21 Burst results for "Brunetti"

"brunetti" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology

Rock N Roll Archaeology

01:35 min | 1 year ago

"brunetti" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology

"We have a rehearsal studio here. But you know we're not gonna you know we're not gonna four everybody together. Ready the tour until it makes sense. So we're working with the videos and we're doing everything online now of thing because desserts really with the businesses right now and so so so we'll help them to get going and you know what you will be sleeping in the back of the suv. So we have we have to. You know we have to hook up with somebody as walnut back to something like that happen. I'm no one was going with the flow. You know wanting to do yeah. We'll do a few more years. We'll see in by dan. You know it'll be christmas christmas shows and then next year we'll be ready to start. Hopefully touring and and doing the next down. You know starting next out there you know. We're already talking about so so that the album is currently out. Is the queen of pittsburgh. New folks want to check out your videos. You've got one on the way out and one already out. What's the best way to get in touch with you and check out the music and maybe even listen to the previous record. Well you can always go to my website which is www dot kenny's nettie dot com. That's t- by beanie are you and he teaching guy dot com and There's links there you know the connect.

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"brunetti" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology

Rock N Roll Archaeology

07:13 min | 1 year ago

"brunetti" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology

"I way. We waited to have kids. I was thirty. When i had my oldest son now and You know and then there's six years between our son so we stuck it out for awhile in new york And when our second son james warm it was there was just a trying to circumstances New york was getting cost. prohibitive My manager that short-track with another business because his wife had their second baby make money and so you know and there were people back home. They were having health problems and stuff but you know when you come back and and help the family out a little bit you know so And then things happened. My parents were retiring in the house that i grew up in became available. So just like that. Dip serendipity ryan everything showing the price it was just you know the thing to do. So how long have you been back at it. Oh about eight years now looking up until the pandemic when you were you out into it. Was it as fulltime as you could be. I mean when you got back into it did you. Did you guys go into it. Full steam we did was We've put together about nettie. Five years ago we put together a warning to start gigging again this age. It's a little different so But we will retire and so that made it a little bit easier. at least we want working day. Just my husband took some games While we were while you work in this day. John here and there. But i did and it was hard. It took a toll on my elbows. Okay yeah pushing on three hundred pound people who need the heart test in. So i so i couldn't play an function as an echo. Cardio harper i. I gave up the music alive But wouldn't put a little blues cover band together just to see just to check out the scene here in emergency same from one of the do it and and we prayed commerce. That bottle old. I mean i just started writing actually Some songs for that band and decided that Hey meg we should. Let's do another album. And i want the grandkids grandma and grandpa cool. I read that you said that in an interview that thought it was such a cool statement. Yeah i sure that was. It was like that was the reason records album and i ran into The white of my producer being sergeant On facebook and he produced my first several while them in new york and the first call recording engineer. New york city. Back in the day he worked on a lot of big projects and albums. Stuff and then fasting. Anyway i he's he's my edge and I said day now you know thinking of record. And he said let's do. It just shocked that he would wanna do it. He's like semi retired. I know other people are trying to get him into the studio again. He couldn't do it but we had so much fun and had such a great result. A good team. You know we work. We get each other matters way and we had the same kind of taste and And what we wanted here you know. But he but he's he's a genius and This whole queen of pittsburgh saying this was his idea. We collaborated on a couple of songs. right writing wise so i wrote a couple of songs on this album. And he came to pittsburgh we were doing pre production marquee dino and mike hannigan his partner his business partner is as my other michael these based on the album too and they came to pittsburgh when we were doing pre production. We're trying to gather material talking about. What of album is going to be in this. That and the other. And we gave them a tour pittsburgh. And i have a rockstar has wonderful off downtown. And i have a gorgeous cities you and We took them around and showed them pittsburgh. And then on the way back to the poconos i get a phone call from. He's like okay. I have this idea for a song. It's called queen. Queen of pittsburgh here comes the. Hey you know what i mean. The locals are issue thing. She should expect that. If you've heard the song you know. Now that the album's out people should know that right. Is you know. I'm not going to stop chicken ass until they make me so So the paint. That spank bitch jeaner better without doing another album for me ask you. I if how far in advance. You're you're planning your music. Is there another one another one in thought at least. Are you writing ahead some things. Well you know. I usually. I have a couple of things ready for the next album. As far as writing goes okay and with this pandemic and they said this album's taking forever to get out because we got hit with the parents. Yeah yeah so it had been. I think three quarters of the way done before the pants down. I can't you know And and then you know couldn't even each other so you couldn't get the studio so The plan is i have a wonderful film crew. That undoing videos but i there were editing our second video right now my first. The first single evil woman came out about two months ago. Yeah and these. I had these young guys who graduated from rutgers shown school their bona fide makers and We're doing videos together. And we have another Morning cam right now. That they'll editing and that that should be out in a few weeks. Yeah and so. That's the plan we'll get now. Is my games all over. the place. perish shelter. The keyboard player that played on my first album. Things in he's in new york city gain and mike are in my dan now my producers and they're in the poconos there six hours away from me by not vizier..

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"brunetti" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology

