23 Burst results for "Brian Jones"
"brian jones" Discussed on Milk Crates and Turntables. A Music Discussion Podcast
"Easy top. A multi instrumentalist instrument with a list of invention into. He giant moron. You are an idiot. Frank Zappa, that's why I was never afraid Zappa then never. So this is a controversial question. I will give you that. So Frank Zappa released a 109 albums. That's crazy. A 109 albums, only to be surpassed and the only reason why I didn't give this guy top billing was because you're moving into the digital era and whatnot. You know the artist buckethead yeah, he was, he played with guns and Guns N' Roses. I saw him play with coin. Yep. He has 302 releases to his name. Jesus. Album. 302. And then on the countryside. And he's made three $102 on all of them. I know. Say it's just like you remember, remember when the Blair witch project came out? Chris Rock said he was like, the Blair witch project cost $60,000. To make. He was like, I don't know, but somebody's walking around with $59,000 in their apartment. That's great. The host, the mastermind of music relish podcast. He says, did you know that Brian Jones played saxophone on The Beatles? You know my name, look up the number. That's pretty cool. That's pretty cool. This stuff is paying those a lot of obscure stuff to it. So let me finish. He's still a bot. We were talking about rock music. What about in the country genre? Who released the most albums on the countryside of the world? Glenn Campbell. No? Willie Nelson? Johnny Cash. I was gonna say Johnny Cash, but it seemed too obvious. Well, and it is a little bit bullshit in that. Johnny Cash has a 167 releases to his name. of them being compilation records. That's what I mean. It just seemed too obvious that he would be saying, most people might say. No, I'm serious. Most people say The Rolling Stones had more than most albums of The Beatles because they are the biggest bands, which what we're proving is not necessarily do you have to be the biggest fan to produce the most albums. Yeah, I think The Rolling Stones came in at like a lowly 29 albums.
"brian jones" Discussed on Milk Crates and Turntables. A Music Discussion Podcast
"Relationship which they don't really. They're not as friendly as people might think they are. Now is a lot of time to spend together. Look it's just like you. And i. I mean i know that you and farmer of history but the way that i describe your in my relationship is that we've known each other for almost forty five years verge of never speaking to one another from forty five years. I say this because this this this bitch a neither allen berg fucking thorn in that group seidman she is. I mean okay. So anita calemburg the mother of three of keith richards. Kids beautiful woman back in day. Yeah yeah in the mistress of three members from the rolling stones. I you had an affair with brian jones and they say when she dumped him that was the beginning of his end. He never recovered. He was devastated when she well remember she. She was with brian before keith. She had an affair with brian. jones while sa- so. She had an affair. Brian jones then keith. Richards and finally mick jagger right and keith richards kind of admitted that the thing between those two Between jagger and her during the filming of the movie performance and he's a his word says forever tarnish the relationship between us fucking jaga was a dog insecure insecure and a dog. They say that he had Proudly say though four thousand women four thousand partners this is put it that way. Four thousand partners over his time. And let's see i. I got a little list of who who he was supposedly with whereas it so they say Mick jagger had fair with the early he was worth about. Four thousand women including madonna. Uma thurman princess margaret angelina. Jolie and david bowie i. I'm not sure. I believe a lot of those. Well i mean what what the hell do i know. But you know it's i'll tell you getting back to anita i mean he could have had any woman that he wanted in a fucked over one of his friends. That's bad guitar. Play you songwriting partner. That's bad man. Yeah so his his image kinda get tarnished when you look at that although he is sir mick jagger also Had we we talked about this. Oh by the way. This is episode. Twenty five wow twenty. Five episodes party seems fifty. Oh jeez who Okay i'll edit that out. I'll just edit that whole thing. We'll we'll move on so that that on that so the lips the lips right their logo the hindu goddess kali inspired the logo the represents the rolling stones the goddess kali symbolizes and emancipation and destruction of evil as is the goddess of eternal energy. That drawing of the mythical tongue is known as hot lips has become the emblem of rock and roll else became the symbol of peace and love before the hippies in the seventies came up with their peace symbol designer. John pash pass shea grew in nineteen seventy yet for a modest sum of fifty pounds. Which one hundred bucks hundred ten bucks depends with. The exchange rate was at that time. Seven hundred seventy two hundred dollars. Whatever it was. Yeah yeah so. What i think we had talked about it on one episode that some people thought just because andy warhol came up with the design of sticky fingers the album that he also designed the tongue which is a lot of even even though even though You know Collie was supposed to be the inspiration for the the tongue and lips. He kind of admitted that jaguars really the inspiration for his dry fits. Yeah of course. Of course you when they first started using it. Hold on this. This might be the thing that leads to the confusion. Hold on so they started using it on was it. was it sticky fingers. It was sticky fingers. Yeah because i was thinking of the fun like i. I didn't see the logo on it. Yeah sticky fingers so there you go with the at the same time as the album. Andy warhol. Yeah that's a good point in and sticky fingers you know the the he designed that andy warhol any warhol in his his group from the factory they made the design of that record in it actually had the workings zipper at one point. They wanted to put a balloon in there but it was too expensive to to get that done in pretty soon after when they started to do reprints of the record. They actually got rid of the real zebra. You know why zip was ruining album covers. It was winning the album. That's right because they were all coming in these boxes and they're all pressed together. Yes and so on the back of some albums was that indent from this was behind it. That is exactly right. Yeah yeah that's the you know again. What's your favorite stones album exile on main street. I think we talked about this too. Yeah yeah sure we. I'm tossed up between sticky fingers and And actually Some girls i. That's maybe that's a good. I mean every song on that is great but that actually leads me into something. What's the song on some girls. I was driving one night. Only far away is so the story behind far away is keith. Richards had gotten gotten in trouble in canada. I think he for drugs and this blind girl kinda. He befriended her so she kinda got him she. He got off but he never forgot her. She kinda got him straight for a little while and he he wrote the song about her faraway is me. She's blind so he wrote that about a blind girl. I'm not. I know the story. I don't want to do it on the podcast and kill it. I'll i'll i'll i'll dig it up again but that's the gist of it. It was about it was a real about a real girl. So the when they were going through their country spell with dead.
