23 Burst results for "Bryan Adams"

"bryan adams" Discussed on Star Wars Sessions

Star Wars Sessions

03:22 min | 1 year ago

"bryan adams" Discussed on Star Wars Sessions

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"bryan adams" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

02:55 min | 1 year ago

"bryan adams" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"The top Bryan Adams songs that you dumped up number three run to you. I need to feel I'm going already. You number to heaven. I have a number one summer of 69. Good Jesus. Hear more from Bryan Adams and similar artists Now search for Bryan Adams on I Heart radio. All your favorite music all your favorite stations. All three The free I. Heart radio APP is number one for music, radio and podcasts. All in one discover a new podcast from our library of over 350,000 titles. Here's an I. Heart Radio podcast preview here. Dateline were used to spending months or even years pursuing a story we've learned ah, lot along the way. So we thought we chair and let you in on a few things. A friend of mine who's a homicide detective says all murders can be chalked up to either love, money or pride. And this mystery would be no exception. Was it love? I think we were head over heels for one another money Over the years. He had accumulated hundreds of thousands of dollars in his account. He didn't miss an angle, did he? No, sir, There was a pattern. Or pride. It's just a man's pride being walked all over. That was his eagle that she stepped all over. This is a tale so twisted it would take not just one murder, but two for the killer's motive to come to light. I'm Josh Mankowitz. I've been reporting here on Dateline for more than 25 years. And this this'll is motive for murder. A new podcast from Dateline, Listen and follow this book Building a better Sacramento news 93.1 Hey, FBK. From Charlotte and News talk 11 10 and 99 3 at W B T. Here's your guide Breadwinner Bull on the G I B network. It really is the fastest three hours in media. It's incredible way are our three underway and I am Brett, with great to be here..

Oasis: Hooliganism, Hedonism, and the "Greatest Rock N Roll Band on the Planet"

DISGRACELAND

01:36 min | 1 year ago

Oasis: Hooliganism, Hedonism, and the "Greatest Rock N Roll Band on the Planet"

"Stories about always aren't seen this started. Riots sank rolls royces and swimming. Pools physically attacked. Police officers publicly brawled with each other. In rival popstars the committed to a life of hooliganism and hedonism and vandalized. Robbed stole drugged their way around. The boredom of youth raised in manchester england's council estates public housing oasis's bandleader noel. Gallagher and his younger brother liam were determined to become the greatest rock and roll band on the planet and remarkably despite or perhaps because of their humble beginnings there were able to achieve that goal through it all they made great music anthems pure pop instant classics and that music. You heard at. The top of the show wasn't great music. That was a preset loop from a mellow tron. Called mellow swag lager m. k. One i played you that loop. 'cause i can't afford the rights to everything i do. I do it for you by bryan adams in would a play that specific slice of prince of thieves. She could i afford it. Because that was the number one song in america on august eighteenth nine hundred ninety one and that was the day oasis to stage for the very first time at the boardwalk club in manchester and changed the face of english pop music forever on this episode hooligans. And he'd nece raggi lager instant classics one hundred percent committed in endlessly entertaining. Gallagher brothers oasis

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"bryan adams" Discussed on Breakfast Leadership

Breakfast Leadership

04:24 min | 1 year ago

"bryan adams" Discussed on Breakfast Leadership

"You know. there's a huge opportunity for organizations to step up the game. Now you know they can hire people anyway like the so many more possibilities in an options and has never been more socially acceptable time for organizations to be phone ruble. You know to say look you know has where we are or has where we want to go and actually right now what we've seen is that's an incredibly compelling call to arms where the right people would say. I want to join narcos. You know. so isn't it isn't it. Isn't it a wonderful thing that actually nice guys can finish first in telling the truth and doing right by people. Is that competitive advantage right. Now and i think those organizations that sees the day with that mindset. We're already seeing evidence of them taking leaps and bounds ahead of the competition. And that's a great thing to hear because they think the organizations that take care of their employees will obviously attract employees to go to their and consumers will go okay. This is a company. That's not only operating from sustainable standpoint. So they're not trashing the planet but they're taking really good care of their employees. Which means i wanna spend my money there compared to the competition that i normally shop at because they historically have not treated their employees well and and and as those dollars start shifting and as we've seen with social media thinks it can happen quickly. It's not like a trend where okay over a period of few years you know. Certain automaker for example started have declining sales and it over a period of time where now everything is so instant that you can have significant losses in an organization. We've seen it with stock prices. We've seen it in when overhead their issue and everything else. It's it it can derail an organization bring it to its knees almost instantaneously so organizations. That are watching this. Take care of your people. They'll take care of you and your customers and the bottom line will definitely be impacted but in a very positive way. Yeah absolutely. I guess they only The thing i would say to to be mindful of is you know these days you've got gotta do right by people but you've gotta make sure that you Curator own the narrative with employees brand and an employee value proposition. that's a clear to waive value exchange. So not just what's on offer but what you want. What you need in exchange for people to thrive not survive and You know i'm really pleased to report. You know the rise in employment brand and the priority of that Articulating exactly what is the culture. And what what you can expect in the employee experience organizations are taken up more seriously now. you know the wolf talent will rage on and but doing the right thing and being open transparent and having a three sixty message about the good and the bad days in has has what you can expect it's not all sunshine and rainbows but if you can treat your audience with the respective deserve and give them all of the information they need to make better decisions of They the next career move Should bay then everybody wins. You know if people can find. Impact pappas and belonging than organizations finds efficiency effectiveness productivity and happy. People make happy bottom lines. Usually couldn't agree with you more so bright have loved this conversation today. Where can people find out more about you in the saas work. You're doing so. Fm released a book in march given gatt employee. Branding it's available on amazon waterstones no good bookstores or you can visit ph hyphen creative dot com or contact me on link. Dan love to connect with your audience. I'll definitely have that information on the show now so brian. Thank you again for the awesome work. You're doing continued good health and happy thanksgiving you to take care of. Thanks for listening to the this leadership breakfast leadership network visit breakfast leadership dot com for tips on empowering your business and your life..

