17 Burst results for "Bruce Green"

"bruce green" Discussed on Kinda Funny Games Daily

Kinda Funny Games Daily

03:37 min | 8 months ago

"bruce green" Discussed on Kinda Funny Games Daily

"By big companies. Just because one corner amazon wants another only semi related. Paul of amazon to help them out amazon games. Amazon web services are not connected at all. they're completely different parts of the company. So there's no guarantee that. Just because i am one of amazon. Has this massive infrastructure. The the the amazon gained is going to be able to leverage that at all. You know that that's boris himself. Writes in and says as someone who runs things on aws and is a web and network dev. I can say they had the capacity. But the issue is provisioning the networking you can have the capacity but if the door can only let ten people in at a time. That's the issue. Our current networking infrastructure has some issues with allowing a ton of traffic to go to one place some of it due to security but a lot of it has is actually because of old technology. The other issue is provisioning. Takes time you're gonna have capacity but creating a new survey takes time charles jacobson editorializing bid but mentioning that final fantasy and walker's coming out in november twenty third. So could be worth checking in on new world concurrence at that late november dude. Either go check in week. And i will have a better story of what that actually means over there. Biologists rights breaking microsoft is starting to test x. Cloud integration on xbox consoles today some xbox insiders in the office skip ahead ring we'll get access the features and let you stream games council bubble. I'm interested in dolby vision on xbox one of the things i've noticed once you get an hdtv once you once you've had once experienced hd game content. You go back like any game that doesn't support. Hd are just see just seems so dim and doll and kind of washed out. Compared to the of hd are so obviously w vision is just another flavor of hd are but if it brings more hdr content to the xbox great. Because i played. I what it was. I played reason. It doesn't spoil hd and it just it just felt so dim and drab and when when that let hd all logo pops on your on your tv we'll tell you that this game supports hd are in that mode been activated and you just see those colors like burst through got. It's the best Known about says missed out today. Microsoft flight sim ads junkers as part of its local legends series to celebrate history of aviation born and doubles era. Says yes greg. I totally misspelled space. Turbo tax in space and then a hip hop on his points out greg. It was called ten little indians when you were a child. It's now called. Then there were none no he didn't mean to offend anybody was key code something even before ten indians which is no longer but never was. But certainly it's completely unacceptable. Now they had to change it will they. Of course i didn't. Yeah just obviously. Things have changed since i was reading books. Let me tell you. I haven't picked one of those open long. Look at this they independent. Ah send you a baby book. somebody i mean. We bought that book ten years ago. Same one i'm gonna be swaddled in king you put them in a super bowl trust me. I've been folding sheets at a superman symbols for years. I got no problem each let. Let me tell all those books. Go out the window. You're actually staring in the face. You can live some interesting stuff but ninety percent of it is just going to be finding your own way of course Ladies and gentlemen. That's it for this episode. It's still weekday. That means you got a twitch dot tv slash kinda funny game stream after this. It's going to be new world with mike and a whole bunch of people including bruce green. If you wanna watch that later dot.

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"bruce green" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:46 min | 9 months ago

"bruce green" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Horsemen. They take their name from an old British folk song. This is an American trio you heard in a S. Mitchell, the composer of the hit musical Hades Town. Singing along with Eric Johnson from the indie rock band, the Fruit Bats and Josh Kaufman, uh, sort of side man to the stars in the indie rock world. Is the third member of Bonny Light Horsemen. That is their version of the old folk song. Black waterside Getting us started on. In addition of new sounds devoted to roots music, both Traditional folk material and some contemporary extensions of it. Let's stick for the moment with traditional stuff, and we'll turn next to the husband and wife team of Bruce Green and core Loi McWhirter. The title track from their album Come near. My Love is just the two voices. It sounds like they recorded this at home in North Carolina, you know around the kitchen table, which is part of the charm. But just because it's charming doesn't mean it's not also kind of haunting because The vocal harmonies here are really striking. Um and it must be a kind of a family thing, because the sisters Rachel and Becky, one thank from Newcastle, England. Have a similar ability to kind of send a shiver down your spine with their vocal harmonies, and we'll hear their version of the traditional English folk song I wish from an early record by the UN thanks called the Bairns. First years, Bruce Green and core Loi McWhorter with come near my love calmly near my of all, answer your questions. I'll tell you say things that you should.

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"bruce green" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

02:23 min | 9 months ago

"bruce green" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"What it sounds like. Yeah but bruce green yet. Another attorney and a former federal prosecutor said that he did not siege zimmerman's order as an incredible intrusion into someone's bodily integrity prosecutor. But it was. It was absolutely incredible. Intrusion into someone's bodily integrity said it's actually doing the defendant a favor because it's keeping you safe. Wow and it's doing the community a favor by making sure. This person is less likely to transmit the virus at there is no scientific data to back up that claim all of the scientific data says vaccinated person is just as likely to register belief. Yes they're they're forcing people they're ordering people to get in injected with this vaccine off of science that it's not science you'll eat the body of christ. I won't reopened. The corona virus has spread the last week alone. But that's what this is right like. It's a forced forced communion forcing your religious. Whatever you wanna call it. There's a word that i'm rich woah. It's a ritual. Thank you yeah. It's only worse than taking communion because eating wine inbred won't class. Yeah for sure. So we're elliott. This article goes on for a while but evidently they mentioned a time. A judge ordered a defendant accused of drunk driving to a neon sign on his car saying that he was a convicted drunk driver. Did that get overturned it. Did they said it was inappropriate. Because it was punitive rather than rehabilitative south of time for tonight you can join us tomorrow online. In the meantime you can find us over at freetalklive dot com. Don't forget to follow odyssey channel That's our insensible. Video channel effort video dot freetalklive dot com and. Join our social media. When monster hunter international discovers of isaac ward stones. Being auctioned off they decide to steal it and use it to destroy the chaos god once and for all of a mysterious thief upends their plan and it soon becomes a race against time as something much older and infinitely more evil awakens in the jungles sauve. South america monster hunter bloodlines by new york times. Bestselling author larry korea and being books. Ms at monster hunter nation dot com for more..

