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Fresh update on "brewer" discussed on CNBC's Fast Money
"Welcome back to fast money, casino socks taking a hit on reports of illegal gambling operations and money laundering in Macau. Let's get to contessa brewer who's got the details on this contessa. And most of those stocks were an improvement over when this market first opened this morning. The CEO of Macau's biggest junket operator sun city was arrested on cross border gambling charges, allegedly involving cryptocurrency. Shares of MGM China sans China and wind Macau immediately took a steep dive. You can see them down. MGM China actually fell well, maybe you're not seeing that. But they felt like 10%. And then when the markets opened here, as I said, the casino stocks took a hit, but then rebounded. Why would that be? Let me tell you, junkets are the VIP segment, right? That's organized gambling for high rollers. That segment has been under pressure for years. According to Bernstein analysts, the junket business is in decline and will never return to its future scale in Macau. That's a quote from their note today. Here's the numbers laid out by Deutsche Bank today. In 2013, the VIP segment generated 29.8 billion in gaming revenue. The mass market was about half that. And then came the junket crackdown in 2014 by 2019, the junkets brought in less than half of the total gaming revenue in Macau with some of those players that had been in junkets, turning to premium mass. Deutsche Bank estimates in 2023, a decade from what I just showed you, the mass segment will bring in twice as much as the VIP segment. So a total reversal. The company insiders I spoke with today kind of shrugged about this arrest of a junket boss. They say the more pressing concern is the autocrane coronavirus variant and the impact that might have on visitation restrictions in Macau, because as you know, Melissa, they're nowhere near bounced back. Thank you, contessa brewer. Throw in a JPMorgan number. And that's an estimate of one point. One to 4% of operators earnings in 2023 will be from the VIP segment. So a shrinking part of the puzzles contest had highlighted at the same time, crackdowns in Chinatown. I mean, that's just part of the risk in this trade here that doesn't end. Yeah, you have both kind of headwinds coming at you right here on that headline. I think great reporting by contestants because I think the trend here on VIP versus mass is what it is. I think there is concern that this is singling out, but also going after folks using different types of headlines to really just attack the sector and possibly reissue licenses. I don't think that's what's going on here. And I do think if you're an investor and believe this is just about travel mobility, this is a great trade. And I've been clear on Vegas and I'm sideways on this trade mostly through options. I do believe the story here is of a company that's got a lot of cash being very opportunistic, well positioned in Southeast Asia, not necessarily all in Hong Kong and in Macau. I think this is really a story. Most casinos that don't even have big brother in China are running into this kind of a headwind. It's travel mobility. That's an opportunity to me. Yeah, Grasso, you're taking the casino operators, particularly the ones in cow. Yeah, so obviously the variant is the major headwind. Does your for them? Just when you start to think that they can get their footing below them, you get hit with another variant. So it used to be either you played MGM in the states or you played the leaning towards Macau there. And even MGM is going to get hit with the variant as well. So I think you have to really be cautious over playing Macau. I don't think that you could dive in just yet because the variant is a major headwind and we don't know how this is going to shake out, but I would take a dabble in MGM because I think that will clear up sooner rather than later. Coming up, a Disney downer.
Get to Know Os Guinness, Author of 'The Magna Carta of Humanity'
"Who is us? Where has he where was he born and what has he been doing most of his life? Well, I'm the great great, great grandson of Arthur Guinness, the original brewer, and very proud of our family heritage and the integrity and generosity of the firm down the centuries. My own branch of the family, my grandfather, was one of the first western doctors in China, actually he survived the box arrives, and he went into the Forbidden City and treated the Empress dowager and the last emperor in the early part of the 20th century. My parents were born in China, and importantly for this book, I was a 7 year old in the Chinese revolution. So I remember the day. You have memory? You have memories? Absolutely. And it's important to this book because I remember the day when my dad said to me son, we're in trouble. Chiang Kai-shek has abandoned the city. We were in the capital, and the Red Army's coming in. And I remember the reign of terror began, and I was there for two years under that, and my parents were kept another two years on the house arrest. But the important was many years later I was at Oxford, and the graduate student, and had general one night with Isaiah Berlin. In other great places of freedom, Jewish. And we discovered he'd been a 7 year old in the Russian Revolution. And I was a 7 year old in the Chinese revolution the two big communist ones of the last century, so he compared notes thank God the English speaking people who stood up against totalitarianism, but in the mid 70s, when I was with him, it would have been unthinkable. That America would be tempted by anything like a radical socialism, let alone a cultural Marxism. And yet, that's where we are
Virus Craft Brewery-Beer intro and wrap-17-06-19-4
"The corona virus pandemic has been tough on craft breweries around the country some brewers found a way around the restrictions Matt Greenwald's rally king brewing in Colorado this ninety five percent of its business outside the taproom we were shut down for a period of time and the only thing that we had to actually sell was cans of beer out of our bridge in the front grille all needed some kind of packaging service Peter robots to the rescue we have a mobile canning operation designed to support small and medium producers for beer made Greenwald says Rohde canning solutions mobile plants maybe only six foot long but its impact was immense there where businesses that were being close shut down people's livelihoods taken away now the chill the beer is flowing every time a case could spell real beer and the canning business is flourishing I'm at Donahue
Craft brewer Bell's Brewery sold to Australia's Lion
"The US beer industry has one less independent brewer bell's brewery is being acquired by a Straily in brewer lion a subsidiary of Japan's Kirin group line will join the Michigan based brewery with Colorado based new Belgium brewing which it acquired in twenty nineteen together the companies vault to the top of the U. S. craft beer market in off premise that's non restaurant sales volumes edging out competitors like Sierra Nevada and Blue Moon the move comes amid declining U. S. beer sales says young drinkers flock to seltzer is another options the brewers association a trade group for craft brewers says overall beer sales in the U. S. fell three percent last year well craft beer sales plummeted nine percent I'm Ben Thomas
McCall leads No. 24 Coastal Carolina to 35-28 win over Troy
"Coastal Carolina has rebounded from its first loss since last season grace McCall threw for two touchdowns and ran for a third is the twenty fourth ranked Chanticleers took down Troy thirty five twenty eight McCall passed for two hundred ninety four yards including scoring throws of sixty six and seventy one yards coach Jamey Chadwell gambled with a fake punt with about three minutes left in a one score lead the result was a twelve yard run for the first down by defensive tackle CJ brewer the late Dr secure coastal Carolina's twelve straight home win as a share to clears improved to seven and one on the season I'm Dave very
"brewer" Discussed on Conversations
"This is an abc podcast. You know when a politician says they leaving the job to spend more time with their family. It often seems like that. Might not be the full story but for tim fischer. It really was the case. Tim was the leader of the national party and deputy prime minister when he left politics. He decided that he needed to be with his wife. The former judy brewer and with their sons the eldest of whom harrison had been diagnosed with autism. The family shed precious years together before. Tim passed away from leukemia in august last year. Today judy leaves where she has. Nearly all of her life at the family farm in mudgee ganga in north east victoria and she has some big plans for the place to turn it into a cave on a of refuge and of delight for people like her son hiji. Hi sarah tell me about these hyme of yours judy. How long has your family being in mudgee ganga. Well it's a very special place. I feel so lucky to live there and to have had the opportunity to to make it my home again completely forever for as long as i can and So i'll tell you better i. It's a family farm not a very big farm but it has been in the family since my great grandparents pie needed in the seventies. So it's one hundred fifty years in the family and very fortunate to live on the original block although its borders have changed many times over the years and also in the original house. My great grandparents participates. And catherine o'brien. How did not stirring catherine. I come to this part of australia. Oh gosh what a story. Water story so I'm gonna love the story of australia in rural australia. Everyone has has an incredible tale of why they live with a live and for me. It was to immigrants who came essentially for the gold. Rush my great grandfather was italian from the valtolina up in northern italy. A little place called girls auto and he came out for the gold rush at a time. When there was a lot of poverty in the area he lived in so he left italy in eighteen. Sixty three hoping to just get here in time but when he got to beach worth and the gold rush areas of northeast victoria the gold rush had actually passed him by so it was a long trip for nothing. But because i'm very glad he actually did. What did he judy why he well. I didn't bring very much. He he was nineteen he. He came with two cousins. They walked from northern italy to genoa. And then a boat to live a pool and then liverpool to melbourne. They had nothing absolutely nothing. And the lovely family story is that because he didn't smoke and there was rations of tobacco on the ship that he saved all his rations when he got to melbourne. He sold his rations said that he had enough to buy a backpack and walk. Northeast victoria with these two cousins. I can't prove this story but there is always a family story that he he did..
