck for quarters so he listened for the our to great astonishment. The heavy bell went from six to seven from seven to eight and regularly up to twelve and stop twelve ms past two when he went to bed. The clock was wrong in high school must have gotten into the works twelve. He touches this spring of his repeater. Took correct. it's most preposterous clock. It's reputable pulse. B twelve stopped. Why it is impossible. Said screwed slept through a whole day. In far to another night it is it possible to anything has happened to the sun and this new the idea of being an alarming one he scrambled out of bed in groped his way to the window supplies to rub the frost off this. Leave of dressing down before you see anything very little. Then all i could make out was that was still very foggy in extremely cold and that there was no noise of people running to and fro making a great stir as their unquestionably would have been if he had beaten off break day and taking possession of the world. This was a great relief. Because three days after sight of this first of exchange pay tavern screwed or his order and so forth vic become a myriad united states security there were no days to count by scrooge went to again thought and thought and thought it over and over make nothing of it the more he thought the more perplexed he was the more he endeavoured. Not think the more thought barney's bothered him exceedingly every time he resolved within himself after mature inquiry that it was all a dream. His mind flew back again a strong spring. The least twits first position in presented. The same problem to be worked author. Who was it a dream or not screwed soleil in his in this state until the chimes had gone three quarters more remembered on a sudden goes had warned him a visitation when the bell tolled one result. Lie wait until the hour was passed and considering that he could no more go to sleep. Then go to heaven. This was perhaps the wisest resolution in his power. The quarter was so long that he was more than once convinced that he must have sunk into a does unconsciously and miss. The clock at length broke upon his listening year. Ding dong quarter pass through discounting ding-dong half its ding dong quarter to it said scrooge ding dong the ourself cisco triumphantly and nothing else.

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UK-EU trade talks 'paused' with deal still elusive

AP News Radio

00:46 sec | 1 year ago

UK-EU trade talks 'paused' with deal still elusive

"Trade talks between the United Kingdom and the European Union have come to a halt as Britain approaches the end of its transition out of the E. U. the European union's chief negotiator says he and his British counterpart have agreed to pause negotiations in order to brief their political leaders Michelle Barney a says the conditions for a trade deal have not been met and differences remain after a week of intense negotiations Barnier says British prime minister Boris Johnson and E. U. commission president Ursula von der Leyen we'll discuss the state of the talks Saturday United Kingdom lefty you early this year but remains part of the bloc's economic embrace during an eleven month transition as the two sides try to negotiate a new free trade deal that would take effect January first I'm Ben Thomas

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UK, EU resume face-to-face trade talks with time running out

Ask Me Another

01:01 min | 1 year ago

UK, EU resume face-to-face trade talks with time running out

"The European Union and Britain resumed face to face talks today on a new trade agreement following Brexit. They have just over one month to come up with a deal and Teri Schultz reports. Neither side is expressed expressing optimism. You chief negotiator Michelle Barney is back in London after a week of self isolation due to a member of his team testing positive for the coronavirus. Both you and UK say they want a new arrangement governing trade and customs when the transition period following Britain's departure from the block ends December 31st. But talks remain snagged on issues regarding EU fishing rights in UK waters and what Brussels calls the level playing field, which primarily refers to Britain's obligations to it here to EU standards on goods it wants to export into the block. Any deal that negotiators make would still have to be ratified by Parliament's on both sides Without a deal. Tariffs and other barriers go up January 1st for NPR news. I'm Teri Schultz in Brussels. This is

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Pompeo says U.S. will label anti-Israel BDS movement "anti-Semitic"

America's First News

00:17 sec | 1 year ago

Pompeo says U.S. will label anti-Israel BDS movement "anti-Semitic"

"Announcing that the U. S. Would brand the international Palestinian led boycott movement against Israel is anti Semitic and Barney groups that participate in it from receiving government funding. Those announcements largely symbolic, illustrating the deep ties between President Trump and Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu.

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"barney" Discussed on Bravo for the B-side Podcast

Bravo for the B-side Podcast

04:50 min | 2 years ago

"barney" Discussed on Bravo for the B-side Podcast

"Lastly. So. You said you're you're working on something I. Don't want to dive into, but is there any any great project in your head that you want to jump onto? I mean what's next for Barney is moving into another film. Do you have some A big makeup effects project waiting for you what what's going to be happening? As time rolls on here in the short term. Well started talking to somebody about something I can't tell talk about okay. That's fair and and Then there's you know which would be. freaking incredible and inspirational, said they I. Just want to really be inspired. I. Have some the this one piece that I'm writing I told you about briefly, and I got some other things that just finished. Some screenplays that I would love to get going. On and. I don't really want to be specific about what they are because some. GENERALLY NOT A. Superstitious Guy But I. Have spoken about things past, and then they don't happen and I just feel dumb. Jinxed it per. Se, but until something has happened I. Don't think it's really. Worth talking about? As a concept ray, but in summary You've you steph in the works. Yeah, you have pass paved, APPs okay. Good. That's what we like to hear. Win. and Monday maybe will be. On Your Path. The main. We sell this this pilot. He would do some awesome. Effects. Because you know forty percent of the. CAST is not human. On ice. The way it should be yeah. Well We have.

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"barney" Discussed on Welcome To The Music

