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"bjork" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show
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"bjork" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show
"And nobody and the thing. That's going i if everybody's kicked off at that you see and everybody's by the thing that's gonna happen is what happens when there's two or three four teams less than they're all from. Sec yeah i can. I can hear somebody three years from now saying we need to. We need to roll this thing back. It's not working right. No doubt there ain't no doubt that's somebody's gonna complain about it either way if we had sixteen if we had the final four one year is going to be alabama georgia texas. Am and clemson and You know the you know the the the the you know the i'll i'll i'll spare their name as soon as i mentioned their name. Though you know they'll they'll they'll be all upset but you know the usual suspects From fox sports and other media circles are going to be railing about how unfair it is and and and you know what who cares about. I'm now to the point where You know the pundits don't mean anything now know the haters talking. At least they're they've got your name in your mouth but Nah i just. I think it's gonna be very interesting. How the committee ranks teams now. I think that's what's gonna be though for the starts at all because historically if you look at it you usually sixty eight teams in the top twenty five and be sure and it's gonna be interesting to try to ferenci that restraint the schedule of going forward of. Hey start sliding you. You know something thing. I heard somebody. Somebody told me this yesterday on the air. But i'll go ahead and repeat what are heard but not going to see what we saw last year with florida where you had a team that just tell apart at the end of the season because it was out of the running and you're going to see schools kentucky from a couple of years ago Lsu from a couple years ago that will will be. We'll have an incentive even when they lose a big game to keep playing and we haven't really had that lately and.
Brad Marchand scores in OT, Bruins beat Rangers 3-2
"Brad Marchand scored a breakaway goal thirty six seconds into overtime giving the Bruins a three two win over the Rangers Martian says it's another example of the Bruins coming together in a game where everything didn't go right we just have that attitude were tickets other up we don't get down on one another were always you know try to help each other and we get three things together what was a mostly tight checking game was one one nine minutes into the third when unders Bjork broke through putting Boston on top but Kevin Rooney tied things up again for the Rangers to twenty two later to caress caught the winning that for Boston making thirty three saves for the Bruins the wind makes four in a row and gives them points in each of their last nine I'm while you guys
Dr. Jennifer Aaker and Naomi Bagdonas: "Humor creates a window into authenticity and trust."
"Cheddar. I'm really curious. Because one of the first example he said was she was kind of living this double life she was. You know this serious business professional by day and had this you know literally humorous lifestyle by night and weekends at. I'm curious gentlemen like in your studies. How common is that not necessarily common that people have you know a improv career on the side. But how common is it that people turn off some of their personality within the workplace. Such a good question you know with our students in even executives that we teach we find it know it to be incredibly common. In fact i would say that. Youtube seem to be exceptions to the rule. I think the only story is not only communist. I think there's a lot of reasons for that. We often believe that certain characteristics about ourselves like our sense of humor having some levity or even smiling or being a human have no place in the workforce because if we take our work seriously we should take ourselves seriously in a book. We dive into these four deadly myths associated with you mark and if you put the word deadly in front of it makes it sound more cornets. That's just a little scientific for you guys but the first one is you know the serious business daily math. That here's somebody has no place in the in the workforce or any place that takes yourself seriously but research shows that even just laughing has unparalleled effects on our chemistry and our behavior so it literally when you laugh together. It changes the chemistry of your rain to make you more prime connection more creative and more resourceful and more resilient stress very cafe at i in. It's really important to me to be around people that i can laugh with and i know you talk about it. Believe it's four different types of humor that that you sort of. Can you tell us what the four r. I wanted to gauge where we fit. Carl wants to know how funny she is. Yes of because. I have no problem saying i'm funny okay. The only described humor types. And then i'll take a whakatane now and carly all right. So we've got four humor styles the standup the magnet the sniper and the sweetheart so standups natural entertainers outgoing not afraid to ruffle feathers to get a laugh. Like to roast like to tease big personalities next is the magnet similarly outgoing but magnets tend to keep things positive warm uplifting. They avoid controversial. Humor the radiate charisma. They're the ones buying around of drinks at the bar while laughing next. We have these sniper so snipers are a little bit more introverted. And their style. Tends to be edgy sarcastic nuanced. so it's sort of they say they have an acquired taste and they're not afraid to cross a line in pursuit of laugh so really good at zerorez and with deadpan delivery. And then lastly we have sweetheart so again. A little bit understated in their delivery earnest and honest they again tend to use humor. That's more uplifting that brings people together. They would never make someone else the target of their job if they thought it might hurt feelings but they're not the ones that want the limelight and they're going to be on stage so those are four. Okay so this is. This is a best gas carly in the back of your mind. You should be thinking what you jan. Y'all as you should be thinking. What partly thing i got it. Okay all right so this is our best. Guess jandiyal you are likely a sweetheart and carly is part madinat and parts neighbor. Okay and when i say we i mean alex. Alex told assist so out on our team. Yeah alex get off camera. You need to be put on the spot now. Alex's terrified now yeah. I think that what's interesting about. This is my humor in the workplace is very different than my humor. I said i. I was gonna say that my humor style. Four the podcast or in the office is probably more sweetheart. But i think in in reality. It's definitely more sniper. Yes that is true. She's like midwest work muir bjork and carly. I don't know what this falls into but like any like seventh grade boy. Category link found. You guy humor okay. You always say that. Like i say that i like to eat like a child like i twelve year. Old boy Gushers stuff like that. Okay i think i am sniper. But i think at work i've probably do straddle i actually don't know which i'd straddle i think either stratas sniper in stand up or sniper polystyrene stand up. I would agree with that. I mean how often is that when you guys come across this. That humor types vary depending on what the audience yacht that. This is common actually at super healthy so in particular. it's really important to recognize. There's a powerful relationship between humor and status and so what we find. Is that as people get higher in status. Your humor style needs to shift and this is because one of the principles of of comedy is never punched down. Basically never make fun of someone who's of lower status than you and when particular we find for people who are senior executives in organizations is they tend to have more teasing biting edgy humor outside of the office but when they come into the office they really have to use humor. That's more uplifting. Because if they don't that people who are more junior on their team might take it the wrong way or might have hurt feelings so we often find that that's the case especially with senior folks and then the reality is just like anything else the appropriateness of what we say at home versus what we say at work is different. You know we have different responsibilities. We have different relationships with our colleagues than we do with our families. And so it's it's actually really good that you're not making all the jokes around the boardroom that you are around the dinner
