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"bobby charles" Discussed on KCRW
"Header. It's Bobby Charles. The first one is small town talk, and the second one is I must be in a good place. Now The whole record is amazing. But I think like these two tracks are really worth stopping what you're doing and listening to right now stand the sea. Someone else do what they like You small town talk like if you're seated, you'll get out of your chair and coming from a person who loves to be seated. E don't get off of my seat for much and small town Talk well, like have me doing like some really weird struck or something. Love is all around and all I'll see is you must be in a good place now and then I must be in a good place now is like it's just the most beautiful, lush exhale of a song. It's just one of those like perfect songs. Can't mention I must be in a good place now without mentioning this song, and it's Magnolia by J. J. Cale. Another song that is just a total exhale like you Listen to it and your shoulders drop. It's just another like perfect song, and I almost didn't include it because it's like I felt like I had to choose between one or the other, but I was just like you know what? No rules the songs coming right after it Well, but where? Shane Dogs down when we They both have this such a satisfying slow tempo, which I.
"bobby charles" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"Spokesperson for the Association of Mature American Citizens also known as a Mac, Bobby Charles, That was probably the best introduction I've ever had. You have a very, very impressive background, my friend. I went to Brown University. One of my friends went to Dartmouth, and he told me when he went there, he assumed it was co ed at the time. It was not. And he was ticked off the whole time. He was there, Bobby, I That doesn't surprise me. I was there after it became coed, But, you know, honestly. I sometimes wonder how they let me and I grew up in a rural town of 500, northern Maine. So I was just blessed to get into it and felt felt I needed to give it my all when I got there. Great place. So it's a student body now about 50 50 male female. I would say so. Maybe to be more women than men. Yeah, They're more women now in college in general than 10 men yet, supposedly, they're oppressed. But what? Well, that's a different topic. Let's talk about HR one. How bad is it, Bobby? Well, and I really appreciate your kind of putting the laser beam on this because a Mac has really focused on constitutional issues. And in many ways, this bill is the living embodiment of trying to use a statute to gut pieces of the Constitution, which, of course later. If the Supreme Court you know except certain, which would be lovely if they did, But if this thing gets out, it's like a wild beast out there until until the Supreme Court knocks it down. I'll just note that this HR one, which I'll show you. There are four major components, all of which are really horrific to the average American. But how many bills? How often do you see that? The A C L U. The Wall Street Journal. And as you just mentioned national review all say now, this is an abomination. We can't let this out. And yet, as you said it passed out of the house last cycle last session, and it is lined up to pass out as S one in the Senate this session. So what does it do? The first thing it does is it takes our state controlled election process which has given us Ah lot of variety in the last election cycle, But at the same time it is that you know the beauty of these 50 laboratories. An individual states deciding for individual people what they really want to do the O to assure integrity. It takes it all to the federal level, and it does the following it bans voter ideas. Pushes mail in voting mandates same day and online registration creates a one party FCC controlled by Hated BNV automatic registration, which means that it's illegal aliens are getting, as in many states driver's license they automatically sluiced in The Wall Street Journal was pretty clear about that. The registration, they open the door to felony voting 16 year old registration they thought they allow states. They force states to allow voting outside the precinct, which was a huge cycle a problem in this last cycle and they keep rolls on on swept so that they basically old people who move out of state or die are still on the rules for an indefinite period of time. That's that's the election process part and then, of course, they suppress free speech. Imagine in this moment of canceling, Cancel culture and doc sing and people showing up on your front lawn with a bugle. And anything else they can think of. They release force the release for conservative political action groups. They forced the release of the names and the addresses of all donors. Now, if that's not a chilling I don't know what is and then they kill. Of course, the speech itself with legislative regulation. They had the Federal Election Commission they force anybody who sponsors and add to register that mean It's basically a concentration of power intended to strip the average American of free speech and then the two other things. It does this eviscerates right of states to draw their own congressional district lines. You know, knocking out the state level control that process and putting in a federal quote unquote independent Commission and then, of course, it forces you the average voter to sit in front of a television. And to pay for ads at a at a matching rate of 6 to 1 that you don't believe in it Forces public public funding of candidates, so it's an abomination, and the problem is In a normal environment. It wouldn't get out, but with a 50 50 and Pamela Harris as the tiebreaker if they knocked the filibuster out this bill passes and that would be a horrendous event for the American electoral process. My guess is Bobby Charles, He's national spokesperson for the Association of Mature American Citizens, also known as a man, by the way that website Hey, Mac got us, Bobby. I think the story of the 2020 election is this follows the Democrats used the covert 19 pandemic as an excuse to water down. Loosen, ignore, violate all sorts of election law. So virtually anybody who could fog up the mirror. Ended up somehow casting a vote. And if you look at people who've never voted are seldom voters voted. The lion's share of those people are going to be Democrats. Yeah, well, I have to tell you, you know, I don't disagree with anything. You just said Larry and I think that the lesson for us there is a seminal fact. It was different in 2020 from all prior elections ever held in the United States. And that was that 44 50 states allowed broad mail in ballots without reason. Same kind of thing that's been outlawed across Europe for the exact reason of thought they don't want added tried. It's all based on having had for original elections and stopping them in the future. We ended up in a situation where you had bonus, three days questions, you know, Whole range of states on the presumption, of course, starts out in favor of the election. And you need a preponderance of evidence in a very short period of time to flip that presumption. I mean, I was the ninth Circuit. You have court of appeals clerk for a Reagan appointee. And I'm telling you if we had had a year to litigate this I think we have comes in a lot of these go to the go to the aim at US website and Make.