"brian jones" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology
"The stone riders on the stall and a little part of me is thinking that maybe he did go to paris just to get away from all of this as much as anything else. While some charges went away it was the other things that happened in the the stuff involving the faa in federal charges. That weren't going away. That really were hanging over him. Maybe that mattered a little bit in the move that he made. I'm not giving. Jim morrison a pass for his behavior on the flight. Or anything like that. Because i was totally unacceptable completely unacceptable and wrong then now and everywhere in between as a role on the same page. Yeah there's no way that we would be supporting that but at the same time. I don't have a problem with dude whipping his dick out on stage while he's performing now if you were to rub one out. I think that's a big problem but again. If you pay rigi allen show you know what you're getting if jim morrison singing and his penis happens to fall out of his trousers big deal. I think that Things are different. Now there's they are always changing different now than they were then and if you look at it they were trying to get something they could string him up by his genitals with and they found that the bigger stick was the federal charges of what happened on the plane. If you want to avoid these situations in life then as now don't do stupid shit on airplanes end of story and of the discussion and really maybe to some degree. So we kind of wrap up of the discussion about whether morrison left because the pressure. I'm sure that the pressure was pretty intense. Look at the legal problems he had. And i think he was smart enough to know that the federal charges were a hell of a lot worse than the miami dade county charges or the The new haven charges. Because those were local authorities versus flying on a flight from la to phoenix. I'm betting wing you found the fbi file. You thought this'll be anything to read and learn about not knowing that we'd be sitting here on the whole thing apart just taken apart this at the i. File is very revealing about what we were doing with our government and artists that were over or on the edge back then the same way or similarly to what was going on in uk and that may be the biggest thing that i take away from all of this also the fact that they were very on top of what was going on in quote unquote counter culture as they called it. So i'm sure the amount of f. b. i. files from that time on musicians artists and people who spoke against the system are rather large. And i'm sure that if you alive during that time and had an arrest record or did anything of that nature in your youth during that time. You might have a page or two in the fbi. Archives stopped at. Don't tell anybody. I i'm not doing anybody about your lips. Lift out what it comes down to is some of the things marcus that we've suspected for a while That he maybe didn't even intend on coming back and doing anything in the future with the doors or anything else in other words. Some of these things that we've kicked around when you're not on the podcast kicking around there may be some validity to some of those claims or thoughts and learned a lot about behind the scenes. How powerful people will try to make things happen. That are on a personal purely personal. Not even a political agenda. You wanna play politics. That's one thing but when you take something like this and some of the words that were exchanged or offensive to me as an american. I agree with you on that and i don't understand why the government went after people like this so hard well really nasty. Words came from that one guy that broadcast guy. That's true is what's important similar to what i think. Our mission was when we set out on the brian jones project so Another unusual circumstance in a different kind of an episode. And hey look folks. We missed something. We know it so tell us what. It is at Imbalance history at g mail dot com the best way to email us where you can find us on social media to We're on facebook. I know i post stuff on there. You've got instagram covered. Really well and we also have twitter at imbalanced history stuff. I don't think we're ever getting one. Just say no we would have gotten it by now so fish come on jack. Get with the program all right. That's gonna do it for art. Dig into jim. Morrison's fbi file. Hope you learn something. We sure did from the dark dax studios signing off. I'm re kube on marcus. Goldman this is the imbalance history of rock and roll. You've got the latest. Jim queued up. The sound system cranked. 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Playing Jazz With Charlie Watts, on Nights off From the Rolling Stones
"The rolling stones have often been described as the greatest rock and roll band in the history of rock and roll. We're talking over years about mick jagger. Brian jones keith. Richards bill wyman mick taylor and ronnie wood and the drummer charlie watts who was described in a recent new york times headline as the serene drummer who kept the stones rolling. That times article went on to say that while mr richards guitar. Riff defined the band's most famous single satisfaction. Mr watts drum pattern was just as essential. And that he charlie watts was quote relentless on painted black and supple on ruby tuesday and the master of funky groove on honky. Tonk woman not surprising since jazz was his. I love indeed stones guitarist. Keith richards road. The charlie watts has always been the bed that i lie on musically music including songs lyrics and performance. They are a powerful form of free speech protected by the first amendment and the rolling stones have helped us celebrate that freedom. Their drummer charlie. Watts gave us the satisfaction of music. That sustained us. He died in late august at the age of eighty
"brian jones" Discussed on Animal Radio
"And it's i think it has a lot of potential but i found out later that her name is sheila. So i'm not i mean. These hallucinations have a benefit if they're taken seriously and with the right openness but you know there's a lot of resistance to it but i didn't really want to bring that up but but i wanted to say that I've had people send me things with their pets. That are dying and things. And i've had a lot of people thanked me deeply sure things. I've been able to relay absolutely and this is just one part of the spectrum. I don't really record animals a lot. Because i've heard hundreds and hundreds of things that Like i said. I don't i i if i knocked on a lot of doors and if i could if i could find serious minded people that would like to collaborate where we could actually put it to use that mattered. It'd be worth the time effort. Think i listen. I'll tell you one other thing. I was walking down a street. One time purposely on a break from the sort of thing because of some of the factors. I mentioned i thought i heard a man yelling from inside a house. No one else on the street. I go back and it's this big old english massive with a deep booming voice in a big huge head. He's looking at me going. Br we're looking me right in the eyes and he could tell he needed to tell me something i i was calling him bows are just off the top of my head. I said listen. I'm gonna come and record you. But i'm taking a break right now. I finally went back recorded in for one minute. I went and listened to the digital recording of him. And sure enough. I knew there are some heavy stuff on his heart. I heard him say death is near makes me tense and the other phrase in just a few seconds was bless you for talking. Let me play amigo here. In what is he. Go saying here. Well what i perceived in what. I just explained. Validating a woman's name coming out of what i hear of it is. Where's sheila if you're playing the first one i think okay here. It is sure. I hear that in there. What did you do too. I mean it's obviously been manipulated. Well both of those those three speeds but both of those that both the pavlov's that they're both dual direction in other words. Where where that phrase. If you know as i hear and like i said keep in mind lets. The people seem to gloss over this. I've run this by so many people and they say you know you're just telling me what to here. I found out later. The lady's name sheila. But i've been told that one's fairly audible for people to here. I can't tell which ones others can hear and cannot because i hear a lot. A lot of its validate validated by facts. After after the recorder. This amigo to this one's a lot tougher to here. And there's a puppy in there. But what i hear of it and it and this may sound like an ego trip on my part but i really do hear this. I hear you are my hero in the in. The puppy chimes in at the end. Okay here it. is you interesting stuff. Bryan people wanna visit your website. Learn more and perhaps use your services. Listen i want. Yeah it's audio medium dot com and want to want to say is. I'm not doing this profession it's too it's too frustrating and all that but i will would serious minds and i mean serious minds wanna know. I'm not looking for a penny. I'm looking for collaboration. Because i know how important is can be and there's a lot to it but i'm people are welcome to get a hold of me through the email on the on the main page where the a picture my cat scroll down says contact and big blue letters who welcomed email me and i'd like i said i sincerely would like to take this further. I'm not wanting to waste time. So it's got to be serious minded person or or organization. Whatever it is. Thank you so much for spending time with us today. We truly appreciate it. Thank you very much. Oh i've just been handed a note here. Apparently if you play the show backwards at a very slow speed. You'll get a message about a message for your animals. I've taped it. And i'm gonna play it backwards there. You know nobody now okay. Let's get on outta here. I'm ready needs your fixed during the week head on over to animal radio dot pets or download. The animal radio app iphone android and blackberry. We'll see you next week. My by great great..
"brian jones" Discussed on Animal Radio
"No stranger to animal radio. brian jones. He's an audiologist. I guess is what you would see what. What is your official title bryan. I don't think i have one. But i i've just. I've dabbled in a lot of things that i ended up calling audio psychic signals of nikic. I basically use audio recordings to capture information that translates through mysterious ways and found out a long time ago. Somebody sent me an audio recording of a dog. And i don't think there are talking in words but it comes out and words and it's captured by audio recordings so let me get this straight just because i'm not sure i'm following you here but these these or sounds let me say sounds really that dogs are making our english words. And they're trying to tell us something. I is that yeah yes. Yes and the first sample that i ever heard was years ago when i first got into this audio phenomena back in nineteen ninety seven a man sent me a it schnauzer dog and it was. It was making growling. Sounds and as it was keeping the ball away from him and the phrase was you can't have the little ball that came out of his growling sounds and i said man what is that. And he says. I don't know but it's there and you could audibly hair it regular speed or or yes yes well look look al gotta say With audio equipment we have digital and i still use magnetic tape for a lot of of what i i. Call them audio psychic signals. I reach out to. I can capture phrases coming out of who knows where not just animals voice energies but but i play 'em forwards and backwards and if i could play them sideways i would but but it because it's to me. It's all about getting as much information as i can. And i don't know if you were able to listen to this two samples i sent in there. I i think a couple of those. I've gotten a lot of feedback that they're pretty pretty clear for some people to hear at least most of them and especially the ones on the dog was named pavlov. I mean it'd be. It'd be foolish not to listen to them and old russian i i do have. It reminds me when i was a kid. We would take stairway to heaven on vinyl and we would play backwards on. Is anybody remember that. Yes well you know. Listen i'll tell you something about that. Is that it's actually. It's a naturally occurring thing and the human voice in robert plant at the tail end of stairway to heaven he says and she's buying a stairway to heaven. David oates the researcher in australia. Reverse speech guy which is kind of the gateway drug for me to get into this stuff. He points out in the tail end of that song and i know this is naturally occurring. Robert plant sings out backwards out of that tail end of that song. Play backwards here words sung. I don't know what it all means. But i'm not trying to pin it down or put it in a box but i do know this much. I've had people send me animal files. And i can pull information out and a lot of times it's really. It's important that the animals want to be heard. And i can. I can bring it out and and relate and a lot of times. People can hear what i hear too. Okay so i have a couple of cats at you. Sent me one is the pavlov cut. Okay what that is is. That's right when i walked up to her. I didn't know her name at the time. These were new neighbors. But i saw the dog was very high energy. And i purposely psych myself up when over there with my digital panasonic recorder and i walked up to her and i said i made a weird sound and i kinda pointed out that did and i went up it. I think i said you've got a lot of energy don't you. She was bouncing around. And if you play that. I do believe it's pretty clear message. Where her voice changes. Here's cut number one of pavlov. Komo what am i supposed to be hearing there. Well i know what i hear clearly. Is they always sail. Away is how. I've always heard it. Let me hear that one. More time i can hear atty say that i can hear it. Okay and what's Cut number two of the pablo. This is the same. But you know what i'm getting the the signal here that we gotta take a break and so i'll play that right as soon as we come back from the break we're going to find out what pablo save up next year. Animal radio cigarettes all of us here at fido friendly magazine can't wait to get on the road again with our favorite fido. We know that it's just not a vacation without our furry companions by our side start daydreaming now and visit fido friendly dot com to scout out places near and far so you will be ready for your next adventure. Wants it safe to travel. That's fido friendly dot com until then stay safe and leave no dog behind. You're listening to animal radio if you missed. Any part of today's show visit us at animal. Radio dot com or download. The animal radio app for iphone and android. It is animal radio. We are with brian jones. Wasn't there a brian jones in the the rolling stones. One of those not the same same one. I don't actually think that one that was in the rolling stones. It's alive anymore but this one very much alive. Brian tapes animals and other things he tapes animals and he plays. There're sounds backwards and forwards and in different beads and finds out what they're saying. He's sort of an audio psychic is what he calls himself and we're playing with pablo off here. We we played one cut before the break. I have cut number two right here. What what are we listening for. Well i think once again she's referring to they and and i'll tell you a secret. I think that is what might played three times. And then a second set of three times because she was off in the distance. And i had to bring the volume up but what i hear of. It is the You ought to know their away. Okay here it is. I gotta ask this this What they're saying is it come to you immediately or does it take well drinks or no i gotta say i am nothing that one. You didn't hear anything now. Okay well then albeit honest with you. Yeah i've done a lot of drinking to deal with the frustration of of this thing and you know life in general but but yeah i can still i still have pretty good sensitivity even after a few beers but but as far as it goes with amigo i heard i asked the dog what was bothering him. And i documented him saying this is before. I knew who even lived in the house. I heard the dog say. Where's sheila found. I found out later. That the woman that he belongs to or did because he's deceased. Now her name is sheila. When i played that for because i told her about i met her a couple of days later. She pulled in said. Hey yeah Did i told her about the dog. 'cause i i was pretty impressed with that then. She tells me her name sheila. She got a little spooked. I thought it was. I witnessed enough by then and she heard that sound file. That woman would not even make eye contact for three years. This is very real..
