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"canova" Discussed on Set Lusting Bruce: The Springsteen Podcast

Set Lusting Bruce: The Springsteen Podcast

05:53 min | 5 months ago

"canova" Discussed on Set Lusting Bruce: The Springsteen Podcast

"You can only use one springsteen song a time which is tough because You could almost make the argument any positive question. You could pick for any of them. You know so Do you wanna give me any general thoughts about how well you pick these. Did you just immediately know. Or how much deliberation jude said. I've got to tell you today. I put myself in the seat of all of the guests on that one podcast. Who has struggled to come up with one lyric. Because i struggled to come up with one answer to these eleven life questions I did go back especially for the first question. And listen back to a couple of different songs. Because i wanted to Not have my preconceived perception or conception of a song without really having some basis for it. So i did a little bit of research by listening to a couple of songs and had a little Lightning round in my office here. So okay very nice. Well we always start kind of with a negative but that's is what's a song you hate or in parentheses. You don't get Case you don't want to Say something there is a springsteen song that you use the h word about well. It's a great question right. Because i'm trying not to use the word hate in my life in general bright and if i could roll up to the answer that would help me kind of at least give you a little of the choreography of how i got there right so waiting on a sunny day. How can i hate that when it brings so much joy to people and when my friend anne marie daughter savvy actually was up on stage on bruce's shoulder fist pumping to waiting on a sunny day. So i can't eight that born in the usa. We or conflicted with this song. I'm not gonna hate it. Because i've been in italy with eighty thousand fans who just went absolutely bonkers for it Ramrod in darlington county. I'm i'm just not a nascar kinda guy and when those songs come up and everyone goes crazy. I almost linked to songs. I don't like are the ones that to me. I don't get why everybody's going crazy for them. But i get it. You know ramrod darlington county. You know you're in some honky tonk bar and all fun but i did listen to this last one that i think is the song that i dislike. The most there goes my miracle. Okay all right and some of it is that you know. It's almost seems like bruce's doing this. Operatic kind of a broad big big voice. And i don't know i just either don't get it. Don't appreciate it. But i don't think he plays it too often live so perhaps there's something to that. Okay very good What is a song you think is overrated. A this one. I will go to born in the usa and probably because it is the song and the album. That wrought bruce into such a mainstream place. Frankly it really it really jetson him into more of the mainstream and you know when our favorite people go mainstream. We kinda don't always love it right. It's like oh really you guys you guys love it and you don't get why you don't love the first two albums and that bruce with the muscle shirt and the headband. You know that seemed to be jingoistic or just Mtv playing to that kind of crowd. So i say it's overrated because of how highly rated so many people make especially live..

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"canova" Discussed on Set Lusting Bruce: The Springsteen Podcast

Set Lusting Bruce: The Springsteen Podcast

03:31 min | 5 months ago

"canova" Discussed on Set Lusting Bruce: The Springsteen Podcast

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"canova" Discussed on Set Lusting Bruce: The Springsteen Podcast

Set Lusting Bruce: The Springsteen Podcast

04:06 min | 5 months ago

"canova" Discussed on Set Lusting Bruce: The Springsteen Podcast

"So ted that your question all right. Well i need to build up to this. Because it dawned on me interviewing a guest on my own podcast on thunder road. The thunder road is broken up into three different parts. It is this calmness of the screen door you know and the radio. She's dancing in the dresses waving. And it's kind of calm right and then it's building a little bit right. It's building you know. Yeah you can hide beneath the covers. Yea it's still building right And then all of a sudden else can you do. It's like drum except roll down the window. So now we're in the car rolling down the window and let your hair blowing back. So now there's some there's some some force that wasn't on the porch where the dress was just waving on a summer day. Now the windows down. The hair is blowing. The knights busting open right And then all of a sudden. I got this guitar you know and i learned how to make talk. It's it's gone to a third year. So i never saw thunder road being broken up into three geat three shifts three gears like a car like roots always do with cars. So i i love that. So the crescendo is happening. You're asking right now. Does she climb in. you know. it's funny. It depends where mary is from. If she's from bruce's neighborhood hell. Yes she climbs in it to be placed. She may have to say. I'm getting my nails done tonight. Can we maybe do it next. Thursday i say that in just because i think deep down we all wanna think that bruce's couples go together and that they take a walk to the sun and and live happy. Lives with with the road is still dark with thin thin lines with the hands still slipping and breaking free. But i will not. I'm sure there are some songs. But i don't want to even go there that deep right now but i'm not going to go there that any of the songs that i love isn't hopeful romanticism. Not hopeless but hopeful romanticism. So i have a bonus question for you and.

