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"billy mays" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"We told you earlier that Billy Beane, who's been with the ace since 1990, according to The Wall Street Journal, The VP may leave the A's after 30 years if his group Red Ball Acquisition Corporate corporation is purchased. By Fenway Sports Group, which would make it a conflict of interest for him to be involved with the Red Sox in the A's and the talk is that Billy may no longer be in baseball and may pursue efforts. In the world of soccer. Well, well that headlines out there. Bob Nightingale of the U. S. A Today is tweeting out right now that the White Sox who said good bye to Rick rent to re as their manager, despite the fact that team reached the playoffs. Are planning to reach out to Tony LaRussa, the Hall of Fame manager and former manager of the White Sox for their managerial opening Lakers win their 17th title in six years and six games. Four games to two and last year they did not make the playoffs This year. They want it all. LeBron gets the M v P. He's got four rings and four finals. M P. P's Tampa beat Houston today 42 to go to Owen, The CS In the Braves Get a solo Jack from Freddie Freeman there leading the Dodgers won Nothing in Game one of the NLCS Monday night Football underway Justin Herbert the Chargers in New Orleans. Against Michael Thomas, less New Orleans Saints club and no score so far in that one, those your half past headlines. Now back to Tolbert, Kruger and Brooks on KNBR 1045 and 6 80, ft sports leader. All right. Time. Talk a little Niner football. Little pack 12 football with our friend Todd Husak. Recon here calling Stanford games and about Yeah, called three weeks. Uh, Three weeks or so, from now played at Stanford.
"billy mays" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"That guy. I mean, she put people in jail for weed was running in the top. She's the top cop. Californian San Francisco's so he's you need to come up with something and probably sooner rather than later, maybe even sooner than October. Well, if this outbreak this corona virus pandemic continues, toe last Dr Fauci has come up with a way for us to be safe. Okay, Doctor Fauci, the face of the Corona Virus Task force already know about this. I mean, social distancing and masks. Oh, there's more washing your hands. I mean, that's it right, as Billy Mays the late Billy Mays would say, But wait, there's more. Take a listen to the doctor found she was talking about on ABC earlier today. I mean, if you We want perfect protection of your mucosal surface is just for your your your audience. Jenna's universal. We will know you have new closer in the nose. You calls you in the mouth, but you also have new closer in the eye. And that's one of the things that you know. Theoretically, you should protect all the mucosal surfaces. So if you have goggles or a knife a or an eye shield you should use it. I mean, it's not universally recommended. But if you really want to be complete, you should probably use it if you can. It's just that it's so easy for people that just make a cloth mass goggles and shield baby. Here we go. What if we keep listening to vouch for you? We're all going to look like those guys who broke into Elliot's house at the end of E T wearing space suits and oxygen masks. It's ridiculous. Like by the way, what if you beat it? What if you have the antibodies? Do I still have to play dress up every time I go outside? Azmat Suit? Yes. You need a full body. Condoms not say I'm ill play, Bo. I'm wearing my mask. If I go inside a Walgreens, no way in hell, I'm wearing a welder's helmet. Every time I get out of my car looked like Luke Skywalker. Training on the remote. The blast shield down. I can't see anything. That's what that he was training on the millennium. Right? Obi Wan Kenobi. Who face shields or next, they're coming. Ladies and gentlemen, Dr Fauci says, if you've got a hole that's going to get infected. Welcome this morning, Matt Bear Corona virus knocked me up. You wear a mask of Uranus,.
