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"britney fox" Discussed on Snacks Daily
"For our third and final story before the weekend, car companies just had their third quarter earnings that set record high. So just like the American economy context is key Jackson snack out. This was a global snack story kind of touched on car stocks US economy. The whole world we're talking everything totally connected. So we're we're out or spreadsheet our election ballot and her passport for this like all good stories. This one starts with chassis. Nearly every car company we've seen had one of their best third quarters ever Jack Can we talk about America? Ford prophets quintupled over at Ford's HQ in Detroit two point four, billion dollars in just three months. Yeah. Can we pop across the pond over to? Folks and better known as VW here in the states, sales came back to normal a big improvement Jaguars on train have out Italy the US, Holland France where we got going on there Fiat Chrysler, is it confusing company? Now it's merging with Peugeot but then a big profit in the third quarter compared to a loss same quarter last year and honestly snacker. Jack and I are looking at one main theme connecting all these great lands unless you're an Uber, you're probably in an SUV or truck. Yep. That's what's driving profits not playing soccer but you could fit the whole team in the back of this thing also with Kobe. I don't know if I can rely on public transit or just uber anymore might need my own car and he don't just eat your car you need more than my own car you need space need a few inches of space in this. But despite an incredible third quarter car companies are actually having an awful twenty twenty and that's because the second quarter was all about the economic shutdown, Detroit Germany and Japan's car companies their profits at the break when covy broke out this year this third quarter that just ended the last three months that was all about catching up on the previous quarter's law spending. Right blow out third quarter results from the car companies they're made. Up for PAS spending from previous quarters. So it didn't splurge on the Kabo Vaca- back in May but you may bought a Toyota Tundra when it came to July the third quarter look great overall though Volkswagen's car sales. This year are down eighteen percent and four. Its profit is overall this year down twelve percent and Fiat Chrysler has lost almost two billion dollars so far this year compared to a six billion dollar profit last year. So Jack, what's the take life our buddies in the car industry and the global economy context is key as we climb out of this vid economical it all comes down to contexts, knackers just reading all these headlines You'd think that car companies. are like leading their best lives right now but sprinkle in some snacks context and you see they're just trying to make up for losses from the second quarter and we're seeing the same story with cars play out for the rest of the economy. We just saw on Thursday that the economy grew at a thirty three percent annualized rate from July to September. The best ever and something that sounds like celebrates is GonNa be a lot of fun except when you hear that that comes after a five percent shrinkage of the economy in the first quarter of this year and a thirty two percent shrinkage of the economy in the second quarter of this year and during October our. Economy was actually three and a half percent smaller than it was at the end of last year, and that's as big a drop during the great recession of two, thousand, eight and two, thousand nine we love seeing things getting better but we're kidding ourselves without context, Jack Kenya whip up the takeaways force before the weekend you just blinked Amazon just made a few thousand dollars of profit best quarter ever next year we think they got to sell off aws their profit puppy he gotta let her go for our second story. We just launched a tele that service for all those new Cova parents out there. Chewy go further launch the barking Bondo with perks pet insurance already taken. By A. Third and final copies parties had spectacular earnings last. So the US economy but context is key were still trying to climb at this year's ECON whole. Now time for our snack today this one tweeted in by maybe the most legendary snacker in the great state of Arizona, it's a dry heat Scott from Scottsdale Scott from Scottsdale. This snack fact is about the early days of Amazon even Amazon struggled to turns out Amazon had so many emails and. Customer Service Piling. Up. Jeb as held a two-day contests to see who could resolve the most e mail order, there's the glitch that let users order a negative quantity of books on Amazon Dot Com I'll take negative five hundred for five thousand dollars for me. Please if why Amazon now we're two hundred and thirty lifts and Scott. It's his birthday down in Scottsdale celebrate dryly knackers have a great weekend. Happy Halloween stay safe and please send us your. Business themed stacks Halloween Costumes Robin. It's. Dresses subscription we got to see how you pulled this. Weekend, we'll see you Monday. Before we go beacon. CONGRATS to Mr Conklin the business teacher in Pennsylvania who? Every class with a question from today's snacks pod Mr Conkland Euro teaboy teacher, and we're honored for this on. We need a snack from this class also big happy birthday to Britney Fox over in the Grand Cayman and Guillermo Vasquez Mexico City Mexico, Jasper Chow over in Taipei Taiwan and Tiffy. Holman in Jackson Mississippi and Bennett Pumpkin L. A. Levin Wyatt S Bridge and Richmond Virginia and Lauren. Haycock in San. Francisco and Sydney Mani in Chicago Illinois logistics in Raleigh Trauma Tina also in Chicago still logistics and congrats on. Launching a startup to onus canal in Cameroon and Ryan and Larussa. Hardy big. 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"britney fox" Discussed on Pantheon
"So the trooper based on eighteen fifty, four charge of the light brigade by Alfred Lord Tennyson basically. It's it's a part of the Crimean war where British were told to attack but there was a miscommunication basically walked into a Russian massacre, An-, how the story does? He's a fool he's a he's a he's a wartime hero fool. I like the instruments kind of come in one at a time at the beginning of the song It's the Tar River. One of my all time faves saint along porous has no lyrics I can imagine Paul going not courses. Note lyrics than what am I supposed to say Saks? Or the galloping baseline. You know just the crate, the tar harmonies this is usually when Bruce's waving the Union Jack. Live is the most iconic. All that being said, the video they're not handsome men. I don't know if I need bruce with just a vest on and his hairy chest I. Guess He's trying to do his best Paul Stanley. but you know the rest of the videos super cool. I mean there's no doubt about that. Again. Basically a perfect metal song I. Mean it's. It is very, very difficult to top this and one, thousand, nine, hundred, eighty, three like this is what people define as of metal and I love that the music stops and he gets seen in the verson the music stopped it just it's a great song. Yes Sunny Sunny. Nailed it the even if you're not an iron maiden fan, the song is just. Oh, my God what an epic, Lee Spectacular Metal, Song I it just everything about it is. Is just what you want in a metal song that that that with that Gallup in baseline. Bruce Sounds just amazing in this song. We listen to the song since it came out and I still love it. If it shows up on