Welcome To The Music

11:20 min | 2 years ago

"barney" Discussed on Welcome To The Music

"Thanks for coming in welcome. Thanks for having me by no worries you just played on Friday at the Special Olympics. Yesterday was the motion ball gala. Here in Toronto is that very cool. All was awesome. I never actually. This is the first time I've ever done anything with organization and A. It's it's fun to go out and have a crowd like that who just loves the music. Everyone was dancing. It was a good time and it was a nice evening. You know hearing everyone's speak and all that learning more about what motion ball's actually about so. It was a fun night. That is awesome. That's awesome. Yeah listen I have that? You're a young kid I have to ask you. Maybe because I'm naive about what what young kids are into these days. But how did you? Your sound is cutting its country. Music is what you play. How did you get into that? Well I people ask question all the time in my answers. Usually I feel comes from my mom. My Mom's from Alberta so growing up she you know she came here when she was twenty years old or something but you know her whole life. She's listening to country music and she kinda pass that on to me so every time I got in the car in the morning going to school stuff like that it was tim. Mcgraw Garth Brooks that kind of thing. So that's where I kind of got my first taste for it and I just fell in love with him. So did you grow up in Toronto as well like? I live in the same house since I was born. His sermons still there. That is also listen. I I feel very uncomfortable when you call me Sir. I keep a look over my shoulder. Whether you're talking to Greg Greg is a sir. Wow or if you're talking to my dad who might be summer summer behind me so country music were you. Did your mom play as well No Debbie badly okay. Yes so her. Dad and her sister are both singer so I kind of have family get togethers stuff when we go out west. That is you those to be sitting on the floor playing guitar and singing. I just sit there and watch and then finally old enough to play. I played as much as I could and I play with them any chance gotten. That's Kinda how I got into it. Okay how old were you when you plead your first guitar. Well I was about six when I found my dad's guitar because my I guess my dad does play. He doesn't really play three or four courts he pretends to buy. That's all you need right for your for Corey or four chords. You write a song there you go. Yeah but I. He showed me those few courts. So that's kind of when I I actually learned my first because the first few Coursey Tommy were helpless by Neil Young and those were the only ones you just you just over Chris interviews over. You're happy you're good plus find Neil Young. Yeah there you go. That's Kinda got into and they finally on my first guitar. When is about eight played that as much as I could in then when I was like a Legit Guitar? Was it one of those ones. It was it was a Yamaha guitar so I was like this is this is legit enough but it was still small eight years old sure. Yeah I mean fit me just fine. I couldn't really play. The guitar is a little too hard but So I played with that for like five years. Maybe and then finally got a real guitar. Were you just playing song? We just learning songs. Just playing some of your favorites. What what were you doing for those few few years when you so my my neighbor had this guitar teacher and I wanted to start taking guitar lessons so badly and so my parents went next door. And they said you know. Would you teach my son? He'd seen me outside in the front yard playing ball hockey with the boys or whatever and he was like teaching our kids too small so we we asked him. If you'd waited a few months. We asked him again. My parents were like and I've been teaching myself a few things here and there and my dad showed me what he knew and then finally the guitar teacher agreed to come over and take a look at me and I played him kind of what I knew and all he said was. Don't let your dad teach you. Anything else quit teaching yourself. Yeah we'll come and teach you so I started taking us about eight almost nine and he's still one of my best friends today. I don't really take lessons anymore. But he's he's sixty eight or something his name Nick. Nick polycarp shout out to nick. Nick my guy. Love that man He taught me everything I know. I'M GONNA turn ever since then. I've just been picking away Nice. When did you never dawn on you that Catholic? This is what I'm GONNA do. This is my job. Sort of like at what point? Maybe haven't hit that. I don't know like what point did you go okay. I'm a musician. I sat down and thought of it like that. It's pretty much ever since I started playing guitar. That's just what I did when I was thirteen. I played my first show at like a restaurant. We Oh yeah yeah. My family's got a cottage up in Muskoka area and all the restaurants around there died. Do My best to play so we knew the people who own one of them kind of well just from going there pretty much every day and we said you know what would you think of me playing for a couple of hours or whatever and they stuck me by the door. Nobody was really listening or anything but it was a good experience and ever since then. I'd just jot as many gigs. I possibly couldn't. I kinda just fell into it. And then at one of those gigs up there my record label happen to see me and I started working with them and here I am. Did you ever? Did you ever think back then like someday? I'm GONNA play boots and hearts and like like that's pretty spectacular that boots and hearts but just specifically bizarre but I mean like I've made it when you're playing dot kind of know exactly I've always. I've always dreamed of playing in front of people that aren't just sitting having dinner. And that's all I ever did until I was like fifteen sixteen until I finally started getting shows where they're actually few people out there to come see me and watch you and that's that's the best feeling in the world. So was there ever stagefright like did you? Were you your personality outgoing? No every time. I'm still scared to get up there I have. I have no problem getting up there and singing but I actually. I hate like talking in front of people so when it comes to you know even introducing a song not stuff actually makes me nervous but the playing. I'm fine with and that's one of the ever since I was started. Even you know when I was thirteen playing my first show. I was scared to death due to deal with that kind of just you know. Every now and then he'll grow up or something before the show like before boots and hearts. That's what I did. I don't WanNa see. It makes you feel better when you do that. Yeah but you just kind of deal with it you just get up and get out her and after you sing the first song once you hear a few people clap. Then you're thinking okay. They're actually into it. So this is fun and every time it's funny because I always always found whether back when I was a musician playing live but even now when I get up in front of a crowd to speak on my got him totally nervous Yashar. I'm getting I'm getting and just what I would find myself doing is just trying to bundle that up and then get onstage go blah yeah just throw it out right. Yeah and that's I find when I get on stage I just. You're so nervous when you get up there and once you're up there. I don't know how to explain it but I'm not really thinking about what I'm doing I'm just doing it. And it's just you kind of just go with the flow and it feels good so you play this one. Gig IN MUSKOKA and your future record label. Yeah did you like. Did you know that eight there? Some people coming to watch you know. I had no idea this so tell me. Tell me about that day that experience that that set so I was sitting there. It was it was a kind of a hotel it was. I was playing in the lobby. Yeah I played there every now and then I'd go and sit down for three or four hours or whatever and just play pro catering song I know and it's the Marriott the Marriott up there on yeah yeah so that's where I was playing and he was staying there with his girlfriend and his daughter and just came up to him. As I told me who I was. You know. My name's Jamie appleby from wax records Love to have a chat so I kind of gave them my email and all that and you got in touch and I worked with them for about three months or so and then I signed and it was men without when he came up to me that day. That was like the most exciting thing because if it was unbelievable right like what am I doing here? Playing the show had no idea. Somebody would come in your own record label you know. I'm sure it's validation for you to write for the work bird and especially it shows like that when you're not sure if people are really listening when someone like dot comes up and says you know. I was listening then. Yeah that's almost like you know you're going to hotel there like there's a guy at the piano just playing. That's exactly what it was like. Yeah that's really really cool. When were you writing your own original music? At that time as well. I was trying to write my own music point. It wasn't that good and then I started working with them and they would kinda give me people to write within. That's in the last. You know three years. I've gotten much much better writing songs and now it's you know. I'm writing songs pretty much every day at this point and so what does that process. I've always been curious about. The writing process is. Are you writing lyrics almost like poetry and then the music layers on top or does music come I like what is your approach for me? I'd say it's probably different for most people but for me. I'll always start with playing guitar. I you know I. I didn't sing at the same time I started playing guitar. Play Guitar for about five years before I started singing. Okay so what I'll do is all and I've always loved you know coming up with chord progression stuff like that. So that's what I'll start with and then I'll get a melody my head and kind of home along and then trying to then just put words to it. Depending on what I'm thinking about are feeling at that time or maybe had come up with an idea. I change every now and then but I'll come up with an idea and always right. Maybe I'm driving somewhere stopped at a red light or something. I'll either record something on my phone. If I have an idea my head are write down ideas in my notes and then I'll go back to those if I may. I came up with a melody but I don't really know what I want to write about. Yeah go back into my phone and take one of those ideas and write a song about Cecil as some. I mean you know you could start one of these ideas and get a couple of words down and then you're you're stuck at isn't that happens in your guy that's not happening today. But the thirty seconds. That's about it so when you you side with racks records. You're still with them today. You Sir are you like so when you started working with them and then they signed you. What was that that gap was to figure out whether you had chops whether you can write your own material or whether we just singing the hits. It was just to see how I felt about the whole situation. They were like you know. We don't WanNa push you into anything here. We want you to get comfortable working with other artists and stuff because at that point I mean fifteen. Sixteen I'd never worked with real artists before I only played guitar and sang by myself so it was for me to get comfortable doing stuff you know with other people learning how to write kind of little three months.