"billy mays" Discussed on KTTH 770AM
"The curtain police we're introducing New York state clean hand sanitizer made conveniently by the state of New York he's like Billy Mays he says the governor of New York showing off the latest wares which I believe are made by prisoners in the New York state prison system the correctional facilities of the Empire State he goes on and cut thirty four this is seventy five percent alcohol it also has a comes in a variety of sizes it has a very nice floral bouquets of little I detect the fly lack hydrangeas tulips what is wrong with you tulips yes floral bouquet this is real and I guess he's sort of having some fun with a little tongue in cheek I kind of found it funny she's like a slightly creepy or sham while guy where that guy I would love to know what it takes to become one of those pitchman right there's the oxy clean guy there's of course the my pillow guy but he is hawking his own product Billy Mays is sort of like Hey here's this random thing you can slap on a boat it'll stop it from sinking Ron Popeil I think was the original one the pocket fisherman the rotisserie grill which my family bought one by the way when I was a kid was that the set it and forget it set and forget it and the funniest thing is when it arrives your house they have giant warning labels that say do not set and forget this machine will burn down your house you have to watch it so the forget it was just something that rhymed was not actually accurate but it made a pretty good chicken it really cuts the fat Andrew Cuomo pitchman from New York some inmates making some hand.
"billy mays" Discussed on The Bone 102.5
"Don't be nervous I got flow Monroe back this up to and then we can go from there and anybody who wants to hop on we we can make this happen what do you what do you need from us Billy what do you wanna make sure everybody's closely everybody's ready it's all about feeling the energy yeah yeah because I want to get a little closer here we can feel the energy a little bit like if your skin is like when you get this might just do whatever you want to do in it yep with it and how not anything Billy has a gig Friday night after our toy drive after not helping us save Christmas Billy is doing a benefit for a bird sanctuary yeah you said that is not a Gulf port yet low tide copper bar to go see him there he performs as it for the third as Balfe council as Billy Mays the third and Billy without further ado here is our newest addition any of them out cancel say Hey Hey Hey Hey Hey Hey happy Hanukkah happy Hanukkah happy happy Hanukkah happy happy Hanukkah happy happy happy happy happy happy happy happy happy.
"billy mays" Discussed on The Bone 102.5
"Like. Performance shows. A lot of moving parts. It feels more stressful one of those who really does we're almost to the finish line. And in a moment, we're going to introduce our very good friend Billy Mays, the third aka infinite third, aka mouth council caller. Go ahead. I'm all hey, what's up? Consider since early two thousand. Only listened to. Ten minutes increments. Okay. Little homeless. Old gay man from south. Last week Medicom yet. Some of the terms of the things that you do too. Provoke salt? I don't think I ever seen. It gave me a different perspective. Only. Wait. Can I just ask for a second? What what in the world, I would ever say that would make a homophobe because I get criticized for being the exact opposite of that. Which is a homosexual. Because usually people were Paul, and they had aspects to their voice. And i'm. Alabama. Watched. This is one thing. But I I like to think I make fun of all different voices. Whether they be loyalty redneck hillbilly northeast, Chowdhury, whatever I don't I hate the you'd think. Like, I said it only listen to five. You may have you may have a topic. It was interesting. Interesting topic was over with. Exchanged jail. All right. What? Turn you around when you realize last week that it just kind of like a little show. Sometimes a little, wink, wink, nudge, nudge, over the top opinion stuff. Yes. Somebody maybe close minded, and you're trying to get into a different way. Right. And I started spending more time listening to. Well, thank you. Appreciate that had. Radio. Come in the house today. And I. You'll channel was available. Newsday. Shaimaa. Hey, let's time. Yes. I really appreciate the kind words. I hope you'll call back sometime we can have more time to stretch out and really talk. That'd be that'd be a lot of fun. But nothing else. Well, welcome welcome to the show. And we appreciate you. Thank you very much. I appreciate it. But thank you. Thank you. Greg. You too. Thank you, seventy seven five seven nine one or two five that guy sounded fifty-six and gay. Yeah. And from south Alabama, ladies and gentlemen, our good friend of the show making his infinite appearance on the show. We love this, dude. A lot Billy Mays the third Billy. It's great to see you, man. Good to see what do you got going on? What are you? What are you pimping today? Oh, man. I'm not really pinpoint anything I'm just trying to get through my days. I got a lot of gigs. That's the thing. You're you. Don't you have all kinds of shows in this month and next month? Tomorrow lucky you tattoo for their art show. Didn't mouth council. Man. I don't know. I have a lot is such a true artist that he comes into promoted shows, then he decides his one approach shows anymore. He's all about the arc. Promote..