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"canova" Discussed on Set Lusting Bruce: The Springsteen Podcast

Set Lusting Bruce: The Springsteen Podcast

03:21 min | 5 months ago

"canova" Discussed on Set Lusting Bruce: The Springsteen Podcast

"Cares. Were not apologizing for our fandom. This almost to me i mean. I'm reinforcing it to me. This is my friend said that this is like my personal therapy. Sessions this podcast. It is making a declarative that we are done apologizing for people rolling their eyes at us saying that you know. Oh my god jackson. Browne must have a temporary restraining. Order out for you. It's like it's not funny. It's not funny these peaceful who yes. It was funny. Ha ha ha the first couple of times. Now it's just like. I'm sorry you don't have something that you're passionate about in your life. There's room on the train you know. Grab a ticket get. You don't need no ticket. Just get on board. That's right and you know that's the and we'll talk about. That is yes. I realized that our family sometimes role there is that like a another story but I have heard that from other people that have said. I wish i was passionate about something as much as you. And in fact one of my good friends Tom zoeller who is a brilliant writer and artist on his i tunes review. He says he says. I don't know if i'm passionate about anything as much is jesse is about bruce's music and talking about it to other people and i will take that as a compliment any day. It's beautiful right. And you know the beauty of podcasting and people say oh. What did i do a on. It's like do a podcast passionate about because your authenticity will come out. Well in the reality is and i did not understand this for a long time. And she does now and it was her brother of all things. That did this We were over at his house and he was talking about that if he could do anything he would get. We're all his buddies from high. School would go to a barn on sunday. Set up their music musician. Musical instruments because he was in bands all during high school and right out there high school and he says in we would jam for two or three hours for no audience. We would just play music for ourselves. And he says and i would love to do that and he goes why because his family as he doesn't have other members there's no one close to him that plays music that from his buddies and i said that's what my podcast is. I mean if i get ten listeners. I don't care. Because i got to connect with someone and we got to spend forty five minutes to an hour talking about bruce talking about insuring stories talking about life also right absolutely and it is amazing. The different topics you can go into in the going So you kind of answered already. But i do have to give just the mary. If if you're a friend of ted's and you're listening to this Era going okay. Explain this very question to begin. J armstrong is an honors english teacher. Who just recently retired in the philadelphia area and every year. His seniors would take two days out in honor english class and they would break apart thunder road all the lyrics on the imagery all the things that bruce explorers and at the end of the two days He would ask the class this mary get in the car..

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"canova" Discussed on Set Lusting Bruce: The Springsteen Podcast

Set Lusting Bruce: The Springsteen Podcast

03:16 min | 5 months ago

"canova" Discussed on Set Lusting Bruce: The Springsteen Podcast

"What will you do well. I'll wait for you and please wait for me to me. This and maybe that is my number one. But i've gotta go tougher than the rest because it is such an amazing imagery. The road is dark and it's a thin thin line. But i want you to know i'll walk it for you any time. I mean if that just doesn't some up both born to run and thunder road in a much more charming. The engines aren't running the way they are in the motorcycle in the car on born to run it and thunder road. Perhaps but it's really it is dark and it's a thin line again just just tougher than the just like If i should fall behind our lives are going to be complicated. The road is going to be dark. Our hand will slip free. I'll wait for you. I'll walk that thin line for you any time to me. These two songs are almost like one song. And i've never thought of it this way that i've always thought of them companions songs at all work for your love and there's the hat trick so to speak. Have i over spoken. Because now i know that's perfect in fact now i mad that I didn't include Tougher than the rest on my lyrics. As i told you. You know scott and josh or to talk about their seven favourite lines and so just to share with you and then I did not pick all bruce. I picked letter to me by brad. Paisley it's a song that he Had have copyright but basically. It's if i could write a letter to me back when i was seventeen. Says you got so much up ahead. You'll make new friends. Angeles should see your kids and wife. And i'll end by saying have no fear. These are nowhere near the best years of your life beautiful. That's almost like what you would write in high school. Yes seniors yearbook. Yeah exactly and number six was if i should fall behind and the exactly eric's you mentioned everyone dreams of the love lasting insurance right. I win someone i know is getting married. I will print out the lyrics to if i should fall behind and include that in their gift beautiful. You know i just right. I think it's perfect This is your sword is one of my favorite springsteen's i think it is in a lot of ways it is it is a psalm. It is a gospel song and You know Hold tight your loved ones. Remember this this shield. Protect your sacred heart. The sort will defend you from what comes in the dark suga. Weary on the battlefield. Do not aspire our love israel. You know that song in itself is so under spoken about And when that when you play that it really is such an optimistic song..