University of Florida cancels football team activities amid 19 new coronavirus cases
"Ross Bjork. Two Am athletic director putting out a statement now saying we've been in touch with officials. At Florida and also reviewed. The available data from the contact tracing system deployed by the SEC. At this point there is been no impact within our program, but we will continue our regular testing regiment this week. And stay diligent. With all of our safety protocols. So that is a fairly similar statement to what Ray Tanner put out yesterday in terms of possible inflection or. Infection I should say on the previous Game Notre Dame had that issue a couple of weeks ago and That's that's the only time we've seen now we're we're a team played last week ended up causing as well. Back to the phones at eight, five, five, two, four, two, seven. Two eight five and Paul was up next in Arkansas Paul. Thanks good afternoon. Hey Paul With my situation what I'm with what I have done a lot of research on this. covid nineteen and when the government I was. Testing all these vaccines they've found that the vaccine. That was used for malaria had a a a very good impact on covid nineteen. The ingredient was drowsy. Clark. And based on some of the studies. it was saving like fifty percent of people's lives it was taken. As Preventative You know as a preventive. Medication instead of waiting until you got the virus to take it. I have a very. Close or good medical A. Person that I've talked to about this and they said most doctors that have. are are very positive about this ingredient And they have patients that they've recommended. You know taking it There are some patients have some kind of Rimma Tori disease it take it all the time that they don't get a covid nineteen I don't understand why the government is trying to hide this. I mean if it allows I don't know but but but I do know that I think four drug companies at least in this country or many more around the world are pretty deep into. The the vaccine. So I I would. Dare. Say What you said I've heard before but it may very well be a moot point right now. Well. All I'm saying is if it's you know it's going to say it's SORTA and they start they get with a doctor that you know has you know patients where he's distributed this out I mean if it would help that program, you know to the point where you know by the time. I think issue there I'm certainly not talking about my expertise, which is pretty miniscule almost everything but. The there's no way. A doctor is going to administer this to a football team. Well maybe not but all I'm saying is that. You know this particular ingredient. For the malaria virus did test of you know pretty good against Kobe nineteen and my point is You know I'm just frustrated we're in this situation with. and I it may be. Hey. Here's what I think is the good news that we are pretty close At least we're told we're pretty close to a A vaccine. So I I I. Don't I don't think anything's going to change that Let's hope it's. Like today, Jonathan is in Kansas you're on the Air Hello Jonathan good afternoon. I'm actually Tampa, Florida. Good have you on. Sir. I'm I'm in Tampa Florida, I I I graduated from the University of Florida in two thousand, sixteen I just want to quickly touch up on touch touch up on a few things. Dan Molin I know he has got a lot of backlash for saying you went to the stadium, but I also remember coach Free Coast Frost got a lot of backlash when he said he went to play and now he's playing. I believe that he will not be
Sony Looks to Have Even More Exclusives For PS5
"You may not have expected this episode this week and frankly neither did we but nonetheless We're back earlier than we had intended from our hiatus because there's just so much darn playstation and gaming news to talk about as the fall season kicks in, and of course, none of it is the PSI release date or price, but we'll get there eventually anyway this week I'm joined by Max Scoville who do. Janet. Garcia. What's up? And are good pal crash bandicoot. Thanks for being. There he is. Of course, we'll get a lot of insightful commentary. He's going to leak level of crash bandicoot for it's about time I'm very much looking forward to it. If you if you look into his eyes to the whole episode, you'll be able to find out every level. No. I do on a preface. My saying of course games come just ended. So of course, a little bit of the team is to the winds Brian is unfortunately out this week Lucy had a doctor's appointment and can do with us. But we have plenty of stuff to talk about this week and thank you to Max and Jennifer taking the time this week to jump into talk about all the playstation and just gaming news ahead of the busy fall, which is technically already started, and we'll get to that in a little bit but I did WanNa sort of start things off with a general playstation topic that came out again I feel like. We're getting all of our playstation news these days from a corporate reports and store listings and just things that come out of nowhere. But are not officials Sony presentations. To fans but this one Sony put out a corporate report for the company at large and there a couple of key things that I wanted to mention on the playstation side of it the the main takeaways from it were one that they're looking to put more games on. PC which we can get to in a bit of a to the other the the big hand in hand thing was that one they want to be releasing a steadier stream of first party games more quickly and two. They are still looking to acquire more studios even though they acquired insomniac in twenty nineteen and INSOMNIAC is going to be delivering to launch window PS five games They are still looking for new studios to acquire us. So I wanted to ask the both of you like what you've enjoyed of Sony's first party output this generation aside, what what did you think of I guess the volume of games there are putting out I felt like there's been a pretty steady supply of playstation -clusive especially big ones. You know like just this year we had dreams the show last part to go Suma. and. Then like third party exclusives like a Predator and the are it's not like it's been quiet for them. Do you feel like they need to increase the amount of games that are being put out on the exclusive side? I would love to see more from like the. Like front of things and I I, do like that. There aren't the less Bjork's loses are the better it is for Vr general because then just like more of those games can be played in disgust but I just really want to see a playstation support Vr even more going for in the Nexgen so I would love to see extra stuff on that front. But other than that. I think they always do a really good job at having a really nice spread of games across genres. It's sort of hard to find to not be able to find a game to play on playstation. No matter what kind of you are and what you gravitate towards and that's something that I really think is a strange and the more they continue acquisitions the more they can expand deep crush on Ras. Max. What about you? Yeah. I mean. I guess I'm pretty happy right now because we don't really know a whole lot of what's coming. We've got a a few piece look forward to in a few new games, but I'm like I'm. I feel like we had there was a pretty good cadence there for a minute and a as long as we're not sort of reaching that point, where was it like