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"bruce green" Discussed on Kinda Funny Games Daily

Kinda Funny Games Daily

07:52 min | 11 months ago

"bruce green" Discussed on Kinda Funny Games Daily

"Uh shit like it's all segmented. Anyway why even have probably in the first place. Then i think is a problem. I think to pools is fine. It's fine they. There's probably a world where they could have done it to where has five players and xbox series x players lower their pools to sixty four players and they are playing smaller size maps but for them. They're probably like no. This isn't this isn't along the lines of the vision that we have for this game and we wanna make sure that whoever's playing on on new gen gets that quote unquote nexgen experience that they probably really want incentivized. 'cause that's been the big marketing push one hundred twenty eight players the bigger maps. The big tech moves that they're making. I think that's the thing that they really want to Kneel down in this game and so none of biologists also put this article in chat. Kind of You know reiterating what we said. But i'm really excited about this technical demo display test. That's happening later in summer. Which was I guess delayed from july yesterday on play battlefield. Four with bruce. Green mean. Nick still back. Mike played with Bruce green and i was telling mike this is like the most time i've spent probably in about multiplayer because i always just played the single player campaigns i played battlefield one world war one version of it and i had a lot of fun with that night i was just more about those player. Vignettes keno but the multiplayer. I was at that time. I was more of a destiny guy. When battlefield four was out. I was more of call duty in halo and all that sorta stuff But i had a lot of fun with it. It was frustrating at first. Because it's just it's a different experience. And it was not what i was expecting and i spun get killed by a helicopter or whatever and eventually bruce green was like it's not about win it's about kills or or dying or whatever like you're just gonna respond who gives a shit it's about capturing these points gotta work as a team and that's when i kinda fell in line was like all right. Let's fuck and do this shit a lot of fun. I had a blast. And i can't wait for twenty forty two honestly i honestly can't wait for twenty four to they'll be the first battlefield game that i tried to actually get an invested in. Because i've always been in the college versus battlefield back and forth. I've always been on the call of duty side of things. Just because my friends play call of duty. And i enjoy call of duty alive but i think i think playing battery out over the last four years has set me up to where i look at something. Like hundred twenty eight player. Lobbies has become a thing that has excited me in a way that i. That's never been a bullet point that i've cared about in the past. I've never been one to really care about large player pools. But you know what i'm saying. I'm twenty eight. Players us seeing the environmental stuff that tornadoes all that all the crazy shit going on in the match nowadays is exciting for me as somebody who now likes games like apex and for night and other games with games with huge lobbies crazy shit going on and so i'm into it can't wait for it another another game. I can't wait for andy. Cortes is zelda skyward sword. Hd this is story number four. We got review roundup right on metacritic sitting out in eighty two on open critic and sitting at eighty three. I'm going to pull a few reviews. And i'm starting off with pj o'reilly at handle life. You gave it a nine out of ten and said this the legend is all the skyward sword hd introduces a raft of technical improvements in quality of life updates that reinvigorate and revitalize his ten year old game with motion controls. More more precise than ever an alternate button. Control scheme that totally works chris. Hd graphics smooth sixty fps gameplay in bothers some sidekick who's been streamlined into. Something altogether more. Useful this really does feel like skyward sword as it was meant to be experienced. Yes the locking off of instant travel behind. The official bebo is a misstep but beyond this one issue was here is a sublime experience. A technical triumph and an absolute must play for switch owners. Zelda fans chris colin. vdi gave it five stars and said skyward sword hd is a superb remastered of the decade old we game but not only gives it a much needed visual upgrade but also throws in so many quality of life improvements. Not least of all a free camera that it immediately makes this original version obsolete and then kevin nesovic at gamespot gave it a seven to ten instead the various quality of life tweaks that nintendo is implemented here. Welcome as they are. Don't fix skyward swords biggest issues and remains the most uneven three d. entry in the zelda series even so the improvements in the switch re master make the overall experience more enjoyable and the characteristic zeldin magic ultimately outshines. The games false. I believe courtney has been playing this game for kind of funny. He's gonna right after this episode kinda funny games daily on the twitter stream. That's going down to this. That's coming up later. On kind of funny plays he. Starting off that stream with a little bit of scarlet sorta game playing giving his thoughts as well But yeah as still embargoed. But i think he's gonna play about an hour of it. I believe exactly. Yeah it seems like this game is getting mixed reviews on the higher end like the kind of mixed reviews. You probably want for this kind of game whereas a remastered seems like some of the legacy issues still exists in terms of what the game is like. If you like the game or don't like the game you know it's the same game but if you're looking for that same game with a lot of stuff. Streamlined stuff like a lot of the quality of life stuff implemented. Then you're going to have a great time that seems to be the takeaway from here. It was so interesting on twitter seeing gene park from washington. Post mentioned holy crap. There's there's a camera you can use the right stick for the camera and it had never occurred to me that the original and didn't have a camera just like i had never thought that there was sort of this locked view. I'm not sure how the camera even worked that. It was the we right now. I don't remember. I don't remember how the camera worked in twilight star skyward sword. I do remember in twilight princess. I think you held the c button and then moved around the stick and the camera wasn't free free but i believe it will. You did have some control. But it wasn't great And so yeah. I imagine it being on the switch. They probably them having that dualistic set up where they can actually make that work. I'm sure that's what it is. And what kind of disappointed me about this About reading sort of what people are thinking about it was that i was looking forward to using the right stick as slash seeing that sort of thing being implemented kind of excited me because i don't want do motion controls and then it occurred to me. Oh the right stick. I can't use the camera. if that's the right stick is four. And then i found out that when you hold the l button the right stick then moves the camera Which is kind of a an interesting. Oh we have barrett in the chat. Let's know how does this work Yes oh coverage of the original version. There was no Moving around the camera. it was auto follow Which like a lot of like the three zelda games like up until then like that was kind of the standard of like you'd have your auto targeting But until i kind of help move the camera around with skyward sword. Yeah league what any say like you hold Whatever it's called on lbj or whatever Hugh r sum to whatever it is on switch and then the holding that down you can use the right stick to move the camera around and for like how scoured sort is design. Which is you know i. I feel like a simpler version of a lot of the classic. Three d zelda games I like it's never like i've never run into any problems. Like yeah you're holding down a button but like For me personally. I don't mind that And so like once you get into combat like you're not like i'm never a situation where i'm like. Oh man i need to be using my sword and using the free flow camera at the same time like i think they did a pretty good job of Of handling that situation so even though it sounds like a like a hassle and yet..