Rock N Roll Archaeology

05:18 min | 1 year ago

"brunetti" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology

"Wiler. Let's jump right in to the next exciting interview. Teddy brunetti said her latest album. The queen of pittsburgh began as a legacy album of sorts. She said i wanted our grandchildren to know that grandma and grandpa were cool once the singer. Songwriter and drummer has been a musician for most of her life once touring a member of the b girls and most recently the teddy brunetti band. She is my guest on this edition of american music profiles. I teddy. Welcome to our podcast. Hi how are you did i. I am great. Thanks for taking the time out of your busy schedule to chat with us a few minutes about your music. I really appreciate it. It's my pleasure and You are for me up north. I'm in virginia. You're in pennsylvania correct. That's correct pittsburgh. Pennsylvania right is that been Home your whole life. Most of my life. I got we stack that the seventies eighties. My husband and i my husband's my guitar player again. We met in a band and we went to new york city and our music career new york city in the seventies and eighties and then Had two sons and came back to pittsburgh to raise the kids and We're still here when you came back you said your musical career Did you come back and continue playing or change directions for awhile now. We we change directions. we i went back to school for ultrasound and i did party hack vascular ultrasound for about twenty years and my husband. My husband's vietnam that sought of the european degree from northwestern and so he did accounting he was an auditor. Became the people used to make fun of and and we've been retired for about eight or nine years now and so we're we're back in the music business cool so i gotta ask a drummer. How it's it's not the thing that you typically see women doing. That's not typically the instrument that they migrate towards. How did that happen for you. Well you know it's funny because my parents thought the same thing. I was like eleven years old and i went to a girlfriend's birthday forty and Her older sister had a little vitrolles and they put their single on. Every was louis louis by the kings and and yeah right so that song if you listen to the drums are bombast sir and it through me like a both of lightning and the drums. Just pick me. And i just possessed iran to that little patrol and i just kept playing that song over and over again and in those moments of listening to what i just. I just knew this is what you do. You're a drummer a musician. And this is what you're gonna do with your life and it was just something that hit the deepest part of my soul and i just you know i'd asked my mom. How do you know what you're going to be. How do you know when you're falling on. You'll know no she says y'all now you know what are you. Are you now what you say when you go up the all now you know it was one of those kind of things i just knew you know. I want go ahead. So did she try to talk you out of that advice when she realized that you wanted to be a drummer. It's actually one home and i asked. Can i take trump. last night. Never played a musical instrument or anything and and They said now because they thought it was a boys' instrument. So i so. I asked for the next best thing which made was guitar okay. And so they allow that. And i took guitar lessons. And they bought the mccarthy did really well and it served me well because now that's how that's how i write my music but My my daughters. My mother was a tap dancer when she was young and she always wanted to play the drums and she just thought it was a phase. I just got one. But when i got a job at the chicken place and and took my money and got on the baltimore not to the mall and done myself up to drug weapons. Everyone was shocked. You know that that's what this you know kids dead and And i just fell in love with it. I loved drunk techniques. I love everything about the browns. You know and i've had i was them. Rarely wonderful teachers and i ended up getting a scholarship glomming college. The instant kentucky university couple years and dropped out and went on the road with the band and so Yeah and then ended up in new york city. And i did a lot there and You know i'm back so you spent the first part of your life as a professional drummer in various different kinds of bands. Was there a particular style.

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"brunetti" Discussed on No Agenda

No Agenda

05:48 min | 1 year ago

"brunetti" Discussed on No Agenda

"We congratulate a executive producer of the no agenda show in hollywood productions dana brunetti. Turn forty eight on june eleventh. And he's just let us know now. Michael anthony manga thirty eight on the twenty-seven sarah and max are now say happy birthday to They're amazing and wonderful niece. Molly who turns twelve today at a sarah Cer- nells happy birthday to her husband. Matt who turns something between thirty eight and one hundred and twenty tomorrow the thirtieth and jack credo happy was beautiful girlfriend. Lady bernadette. she'll be thirty tomorrow. And finally dame vox fifty one on august thirtieth happy birthday. Everybody here at the best podcast. In the universe. I have a correction. Brunetti actually told us on his birthday. I know gutless in this in the vortex then he'll kill grouse about you saying that because he's he still irked about this associate executive commission situation. Don't want to do so. Yeah we've got title change. Barron kevin mclaughlin donated the amount of one thousand dollars more in extra upgrade. He becomes the duke of luna lover of america and boobs. And who isn't congratulations duke of luna. Thank you very much for your support of the best podcast in the universe. Now we have a lineup We have a brand new human resource. Who will be helped onto the podium. By mom and dad in this case and two other gent. So let me grab the uh us my blade here. Careful just the baby. Yeah bring up here at a nelson six days old good to see mr an an john leoni. All three of you have supported the no agenda show in the amount of one thousand dollars more. I'm very proud to pronounce the k. d. dame of the sassy tans sir and the one b and serves zillah for you. We've got well. I don't wanna be appropriate but the president blow radio and also rounding out for you. We've got t. natto warm blankets and open arms. That's for you. Atta also guessing sock blankets and bourbon ginger ale and gerbils breast.

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"brunetti" Discussed on No Agenda

No Agenda

05:46 min | 1 year ago

"brunetti" Discussed on No Agenda

"We congratulate a executive producer of the no agenda show in many hollywood productions dana brunetti. Turn forty eight on june eleventh. And he's just let us know now. Michael anthony manga thirty eight on the twenty-seven sarah and max are now say happy birthday to They're amazing and wonderful niece. Molly who turns twelve today at a sarah Cer- nells happy birthday to her husband. Matt who turns something between thirty eight and one hundred and twenty tomorrow the thirtieth and jack credo happy was beautiful girlfriend. Lady bernadette. she'll be thirty tomorrow. And finally dame vox fifty one on august thirtieth happy birthday. Everybody here at the best podcast. In the universe. I have a correction. Brunetti actually told us on his birthday. I know gutless in this in the vortex then he'll kill grouse about you saying that because he's he still irked about this associate executive commission situation. Don't want to do so. Yeah we've got title change. Barron kevin mclaughlin donated the amount of one thousand dollars more in extra upgrade. He becomes the duke of luna lover of america and boobs. And who isn't congratulations Duke of luna. Thank you very much for your support of the best podcast in the universe. Now we have a lineup We have a brand new human resource. Who will be helped onto the podium. By mom and dad in this case and two other gent. So let me grab the uh us my blade here. Careful just a baby baby. Yeah bring up here at a nelson six days old good to see mr an an john leoni. All three of you have supported the no agenda show in the amount of one thousand dollars more. I'm very proud to pronounce the k. d. dame of the sassy tans sir and the one b and serves zillah for you. We've got well. I don't wanna be appropriate but the president blow radio and also rounding out for you. We've got t. natto warm blankets and open arms. That's for you. Atta also guessing sock blankets and bourbon ginger ale and gerbils breast.

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"brunetti" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily

