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Fresh update on "bruce" discussed on Scene N Nerd
"Closing out ark for for this season And we'll see what the finale right. It seemed like there was a put a minute watching it was like damn like the bat family eastern dry like argus. We got we got. Yeah i mean they were just up all of their name drops before they get out of golf. Yeah the pretty much. Pretty much i mean. It was a so many like little. Easter eggs dropped during that during finale and You know russell. Gould with the lazarus edson. I mean this is demanded. I was a few episodes earlier. Especially with dick being resurrected through to let lazarus fit but there will two different But the argus the argus with you know. I i was okay with it You know we we. We've had over version of argus we've had Now the suicide squad in dc. You said it was only a matter of time before we got it on the hbo max dc shows And and it was the way they introduced it. And and and showing how how speedy is is het is as part of that organization now Which was a nice tie in I it worked for two story. Given the gdp was was so corrupt. So i thought that was a good way to introduce them into the into the series this way but You know there's some good fight sequences you know like like always. I will say the pike where fiesta the shows. Pretty though you know for. I mean it's not. It's not sean. Gee i mean no but but it's but it's not it's not You know legends tomorrow either. So don't even watch legends of tomorrow. I have one shows we watch. Okay okay. well it's not flash for yager few so but yeah it was. Yeah i thought yeah. Yeah we got red hood we you know we got closure with jason. And and bruce. Why did he go back to the girl. I don't know that's that's one of those hanging threats. Let me basically the way they set things up with with with with jason is he's gonna he's gonna end up in san francisco. Yeah and and. That's the only reason why i didn't go back to the girl. But that's what they should have done to make it more of a mystery and also another hanging thread. We still don't get anything about this. Whole donna comes back to life in instantly saves bruce. Are you freaking kidding. Me writers. I need closure for that sequence that make any sense little and if i binged the season wish i would never do i would. I would still be like okay. This this scene the sequence does not make any sense. I still yeah i i yeah i thought about it i i go back every rewatch and that's still you're right. It does seem it may be gets back to the earlier seasons because through and just were such were so adversarial at the lack of trust that it it that this was the the the the the least likely person that that would that would say. Bruce is the one who actually did save him from from himself when he tried to commit suicide now it. I'm not buying it once Tim drake is now officially on the team..
"Audience of One" Bruce Baum Bonus Show # 24 - burst 1
"Bruce bruce. Thanks for joining us today. I hear you have a little funny to share with the crowd. Yes i do it by the way you've got the best saudi important world. This happened on hollywood squares match our and at the end of the show they let you pick one of the celebrities and you come out and whatever the the jackpot is up. You try to win. At this point it was thirty thousand dollars. Wow that was a few ten consecutive letters. Like you might start me and then go from c. tearing you'll get one clue and they have to say the word you're trying to get them to say that they get all ten they win thirty thousand well on this particular day. The guys who ended up winning. He's got a beard and he's got a cat. And he's telling steve al and a couple of other stars backstage that he works for the cia and that he monitors foreign stuff out of turkey. And we're like whoo. That's kind of cool but in the back of your mind you're not supposed to carry you there in the
New York Post Reports Joe Biden Is Flooding Suburbs With Illegal Aliens
"New York Post Miranda Devine who is unbelievable Jack more fat Kevin Sheen Christopher dowski and Bruce Golding Biden is secretly flying underage migrants into New York in the dead of night Aren't you sick and tired of government operating this way ladies and gentlemen under cover of dark Without the American people even knowing what's taking place If you've been reading the Washington compost or New York slimes you wouldn't even know about any of this Plain loads of underage migrants are being flown secretly into suburban New York Here's my first question Who is deciding where the illegal aliens go Who is deciding where they go Somebody's making that decision and I guarantee it's right out of The White House It's probably Ron klain Our Susan Rice or one or the other Malcontents and reprobates They're clearly trying to affect the suburbs clearly trying to turn Texas in Florida This is a disgrace And why the Republicans don't at least draw up articles of impeachment I will never know I will never
Byram gets first NHL goal, Avalanche beat Blackhawks 4-2
"The avalanche scored three times in the game's first nine minutes opening their season with the fortitude decision over the Blackhawks that early advantage made things easy for netminder Darcy Kemper who made thirty two saves in his Colorado debut a lot of fun to finally play a real game of this group sh you know a lot of talent in this locker room so it's fun to be a part of them are always fun to have to start off with a big win with the season I'm just going to keep building now Jack Johnson Gabriel Landeskog and Bowen Byram each beat Marc Andre Fleury to give the avs the early three nothing lead well Nazim Kadri added a fourth goal in the second period much to the delight of the sellout crowd at ball arena Bruce Morton Denver
Ravens knock Broncos from unbeaten ranks with 23-7 rout
"The ravens were in control throughout in a twenty three to seven victory over Denver both teams are three and one when Baltimore quarterback Lamar Jackson so the Broncos committed to stopping the run he took advantage completing twenty two of thirty seven passes for three hundred sixteen yards and a touchdown watch the the alarm back is actually you know he really gave away how close they is on we had a lot of scrimmage the linebackers right behind the defence Alonso is like you know they want to stop Iran and watched a film over and over again but I would have to be when you type a passage dis P. calls and we did end up I have success the Broncos not only lost their first game in four starts but quarterback teddy Bridgewater didn't return after being evaluated for a concussion at halftime Bruce Morton Denver
NLRB: College football players are employees, can unionize
"The national labor relations board has declared college athletes in money making sports to be employees of their schools the statement came in a nine page memo from the NLRB's top lawyer general counsel Jennifer a bruise rights the freedom to engage in far reaching and lucrative business enterprises makes players at academic institutions much more similar to professional athletes who are employed by a team to play a sport while simultaneously pursuing business ventures to capitalize on their fame and increase their income Bruce also threatened action against schools conferences and the NCAA if they continue to use the term student athlete she says the term was designed to obscure the employment relationship with college athletes and discourage them from pursuing their rights the guidance could lead to expansive rights for players to unionize in negotiate over their working conditions I'm Ben Thomas
"bruce" Discussed on Set Lusting Bruce: The Springsteen Podcast
"Drastic can't tarnish his reputation by putting out new material. You don't like it. That's why that's your choice. But there's not a tarnish their with him stretching his creative muscle and giving us new material wealth. And so i do think it's funny and as a kind of caption of some of the things that are frustrating. May and i promise we won't get political but there is a divide in this country. That is very hard. And i was talking to someone i said. Holy i said we've got people arguing not good naturedly waves of sways. I mean i will be waves to the you pull the dying gun out of my cold. Dead hand really. Why do you care much about a word in a song service but overall most the phantom and so you wanted to talk a little bit about the fan base And i agree. Ninety nine percent of these roll the fans. It's how i've been able to do over seven hundred episodes. It's how i was told. And i can't find proof of that but someone deemed me this weekend and said that one of the bruce's twitter accounts re tweeted. My hey i'm looking for guests and i'm like really because i couldn't find it but i will tell you i've had like over one hundred people follow me on twitter and i have. I have shows dow book to november of people wanted to activate. Yeah so So were there were several recent fake springsteen accounts yes so maybe they thought it was You know of course what junior said you know my buddy who Does the how many podcasts. With me that think. Santa claus is coming to town is versus number one song. He said the intern. That runs bruce's twitter account accidentally re tweeted it and then caught themselves and then deleted it really quickly but before that intern caught it a few people saw. That's and i'm like okay. That i could say that works. That works Yeah is there. You mentioned out you know.