"billy mays" Discussed on The Bone 102.5
"Previously on the soul brother Kevin show. Sarah Sanders says God wanted Trump to become resident bit that were Sarah. I was hot. The perfect. He. Please me baby. His dead. The soul brother Kevin show. Weeknights from six to nine point five the real raw radio. Some household. We now return you to drew. It is true grotto live tomorrow big show planned for you. We'll be joined in studio. By our good friend, Billy Mays the third aka infinite third. We'll also be joined in studio by Steve wilko's of Steve welcome show. Formerly of the Jerry Springer show. And on the phone. We'll have the very unique.
"billy mays" Discussed on The Film Vault
"He's he's about to cruise and berry berry played by dunkers and very short runway and very seal as Kabar goes up, and he gives them like a crucifix goes here. He's It's like. like. Cruises like seals like, I don't need that. It's not gonna make the runway any any longer. So then you realize, 'oh, flocked runways long enough. Plus, he's got this heavy heavy load heavy load, right? So fuck it give it to me. I because you could tell these nerves, right? He's nervous great pilot willing to try anything once even that's not something you wanna pilot say, but he is. So then cut to he's starting the plane backed it up they put literally push as far into the jungle as they could to give them more runway. And he's about to take off and now Escobar and start pulling out bills, and they're making bets on whether or not he's going to be able to clear the jungle because at the end of the runway is the jungle and it's really well shot. Is you imagine? It's like a nail biter. Fuck is gonna make it. It's a good one. It's a good one. Right. It's a fun movie. It's totally a Brian movie to it goes down smooth. It's it's real easy to watch think much. I love nothing. I know you do fortunately. Well, fortunately, actually, I did nothing for number one. As said nineteen seventy Hayes is. Seventy eight midnight express. The is it the original drug smuggling movie Holly Hollywood studio movie, anyway, I would have to think so I can't I don't I didn't my research not yield because the French connection came up before. But didn't actually feature any drug smuggling scene. My best shot. I did a bunch of research myself. And this is what I'm saying. Like if we're wrong on this, please do let me know from you guys. And if there is a drug smuggling not about drug smuggling or referred to an actual see drugs are being transported. Let me know because I would like to know mid-next restaurant about Alan Parker director of Mississippi burning angel heart many, many movies, very very quality director, he makes quality films, but they tend to take time treasure of wall. Yes. All all. Brad. Davis plays. Yes, heart. You say I did angel hearten Brad, Vida. If. Brad davis. I'm just movies now Brad Davis plays like Anderson said Billy Hayes, I met the Billy. Hey, did you talk about this? We talked. All right Bill as his number. I was going to say this. But but Bill. Exactly what it was. I was talking to Billy Hayes about, but I I spoke to him for twenty minutes, and they'll love parking lot on the phone because I'll probably I think I was trying to book them on some show that I was running the town. Really good guy, the actual real life. Hey. Conic horrific ordeal. Turkish prison I got to speak doing ironically, the real Billy Hayes still alive, not Billy Mays Billy Mays Bilas dead as well as it gotta played Billy Hayes. He's also. Davis. Eight of aids he actually committed assisted suicide of aids busy heading used as the cleaning, the whistle. And then he's like pleasing with aids for my such backwards rolling. Okay. On my research didn't yield that that'd be a terrible way to like commit suicide. Please check me with aids be drop Logan. Yes. This is watch the scene on YouTube in this scene holds up at dramatic starts off..