satellite radio if it shows up on my shuffle, it's just one of those songs that you just don't WanNa turn off. And if we're talking about intro lyrics to a song. You take my life, but I'll take yours too. You'll fi a musket but I'll run you through. It's just Oh, boy that would not goes off but. Andrew Brand. It's just and it just continues and you feel like just running through a wall. Get. You fired up in the video is just awesome. You know spicing you know the the the the live performances with with the battle scenes I mean. What else can you say this song is just amazing. The troop were written by Steve Harris. This is the quintessential Gallup and iron maiden song. I. This is the quintessential if you say the second wave of British invasion. This song would be the one you'd probably pick. This is the most iconic for me image in visually. Sound, you name it iron maiden, the trooper I can't say enough about how incredible the song is I've heard it a million times and I still never get sick of it Yup. I don't even know where to begin their second single and went number twenty eight on the Rock Maine's mainstream charts. It's got that Harmonized Guitar Riff. The Steve Harris just that galloping and the drums and vocals I tried the other day I was driving alone when I'm listening to this song on the highway, try singing the song try try screaming along in singing hat not even halfway through the first versus oh I can't do it like I lost my breath I get how the fuck does. He perform this this insane the vocals and keep the words. The lyrics to this are off the charts off the charts read a all every single paragraph when you read this one's better than ex very bleak. Dire about death in going into a certain death but that's your duty, and this is what you do. It's like you said the charge of the Light Brigade, which is the the Korean War. So is the British the automations in France against Russia they did the the the movie is in the video of the nineteen, thirty, six, errol flynn and Olivia hobbling movie and funny thing is Linda Hobbling. I know this I don't know why because it was something else I was looking at movie I like the old classic black and white movies she's still alive. Look. At that fucking footage in that in that Song Right. How ancient that looks the actress in that is still alive vaccines. Bob. She's a hundred years old or something like that. I just looked at up. That's insane that that woman is alive from that video and I guess they got shit because people who look what you did to these horses and everything like Buddy fucking movie from the thirties go yell at them. It wasn't us and you know it's just. The he used to wave the Union Jack on this right, and then he changed it because there was all this controversy when he was in the US during the Iraq war and him and Sharon Osborne got into that Bruce got at that big battle I. Guess at odds fast. They were shitting on each other than fucking people were throwing eggs, Adam, song, and. Because of certain reasons, I used to wear little shorts on the job and whatnot, and they would fire brick thin little pipes and bottles of beer at me and whatnot, and she was saying that we've in the American the British flag was unpatriotic Dune it in the US during the Gulf like it's not she's just being a Douche bag out and he was being a Dick back and apparently now he just wears the red coat instead and he's got he's got those silly suits. During this performance, it's just I don't even know where to begin. It's. Where to end? Well, it is one of probably the greatest metal songs I can ever think of his before we move on. Here's my one criticism. It's the video, not the song. What are those pants that bruce is wearing? Your Urine Iron Maiden, you're one of the most kick ass metal bands and you're wearing it looks like like the game of twister. It's like what are the colored squares? It looks like something the guy like Britney Fox should be wearing your an iron maiden dude no, they look like yet like somebody like a Karen you. Wearing. On her way to resume. Zimba class. Exactly. I just just. Let me add one more thing. You're right. Sunny. He's not what you would call a handsome man I'm not what you would call a handsome man, the whole band. Idaho I think Adrian Smith and Steve Harrison only normal looking one fuck into guitarist. Dave Murray literally looks like the Guy From mad magazine. Long hair he's looks like him and then fucking somebody walked up and punch nickel macbrayne in the fucking knows because what the faulk or some took like an or from a boat and just smashed is facing because he got a pancake face I've ever seen one now bruce, Dickinson he's got doors. I'm stereotyping he's got those British Austin Powers Teeth. I get it. I have fab. Were singing in his lip store win in his teeth come.
"britney fox" Discussed on Another Day My Way Podcast
"Kansas. Yes. I'm a candice ever heard of Britney Fox. So I don't remember the year off, taught my head but Brittany Fox actually. came out with this very. Very, famous song called. Schoolgirl and Thank Something in Texas live in Texas something I don't remember Find some information on Britney socks. Britney Fox's no longer around, but their songs are legendary. They're very legendary. Okay during my research on that right now. I've you heard about? Helen. Yes. I listen to. Hot for teacher. That's my favorite song. That's been out since nineteen four. And I did. I just found out that Britney Fox? I didn't know that they were from Pennsylvania Philadelphia Pennsylvania. So nine, hundred, eighty, five, nine, hundred, ninety, two. And then they've reformed back in two thousand and two thousand. Eight which I didn't know and then they came back again in two thousand and five, two, thousand, fifteen. Yup. The listener video was schoolgirl. And what in Long Way to love up to songs? I never knew came back Cinderella a good band to. Old Ban. So there they were connected with Cinderella I'd say I'm just learning just like you right now. So. An Ozzy Osbourne had they did things that the Osbournes? Ozzy. Osbourne Ozzy Osbourne. Apparently, apparently, Britney Fox is still around. I didn't know that. I'm looking at it right now it's. Billy childs was the of played bass back vocals. From from the original ninety, five, thousand, nine, hundred, ninety, two, then the two, thousand, and two, thousand, and eight, and two, thousand, fifteen president they're still around Britney Fox's stole around till this day I had no idea. But the lead singer lead singers not around no more. Hey He died because this is two thousand fifteen to. To present, see who was the? Dean Davidson. Nair? Yup Dean Davidson I think I well, well, the song name is girl school and that school girl what is it? Girls School Girls Go. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah that's. That was the most popular one. Holy Shit. So you have some originals. Billy childs. Now, I don't think you have nobody that's original from. From Brittany Fox for the Dole, look like it here. Two Thousand Fifteen to present billy childs Tommy Pearls. Women Billy childs. Charles's original. He's original. He's the early one at. That John. Rise clam metal. Yeah I don't know what Glam metal is. Let's I really never of Glam metal. Glam metal is known as a hair medal or pop metal is a sub genre of heavy metal which feature pop influence ups and Guitar Riff. Risks and borrows heavily from the fashion. And Image of Nineteen Seventies Glam rock to basically it was A. Yeah that's what wasn't. It's another term for hair metal and pop. Yeah. Very, interesting..