Software Engineering Daily

04:10 min | 1 year ago

"brunetti" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily

"I really don't have any problem. Promoting g too. I because i have been a power user of their services and i gotta tell you it will accelerate your development cadence. Were talking at a pretty high level here. And i wonder from for from somebody who's been watching distributed systems since they were coming into their own. How much has coober netties helped with the development process of this kind of stuff that we're talking about yes so first of all. I'm going to. I hope you tell me. It's over hyped. Is it over hived. I'm not a coup brunetti fan boy in the sense that i think it's inelegant in a lot of ways but it's one like there isn't a reasonable alternative that you can tell people this is this is this is the heterodox infrastructure podcast today. So i've made my peace with cooper netease and in fact our cloud services are built on cooper netease with the eye towards if somebody wants to run astra cassandra or astra pulsar on their own. Vm ware or red hat who bonetti's installation then we can give them The operators control plane to do that. So if kuban as didn't win because of superior technology wide kuban as win. It's backed by google and this critical mass past which you're kind of spitting into the wind right and i think we hit that point to a couple of years ago but wasn't it. At least the least bad architecture was mazo significantly. Better was cloud foundry better. You could be right. I'm not looking to argue. The details of how good the architecture is all right fair enough. But i'm sorry. So i got a little sidetracked there but does it help to at least have a standardization. You at least we have. Maybe the lennox distribution we built socks. But at least we're all using it. I'd have to think about that. Analogy to see how much i agree with it. But yes it does help a great deal to have that common layer but you can start building against okay so you sell people pulsar. Do they care or has costco. One net spitting into the wind thing. So yes and yes and no i think in that order. So yes we're selling pulsar. Two people in two ways were selling cloud service that i mentioned and we're also selling a luna streaming support in distribution for people who wanna run pulsar themselves and so what people don't like is rewriting code right so if i were going there and saying hey i want you to rewrite everything these pollstar. I think that would be super difficult. Despite the technical advantages that pulchra has architecturally. But that's not what i'm telling people i'm telling people. Hey no i have a james implementation that you can start using. Tomorrow i'm saying i have a pulsar. Cluster that speaks the kafka api and so until my messages. You don't have to rewrite your code. You can move it to pulsar without doing that. Rewrite and so yeah. People are very interested in that. What's the process of getting to a point where you feel comfortable handing this over to people as critical infrastructure. So i'll back up a little bit to the one of the first things. I said here where i said. That pulsar is bulletproof. And i said that an asterisk next to that so the asterisk is that pulsar is still at the kind of adolescent stage of open source projects where it's adding new features faster than it can keep those stable and what i mean by that is so i mentioned we have a distribution of pulsar luna streaming the version of luna streaming. That's outright now is based on pollstar. Two dot six dot two were working on a version of luna streaming based on pulsar. Two seven two. That's going to be out. In the next couple of weeks. Meanwhile apache pulsar released version. Two dot eight.

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"brunetti" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily

Software Engineering Daily

04:09 min | 1 year ago

"brunetti" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily

"I really don't have any problem. Promoting g too. I because i have been a power user of their services and i gotta tell you it will accelerate your development cadence. Were talking at a pretty high level here. And i wonder from for from somebody who's been watching distributed systems since they were coming into their own. How much has coober netties helped with the development process of this kind of stuff that we're talking about yes so first of all. I'm going to. I hope you tell me. It's over hyped. Is it over hived. I'm not a coup brunetti fan boy in the sense that i think it's inelegant in a lot of ways but it's one like there isn't a reasonable alternative that you can tell people this is this is this. Is the hetero infrastructure podcast today. So i've made my peace with cooper netease and in fact our cloud services are built on cooper netease with the eye towards if somebody wants to run astra cassandra or astra pulsar on their own. Vm ware or red hat who bonetti's installation then we can give them The operators control plane to do that. So if kuban as didn't win because of superior technology wide kuban as win well. It's backed by google and this critical mass past which you're kind of spitting into the wind right. And i think we hit that point to a couple of years ago but wasn't it. At least the least bad architecture was mazo significantly. Better was cloud foundry better. You could be right. I'm not looking to argue. The details of how good the architecture is all right fair enough. But i'm sorry. So i got a little sidetracked there but does it help to at least have a standardization. You at least we have. Maybe the lennox distribution we built socks. But at least we're all using it. I have to think about that. Analogy to see how much i agree with it but yes it does help a great deal to have that common layer but you can start building against okay so you sell people pulsar. Do they care or has costco. One net spitting into the wind thing. So yes and yes and no i think in that order. So yes we're selling pulsar. Two people in two ways were selling cloud service that i mentioned and we're also selling a luna streaming support in distribution for people who wanna run pulsar themselves and so what people don't like is rewriting code so if i were going there and saying hey i want you to rewrite everything these pollstar. I think that would be super difficult. Despite the technical advantages that pulchra has architecturally. But that's not what i'm telling people i'm telling people. Hey i have a james implementation that you can start using. Tomorrow i'm saying i have a pulsar. Cluster that speaks the kafka api and so until my messages. You don't have to rewrite your code. You can move it to pulsar without doing that. Rewrite and so yeah. People are very interested in that. What's the process of getting to a point where you feel comfortable handing this over to people as critical infrastructure. So i'll back up a little bit to the one of the first things. I said here where i said. That pulsar is bulletproof. And i said that an asterisk next to that so the asterisk is that pulsar is still at the kind of adolescent stage of open source projects where it's adding new features faster than it can keep those stable and what i mean by that is so i mentioned we have a distribution of pulsar luna streaming the version of luna streaming. That's outright now is based on pollstar. Two dot six dot two were working on a version of luna streaming based on pulsar. Two seven two. That's going to be out. In the next couple of weeks. Meanwhile apache pulsar released version..

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"brunetti" Discussed on Horizon Talk Radio's podcast

Horizon Talk Radio's podcast

08:03 min | 1 year ago

"brunetti" Discussed on Horizon Talk Radio's podcast

"Wants. Dan wants this project. So i said wow so it was you know we came out of the blue us and that was that was our intention. The whole time was we're gonna let the music speak for itself. And i never put any limits on myself so i'm happy to be here and i'm happy to be talking to you really. It's it's it's. It's not even dream. Because i wouldn't have. It's too big to wish for something like this. You know it's just happening to me. And i'm going with the flow and and i'm enjoying every day and every minute of it and i'm enjoying the process. This time i'm older. I'm more mature. I know nothing is forever and So why like by where i am today and it's it's a nice place to be absolutely With done if michael sent you. A website called the of the music funds. What we're trying to do is go to fill in the former known page to say that they wanna be a part of the competition. The nobody at the moment is signing up. I think it's something to do with the maybe. The form isn't linked to my email address publicly so it might be some techie problems there but the idea of of the music funds competitions tell you funds look if you look me that much key showed him a profile from this website and vote on mine and other people's that you like we're gonna thousands on their soon By the end of the year we're going to pick twenty or thirty top bands have been shared by the funds. And then we're going to invite them to the music fest. The world's first independent music fence we believe Because you everyone from australia. Merica canada the different places. When the european the far east will come in to one place in scotland in inverness and would just going to have a bulletin hoping for ten to twenty thousand people that watch over two stages and over long weekend and which want to be never woodstock on cyber. Stop my friend. Who's helping me. In the america. Stephen wrench is a music producer and is also one of them or the cooling is a vote in nominees votes. The best bonds. A things have been win. The grammys for the independence and was the mole. You learn to hook weeks. Bring you heard of these john anderson starship ohio david allen coe. Yeah craig campbell is is wet with old lemon guy. This happened his out. Is tom Actor and but now things as a bond and is fighting famous records with stephen ventures bone divide but is both an award-winning actress singer songwriter and as for Something the galaxy guardians of the galaxy. But yeah and the. Us tv shows that come on right. So yeah the won't stop. you're pretty. You're pretty ambitious. Yeah well we a dream and then it came as a challenge. And then a stephen venture the dream and he said right now. I challenge jews. Who got the field for him. And he's got the contacts comes the context and we want i because he's in inverness. Scotland do not glasgow edinburgh or don. Do wherever with the indianapolis because his indeed pendant music in inverness is good. India s twenty two nine september. While so there'd be plenty of time for travel restrictions to ease by the end of next year. Yeah what sounds fantastic offset So mike lasts said. He's sending everything out to people that is food days but wait until the websites ready then everybody. I've ever spoken to a list of them contacts and websites on a week. Send you the other details and probably today show Yeah i'll send you today's show as well wonderful. I appreciate that. The i think it should be opportunity to talk with you. The world nope we do want to sort of tell everybody what site whether convict you music to contact you and you can find me the best price that goes my website which is www dot teddy. Brunetti dot com. That's t. e. d. y. b. r. u. n. e. t. t. i dot com and That's the best place to find me. But i'm on all the social media on Facebook teddy brunetti instagram at teddy brunetti official You can find me On linked in you can find the on I'm on i'm on. Thank you to have a youtube channel. Teddy brunetti official youtube channel. And if you see me on spotify. Of course you can find my music on amazon and itunes and and all the music platforms and Just follow me like me. Send me send me a message on that. Send me a message Comment on the youtube channel comment on facebook or wherever on my website. You can contact me. There's a message thing. And i love keeping in touch with my social media people at all my people. I anybody who supports me Just like people so it. I'm one of those people talks to everybody. You don't want to be stuck in an elevator with me. I was going to sign the time. Forget your contact details. Just google the queen of pittsburgh dot coming fine heading and loved one. Best wishes told the family in other members of the the bound. Thank you very much it and again. Thank you for the opportunity. And i wish you the best and maybe i'll see you next year the Indeed that there's gonna be a lot of The people the will In the indie music working with we've got the spice about spicer. The the profits go into an indeed charity in the us and an indian health charity in the uk. So a lot of bands are gonna even if the comply they're gonna get very silly prices To come in or even free. Because i wanna give fifty two hundred bans on their families. Free entry you know because it's a lot of people really out of ten or twenty thousand people you know. Anyway that's obscenity in you. Have a windows the.