Amtrak train that derailed was going just under speed limit
"The investigation has started into the deadly Amtrak train derailment over the weekend in Montana the train derailed along a gradual curve D. L. locomotive recorder has given us the speeds of somewhere between seventy five and seventy eight miles per hour NTSB vice chairman Bruce Landsberg says that is below the speed limit the train has a black box that records everything going on there's also video we have experts that are studying the camera footage frame by frame to make sure that we see exactly what the engineer saw or maybe didn't see the results of video from a freight train that went over the same track before the derailment I'm a Donahue
Giants top Rockies 7-2 for 100th win, hold onto NL West lead
"For home runs lifted San Francisco to a seven to two win over the Rockies with the victory the giants reach the one hundred when mark for the eighth time in franchise history manager Gabe Kapler we got to be on our game every single night it is a good good point should should reflect on what we accomplished and how many different players and staff people in your organization contributed to getting strapped up also because the Dodgers won an Arizona LA remains one game behind the National League west leaders the giants went in front for good in the sixth when Brandon belt broke up a two two tie with a solo Homer San Francisco scored four more in the seventh highlighted by a three run home run from like you Stransky Bruce Morton Denver
Pujols hit in 10th, Dodgers beat Rox, stay close in NL West
"The Dodgers continue their torrid stretch run this after they went ten innings to defeat Colorado five four because first place San Francisco beat San Diego LA remains a game behind the giants for Los Angeles the game winning run came across on a single by pinch hitter Albert pull hoes who stood on first base and happily waved to fans you know you're not gonna have long enough to enjoying it so it was a big game right there you know and and then I just when the temperature the tribe is a good be sure your washer which is still about a whole host is big base hit came off loser Julie's just seen but when went to Kenley Jansen the save to LA Spezia the Dodgers have won nine of their last ten Bruce Morton Denver
They Call Us Justin Chon
"Hello and welcome to another dish. They call us bruce. An unfiltered conversation about what's happening in asian america. I feel you. And i'm jeff yang and once again we have a fantastic guest on this episode. Somebody who's an old friend of ours over the podcast. And who has just evolved into one of those interesting attorneys filmmakers creators actors writers in the business of asian american filmmaking and that is justin chon who has a new film coming out blue by you which we have seen and i'm just so deeply my feels. I just. I q much to talk about that. I can almost like talk Welcome welcome to the show. Welcome thanks guys. Thanks is so great evac back on with you guys. You know. I just first off. I want to say that this has been some kind of a ride for asian americans. You know There was a time when felt like we couldn't tell any story is truly not them the way we wanted them to and when we did they had to be a certain kind of story over just the last a three four years. We started more idiosyncratic and yet really masterful new kinds of of narrative exploring explaining and just giving experiences around very different ways of being asian american and blue by us is right up there In in that world of like the minorities so just wanted to give you props for that and maybe ask bit. What the origin story in some ways of of this film. Was you know what i mean. You know Being asian american we all know. Adopt these you know it's I'm sure we all know that. Adoption originated the idea of international. Adoption originated in south korea after the korean war. And you know the whole family went there and the kids off the streets or whatever the case that needed families place a nice christian families in the united states and over the years become a big business in and you can't tell an asian narrative that's inclusive without including that storyline Without including that experience in this in this country So you know i. I'm friends quite a few adoptees and and I've grown up with few. And i started hearing that this was taking place at adopted. These were being imported in. I thought it was absolutely shocking.
Religion & Divorce With Author Amy Pettyjohn
"So one of the common questions that i receive. I think i get a message or to every single week from particularly a woman who says that she is in this really unhealthy relationship but it goes against everything that she was raised to believe about marriage. In that a lot of times i even here like there's family members who were in ministry and have just you know said that bill shun her if she gets a divorce. So let's just i kick it off and if you can share like your own religious background and what role it played in the decision that you made sure and i relate so much to those kind of messages because that was me. I was raised to believe that the worst is never an auction. Never an option and that god heat sports and so when i got into a marriage full of just sexual immorality and lies in i just felt stocker felt like there was still no way out because versus never option and so i stayed for a really long time and i just stuck there and so it took me a long time to get to a point of understanding. God's love means for me and grace and mercy and what the bible really says about marriage and divorce and that there is a way out of fat and so it took me while to get here. But once i got here and i really aged discovered. God's grace infirmity loves me doesn't want me to be a maximum of situation able to have that freedom. Did you have any external pressures trying to talk you out of getting a divorce. Oh absolutely yes you know. It's funny when you're in a church situation. You can be an addict alcohol. But you can't have problems in your marriage and interpret and that happens so often so there's really nowhere to go so you kind of keep a lot of things secret anytime keep you know what's happening in your marriage to yourself but also when i did start talking about divorce absolutely there was some pressure and i know my parents show kathy talking about this by parents. Were big part of that pressure. Being wanted me to stay. When the day i filed for divorce got a phone call from them and it will and it's just as hard. My parents and i went through a lot of bruce together in my
Chris Rodriguez Jr. Named SEC Co-Offensive Player of the Week
"If you saw the game on saturday night between missouri and kentucky. You saw a lot of chris broderick against junior monster game. The co offensive player of the week in the sec and he joins us now from lexington. First of all chris congratulations. I know you're team. You wanna move ahead but man what a what a performance it was fun it a good one. Let's let's go back in and that was a huge game. Everyone knew how important it was for the cats to beat missouri Take us through the week of preparation. We head coach on thursday night. And it i'd say you guys were ready to play that that would be the understatement of the year sir so throughout the we just knew that we had abba chip on our shoulders because last year you know we felt we were prepared but our energy just wasn't there so we felt like we all wanna coaches told us like. Are you going to let them out play you. Are you going to let them out. Execute you and we knew we couldn't let that happen again so we went in with the mindset that we had to go in this game of wanna ask you about that because fans like like the folks that i talked to her every day we get. We get hung up on what happened last year and and and wonder often whether it carries over but coach stage said the exact same thing i mean. How do you eighty psychological here transfer. How do you transfer that bad feeling into you does it. Does it affect the way you practice. Prepare because you're you're supposed to be dealing with the techniques of it. I mean motion is part of football. But i'm really curious how that affects you as a player so one We had a video from last year where they showed beauvoir sidelines. I think kelvin. Joseph have made a good tap on the sideline and then they were getting Hype and they showed are sidelined. Dolphins was obvious on the bench or whatever and we were just sitting. There are cheering or nothing. You know he showed us that video in it. Obviously practice a lot harder throughout the week.
FBI Releases Documents on Possible Saudi Involvement in 9/11 Attack
"As america commemorates the twentieth anniversary of nine eleven this weekend the f. b. i. is releasing newly declassified documents from its investigation all those years ago monica album now on what the bureau says about a possible saudi government connection to the attacks. The fbi released a sixteen page report examining possible connections between the nine eleven terrorist and the saudi government but it contained no conclusive evidence. The investigative record is the first in a batch of declassified documents ordered by president biden after mounting pressure from families who lost loved ones on september eleventh like brett eagleton whose father bruce died that day yesterday was really big win for us because it substantiates what. We've been saying all along. The heavily redacted report describes a november twenty fifteen interview with an unidentified man in frequent contact with saudi nationals in the us who investigators say provided quote significant logistic support to two of the hijackers in the lead up to nine eleven. The kingdom has long denied any role in the attacks which kicked off america's longest war one. The president continues to defend ending. So people think was time to get out of afghanistan but the flip it is. They didn't like what we got out. But it's hard to explain to anybody. How could you get out.
US Marks 20 Years Since 9/11, in Shadow of Afghan War's End
"Twenty years after the September eleventh attacks the US commemorates with a ceremony at ground zero that included family members of those killed three presidents and Bruce Springsteen among the performers why didn't Obama and Clinton stood side by side somberly at the national September eleventh memorial the president left the speaking to family members like Michael Lowe who lost his daughter Sarah a flight attendant on one of the hijacked planes that hit the towers are fine sustenance and a continuing appreciation all of those Bruce rose to be more than ordinary people at a father's pride in his daughter's selfless acts in the last moments of her life another speaker Springsteen who performed I'll see you in my dreams regardless of phone brother and sister most of the almost three thousand people that died on nine eleven were in New York at ground zero I'm Julie Walker
Can We Trust the U.S. Institutions That Provide Intelligence Briefings?