three, twenty, eighteen where it just they just unveiled everything and That was that was like. We just got ghost of Sushi mouth like that was. revealed them. It's like. That was Paris Games week 2017. But yeah, they basically revealed every game for the PS four between twenty sixteen in two, thousand seventeen, and then all of those games took from two thousand seventeen to twenty twenty to come out. Like I feel like it's it's less that I assume that there's a bunch of stuff happening behind the scenes that we don't know about I think it's more. I would I would be happier with like a more even canes releases regardless of how often first party games actually come out you know what I mean. Yeah for sure there was definitely I feel like it's definitely this generation in particular have been a lot of, hey this game has this release date in the fall actually coming out in the spring, and then maybe it's coming out even a little later the year after like there were definitely a lot of games that had release dates and I think that's something that Sony's aware of they don't Wanna be announcing release dates anymore unless they're pretty sure they're going to be hitting that release date because. Untreated for in particular I think three or four release dates, and so it's the kind of thing where they probably don't want to have to keep figuring out the marketing budget for when a new release date is going to be unlike tenant which has had seventeen released its since everything happened this year. but I, I was curious what you thought of like in terms of other companies they should acquire because Sony is in a this interesting place of their Sony First Party stable is really well respected. Sort of across the board and for the most part make somewhat similar games when it comes to genre and perspective and all that. Obviously, there are exceptions when it comes to the show and GRANDPA'S MON whatnot. But in terms of the Sony Signature has become third person action adventure semi open world. Games different mechanics in different whatnot but that's what they're known for. Would you want to see them be branching out more I? Remember, when Chun, laden was of course does with Sony he had talked about one of the things he knew they were great out was multiplayer support for exclusive games and he thought that was something they could improve on but I guess, Janet. Starting with like what are what do you think they're missing in their exclusive sleet? You mentioned the of course but like what companies would you like them to maybe acquire if those companies are Interested. Yeah. So I mean they have a lot of the heavy hitters, which is great problem to have because a lot of the things that we would always come to mind they actually did so yeah, that's awesome. A one studio that comes to mind for me would be supermassive games which I know is kind of unlikely considering they just gotTa deal with Namco to do the dark pictures and theology, but I love story driven. Experiences and Sony's known for doing that. But through the lens of adventure while supermassive libraries a lot more or choices narrative driven I think it's really cool. They have that VR background. So like I said earlier that could help with that PS VR library as well. So that would be my main
"bjork" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show
"It the next day. Lesser million challenges that's what you got into. Everyone in the country that's still playing football is dealing with but just from if we could move ahead five weeks and let's all hope we can twenty five percent of cal field. So a lot of people which which brings me to the obvious question a lot more concern about safety, and you have to use a lot more personnel to try to make sure that you can execute better what goes into that. You're exactly right knowing that it's a reduced capacity. We we think that are staffing plan will be manageable. the face to face covering requirement is going to be key I think this whole thing and then obviously the social distancing piece as well. But then you get into the concourse area and we'll have cashless concession stands everyone bring their their credit cards we'll have no cash transactions. Will make the restrooms as as touch lous as possible. But also protecting ones privacy in there, and then just make sure that we're doing a lot of educating when people walk into gates a lot of signings a lot of PA announcements. We don't quite know how we're going to saw off our horns during the regular him the we'll figure that out. AGGIES ARE SMART Do we have to just kinda face each other out do that but it's GonNa take a lot in and I think the key message for us right now is. Everybody needs to do their part between now and then. Make sure that one. We can play and make sure that too. We can have at least twenty, five percent. Finally, the schedule Component as an athletic director you sit in on those meetings and I'm sure the the meetings are a little more congenial than than maybe the football coaches but. What was that process like just trying to get to the end which? Had A lot of adjustments and could not have been easy. It wasn't easy and in the SEC staff, they did a great job. It's it's tough You're trying to do competitive balance trying to spread things out. All. Those kind of things and it also trying to avoid maybe some some repeat games last year repeat Games from here. There was really no easy way to do it. We can all kind of tickets Do we like the fact that you have Arkansas at home and then you've got to really unbelievable Games of Alabama Florida? Probably not it's not ideal. Then our our two longest road trips to the year are back to back. But it's life in the sec we gotta play it. We got embrace it I think our fans will love it and I know our players are ready to conquer the challenge. So we thought we'd had an easier schedule this year going into it. We thought that we really build a lot of momentum. And we just have to embrace that challenge, but there's a lot that goes into it and I think the SEC. By doing it the way we did it we built a lot of excitement. When we amounts the ten games only schedule the other two opponents, and then we announced the full civil on Monday night and. A lot of hype and a lot of clarification that, hey, we can pull this off if we all do the right thing. Ross There's some obvious answers here but had different. Are Those road trips going to be it used to be you know a lot of people piled into a plane and friends the university? That's a tough call to make who can go and who can't. Yeah that's That's a great question we're mapping out. It'll be very, very limited. It'll be football essential only travel party for sure. Coach Fisher He had a philosophy of before this year that we would travel on Thursday nights, and then we would. We would focus on half the day on Friday on academics and we would take. A full array of academic staff numbers and we'd have a focus academic half day. So we're not doing that to shoot relieve on. Fridays. Get their try to shorten the window as much as possible and essentially just get in and get out play, play the game and just keep everyone safe where masks on the plane. We partnered with United United. We'll have a lot of protocols that that will follow but it's GONNA be different. It's not going to be the same Walking into an opposing stadiums going to be the same I I've been to even stadium when I was at Ucla there and that place was rocking and you're gonNA walk in there and it's A fourth full or third full that's going to be different. But we have to embrace the opportunities and Again let's just make sure we're playing. Notre words ever spoken Ross. Thank you for coming on. Always, really really appreciate it. Thanks for coming by hope you'll come back soon and update is how the progress is going. Absolutely. Thank you, guys. Ross or coming coming to us from college station a lot of positivity there. But some caveats as as you have to put in when you're dealing with something extraordinarily difficult we'll take a break get your reaction to all of.