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"brunetti" Discussed on Horizon Talk Radio's podcast

Horizon Talk Radio's podcast

08:13 min | 1 year ago

"brunetti" Discussed on Horizon Talk Radio's podcast

"Yes. I think that one then testing. Well you know it's well. We had a a band back in the day and We've rented a house. This is before it's a per story this song and I wrote a song about that whole experience of running a house and had a band house before we even moved into it the bass player in the band. He got kicked out of his parents house because he was coming in late in the middle of the night and he He forgot his key or is a little messed up. I guess he drank too much one night and he couldn't find his keys so we broke a window in his parents house to get in. And they said that's enough you're gonna get outta here so We decided to run a to have a band house and we were all single. I mean i think i was about twenty one years old when that the i just turned twenty. One when the whole experience happened and He broke one eight hundred eight. We let him stay in the house before we moved into it and he had a party at the house and the neighbours called the concept. Just like it says in a song and set him up all right. The police went in there and he. He had some marijuana and Unbeknownst us so Yeah that's that's the song i mean it's it tells that story and So i went in the house and kicked him out. I didn't know there was any pot in the house. All right and the poor showed up that night and Yeah i didn't really. I was young and didn't know what was going on. And i ended up showing officers hand in the door because i thought he had a gun battle and Well they dropped the charges that the hearing. Let's put it that way. Nothing horrible happen. But that's part of my misspent us you know so I always thought it would be a good song. You know. it's another story song. And i and the and the music. It's fantastic on it really great saxophone so from a world renowned saxophone player from here and ted kennedy black and i was privileged to have him play on a couple tracks on my Album were friends. And he's just wonderful and he. He played a really great saxl. Not song any plans to go. Toyland oh just do it locally. Well that's that's my. That's my big plan. Okay to tour and to do many tours. And i wanna come and tour I'd love to see you in scotland. I wanna tour in europe. That's what i'm that's my dream to do. So you know arizona thing for everyone. I'm sure with this calvin so we didn't know what to expect so my plan is right now to release this album and the next few weeks do a few more videos and i'm getting. I'm doing great with this one song out right now and i and today we had We made it through ten thousand views on youtube video. Which is very hard to do when you just have one song out. Okay because people won't content nowadays they want lots of stuff but we'll have that in a few weeks when everything is released but my plan is to to keep doing these videos for the next Till the end of the year and then next year start touring again. My i live in pittsburgh my husband. Who's the week guitar players. Here in. Pittsburgh dean and mike. Mike's the bass player he michael hennigan. And he's also one of the producers on this album they live in the poconos there. Six hours away from us and then My keyboard player who played on my first album is back with me. And he's He's in queens new york so he's in new york city and so you know i have people all my dance all over the place right now. So the pool everybody together at this level of the business It's kinda tough so We're planning to many tourists 'cause here in pittsburgh there isn't enough Venues in this tristate area to support an original band all right. So we're going to have to. We're going to have to travel and do many tours You can't really make a living unless you do a cover material. And i'm just not going to do that so And i know a lot of people here do that. They you know. The singers have their ipod filled with lyrics for you know forty cover tunes and they throw in their original here and there but i have two albums worth of original material. So that's what. I'm going to tour with so some heads of most people in independent world. They said where we're independent purely because we are materials. If we did cover tracks would just be glamorized karaoke singers within come into music to People stuff on the other cajun. You might wanna do the one because you know somebody that said. Look play my son books. In general most people want to do their own stuff for the reason. Doing exactly exactly but a lot of the a lot of the people here in pittsburgh they they do cover So But i don't do it. You know well have my experience either. I i did a lot of things in new york city and toured with a lot of original acts there so And i've been writing songs since i started playing music at eleven years. Old guitar was my first instrument and Everytime learn something new on a new court or something on the guitar. I'd write a new song. So i've been writing songs since i was eleven and i'm sixty nine years old now and then right quiet long time. Yeah so i'm not dead yet and You know this whole internet thing. I mean the whole album. The fact that i'm doing it at all at this level and even talking to you so footling one because it wasn't the intention when i started this My husband and i had some songs. And i i wanna recorder now and So grandkids will know that we were call. Once you know. And then i ran into dane and he said let's do it so here we are. We went into the studio. Like i said out there in east stroudsburg and dan marsh heard one of the songs. We'll just wanted to see if we could use the studio. 'cause dean needs ninety debase at a certain price when he's mixing okay. We don't mix it that volume but that's a lot of base okay and not many studios can produce that nowadays. Everybody has a home studio. And you need like eighty thousand dollars worth of speakers to make the big bass sound right you know and so. We found the sturdy out that have the horsepower that we needed with the speakers. Here that baseball dean wants to hear it and we went in. We put one song up. We booked four hours to see if we like the studio. We could work in it and we love him to play similar comfortable there and the owner dan he stayed with us while we were there and made us very comfortable and then juvenile drove six hours back to pittsburgh and later that week i get a call from a dane and he says You have a record deal if you want it. Dan.