"britney fox" Discussed on The Community Cats Podcast
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"britney fox" Discussed on The Community Cats Podcast
"New Big adoption center was Wonderful Tree House humane society and they have a cat cafe in their cat cafe. They have feline leukemia. Positive kitties if you could have anything in the world. Would that be something that would interest you absolutely like anything else? It's taking the stigma away from these animals that are labeled with a disease and being able to go into area for the public and see these cats running around playing being normal cats. I think that is an incredible way for people to understand. Feeling the Kimia and to remove that stigma that is attached to them. Sometimes I think the biggest most amazing thing for our volunteers and our staff is that they see the feline leukemia. Kitties happy and healthy an all admit when I first started at the shelter volunteering. I didn't understand fluke. I didn't know feeling a KIA and my husband was mortified to go in our feeling leukemia. Rome because he was afraid. Bring it to our cat and it's just over a short amount of time realizing that okay. The rest of the cats in this building aren't getting it and these cats really happy and healthy and just seeing it with your own eyes is really a truly powerful way to change people's minds. I think a cat cafe is a wonderful way to welcome people in to see the cats and see them thrive. And I think that's fantastic. Let's talk a little bit about the forest program at 'em are and what does it mean to the organization that how does it benefit? The community. Pharmacists are really important program that I help run. It's an amazing way to be able to keep loving owners and their cats together and I really over the years doing this work. I think everybody kind of goes in their field. Whatever it is with certain ideas in certain thoughts and I know I certainly did with feeling the welfare and over the years of really changed my mind and change the way I understand the human animal bond in the way people love their pets and the way their pets are just so much happier with them than going into a shelter or changing their whole life and so the forest program. It's this opportunity for our organization to help keep animals in their home. The point of the program is to help animals in owners when a cat has a disease or injury that would otherwise force and owner to give up the cat get care we can come in and help offer financial assistance so that the cat can stay with their owner and doing the shelter work for several years for so many years. You see the stress and the heartbreak that goes along with surrendering a pet on both sides for the people and for the animal so being able to prevent that he and keep people in their animals together is really really important in today's climate where we see a lot of people not being able to afford their own health care You think about okay. Then how can they possibly afford the health care for their animals? And so really. There is some assistance for people but the assistance for pets is. It's obviously getting better. But it's not guaranteed and it's not there so the farmers program fills a big void in it allows people and animals to stay together. I really feel strongly about it. I really think really positive thing and I always said I think it sort of the trajectory of the future of animal welfare is keeping people and animals together whenever possible. That's great she just sort of thinking about the two topics. We've just covered here feline leukemia as well. As far as I'M GONNA put my executive director hat on and say what? Wait a minute you know. These cats are GONNA cost US money as far as program is going to cost US money. Are these really expensive programs to run so for the feeling the keyboard and care for life program it is an expense but it is an astronomical because like we were talking about before a lot of the time the feline leukemia. Cats are pretty healthy until sort of the feline. Leukemia goes into that terminal stage. So you know. It's really dot a super huge undertaking. The forest is definitely a bigger undertaking. Because these are cases where cats might need dentals that are well into the thousands or they may have been hit by a car in need major orthopedic surgery but until I think as society in general we can come up with a better solution to these huge astronomical. Medical costs when animals are sick or injured. These animals lives matter. They matter to owners and they matter general to our organization so as much as I really think that morale for us is wonderful and major player in in a welfare as the big picture I think one of our major strengths is acknowledging the individual animal the individual cat or kitten and the individual person as well well said well said the other reality. Is that many of those fires? Cats are going to need the assistance anyway if they were being surrendered to the organization. Absolutely we'd be paying for that F. H. O. R. that amputation. Either way so it kind of washes in the end before I go on to. Actually talk about adoptions as shelter director that should be what you spend a lot of your time involved with etc this will be my own version of I Dunno Feline Disease Jeopardy. I'll give you one more one more topic to touch upon and you get to choose so there's F. I. P. Ringworm or Fiv. You can choose one of those topics if you have anything you want to share with our listeners. Do I just choose one of those topics. I could talk all day about all three of those topics. Let's see which one do. I feel strongly about well. I feel with the FIV. So I think I'm going to pick FIV because for a very long time. Mri FOR US has been on the forefront of taking these animals in sheltering them in finding them homes when for a long time especially early on in my career we had so many shelters asking us to take them as transfers. What is special about? Mr Processes that from the very beginning we've kind of said okay. Let's be open minded. Let's think out of the box and so with Fiv we had our FIV positive cats running loose with our regular cats and we adopted them out as regular cats and we talk to people about the FAA. Be Sort of the whole you know. They can be a little bit more prone to the dental disease and their immuno-compromised so having that conversation with adopters but knowing Fiv cats that have lived to twenty. We could send the cats into their homes with the best intentions knowing that. There's a very good chance they were going to be fine and live a long life. What I think is really incredible is that we are not getting those requests for Fiv transfers on any level that we were getting before. And I think again it's a testament to the fact that people see. Fiv cats out with the other cats they see. Fiv cats living long healthy lives. And I think that has changed the hearts and minds of many people many shelters many veterinarians. I think that's really power fall. And so of course we still get. Fiv POSITIVE KITTIES and they're still living out with all our other cats but you know I think it's a great example of sort of the way we have approached cats and kittens that are different and sort of found them outcomes that were really the same as normal cat and then seeing that was successful and worked out well and of course. There's I think there's a published study now about. Fiv Cats cohabitating with non FIV cats and no evidence of transmission. So I think that also helps a lot. You bring up a good point as a shelter director. You're dependent upon a lot of resources and support with regards to protocols cleaning various diseases. What are your resources that you turn to? We are really lucky to work with a couple of really incredible veterinarians who really strive to keep learning. They want to know the next thing. You know the next new research the next interesting thing that comes out and so for us. I think has been a huge resource because these veterans who work with are very very invested. Very very smart and love to learn new things. They're not stuck to some. You know sort of this is the way I learned it in vet school and this is the way it's always going to be. They're hungry for knowledge and they're eager to share that with us and help our cats in that way the UC Davis Corbett School of Veterinary Medicine. They have incredible resources. That kind of how I got kick started in sort of knowing what was going on around me. Were those resources from there but yeah for the most part just kind of on top of the new research coming out you and I share a lot of new findings and research together. But what really is key is her. Veterenarians are super enthusiastic about learning new things. That helps a lot. Let's talk a little. Bit About Adoptions your adoption team you have increased the adoptions quite substantially. I think over the last several years at Mar for us. Would you like to share with us? Any of the sort of special campaigns that you do over the course of the year we sort of chug along as normal but like everywhere else. We get really busy in the spring and in the summer we have had kind of pop up adoption events here there and we have found that fee waived is really the way to go anything sort of less than that is not very effective during the spring and summer months we sort of do those on an ad needed basis if the shelter population just gets higher than we're able to have capacity for but we do have one adoption event scheduled every year. We didn't call you black Friday. We tried it on Saturday this year. But it's the weekend following Thanksgiving and this past adoption event. We sent home thirty three percent of our population which is really good. We really have. Successful adoptions if the funny thing about it was the day before the adoption event we actually did. More adoptions of the day of the event I'm not sure what that was about. But it was just really awesome to see. We got homes for couples special kitties to during that time and that sort of is a big draw for us to do those events. It's an awesome opportunity to find homes for kitties that sort of need a little bit more supporter understanding if folks are interested in finding out more about the Merrimack River Feline Rescue Society or if they had any follow up questions. How would they do that? Who We have a really nice website which is M. R. F. R. S. Dot Org the acronym for Our Name and that website is. It's like a treasure trove of resources and information and then we have sort of a general email address it's.