"billy mays" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI
"Protect itself now as an individual if you feel comfortable or you are want to inquire about about carrying a firearm. Well, I would get in touch with your local NRA instructors. There's tons of them and start to get familiar with firearms. Go through some training, the NRA as a carry guard program, which is absolutely phenomenal. On course. Through teach y'all about personal protection. I try to train as much as I possibly can. I like go to the range because I enjoy it. But I also do it because it's my responsibility to mostly H L holders like this. They train get the training to the point where you feel comfortable. Jill I get to firearms are not right for everybody. My goal is to make sure that everyone in America who is legally allowed to do. So has the right if they want to carry that's it. I don't wanna make everybody carry. I just want you to exercise your, right? If you want to but let me finish here. It's grant stinks field. I'm in the NRA. You're the NRA you're on NRA TV. The first thing out of the left is always the NRA's just trying to sell more guns. Great. If you ever had anybody for the NRA tried to tell you. Let's look sell some more guns. You wanted us something that's great about NRA TV Joe, I have complete freedom on that program to say what I want to say even here right down speaking for myself speaking for NRA, I would say I mimicked the voice of Alvar five and a half million members. But the NRA doesn't come tell me to sell guns or anything. They call me the Billy Mays of the gun into a great guy. He was but I'm not I'm not the Billy Mays of the gun industry. All I want. And I promise you Joe when I tell you the bottom, my heart, the leadership of the NRA all the folks at NRA TV. And most members were parents were members of your community. We are around you. We we want safety and security for everyone from the bottom of our hearts. We are just as brought to despair as anyone else's when a shooting like this occurs. We appreciate your Granitz tinge field. A great host over two NRA TV going follow..
"billy mays" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK
"Khaki pants as well they wanna see Hi Todd, Schnitt foxy clean both are Royal Billy Mays the friend. Anthony, Sullivan remains a friend so if they're watching Billy Filipov Anthony on conventional? Television. Hello does this shirt blend me into the background too much busy show today wow how about the, primary and special elections across the country last night. And two of the most closely followed races are well? Officially, too close to call now you had. The Republican who Know full disclosure I what I want and wanted. Him to win in Ohio obviously But and he's already essentially last I saw that he's claim victory but I. Mean it looks like we're headed toward a recount here just because of the closeness but certainly we're not seeing the election called and remember this is kind. Of an odd process because the elections, going to swing back around again in November so even if the democrat does lose he's going to be back again and you, know what kind of mobilization is going also in that Ohio. Race And and this this this gets you know pretty bizarre in this Ohio. Race there's a spoiler candidate who is, like a kind of out there candidate that garnered about eleven hundred votes and that could have swung the election Either way, essentially so we'll get into all. That coming up but the Ohio race the special election for a couple of months until that house seat, is up for grabs again in November Again a bizarre dynamic at really too close to call still and then we have the Kansas gubernatorial primary between the Trump pick and the incumbent governor so we'll. Get into all that coming up today here on Schnitt. The, way, that I do, it the way we Schnitt cast. On the program not going to bore you to death because I am I'm a radio. Entertainer when, it. Comes down to it now also. This is interesting we'll we'll deal with this, people chew on this, for a second people over forty should only work three hours a day I'm sorry correction I like that People I do three hours a day but where there's there's five times that in prep. People over forty should only works three days a week. Sorry people, graspis people over, forty should only work three days. A week according to experts I want to parse that but I what are you say. We dive, into. Some insider trading When? The hell will people learn that You can't Rollout tips to, family friends, the SEC the securities and. Exchange Commission they have wings of people that look for these types of suspicious trades when a stock goes on a rip and goes up like a rocket when a stock, gets murdered when information becomes available to the street and meaning the street or normal rank and file people that don't have any tentacles that touch any potential, inside information, the SEC the securities and. Exchange Commission they look, for awkward odd. Suspicious trades When you have an event with a publicly traded stock did. Did a a crazy amount of stock. Change hands the days prior to a stock shooting up like a rocket because of a public announcement or a stock plummeting because of a public announcement they look at this, there have been many cases high profile cases hey Representative Collins in yes I'm talking about Representative Chris Collins from Schenectady New York a Republican and I I'd, be lying, if I didn't say I. I'd rather this be. A democratic presented Told the truth, others tell the, truth, I wish it? Warrant, a Republican and happens, to be but you, know how, can you, be so, don't be again innocent until proven guilty he, has he's just pleaded in federal court He's. Just played in in the last few minutes Collins and, those charged his, son father-in-law they've pleaded? Not guilty and bond for them has been. Set at. Five hundred thousand dollars a piece Now I want. To get into some of the nuts and bolts here but I I would say to Representative Collins From New York Martha Stewart Martha Stewart would ultimately if I if my memory serves me. Correctly would really nailed Martha Stewart is she lied to the FBI during the investigation of what was the name of. That, company m m Nimin oh it's another company that's another pharmaceutical or biological or bio, tech, that, starts. With well no no no Immelt is the is the g. e. CEO. Visit was something like that so what was I'm talking to my executive producer what was driving me nuts in my, ear yet Yep No, oh? What, oh. Great she just. Typed, well the all you have to do is type in Martha Stewart insider. Trading and what was the name of the? Company it was. Him I want to say? Immelt General Electric So should find that. Quickly because, it's gonna drive, me nuts but again the details, here. This is. Like a classic.