"So adam schiff who walks out of closed intelligence briefings to tweet out things. He heard to the media bodies behind closed doors. He says you can't trust. Donald trump with intelligence briefings. Let me take back issue from that clown. And just turn it into a serious question for you greg and know you other guy who dealt with the russia hooks the witch hunt can we trust the institutions that are providing the intelligence briefings. I've had very serious guests in studio form officers. Say the doj is done the f. is done send in the us marshals take it apart brick-by-brick and rebuild it because they are so corrupt. What is greg. Jarrett's response to the state of the machinery of justice and intelligence in america. Well you know in. The intelligence community is sort of an oxymoron right And look i. I know a lot of i was talking to a former. Cia senior operations officer just a few hours ago. Today is an incredibly bright man. And he he's disgusted with Some of the intelligence that emanates from our agencies An adam schiff. Of course you know. It's pretty rich for him to be talking about a trust. In that vein. Our institutions are only as good as the people who occupy those institutions and agencies and departments. In when you've got people like adam schiff as a member of congress in either when you've got people like James comey andrew okay. Peter struck Lisa page bruce. John brennan james clapper will of the people who perpetrated the greatest hoax in american history on its people and sought to drive of president from office simply because they disliked tim and made up a infamous lie about him. You know those are untrustworthy individuals. They have demeaned in defamed and made a mockery of the agencies and departments that they were the head of and deeply involved in
Honoring the Heroes of 9/11
"Red eagleton was fifteen when his dad. Bruce was overseeing the redevelopment of a shopping mall at the bottom of the world trade center when the plane hit he called the say he was fine and would evacuate once. He helped his employees. Get out at the nine eleven memorial massive. We had for a few weeks after nine eleven. Someone came up to my mother and said i'm alive today because of what your husband did. He's really something to be proud of. But at the same time. I think this side of us wishes that he just walked out the front door like a lot of other people did that day. Ten people bruce eagles in supervised made it out. He did not. You know it's been really tough because it's a bittersweet memory of my dad. He had every opportunity that he could've building. It's almost you know the selfish part of me wonders. Why didn't he just get out. But then now the proud part of us is you know he really did. I hear that day. The eagleton's are among eleven hundred families who share an unwanted bond. Their loved ones died at the world trade center but have not been formally identified. We've never recovered him Not not even a trace. Many of the human remains recovered in the wreckage were damaged by jet fuel and fire but the new york city office of the chief medical examiner made a solemn promise to identify as many as possible in the last two decades dna technology has improved and forensic scientists are still trying. My family along with many other families are still waiting on remains to be found now again added to the pain and misery. That day is that we're still waiting for word but at some point sort of just have to make a decision to accept. The fact that he's lost
Estrada, Gausman Lead Giants Past Rockies, 10-5
"Despite getting to town at one thirty AM after playing the previous night San Francisco woke up and belted four homers in a ten to five victory two of those long balls came off the bat of tyro Estrada manager Gabe Kapler both of them were were were crushing probably home runs in any ballpark including ours and obviously it's always nice to know for sure your course the other two home runs were solo shots from Derren rough and buster Posey both in the first inning off Colorado starter and loser Kyle Friedland Kevin Gusman went seven strong innings to get the win for a giants team that remains one game ahead of the Dodgers in the tight end L. west race Bruce Morton Denver
Rocking at the Rose Bowl: UCLA Upsets LSU
"Bruce you had a a i would say you know even better than front row seat for one of the more Eventful results from saturday. You were the sideline reporter for lsu ucla. You've been telling us for months that. Ucla was gonna be this much improved physical team. I was very skeptical. I think most people were skeptical though. That's exactly what they went and did to. Lsu what was it like. There are at the rose bowl. Stu my ears are still ringing from last night It was a really fun atmosphere. I know a lot of people. Don't last week notice. There's so many empty seats at the rose bowl when they played hawaii and they kind of just kind of smirk at at the vibe around the rose bowl and the place was Was basically packed and there was a bunch of lsu fans but it wasn't. I won't point. I thought it was gonna be fifty. Fifty was probably seventy five. Twenty five or so Ucla but it was really good energy in the building. I thought from our meetings. We went to practice on friday. Just a lotta confidence about what they they feel like. They have become at ucla and chip. Kelly told us we gotta remember the for context when he first got there they had sixty three players go through spring. They had one hundred fifteen this year and the the first year at fifty seven scholarship guys may be seven. Scholarship offense alignment now. They're well over eighty scholarship guys. It's just it built to this. And so i think like you. Lsu it was really interesting. Tommy moffitt is lsu strength coach. And he's been at lsu for a long time but before that he was at tennessee. He's been around some big big time programs and he said he was while they are a really good-looking football team watching them. More mob
Who Is Shang-Chi? A Review of Marvel's Latest Blockbuster
"Who is chunky. And why should we care about him so strong. She has like pretty unique origins. As as it goes for marvel characters he was created by steve englehart and gemstar. Lynn in nineteen seventy. Three james stalin's the same guy that Creative thanos who who were all very familiar with absolutely inevitable. He really came. This came at the height of the phenomenon as sweeping across america after the success of daycare. Deans kung-fu series on abc. Which actually was the inspiration for this character. And really like after bruce. Lee's enter the dragon calms in like that really skyrockets. His his popularity in shanxi capitalizes off of that but at least for for the characters origins well like it was really unique character because he was built around his father and his father was a character that was licensed property off of Sacks roamers fu manchu. Who is as you likely now. Very very problematic figure and one of the most prolific Really pulp villains of the twentieth century. So this character really grows From that origin from that kind of lens of being for like a white audience at a time when they're just trying to go off of this this really craze of kung fu.
"bruce" Discussed on Something to Wrestle with Bruce Prichard
"You're good to you'll get a juicy lucy lucius in loop that's aka last name lucy. Oh wow It's gonna wrestling historian. Lost the now. How it bruce pritchard have ended the interview storyline differently. You know to ecorse by that point. It was a dog union to put a bullet in it. But we never really saw a final in w i mean there was no finale. There was no blow off w. or the wwf. What would you do differently if you could give a proper death funeral to the in wwl. First of all would made the end of ios big as they did of course never would have had like everyone in the world in virgil In the n. w. o. I think that if you had left it to three people possibly four but really truly if it was just hall nash and hogan would have been ideal at the right time the three of them explode and you go back out to the red and yellow and the go often either thing but i would have had hogan come out of that victorious going back to the red and yellow red is. Did you get a lot to say on this. Chris wants to know. When undertaker taped his hands up and sat a guerrilla for wrestlemania fourteens main event. What was going through bruce's mind. We'll see legitimate lincoln. Starting there could be a physical altercation or did you know cooler heads prevail. I felt the basically whatever's going to happen. It was going to happen. And i also was confident that what we needed to have happen out in the arena was going to happen really felt that everybody was going to get through this. That there's a lot of talk is lot of bravado. Lada fuck you fuck us but at the end thank everybody in that ring and everybody involved was professional and at the end of the day new to do the right thing for business. Here's one from kobe Does vince ever kicked people out of guerrilla. We hear that talent could gather there for big matches but it seems like he could get crowded and hard to conduct business and asking these days but back in the day. Do you have a story about there. Being some sorta she flos get out of here. Thanks for coming by sea by. I used to throw people out. Yes just because it was too loud in a confined people. So you know there will be times they would congregate up there and you're looking for someone in the next match in. You can't see them and you're yelling for. Maybe they're out the door on the other side but because you've got fifteen people gorilla you can't get them. So yes in the middle of the shows. I would be known to take my headset off. Maybe loudly ask people to carry out christopher debt. You're not next get. Christopher wheeler wants to know what was. Vince has reaction when bischoff challenged him to a fight at slam berry. Ninety eight If you get a call we'll just go fighting a garage somewhere. We really wants to fight off item. Got that but he was going to give them a boost. No of course not okay. We'll go to a parking lot to garage somewhere. She i walk in whoever walks out. Walks out you know. I know that a lot of times people say oh. It's not personal. It's just business and other people say oh. There's nothing more personal than business. Do you think vince to call the bischoff stuff. Personally or did he realize this is just fucking promotion cares. Yes both man and really and truly is. I don't think he took the fight personally at all. Yeah i think he kinda you know. Laugh that off but it was like you know it's like fight. Okay we're gonna fight p. Diddy not that one wants to know whose idea was it to put the mask back on ray when he signed with. Wwe anc thousand two. Everyone's idea that ray was more marketable in this more marketable with the mask on. You know ray mysterious without the mask was a cute. Little guy like do a lot of staff rig..
"bruce" Discussed on Set Lusting Bruce: The Springsteen Podcast
"Know my role this no thunder road. It's a lightning devon. Nine needed was a friend. That car was. I think one of the most raw without feeling like raw what i was doing. It was like candid. And then the men he go to the other sections like the end of the second section and then the third section it's sort of reflecting and looking towards the future and having oak for something better and not try and like remembering that. No one's really all that were wrong. We're all that we all have the same cooling. I think it's very cool. That his music has inspired you to write What other writing are you doing. Also did something on another thing on thunder road. But i don't know where to put it it's about just revisiting it and like what it means like. I don't know how to explain it. It's about like someone who just wants to hear thunder road again and it's about like listening to it in a time where you are just lonely and sad. It's it's kind of like the other piece but not it's shorter and i don't really think that it fit in as well i mean and also with like this is kinda different but i had to do like i had to take an honors class for my college and i was like i don't want to take any of the honors classes that are offered so i emailed the director of the honors program. Now like what can we do. And then he's like well you can do an independent study and this is like a week before fox and started so. I didn't really have much time to plan something. And then we had to do and then he's like well. What do you want your independent study about. And i'm like bruce springsteen and then he's like that's a lot to work with. That's not very much. that's not very typic- and then i'm like well bruce springsteen l. I mean i eventually of something. 'cause i took a sociology class and and had to do three proposals for a paper and got and that professor picked one and that professor one of them was a springsteen topic. That's professor rejected. So i basically decided to do that for this. So for that independent study. I wrote a book review on not thunder born to run the autobiography which i got an a. on very excited and also. I'm currently on page seven of a ten page paper. I after i. This was a sociology thing that was rejected by another class. But it was about about how bruce's life experiences music represent.