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"bruce green" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

02:26 min | 1 year ago

"bruce green" Discussed on 600 WREC

"Playing music too soon since the life out of Christmas. Yeah, Stand free. Bruce Green Christmas talked about that back in 1958. And it was extremely controversial. He was just criticizing the commercialism of Christmas. But people thought that he was being shack religious. No, I think I think a lot of the time. You know, people don't understand that. Some people who just don't want to hear Merry Christmas. They don't want to hear it because they just don't want to hear about. Not that they don't wanna hear about Christ or the Christ child. They don't want to hear about the commercialism anymore. They're just tired of it. So this whole war on Christmas thing is not necessarily a war on spirituality. It's a war against commercialism. And I think a lot of people haven't figured that out yet. So we we have everybody you know, taking a political stand on what Christmas should be, instead of just keeping in their hearts, where they should keep it. And now my gosh, for Thanksgiving being so politically divided this year, I wonder how Christmas is going to fare. Well, I agree with you, 100%, and I hope that gets through it. I think it Well, this lot of people really have a lot of lot of emotional stuff invested in Christmas. Yes, they really do. Let's go to Caleb in Washington High, Caleb gone with Dr Demento. Go ahead. Kayla breathe air. Great to be on the show. I just want to say Dr Demento. The funny farm is definitely alive and well in my household. Thank you Don't actually think that all of his grandchildren so great This kind of thing that anyway very far. Yes, exactly. So one thing that I wanted to contribute to the night shows a little bit of history as far as hark The Herald Angels sing that was actually first published 17 39 and then moving forward a couple 100 years. The commercialism of Christmas really came about. I feel at least with the version of Santa Claus that Coca Cola came out with. You see that everywhere nowadays, you know, the red hat, the white beard. Everything like that. So you know, that's that's really my contribution to the Net Show again, Dr Demento, the pleasure to meet you. Clea Lewis. Great show, Love You, Um keep on keeping on. Thank you. We will hear will keep on doing Hey, Dr Demento and let us know. Happy Thanksgiving and Merry early. I guess I just want to ask you. When does your show air online and tell us about what you got coming up for the whole lot..

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"bruce green" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

19:41 min | 1 year ago

"bruce green" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"It's a wonderful combination, and on this edition of new sounds, we will be hearing music that does two things. It tells a story on in no fewer than four of the songs. The story is about a girl named Molly. It will also be listening to some amazing vocal work really distinctive voices, sometimes on their own, but more often in collaboration. For example, the late American folk singer Bill Morrissey, collaborating with Suzanne Vega, the Scottish English group known as the Furrow collective and an American duo, calling itself among the oak and ash Who do old Appalachian murder ballads and other good stuff. I'm John Shaffer. Glad you've joined us for this edition of new sounds, which, frankly, I put together simply to have an excuse to play this two minute song for you. It's an old folk song called Come near My Love From an album of the same name by Bruce Green and core Loy McWhirter. The two of them met in the mid seventies and have been singing together ever since. And there is something absolutely bewitching about the way that his voice and her voice harmonize in this song Well, then hear some music from Northern England, Rachel and Becky Unthinking. They are sisters and their record as thie unthinking and their harmonies are also capable of raising the little hairs on the back of your neck. We'll hear their version of the song Magpie. But first here is Bruce Green and core Loy McWhorter. Just the two voices unaccompanied, unadorned and these spine tingling harmonies that they get. On the song Come near my love. Answer your questions. I'll tell you, you should know to be the Teo, go. Your mother sense alone, so she knows I know. She does know Hamblin stranger to be oana young daughters. No deep is Brown. On the way you're no Oh, Teacher John's Day. Like you. I don't know. Ah! Question. Out. You think you should know? By night, shining in the Teo. Ones, so Three spurt. Um, flaws. 64 sevens secret. Uh, I fall. The awful careful the Mark Pie brings is tidings off Use both. She's more cunning than the reason more wise in any. She brings US news of the harvest. Of the barley, wheat and corn on DH. She knows when we will go to our graves on how we shall be full. Ones go to Joe. Three. Fies herself are six for go. Seven's secret. Never I did the job. I give the she brings us joy when from the right grief when from the laughed off the news That's in the way we know to tourist her. She sees a satyr and she mocks such our work on. She steals the eggs from out of the nest, and she can One's choose Joe. Three guys for Silver six for gold. Seven's first secret of death. Step of the way. I did the priest, he says, where? Wicked but worship the devils. But but way respect the old ways, and we disregard his word. We know they rest easy as we some night on. Well, always leave a little bit of meat. That's black. One's a sub o Tio Joe. Freeze flaws size for serve six for Seven's secret. Those of the unthinking Rachel and Becky Ian thank from Newcastle, England on the song magpie. Actually a song from the 19 sixties written by the English folk singer David Dodds, but brilliantly covered hereby thie unthinking from their album, Mount the Air. Before that. We heard Bruce Green and core Loy McWhirter and the title track from their eerie album called Come Near My Love, an album, as they say, on the record cover of mostly dark and quiet songs, folk songs, mostly a couple of exceptions, but Just the vocal harmonies that the two of them and that the UN thanks employ seemed to be a very different vocal harmonies, but both of them are really kind of unsettling and beautiful at the same time. I have to say I had not heard of Bruce Green and core Loy McWhorter than not particularly well known until I had a chance to see them down in Knoxville, Tennessee, at the annual Big Years Festival. Where sama Madan, the Vermont born now London based folk singer and songwriter and composer was was really saying you got to see these two they were playing in a little bar. On on the outskirts of the downtown area. And San actually did a lovely little introduction to their set and then got out of the way and let them do their thing, which which is pretty amazing, will hear a little more from Bruce Green and core Loy McWhorter at the end of the show. But right now we're going to hear Sam himself Sama Madan doing a version of the song Lelio and it seems like he probably got his version of Lily. Oh, from Bruce screen because here is the way Bruce sings it on that record with core Loy McWhirter. There were three ladies playing ball. Oh, really old. There were three lawyers come courting the mole Lelio Sweet hyo. First one came old dressed in wine. Oh, Lily! Oh, come calling for his heart's d line. Emily. Oh, sweet high. Oh, that's just the opening of the song. Lily. Oh, auras Bruce Green calls it Oh, Lily. Oh, Now let's hear sama Madan, born in Vermont, steeped in the New England folk tradition. He's been based in London for a number of years now but still a fixture on the American new music scene. He's worked with people like Composer Nico Muley and his childhood friends, the pianist and composer Thomas Bartlett. But here is Sam initially on his own with a version of Lily. Oh, that seems to come straight out of the Bruce Green version. We just heard. But by the end of the piece, it has gone somewhere sonically quite different. There were three ladies playing up all Ah! There were three lawyers come a courting them all. Leo Sui Hyo. The first one came all dressed in white. Ah little ear. Come calling for hiss hard, Tio. DiLeo, Ohio. The next one came all dressed and run. Ah, Lilia, come calling for to see her with DiLeo. The third one came all dressed in blue. Ah, the said, Oh, my love. Ah, I've come for you. Leo's beehive. Oh, you must, Father dear. I do must ask Mom Mother to Lelio. And you must ask my sister. And you must ask my brother John Leos. Your father dear. Oh, your mother to Lelio sweet on Joe's sister. Your brother John for Leo's. Her father, her mother, her two door, Leo. Her sister too long. Brother Tio help Leo. Has she laid too sweet? Oh, it is not easy stabbed her deed. Hi. And and Those they carried her. Later. Teo. Your mother. Bloody Clo o will you leave to your.