"brian jones" Discussed on Animal Radio
"You're listening to animal radio. Call the dream team now with a free animal radio app for iphone and android edible radio celebrating the connection with our pets. And if you haven't been over to the radio website at animal radio dot pets lately. It now has animal. Radio highlights little yummy bite size pieces of animal radio. The good parts the best of angle without all the fluff no fluff no fluff. No me yapping away. Yeah well you do like the okay. Then you can listen to the regular old show for those that don't want the one and get to the meat of the show right away head on over to animal radio dot pet and select animal radio highlights. It's also on i tunes and your favorite platform smell bulldog for in here. Can you tell the difference between a bulldog and pit bull far For you just know they're farts. Yeah because each one's smells has their own smell right. It's funny yeah. There's a picture of dali right in front of me and hers. Used to smell like basement farts. Must yeah see. I can't tell the difference between my cap farts and my dog farts. But i don't take my cat farts as much as my dog does. Oh i would just want to point out is the ladies that are talking about. This guy's the studio we're talking. How boy let's go to the phones. I understand we have carol on the line. Herald earl high herald. I mixed up herald and carol there. There seems to be a very significant difference in this case herald. Where are you calling from today today. In connecticut. On with dr debbie. How are you dr. debbie and this will make a big difference with the question for and harold b. peril. I just went in and had my protecting me done. And it's always adopt puppies and always authored. Why is that we cast. Really dogs and remove the testicles said of just doing a sector me and leaving hormone producing organs. Very good question harold. Do you have a dog of your own. Yes i do okay. And he's he neutered. Oh oh yeah absolutely okay and what. Kind of dog easy puppy. All righty the reason we do that in dogs is because we want to minimize the effects of the testosterone the bad effects and that namely being that we'll see dogs with a high testosterone levels that aren't castrated may have more problems with aggression where they may start. More fights may not be as sued into the hierarchy of the dog in the household family situation. So we want to try to minimize those effects of testosterone so if we just to have the sect amee that just kind of makes them not have babies so we wanna make sure we still address that hormone problem and also there are some other very important things that by when we avoid the testosterone will remove that source it has a lotta health benefits to and for a dog. If they're not neutered those testosterone levels stay up high and they can create some problems with the prostate gland and this is kind of weird parallels with men come into play because as men get older they have a benign prostate hyperplasia. And that's kind of fed by the testosterone with dogs. They can get that same thing but we can actually prevent that by neutering them and for the most part they don't complain about it. I'd say more male owners complaining about that Than the pets actually do. What do you think about that harold. Thanks i'm glad. I went to see my doctor said to my best. You good idea. We have a different Pragmatic look out on For the veterinary concerns within the animal concerns. Because we're it's really more than population control. We wanna address. What what's gonna be important to make the pet a healthy happy family member. We don't want to throw other things in the mix might make that difficult for them to be acclimated pat. You're listening to animal radio. Call the dream team now with a free animal radio app for iphone and android able to in ogden utah. A police dog left on a pickup truck with the engine. Running knocked the truck into gear and ran down a woman who was walking to her mailbox. The victim forty-one-year-old. Mary stone suffered a fractured pelvis. Tailbone the police dog a german shepherd named ranger was left in the truck while his handler responded to a domestic disturbance call. Lieutenant lowering draper said he left ranger with the truck running so he could have some air conditioning but ranger somehow knocked the automatic transmission into drive and ran into stone before hitting a car in her driveway. Stone was expected to be released from the hospital after a few days in rangers expected the. Stay out of the driver's seat from now on. I'm.
"brian jones" Discussed on Animal Radio
"Me awake. So i had to do was shut those bedroom doors. Hand put earplugs in because a hollerin began But that was how. I had to establish that i need to sleep pattern. That is important to me. I love my kids but they couldn't disrupt that sleep. How long did you do that before. They respected that. How they respected that you know i would say a month to couple months but there are some ways that we can help help that process and the one thing that i would definitely recommend if if you're doing this process of getting them to establish a not coming the bedroom i like to give them something to do and at three o'clock four o'clock in the morning. Whatever the witching hour is for your kitty. I would get an automatic cat. Feeder set up preferably at another area of the house far away from the bedroom and set that up with dry food or treat dispenser so that when that time comes there's food that is released that she has it she wants to get up and stir it. You want something. She's you know when she doesn't now when i'm home by myself and my husband is gone. She very rarely wakes me up because when she wakes me up i pick her up. I shove her out the door. And i locked it here. She knows. that's what i'm gonna do. greg is home. He said he get up and he might sit on the couch or he'll go. Stir her food ever. So i'd say the parenting skills we have to get ingrained in agreement on can't has your number there and you know what we we suffer the same thing here we. We have judy's looking at me. Like i would do something like i would never do anything like that. I would never let the cat out get up or play up every morning around four cloth so and and you can get some of these patterns turned around and if you do normally leave food out at all times of the day then i would encourage you to take that up and just leave the only food access. The one that opens at that timer at four. Am so if she has food out elsewhere. It's not a big deal that this other automatic timer is going off in that it's becoming available so you have to take away the food at the other times of the evening so so it might ruin your sleep at midnight or ten o'clock at for him. I would love to send you some world's best cat litter if you hold on for one second we'll get your address and we'll send you a bag of it and you try it out. See if your cat likes. Hi gerry how're you doing. Are you very good. Where are you calling from today virginia. What city in charleston are you listening on w. s. c. w. Yes listen i you guys i love you out there. Thank you so much. I love your southern draw. That i just get so tickled with southern drawl. But i know you're calling about turtles right what's going on. Well my daughter got this little turtle. It was not bigger than it was a little bit bigger than a quarter when she first got it. Okay but we've had it for like five years now and it's now probably about the size of a child baseball mitts truly grand and the problem is my daughter has gotten a back problem where she's having a hard time getting this huge tank. That has been claimed. Okay okay and what i wanted to know. If there's any way that it can be released without. I mean i i mean we'll keep it and figure out something but i what i wanted to know if they can be released safely You know okay with us for a long time. sure now. the thing i'll tell is the readier slider well. It is found out in the wild and in much of the country it increasing become what we call an invasive species so people take their pets sliders and they get to a point where they can't manage them and they release them into the wild and they actually can be a huge problem. Impacting other wildlife whether it be planned or fish species species or other animals competing for the same food source so we we really don't recommend that and not only that but there's also diseases we can introduce that might president captivity that we can bring to those wild turtles so i don't recommend that what i would say is if it's no longer possible to keep this turtle in your house You know i would certainly look into adopting it There are yeah and you can actually check with your if you check for local herp illogical societies. there's a lot of these believe it or not. There's a lot of reptile lover groups out there. We have about in my vegas area and you can get some good direction from those individuals who might people to take the turtle Or adopted So you know they have special needs. So what about okay in this big aquarium. But what can they can. They be put in Like a todd or something. That's not as heavy or do they. Just i mean. I didn't know if that kind of plastic would hurt the turtle or you know you said in a tote at tot- like you know like a big showed a big plastic tote and it would have more in which i can they get out i mean are they. They're not all water are they. I mean they don't have to be in the water all the time. do they. Not all the time but they do. You need a good amount of water to swim to feed in to slowly alone and also they'll have to have some area to get out and dry out at times. So i i find that. Aquariums are the safest way to do that. Because we often the plastics. Don't hold up well. Also the height of that does matter because these guys can climb out of their enclosure. So you wanna make sure you have A proper fitting lid with a screen top recount. Forget that in captivity we have to meet nature's creation so we have to provide uv light as well as a heat source in plastic is not going to survive really well with that. So your glass. Enclosures are going to be the best way you can do that. in contain the water and the soiling and all of that so the group her what do you call the her. I would just say her to logical society so if you look under like her fanciers and basically means Folks that you know. Enjoy reptiles of all different sorts. Okay well we love to to that. I mean tony is getting worse. He can't you know it's hard for clean the tank and stuff so but anyway. I sure appreciate your help. Okay good luck with that. Graham beloved will thank you so much for listening there in charleston west virginia. We appreciate that jerry callback if you have any further questions. It's funny that she called because this week we've had a kind of my hospital. We've had a rash of turtles and tortoises really being injured chewed on dog being run over by cars in the driveway. Things like that. So i if you do take on one of these pets you have to be aware of their environmental needs and really make sure you have a safe live alone. Taunton they do and sliders can live up to thirty or forty years and they can get quite sizable you know up to twenty centimeters so they can get pretty darn big and they can be a bit aggressive too so really nokia aggressive Just meaning. I have one that comes in..