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"barney" Discussed on Welcome To The Music

Welcome To The Music

10:55 min | 2 years ago

"barney" Discussed on Welcome To The Music

"Road brewery. Is it blurry brewing? Radical Road Brewing Co. I believe Brewing Co. while according to their instagram that right over there radical road brewing Co. actually radical underscore road underscore brewing under spark up. Right here in the heart of Leslie. Ville at eleven seventy seven Queen Street. East Japan memorize in Toronto. No I need to just take a you. Could've you could've totally taking credit for that. Said you did. I don't like lying. So the big announcement this week is. What for concert concert rage against the machine's with run the jewels run. The we've heard that name mother gills all right cool. So you're going thinking of selling my second child could go. Yeah maybe they still raging does rage against the mystique machine still razor. They senior citizens now boomers. Like how old are these guys that the air cadet they continue to rage? I don't know how they're honestly. I don't know I'm GonNa like sitting on chairs. I can't imagine raging. I cannot imagine at all I think they will be absolutely crushing it. So you're going after you saw your second one hundred seventy bucks a ticket starting up from what I understand where the Scotiabank Scotiabank at the bank. They're playing at the volts they're playing at the Scotiabank at King and young good branch. They're open six days a week at that. Td Let's do that seven days a week. Are They Tina seventies now? So what? What's your next concert. You're going to Grandson I think okay. We're going to see grandson early. Have heard early March through an up and coming band. No I bet you why is he? He American Canadian Songwriter. A Great Music. They he played with or he and his band played with some forty one at Echo beach to the summer. Okay cool and what kind of music different different different genre. Yeah it's it can be heavy it can be Melodic. It can break down. Can it's really cool nice. I know I can't really describe it because it's just it's very different. Nice are you going to the Orphan George Release Party a received a calendar. Lloyd from my wife this afternoon. It's in March. They go on to be going to be going. Excellent commanded English language at the moment. I think we're GONNA be going onto that. Nice where is it? Where is it taking place again? I didn't see Harper House as I don't. I didn't even see where all I saw was an invite from Kelley. Go check it out. Go Search Orphan George on your favorite search engine mind. Being Yahoo is our straddling more of ask. Jeeves cog I used to be. I used to be nasty juice person. Alta Vista let's. Let's go back is fire Fox. A SEARCH ENGINE. Now Fire Foxes. A browser is a browser. You in technology nope. I mean advertising technology just because I am brown does not mean to. Whoa WHOA. Whoa hello well expecting no did you watch the Oscars. They did. Yes I did. What did you think of Eminem? Don't know where that came from. Oh so you don't you don't know the story. No the story. I I know the but at the time you're watching it. It's like if it was the twentieth anniversary of the Tenth Anniversary of the twenty fifth. Or The Fiftieth William Winning Award. It was like seventy seventeen years but it was the first rap song to win a quiz. An Oscar yeah. Yeah I think I think I think the Oscars did a really good job of taking up taking every playbook and completely ripping it up and starting from scratch. I thought it was very well done. I thought it was one of the Best Oscars I've seen in a very long time yet. One of the Least Watch Oscars and candidates really one of the least watched how the Oscars. I don't live there but Here's what I don't like about these award shows. Is that the forest the performance to lip sync. You think billy was thinking. Yeah I mean everybody was I. Didn't you know definitively? So eminem was lip synching Elton John was thinking that other guy who played on the piano before all of those guys can't remember his name. He was lip synching. He was good. Yeah they're all thinking and apparently that's the thing because they want it to be perfectly recorded and they're like alive or not and then get them to limp. Sing over the founding. Yeah because he wanted to be perfect. Yeah I don't know I hate it when like even sporting events or whatever when they do that that sucks but like the match property no like when they have bands like Yep. I don't have time free show. Or when the beaches played the Grey Cup. They played life yet farther. No it's not a great. The beaches are great. So yeah but I'm wondering if that was yeah grey. Cup doesn't have the budget to to pre-tape couch cells probably live. Ouch how's probably or maybe. It was just off of the of the cassette CD. Did you see Justin Bieber on Saturday? Night live did not. I'm curious if there was a band backing him up. He was dancing in the musical act. He was yes he was the musical act. I don't know what I think of Justin Bieber. I can't help you with that. I guess he's a good part is very popular. I hear the kids like him. Yeah Yeah I don't know. I'm not a beaver guys. But you really like Billy. I wish I did like billy. I wish I think billy eyelashes was that the guy bad guy. Bad Guys WanNa talk. It's really cool song. It's it's almost like what is it is. It has not the sound but the way the song goes like. It's two songs put together which is similar to like what guests who are questioner. Overdrive have done on. A number of their songs or queen has done with Bohemian rhapsody. I liked that song. Yeah it's poppy. It's Catchy. I remember hearing again good. Remember hearing up thinking man the songwriters behind her and the producers behind her must be absolutely phenomenal and then I found out that have brothers is. She wrote it with a brother and I thought okay. Well the production behind it like the producers must be unbelievable and then I found out she and her brother recorded in his bedroom and I was like now does he. Experience giving both been playing for a number of years this this. She's she's not brand new to the scene recording and playing for years yes has he From what I understand. And this doesn't take away from Credit Du sure heard their parents are in the industry some way or something around there. Yeah I don't know what they do but I understand there in the industry so I'm GonNa Guess based on what I understand that. They've grown up around music. Stand might be good to do that to pull off what they did. Yeah at of at a very production by to them in a bedroom like it's just mind blowing and so what was that. That singer that came out of was New Zealand a few years ago. Lord Lord people were seeing the same thing down about Lord like Oh my God a fresh voice. This is awesome. Where is she now well? She released the she's really music sense. Yeah her her. Is it. Sophomore Freshman saw on how? We're not married so anyway or second album was really good at it. Hits OFF OF THAT SECOND. I think I got some some good airplay but it wasn't the smash hit know about that first. One was really hard and I don't know where I read it but or if I heard it somewhere but like for most bands. Their first record is awesome. And it's I heard someone say they have their whole life to really have experiences and then write songs and then the second album is that much harder because it's like Oh should all of a sudden you have a year. And a half de touring. You're playing a cover your supporting the first album and the record ladies like getting into your second yeah like there are some awesome badge that have amazing albums after their first one and those are like the classics those these are like bads that. Hang around and stick around and can tour forever but it's hard when you've got that first album and maybe a couple of songs after and then it's like what the heck do we do now about material to written for the first album and what didn't make the cut right. Yeah all right well. This has been the pre show with Greg Charleston and Cream Kanji. Go check aside. Welcome to the MUSIC DOT COM on. Ask jeeves or Yahoo or bing high the following podcast is brought to you by radical road brewery. The best craft beer in the heart of Leslie. Bill find him at eleven. Seventy seven Queen Street East. That's radical road brewery. Hello Mon Barney. I'm a singer from here in Toronto. Welcome to the music..