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"bryan adams" Discussed on Breakfast Leadership

Breakfast Leadership

05:39 min | 1 year ago

"bryan adams" Discussed on Breakfast Leadership

"Every day is perfect for me to work on these things. Where normally they have to leave work at four thirty or five or something like that nelson. They're like trying to do it in the morning. Where the caffeine quite hasn't hit where to suppose do so again. There's a chance that the quality works actually going to be improved because people can focus on exactly what they need to be working on. Absolutely i think the key is organizations need to embrace the change that's been forced on them but embraced the landings that have naturally transpired. And you know there are low that are law benefits like you say if you if you mow productive in the morning that makes sense to give somebody the flexibility to organize their own day in a basement of as possible one of the things we've identified as nones productivity gone up you know just because the commute but people just don't know when to switch off the having difficulty switching off the no so physical leaving the office people are just waking longa and they consciously saying i have a problem working too long but still keep doing it. You know and we've had to consciously remind our own team. Look you need to switch off your no good so as if you all bend out oils over the stressed or you know so people of a very mindful especially if they do have to do the education the kids in the middle of the day and all the rest of it. You know this definitely elements of guilt or should have. I'll just do that. One more thing you know so you know the role of of hr and business leadership really does need to lean into this and be more empathetic and compassionate and flexible resourceful and creative with how you do the right thing by people it's It's it's not as it's not as easy as people might think you know. There's a lot of people that way can way to heart Just just because of the change in the environment and working at home where for many people. They've never done it before this year ever so that they didn't have any of the equipment they didn't have a set up it just all the tools access to networks and all of that stuff for all you know brand new thing for so many people in i. I always tell people. Give yourself a ton of credit for navigating what we've navigated the share. Just really be your own cheerleader. Your whole organization for being able to pivot and do whatever you can do because february. Yeah we had some inkling something was happening. We in different parts of the world. We saw some stuff. But then you know in the us and again to mid-march hit and then okay everybody's going home and normally were like who who you know. Let's go you know just before saint patrick's day everybody's like yes. I think all all the pubs are sorry. Were closed like this is. Is this a twilight zone episode. You can go to the pub but then they closed the site. It's like my favorite twilight zone episode. It was burgess meredith. Just wanted to have time to read his books and all that stuff and people are always bugging him in all of that candidate stuff and finally the end of the world pretty much happens in. He's the only human being left and he's standing on this big pile of a you know busted up library and there's books as far as you can see. He's like thrilled but then he grabs a book but his glasses are broken. Any details and it's like it's the same thing it's like we can finally go to the pob no work and all that pumps close like and and they're we've been that's twenty twenty in a nutshell so but no. I'm i'm curious i'm not you know. Grab a crystal ball. I guess i think it was hard to say what you know. The next to normal scan a look like but as you've seen in had a few months of observations of organizations and how so many different types of companies have adjusted accordingly. Dc common themes of what things might look like as a whole for a variety of sectors. Going forward wants the pandemic is behind us. Yes one of the most interesting things that we've seen is obviously we work and employ a brand. But when you lookit consumer brand reputation and then you look at organizations like abbie be who very eloquently compassionately had to let people go and know that the latter published from co and then you look at like bad scrutiny who fire thousands of people via zoom Compassionately there's a there's a boundary people are je ging wet suspend the consumer dollars based on how well organization is treated their employees. There's a greater awareness. You know it's in the general consciousness of of how are behaving and i think this a a quantum shift with a wakeup call. If you like that actually we need. We need to do more we need to. We need to protect our reputation. We need to pau people fast because it can affect a bottom line it can affect the spending dollars of you know a customer base in the whole host so would definitely seen a shift of organizations taking people related strategy a lot more seriously to point where it's like privacy in the one you know even down to diversity equity and inclusion..

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"bryan adams" Discussed on Breakfast Leadership