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"canova" Discussed on Set Lusting Bruce: The Springsteen Podcast

Set Lusting Bruce: The Springsteen Podcast

04:47 min | 5 months ago

"canova" Discussed on Set Lusting Bruce: The Springsteen Podcast

"I was in search of of of Of just a tougher. Beat probably yeah right then. Then billy joel's softness that after the stranger. Yes he had some nice songs here and there. But i just don't think matches toe to toe at all with his subsequent albums though. I'm sure billy joel fans would get on here and just ripped me and by the way i when i went. I still have the phase where you know Would buy all the new billy joel. Albums they came out of. My thing was right. You're either a fleetwood. Mac or an eagles fan like franken that seventy six seventy seven. You know rumors or hotel. California eagles guy growing up in louisiana. Not that i didn't like fleetwood mac. I just you know one or the other was the passion And you know. I think And it's very clear that bruce and billy adore each other you know because when they play together you know the they. They'll do that funeral. And they'll do new york state of mind and bruce will play with that and born to run and You know one of the early early of billy joel was on talk. Show any talked about going to broadway. And he said that he kind of was expecting bruce to ask him to go on stage right. 'cause that's what we do. He's telling the story and he didn't and he said because it's not that kinda show And i remember when Tom petty died and boosting open with the tom petty song i knew this is something different. This is not just a show. This isn't a devils and dust ghost of tom. Joe tour this is something different. So yeah that's interesting During the Twenty sixteen river tour twice I was there three times glenn fry. Bruce sang after he died. David bowie. i was at that show to his own. Jeff and then i was at night one night two in brooklyn and i've got to tell you when they came out and sang purple rain for the first song and nils lofgren talks about learning it on the fly in my podcast. The tour That was stunning. That an and you hear it on e street radio and then he played at night to all somebody played it deeper into the concert because here on the river tour or waiting for meeting the tonight every every asked leasing opening and all of a sudden. It's like what is going on up there. The stage just turned purple. Went into it. So i can rosen's wonderful blog that he does every day just recently talked about. Because that's the anna a you know. He talked about that on the cover. And i remember you know Seeing this from a distance Every member was wearing some kind of purple. Everyone onstage in the band was just this this amazing cover and then you're seeing interview clips of like prince talking about how he would love to be backstage and wash bruce perform because you could learn so much from them you know and he talked about. I think he was on the view or something he said you learned from the best and then bruce was talking about that. There's not a better showman and In every year at the super bowl all springsteen fans start tweeting about the greatest halftime show. Ever and i friend of mine was there a frontal. She was adopted by one of the winning groups. And i always say i agree. It was amazing but u2 and prince might have a little something to say about. What's the best one ever..

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"canova" Discussed on Set Lusting Bruce: The Springsteen Podcast