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"barney" Discussed on Welcome with Karim Kanji

Welcome with Karim Kanji

11:20 min | 2 years ago

"barney" Discussed on Welcome with Karim Kanji

"Thanks for coming in welcome. Thanks for having me by no worries you just played on Friday at the Special Olympics. Yesterday was the motion ball gala. Here in Toronto is that very cool. All was awesome. I never actually. This is the first time I've ever done anything with organization and A. It's it's fun to go out and have a crowd like that who just loves the music. Everyone was dancing. It was a good time and it was a nice evening. You know hearing everyone's speak and all that learning more about what motion ball's actually about so. It was a fun night. That is awesome. That's awesome. Yeah listen I have that? You're a young kid I have to ask you. Maybe because I'm naive about what what young kids are into these days. But how did you? Your sound is cutting its country. Music is what you play. How did you get into that? Well I people ask question all the time in my answers. Usually I feel comes from my mom. My Mom's from Alberta so growing up she you know she came here when she was twenty years old or something but you know her whole life. She's listening to country music and she kinda pass that on to me so every time I got in the car in the morning going to school stuff like that it was tim. Mcgraw Garth Brooks that kind of thing. So that's where I kind of got my first taste for it and I just fell in love with him. So did you grow up in Toronto as well like? I live in the same house since I was born. His sermons still there. That is also listen. I I feel very uncomfortable when you call me Sir. I keep a look over my shoulder. Whether you're talking to Greg Greg is a sir. Wow or if you're talking to my dad who might be summer summer behind me so country music were you. Did your mom play as well No Debbie badly okay. Yes so her. Dad and her sister are both singer so I kind of have family get togethers stuff when we go out west. That is you those to be sitting on the floor playing guitar and singing. I just sit there and watch and then finally old enough to play. I played as much as I could and I play with them any chance gotten. That's Kinda how I got into it. Okay how old were you when you plead your first guitar. Well I was about six when I found my dad's guitar because my I guess my dad does play. He doesn't really play three or four courts he pretends to buy. That's all you need right for your for Corey or four chords. You write a song there you go. Yeah but I. He showed me those few courts. So that's kind of when I I actually learned my first. Because the first few courts. Tommy were helpless by Neil Young and those were the only ones. You just you just over Chris interviews over. You're happy you're good plus find Neil Young. Yeah there you go. That's Kinda got into and they finally on my first guitar. When is about eight played that as much as I could in then when I was like a Legit Guitar? Was it one of those ones. It was it was a Yamaha guitar so I was like this is this is legit enough but it was still small eight years old sure. Yeah I mean fit me just fine. I couldn't really play. The guitar is a little too hard but So I played with that for like five years. Maybe and then finally got a real guitar. Were you just playing song? We just learning songs. Just playing some of your favorites. What what were you doing for those few few years when you saw my neighbor had this guitar teacher and I wanted to start taking guitar lessons so badly and so my parents went next door and they said you know. Would you teach my son? He'd seen me outside in the front yard playing ball hockey with the boys or whatever and he was like Oh. I'm not teaching our kids too small. So we we asked him. If you'd waited a few months. We asked him again. My parents were like and I've been teaching myself a few things here and there and my dad showed me what he knew and then finally the guitar teacher agreed to come over and take a look at me and I played him kind of what I knew and all he said was. Don't let your dad teach you. Anything else quit teaching yourself. Yeah we'll come and teach you so I started taking us about eight almost nine and he's still one of my best friends today. I don't really take lessons anymore. But he's he's sixty eight or something his name Nick. Nick polycarp shout out to nick. Nick my guy. Love that man He taught me everything I know. I'M GONNA turn ever since then. I've just been picking away Nice. When did you never dawn on you that Catholic? This is what I'm GONNA do. This is my job. Sort of like at what point? Maybe haven't hit that. I don't know like what point did you go okay. I'm a musician. I sat down and thought of it like that. It's pretty much ever since I started playing guitar. That's just what I did when I was thirteen. I played my first show at like a restaurant. We Oh yeah yeah. My family's got a cottage up in Muskoka area and all the restaurants around there died. Do My best to play so we knew the people who own one of them kind of well just from going there pretty much every day and we said you know what would you think of me playing for a couple of hours or whatever and they stuck me by the door. Nobody was really listening or anything but it was a good experience and ever since then. I'd just jot as many gigs. I possibly couldn't. I kinda just fell into it. And then at one of those gigs up there my record label happen to see me and I started working with them and here I am. Did you ever? Did you ever think back then like someday? I'm GONNA play boots and hearts and like like that's pretty spectacular that boots and hearts but just specifically bizarre but I mean like I've made it when you're playing dot kind of know exactly I've always. I've always dreamed of playing in front of people that aren't just sitting having