Breakfast Leadership

08:20 min | 1 year ago

"bryan adams" Discussed on Breakfast Leadership

"Pandemic yet. Quick question i mean. The fast thing that a lot of organizations are very media. realizations was culture isn't free lunches and you know foosball tables and all of that. That's the people typically used to attract people to come wack them culture is about repeatable and consistency and things that you can rely on so you know when you have a problem is at a collaborative environment where people are going to be. Supportive pathetic you know. How do people cope with stress and pressure and deadline weck life violence and you know answering all of those fundamental important questions You know we've we've actually seen evidence of human genuine authentic conversations and sharing stories of how people of coat inside an organization with a solution and jiggling kids and animals in the background. While he's trying to make things you know. We've we've all been doing it. You know so what. We found this Through employee engagement surveys and feedback is those organizations. That are afraid of real conversations and wack ready hard stepping up communication Untasteful painting challenge and put extra results in place. You know. there's a lot of evidence to say that culture on people have felt like they feel more together even though they couldn't be further apart because they haven't physically been in contact with anybody since since much it's been interesting dynamic and the people that you think would thrive in a working a remotely or working from home. Environment have been struggling in those. You thought they're going to have a tough time of it. They're having the time of their lives. Like i'm getting so much more done and it's it's still early on in this but i'm hoping that there will be more studies on. Why does this person have success with us in this struggles. Water some things so we can figure out what can we do to harmonize that a little better so people especially if they're working for an organization that's always going to be virtual whatever forever means then they can still be successful because some people you may say i wanna work for whatever tech company that announced we're going to stay virtual but they're like but i i miss the interaction. What can i do about that in. There's ways to do it. I think once the pandemic ease up and finally as over a lot of things that people did when they were working remotely like they would work in the library or coffee shop or go to a shared workspace type of thing where they're around other human beings. Those things i think will come back. They may look up at different. We'll see but i think there's an immense at. There's there's ways to figure out how to do the interaction even though you're not necessarily physically in the same room i mean you know. I'm i'm trying to write down your in san diego. I spent a lot of time. Said you look behind me. I've got a san diego coffee mug on the shelf behind me. So love city spent time. They're not so much now. Because there's this border closing something another insight and apparently i'm not essential so i can't cross the border so i you know i mentioned that second. Some not essential okay. I'll keep that in my thanks but at the end of the day. It's tell us with people time especially this year has been difficult for a lot of people. Don't focus so much what we can't do right now. Focus on what we can an employer. What can we do to help. Bring on the top talent in this different way of bringing on talent. What what are some things. Because we can't we can't bring in you know the ping pong table or the fancy coffee machine or anything like that. It's like they can't come into the office the building's closed or we don't have anybody there so you know it's it's just you know thinking outside of the box obama going to what do people want and i love how you said. He's a great now in this world. Their pre just once truth you know just be open in share. The challenges in in being vulnerable to as a leader as something that a lot of leaders aren't necessarily comfortable with but it's such a strong leadership trait of showing We're figuring this out to yeah slightly you know. And we've seen we've seen organizations that have had a digital transformation plan Spread over twelve years of had to bring it forward and do it in six months. You know and you know. It's challenged a lot of convention leaders of had to think differently and they've also tested so Some ideas that they didn't think possible of necessity they've had to let entire voces wet from home and you know some organizations faithful that if they went from only will. Maybe they won't do any way. Well guess like they. Do you know So think when we do return to some some semblance of normality again. Whatever the next normal looks i. I think mindset organizations will change think barriers and biases will have been broken off. I think the will be more choice on a think There's a lot of signals signs to to demonstrate. There is a lot of benefits by to giving people more choice and allowing them to get the work done on their own times. You know nothing apart from you know. Pass on health difficulties and all of that side. And you know we. We won't even go into the politics of it I think a lot of organizations will look back on. Agreed that twenty twenty. He's been actually very positive. And very useful for restructuring and looking at the health of organization. unbalancing. What's best for people and with the organization and it doesn't have to be intention with one another you know it's not about well you know. Do we do the right thing for people. Do we do the right thing for a bottom line Finding where they overlap is been you know probably some of the best most effective strategy that seen deployed this this year with with many an smaller launch and one of the things to with the senate for a lot of people refer to this kind of their great reset where organizations can take this opportunity and go all right. We get to redesign things right now if we like. And that's what we're going to do in some say that what's happening now with the remote work and all of that was going to happen eventually but part of me goes i it at this scale. I don't think so i would. There's a lot of very rigid. Been around for a hundred plus years. We've done this way. This is the way we do it forever and ever can thing where those organizations were forced to do it and into your point when you said people were worried are they gonna do work. Well not only people working there working on average twenty percent more than they were before the pandemic because they there's traded their commute time to just working time plus many of them are fulltime schoolteachers. Now and all of the other things that are going on so the eight hour consecutive day. Now is yeah. You might get in a few eight hours of work in a particular day. But it's not gonna be in this consistent nine to five type block it's going to be in segments and again i think from a workflow standpoint and working with colleagues in your organization and synchronizing all of that. I think there's a lot of work yet to be done on that to figure out what works in the. I think the fluidity and the flexibility of it actually is a positive is organizations. Can say you know what now. And i know for myself. I tend to be task oriented in the morning in the afternoon tends to be more ups conversations. Things like that. So i decided my days that way and for a lot of people. They may not have been able to do that before but now they might be able to or the not from four. To.

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"bryan adams" Discussed on Breakfast Leadership

Breakfast Leadership

06:04 min | 1 year ago

"bryan adams" Discussed on Breakfast Leadership

"My time in san diego in america awesome. And because you've got the different dynamics of of working living in different places you know what are some of the dynamics in differences you see entail and what are some of the common things we tennessee. So it's interesting it's typically Uk europe tend to focus on Strategy a lot more an hr policy in the us. The the emphasis seems to be on the technology and some being able to scale and undo things efficiently. Of course the commonality is you. Hate the phrase wolford talent but you know every client we work with the looking full the highest caliber of talent. They can possibly get You know competing against the talent competitors You know so a lot of those things that the same and you know. We spend a lot of time. Educating our clients to think differently rather than just be trying to be attractive to the whole audience trying to be confident with who they also in many respects so they can repel more people than they compel to that brand which seems to be slightly countering. Choose in our industry. We've proven it time and time again it works. It's a great way to do it. She'll because if you have everybody wanting to work for you then it's going to water down. You know the the products and the services you're gonna be able to produce just like anything you know in with entrepreneurs always tell you to niche niche down depending on what part of the world you're from and a as an employer. You should do the same things like this is the type of person or people that we want our organization to match the culture of what our leader wants us to do all matched up of course with the skill set of being able to accomplish what we need to do. So oftentimes ec organizations. They'll say we'll. I've heard people say well. We just wanna pulse. I'll drop off. you know. Might my neighborhood cat if he want there. There's a pulse. go goto it will. They can't do anything. Well that's the only thing you asked where it was the pulse. There's a pulse and no. That's okay so i find time and time again. A lot of organizations really in some like you said you know are looking for we want the best of the best talent and everybody in that sector is also doing the same thing. So how do you guide employers to go all right. What would you need to do differently to really get the type of people you want in your organization and again repel lows that you don't yes that's a great question you know it's interesting what you say actually because you're right. I've seen that thought opinion expressed as well and nothing people of the only true competitive advantage left in business else can be automated. You can use. Ai you can commodities things and scale People that quite often the most precious commodity and what we do is we simply audit on. Research won't makes each organization difference. And usually you'll find a culture that people are very protective over. You know so. It doesn't make sense like you say to let any new can who can technically out the competencies to do the job. They need to be good match or a culture at you know but there is a lot of competition that What we found particularly this year. The pandemic's loon rest people. People want the truth. You know people just want to be communicated with an understand exactly who an organization is and what they have to offer which goes beyond companies bragging about their strengths benefits and opportunities and what we find is organizations that are confident enough to lean into the harsh realities the advanced cities to be found within the employee experience actually have a much more compelling off because of course we all know that things on easy you know nothing can life with while is simple easy free you know so if we talk about listen these the expectations and demands the sacrifices and commandments. You have to pull in to to come wacky a bull. If you are willing to do that then has what you can Look forward to as well. In terms of accomplishment lanning career progression and finding pappas impact and belong inside of a company so we'll israeli. You know it's not rocket science. It's quite straightforward. D- does involve being vulnerable to talk about those things that you know as humans trying to put our best foot forward not always programmed to to do that puts As i say we've we've tried and tested this. We've we've been doing it for many years and it works. Glad you alluded to the pandemic in some of the changes sensib things. We mentioned this. I think in the in the pre show but many organizations have been hiring people During this pandemic and they've never set foot in the office of the organization. The interview in hiring has been through zoom or some other individual component and. They've started work. They're doing work they're getting paid. They're producing and they've never physically met people before. And while there's been other you know sectors that have done that you know freelancers you know the fibers of the world where you outsource some things and people do it. That's fine but in the typical brick and mortar office building type of work place. It's it's a new frontier for so many organizations especially those of been around for a very long time there jesting adapting to all of these things so what. What are the some of the things that you're in your clients and the people who've been working with if said that they were it's working well for them or what are some things that they're still struggling.