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"bruce green" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:53 min | 1 year ago

"bruce green" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"The tube. And if you decide well, I find this melody unexciting. Just wait because there are many, many different ways that this story can be told. The one that you're hearing in. The background is from corps. Loy McWhorter, a folk singer, who, with her husband, Bruce Green, put it put out an album called Come Near My Love With these very Raw, simple, homespun recordings and was brought to my attention by the folk singer Sam A. Madan, who you will not be surprised to learn, has done his own version of Lady Margaret. Except he calls her Maggie and we're going to start with his version of of this folk tale. We'll follow that with Little Margaret, which is ah, very common name for this song. In a version by Ri An. And Giddens, who recorded this way back when she was with the Carolina chocolate drops and then re recorded it with the multi instrumentalist Francesco Teresi on their collaborative record called There is no other And it's a beautiful version. And they will wrap up this set with a version of Little Margaret by the knitters. The knitters is Theokoles Stick Avatar, if you will. Of the late punk band X Now, even when they were kind of founding the punk scene in the very early eighties, they were interested in an inspired by old folk songs and country music and things like that, So the knitters is there. Kind of acoustic incarnation on will hear their version of Little Margaret Vocals by John Doe and Maxine Cervenka. Let's begin, though, with Sama Madan and his version of Little Margaret, or, as he calls it. Maggie..

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"bruce green" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:32 min | 1 year ago

"bruce green" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"From an old British folks on this is an American trio. You heard a Neha's Mitchell, the composer of the hit musical Haiti's town. Singing along with Eric Johnson from the indie rock band, the Fruit bats and Josh Kaufman, sort of side man to the stars in the indie rock world. He's the third member of Bonny Light Horsemen. That is their version of the old folk song Blackwater side Getting a started on. In addition of new sounds devoted to roots music, both Traditional folk material and some contemporary extensions of it. Let's stick for the moment with traditional stuff, and we'll turn next to the husband and wife team of Bruce Green. And core Loy McWhirter. The title track from their album Come near My Love is just the two voices. It sounds like they recorded this at home in North Carolina, you know around the kitchen table, which is part of the charm. But just because it's charming doesn't mean it's not also kind of haunting because The vocal harmonies here are really striking. It must be a kind of a family thing. Because the sisters Rachel and Becky, unthinking from Newcastle, England, have a similar ability to kind of send a shiver down your spine with their vocal harmonies. And we'll hear their version of the traditional English folk song I wish from an early record by the UN Thanks called the Bairns First. Here's Bruce Green and Core Loy McWhorter with come near my love..

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"bruce green" Discussed on KHVH 830AM

KHVH 830AM

02:02 min | 2 years ago

"bruce green" Discussed on KHVH 830AM

"Carried some of his his talk with a wide news now your medical doctor lieutenant governor who obviously has followed CDC guidelines and got support for the state from the centers for disease control inter island travel should be back up and running as of at least ten days ago maybe we'll get an announcement later on this afternoon from the governor about this maybe we won't maybe we'll get a firm date and maybe we won't our biggest industry is still held hostage by governor that is not acting I don't care how much he may be talking to other places in the country about re opening tourism as Josh green said this morning we open our own damn state for inter island travel we have fewer than thirty cases total the medical doctor that's on your staff and don't forget Bruce green is here Bruce Anderson sorry is not a medical doctor he's PhD very educated but he's not a clinical medical doctor his it is opinion matters Josh's should as well and right now I'm on the side of Josh green because he seems to be the only one with any urgency and has been for the past four weeks of getting things open back up in his medical judgment it's important because we gotta we gotta get back going again and all the evidence points to it science data the things that they keep saying they're making their judgments on it all points to let's go and once we get going get out of our way and let's make the money let us feed our families again say fifty one.