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"It can help with nausea from a lot of Thing on the internet a on when you look it up. It says oh. My cat died within three days after the bake that many really terabyte information or not perhaps in some situations but the problem is when we use medications with unknown health conditions. So in your situation you have a cat. That's not eaten seven days. She's gonna die. I can tell you that. I'm not meaning to scare you what you need to do. Something more serena maybe something that might help her. Feel better but I fear that bad things are going to happen. Whether you use the serena or not because we need to figure out what's going four pill correct. Yeah so that's all we use that for. It's just initially. There's long term strategies. We can use but i guess my point is robert is We have to figure out what's wrong with your cat and it isn't so much as i can recommend a lot of medication for a cat. That's eating something. That's maintaining body weight taking in their nutrition. But if your cats night eating anything We don't have the opportunity to play around here. And i can't tell you you know the typical things that i use for a cat. That's not eating well which might be things like de worming Be vitamin treatment. An antibiotic course of therapy. There's things that we can use. Blower cat is not a candidate for that so. I hope i'm impressing on you the urgency that you need to do something and work more diligently with your ear and try to get the answers here so i hope not talking to tough for you but you know i. I'm an advocate for animals. And you're saying with those symptoms of not eating something really bad going on and we need to figure that out. Well thank you very much. The set you wanted vitamin b. Twelve for me today Okay yeah and that is usually given an injection form on a weekly basis. There's also a Oral form but again. If you're keys not eating. An oral form may be a hard pill to swallow if you will because You know it does require a key to have a fairly decent appetite to eat something. I wish you well robert. And i hope everything turns out okay but you know I would say please please say ask veterinarian. What do i need to do to figure out. Or what do you need to your doctor to figure this out so that we can get in the right course of action here okay. I met the mercy of the bet. I'm going here will. Maybe maybe not vantage not giving you the answers you need. I'm gonna. I'm gonna say you're never at the mercy of your veterinarian. You our approach second opinion. That's why i called you right. And i'm telling you either. Go back to your vet and say hey. I want to find the answers or find another. But there's nobody that's going to be able to look at your cat. Fixed the not eating without getting into the nitty gritty. So this is where working with. Your veterinarian is teamwork approach and there are new victims that are pet owners in my office. Because it's something we work cooperatively we have maybe finances we work with or certain family situations. We work with always. It should be you in a veterinarian working together to find the answers. What's the best for your pets care. So i hope you find that in a nicer legal cookie gets back here. So thank you for your call your radio. Your dog loves meat. That's why they'll love the new line of red baron dry dog food. The first five ingredients in each red barn recipe are meat fish or poultry sure to satisfy your dogs carnivore cravings. The added functional ingredients. Make red barn. Dry dog foods the perfectly balanced meal for your best friend available and land ocean and sky recipes. Your dog loves meat. We love your dog. Hit two red barn dot com to use the promo all animal radio for ten percent off your first bag Celebrating the connection with our pets this animal radio featuring veterinarian. Dr debbie white groomer joy villani news director. Lorie brooks and now from the red barn studios here are your hosts. Howell abrahams and judy francis. What would your pet say to you. If they could talk to you in english. What would they would. You even want to hear what they have to say to you. In english i got enough people. You do you want to know what they're saying. I mean that's fine would. Yeah okay dr debbie. Would you want to know what your animals or i guess. You're in a kind of a doctor situation to be kind of nice. If the animals came in smoking told you that you know. I'll take it at the office. I would definitely appreciate the insight. But at home i already get that kind of like teenager. Stare from boss. It's like a kind of like mom. Think that i would really wanna know what he's thinking or wanting to say to me i'm with you for the exact same reasons i'm fearful. I would get rejected by my animals. I'm just gonna assume that they like me right now but coming up before the end of the show within this next hour. We're gonna talk to brian jones. He is no stranger to animal radio. He came on last time at least and he had a bunch of recordings and he. He said that these recordings of certain animals sounded like certain english phrases that they're trying to tell us something. Yeah he thinks well he's an animal. He's an audio psychic so he thinks that I'm not. I'm not gonna cast any delusions right now kathy. Persians on this. I'm just going to let you decide for yourself whether or not our animals can talk to us in english. And that's coming up before the end of the hour right here on animal radio we're going to go to the phones in just a second and don't forget the animal radio app for iphone android and blackberry. It's free you can ask your questions right from the app and you can also get recall notifications as soon as they happen. It's a free download. Download it now. Dr w want to go to war. Which line do you want to want to go to the number two. Okay greg sheila greg sheila sheila sheila she loves larry doing today. I'm doing great thank you. Where are you calling from oklahoma oklahoma. Okay you're on with dr debbie. Well welcome to the show. Sheila what can we do for you. Today i ask. My husband has a cat and adult cat that we acquired about two years ago and she sleeps on the end of the bed at night but about four o'clock every morning. She decides that she wants to wake up but she wants everybody to wake up. He will jump up and down from the floor to the end of the bed. Pouncing hard harder harder continuously until you get up with her. She does not want you to holder. She's not wanting you to pet her. She's not wanting you to feed her she. Just what does she want. She wants you to get up with her laughing at you. We're lasted view. A- as cat owners. I think many of us have been through this and i can tell you i struggled with it with my own kitties and the challenge is says when you get up and you anything. You're rewarding that desire our interaction so no matter what you do. You're actually saying okay. You got me up and here we are so i chased you down the hall Lucky in another room. I give you food Any of those actions you're rewarding so the trick is to not get into that position in the first place so What i had to do with my kitties. Because i had the same thing. I had a cat that sat on my head like a raccoon cap per which keep.
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"You so much. what's going on. Well i have an elderly are. It's ready cat. And i'm giving a Glucose contrite in msm and also something called. Uh throw ionics and that's supposed to be homeopathic. But so far i'm not having much luck with either and i wonder what else i could do. Anything natural. I can go list. What sounds like you're already kind of tapping into and he repeat again because that kind of went by fast. I missed some of what you said about what you were giving cool coastal android and. That's when i started with those. And then i i. I'm doing still doing those. And then i started our throw ionics about about two weeks ago and really you're supposed to give it about a forty six weeks but and and the i i have to say the cat is moving around a little more. It's crying a.