"bobby charles" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"Welcome back America to you it, you know, you know, we had touched a record turnout this year 80 million voters for Joe Biden 75 million voters for Donald Trump. You know that? 90,000 votes total. Would have made D C all Republican control, the Senate, the House and the presidency. 90,000 votes total. It is genuinely a 50 50 country. And Republicans don't feel that way, because of course, there's a sham impeachment going on and $1.9 trillion. It's about to be spent on that partisan vote. It really is. It's very easy to retake it all and do it very carefully and to do it constructively. Supporting smart things and opposing stupid things and calling out democratic sets wherever it occurs, and it's occurring with schools now when it is perfectly safe to go back to school. School teachers are being vaccinated and they are still not going back to teach. And that tells you everything you need to know about teachers, union and public education. You have to abandon it. You've got to leave for the sake of your Children. Not only is it being politicized at every level Becoming thought. Control. PC woke school all over the place. It's not even open. It's woke school over the Internet, which is bad woke school, and it's badly done to begin with. And they've completely abandon your kids. That's Joe Biden's America. That's the teachers unions, America that the public employees Union America That's the America by 90,000 votes total. Don't get mad. Organized Don't let the crazy take over your party. Make it mainstream Republican Big tent party. Exclude the crazies. Don't need him. Don't want him. Don't want the 800. People invaded Congress don't want him running our party. Don't want them at all. Their citizens. They deserve their free speech rights had to go to jail if they went inside the Congress. It's pretty easy to do this distinction. We don't want the crazies we want the Congress. Buy votes. When the 90,000 more votes to get the presidency in the congress back within four years, that time will fly by. I'm going to talk whether historian Andrew Roberts after the break About all of his fine books. Be part of my new podcast. The interview. Bad, Primarily, I'm gonna talk to him about what's a historian? Think about President Trump and President Biden and the election? We just had. I think we're in a period of time. Very similar. For a period of time about which Andrew Roberts is an expert. The mid Victorian years from Lord Palmerston through Lord Salisbury. And I believe it's the end of Victorian years. And I believe That close division of power. Then, is what we have now. And it's It's going to be a long period of time for one party or the other dominates the United States. We're making up our mind. And one of the things is gonna help you make up your mind if you have Children. Our grandchildren is the fact that public employee unions are utterly indifferent to your Children. And the schools are closed when they should be open. Jerry in Washington state. Good morning, Jerry. Good morning to you. There's only one way to handle this whole thing, And that's to shut the money off their shut their money off and they'll disaster work in a week. Yeah, but that's not happening because the teachers unions control the school boards. Well, that's that's the problem. Once you get to a board line, like you said, going for another one of them in I agree, but in the meantime, take your Children out and go find a private school or start a home schooled or start a homeschool co op with 10 other parents and take it one out of 10 days have 10 kids at your house. Yeah. You know, we've got three kids. You do three out of 10 days. It's not that hard to do. The American Prairie America was settled that way. You know that the were writing the son of the state here, Richmond watching that had the Captain school on. I would go down there on business not to the school but to the hospital, but he may went toe the By the school, and I noticed it was open all the time. So I I kids were out there in the playground. And so I said, I called one of the teachers over and I said, What's What's with this? You guys always on we were shot down one week. One week they were shut down. And she said, other than that, if anybody gets sick, which you have had very, very little. They quarantined, not person. Well, yeah, it could be done. It could be done. I gotta go, Jerry. Thank you. I want to talk to Daryl and California. Hi, Darryl. Good morning, sir. I wanted to back up everything that you and Bobby Charles were saying, Please make the police. It's all the other listeners out there that are not in California. It's already happened here. The federal bill that he was talking about and I think, calling it the Callum Oh, sort of the California version of the Alamo. We need to be careful not to let it happen to the rest of the nation because we pretty much lost our voice that conservatives here we just It's almost like we don't matter anymore. Well, you know that might change. I just I just saw David Drucker, who is our friend at the Washington Examiner tweeted out. I had to point this out to Dwayne. That Drucker has reported that nearly 10% The California recall signatures submitted have been submitted by Democrats. Almost 25% of those petitions have been submitted by independence and 66 a half by Republicans. GOP organizers say 85% of petitions or provide are valid, putting them on track to submit probably by March 1 the more than 1.5 million signatures needed to force cabin Newsome into a 21 recall election. And so the Republicans in California may be down, but they're not out. And all they have to do is figure out who they want to be their standard bear and I think some Democrats are going to get in. They're going to realize it. Governor Newsome is toast and they're not gonna let the brass ring go by because they realize that They're not going to ever get a Senate seat back. Alex Padilla has got that Senate seat forever. The next Senate seats going to go to Adam shift, and that's why he's doing this joke of an impeachment again. So I would tell you. It's just not over. Not over. Let me go to Brody in Texas High, Brody. Thank you. How are you? Good. Thank you. I'm a former school minister down here in Texas, and you're right section has been opened. Our school's been open athletic events have been happening. Spread is not occurring in our school district, and I'm waiting to see if Joe Biden runs. What he said he was running on following the science, CDC said. Schools are safe but to re open the state will show up in the country. Did you hear? Jen Psaki? Were you in the car when I played the president's press secretary? Was majority is a pretty loose word when you could start splitting splitting hairs on what she called majority that Oh, my God, They've already met it. It's Texas and Florida will meet it. It's unfortunate. A lot of times state repugnant states carry the entire country. I think we're doing it in her statistics he used But if you are, if you're a parent In a close school district. Should you in your opinion is an educator. Brody, get your kid out of that district. Absolutely my way did it. We're toe private school south of Abilene, Texas is a hybrid. They go to school. During the week. They homeschool twice a week. And it is a great model now encourage every parent's and public school system to take a look at doing something similar. Don't you think it's going to collapse? I believe public education is going to collapse. They have so failed America and Children. Absolutely. And you know, in Texas, we have great great school systems. However, the home school, the co ops, the private schools, the Christian schools, they're growing, they're growing rapidly. And Texas is one of the places that had not gone crazy when it comes to curriculum, But it's still better to control your Children's life by having good people teach them good things in a good environment and be serious about education. And we now not now some people in Chicago are saying, What do I do? What do I do what I do? Get together with some neighbors. Find a Catholic school. Find a Christian school. Find homes. Go call up something like you're talking about Brody. There are alternatives, and that's why if the Democrats are going to spend $1.9.