"bruce" Discussed on Set Lusting Bruce: The Springsteen Podcast
"It's it's a journey Like sort of like what you said but it's all on journey through like self hatred due to feeling lonely and feeling that like no one cares and then how how you feel like everything you say is his fringy. There's nothing special about you compared others. No one sees that all these grievances and then it sort of takes the turn of like but in the end i want to be all right with me and then it and basically just it's kind of like i don't know parodies. The best word been off. Elderly you want to call it but it certainly like. It's based off of thunder road. And then it. I remember it and wentz it ends with the and then i ended it with its town. And what i've discovered council losers. So why am i so eager to fit it. And that's that's my favorite part. I might not be totally on or yet. But i of me deep down. I think believes that it. I think that is a powerful statement. in especially Your age no matter where you are. There is a desire in a a pressure to fit in and to be accepted. And one of the things that i love most about this springsteen community in doing this podcast. Is i get a chance to talk to A lot of bruce fans and a lot of music fans and ninety nine percent of them have no judgment in have a spirit of of friendship and love and acceptance. And i think that is the group that i should be trying to fit in with right to. If if someone doesn't want to accept me why should i fight so hard to make them accept me. Because i know i'm valuable. I know i'm a good person. And i know have value and when i read your Document you know it's kind of calf point half kind of you know essay. That's what i felt. I felt like you were saying that i am. I am important. I am valued and you should. You should understand that about me in whether you want accepted or not. I'm gonna accept myself. Yeah and i like how any like sorta goes on it. I would say that goes on a journey because like i've broken up into three cards. Yes where i..
"bruce" Discussed on Set Lusting Bruce: The Springsteen Podcast
"Not search and not become my dad music star. Become my debt is exactly where i wanted to go. Laura is you know on school. We often find their own voices or our own. Our musical tastes than i. I'm going to sound like an old fart. And i apologize in advance right because i am sixty one years old right but like And so i'm gonna have this totally wrong but you know your peers. Maybe listening to taylor swift or lady gaga. and and. i'm. I sure you had your share liking that music too. But bruce stayed part of your listening in your music vocabulary. Yeah sort of happened by tenth grade. I became really depressed. Only and i was like i don't know i i really. I just remembered one side to. Just listen to bruce springsteen album born to run just start to finish and i have like this appreciation for under road that i never happy for because honestly before high school. I didn't really care that much for thunder road. I liked tenth avenue freeze out with my favorite song on born trump. When i was before high school but then when i listen to thunder road and like tenth grade it just made me feel like i was being like transported to another world with just with my ear buds. Then and it. There were some lyrics. I know like doing the song might not have been referring to my situation but it felt like it was what i needed to hear and those situations like. I know you're lonely and thunder road. And then there's something about like finding like fighting for people in thunder road or like persistence. Said i like that spoke to me. It was sort of like a reality that i wanted to have in reality that i had at the same time. If that makes sense. And then i started to forbade land and the darkness album. And that's where. I felt like i truly connected to the music. Rather than just oh. This tune is catchy. And it's a fee you know so there's a guy here in dallas that Is a musician. And he Is part of a of a springsteen tribute band right. They they do. The name of the band is thunder road and He was talking to me that he was fighting depression and he said you know the line and thunder road. You can hide me covers and study. Your pain made crosses from your lover throw roses in the rain. He said that was me. I was hiding my face under the cover. He says i was so depressed and bruce's music helped me get through it And i think that speaks a lot to not only the power of the music. But your your soul that it spoke to you. Laura that you you know all of a sudden you know you're sixteen fifteen sixteen right and and this song all of a sudden waking up You know something you hadn't thought about before and that's a beautiful story..
"bruce" Discussed on Set Lusting Bruce: The Springsteen Podcast
"Who introduced me music? Twenty two years ago. I became a huge fan of your ebbing to so many shows of yours, just like eight or nine, but I went to the river tour in two thousand, sixteen Fix Times I went to your show in. Buffalo. Second show the Barclay Center, and the Metlife Star. That would Steve Show of you if it all. I have. The bootleg shows of yours bomb. Net now are nice net. Into everyday. You're an inspiration to me. And if your music have a happy stepney birthday. Bruce. This is Marsha Tom. The Great State of New Jersey. Just wanted to wish you a happy seventieth birthday and thank you for everything that you've given to all of us. Fans for many many decades of your great wonderful music again, just have a great birthday Hope you celebrate in style as I know you will and descending lots and lots of love. Thanks. Bye. Hi. This is Barbara Quinn, the author of the summer springsteen songs, save me I want to wish Bruce, very happy seventieth birthday, and thank him for being the inspiration for my latest novel and also for being there throughout. So many difficult times throughout my life. Happy Birthday pers-. throughs.
"bruce" Discussed on Set Lusting Bruce: The Springsteen Podcast
"Heard. Addition Scott you want to bring us home? How do I follow that Bruce? Thank you for. All the songs. Thank you for the memories. Thank you for the Good Times Buddy. Happy Birthday Hope to hear more from you. So junior you say. The longer a spring. Yes. Perfect. As. Usual on strikes. A. Neighbor. Hey Jack. What are we doing here? Well, straight from the Big American hearts of Jack billings presents me and my neighbor Michael. A comedy podcast about neighborhood goings on. Just doing a commercial or what? Better, Michael. A commercial for admiration of legend. Do. You know what today is, Michael September twenty third. birthday of the boss. You know the common man from Dirty Jersey Bruce springsteen Bruce springsteen's birthdays. Okay Seventy Years Old Michael Bruce Good job. Cool. Kudos..
"bruce" Discussed on Set Lusting Bruce: The Springsteen Podcast
"Bruce My name's Bell Merriman. I live in Wales in the UK being found since nineteen, seventy, six, it was thunder road. Hope me still my favorite number one soul just want to say thank you for your music and you live shows through some rough times are many many happy times have a really happy and healthy birthday and I hope to see you soon. Thanks. Bruce I. Use Happy. Birthday. Bruce. Just want to thank you. For been session expression and guiding light math? From the soundtrack of my life. And for just being somebody who I can always count on to lift me up. With me and thank you for the friendships are formed through. A Mitchell. Love. We serve wishing you a very happy seventieth. And and hope to see onto a next year I heard. Able to come back down south to South Africa but if not Cinna, what's him? This was a plan that gets my son. Levian. Thank you. and Happy Birthday. This is from Jackie from. Johannesburg. South, Africa. Hi this is joy from the Philadelphia. Area. I'm calling to wish Bruce springsteen happy seventieth birthday I've been listening to his music for over forty five years. and. It's an intricate part of my life and my day each and every day. Happy Birthday. Bruce Hope special on for you. Happy Seventieth Birthday Bruce. Birthday for you is that you can see and feel for yourself. The life-affirming inspiring connectedness, the love, the unity and fun. Union music have created for US fans. So many of us have bonded for life through our devotion to you and your music. And how it's got thrown lives in sharing that there's a whole community massive amounts of people out there. They're keeping what you give to US strong and alive and growing, and it only gets better over time. That's magic right itself Bruce and we love you for that. Keep it coming celebrate you. You truly are magic. Man. All My love Jeannie female straight from the Bronx. High I'm Anne Sophie Anderson from yet to Borys Sweden. I celebrated Bruce's birthday at Metlife back in two thousand twelve, which was great fun and now I just WanNa wish bruce a big happy birthday and hope you'll have a wonderful day. Hi, my name's Jenny Fulton and I'm from Sydney Australia. Happy Seventieth Birthday Bruce I. I saw you play in Brisbane in one, thousand, nine, hundred, eighty, five, I was at university there, and while I'd heard of you, I definitely wasn't a fan but then I saw and heard your magic show and I was talked now other live band has ever come close to you and a street band I love each and every member. My daughter became a fan when she was a teenager. So I shared many happy memories of your concerts being crazy fans with her. She now has a four year old who at this stage I'm sorry to say prefers the wiggles. I'm working on him. Thank you brace for the Great Memories of my fifty one shows all around the world..