Freeman HR sends Braves to NLCS with 5-4 win over Brewers
"Freddie Freeman blasted a solo home run in the bottom of the eighth inning to give Atlanta a prime to poor victory over the Milwaukee Brewers and send the Braves to the National League Championship Series Atlanta won the division series three games to one in Freeman said this after the game the pure joy you know in that clubhouse you know that's everything we've worked for since Feb worries to get to the playoffs and then keep moving on moving on the brewers lead to nothing on the top of the fourth and four two in the fifth but the Braves answered both times and tied the game at four four Robbie Thomas had a two run Homer in the fifth for Milwaukee Braves starter Charlie Morton went three and a third innings on three days rest Tyler matic got the win in relief Gary McPhillips Atlanta
Joc Pederson crushes a three-run homer in the fifth
"Jack Peterson ripped a three run pinch hit home run in the fifth inning as the Atlanta Braves defeated the Milwaukee Brewers three nothing and took a two games to one lead in their National League division series Pederson's blast robin Travis d'arnaud and Dansby Swanson who are on with singles Braves starter Ian Anderson went five giving up just three hits and striking out six Freddy Peralta the brewers starter went for also giving up three hits Adrian Houser who relieved in the fifth surrendered all three Braves runs Gary McCallum's Atlanta
Fried sharp, Braves blank Brewers 3-0 to tie NLDS at 1-all
"Runs have been at a premium in the series the brains behind starter Max freed beat the brewers three nothing to even the series at one free worked the first six innings on three hits and nine strikeouts three relievers finished up for the shutout the performance was a microcosm of how will free pitch toward the end of the season the top of the order did the damage for the Braves Freddie Freeman and Ozzie Albies had RBI hits in a two run third inning off brewers starter Brandon Woodruff Austin Riley added a sixth inning solo home run Chuck Friedman Milwaukee
Tellez HR, throw spark Brewers over Braves 2-1 in Game 1
"First baseman routed to less made an impact on offense and defense helping the brewers to a two to one win over the Braves to less broke about tense pitcher's duel by lifting a two run Homer off Braves starter Charlie Morton in the bottom of the seventh inning it snapped the scoreless game to let is also help stave off a Braves first inning threat started a rare first base to home plate double play it helped also to Braves rally with runners at the corners and nine out brief scored their lone run in the eighth on Jack Pearson's home run had something going in the nineties but brewer closer Josh Hayter stranded the tying run a third check Freeman Milwaukee
Braves, Brewers spurred to playoffs by bold midseason deals
"It'll be Milwaukee's all ball club against the current one is the Braves take on the brewers in the NL division series the brewers are trying to win Milwaukee's first World Series title since the Braves in nineteen fifty seven manager Craig Counsell team won the NL central with relative ease as the brewers reach the post season for the fourth consecutive year like everybody else we're excited can't wait to get on the field can't wait to get to the park tomorrow course there's nerves there's an nervous energy like everybody else the brave shook off a slow start to capture the NL east they are expected to start Charlie Morton in game one on Friday against brewers ace Corbin Burnes the two teams split their six game season series on the ferry
"brewer" Discussed on Strength To Be Human --Literary Podcast, Hosted by Mark Antony Rossi
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"brewer" Discussed on Strength To Be Human --Global Arts & Affairs Podcast, Hosted by Mark Antony Rossi
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Urías wins 20th, LA beats Brewers 8-3 to stay alive in West
"The Dodgers have sent the NL west race to the final day with an eight three win over the brewers the victory coupled with the giants lost to the Padres leaves Los Angeles one game behind San Francisco Julio Reavis became the only twenty game winner of the season and the first for the Dodgers since Clayton Kershaw in twenty fourteen yes allowed just one hit over seven innings for manager Dave Roberts team to cap also a tremendous regular season for him really proud of them it's a feather in his cap wanted twenty twenty games the Dodgers got a three run Homer from Justin Turner in the first inning a two run blast by AJ Pollock in the fourth and a solo shot by Corey Seager in the fifth on the ferry
Trea Turner slam, solo HR; Kershaw hurt, Dodgers beat Brews
"Tracy Turner homered twice including a grand slam and the Dodgers came from behind to beat the brewers eight to six LA had trailed five one until Turner's fifth inning slam maybe five to five Matt Bailey broke the tie with a pinch hit Homer in the seventh Clayton Kershaw let up three runs before leaving in the second inning with an injury to his pitching arm Blake Treinen wanted in relief young del Gustav a took the loss Kenley Jansen got the save the Dodgers remain alive in the NL west race trailing the giants by two games with two to play mark Myers Los Angeles
Cards' 17-game winning streak ends with 4-0 loss to Brewers
"One night after clinching a playoff berth the card will see their franchise record seventeen game winning streak come to an end at the hands of the brewers you win for that thing at bush stadium the losses the Redbirds person September tenth Adrian Houser tosses five innings to pick up the win miles Michaelis takes the loss there's a a dozen cliches that I could use to describe the way that our our winning streak wet but I think the best way to describe it is you know team work and having everyone pushing towards a common goal are are for the most part will always went out and I think that's what we did well did you both go back it's a two run home run in many P. as a solo blast for the you know central division champion brewers Mike Reeves St Louis
Brewers clinch NL Central, condemn Mets to losing record
"The brewers are NL central champs for the second time in four years following an eight four win over the Mets lead Thomas smacked a two run Homer and had three RBIs as Milwaukee completed a three game sweep of the bumbling New Yorkers Freddy Peralta one for the first time since August tenth ending this kitten which she went oh one two one five starts he allowed four runs and five hits over five in the third Peralta entered with a one sixty two opponents batting average on track to be the best since nineteen twenty losing pitcher Carlos Carrasco was reach for five runs over four innings I'm Dave Ferrie
Goldschmidt homers twice, Cards beat Brewers for 12th in row
"The cardinals winning streak is now at twelve games after they stormed back from a five nothing deficit to beat the brewers eight to five Paul Goldschmidt homered twice and had three RBIs for the cardinals alone their longest winning streak since the nineteen eighty two World Series team goldsmith said it was a great comeback started pretty small there in the seventh inning with a couple walks at least maybe three us forget how the first guy got on and then you know just a big kid here there and you know the next inning so everyone just kind of doing their job St Louis is to offer club record for consecutive victories set in nineteen thirty five Yadier Molina had two RBIs including the run scoring single bit ignited the cards come back the brewers magic number remains three for clinching the NL central I'm Dave Ferrie
Cards win 11th in row, best streak since 2001; stall Brewers
"Fast starts and playing aggressive baseball have been to the trademarks of the cardinals winning ways a convincing tended to win over the brewers move the cardinals winning streak to eleven Tyler o'neill and Paul Goldschmidt each hit two run homers and the cardinals jumped out to a six nothing lead after two innings starting pitcher miles Michaelis came up with seven strong innings the brewers have suddenly gone cold they have not lowered their magic number of three in the last four games their lead on the cardinals in the division is eight and a half Chuck Freeman Milwaukee
Lester wins 200th, Cards down Brewers for ninth straight win
"The streaking cardinals continue to make a beeline toward the playoffs a five to two win over the brewers it's the ninth straight win for the cardinals who continue to move toward solidifying the second wild card spot starting pitcher Jon Lester got his two hundredth career win Leicester went six innings at one point set down ten in a row the cardinals got on the board early I know in our models to run first inning Homer off brewers starter Freddy Peralta the brewers magic number to clinch the NL central division remains at three over the cardinals Chuck Freeman Milwaukee
Wisdom Sets Cubs Rookie Record With 27th HR, Beat Brewers
"Patrick wisdom said the cubs rookie record with this twenty seven phone run a Chicago down the brewers six to four wisdom three run blast capped a five run eighth that prevented the brewers from reducing their magic number to three for winning the NL central he broke the previous club mark set by Kris Bryant in twenty fifteen Christian Yelich singled home a pair of runs with two out in the ninth Michael Rucker entered the game and worked out of a bases loaded situation for his first big league save the brewers had beaten the cubs eleven consecutive times I'm Dave Ferrie
Brewers Rally to Top Cubs 8-5, Move Closer to Division Title