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"bruce green" Discussed on Mt. Rushmore Podcast

Mt. Rushmore Podcast

04:08 min | 2 years ago

"bruce green" Discussed on Mt. Rushmore Podcast

"Had this really. Yeah absolutely and it was an old kind of Venerable Bank trying to reach out to this new hippie market for these these young kids soft-focus. You'd see like these young people playing with their dog. Crocker had a cocker. Spaniel was there. Oh Wow if I remember correctly. Yeah softest looking. All dogs the Congressman. That is it interesting aspect where it's hard to do. I don't know if you can have a pop song crossover. Now because there's such a cynical audience that want to be marketed to so you wouldn't call request a commercial. Nobody would call a radio station now anyway because there's no nobody listen to know picking up. Yeah Yeah but you wouldn't Don't turn that down okay. That's good I do love me some Paul Williams and the carpet. Oh my God. Karen Carpenter thought herself as a drummer. Kinda was made to sing. I guess I'll say yeah. Richard kind of posture in out from the Drum Kit this woman has the voice of remember watching a clip on Youtube of one of their variety specials and she has like a drum solo. Your thing maybe it was against buddy rich or something like that or or as versus some like wilno drummer yeah. She held her own. Yeah she just. She's really pretty good drummer. Yeah and she. I think she earned Richard. We're hop- he was hoping to like a Harpsichord thing and she'd jump to like a snare like a big bass drums something absolutely but that is the kind of the death of the pop song jingle do you remember what was it some kind of like loan company or something like that payday loans or something where these guys were playing like. A lute guy was spending pretend they're pretending to be of music group or some other is the free credit report. Yeah the free. That's the last one that I remember. That had even a whiff of crossover. Yeah Yeah Yeah Okay so that was Super Fun. That was Super Fun. All right so I want to go out and do the state of the Union. This is the state of the Affairs where we go and Read some of the things that are suggested by the folks on facebook. Vox THE VOX. Populi responded to our request and Michael and Richard did not. I did not clear this with them. They're not I- rolling at all James Walker asked did Mr Plow Jingle Count and Dan Ready did Bruce. Green suggested that in and out. I didn't know they had us. And yeah boy if you wanted. If you wanted episode you thought to yourself I wanNA hear Michael and Richard Kenniston. Yeah this is the episode for the FIG Newton. There's a FIG Newton Jingle you won't get a Newton I got a big news the That was suggested by our Buddy Lee Sandberg. I can sing the quaker valley chewy Granola Bar. Commercial busted out. Mac Chew Valley Quaker Valley got the or Ida Pizza Bagel Bites Commercial Pizza in the morning pizza evening at the. Wow you know these pizza on a Bagel. You have pizza anytime. I would say It's the most New York food. A Pizza Bagel is only if you wash it down with Authentic Brooklyn water. The Oscar Mayer commercial was probably the biggest one which one the we the If I was I had to. There's the there's the Oscar Mayer Wiener one. And then there's my Bologna has a first name. So there's two separate there's you could go either way on that one. So angry about see could just.

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"bruce green" Discussed on WRIR.org 97.3FM