"bruce" Discussed on Set Lusting Bruce: The Springsteen Podcast
"Was without doubt the best thing I'd ever witnessed it wasn't just the music was the honesty in which bruce an eastern band perform. It's the generosity of their time, their engagement in connection with those the songs, the sentiments, the stories, Roberta's. We've lived stars, lives of difficult relationships of hard work, disadvantage, segregation, love, and loss. Yes, we relate we connect. We understand. There were sparks out on the streets of Manchester for that night that night the shore. was, can I say but thank you bruce in the East street band. And a happy seventieth birthday to their man. Has that special magic trick that confounds all logic. One plus one equals three. Bruce Ed mccaskey here in Madison New Jersey, congratulations, and reaching seventy also on the new album another create record with a new sound love at all. But especially, that first song checking you know knowing me but you've been running along with my family for a long while been with us for a lot of fun trips but also some unexpected detours and over some rough highways, even great company and comfort all along. It's nice to know. You're still there talking in our ears we care that any time soon that's for sure. Keep doing what you're doing all the best and happy birthday from US down the shore. Today. This is Jeff. Smith from Melbourne Australia calling to join Jesse's. Bruce springsteen seventieth birthday project for the PODCAST. What a great idea. I just like to wish Bruce. Happy Birthday. Glad that he's been part of my journey for the last thirty odd years Hope that he gets a great gift for his birthday gift is plane ticket with a band down to see us all industry. Have a great one everybody say. Hi Bruce My name's Bell Merriman. I live in Wales in the UK being found since nineteen, seventy, six, it was thunder road. Hope me still my favorite number.
"bruce" Discussed on Set Lusting Bruce: The Springsteen Podcast
"This is amy one Martinez from Pasadena California and I really WanNa wish bruce a happy seventieth birthday and thank him for so many wonderful years of music and fun and storytelling. It's really made a difference in my life and I can't wait for many many more years of to see what you can get to us because I know is very special and we look forward to it happy birthday bruce. Hi Bruce this is Peter. Janka from blackness on the edge of town just wanted to say happy birthday and if I look as good as you do what I'm seventy. It would mean looking better than I do right now at fifty. So it's not going to happen but regardless, thanks for all the great work and then great inspiration over the years and I hope you have a terrific birthday rock on. I'm Donna from Bruce, funds, Dot Org, and I am so happy to join other sat lusting Bruce podcast friends in wishing Bruce springsteen the happiest of birthdays. Bruce, it's your birthday, but it feels like we're the ones getting the gifts. Our lives are so enriched by your creative work that we now have generations of our own stories woven through your music. You've become are timeless legend, keep Rockin much love and see you further on up the road. Happy Birthday Bruce to the world you're just a man. But to ask you are the world. Hi Chris from south. Africa wishing bruce very happy birthday. Hey it's still hosic guy live in Houston Texas from Chicago originally from Pennsylvania Longtime Listener. Bruce. Birthday down his upcoming seventieth birthday, which will be about a month after my sixtieth birthday. So He's got ten years on me and just a couple more hit songs I may have. The key thing I think that I've taken away from the whole Bruce experienced the last fifteen years and driven partly by Jesse's podcast and a whole bunch of other things. Just a great number of Bruce Friends. We have both locally and around the world I mean we're going to. Rolling. Stones, show tonight here in Houston last night I hung out with one of my best friends who have met from Bruce Shows. Got Friends in Chicago. And Dallas and Fort Worth and in Portland and Sweden and all over the place from traveling around and meeting people who all have the same obsession with just a great time. Good music a great story. Songs that means something. And I've been blessed to be able to do that the last few years and look forward to a big tour next year and seeing some of our friends as we go around the world. It's been enjoyable. BE ON JUSTICE PODCAST A couple of times. One Time Jeff from Fort. Worth and our on talked about. Shows we've been to how we met and all those things and it's been interesting as. As our electric fan world has changed how much we know people from other places that we may not know or we ended up meeting them. You know last show is that was in Chicago and. Met People that I didn't even know were connected to people I. Did know that we're all on twitter feeds or someplace else. So it's been great. Bruce has just been the basis of all my music listings and. Listened to Brian Koppelman podcast, and almost every person comes on there. That's a music person talks about how Bruce inspired them. So it's not just US normal fans, but it's the other people who are really really talented as well. That look on his work. So we've been blessed to live in his era. Like. A younger lady told me when we were in the rolling stones in Chicago last month you guys have all the good music and when you think about it, we really have been blessed. Rolling Stones and Beatles and Bruce and and who and a million other bands and people that are in their forties or go on. We don't have any of those names spent enjoyable and look forward to tour and twenty twenty and seeing all of you out in the road. Have a great day. Hi My name is Karen Akers. Semi. K Barton. I, currently live. In Australia. But I'm orig- originally from England north west of England Plays Coal Blackpool for me my journey into discovering Bruce springsteen started with Patti. Smith I bought it album Easter on of course, Patty Bruce collaborated on because the night. Back in the day when we listen to vinyl, we could read. The record sleeve unlearn about the artist's read the lyrics etcetera. So intrigued when I realized Bruce, springsteen, had car written because the night. I started to explore who bruce springsteen was the first opportunity I had to attend a live concert with may nineteen eighty-one. Manchester Apollo the original river tall. That leg of the toll was of course. Scheduled from March to May. As Bruce Scott sick a needed some time off. Anticipation had been building and building. A sense of disappointment when it was rescheduled. But then may finally came. By the time the Shari. Had had had arrived I'd bought the back Catalogue of Bruce Final? On was well and truly Bruce springsteen fanatic. The river tall had been in full swing across the USA your since one, thousand, nine, hundred, ninety. All the music papers I was reading an emmy sounds record mirror were full of refuse detailing the energy, the power the falls the rock and roll, buddies, Bruce springsteen and the East street band. Manchester Apollo came alive that night fairly eight years ago we. Were we really prepared for what we witnessed I'm not sure we were. Bruce commended the stage, the band, the music. He cannot the fans from the very minute. He stepped on the foot of his platform. Bruce. Letters. Through stories of his childhood he's Adolescence Relationships Gordon Bad. He led us through the difficult times and happy at times we sang along. We scream shouted clapped fist punch the air we cried laugh danced in Hong off every word every chord, every reef and every one two, three, four. It was without doubt the best thing I'd ever witnessed it wasn't just the music was the honesty in which bruce an eastern band perform..
"bruce" Discussed on Set Lusting Bruce: The Springsteen Podcast
"Bye-bye. Joyce millman. I'm a writer, and I've been a fan for a long time. And I wanted to say that Bruce you've been. The. Best musical companion. That, anyone could ask for. So happy birthday and here's too many more. Hey, this is David Rosen from the piecing together podcast, and I want to say Happy Birthday to Bruce Springsteen the boss You know your music has been part of my life for my entire life. Really you know my family, we own a record store called wax Trax records and. My mom always loved you so much and you know we had so much bruce springsteen plan around the house and in the store all growing up and you know I i. always I always loved your music but I think when I was actually working as a promotion rep for Sony Music around the time you're album devils and dust came out. That's when I really truly started fall in love with your music and going back to all the great stuff that. I. knew the singles but I finally went back to the albums and realize like, wow, my mom was right and so as the rest of the world that loves Bruce Springsteen and all the most recent stuff is things that I've really really connected with over the years. You Know I. Really all all of it but I, mean I love the wrecking ball album. So Much I. Think of of the recent years that's that's my favorite but any favorites across all of the albums and you know our podcast is all about movies, and after I record this little happy birthday message to you about to go do an episode on blinded by the light and just goes to show how your music just continues to permeate everything going around us at all times and so yeah, you're awesome and happy birthday. Congratulations on your seventieth birthday and that we can enjoy your music for many years to come I celebrate this year my sweet sixty birthday. So we both come at a special age, your music, your energy, and your personality had touched me since my first concert in nineteen, eighty, five in Rotterdam Holland. But especially, since nineteen ninety nine, it has become a part of my life. Then you have helped me through very difficult times with your music two thousand seven in particular was a difficult year I once wrote a story in a letter that a friend had sent to you from that time. Our motto was we are working on our dream. And my beloved tonight this the disbanding concerts as possible throughout Europe unfortunately that soon came to an end when my beloved died in two thousand fourteen, I'm trying to continue our motto and hope to be ever at a concert in Boston or New Jersey with a very dear America can friend Bruce I'm very grateful to you for that beautiful music and great concerts that I have found in memory up. I hope to enjoy this for years to come and that someday you will play the song if I should fall behind for BMI, dearest in.