"bobby charles" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"Your high Candidates you you it with my foreign affiliates. I am pleased to welcome you to a discussion of the most dangerous bill in Congress. Bobby Charles is with the association mature American citizens, a Mac longtime sponsor, the Hugh Hewitt, Shao and Bobby worked for Ed Meese, as I did so he's a favorite of mine, also assistant secretary of State under a couple of secretaries of state now with a Mac. He's studying us are one and I want you to know what to nest are one because it doesn't have a prayer passing, But we got to keep it that way. Good morning, Bobby. How are you? Good morning. You It's always a pleasure to be on. Thank you. Now give us the rundown. First of all, tell us what the Democrats wanted Diogo and then tell us why it's not gonna happen and why we should be happy about that. Well, I hope the second point is true. But let me start with the first one. I think most Americans are focused on things like impeachment, and they're unaware of the the ups and downs. I spent five years running a congressional committee that go on behind the curtain. And one of the things that we're experiencing here is ah push hard push to maximize the value to Democrats of their very thin, uh, majority with the Vice president. So h r one. Which has been introduced in prior cycles, and really, as you say, didn't have a chance in the Senate really may have a chance now and we here's why it's so damaging their really four elements to this bill that most Americans have no idea is out there. The first, is that it it pulls the entire process of election reform. Up to the federal level. So what has historically been a constitutionally vested process at the state level becomes really through federal preemption. This is their idea. Way to insist that all states except about 10 provisions that they currently resist a lot of the stage and particularly red states, But all states really, a lot of them have this prerogative. A literally, this is a statute that would federally ban voter I d at the polls, it would it would create same day and online registration, which we know creates problems for verification and And and opens the door to fraud. It would essentially created one party FTC control which has never existed. It's always been equally balanced. It would mandate early voting. It would mandate D M V. Auto registration, which we know of course, with illegal immigration creates a problem it would mandate A reopening of the idea of felony voting 16 year old registration. It would allow voters to vote outside their precinct. Without validation. It would keep ineligible voters on the rules, etcetera. So on the election procedure front, it does two things. One is fundamental, which it brings it to the federal level. Again a huge change. The second is that it really mandates that a number of that all states except elements that we have seen, sadly, in the most recent election cycle, at least open the door to huge controversy and probably open the door to fraud. It also, I mean, quite honestly does three other things that are very distressing. One is it and undermines free speech during an election cycle. So everybody knows who listens to your show or or pays attention on a regular basis that we're in a A strange era of First Amendment free speech suppression. We're witnessing things that we haven't I mean, as an attorney and a former litigator. I've never seen this kind of discussion before. Where you can, You know, it's sort of permissive Doc sing and canceling and chilling and intimidation. Ranging broadly but particularly significant during the election cycle. And so what does this bill do? It sort of jives with the idea that Twitter has that you can pull information off and pull push people off. If they say the wrong thing, And so what it does. Is it open. It literally mandates that organizations disgorged the name of their contributors. The addresses of those contributors. It regulates speech on political issues. It regulates speech on legislative issues, and then the other 22 things it does that, I think is just shocking is that it? It basically eviscerates the right of states to draw their own congressional district lines, taking that power away from the states and giving it to so called independent commissions at the federal federally sort of mandated But you know, and then the last thing, of course that it does, is it It mandates that we all pay for pumped for campaigns that it's a public? Basically, this quote unquote my voice voucher gives 1/6 1 match two candidates so you could be watching an ad on television that you funded that you Totally disagree with so Bobby. You know it is. It is a Pandora's box. It's a little shop of horrors, but it's also unconstitutional on half dozen friends. And I've never thought it had. I know it's HR one in, erroneously called It s r one earlier. Hr one Dancy. Pelosi loves to raise money with it. She was. It's a sucker's. It's a sucker's job. Only suckers give money to get HR one pass because it's so unconstitutional on so many levels. But a Mac is a pretty serious organization in the association, which are American citizens spend their time on serious stuff. Mansion has said he will not repeal the filibuster Cinema has said she will not repeal the filibuster. So HR one is not going to get 60 votes. I mean, it's a it's a next Inc shin at Among Republicans, and even some conservative Democrats must recoil in horror at many of its unconstitutional provisions. What has a Mac worried about it? So the reason that I and I think the entire sort of team that has studied this is deeply concerned is that we're seeing this House and Senate Democrats caucus push harder. Then we've ever seen at look how long it took for McConnell and Schumer coming an agreement not to eliminate the filibuster there is, I think of very well informed Kadre of serious constitutional lawyers who believe not only is this is unconstitutional. But there may well be a return who was serious discussion about eliminating the filibuster. You know, many people think that at the end of this cycle, this person this particular session that they will push to eliminate the filibuster and that that is really the concern. You know, democracy leaks away like water from a bucket as we all know, And you're an expert at this issue, but I mean, we know this and yet Unconstitutional statutes find their way into law all the time, and it is not. They don't have to be challenged. And if they're found unconstitutional, God willing, that they're turned out. But that doesn't always happen..