"Kolten Wong hit a tie breaking single with two outs in the eighth inning to spark the brewers eight five decision over the cubs I was in a triangle there due to much even though it looked like it sometimes in those things but you know I was trying to really just hone in on that strike zone right down the middle and and not get off of that you know these guys before me had a really good at bats and I wanted to continue that trend the walkie scored four runs off reliever Rowan wick in the eighth to come from behind to beat the cubs for the tenth straight time Luiz arena strove in three runs and long was three for five with two RBIs helping the brewers cut their magic number to for for winning the NL central Frank Swindell hit a solo shot for the cubs the first Homer brewers starter Adrian Houser had allowed since June twenty sixth I'm Dave Ferrie
"brewer" Discussed on MTR Podcasts
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"brewer" Discussed on MTR Podcasts
"That in nature of doing this. Podcast i have a variety of people that i'll have on it. Some people who are emerging to some people who are season artists biologists. Have someone like your clout like. I don't like your words. I would have. I don't like their work. You know that this new thing. The term cloud this new thing. That's important to folks these days them funding. This cloud is of weird. A blows my mind. I care about a bunch of fucking strangers opinions remain. Why do i give it. When i hear the word cloud on hearing it in social media terms of giddings gotta get a shit about what you know the strangers people have never met her probably never will meet think of me if i want any kind of quote unquote cloud which an appropriate current of us. I think i would want the approval. That's more reasonable term. In my opinion they would want approval of those. Who do what i do. And more so those who've been doing it longer than me and whom i respect and look up to their work i don't want anyone. Tell me up cool and powder my little ass for someone to give me that that not of respect that that's so much more valuable than this clout that people are after these days. Fuck out of here with the opinions. A bunch of strangers you know. I want my peers. You know if they think. I'm okay i'm doing all right you know. That's that's the thing that matters acknowledgement from your peers. People do this thing where they say. I don't care about awards. And so on and i had an interview with Dd am not long ago. Big fan of dm midget the whole about like like success is the grammy. So that's the way has looked at and that's literally your peers in that highest sense are saying you're good you've made it. Would you do and on with the for musician. That sounds right. You know those do what you do or like men. That was fucking cool. Yeah that's what it's about in my opinion. Talk outta here with fucking omni joe and fucking buddies on instagram. Fucking telling me i'm cool. I don't need that shit the gas. I'm a young man. But i'm still too old for that shit. You know like well so this is the last question i have before it shameless plugs. Because you know what i'm saying. Neither baby boy we can. So what are a couple of things you enjoy doing. When you're not tattoo on folks tell you ma'am you can see me. Folks listening to the.
"brewer" Discussed on MTR Podcasts
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"brewer" Discussed on Jim Beaver's Project Action
"There's like fifty of us in there. But i'll send you an invite to once you get everything set up seeing going there and just start talking about the funny thing is i have to practice on the same. Because it's a i for some reason I get a little nauseous. Sometimes on the simulator and so i need a practice and before i race against the the big dogs. I definitely am interested. Send me that yes you have do. You have Are you doing screens or are you doing the full like vr headset. I can't do the vr stuff. Like that no. I can't do i can't do. I do the screens I'm getting used to it but yeah it's it's definitely a lot different for me the feeling of driving it then a car even the nicest one i'm on you know it's just but it does help learn the track and stuff but it does make you a little nauseous. You've got though bar next to the next to me and like all ready you need to put a gopro over the top of things just because it'd be. I don't know this is story. We're going down a rabbit. All we probably go down but yeah it'd be funny. You wanna go viral on social media. There you go there you go man so obviously you know you're racing. We got some racist coming up. I want to go back. Canada talking about the social media thing. Because i'm looking at like your sponsors clubhouse there you know big partner in your program things like that but i gotta think with your social. It's kind of dynamic where i've got sixty thousand followers on instagram. Minor largely endemic motorsports. People right yours are gone and you know you. You do have people like me. Who follow you because of the racing and things like but i gotta think that you know this actually benefit you when you go to pitch a sponsor outside of the endemic. I mean everybody's going after the tire in the wheel and the oil companies and you know the parts things like that but you can take this package it to some fortune. Five hundred company sounds something to women through a grocery store or something like that. And i gotta think because you're following so different like that's actually going to be a big benefit. Yes i agree. There's there's definitely good and bad to that. So yeah like you said. it's. It's good. Because i have a wide range of demographics with people and their interests i'm able to pitch that to sponsors and were able to do that but then on the flip side. There's also a lot of people that follow me for the wrong reasons and they're like why don't you post me bikini photos like what is this. We don't you know. Like i feel like i like the i love the racing fans who follow me because i feel like their actual fans of me not just my body. I guess you know. Or whatever the photos. I feel like the racing fans actually genuinely care about what i'm doing and so yeah. There is a flip side of both. And you know. I'm i appreciate all the people who follow me so that'd be an said obviously You spend spending this year. In touring cars. I mean i guess you've got to have in your head kind of the ladder. You would like to see your career progress. I mean what you know. How do you see things going here. I know i've read stuff. Where ultimately you'd love to be an indycar at some point. I mean what what's the. What's the ladder you've got in your mind in a perfect world. If the right sponsor came in to help you fund this deal where you know where you heading yeah So i like you said the ultimate goal is probably indycar. Because i've always i've always dreamed. I think it's a great program I think my dream ladder. I definitely want to get some race craft experience in the lower series before i just jumped in and you know i want to do well and i want to win races on there so i think doing this year. Touring cars doing some Gt four experiences. I'm going to be potentially racing some open-wheel stuff this year as well Maybe some formula for maybe. We'll see you know so especially of we're gonna for sure be testing though so ideally. I can kind of transfer over to the road to indy side. Do you know maybe indy. Pro two thousand. Yeah and then. I think indycar indy lights and then indycar so i think hopefully in a three year progression i could get to indycar if i if i kinda do some testing and training this year and then transfer over to the indy ladder series. You know and then of course. I do love sports car racing. So i would love to be able to do some imsa stuff. Sro stuff as well gt racing. Let's kinda yeah and definitely definitely the end goal. I think i wanna hop over to the ladder the ladder in the next year or two. Well here's here's a question. You took a few years often. It actually may have benefited. You and i know we started the show ten years ago and when we did part of it was like you know. Let's and empower some of the amazing talented female and motorcycle females in motor sport. And and you know. I like to think that you know over the last ten years not just in general. The industry has changed. There's been a shift going on. And i almost think like you take three or four years off may have actually benefited you. Because i think the industry now in regards to women and and we shouldn't even be having this conversation. Yeah we shouldn't be having this conversation. But i feel like it's turned a corner now and i feel like you know women are looked at as equals and i think it's it's been a long time coming but i mean. Do you feel that way like when you first started out when you were twelve. Thirteen years old. You know you were probably oh. There's the girl on the racetrack. You know you were like the token girl doing out there. But i mean you feel like now when you're racing like you're treated just like the guys are which is a great thing that's the way it should be. Yeah exactly you know especially back in the people would always be like. Oh you definitely are the fastest girl on the track. Your the fastest growing in the track. And i'm like. I don't want to be the best girl on the truck. I might be the fastest driver on track and people always used to say that to me. And i think now like you said in twenty twenty one The time we're living in. I mean it's been a long time coming but women definitely are looked at more equals and people are becoming more aware those conversations so i think it is a really good place to be in In this point in my career. I think yeah. I'm definitely taken more seriously as a driver. And i also think you know A big thing. That was an issue. They always like. Oh look she's such a pretty girl she's such a pretty girl and now i feel when i'm out the track that's not always what people focus on they focus more. Oh she's actually quick. You know that's is very nice. It's always nice to be known for being fast right That's what i want. So you know obviously you got your first round in. What's what's the next couple of weeks. What's the next month. Look like for you what's What's.