"britney fox" Discussed on The Community Cats Podcast
"Her cats into action. Today we're speaking with Britney Fox over Brittany is the shelter director at the Merrimack River Feline Rescue Society and overseas the adoption program. She started volunteering. With 'em are for us in two thousand nine became a part-time staff person in two thousand eleven while working in finance. She was hired fulltime as medical coordinator in two thousand twelve and became shelter director in two thousand fifteen. She's also an active foster home and likes to specialize in critical care cases. She loves all animals domestic and wildlife but is particularly passionate about promoting feline welfare. She currently lives in Maine with her husband. Two children dog and five cats Brit. I'd like to welcome you to the show. Thank you so very much for having me. Well this is family. We're having family day at the community. Cats podcasts as many folks. No obviously that I've had a lot of experience with Merrimack River Feline Rescue Society. It very much involved in very passionate about the organization and Brit has been awesome to stay involved and working hard and providing great leadership for the Organization for it. I WANNA I ask you before coming to us. What made you a cat lover. Well I did not grow up with cats. Most people find that very interesting but I only had dogs and it was a kitten that my aunt found in a parking lot. He was Kinda scratched up and he looked very sad and she. She rescued him and she brought him to the police station in our town and no one claimed him so my husband then boyfriend at the time he said I'll take him and he had never had a pet before in his whole life. So we got this kitten. Neither of US knew what to do. You know we kind of figured it out as we went along and we completely fell head over heels in love with Rupert. He is no longer with us but he really is my inspiration for finding my passion and my career in my life so I have a lot to thank him for from their Robin. I really learned what wonderful intelligent amazing creatures cats are and We wanted to get more involved. We lived in Amesbury at the time and drove by the shelter and we saw the sign and said you know we really. We really got to check this place out and we applied to volunteer. And the rest is history. I did volunteer at the Bangor. Humane society up in Bangor being when I went to college so he had a little bit of shelter experience and so at the time. Janet who is our volunteer coordinator. She said okay. You have experienced right downstairs and into our room at our quarantine room and I was like okay and I I like a challenge that I really like learning so for me. It was an opportunity to do that for cats who I had just recently discovered I loved so much and fell head over heels for shelter medicine working with cats and just really opened my eyes to a whole new world that I didn't know existed so you know it's sort of the rest is history as they say but cats and feline welfare are something that just so truly important to me. And that's why I'm here. So as you discovered the Merrimack River Feline Rescue Society. Maybe share with folks a little bit about the organization and the programs and what makes it different from other organizations. That you've been around. Yes so when I started. I didn't have a great idea of on the animal welfare community and what was going on in other shelters but when I started at the MRI for us. I saw the cats that the shelter were taking care of and it really realized that these are animals that needed a lot of help in a lot of care and really had a wonderful chance to find home and the people who cared for them were so dedicated and committed to not only Finding these animals from home but rehabilitating them before they did that and so the more I worked at the time for us the more I realized that we took in animals stat. Maybe other shelters just didn't know a lot about or didn't have resources to care for. I had interactions early on with feline leukemia. Cats Feline Leukemia kittens. There was a Persian. Kitty named mugs. Who was so sick and he had a lot of problems and I just really realized that. There's a lot of animals and a lot of cats out there that need a lot of help. And that's why the morale for us Was Really special to me. Was that they were taking animals from our community other shelters rescue groups animals that without. Mr For us did not have much of a chance. And so that's really what ignited my passion for taking care of cats and kittens. That just really compromised in need a lot of help. But there's a light at the end of the tunnel that these animals can really live and thrive. So it's really amazing to see that journey and get them there and for us is really committed to helping them along that journey and that that is really super important and special to me so one thing that Mri France has done quite a bit over the years. As as you've mentioned the feline leukemia positive cats. What are the greatest challenges when dealing with feline leukemia positive cats and why is it important that we work so hard to try? Get them adopted. You know I kind of look at the challenges on two major fronts. One of them. Is that the cats are immuno-compromised so when they're coming into shelter which for the most healthy and robust of cats can be a really stressful experience. These kitties have compromised immune systems so that creates an even bigger challenge to keeping them healthy and then on the other side of it is adoption recognizing that we are not necessarily a sanctuary that we are in adoption program for these kitties so we need to work with a ball and work with members of the public to make sure people understand the disease and the disease process. Make sure they understand with these kids need but also show them that these cats look healthy and they look happy because they are when they are not showing signs of their disease and they're sort of in that middle point they look like a regular cat and so many people see that so. It's really nice to be able to show them. These animals have such great quality of life. Just like a regular cat and we can get them a home and you know a family and that they have the ability to live out their years whatever they have left happy and healthy just like a normal cat. So that's why it's really important to find these guys. Homes is their quality of life is typically very good. When they're not showing signs of the disease they just look like a regular cat and they deserve our love and our support just like the other kitties that we take in. Is it common? That many people when they adopt feline leukemia positive cats and then the kitty does pass away. They tend to come back to adopt more. Yeah absolutely we have repeat adopters. Feline Leukemia Cats. I usually tell people I see it. Go two ways. I see people that adopt the Feline Leukemia. Kitties and they lose their first one and they kind of say you know. This isn't for me. I'm GONNA come back and get another kitty but want you know a nonfeeling Kimmy Kitty and of course were sensitive to that but more often than that we get people that come back and they say okay now needs a home and those people really inspire me. Every day. We have a couple of people I can think of off hand to really focus on the feeling that Kimia kittens that don't have even as long a life span as the adults and they really are committed to taking these kittens and giving them a family a home for as long as they have and.
"britney fox" Discussed on Inappropriate Earl
"Okay inappropriate earl is back and we took the holidays off so I could go to Alabama and mingle with the country folk folk and we're back bigger than ever. Thank you Steven peercy. My last guest the lead singer of rats still rat and rolling after forty years and I have the new rat come in And I see their manager having a heart attack right now the introducing them in and certain band members already know did. We're not the next poison We're not the next Britney Fox I always love when I have bans on. Yes we have and they can play more than three records Four lovely world is in the house guys. I want you to introduce yourselves however you would like say what you do in the band and then what we'll get into it. My Name is Cameron Smith and I play the guitar and the drums. I'm Landon Row House and I also play guitar. Michael Gilbert I play Bass and to my right I have the amazing Vicky Hamilton. No you don't have to get the mic to her where she's incognito. It never meant for those of you. Big I sing as you could see. This is going to be as well as the puppet. Podcast we did wish Vicky was responsible or as well Vicky Hamilton Legend in the music. Business she doesn't put her name behind anybody If you've heard of the ban called guns and roses. She's the one that is responsible for their success initially in the days when Adler was patrolling Santa Monica Boulevard doing all kinds of nefarious activities outside the troop door and Little Band called poison who September fifth will be in L. A.. myla crew DEF LEPPARD and how Joan Jett cut on that bill. I'll never know. I guess they needed a check. She's all probably would say I'm not playing with those guys but Oh that's how much I get paid. So lovely world is from South Carolina. You know the middle off and Vicky has put their. I'm excited because it's Nixon North North Carolina which is the home of the nature boy ric flair but we you guys wrestling fans. That's a no that wrestlers their wrestlers senior. The High School St Chant wrestled in high school. He's still state ring every day. Through this a Motley Motley crue. I'm looking at you for. How did you guys first of all get together? Oh well we. We've been boys forever. I think we played baseball together. In Little League sports went to school together. Yeah Cameron only lives like two minutes down the road so he literally just grew up doing random shit together. Yes go working class town and literally the only I guess nobody really played music around us so it was just something new and I what were you know like. I'm obsessed with this boy. Band called the click five You guys probably born right when they were in their glory run but they were all in the musicians institute and grew up together like was it a similar