"bobby charles" Discussed on SRB Media Podcasts
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"bobby charles" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network
"Investigators in louisiana. Say they're working hard to make sure. No stone is left unturned. The death of fifteen year. Old bobby charles is being investigated as a possible homicide. Drowning appears to be the cause of death. The black teenager went missing late last month and was found several days later in water in a wooded area an autopsy is still pending police in iberia parish. Say video evidence shows charles in the area where he was later found. No one else appears to be with him. Starting tomorrow a coronavirus stay at home. order takes effect in chicago. it'll last for at least thirty days. Mere lori lightfoot urging folks not to leave their homes for anything other than essential needs the city is also advising people not to have visitors in their homes and to avoid non-essential travel including the upcoming thanksgiving holiday. Fox's charles watson chicago is averaging about nineteen hundred cases a day. Backlash against california governor gavin. Newsom who broke his own pandemic rules. He went to a birthday party with more than twelve people on november six. Where a friend who was one of his political advisors. The celebration was outdoors at a restaurant. However state guidelines currently limits social situations that bring people together from different households to no more than three households. Newsom has since issued a statement saying this family should have modeled better behavior and not join the party. Sox's christina coleman late last week california surpassed one million virus cases. Texas was the first to reach that milestone. Talk about a potential superspreader event. Police outside paris broke up a huge party. This weekend attended by. At least three hundred people. Some of whom threw bottles at officers. Officials are urging everyone who was at the party to get tested and to quarantine rams is locked down campus out fox news. America's ready to get back to work but to win in the new economy. You need every advantage to succeed. Smart companies run on net suite by oracle the world's number one cloud business system. Schedule your free product to a right now at nets week dot com slash fox net sweet dot com slash fox. This game bonkers. I mean honestly. I felt like at least two of portland's goals could have been called off so i think they were somewhat lucky in that regard and maybe the damage was greater than it. It code been but it just portland is such a head scratcher. Great to be able to put away six goals giving up the three which one of them. I thought the It's pavilion scores. Second or third from outside the area third right. Yeah and he's a great little. Turn not wanna go. That is a great goal. What what what can you really do about it The other two. I thought were pretty soft. And it's just it's really. It's got to be a little alarming for several. Say that at this point. Portland is still just giving up multiple goals per game. That just seem easy That being said the fact that they're able to just score goals at will it seems and pylons so many is good however a six three win might sound good but when you think about the playoffs coming up and being that leaky at the back i feel like you have to have some other strategy than just outscore the other team regardless of how many goals have been scored up to that point you. They've got the really need to tighten things up at the back. I felt like steve clarke had really uncharacteristically poor performance. There's two that. I thought he just didn't seem to know where the ball was coming from. And i don't know if it was maybe a bit of miscommunication with defenders but just looked kind of shaky and out of it. But i mean what even say about the galaxy in this game yeah. It's i agree with you that you have to think of it as as a requirement to be tighter defensively. You have to think that most times if you're going to be giving up three goals to the galaxy that you're not gonna win the game. It helps to store twice that. I guess this is. This is the don't use if you could just could just swim in goals like this you. I think that in some cases it is a defensive lapse with that first goal more. I hit a lot of time to about seven yards out to score it on the fourteenth minute. The second from a bogus. He comes from a free kick which i wonder whereby push alert was for that the I thought the this third portland goal and extreme knowledge. Not a goal. There's this tremendous of portland goal likelier. It's did his it bounces off of molly autists torso i. It has to be cleared again. Which was which was very messy defensively for portland but in terms of like diagnosing things with the attack. Diagnoses the defense of la. It's like valeri scores. This goal where he is at a diagonal and facing away from the goal instill Chip in. I don't know you know what you have done about that situation. No it's true. I think that at least two of portland schools are goals. That would've beat anybody so in fairness to la. There's that but they just look a complete mess. And i mean for for a brief little window. There looked like things. Were gonna come together for them and really looked like a different squad in terms of mentality and and defensive ability but boy that seemed to be thing of the past This week a the fifth one for portland one we can really look at. La's defense would be like. Ooh ooh yeah. And it kind of reminds me of cincinnati. At times. we've got like eight players all clumped together with a swarm of opponents surrounding them. And you've got eight players watching the guy with the ball. It's like that is not do. You wanna maybe look at where the ball might be going next. No okay all right right. No problem that allowing free headers in the box if there was a twenty twenty. Mls defense in.
"bobby charles" Discussed on KNST AM 790
"Say they're working hard to make sure no stone is left unturned. The death of 15 year old Cohen Bobby Charles, is being investigated as a possible homicide. Drowning appears to be the cause of death. The black teenager went missing late last month and was found several days later in water in a wooded area in autopsy is still pending. Police in Iberia Parish say video evidence shows Charles in the area where he was later found. No one else appears to be with him. Starting tomorrow. A coronavirus stay at home Order takes effect in Chicago. It'll last for at least 30 Days, Mayor Lori Lightfoot urging folks not to leave their homes for anything other than essential needs. The city is also advising people not to have visitors in their homes and to avoid non essential travel, including for the upcoming Thanksgiving. Holiday. Fox says Charles Watson, Chicago was averaging about 1900 cases a day backlash against California Governor Gavin Newsom, who broke his own pandemic rules. He went with birthday party with more than 12 people. On November, 6 were a friend who is also one of his political advisers. The celebration was outdoors at a restaurant. However, state guidelines currently limits social situations that bring people together from different households to no more than three households. Newsome has since issued a statement saying this family should have model better behavior and not join the party socks is Christina Coleman. Late last week, California surpassed one million virus cases, Texas was the first to reach that milestone. Talk about a potential super spreader event. Police outside Paris broke up a huge party this weekend attended by at least 300 people, some of whom threw bottles at officers. Officials are urging everyone who was at the party to get tested and to quarantine. France is.