"brewer" Discussed on Jim Beaver's Project Action
"I am going to jump into this interview with my good friend. Lindsay brewer like to welcome one of my guests to this show. This week Lindsey brewer who. I've been aware of for quite some time but stoked to have you on the show because you're finally back to the race and race cars so that's a good thing. Yeah thanks for having me. I'm so excited. I'm finally back ray saying it's been awesome. Yeah well we've got a lot to talk about. And i guess my first question this'll be my lead and then i kinda wanna go back to start how you got racing and we'll go to present day but you took a massive amount of time off in the right as your career is getting started. You went to college. You did the smart thing. I give you a lot of credit for that. You've got your backup plan. You go and you get a degree from san diego state university business degree but you know how was that because a lot of people you know. You're in your prime. You know just kind of people are starting to recognize you. You're winning these races. Then it's like boom. Let's pause things. Let's go to college. Let's do the right thing and now you've graduated. You're coming back to racing. I mean how hard was that to take that window of time off and now trying re- kickstart things you know. Yeah yeah it was definitely difficult You know. I started racing when i was twelve versed in high. School was really starting to win. Some ratio races the beginning of my college career and yeah. It was really difficult to kind of. Take that break but you know. My parents wanted me to do that. They know i loved racing but they always told me how important it was to get my college degree. So you know i. I was planning on racing and going to college but things just got a little too crazy. I wasn't able to You know getting sponsorship is the hardest part about racing. It's it takes a lot of money. So i wasn't able to attend races and get my face and name out there and in order to get sponsors because i don't come from a family background everything So i think the hardest part for me was just the fact that i was so busy in school. I wasn't able to get sponsors. It was definitely a challenge To take that break. But you know i feel like everything happens for a reason and i'm happy to be back now in this time of my life and yeah i'm ready to go so it's all good well during this time in college like we should mention like you. You're racer before any of the instagram or any of this happened right so you stop racing and i'm sure you how to social following before college but you go to college and then all of a sudden now coming out of college you've got two million social media followers so i think that's definitely benefitting you. Now with the sponsorship conversation. Because you. And i both know my personal racing career. I go into a meeting. You know they don't even it's not so much looking at your. They do look at your record. They look at how good you are but they wanna see that social media number first and foremost to know. Hey you know we're going to get substance out of this person whether they win or lose you know. And i think a lot of people kinda kinda forget now that the that actually factors into it. They're determined that on our lie. So i gotta think with you now. It's actually. I don't wanna say easy because it's not an easy business proposition. Yeah ship but maybe it cracks the door open just a little bit more. Because here's a so big now. Yeah definitely i like. I said everything happens for a reason so i i went into college with about ten thousand followers. Which is actually you know for a kid in high school. That was a lot especially back in two thousand fourteen. Two thousand fifteen. So i i did get that from my my racing and then it just exponentially blew up you know. I went to school at san diego state in a sorority where at the beach taking photos so i felt like Yeah i definitely grew my falling for you. Know the modeling. The bikini. All that stuff and it has helped. I've been able to amass a large falling. I i definitely agree. It has helped Catch the eye brands and catch the eye of sponsors. So that's definitely like you said very beneficial and you know the most difficult part i have to say would be that people have gotten to know me four that side of me and offer racing because i did take such large break and so then all of a sudden i started getting back into racing there. Who's poser pretending to be a race car driver like who's this random model like insta- model trying to you know be very star driver and i was always known you know back in high. School is being lindsey. Were the three driver not lindsey instagram model. So it kinda gets a little confusing there and i still do love modeling. I still love being in my bikini. So it's kind of a balanced there on my social media. I feel like. I definitely have to be a little more serious now and yeah so i'm i'm really excited. I think it definitely has helped having my social media following for all this well you know and when those questions come i mean i gotta thank you know. I'm an agent for some athletes. I see what happens. You know in one of them happens to be a female. And i see some of the stuff that comes across. Dm's and and you know an and friends and they like to me. It blows my mind like that men would send like this and women like they attack other women and it's like blows my mind but here but i gotta think like you. You've developed some thick skin. Because of it. You know and you brush it off but i i gotta feeling like they can attack you on certain things like whatever but they attack you as a race car driver on no exactly. That's that's a sacred cow. You'll call me out of my racing skills right. yeah exactly. I don't mind when people are. Oh like they critique my looks or whatever all that but when you attack you know racing and stuff like that. It does hit a little harder. But i have developed a very thick skin and i've always known i'm very good at that so i i always think i'm like any sane normal person would just never get on someone else's random instagram and comment things like that like no one. I know that normal would ever do that so i i don't really take it seriously. I'm like okay. You have to be a weirdo to be able to do that. They're struggling with things. But let's go back to the start. Because i wanna know like you. You'd said your family didn't come from racing You know so. This is kind of it was all new. How did you get bit by the racing bug at such a young age with your family. Not necessarily you know. Your dad wasn't a race car driver things like that like how. How did you get bit by the bug and get into this crazy..