"billy mays" Discussed on High Noon
"That is the dish whoa i respect any that goes to the barber shop and says give me the sangha it is really billy mays and billy move all the way home like what then he is also i heating objectively speaking i do not have a defense for him if we create all these weird rules this seems violated those parabolic moonshot they're not lending even though this gave us the result that certainly so i understand that you could say that he was cheating but i do believe that there's a letter versus spirit argument in this and i can make the argument that saying that the ball has to land before the next pitches thrown is actually unfair to a guy like bryce harper because his titanic shots are going so far that he is being cheated out of his time because of his own brilliant therefore pop shoot ahead to ball coming through there you shouldn't hold it against that do for a reason to pull me by the way sankey actually hit he had the mohawk but bryce harper there was this poll conducted of all these player will be players that was published in the ethnic and it said that about ford almost half of the players surveyed said bryce harper was the most overrated player in baseball something like this does not do anything think to dissuade those right here i'm going to the way so you had rice harper in front of his home crowd which may not be as home proper much longer ainu has him getting away with something that other players maybe shouldn't have gotten away with because we can celebrate him simply winning the whole run durfee is what makes you overrated like mad right the other thing is at the home run derby is a fake contest why do we care about fake rules next name josh rosen the former ucla qb and current arezzo cardinal is part of a group proposing a new plan to compensate ncwa athletes if propose a clearinghouse middleman acting at the pseudo agent for all athletes go sheeting individual and group deals with the plan also only allows athletes to be paid once they receive their degree no degree no money so bo do you think josh rosen's plan here has a chance to fix the college system no i hate josh roses planning i generally like josh rosen but let me tell you why hate his plan so much why bothers me everyone that was like people who have an attachment to the nc double a like we liked the pageantry of college sports we like all that stuff so what people are always trying to do in changing this system is they want to tweak it a little bit but they want to try to keep all the stuff that they like what they don't understand is not paying the players is fundamental to what this is this isn't just a quirk read is like oh well if we get rid of that everything else gets solved nobody ethos of this is about keeping them broke and what bothered me more than anything else in seeing this this idea of well they'll get the money after they graduate what's wrong with them getting the money right now they're only one other industry where people are like no you can't pay them because then they won't know how to act there's a movie about it and he's gotta do name pretty tony i think julia roberts now you wake up with some money they subject to go crazy like that's what this you're right you're right there is book what are the really messed up parts of this is that the education things still is maintained as part of the khan even in reform and i love josh rosen or at the very least josh ruins ambition because i do understand one of the big problems about being a college avenue does that the people who truly matter and have megaphones and have influenced stopping college athletes and then they become people with the rome perhaps running back century concerns as professionals this is not a thing that you can really care about only so so long but the idea that you would have education and a diploma and why isn't the olympic model just the.