"bobby charles" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"Say they're working hard to make sure no stone is left unturned. The death of 15 year old Cohen Bobby Charles, is being investigated as a possible homicide. Drowning appears to be the cause of death. The black teenager went missing late last month and was found several days later in water in a wooded area in autopsy is still pending. Police in Iberia Parish say video evidence shows Charles in the area where he was later found. No one else appears to be with him. Starting tomorrow. A coronavirus stay at home Order takes effect in Chicago. It'll last for at least 30 days were Lori Lightfoot, urging folks not to leave their homes for anything other than essential needs. The city is also advising people. Not to have visitors in their homes and to avoid non essential travel, including for the upcoming Thanksgiving holiday. Fox says Charles Watson, Chicago was averaging about 1900 cases a day. Backlash against California Governor Gavin Newsom, who broke his own pandemic rules. He went to a birthday party with more than 12 people. On November, 6 were a friend who is also one of his political advisers. The celebration was outdoors at a restaurant. However, state guidelines currently limits social situations that bring people together from different households to no more than three households. Newsome has since issued a statement saying this family should have model better behavior and not join the party. Fox is Christina Coleman. Late last week, California surpassed one million virus cases, Texas was the first to reach that milestone. Talk about a potential super spreader event. Police outside Paris broke up a huge party this weekend attended by at least 300 people, some of whom threw bottles at officers. Officials are urging everyone who was at the party to get tested and to quarantine. France is locked down..
"bobby charles" Discussed on WGN Radio
"I guess I will say apology accepted advance to make that work. I'm looking forward to it. I have been watching. The morning hijinks. I cannot believe some of the things that you guys get away with doing. But there how you walked. You walked that line. You deliver the news. You deliver entertainment and it is you make it look so easy, but having been a part of it for so many years, I know it. It ain't me. It is anything but and somehow you all do it with Grace and humility, charm and humor that I've just I've been blown away every time I tune it, and we're looking forward to see you tomorrow and weeknights, 569 and 10. A quarter past. You will see it tomorrow morning. Thanks for joining us, my friend. Appreciate it. 7 20 w g N Chicago Maybe send you that that link because it was one of those things where I thought to myself. Yes. Times have really changed. And now are you still flying? Not piloting? I know. But as Faras flying as a passenger Oh, yeah. Once in a while, I'll hitch a ride with friends got in their plane. I have had a couple help problem since we talked last night, and I was grounded already. But I had a little of Blood plot behind my right eyes. I've lost vision in my right eye so I could I could I could still fly. In fact, there was an airline pilot who's had one eye, but he proved capable applying. Just one I will not fly with passengers as maybe in their own powers on the plane because I have no backup, you know. I was born that have a backup. So right right that and I would think that depth perception would become increasingly difficult. This just happened a few months ago, and I haven't been up since. And I'm looking forward to trying that I have a friend. Seven and we're going to go up to see how my perception is affected. I can tell. You know when I try to put toothpaste on the toothbrush it it's different. Yes, yes. Oh, exact, Rollie. No. I want to mention something Opposition to your mood. Music. Come in with your love of history of music. I've got something I want to recommend. Tore You okay? You ever heard of swamp pop? Music s F A. M p. You have absolutely absolutely Okay. We're bound down where I grew up in Orange, Texas. We had a nightclub right across the river in Louisiana. Go and drink and dancing Agent 18 in Louisiana. Yeah, And and they had local bands. And those guys that started back in became legends in Louisiana, and we're all the same age. They were all high school guys. You know whenever starting out now they're in there. Amid the late seventies, and they're still making music down there, But it was really fun. It was a lot of fun to dance to that needed. I just wanted to keep had learned anything about that, you know? Well, you know, I mean, this started really in the fifties. And you're right. It was a mouse. It was an amalgamation in Ah, in Louisiana. And they had ballots to they weren't all up temple like cookie And the cupcakes had Matilda Which was that? That was so Yeah, Alright. Everybody knows Matilde. And that was on Paulo, which was a great great little label out of Shreveport and Bobby Charles. See ya later. Alligator and Bill Haley covered that later. But, you know, I guess you even Phil Phillips see, love. What? Riling? Yes. What was there? Our national theme song for Christmas in a small park there. What won't you come home from court for Christmas Bells will be ringing. Well, I know that Charles Brown version of it. That's it. That's it, and okay, it affected it became a nen instant hit so much so that every year we had a contest. Whoever heard Bells will be ringing first. Would note the time and call all the friends say I heard it today. Christmas is on. So that's kind of music played a big part in our respect in, but yeah, anyway at the grass No, no, that that that's great. Well, Charles Brown was, I guess he was from Texas City in and then Galveston area. And Yeah, he had been in l A. And I was sort of more of his Nelligan l a guy because he relocated there early and did a lot of stuff there. But But, yeah, please come home for Christmas. Is is huge. Aziz. I still hear that that today, But then you have the arguments. Would you consider Jimmy Clanton to be swamp up? I don't know that I'd go that far. He was from. I think you's in Baton Rouge. Jimmy was Yeah, I'm not sure. But listen, one of the guys that played In that big oak club that I was telling you about was Bobbi Campbell. Bobby when I went on to Toto And he's teaching him in. Roseanna. You never noticed on Africa. His voice is featured in almost two sounds. So he had Those guys would be good. Yeah, And he was. I think I think he was from Benton. And absolutely yet. I had remembered that on some little story that have but Ah Ah, and wasn't Ah, Wasn't he did something with part of the three dog night. I think they had Ah, gig out in l. A. They found a group follows. I lost track on DH killed. Somebody told