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"brunetti" Discussed on Horizon Talk Radio's podcast

Horizon Talk Radio's podcast

02:55 min | 1 year ago

"brunetti" Discussed on Horizon Talk Radio's podcast

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"brunetti" Discussed on Horizon Talk Radio's podcast

Horizon Talk Radio's podcast

05:07 min | 1 year ago

"brunetti" Discussed on Horizon Talk Radio's podcast

"Well something's cooking for sure. Not was i always say i was gonna say people should've Maybe shorten the end of that. You know but really on for you and on this occasion the two minutes of the the musical skills Been involved in the count. Just do this of dual. this mean. that must've took her lawyer. And i pulled you for la as brilliant while we are a couple Selo us on that The the versus in the beginning of the song. Where where i'm singing the same takes place The there's a young man. He's a local pittsburgh or his name as pierce bittner. He was fourteen years old when he recorded that And i think he's like sixteen now but He he did the lead guitar on that. My husband played rhythm guitar and then the big guitar solo at the end is by a fellow named eric steckel and he. He has quite a a career. He's the he's big in europe. Actually eric His his thing is blues metal so he he's shredding face melting guitar player and we record at the same studio and dan mall. Shit some studio in east stroudsburg pennsylvania We we both record there. And dan mixes and masters of a lot of work for both of us and he was in the studio Finishing up an album when we were there Working on this song and riots them if you would wanna play a solo came up and and did that did that. I'm amazing guitar solo. It's not easy to sell about long and keep coming up with new. I you know keep coming up with new ideas and have it sounds so fresh and so cool and So he's an amazing musician. Here's things a little bit heavier than Mind but he's he's a great musician and his musicality and his Talent a really shine on the end of that song so we'll just let them go for it. You know on knew. It was special that us two minutes definitely do. Yeah they're gonna bomb. The sun was also a meekly amazing. And why's five. Something's cooking what we had. We had a little. I hadn't played for about twenty years. Okay so i didn't even know if i if i wanted to do it again or if i could and and i wanted to play if i do something like i told you before i wanna do it on a high level so We put a little Cover band blues band together and the name of that band was something shukan. We had another guy. We had a front center for that band. Because i didn't even know if i could sing anymore because i hadn't signed for so long and so we did covers. And of course that got old from me pretty quick because i've always done original material and I started writing for that band and 'cause they were. We did a blues competition where they wanted you to have original material and i was the only one in the band who wrote so. I wrote a theme song for that band. And if something's caucus and And that's the song and it turned out way better than i thought it was going when i first wrote it and so we decided to record it because it's so much a fun song and i and i do brusca days Music and. I'm a drummer. And i love a blue shuffle. I i i dig the feel of it and i like playing it so we included that. Something's working on the album. And i'm happy we did it. And it's the last song on the album and it kinda just takes it out and a party kind of way and it ends everything really positive and upbeat on that album. And so Yeah i'm pulling down with some cooking. Some amazing some. It's going to happen. Positive leonidas is. Let's listen to the one my mitra story and then you can about that one. Meet.

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"brunetti" Discussed on Horizon Talk Radio's podcast

Horizon Talk Radio's podcast

04:38 min | 1 year ago

"brunetti" Discussed on Horizon Talk Radio's podcast

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"brunetti" Discussed on Horizon Talk Radio's podcast

Horizon Talk Radio's podcast

01:45 min | 1 year ago

"brunetti" Discussed on Horizon Talk Radio's podcast

"Imagine a world without talk. Radio exactly horizon talk. Radio online from the highlands of scotland. We ought boise's from around the world. Those best on your one talk radio station horizon tilt three you win radio he's untold radio. Talk radio the deal with the real issues ever. Welcome back to music. Seven eight pm. In scotland is free pm eastern twelve noon pacific and the americas on where tonight a lovely guest gaston how she does everything she does with got teddy brunetti tonight. Phone teddy brunetti dot com she. Singer-songwriter said drummer leader anticipate. Teddy belletti has seen a briefing junior career. In the music world would be invested into statement. The dressing among rights of pittsburgh grew up listening to songs out of a transistor radio while banging my on him and out hatbox is describing the south. I say so but janis joplin maiden steely. Dan in memphis wasn't long before teddy was torn with new york. City's the impetuous toronto's famous be goes and performing with isis Donald before finally decided to launch a Teddy webster si- kin Lucious vocals eat some charming engaging you an intimate conversation as you forget. She's singing the story unfolds..

"brunetti" Discussed on Podcast RadioViajera

Podcast RadioViajera

05:29 min | 1 year ago

"brunetti" Discussed on Podcast RadioViajera

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Deal on Fed removes obstacle to agreement on COVID-19 relief package

Marketplace with Kai Ryssdal

04:15 min | 1 year ago

Deal on Fed removes obstacle to agreement on COVID-19 relief package

"There are two things going on with this two point three trillion dollar package. Congress is working its way through and the fading hours of this year one point four trillion dollars to fund the government through next september and nine hundred billion dollars in pandemic economic relief. It looks like and one stress is looks like because you never know but it looks like the thing is gonna pass and we're going to talk about what's in it through the program today but over the weekend. There were some hiccups. The biggest of which centered on the federal reserve. and what it will and won't be allowed to do genus. Molly covers the fed for the new york times. Also she is a regular here on friday. Hey gene hey so in. Lay person's terms here if i might What was the up. With the fed and senator toomey and the feds authorities so basically the fed did a couple of emergency lending programs in this crisis that it has never tried before it bought corporate bonds it bought municipal bonds and it lent directly to small size businesses via banks and so all of those programs were real sort of departures. From what we've seen in the past in senator. Toomey wanted to make sure that they couldn't happen again. He said that congress had intended for them to only lasted twenty twenty one and so he inserted language into this bill that would have basically prohibited them or anything similar to them from ever happening in the future. Without congress. congress's approval. Compromise was what the compromise is that we made that were similar. Same which sounds pretty simple right down like a big deal but it was a big deal. Because i think the way that similar could have been interpreted is to mean that basically any sort of credit like program would be impossible in the future. The way democrats are painting the word same means that specifically these exact programs set up precisely the way that these ones were set up cannot just be restarted. Once you know the next treasury secretary presumably janet yellen who's likely to be the nominee for that job is in place next year. And so the idea is. You can't have this immediate copycat but you could potentially do something. That looks a little bit like this way down the road if there's another financial crisis will that's my next question right. This is really about the crisis next time because there is another one come in as we know right and i think it's it's you know it's worth noting that some of these markets at the fed intervened in this time municipal bond market. I think being a good example. They were melting down in march. You know the the fed stepped in and and gotham tour again but there was a moment there where it was looking pretty dicey in corporate bonds and municipal bonds and so the idea that this legislation would just take away all of those powers. I think could definitely raise some concerns among people certainly who work markets but i think also people who are concerned about you know who has crisis fighting power who saves us first. How much what was going on here was about fed independence and its ability to do what it sees is right. I note that Chair powell has not said a word We had rob kaplan from dallas on On friday and he ducked my question on at. Your brunetti actually said something over the weekend. Right right i think the fed has been caught in some political crossfire here. And what i mean by that is democrats. Have kind of been eyeing these facilities that the fed set up this time and thinking about how they could enhance them to make them more generous once. They're in office. And so the idea is you could potentially use things like the municipal program to really funnel cheap money to states and localities. Now the problem is all of your listeners. Will be aware is that democrats tend to be much more concerned about those constituents than republicans are and so the idea is the fed could be used for political means in. That's why senator to me was really concerned about the future of these programs I think the fed basically wants to stay out of the political conversation here. The important wants to gets missed is they would have had to agree to that. Sweetening up of the municipal facility But yes they got caught in the crossfire. Little ben bernanke you wait into say. Hey don't take away powers. The fed used to have and that it needs but even his statement was done in very a political terms. I think you very very burnett elect terms genus alex. She covers the fed of the new york times and here every now and then on a friday june. Thanks a lot appreciate. Thanks so much