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"bryan adams" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

01:40 min | 1 year ago

"bryan adams" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Heart radio goes one on one with Bryan Adams to discuss how change is inevitable. Many things happen to me. One thing that it's been most costing about. All of it has been changed. Nothing has been the same. Nothing stayed the same and whether it be working with the same people are or not. I mean, because most of the guys that work with me have been with me the whole time, and that includes even the people in technical. In the studio and everything, but nothing stays the same. And you know anyone expects it to us is mad and needs to get their head check because it's not even if you try to keep things the same. It never will. People listening to I heart radio form or Bryan Adams and all your favorite artists. Good afternoon from the KFBK Traffic Center 3 51. This report is brought to you by the California officer Problem Gambling Gerber Road. This coming l grow Foreign road front of Wal Mart Dare we have an accident with airbags deployed over on the shoulder driver is injured and is blocking the roadway and this time Speaking of roadways, they're getting really busy with the slippery conditions have their eastbound 82 Davis has slowed from North and 1 13 and to get across the causeway eastbound can't have very heavy in midtown and then only last to get to the river West Bell. Slow around the Marconi curve and take it to the river and south bound 99th body slowing from basically 50 and to get to 47. Maybe Florine and now Mac to Sheldon is getting very, very sluggish is well. No one chooses to become a gambling addict, but they can choose to get help from a professional counselor for no cost confidential gambling addiction counseling. 1 800 gambler or tech support to 53342 traffic on the tens, every 10 minutes mornings.

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"bryan adams" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

04:43 min | 1 year ago

"bryan adams" Discussed on KTRH

"And follow this podcast for free on the I. Heart Radio Act number one for music, radio and podcasts, all in one I. Heart radio goes one on one with Jason Aldean to ask if he enjoys touring anybody That's followed my career over the years, and those that touring has always been a big focus for us and so to go out and have that many people My ticket to come see your show. I mean that Z. It's good. You know, that's that's my favorite part of this business is getting on the road and playing shows and Doing all that stuff. So is it That's going good. I know everything else is going well, and it's been fun, and it's cooled it to think that many people actually care enough to see us to go buy a ticket to come See your show so that Z Lot. Keep listening to I heart radio for more Jason Aldean and all your favorite artists I heart radio goes one on one with Bryan Adams to reflect on the reality of his first platinum record. I can tell you what, when I bought my first plan in record, which was cuts like a knife, and I remember After Getting the record and thinking. Oh, this is great. You know on, uh And sticking it up and looking at it. Yeah, cool and Funny of my manager about three months later and saying, You know, Bruce it just this record went platinum, but way don't make any money. Well, you know, where's the money? And he said, Well, you know you you basically paid back. Everything you you spent and you basically did for the last four years, so you may have a planet record. But you know story. There's no money. It wasn't Until then I realized that's how tough it wasn't. Okay? Yeah. You might get a single that goes toe. Top 10 and maybe get to and maybe a soul of a school in records because of it, but This meeting. Go and buy a house. People listening, I heart radio form or Bryan Adams and all your favorite artists. Now. The news and information continues on Houston's morning use, supported by very calm 5 49 year on Houston's Morning news, while the Republicans are allowing the Democrats to go ahead and have their way with Marjorie Taylor Greene She is persona non grata. The freshman lawmaker for some of the things that she said in the past. Now she does. She also introduced the article of Impeachment against President Biden. Surely you know no one ever wants to talk about that. Her biggest sin to date s so they're trying to silence her. She did get on the floor of the house last night, and she did talk about some of the things that she has believed in the past, and she no longer believes Sean Hannity commented on that. Here's a little bit of both. When I started finding Miss information lies things that were not true in these Q and on post. I stopped believing it. And I want to tell you any source, and I say this to everyone any source of information. It is a mix of truth and a mix of lies is dangerous. You see, school shootings are absolutely real. Every child that has lost those families mourn it also want to tell you not 11 absolutely happened. I remember that day crying all day long watching it on the news. And that's a tragedy for anyone to say. It didn't happen. And so that I definitely want to tell you. I do not believe that it's fake. These were words of the past, and these things do not represent me. I'm glad that Congresswoman delivered that speech. But ultimately for Democrats. This is not at all about Marjorie Taylor Greene, a new congresswoman. Instead, it's a mere political ploy. The idea they want to smear all conservatives, whole Republicans as extreme conspiracy theorists and almost every single sanctimonious Democrats voted today. They're all guilty of the biggest hoax. The biggest conspiracy the lies that they've told for three straight years. That's right. The big Trump Russia. Collusion lie? Yeah. But for whatever reason, it seems to work for them. I can't figure that out for the life of May 5 51 time for traffic and weather together. Jared would feel joins us in just a moment. First, though, Let's check out your drive. Here's Julie. The Hardy If you are traveling on the inbound side of 45 North Freeway, Give yourself about 20 minutes to get into downtown. That's from 1960 all the way in. If you're in the king would area King What is closed at 4 94 again this morning. You're gonna have to use North Park. And that's because they're going to redo the railroad tracks and widen that roadway on King Would I'm Julie Hardy in the Gulf Coast windows dot com. 24 hour traffic center from our Katie our age. John more Services 24 hour Weather Center today. Some scattered morning showers. Probably late morning noon ish. Steady afternoon rain possible 58 by the early.