"brewer" Discussed on Finding Mastery: Conversations with Michael Gervais
"Out judd's book. Maybe you want to check out the book that i wrote with head coach carol. It's called compete to create. And so maybe you enjoy both of those same time so with that. Let's jump right into this week's conversation with judd brewer. Judson how are you. i'm good it's It's great it's been too long in so I'm stoked to be here with the in congrats on your book. Congratulations thank you. Yeah okay so it's not surprising. The title of your book is no surprise. You knowing you knowing what you're been interested in for the last couple of decades Can you just talk a little bit about the title. What led you to that title and the quick flyover for like why. You wanted to berth. This book into the world. Yeah i'll be so all the credit for this idol goes to my wife who came up with the term unwinding anxiety and if anybody that reads it will actually see she She's got to yourself a us a scenario from per describing how she didn't even know she had anxiety until she could start to see it clearly in her family so the unwinding anxiety pete's comes from what anxiety ios like feel we wound up and that wound up quality of experience. Actually totally totally gets in the way for everything from helping. Are you making our thinking planning brain gloss line to making us focused on things that are not in our best interest. You know where we get caught up in. You know unhelpful habits stress eating and procrastinating even addictions because that women quality experiences do something in our survival brain is saying this is uncomfortable. Make it go away. So the title came from that in terms of being wound up but also came from a lot of the research. That might have been doing rounds. The experience of what. It's like to let go. We've studied experienced meditators. I've been meditating myself for a long time. And the simplest way to explain that dichotomy of wound up versus letting go is is kind of being caught up being wound up versus unwinding and so the unwinding piece is this journey that we all can take as we unwind whether it's anxiety or any other habit or any addiction or even being attached to abuse for example and so on the if we just stick with us for minute of for folks that are unfamiliar with a definition of anxiety. And i wanted to do this for a moment because we throw around the word anxiety a lot and we throw around the word anxious and worried and nervous. We like we throw around these words like almost like the same thing but anxiety has a little bit more gravitas to it then anxiousness. Let's say so when you talk about anxiety what is your working definition. I like the. There's actually a pretty good different dictionary. Definition which is a feeling of nervousness warrior unease about an imminent event or something with an uncertain outcome. And i particularly like because it describes this feeling the feeling of being wound up the feeling of being nervous. This is this This restless quality to experience and it also points to how anxiety can be this feeling and it can also a trigger the mental behavior of worrying. So we can be worried. We can feel worried and we also worry judd. You just snuck in mental behavior okay. You're not getting that. You're not getting that. Pass me okay. Mental behavior as opposed to mental activity. And so that sounds like a behaviorist. Okay so let's pull on that thread just a little bit. Because i think you're you're nodding your kind of eastern. You're giving a nod to either behaviors them or eastern thought in that in that threat. And i know you not to be a behaviorist okay. But but you're straight down the lane about habits and addiction and Forming new habits. And and and so if you look at you know at the buddha he was the story is the word on the street was that he became awakened when he was exploring something called dependent origination which turns out to be the first description of reinforcement learning. He and this was described before paper was even invented. We we wrote a scientific paper on this. I wrote this with a pali scholar. Showing how this is actually been described so the behaviorisms piece. The reinforcement learning was described way back in the buddhist time in the data description. Really encapsulates in kind of been rediscovered in modern day to reinforcement learning. And the not that. I give their whether it's to buddhism our behavior assume is that if you look at how much behavior is driven in a way. That's unhelpful habits. A form ninety five if not more percents of the problems that are formed in the world. The buddha described it as craving leading to separate. You know the behavior is describe it. As wanting to hold onto things that are pleasant we get cravings to hold onto those things and we also get urges to push away things. That are unpleasant of anxiety is unpleasant so we do something to make it. Go away so certainly a nod in both directions and it just depends on how far back historically wanna go is to where the non goes on like it. Okay so this back to your train of thought Is that mental behavior. The activity of your mind. The the stringing together of thoughts. You're saying that anxiety has a psychological component in a physiological component. And so are you agreeing with somatic and cognitive anxiety as a framework for a a sensitivity to the type of anxiety people can have i think but just defined that to make sure that we're talking about the same thing so cognitive anxiety would be excessive worry so anxiety feels like Constantly consumed with what could go wrong later. And my thoughts find themselves in an inner looping Play you know. 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"brewer" Discussed on TCEA's Ed Tech Club Podcast
"So if you think back to when you were in your kindergarten through twelfth grade education how many of your principals vice principals how many of your campus administrators can you really vividly remember. I can remember a few. I can remember the middle school principal. Who always started the announcements with a good morning. Best middle school. And of course i remember the ones who were friendly who i've got to see a lot for this or that reason being a part of a certain club or doing a certain activity or whatever and now some of you listening may be campus administrators yourself. And what you know that. I didn't back when i was in. School is how an administrator can have a holistic influence on not just a school community but the broader community of which the school is apart. What i'm saying is administrators have a vital role in affecting the lives of not just every student who come through the doors of your campus. Not just the staff and the teachers but also the broader community leadership is a topic we are focusing on at this year's twenty twenty one. Ta convention and exposition online this year. There's still time to sign up by the way and one of our featured focus. Thought leaders is hamish. Brewer is something of an expert on campus leadership and he's known for encouraging students to be relentless to make their voices heard and it's not just some person in a suit standing in the office telling you to make your voices heard. He's also famous for being heavily tattooed for skateboarding in for doing lots of other cool radical things that those principles i remember probably couldn't do but he also has a lot of insight on transforming student outcomes creating student success campus wide. That's why we invited him to our convention featured focus speaker. But because you're a member of the ed tech club we're gonna give you a little preview of principle brewers talk to borrow a phrase from principal. Wallis 'good morning at tech club and get ready for our discussion with hamish brewer talking about leadership talking about his path to success and what he's going to share at our convention. That's all coming up in this meeting of the edtech club and.
"brewer" Discussed on Real Estate Disruptors
"What do you do now? You take a lead from acquisitions business and you refer it. To the retail team because of their motivation and the requisition, why can't it go the other way? Right? Particularly, the larger portion of those people are going to call an agent, but they still want to to discount they just like the assumed credibility that comes along with listening when I'm going to sell it for one hundred, right If. That's the number I'm okay with it I know a in house needs some work and I want to sell quickly. So might have to be flexible in price if an agent tells me, that's what it's worth. It's more believable than than of Steve. Training or brewer tells me because you're an investor and your job is the by my house Jeanette. Well, I liked what you said earlier was that. Some of the problems you have where they need to talk to their son or their daughter. Because that. Is Not a regulated non-conventional it's non-conforming right. It's all. Works see he works at remax right? It's gotTA BE LEGIT DEAL AND I think there's a portion of that. That's that's legitimate. Right? That's a legitimate concern of a potential seller and I get it. So we can either fight about it. Right we can slug it out with agents and continue to fight but I told you what happened right. So we we're we're big on analytics authentic gives us a report and we were at like thirty percent of off market transactions over the course of one quarter and as I was talking to to crises dude, like that's a big number like you'd have thirty. I'm like, okay. So what are you trying to tell me? He's like. Don't plan on always being that. Yeah. That kinda sucks race on like. So I got thirty percent of of three hundred deals. Right and a quarter. But then he shows me this other batch of deals and I'm like. Well, what's this? What's what's this big number over here? Like who's got this market triggers Oh those are deals that sold at a discount on the MLS. So I'm like Whoa. Okay. Well, how many of those will twelve hundred? So on one quarter and our six counties, seven counties, I apologize it's one of the two I promise you. But. There was twelve hundred transactions. On the retail side at a discount now, maybe it wasn't you know a deep discount, but it was a discount by whatever measurement they use of their motivated. Yeah. And literally that person got six percent less in their pocket than they would've if they sold to me. So I said, well, there's twelve hundred transactions and I got just ten percent. Of that market share, it's equal to thirty percent of the smaller piece of Pie that I'm fighting for with every investor in the. World. Yeah So to me, that's that we developed a tool I presented at CG..