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"brunetti" Discussed on No Agenda

No Agenda

08:47 min | 1 year ago

"brunetti" Discussed on No Agenda

"Bang bang sang and broadcasting live from opportunities on thirty three here in the frontier austin texas capital the drones star state in the morning everybody. I'm adam curry from northern silicon valley where it turns out that podcasting is the thing. I'm jesse to nano where you're just discovering this. Who told you megan kelly. How did you find out. podcasting thing. Brunetti oh are super producer. Dana brunetti. what did he. What did he say. What did he say. He said that podcasting casting. He's doing podcasts. Yeah he's done before he's taking them off the market there were so good took. He took him off the market. They were so good yes he says that he yes he had a he was doing a hollywood podcast and apparently it was so good debt. It would have cost them business. Oh i see all right. So are you going to give us report on your wine tasting cure. We went up to one case who enter tasted up. Dana brunetti super producer from hollywood producer of the no agenda show. Yeah yes and he's reluctant associate producer. Still irked about what he thinks. That's a lame credit. He feels that it does not beyond beyond lane can't beyond his record be associate executive producer own. No his beyond lamba gives us a little report. Great place we want to. This is one of the cult. Wineries that sells ex- very expensive. Why one of our producers happens to be working up there. Amy and we got. We got the vip tour of drank like i know tasted. Let's say One two three four five six seven eight nine ten nine Or i'm sorry six first flight and then another flight of now. Is dan also spitting or was he swallowing. He was tried spitting but apparently he couldn't face properly by spitting. Okay just spit. You got a dribble dribble it. Out into the dry spitoon. You'd be another one. Go tasting with us so We had these. These are these are one hundred point wines. All the wisest except one hundred points from the good old days when parker's actually doing the tasting and they really brought in. And of course i managed to get the whole tasting off the rails because this this guy that would winemaker share away. You got into a fight with. Pierre do did not know and his. He has very photogenic. Pretty daughter who's also the winemaker lane with a with a great french name. No we started talking about you. We started doing that wind bs. Well i've just to do next thing you know. We're talking about arming and cognac. And everyone else's really you know Vernet is going for is a glock put in his mouth everyone else's doused with kerosene this thing went on and on and so i was having a good time with now. Everyone knows who knows how i feel about doing this show. Exactly where's my glock. So the whole thing was it was fun. I had a good time. Yeah and and. I learned quite a bit. What i did learn. How just say this for anyone out there lice wine. I have to say. I suspected this for a long time. What they really do it. This winery they do cabernet merlot. And cabernet franc wines. But then there's three different wines but sonoma's county really is should be california's home for merlo day can make some Level of quality of the merlot is out out of out of this world is on par with anything anywhere else. A couple of questions one. Did you have to wear a mask at the winery and like put the mask down. Just say flat out all mask and social distancing and ball required california all. I'm sorry all california requirements for social distancing. Masking up were observed to the letter. O br. yes. I'm sure that made it quite enjoyable. You have your gloves on his well. We have served every fazil. We had the face mask. This plastic guards everything. It was observed to the letter. That's all i've got to say. Okay thank you understood and Dana dana dana fiance's came to well. This is going to be my question. Tell us about the fiance. She's cheers just a sweetheart. Yeah all dearest to it really you guys all the luck. that's just. How does that work. You can tell. He's one of vernet he is. He's of these really down to earth guy. Believe it or not. But he's one of those guys who's just got he's got to touch or something he's like gladstone gander. He's just well. We need some of that touch from him. Then touch on dana. He's going to be short short term my opinion but she's charming. She's the heiress to the bijon family. family oh and she is really not she can but she can get discount can discount on. Can't you get a discount. I think so okay. just checking. and the point is is that she's She's very pleasant. And what is she doing with brunetti. Then is the question not ask. They actually met on a dating app. No you telling me that multi hundred millionaire hollywood producers use dating apps district some high end dating apps candy you have to qualify. Get on and what made coincidental not that. I want to tell these stories out of church but there were two of these high dating apps and both apps put the two of them together. That's the al gore man. That's the one two three four five offers. Ladies and gentlemen we have seven cars zephyr economic report. Tell the boys over at the cnbc squawk box thus the economy is not doing that well. Bitcoin eighteen thousand one hundred eighty five. I can okay. Just tell them what. I have one brunetti story that he rolled out that i thought was interesting. How hollywood star. And you ask them about kevin spacey which will tell me about fair right. I didn't raise but we did talk about the movie. Captain phillips oh with tom hanks producer on yeah and he They cast that the somali pirates by going to minnesota while yes is already funny he lawn you got any pirates or us cal called bryan a whole everybody for minnesota much to somalia kind of knew how to act no these actors. It turned out that they were method. Actors and half but most of the scenes would hang on the bridge. Were ad libbed mao. That's a take and and after the if not most of it and then at the end of the after the shoot everything was wrapped. One of the somalis got nominated for the academy award has tom. Hanks didn't that's right. I remember that guy winning and that was just some dude. They picked up off a cattle. Call in minneapolis. Yeah no tastic. Wow that's a good piece of hollywood trivia that was a good one from as to somali. Pirates ladies and gentlemen the unimaginable. John c devora. Done sir.