thing in terms of getting together as a band where you guys all liking the same ban As we all sucked we didn't even really got together music. Yeah we were just just like China always get chicks. We figured easiest way to do. It took guitar lessons and I was like nine years old and so later on in high school kid. Hit me up when it was like my brother got a guitar. And I'm thinking about getting drums. Would you want to play with us or whatever and so and so I ended up playing bass for a little while and Landon was showing me how to play chords and stuff like showing me the threats and then pretty much. The very typical garage band settled it was. It's just a joke at first. Like fucking around. Yeah and then people made fun of us. So we're like we might need to get good or something or actually put some effort into this. That's not necessary. There's a lot of answers dance I'm sure he's managed. You know you'll have to anymore you know about to look. Yeah but now I find. It's more about the skill like back then in the glory days of the eighties it was. Can you look like a girl and Yeah Weird we sell now to look like the crack on you. Yeah like dude. His teeth are straight would lose so when you took guitar lessons at nine. Did you see like most guitar players will say they saw Eddie van Halen. No honestly honestly. I did it because my dad was like you should learn. Instrument is too good good skill to have and then I did it for a couple of months and I was like I wanna play in the NFL so my dad. My Dad always supported me like chasing my dreams so he was like well. If that's what you WANNA do do it so I quit playing guitar. And until he hit me up that day and then after that I started watching Youtube video. So I'M A. I'm a proud youtube guitarist. Wait when you say you wanted to play the NFL. How do you want to be a ponder? Like but you're a defensive lineman or something but I realized I was one hundred fifteen pounds and eleventh grade so I was like. Yeah need to find something else to do and then I was there. What did you watch youtube like did you? I don't know tar jams three sixty five martin shorts shorts okay. I don't know who Mardi shorts is. I know Marty Friedman just would look like tutorials for like led Zeppelin covers and guitar type Video Video Tonio me. Yeah Yeah Love Tony. I only do the darkness of Tonio me like. Ah Yeah happy go lucky and what about the drums who was The influence on drums John Bonham. I Yeah incredible drummer but I really love girl. I'm Indian. I love Dave Grohl and his style pizza shed of yeah what is his style. I just started out very punkish meathead. Yeah Mr Trump so hard. He plays with his picks that he he does but he plays with other people's pets too. That's another podcast. That's another story and then base influence on Bass. Let's get I like this. You're the quiet guy. I don't have any influences. I love it. He is influenced your your own infiltrate do I just. I don't really idolize any need basis. Did you how did you learn how to play I went to music school and I just grew up plan. Music is the only one that knows who's like the actual music. Yeah we we're like notes and shit wise like none of us know that ship he knows issue and how this is your first time in Los Angeles right well. We recorded in L. A.. A few months ago but I I'm playing yeah. Harvard stone was our first show. And how did that go fucking dough. It turned out really good. What kind of nurse were you expect? Because allies Musically right. Now it's Kinda Shitty to be honest. This is fun. Everyone's really stranger. That's the it was kind of like a a good thing. Because everyone's so weird that it's like you would think it'd be easily accepted to do something different. You have to really stand out here like you have to actually feel like it's opposite. I feel like you don't really use gotta be yourself and then you stand out different than everyone else here. So it's yeah everybody's trying to be different as well. I mean this is where In Vicki Might correct me on this but this is where you have to come to make in the music. Yeah especially where we're from. There's nothing going on. Yeah there's not a single thing. We finally see people that are like us. I guess there's not A. It's not like that in our hometown. There's not a single venue like a music venue here you got like some fifteen music venues or some shit like never dated more than maybe fifty like. I Dunno like hundreds hundreds but like Hella hometown like we got none some in you. Yeah you gotta go somewhere else. One restaurant has stage upstairs in the South Carolina. Spartanburg splatter. Let me get the name of that so I do they call it a comedy night. Actually maybe we should remind. Oh Yeah we've had some incidents. There is a bottle of Jack. Daniels Got Charles Dragon. So how do you go about practicing and South Carolina is it the typical garage or like shitty should a rehearsal space cranking amps. And just got we. Can their parents actually let us bum their basements. All of our Shit's piled in their basement. And it's a big concrete room but yeah we tear it up there. It'll be three in the morning and they're trying to sleep and they they don't ever stop rocking out. That's one thing that's helped allies having a practice and that's one thing that I think that's kind of a thing about south. I think that's kind of like made are sound is like most bands today. They don't have a place to practice so like practicing. These acoustic really solved the scared to make noise because they have a neighbor like across the wall. Shit like that we have. Since we're in the middle fuck nowhere. We can make loud noise and we can practice that way and it's kind of like become our sound loud and intense and shit like that. It's pretty cool. It's like kind of like where you practice kind of becomes like you're sound and who is the main songwriter. The band I write checks and then house like a song come together then you show to the rest of the band and is different every time either. Sometimes it's like I have like a just like the melodies right now or sometimes they just start from a riff or some shit like that. I think it's like it would be boring as fuck if it was like one. Certain formula for each Song Eh. Time was we literally were just like we're just throwing out ideas and we were just like let's let's just try to have something upbeat so I was like. What about a reflect this down at Dan and then I it's like Oh shit and then that's just came together really fast? Sometimes that happens and then sometimes we'll have an idea and we'll we'll keep going at it and they went like this isn't going one anywhere for whatever. Yeah but usually it. If it doesn't feel good right away then we don't use it because that's a bad sign or something like that and is it just the four of you making I mean. Now how that Vicki's in the mix like I'm assuming she has input into like. Hey this sounds good. Maybe we should do this. But like initially was just you for like a like a coach in South Carolina..
"britney fox" Discussed on SuperTalk WTN 99.7
"That's our Email list and follow us on Twitter at Valentine show. And it's Also Friday. Believe it or not. And we got the real music not the Casio. Jeff Bezos, good. That's right. Thank god. It's. Johny dancing into booth this out. Welcome to our dancing booth. None other than Larry himself. Michael cohen. Yeah. Broken on. Just. Allow me. Just sit down over in the corner. Okay. You're good. Boy. Good. Boy. That's right. Just sit down on the corner of the same guys that we sent on heavy on you. That's right. So Mike, Mike he has a little problem with the truth. And so. Well, we some some boys over them. Shearim up, you know. Maybe make him feel better. That's what we do because he was in so much pain about all of this indictment stuff and investigations and going to jail. So we figured we'd make him forget about all that by breaking his arm. Have something new to think about that's right now, he's concentrating on his armies thinking not a word about going to jail. That's correct. Mike, you, okay. Over them polls. Should we break your leg? He's he's whimpering. He is whimpering, isn't it? Wimpering right in the corner. Valentine, we appreciate the time. You give us here. We've got a little something special for you in the envelope that we left why? Thank you. I appreciate that. And we will be expecting an envelope of our own. You're saying, well, I don't have an envelope. So well that may be problems. Vallon? You may want to start your car tonight. Yeah. May get the get Mikey to give me his doctors number that might be helpful. We had a caller fewer tuned in the last hour. See we can say that. Now, we did the syndicate we could refer to either our now before Rafter because we never knew when the affiliates running out of order or whatever. To call her last hour that said now who does that theme song when you come on every hour because I think it's Britney FOX what's the name in his song girl school girls. And he was adamant you said, no, no perfect knows not this is the song. So this is Britney FOX and girls school, ladies and gentlemen. Boy doesn't sound like Eddie money. No, it doesn't at all. Here we go. Oh, that's a long interlock. We used to love. We could talk. We give weather sports. Oh, yeah. What great vocal? What was that? Can you think the saints? Clean your ears. Is that a woman? Oh, it's called Britney. Fox's a guy. Yeah. Was it the guy from Jane, stop the other day? Oh. It's a typical hairband you. Remember, the hair metal band is called Brittany FOX was not a chick named Britain, Alex, banned, Brittany fog. It's like wet willy. How can you get the Phil? Valentine theme song. It's not the same. I can't even believe somebody. Man, you need to really work on yourself, my friend Eddie money than ours. And mean, Eddie, just like it. We'll play the we'll play yours. Do you have? You know, what it is? Why I got it right here. Okay. You got the intro. This is this is the Phil Valentine I thought. Oh. Listen, if we ever have one of these lawsuits. You know, plagiarism or whatever you don't invite. This got to be on the. I'm just saying that Britney, David. No, that's not not even close to you so adamant, and you know, you said, I know perfect is now it's not all right. Should we tell.