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"bryan adams" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

01:51 min | 2 years ago

"bryan adams" Discussed on 600 WREC

"Restrictions a complete details. To show you how easy it is to file a claim with Geico. We hired a soap opera star gracious me. My car has storm damage, and I had to file a claim. Could it possibly get worse when my claims team leave me for someone else? Someone less intense? Um, no, Actually, when you file a claim with Geico, you get your own dedicated claims team who promises to stay with you. Throughout the process. I've never known such loyalty. I can't wait for the second season G go great service with But all the drama the You kind of like this guy, But when you can't decide between the filet O fish or the Big Mac, and he says, I'll get you both. Thank you. You definitely like this guide meal. Get it at McDonald's. When you get two of your faves for just six bucks, let me tell only precious participation be very single and regular price. Heart radio goes one on one with George Street to ask about his first show in Las Vegas and how it helped build his career. Yeah, think it was at the frontier. It was tough. It was back when two shows a night were common, you know, and I really wasn't ready for that start with, but then from there, I think we went to the Hilton and I played the room there and stayed in the Elvis Presley suite, which was always And did that for quite a few years. And then of course we did the movie for your country with them. But the mirage kind of feels like home now, keep listening to I heart radio for more George Strait and all your favorite artists. I. Heart radio goes one on one with Bryan Adams to ask why the song Reckless was not actually on the original reckless album. I think it was just down the timing like again If you want to get the album out from such a such on dine never thought the demo was good enough so.

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"bryan adams" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

01:47 min | 2 years ago

"bryan adams" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"Each song. And that was just a wonderful thing that does keep Listeningto I heart radio from or from your favorite artists. I Heart radio goes one on one with Jon Bon Jovi to discuss recording with the boys. When we get into a room together, the recording process is the same as it's always been. They're all very capable players. Everybody's got their input. Everybody's got their strengths on. Do we know how to adjust on the fly? Everyone knows to bring a pencil, not a pen because it can all change in a moment's notice. But we are very comfortable unit in in the studio and end life. I mean, we built our reputation as a live band, so you can always count on Teke. Oh, you know, it's his time is like Just it doesn't on a little keep listening to I heart radio form or Bon Jovi and all your favorite artists. Not radio goes one on one with Bryan Adams to discuss how he comes up with song titles. Yeah, that's a lot of my sometimes or mumbles with cuts like a knife. It was just like you used to jam. You know, Jim balance and I would jam songs together and Member. We listen back to the tape afterwards. And I did that. That sort of sound like cuts like a knife in this like us like it was. Yeah. When I played back in. Yes, I said cuts like a knife that's cool. And then he'd say about cuts like a knife, but it feels so right. That's that's a good idea. So whatever that means he makes sense of my mumbles. Keep listening to my heart Radio form or Bryan Adams and all your favorite artists. How hard were you? Here Are the top journey songs that you thumbed up? Number three separate ways World's apartments. Change that.

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"bryan adams" Discussed on The Bone 102.5

The Bone 102.5

01:58 min | 2 years ago

"bryan adams" Discussed on The Bone 102.5

"Bryan Adams, of course. And here is your first clip. 321 Mm hmm. Wow, That's it. That's all. I'm giving you big guy. Oh, wow, that's tough. Hmm. Is that so? If it's if it's a man on the dock, it's a yacht rock song. Could be man could be woman could be transgendered, whatever. But if it's a babe who can rock it's a band with a lady in it. She doesn't necessarily have to even be believed Fingers a tough one. I'm a complete gas here. That sounds like a yacht rock song. So I'm gonna say, man on the dock. It sounds a hell of a lot like a yacht rock song. But I regret to inform you that it is Paramore. The only exception Hayley the lead saying, Wow, that's a baby Can rock sorry. So nice job, Micah. Thanks. Michael was saying that when we were walking in and watching that the new press secretary looks like the girl from Paramore? Yeah. Looks like Hayley Williams. I saw old press secretary Kaylie down. They had a photo over a daily. David Silence, thank teams he was followed or whatever, because she lives here. Yeah, forget that, And they showed her without her makeup, and I'll say she looks a lot different. I know ladies look a lot different without their makeup. Well, that's been a thing. You know Another thing that the Internet has done to disappoint me. That was like a trend last week is people sharing pictures of her without her makeup, making fun of her, which I guess is you know I was no, I'm not saying you were, but that is a thing that has been done. As of late on the Internet that people thought was funny. I don't find that funny at all. I think she's naturally pretty and it doesn't matter who she works for the new baby alive. Who are you, boy? Say, poster boy, I think he said, Mr Boy, Lister is what I heard. Blister. What was the guy was single. But John Reed, Amy, blister boy. Oh, yeah. That sounds like something John would do, sir. It could be so cruel. Alright suffering from single blister boys that were these. The blisters that were crushed it over. Yes. Yeah, I remember, you know,.

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"bryan adams" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