WRIR.org 97.3FM

14:38 min | 2 years ago

"bruce green" Discussed on WRIR.org 97.3FM

"Of his support and advocated as I go around him sure quite struck by the fact that there's a lot of people here talking about Limburg even though he didn't run here each comes up a lot of it is an all negative there's quite a few people here I I I guess one way to put it is a long time New Hampshire activist very smart woman said to me that he she is not a fan of Bloomberg doesn't like it doesn't approve of him and yet says that when she talks people she finds a awful lot of people who are simply exhausted they're worn out by three years of Donald Trump and they find the idea of somebody with an immense amount of money ready to you know to spend whatever it takes on a campaign appealing it's almost as if you know you look at the good billionaire versus the bad billionaire or some some is that what we come down to which it remember good game versus the bad are the head of the just inquire calculus right but is it causing you know a federal I'm I'm annoyed with Biden because by entering the race hi he foreclose the possibility really good candidates like Jerry Brown and now that's the the governor of Montana and others did to end and affect and clearly affected in a a Cory Booker now this SO that he's already did did a lot of damage to my mind before I even got into the race got into these results so at the end of the day it looks like we might have Sanders but a judge and club which and mayor Bloomberg would that be a safe bet do you think or I I think it's relatively safe in the in the short term but also you that this is a big you know if we're honest with ourselves we start to look forward if by disappearing baby they may not happen soon but if he does go out if Warren fades there's still not a lot of space no guarantees were any closure or people who judge makes their next win is in South Carolina I don't think so both of them mmhm terribly badly with African American voters is it Nevada well you know but just a little bit action there but not as much as you might imagine and then you go to super Tuesday which is this massive you know fight out and so I would suggest to you and I don't think we're there yet and trust me I I definitely think there's couple stages to go are you do you have the possibility of a Bloomberg versus Sanders race and that's that the billionaire versus the candidate who's oppose the billionaire class but a fascinating fascinating test for America millionaires and billionaires and there's one standing right next to me I can see it I could be a very interesting debate standards would win it but then what would but a judge to our what would bluebird to spend another you know fifty million I don't know fifty hundred million to a million that day the Bloomberg thing with the money isn't really unsettling prospect because into opens up a possibility of a different politics in America where at point we thought small donors might really be shifting our politics in the right direction we end up with the biggest donor in history flying his way in is it there's so much to discuss with this I know we don't have the time well we'll we'll we'll night there's much to come we will pick it up later and thank you so much for joining us said John subtle pleasure my friend and again I mean speaking with John Nichols is in New Hampshire he's the nation magazine's washing cars bonnet and the host of the next left a podcast his books include people get ready the fight against the jobless economy the citizen less democracy co authored with Robert McChesney and his forthcoming book is the fight for the soul of the Democratic Party the enduring legacy of Henry Wallace's anti fascist anti racist politics again take a brief station break back examining the brazen way the Attorney General United States William Barr has turned the justice department to a private law firm representing us all client Donald J. trump welcome back and me and monsters in this is background briefing available twenty four seven a background briefing dot org and joining us after Becca right she has a professor of law at New York law school who studies ethics and the history of the loan she was previously assistant district attorney in Manhattan and her work examines the country's tradition of prosecutorial independence particularly with regard to the president's power to control the department of justice she's a confirming legal analyst at CBS news where she appears regularly discussed national legal issues and she has a scholarly article with Bruce green at the Alabama law review can the president control department justice and at the Fordham law review may federal prosecutors take directions from the president welcome to background briefing Rebecca racing thank you so much it looks as though Rebecca that the president is answered your question at least in the former control the department of justice the president tweets out to his very upset at the sentencing proposals from the DOJ for Rajasthan from seven to nine years he called that horrible and very unfair situation and the real crimes on the other side as nothing happened to them cannot allow this miscarriage of justice and no sooner does the president creek that at the department of justice revises the sentencing and later today the come up with a new sentencing guideline for Roger stone and it just seems that you cannot not notice the cause and effect here yes that's absolutely true I mean the funny thing is when we wrote that paper can the president control department of justice we almost took it for granted that the president should never tried a question in our paper was whether it would be legal for the president to interfere in an individual investigation or prosecution so it you know we've really moved far beyond that because now we're talking about questioning the norms that I think it's quite there have been held for centuries so it's you know it's it's not it's not a question of whether this is legal or not legal it seems like the whole sounds of what is right is shifting now in a in an alarming sort of way well it's it's pretty clear that this a loyalist a close aide of at William by who's recently appointed Timothy shape to the acting US attorney in Washington they say in this transition with family wasn't particularly graceful because the US attorney and Jesse Lou she was gonna get a post at the treasury department and now she sort of in limbo and she's been sort of muscle out but even the new guy vase guide Timothy Shea he apparently is not very comfortable with the fact that they've ever ruled Jesse Lou and you know even though he apparently has some qualms about the sentencing of stone made by these line prosecuted as he went along with it perhaps because he wanted to win over them troops in his office but now apparently he's uncomfortable so it just feels like the president's muscling in on bass muscling in this is the same someone unprecedented since your study this over a span of his I mean you know that there have been points and history where president have directed their attorneys general who have in turn tried to influence prosecution so it's not unheard of but generally and has been frowned upon and for the most part once it has become public it's become very clear said that's not the way most people think that the US attorney's offices should function relationship to the president so I well I wouldn't say unprecedented certainly in scale it is quite different than anything that has come before but can one see this in the context of investigating the investigators because we know how by is characterized the mylar report before it came out and that definitely had an effect on the impact that report had and now it looks as if not any of the investigating the investigators that I'm doing Mahler's work here because this these cases with that stone and general Flynn I come out of the Mollen investigation so now they're trying to reduce the sensing for a Roger stone and there's a very strong likelihood that they will also do the same for a general Flynn who apparently really lied to to his the prosecutors he made a deal with them they are a and did the deal then he hired some via ideologically driven in experienced lawyers who's totally screwed things up for him an exasperated both the prosecutors and the judge and they're about to give him I think six months in jail so it's very likely that if they if they will reduce stone sentence or even removed altogether they'll probably do the same for Michael Flynn yes I Adam when you think about at the special prosecutor we think about the process we have that process to ensure that whatever investigation will be nonpartisan that that whole process is set up to ensure that and when Muller was appointed he was widely approved of by Republicans and Democrats and the whole point is before the outcome before we get to an outcome which one side is definitely going to be unhappy with we agree upon a process by which we choose the least likely individuals to make a decision in a in a partisan personal motivated bias kind of way and then in a democracy and when the will of law is governing we accept the results and what happened here is something quite different when we allow the personal feelings of one side to dominate then you know the side particularly here bar and and and president trump or in power then the mechanisms of the rule of law are significantly eroded and it's it's it is quite alarming more than you know the the these individual prosecutions which I think you're absolutely right there more crime you know cult were committed by these individuals and they should have the same criminal consequences as anybody else but but that the harm I think it's quite a bit more significant which is if we don't if we can't respect these processes when the outcome is something other than what we want then AP it is extremely alarming for democracy because this is the way in which we hold powerful people to count and again I'm speaking with Rebekah Roy features a professor of law at New York law school who studies ethics and history of the law she was previously assistant district attorney in Manhattan and I work examines the country's tradition of prosecutorial independence particularly with regard to the president's power to control the department of justice she's a contributing legal analyst at CBS news which she appears regularly to discuss national legal issues and she had a recent article at the Alabama law review with Bruce green can the press the control the department of justice and at the formal review may federal prosecutors take directions from the president now do you have any idea what's going on inside the OJ Rebecca rife with with line prosecutors with the rank and file particularly now that it's not any clear that their boss the Attorney General William Barr is acting as president's chief counsel almost like the DOJ has become a private law firm representing Donald Trump there's gonna be some just quiet in within the educationally within main justice because my understanding is that virus micro managing a lot not just to at every turn protecting the president and going to the mat for him but apparently he's also the fact that he's put in Timothy J. for example as a loyalist and he's got John dharmas well another loyalist after investigating the investigators Sir yeah I mean you know Durham at least was appointed to the proper mechanisms I'm somebody who believes in those mechanisms and I you know I have yet to see the results of their arms and application but at least he was approved for the proper in the in the proper way and I think this installing somebody without having the proper oversight is concerning dad you know whether or not the problem is almost that even if this individual is alcohol and pursues cases without regard to partisan advantage you have to be concerned today you know we don't know that because we don't have the insurance assurance that we use to set the legitimacy of the department of justice has been eroded significantly and I don't personally know what the mood is within the department of justice but I would certainly think that specially in the arenas in which he has the del bar or president trump has attempted to interfere it's not good I'm not and you know it gets more significant I would expect to see people more people actually putting out of the I think the assistant who was responsible for the for the for the filing and the Roger stone case resigned and not from the office.