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"Radio featuring veterinarian. Dr debbie white groomer. Joey villani news director. Lorie brooks and now from the red barn studios here your hosts hal abrahams and judy francis. Judy you have booked a doozy of a show once again. Thank you so very much for doing that. You're well go on. This week's show brian jones. He's no stranger animal radio. He's an audiologist. He studies audio where he plays with audio. I think he actually calls himself a psychic and he listens to audio and looks for hidden messages and audio especially when it relates to your pets your dogs or cats. What are they saying because he thinks he hears things that they might be saying. And trying to tell you So we'll find out more about that coming up before the show ends today. Also get this an orthopedic. Surgeon gives up his job. And i understand that pays pretty well in. Orthopedics gives up his job to start a nonprofit organization for animals and he flies on a plane little plane. He flies animals all across the country. Taking them from where they can't find a home to places where they can find a home and so far he's delivered ten thousand animals all across the country. We're going to talk to him before the end of the show today right here on animal radio. What are you working on lori. Hey guess what no surprise. But i have come up with yet. Another airline that has made a change to their emotional support. Animal policies and it has been dramatically whittle down the list of animals that will now be allowed to fly. Esa's so we'll tell you all about it. Oh exciting news. Well maybe not ready. Dr deb to take a call him. Let's go to it. Hey janice how are you. I'm fine how are you doing. Good where are you today in. Saint louis c. K. t. r. s. Thank.
Family Farm Swaps Cows for Goats Amid Changed Dairy Industry
"There is a change in the dairy industry trading cows four goats Brian Jones had hundreds of cows at his farm in Vermont it was costing more to produce milk three or four years ago we kind of was looking into doing trying to do something different Jones and his brother got creative the Jones brothers deliver their first goat milk earlier this year Thomas Considine with the American dairy goat association says there is money to be made from goats milk even bother and ice creams and yogurts and Brian Jones says the goats have more personality very curious will come up to everybody that walks in and learn the and always wants to know belongs on the California Wisconsin and Iowa are the top goat dairy states I'm at Donahue
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"Today where things are popping Bulat, there'll be a weight like going to drop it and all the music they play on a bandstand. We go with wing is sweet, but we're going swinging. That's right. It's this weekend music right here. Dave Jennings into wide Witten and it was in this week on July 5th 1966 that On recommendation of Rolling Stone, Keith Richards. Girlfriend Chess Chandler from the Animals went to go see a young man by the name of Jimi Hendrix play at the Cafe Y in New York City. Chandler suggests that he should come to England. That's what he does. He became the manager. How about that? If you've never heard of cafe while I was big in New York? Why? Because he was awesome. Hmm. But that's where a lot of people came through Springsteen, Kool and the Gang. Lenny Bruce. Uh, Richard Pryor. All kinds of great musical and comedic acts went through Cafe Wa Who owned Cafe wa Hmm. Manny Roth. Of course. Manny Roth is the Arco of David Lee Roth. So there you go, Uh, pretty high stepper high kick like David. It was also July 5th. Just, uh, Three years later, the Rolling Stones gave a free concert at Hyde Park's Audience. It was 250,000 people showed up to this concert. It was a tribute to Brian Jones that had died Two days earlier. Mick released 3500 butterflies. It was also the very first concert to Mick Taylor debuted with the Stones took over for Brian John Jones. And by the way against all odds, Keith Richards is now 78 years old. You imagine? I mean, seriously, guys that seem healthier. Die younger. I now think that Charlie Watt is getting.
California Lawmakers OK $6.6 Billion Plan To Incentivize Schools To Reopen, Lawmakers Say Not Enough To Get Schools to Re-Open
"California schools the beginning more funding if they choose to reopen for in person instruction. But Senator Brian Jones says new legislation approved today provides the monetary support for schools but doesn't mandate any actions to get him open. While it's billions of dollars available to local school district, there's nothing in the bill that actually requires the school districts districts to reopen a sum of money. Mark Levine says. Everyone wants schools open, but they need more resource is to do it safely. We've been sent by schools to reopen by providing money that is necessary to make sure that they can follow safety protocols. Even so many lawmakers air worried that's still not enough to get schools open gave because Jensen Raider goes in depth on the debates. It's 6
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"Ice in that sense right could have its an. What's the number one thing. Anyone can do to differentiate themselves feed themselves feel intake. You had different everyone else. The hr v. the same as competitive as chandi designed unical niveau. You'll so easily differentiate you so that's how we do it and this thing that's come up i think i can't remember how How many it's kind of lock of a sequence now wave Answered that question the same way kind of november different answer for awhile. And but i was having a conversation. A few episodes ago with an actor and playwright and he gave the same answer and he talked about actually during the compensation was told me about the amount of energy that he puts into his acting and roleplaying and also when he's riding how he how he gets into the mind of the characters in order to his story and us and i said to him. Well if you're trying to emulate somebody else will try to be somebody else will be locked somebody else. Then you're essentially acting a role. Rod andy tocqueville air. About how much energy costs to act. The role is not used. So it's much easier to just be self really is and i think you'll also cash on different shedding vector using something like a loon means you reach out to podcast Different shack we do. The same with loss can look at their web website channel. Loom and arkansas Them and then them as a follow up to say. Hey we haven't heard from you from checking at your website. I know you need us. You know what will make it easy for you and you can see me smiling on the video. He their website as such saving using tools. I think yeah. Yeah well. I just before christmas Through a philly sizable proposal for a client for new project. That it's pretty pretty big and I did a video or dvd. Talking through i had a presentation to presentation on you. She wouldn't have time to get on a phone call and gus road in detail on. You should want to actually read it in without me talking so love to the video along with the presentation she can still. She still got the presentation raid. That she's also got the video with mine onto the side some comments on recommendations that works really. Well you and i just to kindred spirits right. Well thanks brian. This has been really fabulous now way and people find out more about your find out more about the Vip platinum business and also might be getting getting touch. Cy thanks sheds. The said websites always invests the ice visa. That you'll yeah. Yep they platinum. They'll come so you ask a strategy come and just my fist nine grind. The community has braun. I wa and will have on the show notes of course go and check that out for i now. Do you have any parting advice. Rallying today before we wrap up show going back and listen to all of you other episodes and then like i did it about a month ago and i listened to a lot of podcasts and every single council listen to yours. His only league those five fi- side question the value that you allow guests If you'll listen to this assertion fish in one of my costs go back Areas ula or bright. Appreciate you sharing. That said only reinforced. That i i learned a lot in having these conversations. And i've just started a. I don't know if you're familiar you might enjoy sexually as rita Cinco grade wise. It's an app that you can It's actually intended for the digital spice but you can use it with physical books. You can use your your phone cameras of photographs sections on high sections and then add that to list of bookmarks in this raid wise and it will then at a frequency. You choose saint back highlights to you. So you can have yourself. Reminded of highlights from the amy so highlights from the four hour workweek. And what i've discovered is you can also Is a is a plugging crime. You can bookmark highlight elements of any blocus. So i started going back through my podcasts highlighting. Some of the things that resonated with me from episodes agency just Actually i haven't thought of again and started adding adding to that as well so that it it will rarely remind me of those things now will come up at random with some wisdom and his his ron. John said around outsourcing will come up randomly at some point in the future. And i'll be reminded over how long the thank you. I never heard that vast I've written a dance. So yeah will include lincoln shannon so that one too because i have a it is an affiliate link could actually gets you. City additional guys have trials seek schools is for i now. Finally who else should i get on this podcast and why i think i try to say in lynn calcium on before from the danish Iran person. Nfl's i ha i have spoken to glenn at a conference to in and we have communicated but i haven't actually succeeded in getting a guy says glen and i think also mentioned earlier gone by them as a he he really is shooting fellow and he he helps business owners coaches business owners in Filthy being souls to be direct voice luckily long interesting. He's acids versus. Okay all right. Or we'll We'll get an introduction will reject to glen again. Maybe the cornet that you've recommended him as well and we'll see if we can get buses them on the show in the future both all sending church excellent will. Thanks so much for sharing your time and your insights sir general. Slates die brian. this has been fabulous conversation. We are little kindred spirits here sort of like minded in a lot of areas of really enjoyed this of quite a few tips set of written down here that will go back and implement now i think and hope help the listener. We'll get a lot of value added. This oh i will now. 