02:23 min | 2 years ago

"bryan adams" Discussed on 600 WREC

"Radio goes one on one with Bryan Adams to discuss how change is inevitable. Many things happen to me. One thing that it's been most constant about all of it has been changed. Nothing has been the same. Nothing stayed the same and whether it be working with the same people are or not. I mean, because most of the guys that work with me have been with me the whole time, and that includes even the people in technical. In the studio and everything, but nothing stays the same. And you know, anyone that expects it to is mad and needs to get their head check because it's not even if you try to keep things the same. It never will keep listening to my heart Radio form or Bryan Adams and all your favorite artists. I heart radio goes one on one with Bono and the edge from YouTube talking about which artists they considered to be innovators. Kendrick Lamar, pretty lady. Even somebody a lot of great stuff. I feel the same about the weekend. You know, I love his music. I mean, Abel is probably up there. Same Impala. I love with their damn. They'd be great comes through all different boners. And I was at home and I heard this song. Yeah, How's your amazing on the radio? And I was like, What is that? That sounds amazing. I love that. What? Brianna State Amazing song. And I'm like Whoa, Keep listening. Toe I heart radio for more of you two and all your favorite artists. I heart radio goods one on one with George Strait to talk about why he loves playing in Vegas. Las Vegas has been a part of my country music career. I mean, I've played in Vegas pretty much my whole touring career. It's just it's fun to play Vegas. I mean, it's It really is a lot of fun, the crowds and great and they come from all over the place because there's so much to do here and so a concert is kind of a bonus. Keep listening to my heart radio for more George Strait and all your favorite artists. The films the stars. The milestones. The awards. I heard Radio brings you the weekend Hollywood history. January 11th 1927. The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences is founded at a formal banquet in Hollywood originally intended to mediate disputes and boost the image of the film industry. It's now best known as the governing body for the Oscars. January. 13th, 1928, General Electric and Arcia Demonstrate the first home television receivers is connected the.

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"bryan adams" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW

TalkRadio 630 KHOW

01:37 min | 2 years ago

"bryan adams" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW

"One discover a new podcast from our library of over 350,000 titles. Here's an I Heart radio podcast preview he has been called to an adventure. His heart aches to go. His family says No. He knows his destiny. Is out there. Wistfully. He scans the horizon. Breeze. Hustles this hair. Task is approaching. He watches the sunset. He watches too Sun's setting. 1977 movies changed forever, and so did the hopes and dreams of a generation. All because of one man and his imagination, Cosmic clash of good against evil a long time ago in a galaxy Far, far away. This is the story of that man in his dream. People who made it happen and the people who did their very best to stop it dead. It was made on a shoestring and dumped into a handful of theaters and then It changed the world. This is a seven part deep dive inspired by an unforgettable classic movie from one dream. I'm Mark Ramsay. And this is inside Star Wars. Listen and follow this podcast for free on the I Heart radio at number one for music, radio and podcasts, all in one You're the top Bryan Adams songs that you've gummed up. Number three..

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"bryan adams" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

02:06 min | 2 years ago

"bryan adams" Discussed on 600 WREC

"Heart radio goes one on one with Bryan Adams to discuss the metamorphosis of a song as years pants. I mean, the interesting thing about a song and metamorphoses of song, is it You spend. I know this is this city has been two months making a record and you put out a song. Becomes permanent in people's minds. You know, it was like if you're going to Dillon play, and you just the songs they're gonna play of Dylan are going to be, you know, Learn on the wind and you know, and those versions cut 1965. Meanwhile, the guys had years of playing the same song, and it's become a different thing for him, you know, and he's learned how to rearrange and play it in a place where he's more comfortable or its metamorphose ized itself naturally into being something different. And that's what happened with these songs to keep listening to I Heart radio form or Bryan Adams and only your favorite artists. I heart radio goes one on one with Carlos Santana to reflect on what a big influence Ronnie Eiseley was on him, You know, just give you a little reference. When the Beatles came here at the Ed Sullivan Show in 63, they came to America singing, twisted shout. And running. Eisley was already the first Michael Jackson worldwide with twisting shout. So that's how important here keep listening to I heart radio for more Carlos Santana and all your favorite artists. I heart radio goes one on one with Daryl Hall to get the scoop on writing the song, Private eyes. I shut down to this little What was it a chord organ. And then I turned on. We had a little box called Roland Copy with which was this proto drum machine, and it said Rock and Roll one, and I pressed it. And when Dick Dick Take her home, Dick Dick Dick, right, and that was going around and I started playing on the organ boom stuffing, pumpkin farm folk up and I started doing that, and it's the dick dick. But and that is literally what you're hearing on the record. So I've said this has pretty good. The sound.

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"bryan adams" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

01:48 min | 2 years ago

"bryan adams" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"First intermission of the Mercyhurst Ice Center here in Erie, Pennsylvania. In the 1st 20 minutes of this game, Mercyhurst leads in every stat category except goals. That's the big one that really matters. Air Force got the only goal of this period to 51 Mark Brandon Cook. First goal of the season for the sophomore defenseman. The assists on the plate to a couple of freshman Bryan Adams and will Gavin shots on goal. Mercyhurst doubled up air Force in that category. 11 shots on goal for the Lakers just five. For the Falcons is one penalty called in that period. It was called on Mercyhurst. It came right at the end of that goal that was scored by Brandon Cook, Bryan Adams drew the penalty. You went against the Lakers Air Force over one on the power play 18 face offs in that first period. This isn't a new area that air force really needs to get better at the talked about that in the team meeting today, you've got to be able to dig in. And when those draws, especially those key draws in special teams situations all tonight, it's Mercyhurst. Leading in that category. 18 draws Mercyhurst has won 11 of them. Air Force has won seven block shots. Same again. Mercyhurst with five block shots in the game Air force with just three and 17 in that game on Wednesday, again Sacred heart and that's a staple of this Air force defense is getting in those shooting lanes blocking those shots. 11 of them got through to Zach LaRock, who made 11 saves Air Force just three blocks shots in that period one Nothing as both teams get set to return to the ice here start period. Number two. There was a top exactly rock tested pretty good in the first period and the Falcons were all over Hank Johnson, especially early on They were, but they only got five shots.