Set Lusting Bruce: The Springsteen Podcast

03:46 min | 5 months ago

"canova" Discussed on Set Lusting Bruce: The Springsteen Podcast

"You you just may not want to wait it out for me now is is the is the podcast just springsteen lyrics or is it is it or is it dealer's choice your your listeners choice. So here's what. I thought i was going to start a broad. Hey everybody let's get petty. Let's get. I actually thought jackson browne still in mean it could be everybody. And then i thought. I'm a springsteen fan era springsteen fan jesse there's all kinds of groups we stand in the pit. We talk in between tours. When's the next tour letter to you. Comes out and we're all saying what's going to be the tour opener. Is it ghosts or is it burning training. You know it exactly right. 'cause they said oh it's got be burning trained gotta train and then when i know i went okay. Well maybe ghost is l. I gotta tell you. I think stevie was on east radio one day and i think they played Ghosts he said it either in code or just in passing he goes well. There's the tour opener. Yeah so. I think stevie thinks it's going to be ghosts sure Also so what was the question again. So i thought you know what i'm not. I'm going to start this. With springsteen. And i'm gonna be proud to start it with just springsteen and i want to penetrate this audience of bruce lovers Who who can appreciate own deep. Eric and I'm i'm glad i think that at some point it could open up to others and i think along the way. Maybe we'll have some bonus episodes maybe by episode ex. They'll be listener choice or episode. Y it will be dylan. Or i don't mind doing that right because bruce loves all of these people to write. He inducted jackson into the hall of fame it. Clearly he was influenced by dylan. I just think right. Now where the world of podcasting is where. There's so much generalist stuff there. I thought what. Would it be. Like if i went so narrow with that one lyric an. I'm i'm going to just run with it and until there's not enough information or at least episodes but look i don't think we are ever going run out them so well you know i. I was talking to the guy arrests my network a couple of weeks ago and he says i need to tell you a funny story. I said sure he said five years ago. When you told me you wanted to do a spring podcast. That i said of course. You know the whole porter this. That is if you're passionate about something we want to do it. He says in. All i ask is get a season you know can. Can you get me at least twelve episodes right and So he says. I remember hanging up the phone with you and i turned martha my wife and i said so jesse wants to do a springsteen pont guests and i think i think we'll get a year out of it. He said you know here. You are five years later. You know over seven hundred six hundred episodes well done you know gun and in part of that is cheating like i will do you know i've done springsteen's thought of the day which is similar to your podcast where i pick a lyric and then i talk about it and i did that and and then what i did and i'll give you the please uses of you want i do beside episodes and of and so i have someone that's passionate about the bg's or john hiatt or You know like..

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"canova" Discussed on Set Lusting Bruce: The Springsteen Podcast

Set Lusting Bruce: The Springsteen Podcast

03:13 min | 5 months ago

"canova" Discussed on Set Lusting Bruce: The Springsteen Podcast

"I've never made that connection before. That's that's brilliant. And the story. I tell all the time on the podcast. Ed and my listeners are probably going to Say it along with me. But i think it's exactly to your point in highschool i loved isaac. Asimov is a huge. I still am a you know. He's been he's been passed for a long time. So there's no need books. But i will go back and reread his short stories and novels and in his autobiography talked about. He was lecturing once and he talked was talking about a story. And the someone in the audience interested in dr zuma. That's not what the story is about. And isaac being isaac this big loud. Like hey i wrote the story. What do you make of course i know what the stories about and the guy said. Well doctor asimov. Why do you think just because you wrote it. You know what the stories about. And in his autobiography. Isaac said he. I realized he was right. And from that point on as the writer i knew what i wanted it to mean but i never assume that's what it meant to my readers again right so that goes into the because people have asked me well. Let's say you get bruce on the show. Would you ask them the ameriquest go. I absolutely would ask the question within. Then you know underneath ask because you have the answer and i go with just because bruce thinks she gets in the car or bruce thinks she doesn't get the card that doesn't equate to other people having the story right. Yeah well couple of things. I spoke to jackson browne. He really is my beacon. My north star Really a whole nother shelf I you can imagine. And i said what is this lyric mean. Pull me through the garden wall and pulled me through and and he. He wouldn't tell me and i left. I was a little bit ticked off. Yeah he didn't want us to know now over the years our music heroes have started to say what some of their songs are about. Because now they're in their seventies and they're just kind of sharing it but when he said that it was wonderful. It goes to your point now when you talk about the mary question. Well there's the wendy question and my first episode on that one lyric. We delved into the one question. And does she take off. Ed and towards the end. I said to. Jonathan the guests. I'm like i think this is a wedding proposal for crying. Out loud is on his knees. It goes by the end of this. He he's working really hard to get her to come and he goes. I don't know if she'll come. But it would be really hard not to and. I think that's same with mary right. But it's funny when you talk about the mary question. One of the episodes is about the long walk home. There's a question there and that's the last night. I stood at the doorstep trying to figure out what wrong while they're the doorstep. There's a front porch in long com. It's going to be long log home. Hey pretty darling. Don't wait up for me. It's going to be along right com. He's basically saying. Even if i he'll.

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"canova" Discussed on Set Lusting Bruce: The Springsteen Podcast