dinner. And that's all I ever did until I was like fifteen sixteen until I finally started getting shows where they're actually few people out there to come see me and watch you and that's that's the best feeling in the world. So was there ever stagefright like did you? Were you your personality outgoing? No every time. I'm still scared to get up there I have. I have no problem getting up there and singing but I actually. I hate like talking in front of people so when it comes to you know even introducing a song not stuff actually makes me nervous but the playing. I'm fine with and that's one of the ever since I was started. Even you know when I was thirteen playing my first show. I was scared to death due to deal with that kind of just you know. Every now and then he'll grow up or something before the show like before boots and hearts. That's what I did. I don't WanNa see. It makes you feel better when you do that. Yeah but you just kind of deal with it you just get up and get out her and after you sing the first song once you hear a few people clap. Then you're thinking okay. They're actually into it. So this is fun and every time it's funny because I always always found whether back when I was a musician playing live but even now when I get up in front of a crowd to speak on my got him totally nervous Yashar. I'm getting I'm getting and just what I would find myself doing is just trying to bundle that up and then get onstage go blah yeah just throw it out right. Yeah and that's I find when I get on stage I just. You're so nervous when you get up there and once you're up there. I don't know how to explain it but I'm not really thinking about what I'm doing I'm just doing it. And it's just you kind of just go with the flow and it feels good so you play this one. Gig IN MUSKOKA and your future record label. Yeah did you like. Did you know that eight there? Some people coming to watch you know. I had no idea this so tell me. Tell me about that day that experience that that set so I was sitting there. It was it was a kind of a hotel it was. I was playing in the lobby. Yeah I played there every now and then I'd go and sit down for three or four hours or whatever and just play catering song I know and it's the Marriott the Marriott up there on yeah yeah so that's where I was playing and he was staying there with his girlfriend and his daughter and just came up to him. As I told me who I was. You know my name's Jamie appleby from wax records Love to have a chat so I kind of gave them my email and all that and you got in touch and I worked with them for about three months or so and then I signed and it was men without when he came up to me that day. That was like the most exciting thing because if it was unbelievable right like what am I doing here? Playing the show had no idea. Somebody would come in your own record label you know. I'm sure it's validation for you to write for the work bird and especially it shows like that when you're not sure if people are really listening when someone like dot comes up and says you know. I was listening then. Yeah that's almost like you know you're going to hotel there like there's a guy at the piano just playing exactly. That's exactly what it was like. Yeah that's really really cool. When were you writing your own original music? At that time as well. I was trying to write my own music point. It wasn't that good and then I started working with them and they would kinda give me people to write within. That's in the last. You know three years. I've gotten much much better writing songs and now it's you know. I'm writing songs pretty much every day at this point and so what does that process. I've always been curious about. The writing process is. Are you writing lyrics almost like poetry and then the music layers on top or does music come I like what is your approach for me? I'd say it's probably different for most people but for me. I'll always start with playing guitar. I you know I. I didn't sing at the same time I started playing guitar. Play Guitar for about five years before I started singing. Okay so what I'll do is all and I've always loved you. Know coming up with core progression stuff like that. So that's what I'll start with and then I'll get a melody my head and kind of home along and then trying to then just put words to it depending on what I'm thinking about are feeling at that time or maybe had come up with an idea. I change every now and then but I'll come up with an idea and always right. Maybe I'm driving somewhere stopped at a red light or something. I'll either record something on my phone. If I have an idea my head are write down ideas in my notes and then I'll go back to those if I may. I came up with the melody but I don't really know what I want to write about. Yeah go back into my phone and take one of those ideas and write a song about Cecil as some. I mean you know you could start one of these ideas and get a couple of words down and then you're you're stuck at isn't that happens in your guy that's not happening today. But the thirty seconds. That's about it so when you you side with racks records. You're still with them today. You Sir are you like so when you started working with them and then they signed you. What was that that gap was to figure out whether you had chops whether you can write your own material or whether we just singing the hits. It was just to see how I felt about the whole situation. They were like you know. We don't WanNa push you into anything here. We want you to get comfortable working with other artists and stuff because at that point I mean fifteen. Sixteen I'd never worked with real artists before I only played guitar and sang by myself so it was for me to get comfortable doing stuff you know with other people learning how to write kind of in the three.

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"barney" Discussed on Welcome with Karim Kanji