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Site near Orlando's International Airport to offer COVID-19 vaccine appointments starting Friday

Todd Schnitt

00:32 sec | 2 years ago

Site near Orlando's International Airport to offer COVID-19 vaccine appointments starting Friday

"2000. People over age 65 65 can can be be vaccinated vaccinated each each day. day. The The site site it it opens opens next next week week near near Orlando Orlando International International Airport. Airport. Just Just really really pleased pleased that that we we were were able able to to locate locate a a sight sight that that would would have have the the logistics logistics to to do do a a lot lot of vaccinations that doesn't bring people under a hospital campus. Bryan Adams from Advent Health says appointments are required appointments to receive the crown of virus vaccine already filled up in public stores in three Florida counties. Her Nando, Marion and Citrus, they've been approved to distribute the vaccine to people age 65 older. Public says We'll be updating appointment information on its website. The

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"bryan adams" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

01:42 min | 2 years ago

"bryan adams" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"Adams, and he buried it in the back of the net. Neutral zone face off Falcons win the tap, but Niagara with the takeaway and handling the pocket center ice, Ryan Cox lost it. Cook will settle it down for Air Force as the Falcons move it from right to left in the final 20 seconds off period number to a goal of peace in this period, Max Harper will dump it in for Air force with five seconds remaining. And the Purple Eagles will just Neil, take a knee here run out the final five seconds. But Air Force got to be feeling pretty good about itself down one. Nothing giving up a power play goal. The Falcons even this game on Bryan Adams shot in the final minute of the second period, Boy did air force need that, Jack. The Falcons are playing good hockey tonight. They've taken a couple of penalties they put in a dagger on the power play in the Purple Eagles took that first goal. But what would a play there by Bryan Adams and another freshman, remember both goals last night were scored by Air Force freshman Marty and Horn. Tonight's goal by Bryan Adams, the first of his career. Adam's picked up his first career point last night. With an assist gets a goal tonight, and that's a huge goal. Air Force needed something to feel good about it and I Adams gave it to him. Malcolm's go on to the third with the chance in this game. That's all they were asking for. That's what Frank's territory talked about. In the pregame show. And after two periods of play here in Niagara Air Force one Niagara one on the Air Force Sports Network from Little Film I am G College, presented by U. S. A. Handles 30 minutes off fried. This should be fun..

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"bryan adams" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

01:31 min | 2 years ago

"bryan adams" Discussed on WTVN

"Bryan Adams to ask why the song Reckless was not actually on the original reckless album. I think it was just down the timing like again If you want to get the album up for such a such on Dine never thought the demo was good enough so Because I used to have this thing right Demo. Then I take it to the band and re cut it. But in essence, the demo was just fine. Listen to it. It's pretty good. And it could easily make the outlines didn't think to do it. Keep listening to my heart Radio form or Bryan Adams and all your favorite artists. I. Heart radio goes one on one with Brad Paisley to talk about some early music memories, my earliest musical memories. Buck Owens on the turntable as my grandfather played like a record of tiger by the tail, and I would run around in circles and it was it was like they would just put it on just to see their kids get dizzy and fall down. And then he raised me on this diet of music like that Johnny Cash thing and then gave me a guitar. When I started to learn it was the first time You play something that's actually that sounds like it on a sound. It's for a while it's twinkle, Twinkle Little star with one string And it's embarrassing and you know, and nobody's impressed. And then all of a sudden something clicks you start playing a couple of chords, and then they're like, Hey, this kid's playing the guitar having playing Church choir, and I played there and then the next thing you know, people are clapping after you do it. You're when you're nine years old and you bring a room to applause. It's like this is pretty good way.

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Powell: Semiannual Monetary Policy Report to the Congress

Marketplace with Kai Ryssdal

02:17 min | 3 years ago

Powell: Semiannual Monetary Policy Report to the Congress

"Jay Powell went up to Capitol Hill today. The Fed chair here did his twice yearly congressional briefing lawmakers technically in case you're curious called the monetary policy report the T. l.. Dr Goes like this economy is basically fine. Yeah he's bit word. About Corona virus. Trade has settled somewhat buddies keeping an eye on it. Interest rates aren't going anywhere but then at one point in his report Powell. Well he wrote this and this is a quote levels of business debt continued to be elevated with the riskiest firms accounting for most most of the increase in debt in recent years. Now the reason. That's a worry. Well 'cause when not if but when things go economically south that debt it is going to be harder to pay back and that is not a good thing marketplace's Mitchell Hartman gets us going. Interest rates are low right now by historic standards. It doesn't cost Salaam to borrow money. Chris Zeffirelli at independent advisor. Alliance says it's true for a family buying a house you have a higher credit score and you're unable able to lower mortgage rates are lower car loans whereas if you were considered more of a risky borrower you'd have to pay higher interest rates. The same thing is true for corporations. And it's it's the high risk corporate bonds that are on the rise. This isn't the Amazon Google Nike facebooks of the world with plenty of cash on hand. Zeffirelli says it's companies that are very capital intensive in terms of having property plant equipment so industrial companies energy companies especially those exposed to risks six lake drilling for oil or buying land. Some pension and mutual funds are looking to hire risk bonds because returns aren't high enough on safer. INVESTMENTS INVESTMENTS SAYS University of Portland Finance Professor Bryan Adams. They need to earn five six seven percent to be able to do that. They gotta find riskier debt. Now now this rise in low grade corporate debt could be dangerous if companies start to see sales fall and cash flow decline says Mark Zandi at Moody's John Olympics. Do they pay on their debt. Start to pull back on their hiring vestment that were exacerbate the economic downturn similar to how risky mortgage debt contributed attributed to the financial crisis a decade ago. I'm Mitchell Hartman for

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Mandy Moore Opens Up About Her Marriage to Ryan Adams

WBZ Morning News

00:28 sec | 4 years ago

Mandy Moore Opens Up About Her Marriage to Ryan Adams

"And more voices added to the Ryan Adams saga. After several women came out making serious allegations against the singer, his access speaking out to singer and actress Mandy Moore says she felt like she was drowning during her marriage to Adams in a podcast, she called the marriage unhealthy and said she was living her life for Adams. Bryan Adams denies the accusations from multiple women who accuse him of harassment and emotional

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Mandy Moore, Bryan Adams And New York Times discussed on Lori and Julia