me that it was him with, But no they had so I thought hold the line was just on the best songs by Toto. And I think that was before Roseanna in Africa, But but, yeah, absolutely. And I think New Orleans is such a huge contributor to Ah, both soul, you know, R and B and and pop, Really? And but that's another place when I Yeah, I guess I guess spoken like an old person. When I used to go to Louisiana, especially New Orleans. This was a great city. The percentage of black homeownership was very high. There was a vibrant black middle class of people. You had Ah, lot of great areas and you know not only the tourist stuff like the vocal ray, but a lot of great areas. And now I'm not even talking about post Katrina. But mean before that, itjust like disintegrated, and I don't know what happened to New Orleans. Well, I think the tornadoes in the floods I'm in the hurricanes in the floods, and all that started it. But the right It's changed a lot down there. Yeah, it just used to be. Ah, Robust city. And the area that really but, um In that bop alive was the color of Katie. Anna. Oh, yeah, It's It's west of the Mississippi River actually, west of the chapel. I smart, starting around. New Iberia and laughed at all those places and down through there, and that's where they they really that stuff developing. Then they had to radical music and Cajun music. I'm 99% Cajun by heritage by birth, so Yeah, well, I think one of my favorites, and it's not not known that. Well, I've played it before is a bumper. But is Charles Sheffield? It's your voodoo working and when I had come from, but yeah, yeah, I was just just We're talking with Mike for hand kept in trade Han And should you want to join us? Obviously, topics whatever is on your mind will be on ours. 312981 72 100. I'm rally James in Fergie on W G N radio. Something understand. Bald women in long can cheat you, duke and you know what I mean?.
"bobby charles" Discussed on Discover Lafayette
"Yes yes yes I want to do that and then I remember Warren saying we We're GONNA DO Tennessee Blues. Bobby Charles Number. Bobby's won a great song. Ride from Abbeville. He said Sonny Landry recorded with me on that original version so I said Oh well maybe I can get sunny land to play on there you know and suu called Sonny and Sonny. was there absolutely yes I would love to and then in our saxophone player Derek. Houston had been Telling me look man. There's this John Fogerty Song this week. We gotta do. Warm would just kill eyelid. And unlike I've got my song already I didn't really WANNA listen to it. But he kept on nipping at my heels and finally asked Warren and warrants. Aw Man a huge fogarty fan you know. We recorded back together in one thousand nine hundred eighty five. We did this video. Shoot and you know again. There's the connections were everywhere so so we decided to do the the fogarty song in my keyboard player. Eric adcock jokingly said man we got Marc Broussard and we got sunny. Lange's wouldn't me cool if we got John Fogerty to sing on this record and we all kind of chuckled because it would be full. How do you make that happen? You know like how do you get John Fogerty. And then you know one thing thing led to another and by the end of that day I had an email from John. Fogerty saying I would be honored to be a part of this project. Yeah so again you know you go home and you you you you know so so you get that email new go great. Hey guys. John's in you know and then and then you go home and when you process that information and you go wait what. I'm so glad you got to do all this where Warren can really enjoy everything. Stan how well respected and then let me just Kinda put a sign on there. I was able to get funding for the projects for both projects projects so that All of the proceeds can go to warn and help him out because as a musician of seventy two years you know it's all he's ever done really so he doesn't have any kind of retirement or or anything that he can get so he's still working today first and foremost because he loves it but he still has to pay his bill right so so I was able to do this project. And so all the book sales in the record sales go to go to warn N.. T shirt sales so seven name of the book and the album again please. So the book and the album both titled Taking the world by Storm The book's SUBTITLE IS A Conversation with Warren Storm. And the album's LEM subtitle is a regional routes journey with the godfather of swamp pop. It's awesome. I have one last question before turnover the mic to Jason Sikora In these musicians that you've met you know nationally in the US and abroad. Is it like a small network when it comes down John to at like your music is different than let's say an Eric Clapton John Fogerty or whatever but is it really a brotherhood and it is so small it is so small it is so ridiculously small. You can't even understand how small and how close it is. You know people talk about seven degrees of separation. There's not even a seventh degree of separation Asian because somebody that off played with or know somebody that has pleaded with Eric Clapton or John Fogerty or U2 you or whoever whoever it may be and it's all about the music and the music is so much that music community in the Camaraderie in just everything that it has to offer is so close to what we hear in Lafayette and Acadia. What our culture has to honour which is family you know food creativity music dancing? I mean it just all of that experience here. In in Cajun culture I experienced in music culture. It's it's just it's all the same. It's the joy of creating. It's the joy of life. Yeah Yeah Yeah. Yeah that's beautiful. We're here in raiders. Solutions Studio in Jason Sikora comes from a similar background. You're both guitarist horace. Can you know you've got some questions. A lot of comments and a few questions I was. I wasn't nervous until I found out who he really. Well first of all thank you for being here and Jan.. Thank you for bringing a musician in today. So my background music degree. I don't I know how I ended up in an IT company. But now I'm even more nervous certainly but I like your attitude and I've the same thing of you. Just jump in the river and see what happens. Yeah and I think I've said that to some other guests before they just end up somewhere and they don't know how they got there it's because they said yes so I appreciate that attitude. Also I liked the smartwatch and be bracelets because Taylor thank you for letting me play your guitar. It sounds amazing and plays really really well and kind of jealous Darren Wallace. It is the guy who made it for me and like I said he He's been building a all his life and I think in the near future. He's considering retiring and just just wanting to do this as as a hobby and yes so we kind of made a little deal in. He