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"brunetti" Discussed on No Agenda

No Agenda

08:21 min | 1 year ago

"brunetti" Discussed on No Agenda

"Brunetti oh are super producer. Dana brunetti. what did he. What did he say. What did he say. He said that podcasting casting. He's doing podcasts. Yeah he's done before he's taking them off the market there were so good took. He took him off the market. They were so good yes he says that he yes he had a he was doing a hollywood podcast and apparently it was so good debt. It would have cost them business. Oh i see all right. So are you going to give us report on your wine tasting cure. We went up to wine case who enter tasted up. Dana brunetti super producer from hollywood producer of the no agenda show. Yeah yes and he's reluctant associate producer. Still irked about what he thinks. That's a lame credit. He feels that it does not beyond beyond lane can't beyond his record be associate executive producer own. No his beyond all right. Give us a little report. Great place we want to. This is one of the cult. Wineries that sells ex- very expensive. Why one of our producers happens to be working up there. Amy and we got. We got the vip tour of drank like i know tasted. Let's say One two three four five six seven eight nine ten nine Or i'm sorry six first flight and then another flight of now. Is dan also spitting or was he swallowing. He was tried spitting by apparently. He couldn't face properly by spitting. Okay just spit. You gotta gotta dribble dribble it out into the dry spitoon. You'd be another one. Go tasting with so We had these. These are these are one hundred point wines. All the wisest except one hundred points from the good old days when parker's actually doing the tasting and they really brought in. And of course i managed to get the whole tasting off the rails because this this guy that would winemaker pierre away you got into a fight with pierre do did not know and his. He has very photogenic pretty daughter. Who's also the winemaker lane with a with a great french name. No we started talking about you. We started doing that wind bs. Well i've just to do next thing you know. We're talking about arming and cognac. And everyone else's really you know Vernet is going for is a glock put in his mouth everyone else's doused with kerosene this thing went on and on and so i was having a good time with now. Everyone knows who knows how i feel about doing this show. Exactly where's my glock. So the whole thing was fun. I had a good time. Yeah and and. I learned quite a bit. What i did learn. How just say this for anyone out there lice wine. I have to say. I suspected this for a long time. What they really do it. This winery they do cabernet merlot. And cabernet franc wines. But then there's three different wines but sonoma's county really is should be california's home for merlo day can make some Level of quality of the merlot is out out of out of this world is on par with anything anywhere else. A couple of questions one. Did you have to wear a mask at the winery and like put the mask down. Just say flat out all mask and social distancing and ball required california all. I'm sorry all california requirements for social distancing. Masking up were observed to the letter. O br. yes. I'm sure that made it quite enjoyable your gloves on his well. We have served every fazil. We had the face mask. This plastic guards everything. It was observed to the letter. That's all i've got to say. Okay thank you understood and Dana dana dana fiance's came to well. This is going to be my question. Tell us about the fiancee's. She's cheers just a sweetheart. Yeah all dearest to it really you guys all the luck. that's just. How does that work. You can tell. He's one of vernet he is. He's of these really down to earth guy. Believe it or not. But he's one of those guys who's just got he's got to touch or something he's like gladstone gander. He's just well. We need some of that touch from him. Then touch on dana. He's going to be short short term my opinion but she's charming. She's the heiress to the bijon family. family oh and she is really not she can but she can get the discount on. Can't you get a discount. I think so okay. just checking. and the point is is that she's She's very pleasant. And what is she doing with. Brunetti is the question not asked. They actually met on a dating app. No you telling me that multi hundred millionaire hollywood producers use dating apps district some high end dating apps candy you have to qualify. Get on and what made coincidental not that. I want to tell these stories out of church but there were two of these high dating apps and both apps put the two of them together. That's the al gore man. That's the one two three four five offers. Ladies and gentlemen we have seven cars zephyr economic report. Tell the boys over at the cnbc squawk box thus the economy is not doing that well. Bitcoin eighteen thousand one hundred eighty five. I can okay. Just tell them what. I have one brunetti story that he rolled out that i thought was interesting about hollywood star. And you ask them about kevin spacey which will tell me about fair right. I didn't twin cry. But we did talk about the movie. Captain phillips oh with tom hanks producer on yeah and he They cast that the somali pirates by going to minnesota while yes is already funny he lawn. You got any pirates for us. Cal called bryan a whole everybody for minnesota to somalis kind of knew how to act. No these actors. It turned out that they were method. Actors and half but most of the scenes would hang on the bridge. Were ad libbed mao. That's a take and and after the of it if not most of it and then at the end of the after the shoot everything was wrapped. One of the somalis got nominated for the academy award has tom. Hanks didn't that's right. I remember that guy winning and that was just some dude. They picked up off a cattle. Call in minneapolis. Yeah no tastic. Wow that's a good piece of hollywood trivia that was a good one from as to somali. Pirates ladies and gentlemen the unimaginable. John c devora. Done sir.

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"brunetti" Discussed on Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

02:27 min | 2 years ago

"brunetti" Discussed on Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

"Sure there's plenty of people who you know. Keyed on fluffy socks It's funny they were the second and third choices. That call de took the money and one off at three two two And seemed to me that you know the call de was gonna have pace company One horse that there's actually two horses that ended up coming out of this race out of the chelsea flower. both voiced or box. Who scratched early. And of course the weather a factor and then later in the afternoon christoph lamont extracted love from the races. Well so the. The complexion changed a little bit. But the you know the top pair of Of chad's luckily the greg sacco brunetti philly psychic ability attended the pace and and you know kept. It kept an honest. i mean the splits. Obviously don't mean anything on on that turf that they actually called soft. I mean it was the rain. The rain came early then. The rain pause then it came again but it was. I thought you know. I thought it was sequence worth playing and we should mention that third race. Pull that chart and put it off to the side because that looks like a very good group. How about getting shug at thirty three to one with island. Treasure unbelievable highlight treasure Recall the wonderful philly. Hit it rich. And this stu janney bread by spikes down and a second career start an island. Treasure was was terrific. Thirty three to one unbelievable the horse of south the horse of I want to save marquette While not war of well but wow second in here and ran well and Technical analysis the viewer For chad went off his second choice. And that's that looks like a very nice philly going forward. Let's kingman philly.