Lori and Julia

05:12 min | 4 years ago

Mandy Moore, Bryan Adams And New York Times discussed on Lori and Julia

"Big name in the world of entertainment is being accused of sexual misconduct. And this is coming to us, courtesy of the New York Times expose published this afternoon, and this is about musician Bryan Adams now he's been around the scene for quite some time. And some of you may be familiar with Ryan Adams as the ex husband of Manny more. They were married. Seven years divorced in two thousand sixteen. Yeah. So Ryan Adams is being accused of abuse. No this ranging from emotional manipulation to sexual misconduct by several women this in New York Times and this based on interviews with multiple people, including Phoebe, burgers, and Mandy Moore. She's talking in this article, he is as she is a singer songwriter, Courtney j and other women all gave a count of their experiences with Ryan Adams. There's also an interview with a woman named Eva. Who claims that she was fourteen when she began talking to atoms they built an on line relationship that eventually led to sexual conversations. And at least one instance where Adams exposed himself over Skype now, according to this report, Adam categorically denies these quote, extremely serious and outland is excuse me accusations in the times is reporting. He's gone on Twitter afternoon. Are why? Yeah, why did he do that? Yeah. So this is what Ryan Adams has to say on Twitter this afternoon. This was published just about seventeen minutes ago. I guess so I'm not a perfect, man. And I've made many mistakes to anyone I have ever heard, however unintentionally, I apologize deeply an unreservedly. But the picture that this article paints is upsetting Lee. Inaccurate. Some of the details are missing misrepresented summer exaggerated summer outright, false. I would never have inappropriate interactions with someone I thought was underage period. So and he goes on. Well, the Ava said that she was all different ages. Yeah. So it started they made initial contact when she was fourteen this, according to the New York Times now Asia's about twenty years old now, and according to text reviewed by the New York Times, Eva atoms excuse me question. Eva about her age repeatedly when corresponding with her online, and she did not always answer, honestly, and their sexual conversations continued, and there is back and forth. He was asking for photographs of her asking pet names, but Zoe it goes into graphic details about this. So. This seems you know, hey, like a lot of these stories he kind of has a pattern of how he behaves, and here's what I find interesting. Holly is that I'm Mandy Moore who we who he was married to. I mean, this guy is sixteen albums seven Grammys Mandy Moore says is one of the women's talking out about how she stifled him her create creatively. Yeah. So I mean, this is what she's saying in this New York Times article. Julia Manny more saying that during the time she was married Ryan Adams almost six years that Adams, discouraged her from working with other music producers are managers and acted in ways that she now considers psychologically abusive. Here's a quote from the article, she says, he would always tell me you're not a real musician because you don't play an instrument. She goes on to say, quote, his controlling behavior essentially did block my ability to make new connections in the industry during a very pivotal and potentially lucrative time. Mine tire mid to late twenties. Now Adams lawyers deny. Dying that Adams ever, stop Mandy Moore from working with other producers and was supportive of her well-deserved professional respect. Now too many Moore's point I believe, I think that's true because he did have some music out. And then it all stopped. Yeah. Exactly. And she kind of went off the radar in her. It's kind of like her character in this is us. I mean, I'm dead serious because he had to quit her music career for Jack and the triplets. Yeah. This is kind of so that role of Rebecca on this is us for Mandy Moore might be more emotionally resonant for Mandy Moore. She might have a little more method to this. If you're going by the New York Times article this afternoon, which that is just really all of this is just unsettling, and it's sad. And the whole thing can be read over at the New York Times. Yeah. Another one bites the dust. Yeah. Marriage of music in control interesting. Okay. She met him when she was twenty three. Yeah. They got married really quickly. I remember they had a small intimate ceremony somewhere. Maybe like. Chat or something. Seventeen cats. Well, she's married to dies. I mean, the guy. Yeah. And she seems extremely happy. But how horrible? Yeah. You know, what I'm sure it's one of those things that many more reflects back on her time with Ryan Adams, and what it seems like in the New York Times article is that at the time, maybe you brushed off some of the things that this person said or you didn't quite understand what was happening but reflecting back as time passes. And as you gain, a new perspective, you're like, yeah. That really was emotionally manipulative and abusive. Ooh. All right. Well,

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The Music Technologist That Ozzy Osbourne Calls "The Rocket Man"

The Tech Blog Writer Podcast - Inspired Tech Startup Stories

09:51 min | 4 years ago

The Music Technologist That Ozzy Osbourne Calls "The Rocket Man"

"Warm. Welcome to the show. David. Can you tell the listeners a little about who you are? And what you do. Well, I'm David fringe Yoni. Great to be here. You know, a music technologist entrepreneur businessman engineer, producer drummer, author drum library, creator, artists development, professional very blessed to have a lot of work a lot of hats. And enjoy all that I do, and, you know, just love love the whole combination. I thought I spun a of place you put me the shave. You know, life's too short for me, not to keep really busy doing things that passionate about and that I think I think contribute to and and it's just, you know, just been a wild ride just for anyone tuning in hearing you for the first time, I just bring them up to speed you've been you've been the in house engineer for five of Arras mitts records and built most of every coding stereos and high end av systems, but you also K notoriety as the official technologies for the osbournes and even a paid a multiple episodes of their MTV show, and I believe Ozzy Osborne, even jokingly referred to you as the rocket, man. So can you tell me more about your backstory as a drummer? And also you'll you'll work which has been with everyone from the stones Ringo Starr out and John sting. Bryan, Adams, Shaquir shed, so many moist like you said he's been a hell of a ride. It started with at age too. I started playing the drums. And my my parents got me a little toy drum kit in somehow realized that I had an affinity for the drums and at the same time. I was diagnosed with retina, blah, stola, which is cancer of the eye, and what that turned out to be is that to remove the cancer. They had to remove my right is. So I became blind in my right eye since the age two in it really had a profound effect on my life and my family's life beyond the near death experience in the in the loss of sight. I had a prosthetic, and and it really kinda look different than other kids. So I had a pretty isolated kinda rough childhood in music ended up being my refuge. I also became kind of a collector. I I like started collecting baseball cards in GI Joe's and immersed myself in like my own world. Really? And by the time, I was eight I was taking drum lessons by the. Time. I was twelve I was playing in bands. I started taking lessons with some really amazing drum teachers drummers, Alan Dawson, Joe Morello, rod more instinct, less rural just world class drummers. And because my parents were always very intent on making sure that anything that he did took a very educated in learning approach and learned it, quote, unquote. Right. So I was taking lessons from young age than kind of volved to these amazing teachers and

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