"bruce" Discussed on Set Lusting Bruce: The Springsteen Podcast
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"bruce" Discussed on Strong Black Legends
"This portion of the show is a deep dive in that's where we go back in your career career to a bid or a moment in time and then we talk about it. This is a list of the company who was shirts. Believable these right now. Do you see shirt. Don't say just look at it. Let's be Regina walkaway. You might turn around and Mollet Ugliest cert- man you can do about it. How did it make you? You'd be led by Your Damn Glare Sir. Women always make you shit when all they don't want another woman looking Matt you damn working sal voice like taking messing with the audience. What does it take me though the way to do it? I never do anything. Degrading or disrespectful. It's the way of doing it to make people not get mad. What you people want me eighty do it because I'm not disrespect upfront? Yes I'm seeing him do. Have you ever had a moment where you felt like you went through like somebody you know what. It's time to stop him. Hey what do I do but I hope you Sir Sir. Do you still do that now. Do you do. Somebody's GonNa come in thinking the other Sharpe's person in there and I I am GonNa find something funny about this whole thing in comedy now is like everybody is so sensitive and do you. Have you felt affects Dr. Uh No I don't care see one thing. People got to realize with the comedian if a comedian say something to you don't say nothing. Don't show no emotions. I just look at them away. From what if you show any kind of face expression we don't get all right. What do you think thank point now? Stuffing audience does for a behind the crowd. You know it really high crown like I told her shoes so flat one time he had to lay down so if you do you got to lay down. Put your shoes on. They are flat on the floor. And then you get. It's really stupid but it's it's funny and that's what funny stupid stuff is funny right. Sally Yeah because I come on stage even now I've seen a guy in the bag. He's got false teeth with braces basis. So don't make you think like why. Does he have false table braces. Because you don't want your shift and people laugh at it because it's stupid but it makes sense. Was it in your mind like a person with a wooden leg with a real foot. That's impossible how'd you woodley take a moment stuff like that and it's really cleverness really good and people like yeah okay so this part of the show is Word Association say a word and then you say the first thing. I think we've come on. Let's do this go all right blackness. Me Comedy I mean money me do a family. How many weeks you you WANNA road nowadays from every week I'll take off only just to do a vacation with my kids and my grandkids? You know and I do things that we couldn't afford to do when I was young like the Disney cruise to Disney cruise with my grandkids. And we kept trying to take pictures with all the characters but it's so many people on the cruel so so they were bringing Mickey Mouse back. He's walking down hallway and I won't pass me. He said Bruce Bruce Cassidy Mickey say there and do the new me. He was Mickey Mouse. Black can you. Can you do me a favor right. He's yeah a hammer grandkids here and they tried to take pieces. They can't meet me down here four o'clock at this room and I bring the grandkids down. A He's got all the carriages in everybody's snow to cool off the coolest daylight defame Minnie mouse and we took pitches once they got a picture with all the characters that was the coolest thing. Yeah and. That's what working Super Haagen thank you they think I'm the coolest do Y- I'd be lying to because my uncle Adamy so I untold astronaut smoking. It'll take you. Yeah well I know. The first time I saw you was that the Jukebox in Peoria Illinois. But which is an experience experience. But I'm not down and I'm not going to like I. I'm not gonna see it was hard. It was turquoise okay I split my wrists overtimes. I just remember thinking like if I can make people laugh half his heart like you. They had that building shake in. Like I went into my giants such as when you when you do comedy and especially when you're young and you're just trying to everything you just try to maker Acre away for yourself and I can remember years ago about twenty eight years ago. I wanted working in his job. North Carolina one time and are more stays doing jokes folks and I'm making all these faces sprays. Nobody is saying that the union responding and I said what is wrong with you guys. Are you blind. And he said yes they was all black but they sent me to a blind union added note was for almost as doing all face expression. Nobody is responding. That's right that's a your plan so that's experience you go through when you're trying to make oh you you go through so many difficult things but is good. At the time. I wasn't laughing but now I can laugh and make a joke about it. You know but the key thing is which which want to do anything you want to do you got hanging. Yeah well thank you so much like truly allegedly Filipino. How like just happy you make people in so anyway? Thank you so much I want to thank you for having me and as you see.
"bruce" Discussed on Set Lusting Bruce: The Springsteen Podcast
"I'm Adam that ATM Mung M. O. G. From a mere Loma California and my message is happy. Birthday Bruce springsteen my favorite artists hi. This is Justin Cantor from the Park New York Bruce Happy Seventieth Birthday. Your music means so much to me and my father who introduced me to your music twenty two years ago. I became a huge fan of yours ebbing to so many shows of yours or like eight or nine but I went to the river tour and Saddened Sixteen six times I went to your show in buffalo expecting show in the Barclay Center and the first show Metlife by star that would thanks fevered show of you all. I I have all the lakes shows of yours from net. No are nice net listen to every day. You're an inspiration to me and if your music have a happy communes birthday Bruce Hey bruce this is Marsha from the Great State of New Jersey. Just wanted to wish you a happy seventieth birthday and thank you for everything that you've given to all of us fans for many many decades of your great wonderful music again. You just have a great birthday. Hope you celebrate in style as I know you will and sending lots and lots of love. Thanks bye bye Hi this is Barbara Quinn. The author of the summer springsteen songs save me. I want to wish bruce a very happy seventieth birthday and thank him for being the inspiration for my latest novel and also for being there throughout so many difficult difficult times throughout my life. Happy Birthday Bruce in nineteen seventy five. My husband Pat brought home an album mm-hmm born to run and said listen to this when the children were in bed. I listened and I listened again and again the next day I went out and bought your previous. Two albums PAT bought tickets for the second show at Hammersmith Odeon and what a show that was. I talked about it about you about the band anyone who would listen while here we are nearly forty four years later and what a ride it's been new friends were made new cities and countries visited and all the time. There's been your music which has seen me through some of the best and the worst times James. My Man died twenty one years ago. He would now be seventy one. I'm already seventy five months older than you. I wish you the happiest of birthdays and many more years of good health and time spent with family good friends and fabulous audiences. Thank you.
"bruce" Discussed on Set Lusting Bruce: The Springsteen Podcast
"You again a very happy and healthy seventieth birthday all love to you. Thank you Bruce for being you and thank you for bringing everything that you have in some wildlife during all the Soro and all the happiness. Thank you very very much brew love you and Philly Love you in Jersey happy and healthy seventieth an in here's a little something different from my fellow hosts of the podcast how many mm-hmm so hello here four guys this is how many only podcast that counts and we WANNA do a special shoutout to one of my musical leaders The boss Bruce Springsteen he turned seventy this fall and I've asked my fellow co-hosts close from how many to share their birthday greetings well first of all you've got seventy. He's been kind of dragging a little too long. There may be his life and career has expanded far beyond his he never happy birthday they we will we will enjoy your catalog of eight solid hits and another seventy five hundred. Pete's the Hamburger Babe Ruth I look forward to seeing blinded by the national dark later this month and this is junior roadway all right Bob Bob. Can you pulls out the yeah so have ver- tape bruce very very solid career. Lots of it's solid contributions looking forward to the movie when they hope to see you live. You'll never hear this but what actually maybe he will because he is a p one of setting bruce so they hear this on that and then you have a song on that you wanted to sing to bruce on the specially Asian. Everybody needs a birthday cake. Everbody Everbody heard and you offer that Blur addition Scott you wanNA bring us home. How do I follow that Bruce. Thank you for all the songs. Thank you for the memories. Thank you for the Good Times Buddy. Happy Birthday hope to hear more from you. The longer a springs yes perfect perfect as usual strict neighbor neighbor friend. Hey Jack. What are we.