"billy mays" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"This is the trump version kfi am six forty it's conway show nine years ago today that's michael jackson died crazy is it true that fair fossett died the same day let me check here i was told that yeah is it true in two thousand nine would you have said i would have also said yes that's crazy she's been dead for nine years and i thought she was alive that's nuts that's how much it was overshadowed by michael jackson and i don't even remember if she if her death was reported i i don't think i don't know i got it was a big gap of time i had forgotten about this but ed mcmahon had died just days before that june twenty yeah i am believable those three farah fawcett michael jackson ed mcmahon you know the the saying is going three that might be one of the the like the biggest powerhouse threes gotta be anybody michael jackson that is amazing the nelly maes died like three days after that to that's what i remember billy me yes billy mays while june twenty eighth.
"billy mays" Discussed on Lights, Camera, Podcast
"Caress your face through my red snuggie i there's a couple other on here i gotta keep going all right would you think that grandpa joe could use the snuggie here walk in there snuggie didn't dive hypothermia like i don't know how those how they provide will always be beyond me slipping cardboard blankets i should have been dead for the conditions for the lack of food for the lack of moving for the temperature for where they are i mean for fucking old they are i mean the life expectancy back in the time that we couldn't have been that high so very impressive all things considered i'm going to also merge like spray on hair and the rotisserie chicken and oxy clean i'm surprised there's no like bio pic for ron pope he'll and what's his face silly billy mays closest week i was joy joyce kind of on that she did the miracle mop i was a bio pic kind of as here he taught way right like coke overdose i know i hit the heart attack felt like the cocoa doses always an urban legend i mean maybe could have been maybe it would they didn't op topsy but i i don't know wasn't it was it wasn't that the around the same time that steve everyone died two thousand nine i think urban everyone's like it wasn't six hydrocortisone oxycodones and tram at all but they said he had major hip problems and he was scheduled for hip replacement surgery the day after he was found dead so obviously he had a lot of shit going on.
"billy mays" Discussed on Art of Self Evolution
"Album called channels you've got nonprofit that you're working on the documentary you know and all the spare time that you don't have really you've got a letter right i'm on and off for right now so okay yeah so if anyone wants to reach me i'm pretty easy you could type in my name to google and you'll find me but social media infinite third spelled out t h i r d at infinite third on instagram and twitter i'm available on their infant third dot com you can see everything you need to know including tour dates and yeah i mean i feel like i'm pretty easy to find my my music my new album and a bunch of even the first album that i mentioned gently they're all on spotify and apple and all the other platforms if you wanna check them out yet remember yours dreaming dot com is another one yeah remember right yeah exactly remember you are chaining dot com is another website to check out and yes listeners you can find him anywhere and you want to find him meaning you know i'm really enjoy knowing that i've really enjoyed sitting with your music and and felony around in so glad you're out there i don't know how you have the time to be out there doing everything that you're doing but i think this softening expanding apparently you're expanding to reach the whole country yeah i mean it's not about time it's like i can waste as much time as i want and the only thing that really gets anything done is effortless sort of relaxed actions so it's really just taking the time to to relax myself enough to be able to get something done and then it all gets done very quickly and hughes right like an seen on that.
"billy mays" Discussed on Art of Self Evolution
"The ultimate like infinite depth that we all have so be able to hear any any of any to experience any of anyone else's story is sort of a privileged and i've just been trying to respect that lately it's like everything you just said so we're gonna take that and and encapsulating just add alone no i really appreciate that and user to the knows i saw thing and not judge myself no let's stop on one of the reasons i even asked you that question is just to hear your take on as an artist who's truly out there doing multiple leveled work on multidimensional work perhaps federated say there's something that you have on your site is sometimes they feel like i'm processing hidden anxieties and fears when i play only to find out someone in the audience needed the same and i just love that love that period go into yourself and let them use it translate that the exact medicine that someone probably everyone but that people need it and if you censor that if you try to be anything but offensive and and discover yourself in that moment you wouldn't be offering the medicine would you you know yeah no that's totally true and that goes for lately i've been seeing it more and more just in like genuine interactions with people as if i held in what i'm really feeling or my you know the thing that i don't wanna say to someone if i hold it in it's almost like i'm depriving of that connection of that moment of like true authentic city and i've and i've definitely had so many moments where somebody shared their story with me like the the difficult parts of their story their struggle and it was exactly what i needed to know that like it's okay to struggle and the you know we're just getting through it so i look at it as both ways and it's the same with the audience when the audience comes up to me anyone from the audience comes up to me and says that it's what they needed and it's like i truly believe that i'm equally feeding off their they're seeking for that as much as i am giving it so like the opportunity to channel it.