said I'll build you guitar as that people that can do especially in Acoustic Qataris finding inside and yeah. That's that's not easy. You can't see it because it's really beautiful. Yeah we'll have the video rolling so yeah I like what you said to about Musicians especially big famous ones as being normal people I was doing a Gig in Orland and the edge was backstage with his daughter's just hanging out. Oh he hung out with my son for an hour. Talking soccer it was crazy just normal people that have have very cool. Jobs can give you a really really really quick story about that all right so so I had a friend of mine who was working for the ban Youtube and he had moved down here and he used to catch flack all the time he said you know catch like everyday from these guys in like why would you move to podunk Louisiana similar. Why why would you do that? And he said I finally decided I'm going to show them rather than try and explain it so when they came down to Houston to do their concert a few years back they. He rented out the continental club and he hired a band from Luisa like our friends to play. He had a couple of us to teach these guys how to Cajun Dance Ami Amy Hart Somebody to cook a Gumbo. So we're we're hanging out with you too and the crew from the the concert and all that stuff and we're teaching. I taught edge to step. Another friend of mine was teaching Bonner. which sorry Bano? But you can't really Dan pretty good but anyway you know by the time it was like three three in the morning and we're just kind of having this big okay jam on the on the back and and my friend Lindsay was serving Gumbo right. So He's fixing a bowl of Gumbo and he'd say. Hey you want some Gumbo. And yes or no. So he gets to Bonou. WHO's listening to this cage jam and it's like I said three in the morning? He's got his two bodyguards. He's got his sunglasses but he's just hanging Out and so Lindsey goes at say Bano he said you want some Gumbo and the Pentagon Lad Italia. I'm so filled with the love love and the music and the culture you know. He's he's having gone on this three minute. Existential just being. And everybody's listening in Lindsay's holding the the thingy Gumbo and and and Bono finishes in Lindsey Goes Dude. You want some Gumbo or not and Monaco's no he goes. Do you want some Gumbo. It was it was so great. Because it's like you said you know when you when you're in that little jam sessions you just like everybody else. Everybody else and I think he realized that in that moment you know really. We didn't want to know anything other than you WANNA come exactly a style by the time. I also like what you said about how small the industry is because it really is and I've been out of it for seven years now but yet I got a call from the stage manager. Metallica the other day just wanted to talk and I did sound from art. Bruce Hart at a private party and two months earlier I was bowling with switch foot and Houston like it really is that small and once when you're in it and that's one thing that I forgot to say but I can mention that right now and my husband didn't really understand that I mom or into until they saw it when you meet another musician and you play music with them. Are you share something. Musically there is a bond that is formed and you are friends forever like you I. It's just a lifelong as long as it's a brotherhood. I guess you could almost call it and it's nothing you have to work at it. Just it just happens and you might meet somebody one time. But you're you're his friend or her friend forever and you know you can call on him seven years down the road if you need something or just WanNa talk and it's like you so you've been knowing them forever and it's the whole industry the musicians the roadies sound guys once once you do something somebody action action exactly well. From my perspective I lived on a bus with ten dudes. So you do that for a year. You're recordings but it's the same with musicians the moment you play with somebody an increase your year together and it doesn't matter what genre no no it's crossed genres for your it's just music certainly And that's why I surround myself with amplifiers and guitars this office because 'cause literally I'll walk by and somebody will be playing Bass Guitar Weeks. We just have to step away from the desk for five minutes. He meant it all right so going back at the beginning what did you teach at USA. I taught middle school science. I taught middle school for a long time. Yeah my wife's a school math teacher so so yeah yeah I loved it. Loved the Middle School People Always say Oh my God God bless you. I can't believe such a weird age and I'm like well. I'm such a weird girl so we just kinda perfect or fit in campus. Amazing what what spurred you were Why did you get into education? Well come from a family family of educators as well my dad was a schoolteacher. At an early age he became the youngest principal ever in Saint Martin parish and you went on to work at the the central office as Assistant Superintendent My aunt was an educator. My great aunt was an educator. I had several great aunts. who were Educators so so our come from that background and I kinda always knew. That's what I wanted to do. But my dad had tried to talk me out of being an educator educator in a coach and I think he just realized the amount of hours that it would take and kind of tried to point a different direction. But I mean I knew that that's what I was supposed supposed to be doing. Excellent all right. So can you talk a bit about how you choose songs to sing or your writing process. the writing process is pretty easy to talk about. Because I don't do it I guess in this and what I mean by that is that I will never sit down on an say or I have never really sat down and said I'm going to write a song today. let's see. What am I going to write about this? They're they're a gift gift they come to me. It sounds weird. I had to try and explain it to my mom but I'll be driving down the road and you know it'll come to me but I will tell you this I will back up in and tell you this. I met a songwriter in two thousand and nine who had gone to Nashville and he had come back home and had asked him the question and I said all right you gotTa tell me how. How do you write a song because it makes no sense to me like I can? I can imagine how you could maybe come up with lyrics. I can imagine how you could maybe come up with the melody but I can't imagine how you could put the two together. It's just not making sense in my head. And he told me he said you know pretty easy to write a song. He was really back and I said well what's you know. How do you do it? And he said seaman all you gotTa do is pay attention and and I remember thinking to myself jerk or if you don't want to tell me how to write a song..