"bjork" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show
"The Paul Finebaum show our three podcast. Are. Back, and we continue we'll talk to athletic director in the SEC coming up here. In just a minute. The Big Ten story one week in one day after it all began continues to get worse aiden Hutchinson who is a Michigan Player speaking out about? Kevin warn the big ten commissioner. I would say my emotions are just frustration. I'm just infuriated. They made this decision without without talking to us the commissioner, our president there were no words exchanged. Our thoughts whether we wanna play because you know at at the end of the day, you know we're the ones playing the game. They didn't ask us for our opinion than it was super frustrating to find out one day that that our president voted for us not to have the season and when I've never seen that guy in my three years at Michigan so you know it was definitely. Frustrating Kinda helpless because nothing I can do. US players don't have a voice I think it's unfair that Kevin Warren, the big ten commissioner is cancelling the big ten season yet his son will be playing football at Mississippi state this year down south. So for him to cancel my season, allow his son to play football it doesn't it doesn't quite make sense. Yeah Aidan definitely has the. Charm of youth I'm not sure how that argument would hold up Kevin Warren has no control. Over whether his son plays football or not at Mississippi. State. That ultimately lies in the hands of the fourteen SEC president and the Commissioner of the SEC but. The frustration, there is really the most amazing thing calling out the president of the school saying I've never seen that guy. In three years the president of of the mercy of Michigan happens to be an epidemiologist. Let's continue with more than that. Maybe either the problem or not I'm not sure boy is up next in Iowa. Hello buoyed tanks. Good afternoon. Hi Paul. Thanks for taking my call. I'M GONNA ask a pretty direct question I I know this is the political season is the the Conventions My question is this. Number one do you want to play college football and you endorse playing colleges for football this fall number one? Yes. Tell us why no tell us no and. And well, just thanks for your honest answer we appreciate it is. Indoors playing, college football this year. With caveats of course I mean there's no way you can't. But as of this moment I would vote yes and and I think that's where most everyone is outside of the midwestern. In the PAC twelve and every time you asked that question and I do every day you get. You get a qualified a qualifier with the answer. And the qualifier is depending on the circumstances at that time and ultimately all the people that voted to play or to proceed to play, and that's really what they've done haven't voted to play yet. They are moving down this course because they think it's the right thing to do there. They think it's the right thing to do for the players and if on September thirteenth. Situations are untenable on campuses across the country. Then they may very well make a different decision, but right now, students are just showing up there are issues. And it's quite frankly too early to tell. Thanks for the call really do appreciate it and. John T. Is in Louisiana. Hello John, good afternoon. How you doing man I am doing better today than ever. Oh that's a wonderful thought listen first of all. Thank you so so much taking my call. I wanted to let you know a little something I'm on a outside out of Baton Rouge. Denham Springs. Yeah. Sure. And I've been seeing some signs around here that the sorority houses there. At Louisiana State, university. Or trying to get the student body together and let them see and talk to them about it students the students. at ours. Ross even supposed to show up at one of these particular events and I thought that was pretty smart of the student body as juniors and seniors of the sorority houses to. Put that? Together. And Also, I I heard you say something about the NCAA's integrity. I WanNa, tell you Paul that's play needs to be reformed or or dismantled one of the do but man, they are broke and so as the pack in in the Pactel, I think they're broken. And I'll leave it at that. But I just wonder eventually knows something about what's going on here in Louisiana being proactive, own a student, the student for of I think that's going to have a lot to do not the police or the. You know. Even the campus to leave. They don't need to be involved in that students. Let's teach young freshman and sophomore was coming in look. We've got a problem here and it's not just affecting keeping school open but keeping our whole economy open, your you're. You're right I. Mean if you're a young person and I know we all tend to excuse youth. For their foolishness because we were there once. But if you're sitting around five almost six months into. Global pandemic and you don't have enough sense when you go back to college to. Show a modicum, a Monica I don't mean. Like yourself in the basement but but show. Of restraint and A. You get what you deserve. Exactly. What you're saying. Thank you. Thank you. Thank. You. Thank you very much as. But William Williams in Birmingham William. Thanks good afternoon. Hey Paul I've got a question about recruiting classes upcoming years with people opting out teams that are forgoing the season Do you see the NCAA? Expanding. Scholarship limits for teams to accommodate what I would consider a x number of students for the next four years you know with a senior high school still graduating but. Not. Everybody moved on this year we have I don't think they'll change it but you're going to get some situations where I mean. You can obviously replace the ones that you lose. But I I don't think they're going to expand the number at all. Okay. So I mean to me that makes it harder for graduating seniors outer more players completely competing for the same number spots. Yeah I. Don't know what's going to happen there because you know. It is definitely going to be. In football is not the only sport is you know baseball is going to have a glut I don't know how coaches are going to deal with it. I know in some ways they. They may be they. They may look at it as an advantage, but I don't think it's an advantage for a player you get five years to play for. Five years to play four. But now if you having an extra clash involved, now won't be a complete class, but it's still muddies the water a little bit. Really Point. It becomes a little bit too much like professional sports. Paul is up next. In Tennessee Hey Paul thanks could after him. Hey how you doing today well. Let me ask you this the comment just a minute ago by the Michigan player and he was upset because. The Big Dance Commissioner Son was going to be playing it it to be stated you made the comment that that was totally out of a player at Mississippi state hands. It's really not. He could. He could opt out if he wanted to in his his dad felt that strongly about it for the rest of the conference, couldn't he insisted his son off out the here he could and let me make it clear. And I have been. Pretty, vocal about cavern warn. My father was covering. Warren wasn't decision because it really wasn't his decision it was the decision of the fourteen. president of the big ten. My father was him was the way he explained it. He did a terrible job He bungled it and that's why he is having such a difficult time right now and he still has a job. So I guess he's done a good enough job to satisfy his bosses. But but I don't think the president's yeah. I don't think he's going to tell his son what to do or what not to do his son went to. Play Football Missile Day. And I wouldn't. Kevin. Warren. I Know Kevin more he he promised he's not going to tell us on not to play. So he'll look better. It's going GonNa make any difference. What I'm just curious. How did he bungle it? He bungled it because when when he had the chance to explain the rationale he off, you skated last week he gave the typical cliche answers that that politicians give. If you just been honest about it and said, listen we we have a serious issue here we have either mile car died or. This or that he never really answered the question that's how I think he bungled it and frankly he still hasn't really explained it..
"bjork" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show
"Five of you mentioned some of the data points but. What, what do you think happens next at least for the SEC? I think we we look at next week. Commissioner Saint you think is described it well, and that's really what we left with that meeting last Monday was the end of July should be check in point. To see where we are as communities to see what happens, we, we can start countable activity this Friday on July twenty, four, th at see what happens with a week of those kinds of activities related to our football programs, but see what happens around the NFL. Let's get major league baseball up and running as we I think that's an important checkpoint and then do you have to give yourself more time? Do we need to give ourselves? Ourselves more time. similar to what Clemson did by delaying classes. Do you need more time to see what the societal impacts of this art? Perhaps that's what happens, is we? We still don't have all the data. We need to hit the pause button even more. We continue to operate our plans, but maybe you have to wait so all those things have to be part of the the consideration as we go into the end of next week. And as all these are going on, and I think the easy translation by pausing. Is You know maybe starting a little bit later? I'm trying to put words in your mouth, but it sounds like that's what everyone is saying. How does that affect what what is so dear to your fans and everyone else's fans if they have a schedule in front of them. In. You have deal with that schedule. Well it was I was having a conversation earlier today with coach Fisher and we were looking at trying to replace the Colorado game, and as of now we're playing twelve games right we have to. We have to assume that we're playing twelve games in so again. It's easier to pivot away from that than it is to build up to that so if we have to delay decision the the season. I think that that should be a serious conversation right now. Does that give us more time? Does that allow our communities to become a safer as far as you know? Testing capacities and Caseloads. Go down and things like that so if we have to give our selves more time, let's do that and you may get to a point where we say we're going to start on this date. and. Let's play as many games as possible right. And if you say that we're going to, we're. We have twelve games on the schedule and we get ten of them in. Then, we get ten of them in. It may have to be a season like that where you navigate your way through it. You keep everyone the safest possible if you hit an iceberg here there. You adapt and if that has to. Be What we do then everyone is willing to to make those decisions in the appropriate manner. Ross finally. In your fans I'm sure have I've asked you this question? Many many times in relation to attendance and that's a moving. Scale as well, but but as as we speak today, and assuming that things. Mature what? What are your plans for for fans in the stands? Yeah, we We have a governor's executive order here in the state of Texas that our capacity has to be fifty percent of our normal operating limits. So that's what we're operating under. Based on current sales of season tickets based on student. sales right now. We we usually sell thirty four thousand. Students season tickets to the twelfth man so obviously that would have to be cut back in half, so we're operating with the fifty percent premise as we go forward. We're actually communicating some things to our donors in season ticket holders. In the next few days related to that. So we'll put a lot of plans together we have. We've been working on this for for months and months, but as of today. If we were playing a football game tomorrow, it'd be at fifty percent capacity, and we have a way to to make it as safe as possible. and. Fifty percent of Kyle field may not be as loud as one hundred percent, but it's still a lot of people it's it's something it gives everyone a chance I think to. Kyle field again as safe as possible. giving safe spaces social, distancing all those kinds of things all the safety mitigation things in place, but the twelve man special. The stadium actually physically shakes. When it's really Rockin and we want that. experience as much as we can. in a safest possible manner as we can. Ross, thank you very much We always appreciate your time. You're very very kind to come on. Be well, thank you so much, thank you Paul. For us, you bet Ross Bjork some very interesting comments there we will take a break. react to what Ross Bjork said from college station.