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"That keying reading a really believe Every month because they're so hungry to learn it makes it easy for the go all i can. You would like more healthy. And that's like a helpless old on any. yeah love it might Actually still in delaware doing all right now. The other thing i did have a thought there hermit but are gone so i'll come back to my little bullet points I guess the culture the culture is the other thing alluded to it. A couple of times the How do you ensure that you'll hiring pickle that are really good for your corporate culture. And how do you then maintain that couch in an environment. Wave got a lot of people working remotely. And i'm guessing probably remotely from one. Another typically now was covered. It's again we talked about it. Systems we have a system vice the guarantee success in iraq. We've with twenty five this. Nfl seeing is in out semi papa. San we've had to move on to a system. Bulletproof sans tarsus recruiting in the first ones obviously assess originally the second one is a fine coal with the candidate in before. I do any history to see whether or not have accents. The see whether or not they're actually interesting. Interesting too is that. I ask you questions that we think that the engagement aware. We're having them the clients in australia or america. The goals joy having those sides. If i passed that vehicle to older the testing has three hours of pitching that passed that. Have advice to you is facing you for took culture soaking bath. Their family within values and must be mice. Candidates have no idea what the values up the value of young. What do you value in law in work and family. I'm jim move fast food. I do in these us on coaching. My questions of Water pushes out clients. They have to do the fauna randy. Jeez so they can assist handed. It's against the roaring culture house and then we want the claunch on a v. I thought together. We take me through attensition session. Coaching program the six months where we rise coach at everson wear ensuring that by the i in quant team you to understand. The culture is really ratings long-term relationship and say it's a huge thing. it is. yeah yeah so. There's lots of systems in to to address that Well couldn't couldn't business on is due on edyta die level to make sure the culture that i want to have in the business is actually there. Even though it's a remote team request from i've been doing working is for ten years. I'm still learning again. Lincoln last six months was a business owner documents values of the business that can actually height attach value to every single. Pass that the does said Your own if you have this is willing to spend the time to dock metering values which equals said the turtle is the values will include the culture. Attach value to every single. Toss than the. I really understands that bigger picture again. Just where does the task getting into the business. Fittings the values of the visitation culture. We've been adopting that and the sounding in avai is mine saith no say change in the also that isn't signs mindset when the allocating tasks they physically out for. What values do we have in business that the salons you net slow everyone down. Yeah that's that's a really neat way of doing it to sort of link it back to the values we we have this Process we go through. We have a a monday and a friday. Regular meeting. Where i just said. These are focus aries to this week on on friday. We will how much of we moved the needle on each of these focus areas and in all the projects we quit together and the the Individual tasks and activities that happening during the week. I actually take the time to attribute those two. I focus area and that that's been a great discipline for me Because it's it's highlighted areas. Where i've been distracted that actually. Y'all kinda song that dole focus areas. I'm just gonna pack. That one shouldn't be doing that and it. It's a great way to about it in terms of keeping focus. Oh i think doing that with the values as is another good edition. I think was probably a hundred little seton years ago successful relationship or what. What are some of the other top of mind two year. Or i'll pick up on that last. One you might. When you're studying eugenie vigilance. Houston are really blatant is my. He's so we structure out quonset. She'll die have at least one al meeting everyday and then truth minute stations in the afternoons. So that giving the attention in time than using members because business owners that rushing rushing rushing and they can be haphazard in had trying to stop him to make sure that they put aside that time fish in the second week they get to drop one of the half alsatians the afternoon. Five the third week that can drop dropped one al making one data partners and so we take him on a journey where they get to up front invest a lot of toddington. vi pages. Dan said by the time he gets industry months. We thought in talking more about efficiencies. So we that you don't have to make the everybody use your sierran or who's indicate tasks to them if you're in the car you could send 'em ten voice house they can. So that's a really important again. Houma cultures will getting a business owner. This lloyd themselves down said.
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"The your the you make a good point there. And i think that's kind of reiterating that in terms of the processes having systems in processes in place documenting procedures from the point of view of not. Just he has had to do it but his the app gov to look at it from his the outcome we want to achieve with this. He is why we're doing. It said the wise is a really big thing. And here's how are also locked to do his. How fits the bigger picture. The pickle doing what might same on its iron like a small standalone. Toss say aw this kitchen the producing a wonderful podcast for example low. This this fits into this training program yuppie just aiding a single video but hi. This fits into this training program. That's got thousand people buying it every every year and therefore generating revenue for the business. So that is really pal kingdom ingredient business. Every season's going to have special agree. I'd sir I guess one of the questions is a bit of a dorothy dickson. Is somebody that that's worked in this area myself but y the philippines at the time when i started. This isn't ago already had another susan. The suicide one in melbourne in the heart of the and also had visited noida and really thought about the sort of clients that would want to use vitual business fishermen a strong and a headlock granted show lenka land Rendered state is in order. None of them had the right culture for the people that would work in businesses and huddled manila for the philippines on nila subdued the two biggest areas for coal centers and even in such a huge difference between manila people. Working nila With insurance australia. I found that the sablan most resembled has insurance most resembled Australia's queensland wi as a sort of people that was feeding into the culture. These and the be not hardwood pasta. Philippines it's not learning which at school they speak english and i learned filipina. English is the main language in old businesses whereas other countries like thailand shrank. India is the second language second line plus classing the time zone right now. The three hours on when daylight saving speeches frostless institute did not go. What if we want to expand biggest global which Doing american clients so used to having some side. It'd be easy. Business to expand global surface brown. Sorry as big answer. Wasn't it for yeah. I think you touched on a couple of really key points there and the other the other one there i'd add to that is the level of education is so many people coming out of the universities with some amazing qualifications and knowledge and skills that And they're available. This is just not enough jobs for the people said that you can hit people that have to sri qualifications in all kinds of different areas that end up being specialists but of course the cultural fit is is a really important. One is not just pick up on your university. He family members pay for the person you go to university so they really unique wants a phone because i want to get a good job knife over. There are unique paces speaking. He i used to. I worked in the copa world had an international role. I used to travel to the philippines quarter bid because we had a number of relief with clients they who are some a few months to really close friends with the armies of philly botch corporations but the When i started my own business and started getting to the point where you will with Seven house wakes and more not getting to everything and come across a webinar that This chap did a talked about out so seeing to the philippines and he talked about the benefits of working with a remote team in the philippines and he talked about all up by six to start with any size. Gave a bit of advice that i ignored of which was stocked with one person and start small but what he said you know a lot of it resonated with may i remember this vividly. It was a podcast that i listen to on an old ipod. Said that's how long ago was during woke. I did one morning. And i'm back. I'm really excited. And i thought i of i'm gonna jump online now. How i'm gonna do this. And i'm going to go and i hi four people in one go end. Those full people were with me for nearly five years And it worked brilliantly and kind of the frame. I suddenly felt after that time was just amazing but i you know i had the benefit of having the experience of having worked with people remotely before even before the internet and also of knowing a little bit about filipino culture because of my interactions and were there in the cost so that was kind of a big deal for me but you know the transition is amazing isn't it. I don't think he did the right thing. I if some if you can afford if you have a businesses growing harm one person is is actually one of the things. I did wrong First using stop until things. I keep filed for threes and one of the main things wrong was aren. Just one person. I personally on the found rights assists once you hide three chain culture and the systems Team members backed each other up to say that you're harming one doesn't work dozen days. Seventy two percent of our new clients are in the high one person for those timothy. Two percent ninety percent of them high second for us. I think most businesses are not rely yet. I don't want the tony awards executives that handle on once. I see how well it works for them. Like jumping. Please getting you can save these wes. So what are some of the Igus biggest mistakes that take mike. When do this for the first time and half the night. Avoid doing that. Avoid mike nosema sites. I until my experience plus a few hundred clients. One mistakes.