"bobby charles" Discussed on WBSM 1420
"The way with Bobby Charles from the impact really fantastic his his history and his knowledge of the space program as we celebrated yesterday about the fiftieth anniversary of the moon landing simply incredible I really enjoyed every bit of that but we are just through the rest of the way which means if you want to dial your whole time should be short eight eight eight nine seven one stage eight eight eight nine seven one seven two four three as I can be a live from Cleveland Ohio and in fourteen twenty the answer Terence Kay Williams is a national treasure I don't know if I could play this because so much of it is visual you have to see is very somebody element to this I was going to do this I'm gonna put a month I'm gonna re tweeted if you follow me on Twitter you'll find it or if you just search for the hashtag I stand with Terrence J. Williams Terrance Kay Williams it is a tearful story that he's telling on his Twitter video of the time that he was told to go back where you came from buy a restaurant waiter it is it is it is a tear jerker it is it is really an extraordinary example of the pain and the sting of being told to go back where you came from and if you have not yet seen it then like I said follow me on Twitter at France radio F. R. A. N. T. easy radio all one word no spaces no underscores and you will see exactly what I'm talking about Terrence Williams turns get Williams is an actor and a commentator and he's a black man and he was told by a restaurant waiter he says to go back where he came from and this my friends is just traumatizing different however from the traumatic scenario described buy a Georgia legislator who claimed on Friday night last but she was the victim of terrible racism when she says that she was told by a white man in a grocery store to go back where she came from her name is Erica Thomas she's a Georgia state representative in minority leader she is an African American and she took to Twitter on Saturday to say quote today I was verbally assaulted in the grocery store by a white man who told me I was a lazy SO be and to go back where I came from because I had too many items in the express lane my husband wasn't there to defend me because he is on active duty serving the country I came from the USA plus is terrible obviously if that actually happened we got a serious problem on our hands but almost immediately and I think it probably took zero point two five seconds for most of us to realize wait a second if this wasn't a company behind the surveillance video or personal cell phone video there's something that smells rotten in Denmark here because it just sounded too familiar because we just heard the send her back send her back chant controversy from the trump North Carolina campaign rally for somebody to come up and say go back where you came from to this African American woman in Georgia who is a member of the US state legislature there it just seemed to too convenient other words I immediately tweeted inside I don't believe you're you're a liar not that point on Friday I didn't have proof that she was a liar but I just knew this was not true sure enough she decides to double down she goes on to Facebook post to Facebook video in which she explains quote people are really out of control with this white privilege stuff this is this is a little bit let me see if I can bring this up.
"bobby charles" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot
"The way with Bobby Charles from the impact really fantastic his his history and his knowledge of the space program as we celebrated yesterday about the fiftieth anniversary of the moon landing simply incredible I really enjoyed every bit of that but we are just free the rest of the way which means if you want to dial your whole time should be short eight eight eight nine seven one stage eight eight eight nine seven one seven two four three as I can be a live from Cleveland Ohio and in fourteen twenty the answer Terence Kay Williams is a national treasure I don't know if I can play this because so much of it is visual you have to see is very somebody element to this I was going to do this I'm gonna put a month I'm gonna re tweeted if you follow me on Twitter you'll find it or if you just search for the hashtag I stand with Terrence Kay Williams Terrance Kay Williams it is a tearful story that he's telling on his Twitter video of the time that he was told to go back where you came from by restaurant waiter it is it is it is a tear jerker it is it is really an extraordinary example of the pain and the sting of being told to go back where you came from and if you have not yet seen it then like I said follow me on Twitter at France radio at four A. M. cheesy radio all one word no spaces no underscores and you will see exactly what I'm talking about Terrence Williams turns that Williams is an actor and a commentator and he's a black man and he was told by a restaurant waiter he says to go back where he came from and this my friends is just traumatizing a little bit different however from the traumatic scenario described buy a Georgia legislator who claimed on Friday night last that she was the victim of terrible racism when she says that she was told by a white man in a grocery store to go back where she came from her name is Erica Thomas she's a Georgia state representative in minority leader she is an African American and she took to Twitter on Saturday to say quote today I was verbally assaulted in the grocery store by a white man who told me I was a lazy SO be and to go back where I came from because I had too many items in the express lane my husband wasn't there to defend me because he is on active duty serving the country I came from the USA well this is terrible obviously if that actually happened we got a serious problem on our hands but almost immediately and I think it probably took zero point two five seconds for most of us to realize wait a second if this wasn't a company behind the surveillance video or personal cell phone video there's something that smells rotten in Denmark here because it just sounded too familiar because we just heard the send her back send her back chant controversy from the trump North Carolina campaign rally for somebody to come up and say go back where you came from to this African American woman in Georgia who is a member of the US state legislature there it just seemed to too convenient other words I immediately tweeted inside I don't believe you're you're a liar not that point on Friday I didn't have proof that she was a liar but I just knew this was not true sure enough she decides to double down she goes on to Facebook post to Facebook video in which she explains quote people are really out of control with this white privilege stuff this is this is a little bit let me see if I can bring this.