"britney fox" Discussed on The Loudini Rock and Roll Circus
"I don't know that she should necessarily be ended is even like, I know you have to be doing music for certain number of years, which is probably around. She's probably right there on that. Right. Of course. Yeah. I think you have to put in the time and the work like their bands before flapper that are like death leper that probably should be. I mean, I like that deathly, obviously, it's one of my favorite bands. So I'm like all for it. But however, there bands prior to leopard it should be in there. I think that's why I get so mad at the rock and Roll Hall of fame because I'm like, they shouldn't even be on the list yet this ban should be on the list yet there's other bands before that. And I know everybody's gonna say when we got I think motley Crue released been on some sort of a nomination sort of thing at one point of time nineteen Eighty-one they started sort of that whole dirty hair medal sort of thing. I think they should have been on it at least not necessarily in. But at least on a ballot somewhere. I think they were banned. It was influence. In their day. Yeah. I think a lot of bands like Britney, FOX. Somebody's came after. We're definitely, you know, owed owed a lot too. Motley Crue, right? I would say that for sure not even necessarily end, but at least on a ballot somewhere, and I don't know. I just get mad because I feel some of these bands are too soon getting and like I don't leopard this year. I don't really know much about the cure. They're probably around cures been around forever. And that is a band that. Like, I'm kind of with Keith like, I probably wouldn't go out and buy any of their records. But I recognize that like they've been hugely influential tons of Radiohead is influenced by the cure, a lot of people were influenced by the cure, and that Robert Smith is a very interesting guitar player. I mean, he's, you know, and that's another thing. Like, if you're rock, I'm sorry to Qatar has to be a big part with a lot of stuff. Rookie radiohead. Lots did Radiohead. Does. It sounds electron. Ick isn't it's it's Qatar. They're they're they're they're doing different stuff with the stars and stuff like that. To create different sounds very innovative band, very influential. And if we had to have a rock and Roll Hall of fame, apparently, we have to I agree that that was abandoned really important, especially for more current, you know, from what from like nineties on right this when they broke up. Brooklyn. Yeah. You can't be on the ballot less. You have it's twenty five years for..
"britney fox" Discussed on WRKO AM680
"Now the Kunar man is heading back to mornings I will be on morning drive. The Kunar report is moving timeslots. We'll be back on morning drive from six AM to ten A M V B, the virgin, boy, we'll have his own show succeeding mind here on the mid days. It's called the in the middle. He'll be on from noon till three. So we're back Britney. And I where we started morning drive. Okay. Listen now, this is an incredible exchange. He asks about Jim Acosta, Krista weasel Wallace and about his war with CNN. And now remember they're technically supposed to be competitors. Technically, look, the more Trump rips into CNN, the more it's supposed to bolster FOX's credibility. Listen to the weasel Wallace reveal what a bowel the media establishment is that the media elites, it's one big club. An attack on one is an attack on all Rollet Britney. Fox News all the time. But he never said we were the enemy of the people. Well, no, he he didn't talk about the news. I he didn't talk about anything. I'm only saying it very differently than anyone's ever said it before I'm saying fake news false reporting dishonest reporting of which there is a lot. And I know she I know it because I'm a subject of it a lot of people don't know it. But when I explained it till they understand it. And of course, you know, that better than you don't have to sit here and act like a perfect little wonderful innocent angel. I know you too. Well, I knew your father to well. That's not your, gene. But let me tell you look. Some of the coverage of user, and I've set it on the record is biased. But I don't think that they are. But I, but the idea that you call us the enemy of the people calling you I'm talking altogether. I don't understand it. We're all together. No, no, no, not calling. You. I matter when you call. And the New York Times we were in solidarity. Calling fake news fake reporting is what's tearing this country apart because people know people like things that are happening. And they're not hearing about it. Now, this this is a stunning admission play that that part again when you attacks CNN when you attack the New York Times, you're attacking us. This were in solidarity. Just play me that last bit again. Leeann and the New York Times we're in solidarity. Calling fake news fake reporting Warhol wall. Hole. I thought CNN was your competitor weasel. I thought the New York Times was your competitor weasel. He's he he let the cat out of the Bank. He saying, no, no, I don't care for an a ratings war. I don't care if technically FOX is supposed to be conservative. And the New York Times is Ober liberal. It doesn't matter you go after them you're going after me, you're going after us you're going after the establishment media elite, and you don't dare raise your hand against us. I when I saw that. I'm like, look, I know it's true. Everybody knows it's true. But my God, don't admit it. Don't be that arrogant than that stupid. So let me get this straight when he when Trump attacks CNN, he's attacking FOX when Trump is attacking the Washington Post and the New York Times, he's attacking FOX because you guys are all one. They're telling us as nakedly as they can tell us. We are the ruling class we are the elites we are. The establishment you go against one you go against all of us. And we will bring you down and asks for him to say I've sat an on the record some coverage husband bias, really all Chris. Oh, don't go out on a limb bear, Chris. Oh, no, really. You mean some of it just a little bit. It's been biased. No, Chris come on tough-guy. Whoa. When have you heard the broadcast networks CNN MSNBC, the New York Times, I could go on? The booming economy historic low unemployment African American unemployment at record low let Tino unemployment record low female women unemployment at a fifty year, low ISIS has been destroyed decapitated one of you ever seen them. Right. Any stories like this. And this guy is trying to tell us stars. Just a media coverage. Are you just don't like the coverage? No, you guys are lying. I wanna call you out for lying. All of a sudden, you tell me, well, you go after CNN you're going after me. So here's honestly if I was the president I'd say hold on. So you're defending CNN. Okay. When I talked to my talk you fine weasel. You are fake news. So please get out. I don't give interviews to the fake news media. I wanna cut him off at the knees right on the spot. My question now to you is this double barrel question. Number one is Trump. Right fake news. Does it exist? And are they out to get him? And number two, Chris the weasel lawless goes after the president did it succeed for as it blowing up in FOX's face. Are you losing confidence in Fox News after? Hearing Wallis.