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U.S. justices watch their language as they consider profane trademarks

All Things Considered

04:18 min | 3 years ago

U.S. justices watch their language as they consider profane trademarks

"Chain at the supreme court today. The issue was bad language, specifically can the government refused to grant trademark protection for brand names that include profanity the immediate problem for the court was how to discuss the issue without using the actual words how to discuss the F word, for instance, without actually saying the F word, which is a challenge that NPR Legal Affairs correspondent Nina totenberg faces in this report at the center of the case is a casual clothing line marketed under the name FU CT view can pronounce it yourself the line designed by Erik Brunetti is mainly hoodies loose pants shorts and tee shirt all with those letters prominently displayed Brunetti opened his line in nineteen ninety aimed at twenty somethings. He's been trying since then to get his brand. Trademark so that he can go after copycats go to EBay and you'll see lots of counterfeits to Amazon you'll see a lot lots of counterfeits in short. He says the knockoffs are costing him money. If I win I will pursue the counterfeiters to stop them for making my product the US government patent and trademark office. However has consistently turned him down contending that those letters violate the federal statute the bars trademark protection for immoral shocking. Offensive and scandalous word Brunetti case got a boost two years ago when the supreme court ruled that an Asian American band calling itself the slant could not be denied trademark protection. Because it used a disparaging term dealing with the brand name F C CT proved a bit more daunting in the supreme court chamber today deputy solicitor general Malcolm Stewart referred to it as quote, a profane past participle form of a well-known word of profanity and perha-. The Pera dig Matic word of profanity in our language the government. He maintained can deny trademark protection for that word. The justices pointed to a chart showing which terms if it granted trademarks by the government, and which head not most are not suitable for a general audience suffice to say that while few CT did not win trademark approval. FC UK did. And so did the well known Brin foo bar the word crap was registered trademark name seventy times. But the S word was consistently denied so Justice Ginsburg asked how does the trademark office define what is scandalous shocking or offensive do twenty year olds generally find f you see t to be shocking or scandalous, probably not see the government Stewart. But he said the term would still be shocking or offensive to a substantial segment of the population. Justice scores such pointed to the chart declaring that it was hard. To see why certain trademarks with dirty words were approved and others were denied Justice Alito asked what would happen? When really dirty words were at issue and how about racial slurs. S Justice prior those are more like swearwords their insults that sting remembered by those who are targeted Stewart replied that. Because of course decision in the slants case most racial slurs are now approved, but as for the most offensive slur the N word for now, it's still out representing F U C T designer Brunetti lawyer John summer didn't have an easy time. Either Justice briar, why isn't the government have the right to say you can use this language in your brand name. But the government doesn't want to be associated with it. By granting trademark protection. What I'm worried about? He said is that if a racial slur is trademarked, it will appear as a product name on every bus where it's advertised it'll be on newsstands where children and others will see it. That's not the audience. Mr. Brunetti is appealing to replied lawyer summer chief Justice Roberts. But that may not be the only audience he reaches lawyer summer return to the language of the statute arguing that if offensiveness is the standard for turning down a trademark steak and shake can't be registered either. Because quote, a substantial portion of Americans believe that eating beef is immoral decision. And the case is expected by

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Belize Brunetti Johnson And David Jennings discussed on Patti Vasquez with Andrea Darlas

Patti Vasquez with Andrea Darlas

00:11 sec | 4 years ago

Belize Brunetti Johnson And David Jennings discussed on Patti Vasquez with Andrea Darlas

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HBO, Netflix and Dana Brunetti discussed on Bill Handel

Bill Handel

04:27 min | 4 years ago

HBO, Netflix and Dana Brunetti discussed on Bill Handel

"Every time they put a big show on like house of cards then then it costs them to make the show fact they kind of busted open with house of cards that. Was about to be sold I believe all the number in saying but, but trigger street was about to sell that to HBO the night of Dana Brunetti gets a call. From Netflix saying, hold on he calls, Kevin Spacey says wait a minute we've, got an offer we've really. Got to look at from net flicks. A hundred million dollars and one of the. Things Brunetti told me this one of, the? Things, you. Liked about it and Spacey like was that Netflix was gonna release all the episodes all. At once unlike the HBO model once a week all at once for binge watching they liked that they liked, the Freedom they liked one hundred million dollar check that changed everything that's the beginning of the net flicks surge now they buy up everything and AT and t. says we want that. So we don't want these onesie Tuesay Sunday night things stanky said we're, going to alter and change direction And. What they wanna do he didn't say the words net. Flex but, he said we need hours a day Not hours a week which, we have now not hours a. Month we need hours of day you are this is a quote somebody released sneakily. Released a recording of this you're. Competing with, devices that sitting people's hands. That capture their attention every fifteen. Minutes that's the new. HBO it is I mean they catch it right on I won't even watch episodic television that's once, a week I will wait and the. End of. The season I have to have all of. The show I. That's all I do is I binge I don't I. Don't even go out to dinner anymore I don't cook. What I do is I buy something, from Cosco frozen, I don't even defrost it Hi John yeah Out. Of, the. Ten Frozen lasagna ain't that bad now when you're watching the show now. You, don't even. Notice yeah, it is I mean it's crazy what's going, on and, and when for? Example what is it oranges new black is coming out with. Again the new season I gonna release all. Wherever your eyeballs shifted they've, shifted from HBO Netflix haven't they in. Most people's have absolutely and sometimes on demand wearing, go episode episode, episode, but, ninety percents Netflix literally ninety, percent net flicks well let's cares the cable companies to by the way is that this on demand is not nearly as good as over what they call over. The top streaming stuff and that's why you know this is. This is so HBO remember I said Netflixing to spend eleven billion dollars this year h. b. o. of the last three years spent two. Billion made. Six billion. That's nice that's nice money AT and t.. Wants a lot more they want to be. A lot more profitable is Netflix going to be the new Amazon John in the world or is already is. In the world of streaming well it's funny you should say. That because Amazon also compete Amazon video they have some great stuff Amazon but relative to the size and the power of Netflix does anybody. Even come. Close not. Yet they're certainly not to the expenditure but. What's in by the way talking to your. Audience this is a golden age for contact Just think of, an idea you'll sell it yeah and it's just it's, wonderful stuff just wonderful I? Watched a. Isreaeli series or show call which, is an Arabic and Israel and it's about terrorists and. Anti encounter terrace it was just phenomenal And homeland on Showtime yeah I'm from an Israeli similar to raise has really. Series Chris, may Steph alright Leo we'll talk again, next week take care of my. Friend thank you Bill this is KFI and there is Jennifer Jones late three teen boys have been hit in a crosswalk in by an SUV and garden grove police say the driver. Ran a red yesterday at least in Kazakhstan have. Arrested one of two people accused of murdering an Olympic. Bronze medal winning figure skater Denis ten was fatally stabbed yesterday ten was the first figure. Skater from Kazakhstan to win an Olympic medal he did that. In twenty fourteen more than thirty five hundred guns seized in LA county been melted down, the weapons. Destroyed yesterday in Rancho Cucamonga included handguns rifles and automatic weapons confiscated by cops melted guns are converted into rebar for highway and bridge construction we'll take a look at your commute with the KFI in the sky and, the six zero five this hour of KFI..

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