"brewer" Discussed on RPM45
"My wife got in touch with her and she went digging around and she found it and burn a CD. Or. DVD. Glad she did Dale I waited thirty two years to see the DAG thing. So I'm glad she did too. So it was pretty controversial obviously like you say, I, read that even the Aclu you guys to make a big deal out of it and make it all. Yeah. Yeah. All kinds of people wanted us to do this and do that. We're just got man it's just another song. You know as it was still a joke Song Tahmina and you we're we're always more about balanced peace love songs social. Well, that's course what to- social commentary comes into Focus Area we've always a lot of songs that social commentaries on. And I'm glad for that too because I gotTa tell Ya Mark. So many people over the years come into our shows and then signing autographs and stuff afterwards tell us that growing up in the heartland especially back in those days they felt totally. They just like strangers in a strange land know nobody around him their family or friends nobody felt the same way. They did about things until they heard our records and always thought, wow, I'm not alone after all and that's how we made a whole lot of our fans go to the grocery commentaries. I watched the video of your interview with that A bridge ninety. Point nine from. Casey. You dishonor hand heard before streets of America I thought that was incredibly great song. Oh. Yeah. I love that and certainly very relevant to everything that we're living with today certainly is I think of numerous I four solo CDs and UH. Either so many songs on that just are still so relevant, they could have been written today. In my opinion. I pry Gokhale Retro Man. Almost, the entire album wish inspired by the George W Bush administration be reading rainy pretty pretty. But you said something very interesting on that show which I've said myself, which is you know you had the problem with Nixon and yet you would like to have Nixon right now I take back in a heartbeat. That's how I feel too as much as I hate it probably take back at a heartbeat. Prices. In the White House, we didn't know how can we had? Did We? Know, but you know what? It was horrible at the time to you know Vietnam was raised. And we had a long long way to go for civil rises. Concern is still do. I just feel different to me this I. Hope and pray that. Maybe we're finally at a point where we're GONNA finally start changed shit. Also, it feels like it but we been let down before. Yes, we have. That's what I'm talking about back the Nixon administration and other administrations and everything you know Geez I thought after Martin Luther King's assassination things were Gonna change well, some things did but not nearly nearly that right? Exactly. So what do you think in terms of career and you know again, here's here's assigned you guys did is is kind of a large and it turned out to be a huge hit was emmy for your life. What is meant for your career? Personally? Well. It means that's what we're most known for, which is kind of unfortunate because Tommy I've made up budge irregulars written up by the songs and Brewer Shipley has always been way more than one over the. Though it categorize this, you know it helped is in some ways that you may just a couple of bucks for us. GotTa some notoriety. Some fame. But at the same time, it's held us back in other ways you know. It's been a mixed blessing. I don't have any regrets. I have no regrets at all about anything comment I've ever ever done together. So you were together in you did after one Tokyo did a ton touring right Oh. Gosh. Yeah. You know we already been on the run forever. From the folk days and then know reprinted time in la where we went on the road writing. Doing other things. The Dan, what you got back to the heartland. Yeah we're way we could earn a living. So we were just touring all the time and then went to hit and then we really started to a lot. And about nineteen eighty. we were fried. We were just toes were so sick of the road which could stand it and doing shows is wasn't fun anymore. We just both needed a break. I can understand that I I read that you open once for Black Sabbath. Did hit Chicago. Our. The only time are tied. Career were booed off the stage and did we got in the dressing promoter looked at his watch he said you guys didn't play. GonNa pay you if you don't go back out. Are you kidding me. They'RE GONNA they're gonNA hurt. So he made us everybody's GonNa pay as we had to go back out here we're coming back out of the stage you auditing. I. I ran into the micro, they're making his comeback. Don't throw any. Here more than you don't want to see. More soggy got. The Hill. After I got mixed up no week we did open for. Black. Sabbath for that was in Cleveland. The what I'm thinking about Chicago was humble pie. As We did twenty six cities and twenty six is opening for Jethro Tull. In Giants Stadium. That about this was crazy as we shared the stage of strange people if you go to our website. There's more information about Bruce Shipping than anybody ever probably want to know about many pages to click on it but there's a page of people we've shared the stage with its. We shouldn't have stated a lot of people over the past fifty, two years. I gotta say. So you guys got back together in one. Eighty seven or something like that. started. Doing shows here traveling the country again. Yeah, we'd already stopped working for record label got tired of being screwed and having them steeled money. So we decided form our own company and screw ourselves. And so did you get screwed by Buddha? As a matter of fact. Yes. Couple of years after the fact, Buddha didn't even exist anymore and was really a long involved story but anyway are four manager with good. Karma decided you have their books audited? And found out that yeah. We we've both been ripped off her about one hundred grand apiece. Really. But you know what the millions stolen from Gladys Knight and the Pips Kerr's Mayfield and other artists. made it feel a little bit better. We. Grew. Out of millions. It is amazing. How often this happens? Oh boy. So anyway, you bet you guys still playing together. Here, we decided to borrow and company we recorded two. Independent. CD What is entitled Shanghai was entitled heartland. And you can purchase those d'oro website for anybody who wants to check them out. You don't want maybe you did it to our website. The only one I know of that you can click on any album. We ever recorded including bootleg releases that we had nothing to do with and listen to free fidelity of leaves to be desired. But Hey, it's free because and my solo album to my solo. Album because they are albums and songs. Can only fully be purchased through mail order to my Po box right here in the ozarks that if anybody's interested I'm GonNa just blatantly. Plugged them in the absolutely with our website and they'll tell you how to do it. Like twenty five bucks includes shipping and handling and. With my Po box address and I'll just mail whatever you want to give the Po box addressed as long as we're here. sharers Po box one, five, zero power side P.. O. W. E. R. S. IT Missouri. Six, five,.