"britney fox" Discussed on The Loudini Rock and Roll Circus
"Okay, that's cool. And then on the other side Zach like didn't even care about guitar for the longest time like he he played when he was eight years old, but he didn't care about it until high school. So I'm looking into things like that also their catalog Zach is obviously done a lot more. He had like. Fourteen albums with black label society eight with Ozzy when with pride and glory one with Zak Sabbath, which whatever to solo. And then flash I have all these notes. You know? Slash played with guns N roses, right and on and Zach play with Ozzy. I mean, two of the biggest powerhouses in rock, slow, Ozzie and guns and roses. I mean, like, you know. To them. And I think in terms of like in terms of like equality of career, very similar, very similar. They are. And then I also looked at the things like who they worked with like, for example slash Michael Jackson, Carole king. Alice Cooper, Lenny Kravitz old older bastard ICP, and then we all know his ackward with doing like even go through the list. Actually, he worked with Britney, FOX. He did he he was on. Mary axe Mus Fosse lead guitar darkest days for porn star dancing, which is one of my favorite drunken stupor songs dance. God, right. And they were both on guitar hero as themselves and you can win those characters. I've played both games. So I have all that to go by, but and I'm leaning more towards one than the other. But I don't know. I have to hear what everyone else. Well. Well, here's an interesting piece of trivia, the not a lot of people now. Okay. When zip is he straddling left guns and roses? Zach was considered. As the replacement. Really? Yes, they brought him out. They jammed with him and. Ozzie called we want to do another tour and another album, you know, and he's like why? And and get that that at that point guns and roses didn't quite have their shit together. Terms of what they were gonna do. And so he's like, well, I gotta go play with Ozzy. Like, you know. No is you can't I'm going to wait. You know? And so so that that's a bit of an interesting too. And there's a great interview with Zach wildly talks about that. He has a ultimate he has. He has a lot of respect for slash they've jammed. They they know each other, you know, everybody in the in his business. I think knows each other. Trivia. Slashes real name is Saul Hudson. And he was born in England. Did you also know how he got the name slash tell me about how it got the name slash? 'cause I have that information. Gonna find it here. Given the name slash by Seymour Cassel, the actor because he was always in a hurry zipping from one thing to another. Yes, isn't isn't David Geffen like a an uncle of his or he is some relation to David Geffen. So wasn't. I mean, yes, they had to he had to get a band together. And they had to be good and everything, but he did have a little in. He did have a lot of flash. A lot of ins. We like where he grew up in his parents were and the people that they knew and stuff like that way. Keith, what did you think of L revolver? And they were cool. The dave. You know, both respected bands. They were, you know, foreign Brahma name, you know, made a go of it had a Michael around there. And they both they sounded like both bands. I mean, it was A a. little bit grungy. And they had some guns roses personality in there, all the and it's stuff while in vocal style. You know, obviously bring you back to the ninety s p p runs, you know, sound of. Yeah. I mean, I remember seeing them live once they were Good. good. Remember was. Anything the next day? The only thing I remember my ears were bleeding they allow, but I've no idea while they were they wear. They you are we were at the same show. We didn't know little icy amphitheater into ten. Yeah. Loud. That was like I'm hearing loud music through my years, but that show out to me is weren't allowed to I've ever heard my life necessarily..
"britney fox" Discussed on The Eddie Trunk Podcast
"Look at now, look at what happens. They give them a drink the night, a three finger poor metal. By the way, look, I got nothing. I'm only hosting the show what you know, get no respect you, but we say, what we, he and I have done many times of this joint is we have like we like men's metal Mondays and we will get a booth and we will. There's only there's only two rules. We discuss a lot of things in great detail which we cannot share with you because you have to be very honest. And you know, in his own, you have to be brutally honest. And we tell them the two games that we are the best and they are brutal room and he and I could not do them publicly for fear of the repercussions. But privately, they rule tell the game, oh, there's a to you at home metal fans along. Can play along. So there's two games once called MVP weak link. So you take any banned in the history of the rock band, your garage band that you're in. It can be the Rolling Stones and you have to pick the MVP of the band and the weak link of the band. And the rules are very simple. You can't opt against. There's no week Lincoln's up lament. You have to pick somebody. It's like it's really, really, really, really tough. And what's really fun is when I turn it around, Tom say, all right, let's do it for rage against the machine. He won't do rule is the band's people out of respect to the people were other people that are at the outer bands we will never make because it's like picking on your kids yet. Never make them do your own bets direct. So I could never ask you rage audience, ever profits. That wouldn't be cool. That's correct. But every other ban every fair game bear game than the other other game is called a mount Rushmore where you take like the top four in any category. So it could be the top four worst hair metal solos. It could be anything like the top four frontman of all time. We've. We've had some big tussles about this guy is his taste sometimes suspect. Oh my God. Wait a minute. Now, time suspect. Wait a minute. Now, I think you had Brittany FOX too high in one of our know how could they ever be too high. Yes, we do have a great time here in something tells me we're seeing one up for tonight as well. Have a great time cheese. So what's going on you just fortunately you couldn't do the tour with the. Yeah, with talk to Matt yesterday. Yeah. Today's his birthday draw a line and he's going to the doctor. You're gonna voice check to see how he's, but that'd be a bum, very disciplined, love venture. I've unfold and we were set to go out with profits all summer in the US and do that tour. But I understand if you're have a severe problem with your voice, you can't sing. It's totally cool. And so we hope we wish him. Well, we have a new province of rate song called heart afire. I've got my project call the atlas underground, which is coming out in October, which is a big collaborative record. Yeah, but wait a minute. Let me stop you on that second. You got this record coming out. I saw the press release. I saw Morillas. Got solar, could coming out. It's all I got all excited. I didn't see any mental guys on there. I've been one, there's one metal. And they're gonna miss to me. Well, you. I wanted to see you core collaborate with Britney FOX. Or slaughter. We're saving that for version. Well, we're trying to do is create a new kind of mental. That's really what I'm really. Yeah. As part it's like it's create like an alloy of like my Marshall stack, analog riff tackler rock power with with some of my favorite artists in other John. So the ideas to metal up in a number of different. Okay. So this is this is a rock records for big rock records, huge rock. Okay. But it has it has it has elements of idiot, like it's got from, you know, from Mumford and sons to knife party to base nectar. One of the things I found in in some of those heavy, you know, not that bees idiom and some of the heavier, but they're huge fans alike tool and rage against the machine..