Ellie Goulding Explains How Bjork (And a Vodka Drink) Made Her Believe She Could Sing
"Be remiss if I didn't ask your your 'cause my favorite artists you favorite bjork album. I have to by default. Say the greatest hits because. I. Don't know how why but I think. Maybe I was voted as a Christmas present from HMV or someone. If you guys have hate, be in America. But yet it was. It was the days of hate, and I think I came home one day when I was fifteen. My soul have performing at the album hole on TV am. I was a bit drunk To like. We're camping in a field. Some wax I grew up in the middle of nowhere in the countryside. Came back like. I was like who is it i? I don't have a head is oh so quiet on the radio. And that's why todd like yeah I never really thought that much other than just dislike this unusual. CENA that Scott this radio Sol, and then when I had her actual. What she she did. It was like it was yeah. It was it was a real pivotal moment. It was like the moment I was like. Oh well, my voice is kind of weird like maybe I can be a singer and it really. It really was that like. It sounds like making that radio man when I was like. Maybe my voice isn't so weird off rule because I just never really had thought to listen to like I was going to be both alternative female singers, so I didn't know who Johnny Mitchell now. Who Kate Bush was in. No, who you know like. Even stevie. Nicks innocent freak out when I was a kid. I was born like techno electric music. So these these these these. Senna's no imaging. He had these I. It seventy made me feel like I had some kind of allegation the. Me Like. Oh, I think I, think he should stick to paint guitar on the that made me feel like I I had a place, and the I could I could still be a singer.
Juice WRLD joins exclusive club with The Beatles and Drake
"Did you know that use rolled is now just the third artist following the Beatles and drake. To have five concurrent songs in the top ten at the same time. Yeah, I mean. We talked about pop smoking. Induce world a lot last week, but it's it's pretty unbelievable. What this album has done and yes, especially, if you just look at that five songs in the top ten, it's mind blowing. The the type of response out. Ms received also says something about the power streaming these days, too. By the way, the record for the most concurrent top ten songs is held by Drake who had seven songs in the top ten at the same time on July fourteenth. Twenty eighteen data chart in the wake of the release of his Scorpion. I cannot wait to see what he does in a couple weeks I assume. It'll drop out of the sky when Drake's new album comes out.
"Your Next Big Idea" Week
"This week's theme is your next big idea. The curator is Daniel Brooks. Here's why Daniel chose this theme. He says hi. My Name's Daniel Brooks nine. The host of the unlocking creativity podcast theme. I've chosen is. You're next big idea. The reason I've chosen this is quite simply running away from changing our whole lives. These podcasts are going to help inspire you to go in and discover yours. Here are the PODCASTS and episodes chosen by Daniel. Monday's episode comes from the Tim. Ferriss show and is called Eric Schmidt lessons from trillion dollar coach. It's one hundred and four minutes. Long Eric. Schmidt is a technical advisor and board member to Alphabet Inc where he advises its leaders on technology business and policy issues. Eric joined Google in two thousand one and helped grow the company from a Silicon Valley startup to a global leader. In Technology. Tuesday's episode comes from design matters with Debbie millman and is called Lisa Khandan. It's thirty six minutes long in this episode. A conversation with artist and illustrator. Liikanen about getting started creatively. Wednesday's episode comes from creative. Boom ranking on big regrets being different and discovering life begins at fifty. It's fifty eight minutes long. Rankin is the British photographer publisher and film director renowned for his portraits of Bowie and Bjork and for being co founder of dazed and confused. We chatted to the fearless man behind the lens about his career. And we're surprised to hear him open up about his childhood. His father his regrets and mistakes. This is an honest delve into the heart and mind of one of the biggest names. In photography Thursday's episode comes from Happy Place and is called. Joe Wicks it's forty nine minutes long in this episode. The body coach himself turns up at ferns door to discuss being a father of two meeting. Your work goals and being named Gq worst-dressed of the year Friday's episode comes from unlocking creativity. And is called. Darren Brown the creative mind. It sixty two minutes long about this podcast. Daniel says creativity is the power that allows us to imagine a world. That isn't our world yet to consider what doesn't yet exist and make it exist. Welcome to the PODCAST. That will help you make that happen. Those are the podcast recommendations chosen by Daniel. For this week's the your next big idea. Listen in and let us know what you think you can find these episodes and listen to them as a playlist on Pod chaser just had to pod Chaser DOT COM and type in your next big idea into the search bar and the playlists will be right there for your enjoyment joined the discussion of this week's theme by using the Hashtag creativity. This is usually the section of the show where we bring you podcast news since the news is so filled with corona virus and Kobe nineteen lately. There's honestly not that much podcast industry news instead skype. Pillsbury who writes inside podcasting the newsletter? We usually read our stories from is asking for your participation she writes. I'm determined to keep this community connected so while we live through this bizarre moment in history. I'll publish reader submitted issues of the newsletter. I need your help to get this done. Please send me any or all of the following one episodes or podcast that have brought you. Joy provided relief over the past. Few weeks sky will share them in her newsletter and may eventually start a Google spreadsheet where people can add browse information at their leisure. Please include a link to the show and explain why it has been helpful to you during this time two stories about how the pandemic has impacted or not your work as a creator. Feel free to mention your show in the context of your story. Three stories about how the corona virus has impacted your ability to listen to podcasts or your interest in them four requests for help with your podcast need an editor a guest. Anything else. Five any ideas you have for future reader submitted issue you can send sky any and all of your suggestions return on twitter at sky. Pillsbury that's S. K. Y. E. P. L. L. S. B. U. R. Y. You can also reach her by email at sky at inside dot com. We'll be back next week with podcast. News and PODCASTS. That are keeping US happy during the Super Weird time.