"brewer" Discussed on RPM45
"So we were back on the road, and while we were on that tour, we got a call from some friends in. Kansas City Club called the vanguard copy combat both at plays Solo. In fact, while we're still la, we flew back to one type over Christmas and new? Years. To play at our opening act was Steve Martin when he was still working at Disneyland. Can't good federal Jim Yeah. And anyway, France for can't city called and they felt the same way we did they were really wanting to be more involved in the music business and started production company, but they need somebody with a record. And we just happened to have grand albums so We moved to Kansas City and together with some friends started a company called good Karma productions. No contracts no nothing. Hey was the sixties. One thing led to another and we just started building a following that we got out of our record deal with him because he knows days if you didn't live in L. Eyars, Amer Cisco or Nashville or New York, the industry didn't think you were in the business, the live anywhere you want to focus in for part. But so we got work contracts and we ended up going to the east coast and had landed a deal with a and Kama. Sutra records because Neil bogart was the company at the time, and this is when FM radio was brand new. It was called round radio and you know you never heard somebody's hit single was all about. Cuts whatever and album because he was known as the bubble gum. Yummy Yummy I got my tummy. So he wanted us because we were definitely album artists and this either. So we ended up going back to San Francisco and recording are we out and that's how we started. With Buddha compensator we did five hours for them and he wanted you because you were album artists and then you have a huge hit. I'm sure he disappointed. No that was the next the next hour. If any about that? Because when we wrote one to go over the line, we didn't even take it seriously man. It was a joke song to us. We literally wrote this song to make our friends laugh and just entertaining ourselves when I at the Vanguard Coffee House we ought break before last set a friend came by with some really good Lebanese Hash and we stepped out back and came back in. We're shooting up trump says man I want to go rely just cracked up. One over the. Next day we got together about our. We had a song and we didn't even planned to record it but the first time we played Carnegie Hall. We opened for Melanie and we went over really well against several encores basically ran out of songs and so he said to ourselves. Well, let's do that new song the lose. So we did and everybody loved it and Neil Bogart was there and he came back and he's got a record. Album. which Kinda surprised us. So he's okay. So we did then you want to release it as a single. As a single could only be three minutes and ten seconds long and it was way longer than it had a third verse to. Remember being that long I played it no, we had to cut it down to three. Edited entire curse and in those days, it wasn't digital technology. We literally had to mark the master tape with Chalk and cut it with a razor blade and hope we got it right? Yes. I know did that cannot leading to. No stress there but you had a backup, right? You had to have a backup. no, it was the master team. That was it yeah. We had to rerecord it screwed. It was horrible. It was very tense but the engineer got it right and to this day when I listened to it here 'cause you know it bill this on built more because we had to edit out a whole thing. So when it comes to the edit everything, just kinda jumped ahead with a little bit more pungent volumes, cracks me up here today but I don't think anybody's ever notices. Long version on the album out the original recording never been out. Actually, it's on something. I. Just heard it not long ago. I can't remember what was on. I I don't even know there've been so many bootleg releases and other releases of our stuff I can't i. don't even know. I heard it really still had the it might have been a live recording of. When you it live, you played the full version. Well we used to but then we just started doing it like single because everyone was used to it. Yeah. Everyone was used to it. Yeah. Because I was thinking wasn't that long wasn't. Yeah. But. Anyway Yeah Neil decided to release it as a single and. Threw it out there. It went shooting up to charge and we were in big. With the Nixon Administration Oh. Yes. Of course, we made Nixon enemies list which we hold as a badge of honor to this day for sure is president agnew named US personally on national TV when night as subversive to American youth. Hilarious. I remember having a meeting with the at wls in Chicago they were. They were wanting to go ahead and play it get a lot of other stations you know 'cause was threatening radio stations with their with their licenses. MCC was threatening their licenses if they didn't censor. So called Drug Lyrics in rock and roll and us, it was the equivalent of burning books. It was ridiculous I. Mean Addict Dragon was on that list for God's sakes ridiculous. So anyway they said are you behind us and we play this which? Absolutely. So they started playing it and a whole lot of other people started playing it anyway, shooting the charge and thanks to a lot of people who liked it and requested it went on to be a big hit even though it was banned in the UK. Over there. Controversy over here wall you're just telling people over indulge right? Yeah. Except for Laura's wealth. That's right. Deputy have his classic. You know what it's. It's funny. You know. So I I I'm researching. Prepare for talking to you today and I heard about the Lord's Welford. And I look at it and just. Wait we didn't see it. We were in London at the time. But I. was watching it and my brother came walking by just time. They SORTA played it in my mother's going no no no. Off the. Thirty, two years later, my wife bless her heart five feet I had to do a got a copy of it and we put it on Youtube for the world to say thank you for that because I got a bit laugh and my wife got a big laugh out of it to. Refer to as a modern day spiritual. It was much made the sweet Jesus. Jesus. You know the do Dale and gale who saying it Dale is passed away couple of years ago we were playing can't of the name of the town now, not far from Philadelphia concert. Gail Farrell and her husband flew all the way from. Philly Andro to where we were just to come to our show and we went out to dinner with them and they were she. She's very nice sheet. Her husband were very, very nice and we asked her did did you have any ideas? She says you'll have to wait for the book she wouldn't even. Well, you know being into Brandon area to for thirty two years. Now I know the Lehman Brothers the kids of the Lennon sisters you know they grew up on the. Set and I asked them did you did anybody have a clue what they were saying about and he says, Oh, I guarantee you that saw the guys into band did. Nobody else they were the only ones who knew was Still cracks me up is how did she find it? I mean you know I've found. Again. There used to be a Lawrence welk theatre here. Sister had a show. This detail brandon is and the lady who was in charge of our all the archival Laurence welk show's lady in her eighties at.
"brewer" Discussed on RPM45
"Off and this is RPM forty five. So, if you're listening to top forty radio back in the spring of seventy one, then you no doubt are familiar with the song one Toke over the line by brewer and Shipley. But there's a lot more to the duo than that song will get into it today with Michael Brewer. But I've gotta say the story of one Toke itself is pretty great. Especially, the part about the boards woke version. Here's our talk with Michael Brewer. For numerous years I've lived. Out of Ranson. largest roadside oddity. Play there no, my Gosh Oh. Yeah. You don't seem like the type to play in Branson Missouri now I was here three days and the writing was on the wall. This town has had anything to do with the music business I've always been an. Today I would like to start out by just something that really amazed me about you which is that seems like a lot of people I talked to start young in music. But I read that you performed on radio at age four. That's true. So you got them all. I had kind of show his mom. In fact, she was a starlet in Hollywood back in the forties. Site whether she wanted to continue to have a career in the movies or move back to Oklahoma City and Mary. My Dad. Pledge Team made the choice she. She had be onstage. He was also a music teacher out of the home and so brothers and sisters I. We all grew up playing piano pretty much. Any instrument we showed interest in our parents made sure we had one. Yeah, there was music in our house every day it s she had me on the radio at four years old and various stages. and. Always. Made Music I think you got the record for my podcast I don't think anyone's going to be four your old thing. I don't either I doubt it. I have my first Solo. CDs Color. Retro. Man. Begins and ends with A. Old Seventy eight RPM, scratchy recording of me. And God bless America and you are such. Great but but eventually you moved onto the guitar. A. Yeah. Well, actually I was a singing drummer before that rock and roll band in high school. I was the perfect age where original rock and roll. And as a singing drummer in a rock and roll. Jesse Ed Davis was a guitar player and I graduated from high school together and I read the. Hit, the folk circuit like right on a high school. Before that even actually. Yeah. So I drove spoke music came along and. Saw Drums and got up Martin d eighteen and started learning some chords and. folksongs and I was fortunate that there is a folk rooms in Oklahoma City. And there's when folk music there was a whole circuit of clubs across the country. So I got to play the folk rooms and and open for a whole lot of artists who went on to be big of course at the time from the folk. Feel. So we're really big. And got to got to meet a lot of people and there was a clip called the Budai. I finally got good. There was a little club called. The web coffeehouse. Man named Penfield Cowen who was a curator of the Oklahoma State Museum type operated. And he live on stage at any time I wanted to and I finally got good enough to open for people at the Buddha high, which was the main club, and that's where I really got to eat a whole lot of people and if they like me connected story, there