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"Welcome back. I hope you've had an awesome weeks if you haven't yet listened to my recent conversations with playwright and screenwriter sheldon shore and with an atoms of wicked marvelous. Then do check them out. But only after you've listened to today's conversation of course. I'm really excited today to have on the another buzz podcast as my guests brian jones. He's the founder and ceo of the platinum a team of virtual stuff experts. Brian's expertise is in helping business owners spend less time in their business and more talk on their business using the one thing that really works in other words virtual assistance now v. A platinum is a virtual staffing company based in the philippines. The thing that really sets them apart is systems. They have over two hundred systems to ensure business is get the best out of their virtual assistance. In how discussion today brian. Talk to me about what. Mike's good system and who should document them. We talked about how to create and sustain a good healthy supportive kao-chia in remote team and we talked about connecting projects and tasks to business and personal values. And your wi without further ado then. Let's fly into the hive. And get the buzz from brian jones. Around hi i'm your host can strauss from minova biz and. I'm really excited to welcome today to the enough of buzz. Podcast from one of my favorite little spots in the world brought in the mountain ranges of victoria. Australia brian jones who is the founder and owner of the ice platinum ryan is a virtual staff specialist and he has a mission to help business owners an entre nos achieve more time more money and more freedom using virtual stuff in the philippines. Welcome to the another bus podcast brian. It's a real privilege to heavy as my guest Really placed viki of innocent refusal. Podcasts these are thought about your questions hitting Okay or i will. I'm really curious to delve into how you got started with. outsourcing and virtual teams building virtual teams in the philippines. We'll get onto that in a moment. But what what is it a dry. These is a separate my lock to q. areas definitely family and raising my son and my wife that driving. Yeah that's what i didn't realize going up. The marriage raising families would. But if you want to be good at it. That's what draws a lot of. Sarah spinello tom looney. The other side is accu- allow which is the business that iran and it drives me. Because i feel like we're in a marketplace help not just clients but we help the staff. The costs and when you see the smiles and get the thanking misuse from Makes you driven and keep drawing. He got johnson. What i'm curious about. How did you get started with the virtual teams in virtual stuff headed. You get started yourself with your own virtual staff and had a bet din. Turn into a business. A standalone over itself. Probably talk about my family way too much. She that that being so first of all teen ferris's for at work way. Everyone's folks batted seal. Now i read. That book can realize that i just had my son seventy house awake office in business not spending any time with him at all. You just bowling before we change on as the solid to implement everything. The ching ferris book recommended putting arm visas. So i did for myself. business wick so well effectively retied weaving to us and that was ten years ago now and of only just sold that business that advising on autopilot with the help of virtual chains and a few years ago a few frames could help in exactly the same thing so i helped those friends and then that was for free and then i referred me to a few more friends. This who've sat charging Instead up virtual teams. Exactly why so that. They can spend which Defense and a bit of a trial with milwaukee. Listen than three months light who we had another six referrals for six aunts and it just nibble and so i the last three years. We've been running a business. I've got two hundred style just from this snowball. Effective able saying value improving lost time with their families and referring more friends. Yeah or on a the The first business. You mentioned that you're retired. You said you retired some guessing the business more or less ran itself that a virtual assistance ran the business so headed. You set that up in a way that that could occur combination of on shore wearing australia right now. So on show south years failure and the vitual chain the phillipines so a combinations of financial planning business. We had to financial vases A practice menu industry the has been virgins and then we had seven victory staff so we basically had a structure where client facing vases would say clients that old backoffice adnan with old find holes anything to do with type work instruction awesome mother aquifers. And because it's a practice manager Amid the i really didn't have to do anything. She ran the practice. We stayed off on five hundred systems and processes. That drove everything. That is actually heard one of your guests. The johnny talking virtual south as well and he was very much that processes yet or the that would have been jammie gye. I think yeah i think. Strike know a number of people that of use virtual assistance or like jamie and yourself have his nurses based on virtual assistance. I think one of the cases having systems and processes in place Did did you have those in place or did you When when you started the journey. Did you quickly recognize that. hi this. There was a gap there to do this huge gap and again. I'll contact with the credit. Because after rinsing persons for with read the amy by and combination of those two books. You really drive towards documenting. Just how why do you do those tasks that big answer. Why do you do them. Is that paying rating system to ensure that the person doing those tasks winning at a do them understands. The relevance of us can't credit thais can earn reading to busse. Yeah well Who was it that said we was it isaac newton. It was stand on the shoulders of john's worts.
"brian jones" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM
"You know what we gotta do so much more than just past thrusters, Man, We gotta stop this run game because they create runs with the little you know, in the round and the ghost plays and the different things and Because the ball out of his hands and but I'm betting over defense is that win championships anymore? My friends. Your defense has to give you a chance of your $100 Million quarterback boy in Kansas City case. Half a billion dollar quarterback has to take them home. That's how the new game is played. I mean, you gotta have one more possession. You need woman possession or one stop to get your quarterback the ball back with Now Ada left and let's go. Hmm. You are part of a really cool podcast called the Bet us unfiltered and you work alongside a guy that we know really well. Brian Jones, friend of mine, and Brian is has been part of CBS for a long, long time. Out. He is incredible. And you never know what he's going to say. And you are incredible. You never know what you're gonna say. So I got to feel like when you guys get together. It's just like man gloves are off. Let's ban You have seen fire hit gasoline. Wait. Just think about it. Is we to Southern boys that I love this game and appreciates this game and Appreciate it from an old school perspective, and we don't mind the young kids doing what they do. But you're gonna appreciate where this game came from, because it's been played 101 years up to this point to be played 100 1 after this So don't get it twisted. You know you're no different than the rest of us, so humble yourself or this game will. That's all we want. That's all we will do the gatekeepers of it, you know, because we want a lot of football that we just wanna be gatekeepers other than Do you a little something? You ain't heard in a long time in a sudden, Twain..
"brian jones" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"ER your request. We did two different iterations of throwback Thursday. Music trivia. You last week on the air said that you did not like them and you wanted to go back to the old way of doing things we've always known. You struggled with change, and so Have decided to Ah, to grant you your request. Thank you. We will span the decades here and we will start us far back. Is Dateline 1968. Uh huh. This artist recorded his version of the Bob Dylan song. All along the watchtower at Olympic Studios in London. Rolling stone. Brian Jones was on percussion and Dave Mason from traffic play than 12 String guitar. It played on the session Thief track was released in the United States is a single in 1968. It peaked at number 20 on the charts. Name the artist. Can you repeat the first one? This artist recorded his version of the Bob Dylan song, all along the Watchtower in 1968 at Olympic Studios. In London. Hmm. Twas not to do that first thing for most. I want to tell you this, but leaving you OK? So all along the watchtower. Is it like a doesn't start with an E. No, it does not start with me. Why don't you tell me what it starts with? Um yeah, well, think about it. Think about it. Okay. Think about I was thinking, Eric Clapton. It is not Eric Clapton. That's why I didn't lock it in on them. Happy thinking watched Jimmy, Is it a Jimmy? There could be a Jimmy here. Eyes. This Jimmy, a guitarist of Note. I think so. Is Jimmy still with us? Uh, Jimmy is not still with us. His Jimmy's last name. Start with an age It does. Is it Jimi Hendrix? Are you gonna lock that in? I am. Thank you, Donna Valentine. Nice ring the bell. Come on, right? Yeah,.