Rust, Johnson help Pittsburgh rally past Bruins 4-3
"Brian Ross goal in the third period lifted the Pittsburgh Penguins to a four three comeback win over the Boston Bruins Pittsburgh had to overcome a three nothing first period deficit Russell continued his career year and was his twenty first goal in thirty five games this season Dominique Simone and teddy blooper score ball Jack Johnson added a game tying shorthanded marker in the third period Sidney Crosby had to assist Matt Murray made thirty four same for Pittsburgh which has won six of seven Patrice Bergeron Anders Bjork and David pastor next court for Boston Yaroslav whole lock made eighteen saves in that the Bruins have lost three of four Josh Rowntree Pittsburgh
AD Bjork leaves Ole Miss for Texas A&M job
"Bjork, formerly the athletic director at ole miss is now. The athlete director at Texas, AM a Billy Lucci is gonna join us in the third hour of today show to talk about this. And this is the second time in just a few weeks that we've had a change within the SEC west Scott Woodward, who was at AM went to LSU, and that created the opening at AM now is going to be filled by Ross Bjork, Dallas Morning News. First reported this story and it is. It's an interesting one. So looking forward to talking to, to Billy Lucci about that. What this means for Texas am and at some point down the line. We'll get to what it means for ole
When I asked her to come on the show months ago
"What the title says. But this is a podcast about podcasting. If you're looking for porn, you were in the wrong place in less podcasting. Some kind of new fetish that I'm unaware of. And I'm usually pretty hip to new fetishes seriously, though, no porn here. I think this podcast is family friendly. That depends on your family can hearing expert is here, but the topics you know, again depends on your family. Let's talk about Lance Armstrong. Lance Armstrong cyclist, Lance Armstrong. He's got a podcast. He's actually got to podcast one is about cycling. The other is about moving forward. And who better to talk about moving forward than a cyclist who seemed to have everything going for him intil? He didn't what do you do when that happens? He talks about it. The podcast is called Ford. On his podcast. There's an interview with a woman a mea Khalifa. I'm going to read the summary to you Mia Khalifa is a former adult film actress a brief stint in the porn industry. Led her to be named to the ISIS hit list. She joined Lance in Austin to discuss her experience in the adult film world a conversation. She had never shared publicly. She also talked about this stigma around the industry and how the label has followed her. They discuss her passion for sports, her cooking show and challenges of trying to date. I'm going to play a clip for you. This is from Lance not Mia that think is important lesson for all podcasters in this clip. He talks about setting up the interview we've had a lot of comments about our guest this week Mia Khalifa and before I get into introducing her later on here on the intro. Let me just say one thing right quick. So you guys can either choose to hit play or pause or hard elite or not we've had. A lot of feedback on the social channels about Mia and about the decision to have her on. I just want to say that the top of the show first of all this was one of the best episodes that I have ever sat through I come to this from maybe a unique perspective that all of the perfect people on social media don't come from. But I come to this discussion being me in me being me, and knowing how people view me, how parents mothers fathers, grandparents. Friends. Aunts uncles coaches administrators. Teachers view me. You know, there's a lot of people that would that I've been on other podcasts and people say, I can't believe you stoop to the level of having him on. So I came to it from a from a different perspective of the maybe most. And when I asked her to come on the show months ago mea said that she would should love to come on. She's listened to a few of the episodes. But that she didn't wanna talk about that part of her life. And she didn't want to talk about our family. Which you know was a tough situation for me. I thought okay, we could probably have a fun conversation. But I want to know what that was like what what what led you to make those decisions? What do you think about those decisions now? And so I just waited. And eventually she called me back and said. I'm ready to come on. And I'm ready to tell the whole story, and she's never told that story before. So I guess what I'm saying is give this a chance. This is as I told somebody on social media the other day. This is the forward personified. This is a person that made some bad choices in her life, which he'll freely admit and has decided to try to completely reinvent herself and move forward. And so for that, I'm a huge fan, and I'm a huge supporter in this conversation. If you think this is just some bullshit teenage s conversation, you're wrong. This one will rock your world. And so now is the time when you get to choose whether or not you hit delete. Are you continued to listen? And I think if you do listen you will not be disappointed. And if you do listen than obviously, I very much appreciate it. The big lesson is the as a host you hold firm to get the content that you're listening. There's want a lot of people will offer to come on your show to talk about certain things to do whatever they want that may not be what is best for your audience. What happened in this situation happens in a lot of different ways. As an example. This is something that I've experienced on my show music business radio. I've got musicians who don't want to acknowledge an old band that they were in for example. Let's say Gwen Stafani wants to come on. She doesn't want to talk about no doubt. She wants to talk about only the new stuff Bjork comes in. She doesn't want to talk about Sugarcubes. She wants to talk about her solo stuff that happens all the time authors who don't want to talk about older books entrepreneurs. I this happened on red podcast had a woman who started huge company did company didn't want to mention it. When you're talking about a new company. Here's what Lance found out Mia Khalifa came around. If you hold firm, you do your show if somebody wants to be on they'll come around if you. You do not hold firm. You are not doing your audience a service. Not all interviews a created equal, even if you've got a great person in there, if your audience wants to hear about the old stuff, or if there's something significant that your guest is done and your audience is thinking, why isn't he asking about that? You are doing them a disservice. And they're going to disconnect from you. Because you're not asking the questions that they want to know the answers for
"bjork" Discussed on Double Toasted
"Which book. You can see more like, damn, I thought I had to see right. Like being on his own games. Right. What what the kids would going. Slam. I wish have been baked beans. This is the last one radio and this this, this one I saved because it's the craziest one as nothing unusual about celebrities going up against the Papa rats in camera people in in in the media out there, and they can be very annoying and they can be very aggressive themselves. A lot of times cheer them on, but there was one case where somebody that you would least expect it to lost her mind. It was Bjork. Nick de Esto me day be Jorg. Because he told me he's like, he's like, man, do you remember that that thing that happened with that Asian chick with Asian shit. Be Georgie beef, jerky Bjork and from ice from Iceland? Yeah. Thing about Bjorg. Bjork was always seen as Icelandic pixie berry. You know, she was in four-time. She started out with very guard, almost moody music, and then laid off she became more mainstream and she didn't make these happy these happy songs and he's happy videos. One of them is like the pretty popular. It's so quiet. Chaining. Nuts about a guy who you wanna cry, trust. You have to to. Oh, she's so cute. She's adorable, she like, yeah. Well, don't start no shit with all this cuteness fool yo ass. Catch me on the wrong day. And that's exactly what happens. Somebody called her getting off of a plane. She was trying to get a car and people are still asking what? What really set her off with this reporter before the reported anything. She just said, Bjork welcome and she lost her shit. Maybe it was the pressure of the press. Perhaps it was the jetlag, whatever it just one reporter and a simple greeting. Welcome to Bangkok, pop started. Lose that Icelander. Cool. That..