Welcome with Karim Kanji

10:55 min | 2 years ago

"barney" Discussed on Welcome with Karim Kanji

"Road brewery. Is it blurry brewing? Radical Road Brewing Co. I believe Brewing Co. while according to their instagram that right over there radical road brewing Co. actually radical underscore road underscore brewing under spark up. Right here in the heart of Leslie. Ville at eleven seventy seven Queen Street. East Japan memorize in Toronto. No I need to just take a you. Could've you could've totally taking credit for that. Said you did. I don't like lying. So the big announcement this week is. What for concert concert rage against the machine's with run the jewels run. The we've heard that name mother gills all right cool. So you're going thinking of selling my second child could go. Yeah maybe they still raging does rage against the mystique machine still razor. They senior citizens now boomers. Like how old are these guys that the air cadet they continue to rage? I don't know how they're honestly. I don't know I'm GonNa like sitting on chairs. I can't imagine raging. I cannot imagine at all I think they will be absolutely crushing it. So you're going after you saw your second one hundred seventy bucks a ticket starting up from what I understand where the Scotiabank Scotiabank at the bank. They're playing at the volts they're playing at the Scotiabank at King and young good branch. They're open six days a week at that. Td Let's do that seven days a week. Are They Tina seventies now? So what? What's your next concert. You're going to Grandson I think okay. We're going to see grandson early. Have heard early March through an up and coming band. No I bet you why is he? He American Canadian Songwriter. A Great Music. They he played with or he and his band played with some forty one at Echo beach to the summer. Okay cool and what kind of music different different different genre. Yeah it's it can be heavy it can be Melodic. It can break down. Can it's really cool nice. I know I can't really describe it because it's just it's very different. Nice are you going to the Orphan George Release Party a received a calendar. Lloyd from my wife this afternoon. It's in March. They go on to be going to be going. Excellent commanded English language at the moment. I think we're GONNA be going onto that. Nice where is it? Where is it taking place again? I didn't see Harper House as I don't. I didn't even see where all I saw was an invite from Kelley. Go check it out. Go Search Orphan George on your favorite search engine mind. Being Yahoo is our straddling more of ask. Jeeves cog I used to be. I used to be nasty juice person. Alta Vista let's. Let's go back is fire Fox. A SEARCH ENGINE. Now Fire Foxes. A browser is a browser. You in technology nope. I mean advertising technology just because I am brown does not mean to. Whoa WHOA. Whoa hello well expecting no did you watch the Oscars. They did. Yes I did. What did you think of Eminem? Don't know where that came from. Oh so you don't you don't know the story. No the story. I I know the but at the time you're watching it. It's like if it was the twentieth anniversary of the Tenth Anniversary of the Twenty Fifth or the Fiftieth am winning award. It was like seventy seventeen years but it was the first rap song to win a quiz. An Oscar yeah. Yeah I think I think I think the Oscars did a really good job of taking up taking every playbook and completely ripping it up and starting from scratch. I thought it was very well done. I thought it was one of the Best Oscars I've seen in a very long time yet. One of the Least Watch Oscars and candidates really one of the least watched how the Oscars. I don't live there but Here's what I don't like about these award shows. Is that the forest the performance to lip sync. You think billy was thinking. Yeah I mean everybody was I. Didn't you know definitively? So eminem was lip synching Elton John was thinking that other guy who played on the piano before all of those guys can't remember his name. He was lip synching. He was good. Yeah they're all thinking and apparently that's the thing because they want it to be perfectly recorded and they're like alive or not and then get them to limp. Sing over the founding. Yeah because he wanted to be perfect. Yeah I don't know I hate it when like even sporting events or whatever when they do that that sucks but like the match property no like when they have bands like Yep. I don't have time free show. Or when the beaches played the Grey Cup. They played life yet farther. No it's not a great. The beaches are great. So yeah but I'm wondering if that was yeah grey. Cup doesn't have the budget to to pre-tape couch cells probably live. Ouch how's probably or maybe. It was just off of the of the cassette CD. Did you see Justin Bieber on Saturday? Night live did not. I'm curious if there was a band backing him up. He was dancing in the musical act. He was yes he was the musical act. I don't know what I think of Justin Bieber. I can't help you with that. I guess he's a good part is very popular. I hear the kids like him. Yeah Yeah I don't know. I'm not a beaver guys. But you really like Billy. I wish I did like billy. I wish I think billy eyelashes was that the guy bad guy. Bad Guys WanNa talk. It's really cool song. It's it's almost like what is it is. It has not the sound but the way the song goes like. It's two songs put together which is similar to like what guests who are questioner. Overdrive have done on. A number of their songs or queen has done with Bohemian rhapsody. I liked that song. Yeah it's poppy. It's Catchy. I remember hearing again good. Remember hearing up thinking man the songwriters behind her and the producers behind her must be absolutely phenomenal and then I found out that have brothers is. She wrote it with a brother and I thought okay. Well the production behind it like the producers must be unbelievable and then I found out she and her brother recorded in his bedroom and I was like now does he. Experience giving both been playing for a number of years this this. She's she's not brand new to the scene recording and playing for years yes has he From what I understand. And this doesn't take away from Credit Du sure heard their parents are in the industry some way or something around there. Yeah I don't know what they do but I understand there in the industry so I'm GonNa Guess based on what I understand that. They've grown up around music. Stand might be good to do that to pull off what they did. Yeah at of at a very production by to them in a bedroom like it's just mind blowing and so what was that. That singer that came out of was New Zealand a few years ago. Lord Lord people were seeing the same thing down about Lord like Oh my God a fresh voice. This is awesome. Where is she now well? She released the she's really music sense. Yeah her her. Is it. Sophomore Freshman saw on how? We're not married so anyway or second album was really good at it. Hits OFF OF THAT SECOND. I think I got some some good airplay but it wasn't the smash hit know about that first. One was really hard and I don't know where I read it but or if I heard it somewhere but like for most bands. Their first record is awesome. And it's I heard someone say they have their whole life to really have experiences and then write songs and then the second album is that much harder because it's like Oh should all of a sudden you have a year and a half then touring. You're playing a cover your supporting the first album. And the record label into your second. Yeah like there are some awesome badge that have amazing albums after their first one and those are like the classics those these are like bads that. Hang around and stick around and can tour forever. But it's hard when you've got that first album and maybe a couple of songs after and then it's like what the heck do we do now about material to written for the first album and what didn't make the cut right. Yeah all right well. This has been the pre show with Greg Charleston and Cream Kanji. Go check aside. Welcome to the MUSIC DOT COM on. Ask jeeves or Yahoo or bing high the following podcast is brought to you by radical road brewery. The best craft beer in the heart of Leslie. Bill find him at eleven. Seventy seven Queen Street East. That's radical road brewery. Hello Mon Barney. I'm a singer from here in Toronto. Welcome to the music..