"billy mays" Discussed on Art of Self Evolution
"To create from that place and sorta treat business and all that like not so cold and just sort of do it with feeling with authenticity yeah and you really do in feeling authenticity is a whole new paradigm of not just business but then i would imagine abundance right another what we can return from creating from that point you know can be different not not so linear right in speak to that in your verbiage in a namesake and stuff you got a couple of projects i still wanna touch on the ambient installation series that was something you launched in two thousand seventeen yeah that was just a way for me a my music is infinite third as always sort of been like a chameleon i can play a lot of different styles of sets and different locations and one that i always enjoyed was when i would do like sort of background set at like an art gallery art opening or anything like that or it's just someone's party where i'm not like the main focus and i could just sort of play and practice improvise and it's all part of the show so one point i just decided to instead of waiting 'cause i you know a couple of times per year end up at these events that are like that but at some point i just decided why don't i just make the event so i chose a bunch of locations i think i ended up doing oh man some something like thirty in twenty seventeen or more in the saint pete area and i would just pick my favorite locations coffee shops and art galleries and restaurants and stuff like that and i asked him if i could come and just schedule a thing where i play for four hours and it's a open to the public and people can just come by and and hang out for the whole.
"billy mays" Discussed on Art of Self Evolution
"Hello thank you for joining us today you're listening to the sob network part of the radio network i am your host joanne muir the show name is art of south of a show to encourage inspire people to fully evolve we have a fabulous guest on our show today i'm incredibly excited to introduce you to billy mays saint petersburg florida based billy mays that third chose his moniker infinite third to represent an inner duality infinite being the part that's created connected to the greater consciousness third representing the human element it follows that his endless layers of ethereal guitar crime beats and pulsing drones act as a conduit for something greater than the sum of their parts songs are often improvised journeys through undefined scales structured and concise but with room for random moments of openness the perfect gateway into experimental music he's well recognized in the tampa bay area tampa bay times ran an indepth profile and he was bestowed to best of the bay awards from creative low things reader's poll best local experimental act and best local instrumentalist mazes interacted looping project mount council was also chosen by sure microphones for an international marketing campaign billy your list goes on and on let me just say hello and thank you for being on the show with us today all right thanks for having me yeah so you are everywhere meaning on you know you you've really explored your art in so many ways it seems that you come to it so you've actually said in in in your bio that you have a channel element to your art and it sounds like you create just on the spot so wherever you'd like to wherever your channel to start today tell us a little bit about your story and how you got to do this kind of work.
"billy mays" Discussed on WLOB
"So this was a tweet on the fifteenth big questions in comas badly reviewed book aren't answered like this is the president talking questions like how come he gave up classified information jail jail in parentheses why did he lie to congress jail why did the dnc refused to give server to the fbi why didn't they take it why the phony memos mccabe seven hundred thousand dollars and more it's kind of a billy mays touch at the end and more and men and much much more if you order now so the president obviously he hadn't read the book yet i guess unless you got a galley copy but he he's he said it was a badly reviewed book and then he went onto to ask some questions and then put the word jail in parentheses severi interesting way that trump does things now he didn't call for james comey to be jailed he mentioned a list of things like how come you gave up classified information and then you put jail in parentheses because some people their jailed for giving up classified information right just like people jailed for lying that's why you put it in parentheses so he didn't call for james comey to go to jail he mentioned the jail is often the result of giving up classified information and he also said he asked why he lied to congress and he put jail in there too maybe you think that's calling for him to to be jailed.