"bruce" Discussed on Set Lusting Bruce: The Springsteen Podcast
"And best wishes Eliana Hi this is John from passionately podcasts. It's maybe Houston Texas calling delitzsch Bruce and happy birthday. Thank you ask hey this is Timothy Arnold with and I just wanted to wish broussais very happy seventieth birthday. He has had more resonance than any other artists in my life. I've love music my entire life. I've been springsteen fan for about thirty years a springsteen addict for about twenty and I've seen him sixteen times is in concert including twice on Broadway and there's not a single better singer or songwriter in the history of the world Thunder Road Far and away bestselling ever written in ever and it's his music is absolutely perfect it can he can take a dark topic and make it until it with hope he can also take a dark topic and make it even darker and we're with no hope whatsoever. I just love everything about his music. I love everything about him and he's just one of my all time favorite people in the entire world and I just wanted to call him and tell him happy birthday and hopefully there's another seventy eight years to go because the world view thanks bye abors is L. P. And this outlawed Jersey Cold War on Halloween. We want to wish you a very happy seventieth birthday and thank you for the music that brought us together you go hi. This is Martha Southgate from orange the black podcast and calling to whisper springsteen a very happy bird hi. I'm Lisa cone. I live outside by the Philadelphia but I'm from New York City. I'm the author of a memoir to the moon and back a childhood under the influence which you can learn more about on my website. Lisa Lisa coan rights dot com but just by googling me Lisa cone. That's K. O. H. N. Got a lot of publicity when the memoir came out because my story is a bit it crazy and weird I an will always be diehard springsteen fan because honestly once I discovered Bruce this music saved me inspired me and helped me through leaving cult leaving an alcoholic fiance and finding myself happy birthday bruce. Thank you with all my heart. We love you. Hey this is Jason Harris Comedian Filmmaker Co host of awesome movie year the podcast and Bruce springsteen fanatic. I've seen him over fifty times in concert concert happy birthday to the boss the one and only boss that matters as they say in the film blinded by the light springsteen's birthday. September twenty third sandwiched sandwiched between my brother and my daughter and honestly I feel like celebrating. All three of them are equally as important. Maybe my daughter a little more but hey I love springsteen's. Thanks gene is music what it does for me live that feeling of being in that moment in that very moment were rock and roll is the only thing that matters at that point in time time everything crystallizes down to that that concert that night that experience with everyone and and the boss so happy birthday date to the legendary earthshaking booty quake in Viagra taken east street band leader Bruce Springsteen Hi everyone hi bruce happy seventieth birthday unhealthy one this is the niece die hard lifelong fan in Philadelphia near your hometown and Jersey girl also and I'm calling to issue again a very happy and healthy seventieth seventieth birthday all love to you. Thank you Bruce for being you and thank you for bringing everything that you have in. It's a my life during all the Soro and all the happiness. Thank you very much brew love you in Philly. Love you in Jersey happy and healthy seventieth hi this is Carla grant calling all the way from Lake Stevens Washington on the West Coast and I just I wanted to say happy birthday to Bruce and tell him thank you for the music and thank you for all that he's done. I just even these last few years. I'm so impressed with this artistry and I am so appreciative of the fact that he really knows what we need and when we need needed I love it and I'm a fan and happy Bruce Julian and how it goes down. I'm sure you've seen us and our teachers all over the place and we WanNa thank you for all the incredible music and all of the lyrics the two and four in fact we net because of your music and we are so happy in a love like that so on behalf of the spring we want to wish you the happiest most rocking seventieth birthday that spring that aside look this is Amy Wong Martinez from Pasadena California and I really WanNa wish bruce a happy be seventieth birthday and thank him for so many wonderful years of music and fun and storytelling. It's really made a difference in my life and I can't can't wait for many many more years of to see what you can get to us because I know there's a very special and we look forward to it. Happy Birthday Bruce Hi Bruce this is peachy Anka from blog miss on the edge of town. Just want to say happy birthday and if I look as good it is you do when I'm seventy. It would mean looking better than I do right now. At fifty so it's not going to happen but regardless thanks for all the great work and the great inspiration over the years and I hope you have a terrific birthday rock on I'm Donna from boost funds funds dot org and I am so happy to join other set lusting Bruce podcast friends in wishing Bruce Springsteen the happiest of Birthdays Bruce. It's your birthday but it feels like we're the ones getting the gifts our lives are so enriched by your creative work that we now have of generations of our own stories woven through your music. You've become are timeless legend. Keep rocking much love and see a you further on up the road happy birthday bruce to the world. You're just a man but us you are the World Rault hi. It's Chris from South Africa wishing bruce very happy birthday. Hey it's still hosic live in Houston Texas from Chicago originally from Pennsylvania longtime listener Bruce Happy Birthday on his upcoming seventieth birthday day about a month after my sixtieth birthday so he's got ten years on me and just a couple more hit songs than I may have the key thing. I think that I've taken away from the whole experience. The last ask fifteen years and driven partly by Jesse's podcast and a whole bunch of other things is just a great number of Bruce Friends. We have both locally and around the world I mean we're going to the rolling stones show tonight here in Houston. Last night I hung out with the one of my best friends who have met from Bruce. Shows got friends in Chicago and Dallas Fort Worth and Portland in Sweden and all over the place and it's from traveling around and meeting people people who all have the same obsession with just a great time good music a great story songs that means something and I've I've been blessed to be able to do that the last few years and look forward to a big tour next year and seeing some of our friends as we go around the world. It's been enjoyable beyond just as podcast a couple couple of times. I know one time Jeff from Fort Worth and our on and talked about shows we've been to and how we met and all those things and it's been interesting as the as our electronic onic fan world has changed how much we know people from other places that we may not know or we ended up meeting them you know last show is that was in Chicago and and met people that I didn't even know were connected to people that I did know that we're all on twitter feeds or someplace else so it's been great. Bruce has just been the basis of all my music listings and listen to a lot of that Brian Koppelman podcast and almost every person comes on there. That's a music person talks about how Bruce Bruce inspired them so it's not just normal fans but it's the other people who are really really talented as well the look on his work so we've been blessed to live in his era. like a younger lady told me when we were seen the rolling stones in Chicago last month you guys have all the good music and when you think about it we really have been blessed Rolling Stones and Beatles Bruce and and who and a million other bands and people that are in their forties or go on we don't have any of those good names and it's been enjoyable and afford to tour and twenty twenty and seeing all of you out on the road have a great day hi my my name is Karen Akers Semi K Barton. I currently in in Australia but I'm orig- originally from England northwest. Nice cars to England plays Co Blackpool for me. My junior into discovering Bruce springsteen started with Patti Smith. I bought her album eastern. In of course Patty imbros collaborated on because the night back in the day when we listen to vinyl we could read the record sleeve unlearn about the artists read the lyrics etcetera so intrigued when I realized Bruce Springsteen career written because the night I started to explore Hubris springsteen was the first opportunity I had had to attend a live concert with may nineteen eighty-one Manchester Apollo the original river tall that leg of the toll was of course we rescheduled from March to May as Bruce got sick and needed some time off anticipation had been building building and building a sense of disappointment when it was rescheduled but then may finally came by the time the Shari had had arrived. I bought the back Catalogue of Bruce Final on was well and truly bruce springsteen being fanatic river tall had been in full swing across the USA your since nineteen eighty all the music papers. I was reading Dan anime sounds record mirror were full of reviews detailing the energy the power the fools the rock and roll that is Bruce springsteen and the e street band Manchester Paulo came alive that night fairly eight years ago we were. We really prepared for what we witnessed. I'm not too sure we were bruce. Commended the stage the ban the music on us the fans from the very minute. He stepped on the foot of his platform Bruce Letters. There's through stories of his childhood. He's adolescence. His relationships Gordon bad he led us through the difficult times and happy at times. We sang along along. We screamed shouted clapped Fist Punch. The air we cried laugh danced in Hong off every word every chord what's every riff and every one two three four it was without doubt the best thing I'd ever witnessed. It wasn't adjusted. Music was the honesty in which bruce and the e street band perform. It's the generosity of their time their engagement in connection action with those the songs the sentiments the stories Roberta's we've lived stars lives of difficult relationships of hard work disadvantage segregation love and loss. Yes we relate we connect we understand there were sparks out on the streets of of Manchester for that night that night the shore what else can I say but thank you bruce and the East street band and a happy seventieth birthday to the man who has that special magic trick that can fails all logic where one plus one equals three. Hey Bruce Edrich Haski here in Madison New Jersey congratulations on reaching seventy and also on the new album another record with a new sound love at all but especially that first song attacking you know me but you've been running along with me and my family for a long while been with us for a lot of fun trips but also some unexpected detours and over some rough highways highways. You've been great company and comfort all along. It's nice to know you're still there talking in our ears. We ain't dominique care that anytime soon. That's for sure. Keep doing what you're doing all the best and happy birthday from US down the shore. This is Jeff Smith from Melbourne Australia calling to join Jesse's Bruce Bruce springsteen seventieth birthday project for the podcast. What a great idea. I just like to wish Bruce Happy Birthday glad that he's been part of my journey for the lost thirty odd years hope that he gets a great gift for his birthday. Gift is a plane ticket with the bent down to see us all industrial. You have regret one say I bruce my name's Bell Merriman. I live in Wales in the UK being found since since nine hundred seventy six it was thunder road me still my favorite number one song just want to say thank you for your music and you live shows got me through some some rough times are many many happy times have a really happy and healthy birthday and I hope to.