"bjork" Discussed on The Chartographers
"I think all of these are from vesper team and then varandy the sucker punch remix of army of me from the soundtrack to the movie sucker punch also happen on shore yeah well and if you were fan at home and you actually have like hey by the way here's a link to fucking awesome one please do posted on facebook because like legit we would like to see or email us at the tigers she dot com great things can't think of anything okay that's fine because guess what i'm so glad that you've been here i'm living had the like to keep going on our socials on our facebook on our twitter when you leave review on the you can a note about it there we'll probably read at least two in the meantime though seriously thank you so much for being here life i'm living to talk about this and so and like again as turning evernote before we started taping you know like we do a lot of your this week i'm kind of like i won over this i'm not i'm not done with my bjork pick i'm really glad we aren't recording another episode next friday because like is to watch the music videos and yeah drawing stream yet or no doubt okay let's have we all have our limits okay i'm telling you that you've told me enough i have i i like i might like you know watch the trailer or something still i get the visuals but i i'm sure.
"bjork" Discussed on The Chartographers
"About some of the songs that she's from live i didn't know before until you're them live in the night like found what synapse release were they on so she knows how to put on a show like surprises and then also keep the fans please by performing army me in every single ever hazards 'cause somebody here just for that she knows she gets it yeah let's still to see her hyper bella differ one of her concerts but that's my own here's the thing like if i went to your concert even post fucking you know velour and utopia i like those songs that come up that come up that i know i would just be like losing my shit over i would be all about that why can't she close out fucking lollapalooza sort of bruno mars any thoughts ideas there please let me what do you have a favorite buric story you have a favorite i'm just like kind of curious depend we'll also wait actually before anything else you've actually with your own eyes seeing drawing restraint nine yes that's that's an interesting bjork story while it's the story yeah but delay se burning will didn't really know much about matthew barney he's actually like very highly regarded in the world maybe even more so than bjork is in the music world that he has a name in contemporary art and the fact that they were collaborating was just this amazing curved union yeah completely and the film it's very long the music you may have heard of if you listen to the soundtrack it doesn't really have much of a story it's about sailors on this like a japanese wailing ship and they're collecting blubber and then they find this.
"bjork" Discussed on The Chartographers
"Buddy you are listening to the chart vers or i'm sorry very you'll listen needing to tigers and year about bjork it is it is teri as special guest mike you all here gathered around we were having a grand old time talking about everyone's favourite icelandic snow nymph bjork and guys are are raking episode went better than i thought it could have gone it was like we were pretty agreeable yeah i was expecting some flack i was expecting sas like her breakup or like fuck in you have no idea you asshole i did know we're we're going into but now have many subtle all over laxed role feeling good and now most importantly if you get to talk about the favorite thing we talk about the start of every happier many sewed guys the worst bjork song emme okay let's do last three albums that could do the rest but also hollow maybe thunderbolt depending on my mood i'm not even fucking kidding oh defend fundable only because when she performed live she performs it with a fucking tesla coil of her head that creates the you know the allay invite creates the music to the song and that's amazing right that's bad ass so but that's that's not what i listen to the album so i am craving your goals and i've not getting from the album what was your pick especially ups i think i have to say futures creatures right now because it's really hope you listening to it a lot and i just can't get to it i would i all give you that for sure it's down there for me i think that kurt me if i'm wrong i think this the only song or one of the only on utopia that she didn't collaborate with a on and if it doesn't along with the rest of them okay fair now for talking about the pre feely albums pick for a war song i say as i don't really know myself you'll end ancestors and its ancestors continue i mean that's that's one we're for me once you get before by feely it's not there's nothing that's like garbage it's just a matter of like is it boring or not and for me that go to like aurora off vesper teen.
"bjork" Discussed on The Chartographers
"Oh we're way like this is i a lot of critics at the time talked about how this was like a cold electric album and especially in the late nineties there's a lot of coal latronic salves she was trying to find the heart and all the machinery there how do we do that you know like it is again this the coldness years the same at different kind of cold as vesper law less welcoming but she finds somebody weird ones fearful moments on their alarm calls also i could give a single like yours kind of logo poppy except it's just so brilliant it's like she learned all the lessons for the first two albums putting together something so like free at loose and just like upbeat with her vocals coming in they're like amazing their x amount of with the radio and good batteries alert sounds coast era lyrics uhhuh yeah alarm calls definitely like some of my favorite lear extend she's ever yeah at least the ones that i like noticed immediately this week i will also say that like i am not sick of bjork i wanted we're gonna finish and then i'm gonna go listen to more work like i'm to the live albums yeah all right all right well that being said because i don't feel like we're talking about number three talking about a couple of things though can we talk about post for a second i kind of talk about post because this is i think a lot of people and this is an album let me just say this out the gate song there's a song at the end to song's called cover me in headphones which are kind of take it or leave at prospects for think may be a couple people depending getting look for mikey so i don't know how he feels about that go ahead so i think those beautiful like i was thinking earlier about debut that kind of sets the tone for vesper team later on.
"bjork" Discussed on The Chartographers
"Well besides like someone in love but those first six songs basically just fucking keep on hitting and then it's like a couple of i don't even really like violently happy personally i don't i get it on either i don't i get i get violently happy but that is of the era mission very much so very of the and also just melodic ly it's not as strong as the other singles here it's still a great track so much heart because it would probably from what i can remember it probably the first bjork video that i ever saw and that's how i got into listening to bjork so always lovely happy but you're right it's not as strong as some of the initial singles in the bone while there are weaker points in relatively i don't think there is a weak point to this them that other albums do have i would argue the jazz covers i don't they neither of them really do much for me at i again i think that even in the musical is a more effective i know it's not the exact same style but it's a more effective she's gonna go old school hollywood glamour it's that's just a better iteration of that obviously it's so quiet as like all time one of her best performances and songs so because there's so much great dance pop on here i think it just highlights all the more to me how you know if you're going to do a jazz standard for me you need to have like a technically trained fucking brilliant voice and while she does have an incredible voice and honestly i feel like even.