was a stool from the stage at the web really all I. Have it today came to me years ago. the Barriers of Janice Joplin Joan Baez Judy Collins Borough Alive Lives Theodore Raquel of sat on that stool. So on the occasion I do show I always take it along and said to remind myself where I come while that's. Faith by my prized possession I bet yeah. All those butts. L. Those. Plots. So you met your partner for the first time on the road somewhere. We met at A. Coffee House in Kent Ohio Call The blind now because Thomas from the Cleveland area. Made a whole lot of friends. There are still ranch this day. And Thomas a solo folk singer and I was a solo folksinger and we saw each other's pictures on dressing room walls and stuff we finally met. Became friends and I ended up L. A. before he did. And I was living on the street Fountain Avenue it was a really interesting neighborhood a lot of musicians rather when Tom came to tout about a year after I did. He rather quarter from. Moved into a place next door to Jim Messina who was a recording engineer the time how he's earning his living. But Anyway talk about interesting neighborhood Buffalo Springfield formed in the house next door to me. If. They weren't next door. They were hanging out at my place, our band and the Buffalo Springfield. The first shows we ever did we got to open for Berge went eight miles high was their current single. It's been an amazing scene in La. Really what but yeah, we were right there in the middle of it. No you were though I read writing off or am. Targeted Columbia Records Allen Stanton was leaving to go to a brand new label. Hey, and records, and he took under his wing Sam sign me as a staff songwriter. And then Tom came to town and as I say we were friends and everything. So he was hanging we were hanging out SORTA write some songs together and he became a staff songwriter for one of am and publishing companies. Also, we'd go to the studio and record demos on the songs for them to pitch to other artists And they were really good. We got some cuts but they didn't sound demos. They sounded like record. So said, well, why don't you guys record your own sauce? So we did our first album came about doubt annella screening. But you left. Yeah. That's why we named named our album down in La. We just it just really wasn't our deal. You know we we missed the heartland. We Miss Fresh air. We gotta remember to invest the time. We left the smog in La that let's our Oh, my God it was. Like Beijing or some place horrible and the whole Charlie Manson thing was going on the protests of the police were like the stop-go. And it was just we were just sick of the whole the whole thing there. So we decided to do it the hard way just about the time we down, we decided to leave. We had two gigs booked one in. Detroit as a matter of fact, and one in Tulsa. Oklahoma. And we got to toews and they canceled on us because we looked like hippies and we were seeing a song about peace and love and. Protesting the Vietnam War they refresh their clientele would beat us up. So we're we're kind of screwed. So anyway Tom went onto back to Ohio to hang out with his parents for awhile and I went back to Oklahoma, city hang out with my family. Longshore somewhere down allowed to get a phone call from somebody interested in. US wanted to know what to do. Some college shows in was causing. So I, called Tom. And censure. Absolutely. So I, flew to Cleveland. We hopped in his is oh, beat up whatever kind of car he had time made it about seventy miles in the engine blew up we had to call his dad. So we travel by grab bus all over the State of Wisconsin and we're lucky you know the the local student activity director would give us a Ri- onto the next school or something it was pretty bizarre but gave opportunity to hone hone down. Our songs and it's getting better because we'd hardly performed an all in La. You know it was like you know open mic night at the troubadour or or the Ice House in Pasadena or something like that. So there really wasn't a whole lot of performing we really missed performing..
"brewer" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"Brewer time it's Wednesday so for Arizona governor Mackey Gatos a political insider Jan brewer will join us I love governor brewer yep yep I know Lloyd she sends me the Kissy face emoji are you know watching the Graham I didn't how all right Lloyd you know can we just talk a little politics were there before your start getting all mushy maybe I'll promises okay we'll talk about the the new repeat the question I don't know if you know exactly who that is all played again can you repeat the question Robert Muller heard that a lot today Robert Muller in front of Congress on Capitol Hill and everybody's disappointed in them can you repeat the question did nobody turned his hearing aid on today I'm a lot of people there I understand that but their microphones now and I mean you know it's not that he couldn't hear maybe just needed a second to ponder the question he just looked preoccupied in almost every time when someone asked him a question you repeat the question and then that the you know the the blowhard politician up there would be like they just want to hear themselves they don't even know their mother like I can't believe got a report read redo the question you know I also I almost thought that was a tactic to run out the clock because each Congress person gets five minutes right so if you get the blowhard going for like a minute and a half and then they finally out of their face get a question for more now and if mower goes for minutes here how my gonna I'm going to get their new repeat the question and then they got to do it all over again that's less questions pretty good not bad I mean it's a pretty good strategy by molar he could maybe sainted for us all right so all right exactly all right so former Arizona governor Jan brewer at the top of the hour answer our questions yes I do she will not be easy since it to say will you repeat it because chicken here she can hear us okay let's say let's say you go to a restaurant let's see your valley restaurant right now and they say you know how they come out and they say here the specials you know if you can help a little bit fancy okay I mean all right here some special yeah yeah what if one of the specials was a dish that you really like any comes discounted but all you have to do to get that dish is is safe sender back what would I say backed meatballs made with beef today in case we offend any of our overly sensitive poor cater writes John can I sell on his Facebook page the post continues quota free side when you say send her back okay so you got a restaurant owner whose pandering to what the president said the other day correct it's a publicity stunt something both you and I did not like when the president said that right and I didn't like that it was chanted by the trump supporters right things very hurtful and and races to be on a sending but is entitled to say whatever they want is this old guy and he steals although that down now reporter who pulls.
"brewer" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show
"Oh, right. When hear me. Mike Brewer here from Wheeler dealers. Host of the show eighteenth season. I think we've got new season's coming up. We'll tell you all about that and met the motivator. The Andrea Hello. One of the good ones. Man. Take it gravel traveled the world with a good ones would have been nicer. Yeah. Wanted to good ones. Well, mixed the jury's on Mike I met my couple of weekends ago at Irvine. When I was doing my basic cable commentary up there with David sucker, and it was delightful and Mike August was describing there's there's a car guy. Here's big car guy. He's everyone knows him. And I said what's his name? I don't think the names, Mike. I know I don't know. He's just a show. It's huge. It's huge. I said, I don't know, Mike. I don't know. And then he said something I said, wait a minute, see British guy. And then I said, we lose the dealers it all my lead with information. Tell you that he's one of the good guys because we've done our shifted steer podcast many times who've done Sima we've done all sorts of events together. Thank you. And he's always he's always so much fun to have on those show. Thank you. Thank God Adams, watched all really awkward. I have and to great show. It's a great format. And again, it's going on eighteen years. I think nineteen when's it coming back. So we're back only March Aumont. Alright pro d- the network Kevin officially given us the Godi yet. But we've shots the next series in line ready to go out, and I'm currently working on the old som series. So we constantly make an show. But yeah, some very what are you out here? I know you're. Irvine a couple of weeks ago. But are you UK back and forth? Yes. So we dealers moved out to Los Angeles or Orange County. Should I say in teeth out fifteen it was a big move frisk because it meant maybe my family, and you know, the the crew that we might to make the show any people come really is the cameraman and sound guys at our British. We moved all over here to come and make the show. So it was a big commitment. It's it's it's it's weird that I. There's always found interesting about Brits is an obsession with speed. And we could. Yeah. But it's weird it in a weird way it flies. So we have a speed obsession in our session is like quarter-mile funny cars drags years. And and then salt flats and and weird kind of NASCAR and stuff like that. The Brits have a land water air speed obsession, they want the speed record on the water guys. Always die trying. I think famously the guy maybe Campbell. He was on the water Campbell. Yeah. Yeah. And then there was maybe have one or something guy was trying to set the air speed record just took after World War Two. Just took a Spitfire. Whatever happened just put into full dive his went fastest way to go. The fastest on airplanes. Just go straight down at full. Throttle and the thing just disintegrate. If you look at the Darwinism website, he's on the east. Yeah. Z removed himself from evolution by trying. Stupid stunned, but we always obsession with speed because it comes down to engineer. And if you think about a British engineer in after the first World War, you had all these guys engineers that designed tanks and designed planes and bombs and weapons and they've got all these skills. Again, east kills we can do some of them like race cars and and go faster the first race circuit..