"bruce" Discussed on Set Lusting Bruce: The Springsteen Podcast
"Everyone and welcome to a new episode of Set Leslie Bruce Your podcast all about Bruce springsteen. His music and mostly is fans. I am your host Jesse Jackson. We are doing another tiny weiming episode where it is my morning and my guest afternoon Liz is joining me. She just tried to teach me how to say her full name and she kindly said it. Just it just say Liz Liz. Welcome to the show. Thanks very much gig guest so now we're where're you calling from. I'm calling from Konia which is a city way up in north of the Netherlands homed home very nice. I always love getting a guest <hes>. I don't think I've had anyone from Holland yet so that's pretty cool. I'm relieved you do <hes> from Elko. He's from my Bunko. That is right. Yes see now. I have to edit that part out as I don't want to harass you know my buddy so he's the one who recommended you right yeah. Yeah yes the the only place to go for <hes> to get all the information about the shows you you've attended the shows you wish of attended <hes> that I'm amazed every time I go to that website just the amount of work it takes the Keith that up and it's just and I know he does it as Labor of love <hes> but it is an and he was so kind to be on the show. We had a great time so yes now. I'm now. I'm embarrassed. You shouldn't be homeward but that's okay. That's that's part of the charm of settling Bruce Bruce the things that <hes> I miss speak about so liz. We always liked to start out with the year <hes> beginning so talk about growing up. What kind of music did you did your family listen to what did you grow up listening to <hes> I grew up in small village in <hes> in Holland and there's always music and my parents were put on the radio as soon as they got up in the morning and they ah when we went to bed that's when they turned the devices off which was perfect because for me and my sister that was a perfect way of getting to know the music daylight but they also let us free in <hes> exploring our our own music or <unk> discoveries <hes> and my parents they tend to listen to a lot of <hes> John Hiatt R._e._M.? Eagles like the seventies eighties music okay Liz. I gotTa Stop You. This is the first time quote unquote in the wild. I've heard someone mentioning John Hiatt growing up so yeah yeah <hes> to give you my background on. John Hiatt my started dating my wife <hes> obviously she wasn't my work we start dating in nineteen eighty and she had a a friend named Rick Lewis go who adored John Hiatt and the C._d.. Slug line and so <hes> I'd never heard of them so when I started dating him we became you know I kind of Washington. In fact for our rick died a few years ago and so for the first couple years you know Lindy couldn't listen to John Hiatt without crying and for our thirty fifth with wedding anniversary and my sixtieth birthday we went down to Austin Texas and John was playing acoustical show and we watched it and like three songs in Linda reached over to me the seat next door was empty and she said Rick sitting here watching with us and I got all touchy and kind of missed the I <hes> so I immediately love your mom and dad if they're listening to a lot of doing it so <hes> they just listened that just was one of the someone they enjoyed listening to <hes> yeah it was I mean I'm not even sure but I guess they have all all his albums in whenever he came a two incomes to Holland they'll tend to shows we join so last time. Was I believe last year and it's still amazing brings back all the memories from your use. We know all the songs <hes> <hes> C._M._o.. Parents have been quite good taste of music yeah they do. Do you have a couple of favorite John hiatt songs seat now listener. I warned Liz beforehand that we will go off on tangents. She has a whole list of Bruce Breathing Questions Shinsei given her and then I turn a curve and I start asking about John Hiatt verbally people loved them. Hi Michelle right if they xactly absolutely so one of my favorite songs is I love perfectly perfectly good guitar. Oh yeah absolutely it's kind of a rock song <hes> but also lipstick son said ethylene owner so many guy no that's great I <hes> I <hes> someone was <hes> you know they've used have a little faith in me and so many movies and he is talked about if he had you know a quarter for every time someone <hes> played have little faith in me at a wedding. He'd be a lot richer. You know <hes> you know at this last show. It was so funny <hes> he said I WANNA give shot up to my favorite redhead. He said <hes> Bonnie Raitt recording the song helping put two kids through college and so are you ready for this thing called love he saying it was just fun story to here and then in a few years ago <hes> it's been more than that now <hes> he was playing at a show here and my friend Rick and his second wife <hes> he and his might my my watt one of my wife's best friends was his first wife in the when they got divorced. They always joke that <hes> rick got custody of us in the divorce. <hes> we stayed friends with Rick and not as much with Jennifer and then and unfortunately or fortunately when you look at it when he passed <hes> Linda and Jennifer came back together and kind of you know yes so was yeah she <hes> in anyway so we were there with Rick and and <hes> in his his wife Beth Linden I in <hes> John talked about the night before he played in Houston and <hes> a lot of <hes> astronauts from NASA had came to see him and they told the story that they played blue telescope <hes> up in the space shuttle. Oh really yeah when they they were up in there. They played telescope and so he he said and I was so honored to hear them tell that he said and then I forgot to play blue telescope on this show. He said Song playing it tonight in honor of my friends from NASA so cool he is a very cool guy and I really WanNa Wanna go see his daughter Lily heard of her yeah she that's his it's the daughter from his first wife. The one who committed suicide and then he has to other children <hes> <hes> from his current wife and they've been married forever. He talked about <hes> <hes> he mentioned <hes> real kind of love and he dedicated to her because they'd been married thirty two years <music> but lily yeah you should do Goo Google search and look for she she has she's a little more twangy than John Yeah but <hes> she's it's definitely you can you can hear the roots in it so very cool okay in the tangent so your parents not only listed John Height some other kind of music and it sounds like you embrace it all yeah I did. I mean they never force it upon us on my sister me but somehow I embrace it and I just I loved it from start and when I was was thirteen yes thirteen. My parents bought the Bud D._V._D.. The End <unk> live in New York City from some guy named Bruce springsteen. I didn't know him. My parents didn't have as much music off him as they did off like Jackson Browne Eagles. John Hiatt <hes> but they bought this D._v._d.. <unk> my dad. He put it on as like the guy from born in the U._S._A.. He's like yeah yeah. You should listen to it. It's quite nice and from that moment I was hooked at just. I'm not sure what happened in my brain but something clicked leaked and I'm not sure if the D._v._d.. Still worked right now because of played it so much that is awesome an you know. I'm so glad you mentioned that because you know I often ask my guess you can you tell me why his music spoke to you so much and you've kind of saying right the beginning I it just did it is hoping about him yeah. I'm not sure what it was. It was the energy the effect that you're sitting in front with T._v.. Berthier Dad which is pretty special <hes> I remember vividly that out in the street was my favorite song to to listen to into watch because he kisses a woman in she's in stand somewhere and he walked right up during his case like wow at school that you like that you're an artist and you connect with your crowd. In search away from that poignant went either one appeal of course not downhill with the Bruce Addiction did <hes> how did you did you just start going getting one release at a time or how to feed that <hes> addiction or obsession down how you WANNA call it right. Yeah might be an addict. I'm not even sure what yeah I guess it's an addiction. It started off of course with the D._V._d.. And that was back in two thousand two yeah and then I heard that he would perform in Rotterdam in dekalb which is a big soccer stadium <hes> in May of two thousand three and my mom actually got my dad. Emmy tickets afford it showed so that was my first ever concert I went to it was with fifty thousand people in and we were way up in <unk> stands. It was kind of horrible places but it was the best concert ever now. <hes> how old are you at this time I thirty now. I'm sorry when you're first show Oh what I what I show as fourteen how funny and and there's gotta be something Special About Your Dad and you sing together. Yeah I mean your mom and dad your mom gets you to the tickets to send you <hes> on the father daughter trip yeah that that is awesome I am the <hes> Chris is my son and he had had never seen bruce and <hes> the river tour came through <hes> it was coming to Oklahoma City in Dallas and Oklahoma City's just a few hours drive and so I said hey do you want to go see him with me and it was the same night as Wrestlemainia. I don't know if you are familiar with you know professional sports entertaining but it's it's a big deal for a lot out of people <hes> in fact. I'll I'll tell you a wrestlemainia story in a minute and so it was actually here in Dallas and my son is a huge wrestling fan in fact his story that you would tell is when he was about ten or eleven he and I went down to Houston which is about three or four hours south of Dallas and we get we went and saw wrestlemainia together and <hes> I had no interest but he wanted to go and so he still he's now thirty and he talks about that trip fairly often about how much fun it was so <hes> so he gave Wrestlemainia to go watch bruce with me and on the way back <hes> I you know I turned on the recorder in he talked about how much he enjoyed the show and then <hes> then we went to New York together to see him and then he was sold. I Mike he's asking all the time Linzie touring again Wednesday so I know you. You're supposed to ask me questions. No No. I'm Kinda curious. How's IT feels of dead that he gives them his wrestle match to join you to referencing Liz? It was so I I was so touched and then <hes> you know and I really was a lot of pressure like you don't have to like this. Just because I do uh-huh I I you know and and it's it's worth listening to <hes>. I may put a Lincoln to the show notes because you know we did we driving back <hes> in the car. I hit forget we just talked about the show and he talked about on Presley was and and he started going and then <hes> he started listening more and more and so now than <hes> he he's become a pretty I mean he isn't obsessed. The way you and I are <hes> but <hes> he's a pretty big fan and he will often <hes> like he thinks my hometown is is one of his favorite songs okay you know he <hes> he says out in the street which always laugh he loves that song because the lines and on Monday when the foreman calls time yeah already got Friday on my mind he says dad. There's not a person working. That doesn't have that feeling on Monday morning true. I don't care if you're the C._E._O.. Of the most successful company the world or your guy or gal making minimum wage. He says when that's <hes> here in here in the U._S.. This may not be the same reference for you but <hes> sixty minutes is a news program that comes on every Sunday night here in America and MHM their their logos.