"bjork" Discussed on The Chartographers
"Yeah arts ruling it's and it's so inconsistent when it doesn't have your life why are you really you're ours does not fit this song question for going into this week what was your field migliori level with gerke i knew about a dozen bjork songs just out just radic and quiet video it seems it's also quiet i really liked hyper valid you know the normal stuff yeah obviously i had heard big time sensuality leg the basics but i definitely i'd never really dovan yeah so well it's been very interesting week and that's the things that like we have a lot to say and already in research week we've had a lot of each other about this but we can't do alone we had to bring in of bjork expert here and also this came on the recommendation of one of our most beloved guests jericho blue from madonna episode from season one let me tell you something this is york superfan that he's incredible he is to lie full we are happy to have him here the interior designer you want in your life because he will interior design your soul that's right viking is here in studio right now how you doing great good having been cited i'll do i mean like i think it was like an party like two years ago we mentioned the podcast 'cause jericho had just been on it you just like oh no i can talk about your she's like your number one all time for sure right and then case are wondering why the opinion of interior designer matters when it comes to york she herself recently said that statistically her average fan is a gay man from mexico and that's pretty much me.
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"bjork" Discussed on Sound Opinions
"Oh please sonos two yeah moon my he owns shot is who try adams forums in two key that's a little bit of a gate by bjork from solo album number nine copious greg i am bjork out i'm done with bjork i've always loved bjork i really have no i know i know i always have uh she's been great but seventy two minutes this is the longest solo album she's ever given us of what is being called by fans her flew record i would say instead it's a collection often birds the tv farting when they are therapy mm i i got no joy from this record kept listening sort of masochistic louis to try to figure out where the beach york in this record was about i don't want to live in the past post in homogeneity invest protein i love those records i love bjork but this record is a collection of dirges amid temple would be kind there are almost no tempo no melody bjork poses the central question midway through an eye in love with love okay that's the sort of question she's always asked but she hasn't give us any reason the loved the music it's it's it's tuneless it's wandering it's it's uh i don't know if she's going for opera or some sort of naturalistic minimal astono he gave me zero joy and that's the first time ever in listening bjork from the beginning where i felt that way i gotta say it's the trash it record.
"bjork" Discussed on Pop Shop
"Um but yeah and then like i got to the point where like i'm to overwhelmed by this artist i don't even know where to be that's true though it conceive like if you talk to a bjork fan which i wouldn't recommend averaging i never slump yours in fairly no it's it's tough because like everyone is going to tell you a different bureaucrats you have to give i know i've wanted all along to like her albums are not there's they're all long i i'm pretty sure i know someone who says every bjork album is their favorite bjork album arming like different different keep yeah via what's your favorite at the the first one actually i mean the first debut otto reich as technically she had like a jazz album in the 80s and she had now miss a child doesn't gun um but yeah debut as probably my favorite uh it's just you dance pop with bjork weirdness is perfect for me i mean i love i do the few songs i've heard i love always of the production on them i loved their like very weird deconstructed ending at this one on it just literally sounds like everything is falling apart but in a somewhat melodic way young and let's all i can offer the cool thing the cool thing to me is that it really does seem like the last five years or so there's been fine a lease like a reevaluation of i mean i think that bjork was always pretty clued critically acclaimed um but there was this there was this period of like i really wanna see like 10 years where everybody thought of her as like the swan dressed like you know like do you do you know what like this wondrous says it's okay if you know i mean it so she performed in the oscars like two thousand two thousand yuan doesn't one she had addressed that was litter like not literally swan but it was this is why it was like a swans neck like drape not a real swan but it like look like a swanson laos one so he's really excellent so the whole thing is that.
"bjork" Discussed on Pop Shop
"Not at all i want to say in this yeah i i agree that this is definitely a stand out of them um i i just wanna say that like yeah as as in terms of like her breakup album her last time this is like finding new love i i just want to say and i mean absolutely no you know i hope in all seriousness i hope you're doing okay i'm glad you know she's in a better place in she was a few years ago i just want to say that if there is a like romantic comedy about bjork's new like love life i'm all in our that lake some director please make that because i would absolutely love to watch that dog until i gotta say that the idea that would that be winona ryder playing bjork that out a writer doing bjorkman snl like 15year fee that'd be so cool the awesome i would definitely watches so would linsey are you avert fan or would what do you think is there a list this is like one of those artists that just passed me by now aren't like wet when did she start becoming popular me like ninety four near before you were born that's why very literally before you know i was one year old but yeah so i i just truly like never really got into her you had said like two thousand one i would have been like yeah reportedly i now a matter as long as it's before joining seventy.
"bjork" Discussed on The Friend Zone
"All right america so that's it for all the music over here listens lately we move into the starting frame which you've been listening to lately a lot of music man so bjork r o gerald have you seen the video yes ultimately ice fucking west the annual you should bear hand on another level so she is an album cry utopia and she has a song called tabula rasa that i gotta say is gone genius and read the lyrics because i know not everybody gets bjork sound read the lyrics first tabula rasa and then listen to the song and i promise you you're going to be like fuck x jesus amazing no project is dope irregular we got on a bjork rubber hold my he is lease us join me lyrics and so i saw the vis routine live album is mobbed new york elbow then osestic the buck lyrics on the album she is o'leary let you were asked to read her lay lie on and you had to half because you can't even decipher his hospital was fascinating you like god did she say that they you understand it almost let me be hippie physically energetically than your connect to her music more than like the actual words because like you said you can't decipher them flat of the times you repeatedly agree the lyrics wearing loved yet you've fucking frog here's an army of wool remember umbrella ravel okay was the video where visual guy uh what's the cyborg tomorrow romario no.
"bjork" Discussed on Minority Korner
"Or iceland's that might be good you know i wanna go on one of those thermal baths yelm hang out bjork will have bjork on the podcast almost every every week fuck fuck yeah yeah i laugh is the wall entities death dan yorke is here right now well here we are at the end you know not everything could make it into the episode but some honorable mentions you do some really great stuff in that gay all you do a lot for like you know like female visibility also getting rate on uh y you do a lotta great suffer like young black children early children of god and only the and you're you haft it there's a lotta list that i do for children a color books because wine girls are the minority of children that are on the cover and of the protagonists stories and then on top of that children of color or even less represented otto i will always do as much as i can to promote children's books for all children yes seekers just because we'll johnny white boy can still read about shantallow the black girls zone on adventures in absolute looking right about christopher robin so fuck you revamp me you so that way that's so i think that opening up all children to those things is incredibly important airlines are go to episode insert number here to get a list of one of mbeki's whistles the holiday seasons coming back around severely greenland drill dualism rises the books uh and speaking of by by phobia is something that we now whereas.