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"bruce green" Discussed on Brief History Podcast

Brief History Podcast

01:35 min | 2 years ago

"bruce green" Discussed on Brief History Podcast

"A minimum time to ensure safe separation. Pilots would have been aware of at this but due to the high concentration quieted. Avoid Sam's anti-aircraft wholesaler rate of British C- hairless many failed to climb to the necessary. Release Point the Argentine forces of the problem by fitting improvised retarding devices allowing the pilots effectively employ low level bombing attacks tax on eight June in his while critical account of the Falklands war. Admiral would blind the ABC World Services Missile Disclosing Information. That led the Argentines to chain the retarded. The voice from the bombs World Service reported the locker destinations assignations after receiving a briefing on the matter from the Ministry of Defence Official described the BBC as being more concerned with being quote failing Ayla seekers after truth and quote and the lives of the British service. Colonel Joan level similar accusations against the BBC. After disclosed the impending pushes tackle Bruce Green by two para dirty bombs hit British ships without detonating law. Craig the retired marshal. The force is said to have remarked six batted fuses and we would have lost although art and an antelope were both lost. Advise despite the failure of bombs to explode fuses were function correctly and the bombs were simply released from to altitude..

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"bruce green" Discussed on Brief History Podcast

Brief History Podcast

01:35 min | 2 years ago

"bruce green" Discussed on Brief History Podcast

"A minimum time to ensure safe separation. Pilots would have been aware of at this but due to the high concentration quieted. Avoid Sam's anti-aircraft wholesaler rate of British C- hairless many failed to climb to the necessary. Release Point the Argentine forces of the problem by fitting improvised retarding devices allowing the pilots effectively employ low level bombing attacks tax on eight June in his while critical account of the Falklands war. Admiral would blind the ABC World Services Missile Disclosing Information. That led the Argentines to chain the retarded. The voice from the bombs World Service reported the locker destinations assignations after receiving a briefing on the matter from the Ministry of Defence Official described the BBC as being more concerned with being quote failing Ayla seekers after truth and quote and the lives of the British service. Colonel Joan level similar accusations against the BBC. After disclosed the impending pushes tackle Bruce Green by two para dirty bombs hit British ships without detonating law. Craig the retired marshal. The force is said to have remarked six batted fuses and we would have lost although art and an antelope were both lost. Advise despite the failure of bombs to explode fuses were function correctly and the bombs were simply released from to altitude..

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"bruce green" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

05:37 min | 3 years ago

"bruce green" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"She brings joy when from the right grief run from. Of all the news that India, we know tourist. She sees subtly. And she says. Ajar work. I'm she still yet. From the nest she can walk. Choose chill. Six. Sevens secret. Defa. Doc. The priest St. says, where wicked to worship. The devils put we respect the old ways and we just regard his. As e as we serve the night. Leave. That's black. Royal. Jews. Joe? Three. Serve six full goal. Sevens. I secret. Those are the unthanked s- Rachel and Becky unthank- from Newcastle. England and the song magpie actually a song from the nineteen sixties written by the English folk singer David Dodds, but brilliantly, covered here by the unthank- from their album mount, the air before that we heard, Bruce green and core, Loy mcwhirter and the title track from their Irie album called come near my love an album as they say, on the record cover of mostly dark and quiet songs folk songs mostly a couple of exceptions, but just the vocal harmonies that the two of them, and that the unthank- employ seem to be very different vocal harmonies, but both of them are really kind of unsettling and beautiful. At the same time. Now, I have to say I had not heard of Bruce green and core. Loy mcwhirter than not particularly well, known until I had a chance to see them down in Knoxville, Tennessee, at the annual big years festival, where Sam Madan the Vermont born now London-based folk singer and songwriter, and composer was was really saying you gotta see these two. They were playing in a little bar on the outskirts of the downtown area. And Sam actually did a lovely little introduction to their set and then got out of the way and let them do their thing, which, which is pretty amazing. We'll hear a little more from Bruce green and core. Loy mcwhirter at the end of the show. But right now, we're going to hear Sam himself Amazon doing version of the song Lillio, and it seems like he probably got his version of Lillio from Bruce green because here is the way Bruce. Things that on that record with core. Loy mcwhirter worth really play bowl. Oh. Oh, there were three loners come corden mo- lily, owes we'd high. Oh, the first one k old wrist. In was. Oh, really? Oh, come Colin for his heart still alive. Luli. Oh, sweet. Oh, that's just the opening of the song Lillio or as Bruce, green calls it. Oh, Lillio now, let's hear Sam Madan born in Vermont steeped in the New England folk tradition. He's been based in London for a number of years now, but still a fixture on the American new music scene. He's worked with people like composer, Nico Mueller and his childhood friends the pianist, and composer, Thomas Bartlett. But here's Sam initially on his own, with version of Leo, that seems to come straight out of the Bruce, green version, just heard, but by the end of the peace, it has gone somewhere, sonically quite different. They're worth relays eighty.