Vicki Wickham on Ready Steady Go
"Well, the rocks pages podcast. This is Mark Pringle with me is my colleague Jessica Murison Bowie I'm mark and in third zoom window is very, very special guest Vicki Wickham Hi Vicki Hi both. The keys perched on her. New York, city this is eight o'clock in the evening London Time I've had my first Jones Hannukah Day and we'll be hearing sirens all of that sort of New York City soundscape. So for those who don't know I mean is legendary carrot tourneys business over the years I think as I say, produce on the fantastic pioneering pop TV series, ready steady go subsequently manager of La Belle, and in many ways, a CO create of La Belle was an artist and a friend and manager of Dusty Springfield and subsequently of the likes of Morrissey. Marr and Vicky tell us about how you got into pop music and as a professional activity totally by default. I would inland I was working. I had several jobs and I had one job that I really liked which I was working for radio BBC like entertainment it was cold. And My job was a production assistant and the writer, my producer, my boss Charles Chilton wrote these wonderful one hour specials. Flooding Allen or the moment or the songs from the First World War and so we have. Autism singers, musicians, actors, etc, etc etc and my job is to put all together. And I learned a lot needs to say but I I was thinking that it conciliates should be doing television radio and I don't quite know why but left thinking everybody would want me nobody walked in. One Luckily one of my really good friends Carolina with Carter was seeing somebody at associated rediffussion. Sunday could Elkin Allen. Let detail who set don't have it at the moment but. A secretarial job will come up. No I don't want to be the secretary. So he was great. He's lectured me and said, you want to be anything. You can just get your foot in the door and about a week later called me up and said come in. For you sat me down and said yes, your secretary but I promise you anyways cut a long story short. He had this idea for music show cooled ready steady go and by the time we will put together. The pilots can get at I was producing it. Did I know anything about pop music for? Thing but no did anybody else. So the show was picked up and luckily a couple of other young people we were young came in and we started working on a program could ready steady go at elk was mabus he left us alone. Yeah just great. It's it's amazing I mean ready steady go is so different from anything that come before it. Really I mean I suppose some the Jack Goods shows sort of pointed in direction to some extent but then you had a lot of really stiff stock not much pop music television full stop did you feel that what you're doing with revolutionary from very early point? At all we we just going out to you know as as you would our age going to clubs seeing people listening to Radio Caroline talking to people, and you know suddenly became very obvious that we could have these people on the show that when we went to see the rolling stones when we love Brian Jones who had the best hair in the will We could say come on the show and they did it was on the sleep. It was just gut reaction and knock I. Mean did anything to see any of this? No. Fantastic. I mean also. Undid you love always love music yourself. Personally was was all be something which is always chime to you because ready steady go was fantastic. Inner suspect it really focused free. Key American black music I didn't even know about black music I was. Gilbert and Sullivan. And South Pacific I knew nothing as we started ready steady. Very. Few black axe or autism in England. So inevitably, booking although the white exit cetera and the Springfield we became friends and dusty would play me these great blue soul rb records and that's when I fell in love with them and suddenly when we have these people own and literally would call agents and say other coming over, we could use the. and S Luckily, the show became big enough that it was worth people bringing them over because they knew they would be on the
Miss Mercy Shares Stories From Her Days in the GTOs
"Is my second bout with Ms Mercy here on Pamela Durbars podcast and we're GonNa talk about some things. We didn't get to talk talk about last time we Manley spoke about the GTO's last time. Okay and so this time I WanNa talk about you know your history you know when did did you start getting into rock and roll in a huge way. My mother was into it in the fifties. She was had all sun records and just traveling because my father was a gambler and he was always GonNa Cement. Shoes promised to anyway cement shoes for those of you. I didn't quite understand that. Cement shoes promised to him gambling money so we were every race. Track was all all over from Florida to Dallas Seattle to San Mateo. I keep going back to wherever there's always a race track right there here you know and I would hear all sorts of music actually country roots and blues things and all that stuff. It wasn't even Rockin roller who is basically music all kinds of all kinds all kinds. But but when you even that terrible stuff that that awful stoplight lords as well okay. That was pretty awful. Really terrible parade are your hip. Parade wasn't too bad. There was some decent recent things on that. Name me one why. How much is that Doggie in the window? That's how much you say it. It was cute okay. She doesn't like it. Okay so I'm GonNa try to hear walking the dog saying you I know you would. That was a good segue mercy from Doggie in the window to walk in the dog. CRIPES say Segue segue way. What does that mean like? I know what it means. Okay okay so when you were like fifteen years or so though. Oh something changed right now. Twelve twelve twelve. What happened at twelve? Tammy show how was Tammy show. We're about fifteen. That's why Taylor penelas very confused about my life because at fifteen hours all also in Haight Ashbury. Yeah I was almost in Haight Ashbury. It must have been the end of fifty okay and ms been the beginning of fifteen came out yes the AM. I it's A. It's a American music. I don't know what it all means. Either maize show. Ed blended all blit everybody from this stones. The animals Jan and Dean on their actually on their sidewalk surfing was really skateboard. report that there were hosting. Yep were it's an incredible show you can find. James Brown was so great on that. Show that the stones than even WanNa follow him they had so many people on that show is just. I don't even know how it was allowed to get out. Because it was an interracial thing and at that time things were very racial. Yeah yeah I know it's a very important thing and I remember it real well too of course because I was a stone's freak of course yes We spoke a lot about them on the last time. We had this wonderful experience together. Yes we did so after that. Okay when when did you actually decide. Okay I WANNA meet the people playing this music. God It just so you know there was Tom Donahue Kyi anyway. is ever Cisco well. Here's just always in San Mateo okay. But the bow Brembos came down so I wanna the followed them and and and also you have to realize it. Tom Donahue started of FM radio. Oh he didn't he's inventor of FM radio and he was your favorite Dj. Ajay listen to law now so I was Casal at the same time they were friends. Wow I was not so but okay. What made you know people always want to know what is a groupie really? And how does it begin Groupie so for some reason you decided. Okay I'm going to meet the Beau Brummel 's I mean well actually. I did decide that they actually walked into a restaurant. While he's there is my mother at the mall and they're they came walking in. Yeah how'd you know it was them or you could help. Always nobody looks like that in San Mateo. Okay so and and now he's Tom Donahue's group by the way what do you mean. That was his group. He Made Bobo Group assignment of you know nothing about Tom. Donahue Oh my God you. The people who need to know about Tom Tom Donohue he was a big very heavy set. Dude but There was. He's a began to look it up. FM radio he's one okay so you were lucky to have to be able to hear that. That young yes. I was when he started running on those long albums. But I wanted to go back to uh-huh Brummel so when you saw them walking the mall having lunch with your mom what did you see my mom. I was did inch. Did you say okay mom. I'M GONNA go meet those guys no. I don't I don't know if I met them but I did. They came back doc and got in trouble for being because I was underage for being at their gig. I remember They played Sarah Jail. And how'd you meet them. I just followed John Around. He was drummer. John Peterson. A photo lost it. You followed him around and the and then I got in trouble for being you know under Asian Asian conform around anymore. Okay and what happened next. I mean I've followed the stones is a Sacramento with my high school girlfriends. I'm as fifteen. That is a one. Were we were in Sacramento Keith. Got Electrocuted we. Oh no shoot patty in the bell bluebells. That had I sold my heart to the junk man out over the rainbow. I Love I sold my heart to the junk man because I really did so. Anyway I was with my my One of my high school friends had moved up there with her family. And so we were in a car moved up where Sacramento. Okay Sacramento you went all right them. Okay Anyway Oy so. We went to the stones concert and then suddenly Keith gets elected you did and goes like five feet off the ground and Dan you witness that they shut the curtains so I said let's go so we all jammed out of there and got in the car and the car came out of the garage garage. I believe and We follow that car which had the stones in it all the stones down the freeway everyday then. They stopped at a gas station and change into another car. And we follow that car. And I can't do a little bungalow. Oh Hotel and motel and We got out and we pass where Mick wise and you could hear him kind of like pacing and really upset about of course keys was in the hands of the ambulance police. I have heard stories I have. I heard rumors not gonNA verified him because I was there the big beat him up. I'm not sure who beat him up. Please on that yeah yeah. I'm not sure but there was. That's what they did might have. You know. There's a threat to them. Yeah so then we. We went to this other room which happened to be Brian. Jones grow knocked on the doors open so we just walked in. I earth three was going to his suitcase looking to close at that time. I was really interested in insects that I was really ever interested as sex anyway but anyway yeah I know I know that about you for a few ties. It three times a happened but that was good anyway so he was. You're going to a suitcases. Your cases and Charlie watches in there because he had lost his key or didn't have a key to get his his apartment. We sat there and just watch them and Brian Jones is one of my favorite in the world. Was He. Okay at that point were you offend fanatic of his like he became later or did that hell is being. Yeah they're Kinda you know too seriously. Want her it. Wasn't it in as off that I would have been probably a little later. Okay in other words it I just was cool. It was just kind of cool so then we got an eating asses leave. I don't think but we laughed APPS and that was one of my first encounters. Yeah well so you hung out with Brian and Charlie at age fifteen yes. That's pretty amazing.
What is the story behind the 'fake' Fleetwood Mac'?
"The ultimate statement on Fleetwood MAC, I think came in nineteen seventy four when they were on tour. Mic Fleetwood drummer found out that Bob Weston was having an affair with his wife and Mick band and said the tours over, but they had been paid advances. So the manager decided that they were going to fulfil those dates, and he put together a fake Fleetwood MAC and went out on the road and toured now there are people who I call them reunion truth IRS, they're people who will not thank you who will not go see a band unless it's all the original members. And although the three of us have our own unique versions of that. Right. There there bands for which we have a guideline that might seem arbitrary to other people. The extreme fringe edge of that. Is there are people who think that the Rolling Stones ended when Brian Jones leftward, and that's not the real stones. True. Yeah. And I think probably most people would agree. That's crazy. But everything else is just a small variation on that crazy. Yeah. I'm admitting that I am very conflicted. And I'm sitting here today. Chagrined now via my Facebook feed that I did not go see Nick Mason plays the music of Pink Floyd. I mean, he's only the drummer. Right. But the settlers was extrordinary. He's playing songs from source AFL secrets he's playing like why didn't I go? I should've gone. I mean apart leading go because it was like three hundred bucks. If you had gone. Do you think you would have felt happy? Yeah. Probably I'm drummer. He's a drummer. He's one of my favorite drummers, you know, and hey, they were always in the dark lighting. Anyway, who the hell knew what Roger waters look like, I don't know I'm conflicted.