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"barney" Discussed on Extraterrestrial

Extraterrestrial

03:01 min | 3 years ago

"barney" Discussed on Extraterrestrial

"He saw the man with the is he was in the aircraft staring at Barney Barney thought that he looked like a captain with his black uniform and scarf. He looked like a Nazi those is there in my brain. He thought the once more he was frozen. God give me strength. He didn't have any money. He didn't have anything the is seared themselves into his brain. Just keep looking just keep looking, and then he was floating his arms moved out to his side's his legs dangled beneath him now his eyes closed, but he could feel his feet bumping against pebbles in the road. And then the smooth medal of a ramp. They were taking him aboard. Dr Simon briefly ordered Barney depaz he needed to switch the tape in his recorder. Simon did. So and they resumed inside the craft Barney could only imagine what was going on as he kept his is sealed shut or as far as he knew the alien was making him keep his eyes shut the cold metal of an operating table rose to greet him as he finally laid down on his back as he went to stretch noticed that his feet dangled off the end of the table his anxiety. Suddenly swelled once more as he realized they aim to operate on him. I don't want to be operated on he slurred. Then there was a strange sound followed by a stranger sensation as some sort of cylindrical device. Cupped his genitals before he could cry out. He felt a tube inserted into his Eureka through. There was the sensation of ejaculation. And then nothing it would seem that this particularly distressing part of the procedure is where Barneys memory of the incident ended. Even under hypnosis. He had no recollection of seeing Betty aboard the craft nor could he speak to how he went from the exam table to back in his car driving toward Portsmouth the session had therefore been both a success and failure Simon told Barney that he could now wake up, but that before he did. So he was to forget everything. Barney blinked back into the waking world feeling as if he had only just arrived in the doctor's office. Dr Simon had clearly established that Barney had experienced a trauma and on some level Barney associated that trauma with alien abduction. But Simon was far from being convinced of life from other worlds. There was a definite racial element to Barney's entire story. Could he be completing his fear of experiencing racism with some sort of shared delusion of aliens? But then again, how could post office dispatcher from New Hampshire dream up such an elaborate and specific fantasy Dr Simon had no. No, easy answers to these questions. But he knew that potential further. Clues lied, not only within Barney's mind, but within the mind of his.

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"barney" Discussed on Extraterrestrial

Extraterrestrial

03:01 min | 3 years ago

"barney" Discussed on Extraterrestrial

"He saw the man with the is he was in the aircraft staring at Barney Barney thought that he looked like a captain with his black uniform and scarf. He looked like a Nazi those is there in my brain. He thought the once more he was frozen. God give me strength. He didn't have any money. He didn't have anything the is seared themselves into his brain. Just keep looking just keep looking, and then he was floating his arms moved out to his side's his legs dangled beneath him now his eyes closed, but he could feel his feet bumping against pebbles in the road. And then the smooth medal of a ramp. They were taking him aboard. Dr Simon briefly ordered Barney depaz he needed to switch the tape in his recorder. Simon did. So and they resumed inside the craft Barney could only imagine what was going on as he kept his is sealed shut or as far as he knew the alien was making him keep his eyes shut the cold metal of an operating table rose to greet him as he finally laid down on his back as he went to stretch noticed that his feet dangled off the end of the table his anxiety. Suddenly swelled once more as he realized they aim to operate on him. I don't want to be operated on he slurred. Then there was a strange sound followed by a stranger sensation as some sort of cylindrical device. Cupped his genitals before he could cry out. He felt a tube inserted into his Eureka through. There was the sensation of ejaculation. And then nothing it would seem that this particularly distressing part of the procedure is where Barneys memory of the incident ended. Even under hypnosis. He had no recollection of seeing Betty aboard the craft nor could he speak to how he went from the exam table to back in his car driving toward Portsmouth the session had therefore been both a success and failure Simon told Barney that he could now wake up, but that before he did. So he was to forget everything. Barney blinked back into the waking world feeling as if he had only just arrived in the doctor's office. Dr Simon had clearly established that Barney had experienced a trauma and on some level Barney associated that trauma with alien abduction. But Simon was far from being convinced of life from other worlds. There was a definite racial element to Barney's entire story. Could he be completing his fear of experiencing racism with some sort of shared delusion of aliens? But then again, how could post office dispatcher from New Hampshire dream up such an elaborate and specific fantasy Dr Simon had no. No, easy answers to these questions. But he knew that potential further. Clues lied, not only within Barney's mind, but within the mind of his.

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"barney" Discussed on Extraterrestrial

Extraterrestrial

02:37 min | 3 years ago

"barney" Discussed on Extraterrestrial

"He looked to and was surprised to see that the light was still there, and it seemed to be following them. Barney quickly pulled over again getting out. He observed the craft once more it almost seemed to hover suddenly it streaked across the sky flying far past their car and up above cannon mountain Barney that he said that's not a plane his anger grew. Well, what the hell else could it be? Then he realized Betty thought this was a UFO he rolled his eyes gesturing to get back in the car as they continue to long. So do the light weaving in and out of mountains and forests Barney thought that a military planes shouldn't be following them. Like this. He was going to call. Call in report it when they got home. It did bother him that it moved so fast. And that he couldn't make out propellers or hear a sound. But Betty was being silly. This wasn't some UFO that was nonsense. He wished it would just make a sound he wished he could hear it so badly Betty just kept going on. It's not a plane. Look, look, she said she could see through the clouds. She said it was huge in glowing. This only made him more worried Betty wasn't usually like this. She didn't just make things up the light ricocheted across the sky changing direction at a whim moving forward and reverse. He pulled over for the third time. While Betty was busy looking at the sky. He reached for the glove compartment and pocketed the pistol. He kept inside fuming trying to hide his fear. He jumped out moving to the back of the car he popped the trunk and removed a tire wrench. Betty continued to question him to point out that it couldn't be a plane. Couldn't you just be quiet for one moment while he thought maybe he could flag it down brandishes wrench to show. He wasn't afraid. Maybe. Both ducked down something bright loud and massive swung across the road. Not one hundred feet ahead of them. They watched as it flew over the tree line and into a nearby field. Then they turn to look at each other. It definitely wasn't a plane. Up next Barney encounters UFO now back to the story. On the night of September nineteenth nineteen sixty one. Barney and Betty hill had been returning home to.