"britney fox" Discussed on PURE ROCK RADIO Originals
"The king podcasts finally updating dudes that's right last month maybe to the podcasts have not been posted but they are currently updating from this past week some of the recent shows that have been recently podcast include our little tribute we did with robin crosby and the debut album of britney fox turning thirty years old that was recently posted as well as the thirty year anniversary show we did of eight went to and long cold winter from cinderella course it's van halen's one to the thirty five year anniversary of the us festival that podcast has been updated as well and a few others so check out the most recent king has podcasts that have been updated deeds as you know as july fourth weekend always keeping to our annual july fourth independence day petri dishes of king as as bring out some patriotic metal tunes from the era of hair that's what we got going this hour not much else as i mentioned our one this hour will be doing the birthday hedge flock usually do it now three this week we're going to do it in our to do that shortly we do have a six pack thrash attack i should say a patriotic six pack thrash attack so get ready for that much later on the show we do have a pitching flashback segment for this week so we will be going back to see what happens if you can history in our three to have pitching flashback track that fits our theme which is fourth further do let's kick off hour number two of our patriotic july fourth edition of king hash it's time to raise your l yeah the shock rocker and self else cooper petri iraq people stomach that's been the way we see russia feel to the where it's always morning in america even the afternoon he'll to the king baby gift certificate by return nail right away.
"britney fox" Discussed on Inappropriate Earl
"I saw geico commercial and it's the one where the older slightly older lady heavier set crashes into the garage asher and i looked at that girl i know her and just ten minutes i like going my head like just videos and pictures and just going through everything in my head and then it heavy wow she was the teacher and the brittany fox video girl school that's funny i found her name i think just google britney fox yeah yeah and of course you can find anything on the internet somebody had her name i and i said well i wanna she's on twitter and she was on twitter she only had like you know seven eight hundred followers right and i reached out to her and she got back to me she said i listened to episodes of your pockets to thirty that's funny to me it's like are you kidding it's that who's asking interview you twenty seventeen like a united said i'll be totally respectful i it's right you know this podcast is called inappropriate or but it's not that bad really i don't think i asked too many wacky questions and think it's not that bad and at the same but the same time i guess you admire her for sticking to her guns like like i i meghan religious person it's possible you know but it's also like you can't be that put off by anything i said well no no no no but you know she wouldn't but it just goes to show you get told no all the time really oh yeah this is the most famous person what's the biggest no from a celebrity that really bummed you fuck i really wanted to interview them well i really wanna interview peter horton i'll wow who you know if you're in your forties or maybe late thirties he was no him he was well i tweeted at them again yesterday because he once again he was in the episode he played a gay student in the white shout no shit oh my god that's that's p that's the do side out and he was in this show called brimstone shell pfeiffer probably yeah era where he he would've definitely dated michelle pfeiffer spain michelle pfeiffer in greece to sad news to report from hollywood today the teacher from greece to tab hunter a gay icon died no crank up reproduction dude hell in greece two very underrated well you know it just how do you follow up grease you can't follow up greece but i thought if you're going to they did the best job possible terrible i was talking today with someone about why the outfield the ban yeah didn't have a maybe like a longer career arc in two fantastic giant hits what that was the problem i think the video and the song your love which still gets played today on most radio stations they just it was too big to say say a good one too the only was raped fucking but you're right like how do you it's yeah every time you cry all the love in the world that's why it's so like it's extra amazing when you have when a ban can have like ten or twelve your love's right make it just like fuck how did they do that jesus christ that's pretty fucking impressive that they just kept some momentum going you know they followed it up with an even bigger song or you know i mean it's just like jovi data tony with affected the beatles i mean i know that's example but jeez i mean any ban would have been happy with i wanna hold your hand being the only song they ever wrote and they had like fifty more of them after that place is nothing like that's fascinating how you just that talented of a songwriter i mean really probably well you know we're at the hour mark now shit want people to go over die tunes yeah we're gonna end the facebook live portion of the is jerry plug your shit oh hey man yeah my website jerry roach comedy dot com.
"britney fox" Discussed on PURE ROCK RADIO Originals
"Final hour king rock out one more hour to eighties early nineties i'm your king stacks final hour king has we've got to hear followed by the perth day also you music today byu kingdom hedge premier later our t snyder that's right now coming out details why don't we get to the beer towards end of the show we'll check out what happened this week in history pitching flashback segment also later on details out of catch rebroadcast and the podcast of king hatch also this show we've been honoring one of eighties air medals tar legends robbin crosby passed away past week sixteen years ago so it's not a big number not like tenure of like last fifteen or sixteen each hour we played some select wet teenage is also this week is thirty year anniversary of fox's db album so we've been playing songs from that album throughout the show and honor of that thirty year anniversary so we'll get to some britney fox here in a bit as i mentioned at the top of each hour on of rob crosby got some rat roll for you playing something obscure here should have released this as a single this was a cool track right here get on the phone got me kickoff ready ready ready hey guys had shirts came in here two coli shirts back that's no shirt no shoes learn live he'll to the king baby thanks okay on fellas sounding great little cow hail to the king baby kleiner he'll to the king baby.
"britney fox" Discussed on PURE ROCK RADIO Originals
"Seven the what why don't know the value healthier any now with mighty peel to the king baby fun texas britney fox there as we celebrate the thirty year anniversary of that app on their debut album doing a fullfledged celebration here in king pash but you know let's play tracks from that album to thirty anniversary grand scheme things wasn't like a huge success but for that band for debut album purdy fricken good fun attacks fox find out that album bitch flashback in our three please bees before that when the brains got the balls and sprint role tough remember crosby on this show is about the top the only for moat smoked if you got him got nice that joint rolled the ball to go the seeing that's ball around or joint whichever grab some more skis cold ones come on back got a lot more pitching medal and party get to when we return to our number three right here in the kingdom of hash hail to the king baby wired tour live free tickets now i'm driving dan rutz w on a hot.
"britney fox" Discussed on Inappropriate Earl
"Thank you for being a fan i hope you listen to this what try to be respectful to your daughter so can unfortunately while the nfl you know it's uh respectful earl at slip the name and i really should be i i had a uh you know i get told no lot by celebrities on this i tweeted i just tweeted saying hey will you come on my high ass like jacks from bander pump rules allows me and i love him new episode the new season starts tonight on uh bravo and butler in about an hour i think jacks taylor big fan uh but i get turned down a lot on this podcast i saw a gaiko commercial with the teacher from the brittany fox video girls school now britney fox basically diet cinderella uh back in the day and a cycle gold brittany fox girl school video teacher her actual name came up i reached out to her on twitter and she told me now ha and i said listen i'm a big fan of you that video and i i would love to interview an actress she's been basically active in hollywood for forty years and she got back to me and she's like you know i listen to a few episodes you'll to dirty for may uh but i really send she did listen i appreciate her getting back to me i was bombed out that she said no because i i a message or second dem's i listen i know it's called inappropriate or all but i'm actually very respectful i really want to talk about that video and she's a guy that was a long time ago that really was a small part of my career i i don't really want to talk about that video uh let's respectable her nydia not that i you know i could tell she just wasn't a fan of my comedy uh but she did get back to me so i appreciate that but you know i like to do it interesting guest uh georg have any show's coming up you want to plug yeah actually have a show at the clubhouse in nap plus placentia.