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"bruce green" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:51 min | 3 years ago

"bruce green" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"London. It's, it's a wonderful combination. And on this edition of new sounds, we will be hearing music that does two things. It tells the story and in no fewer than four of the songs. The story is about a girl named Molly, but will also be listening to some amazing vocal work really distinctive voices. Sometimes on their own, but more often in collaboration, for example, the late American folksinger Bill Morrissey collaborating with Suzanne Vega. The Scottish English group known as the furrow collective, and in American duo calling itself among the oaken dash, who do old Appalachian, murder, ballads, and other good stuff. I'm John Schaffer. Glad you've joined us for this edition of new sounds. Which frankly put together simply to have an excuse to play this two minutes song for you. It's an old folk song called come near my love from an album of the same name by Bruce green and core. Loy mcwhirter the two of them met in the mid seventies and have been singing together ever since. And there is something absolutely bewitching about the way that his voice, and her voice harmonize in this song will, then here's some music from northern England Rachel, and Becky unthank-. They are sisters, and they record as the unthanked s-, and their harmonies are also capable of raising the little hairs on the back of your neck will hear their version of the song magpie. But I here is Bruce green and core law mcwhirter just the two voices unaccompanied, unadorned, and these spine tingling harmonies that they get on the song, come near. My love..

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"bruce green" Discussed on Dude Soup

Dude Soup

01:31 min | 3 years ago

"bruce green" Discussed on Dude Soup

"Hey on dude soup today. We got we got news and. How does Lawrence usually do this? He does a cold open. Adam. Do you want Gusta the Terenzi both of them? Are you wanna go? Yeah. Let's do it on your adding. Hey, guys. Welcome. Ching. It over to my buddy Gus right now. So Gus go ahead and start the intro. Did my full intro ready? I'm all the Clinton here. Get us out of there. Is it so long ago that we're in rally intro? Yeah. Hey, everyone. Welcome to another week of dude soup. How's everyone doing today? Pretty well. Great. Oh my God. We have guests that aren't people who normally work air joined by Bruce green gets mad. If I don't introduce them. I true. Burbach Gus Johnson from the internet. Internet guys for coming. Thanks for having me. Yesterday came and you came today, and then I like very little notice we which we really appreciate now we're going ever. All video though. I thought get asked to return gas much of around anything. So it'd be a big strong only appearance. Confusing. Visuals. Do not know who our guests are or who Bruce is great. We'll get you all caught up on that..

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"bruce green" Discussed on Dude Soup

Dude Soup

04:12 min | 3 years ago

"bruce green" Discussed on Dude Soup

"Or more on that later, but first let me use my guest Adam Covic joined by James Williams, and Bruce green they all doing. Oh. Bowing out there in TV land. They can't see. I don't know people watch this podcast. But it's on another monitor another monitoring. I always wondered what what is the visual? I feel bad because we're Mars over there. Switching cameras. No, one cares. Omar's killing himself making the show not hurt. He's trying Rover. He's framing it up. It could just be on the ground every time we're catching up to the Austin team. All catch. What they're I used to listen to the restrict podcast when I watch it. But everyone would see what are they doing pitcher and pitcher now cool win. So now, it's like, oh, and Gus talks to Bernie are whoever's on the other couch. It's two heads looking at it. Looks like CNN. Yeah. Get oh shit. Oh. Omar, where's? What Adam oh, hold on? Where look this way. How are things going over there and TV land all the way? Otherwise, there you go. That's this is really good for the audio listeners that we just explicitly stated are the primary. Sorry, audio listeners. They're looking at each other and a to a two picture thing. I made notice I always apologized the ID listeners because I am an audio listener of podcast. I almost never watch podcast here by yourself. Yeah. I I think the the little guy. Oh, eighty hundred thousand or whatever. But you're probably wondering why we haven't said a single curse words has been thirty seconds. Fuck fuck shit con hor twenty eight seconds bag. So video came out recently where you basically YouTube is telling us they're clearing up. Why you can't curse in your videos or basically why you can they're trying to be specific. I appreciate that. They're explaining to you why you're being democratized. So turns out it has always been this way. And they just want to make things more clear, but in typical YouTube fashion, this brought up more questions and answers. I think anytime you try to explain the robot in the cave people search has more question. But why it's very simple. There's just a man it's a twilight zone reference so YouTube channel creator insider released a video with special guest. John they didn't give a last name from the monetization policy team at YouTube assume that I'm sure that's where he's at because these are all YouTube, employees, generally. So they broke down all those really hard to understand facts for us. Knuckle dragon folk who curse a lot, and they told us the do's and don'ts of YouTube. No, we swear it's always been this way explanation. So no, they don't swear. Is the problem? More like, hey, everybody out there and TV. No, it's not a hot take take that just hot. Oh, it doesn't get to the theory. Then it's just considered. There's good news words like heck darn and choke me. Daddy, also, gosh, darn it are still a okay they sugar pine it'll be alright right fine. Still all I beat is not one of these daddy. So more crass language is much more Tabio. But basically, it's when you say it like we're kind of looting to apparently, it's more damaging to your video if you curse in the title thumbnail, and in the first thirty seconds of video, which once again is pulling the curtain back a little bit of how the YouTube robot works. I'm glad they did it like, I I really appreciate the fact that the I've had I've been on emails with YouTube where they've said that they've said at the very beginning of the video you said these things or you did these things that's why it's demonetized. And so I've kind of gone around like sugar sugar pine mainly and I've been like, hey, so try to keep those things like tone them down a little bit even before like just for the first thirty seconds a minute video and. Once you get into the video. It's totally fine. It's almost feels like you're now misleading people. You're purposely trying to trick them getting your video thinking, it's all cool and fine and sparkley. And then you get us these haggard, you know, thirty year olds cursing at you. But, but you do want you to sort of we say our are thirty four for the end into the video, which is why can't come after us. We don't start legiter buckle start with desert..

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