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"barney" Discussed on Extraterrestrial

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02:37 min | 3 years ago

"barney" Discussed on Extraterrestrial

"He looked to and was surprised to see that the light was still there, and it seemed to be following them. Barney quickly pulled over again getting out. He observed the craft once more it almost seemed to hover suddenly it streaked across the sky flying far past their car and up above cannon mountain Barney that he said that's not a plane his anger grew. Well, what the hell else could it be? Then he realized Betty thought this was a UFO he rolled his eyes gesturing to get back in the car as they continue to long. So do the light weaving in and out of mountains and forests Barney thought that a military planes shouldn't be following them. Like this. He was going to call. Call in report it when they got home. It did bother him that it moved so fast. And that he couldn't make out propellers or hear a sound. But Betty was being silly. This wasn't some UFO that was nonsense. He wished it would just make a sound he wished he could hear it so badly Betty just kept going on. It's not a plane. Look, look, she said she could see through the clouds. She said it was huge in glowing. This only made him more worried Betty wasn't usually like this. She didn't just make things up the light ricocheted across the sky changing direction at a whim moving forward and reverse. He pulled over for the third time. While Betty was busy looking at the sky. He reached for the glove compartment and pocketed the pistol. He kept inside fuming trying to hide his fear. He jumped out moving to the back of the car he popped the trunk and removed a tire wrench. Betty continued to question him to point out that it couldn't be a plane. Couldn't you just be quiet for one moment while he thought maybe he could flag it down brandishes wrench to show. He wasn't afraid. Maybe. Both ducked down something bright loud and massive swung across the road. Not one hundred feet ahead of them. They watched as it flew over the tree line and into a nearby field. Then they turn to look at each other. It definitely wasn't a plane. Up next Barney encounters UFO now back to the story. On the night of September nineteenth nineteen sixty one. Barney and Betty hill had been returning home to.

Barney Betty hill one hundred feet
"barney" Discussed on Extraterrestrial

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03:16 min | 3 years ago

"barney" Discussed on Extraterrestrial

"Tonigh- falls middle aged American couple Barney and Betty hill claim to have been -ducted and experimented upon by an alien crew this week. We'll learn Barney's full story following his attempts to recall his lost memories and cope with the resulting trauma his sessions with psychiatrist and hypnotist. Dr Benjamin Simon remains some of the most chilling accounts of an alien encounter of able to the public next week. We'll follow Betty side of the story as she recovers memories of our own and attempts to convince skeptics, ultimately the hills would become the grandparents of the American UFO phenomenon. The first people to report abduction by aliens from another world. The beginning of modern space exploration is difficult to pinpoint exactly however, the launch of the satellites Sputnik one by the Soviet Union in nineteen fifty seven was one of the most significant events in the timeline. The artificial sphere was not even two feet in diameter it orbited the earth for only a few months. It carried no weapons. No, computer. It was in essence a glorified flying radio. But Sputnik had an inestimable impact on the human subconscious. As Americans watched reports of the space craft on their newfangled television sets they felt Aw, but also dread. Dread. At the capabilities of the USSR dread at the earth's insignificance in the cosmos. Dread. That aliens might really be out there for obvious reasons. The nineteen fifty seven launch of Sputnik led to an increase in sightings of unidentified flying object. Whether or not these reports were valid one. One thing was for sure humanity was spending a lot more time looking up in wonder at the stars. Shooting at his father in laws home in Kingston, New Hampshire. Barney hill had no idea that in just four years time. He would be the first man to report abduction by a UFO. It was a clear night in nineteen fifty seven Barney thirty five was with his wife, Betty and her family, the barretts the stars were out in full force such view prompted Betty's father to suggest that he had seen Sputnik. The Russian satellite pass by recently, the sister-in-law chimed in she lived nearby and on a night as clear as this. She had seen genuine UFO. It was long cigar shaped, and it was orbited by other smaller craft Betty became excited and shared how she had been reading that scientists thought there was the possibility of life on other planets. It was just a matter of time before they used their telescopes to find one of these civilizations. Barney didn't add to the conversation. He was skeptical of it all as a black, man. He had grow. Up in a country that looked down on him. Barney had to work hard for what he had in life the barretts had two, but they were white. And so in his mind, they haven't experienced the same obstacles. By nineteen sixty one Barney now thirty nine was working as a dispatcher for the post office. It was a long night shift that demanded constant effort even worse required that Barney drives sixty miles for his commute as he and Betty now lived in.

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"barney" Discussed on Extraterrestrial

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03:16 min | 3 years ago

"barney" Discussed on Extraterrestrial

"Tonigh- falls middle aged American couple Barney and Betty hill claim to have been -ducted and experimented upon by an alien crew this week. We'll learn Barney's full story following his attempts to recall his lost memories and cope with the resulting trauma his sessions with psychiatrist and hypnotist. Dr Benjamin Simon remains some of the most chilling accounts of an alien encounter of able to the public next week. We'll follow Betty side of the story as she recovers memories of our own and attempts to convince skeptics, ultimately the hills would become the grandparents of the American UFO phenomenon. The first people to report abduction by aliens from another world. The beginning of modern space exploration is difficult to pinpoint exactly however, the launch of the satellites Sputnik one by the Soviet Union in nineteen fifty seven was one of the most significant events in the timeline. The artificial sphere was not even two feet in diameter it orbited the earth for only a few months. It carried no weapons. No, computer. It was in essence a glorified flying radio. But Sputnik had an inestimable impact on the human subconscious. As Americans watched reports of the space craft on their newfangled television sets they felt Aw, but also dread. Dread. At the capabilities of the USSR dread at the earth's insignificance in the cosmos. Dread. That aliens might really be out there for obvious reasons. The nineteen fifty seven launch of Sputnik led to an increase in sightings of unidentified flying object. Whether or not these reports were valid one. One thing was for sure humanity was spending a lot more time looking up in wonder at the stars. Shooting at his father in laws home in Kingston, New Hampshire. Barney hill had no idea that in just four years time. He would be the first man to report abduction by a UFO. It was a clear night in nineteen fifty seven Barney thirty five was with his wife, Betty and her family, the barretts the stars were out in full force such view prompted Betty's father to suggest that he had seen Sputnik. The Russian satellite pass by recently, the sister-in-law chimed in she lived nearby and on a night as clear as this. She had seen genuine UFO. It was long cigar shaped, and it was orbited by other smaller craft Betty became excited and shared how she had been reading that scientists thought there was the possibility of life on other planets. It was just a matter of time before they used their telescopes to find one of these civilizations. Barney didn't add to the conversation. He was skeptical of it all as a black, man. He had grow. Up in a country that looked down on him. Barney had to work hard for what he had in life the barretts had two, but they were white. And so in his mind, they haven't experienced the same obstacles. By nineteen sixty one Barney now thirty nine was working as a dispatcher for the post office. It was a long night shift that demanded constant effort even worse required that Barney drives sixty miles for his commute as he and Betty now lived in.

Barney hill Betty hill Dr Benjamin Simon USSR Soviet Union Tonigh Kingston New Hampshire four years two feet