Set Lusting Bruce: The Springsteen Podcast

05:32 min | 5 months ago

"canova" Discussed on Set Lusting Bruce: The Springsteen Podcast

"Podcasts that overlaid my journalism background with my music. Phantom i was going to about forty five live concerts a year. Not if none of bruce but for a couple of years i was going to forty five. Fifty concerts a year and My friends all said you should do something with your journalism with music. I said none would ban. I want jackson route to journalist. He would never talked to me again. I'd i do not want to be the professional. When i'm waiting by the bus from musical heroes and then i just realized okay maybe i could overlay my profession with my phantom and i started a music. Podcast called the tour. And i teamed up with city winery with restaurants and wine bars In about eight or nine different cities and and Michael dwarf in new york city was so gracious to help me get some guests. And i interviewed everybody from amy helm to jerry. Douglas alejandro escobedo to john lodge of the role of the moody blues And i ended it with neil's whilst grant had a how wonderful interview with nails But i love doing those interviews in person there's something about of physical cues interpersonal communications Marc cohn. I asked him after your debut hit. Where did you go i go. Did anybody ask you that yet. He goes no one's asked me that question. And i don't know if i'm going to answer it on. I and i think that that kind of interaction happens in person. If you ask somebody on a phone line or a line like we're doing right now. I can easily just talk over you and just not answer the question. But there's something intimate where whether amy helm says boy. No one's asking that question before but you really do your homework. Alejandro escobedo telling me a therapy appointment. He had worse therapist almost pinned him up against the wall. Saying what are you doing and these stories. One one in person really thrilled me. I really always thought that. After i did the interviews for the tour podcast that the publicist would call me to say. You can't use that part and to this date. No one has done that. Unom really really grateful so fast. Forward a couple of years we get into cove it and maybe it is the real narrowness of what i'm thinking these days. You know i already have the broad podcast of the tour great interviews. But i wanted to go really micro and i thought not. Just doing a song. But what about that. One lyric and i thought that okay. This maybe people would want to partake. Maybe people would roll their eyes at our fandom and say come on how can you actually talk about one lyric and jesse can tell you. People are lining up. It is getting in the way of my full time. I've already done ten interviews before the first one even launched and by the time this airs on your podcast will already have several that are available.

Alejandro escobedo Marc cohn new york Michael dwarf Douglas alejandro escobedo john lodge ten interviews One lyric first one forty five jackson Fifty concerts a year One about forty five live concerts jesse nine different cities about eight nails years one
Chromosomes... What are they?

Is It Transphobic Podcast

04:54 min | 1 year ago

Chromosomes... What are they?

"We're talking about genetics. We're talking about chromosomes. We're talking about A lot of things that you have a history working in so can you tell our listeners? A little bit about your history and your history professionally and sort of what what you have actually been studying what you've been working on. Yeah sure the so. The main reason I'm here is back back when you first met me. I was working on my undergrad degree. Which was in biology with Canova sub specialty in genetics So that was the first step and then after graduation. I decided that I wanted to do with a was get into testing on the clinical side of things As a job so I spent another year and a half doing coursework mostly to focus on those lab techniques and things like that and had to take my professional certification exam technically I'm ASEP. American Society of Clinical Pathology certified as a molecular biology. Which means I can do. Dna testing well and other molecular level testing But the specific site where I was working for about four years. Was Genetics lab in Boston. Where they did a variety of testing clinically for a variety of genetic disorders. They did some DNA sequencing mostly what I did you correctly remembered when we were speaking before. The podcast is what I was testing for. Was Major chromosomal abnormalities. That you can see without sequencing. A lot of the major six comes on normalities that cause many intersex traits that you mentioned fall into that category. And now when you say sequencing just because I honestly don't know what that means but I've heard it in movies I've heard it to me What what is sequencing DNA sequencing? So typically in your cell's DNA exists in a very very condensed form right because there's a lot of it. There are tons and tons and tons of base pairs that read off all the proteins that your body needs so it's usually very very condensed. So what sequencing means is that you are kind of teasing that out and reading one base pair of your Danny at a time in the sequence whereas what I did was more honestly higher level where we looked at chromosomes which are special versions of that contains DNA where you can see kind of like a bigger chunks of genetic material missing. But you're not going base pair by base pair. One at a time can okay. Now I think the the big question that my listeners are going to want to know the answer to is so does that mean that you could clone dinosaurs. I remember you had time. I mean I know the answer to this when our audience doesn't pull the whole who I directly understand the process but I don't think I should so it's not that you can't it's that you shouldn't. You're doing the thing that Dr You'd welcome said correctly. Which is they? You are in fact following what he is. He's trying to say. Which is that you asked you asked could you but then you ask should you said probably yeah. Yeah okay. So since we brought up Dr Malcolm Jurassic Park. I'm curious if there is any media that you've consumed that represents whether accurately reportedly The field that you have worked in the field that you are currently working. Oh boy there's a whole range to be honest. I I love to talk about them and provide a reading list and I'm trying to think about I mean. Usually usually they have it right on some level but then there's some level of detail that's either missing or a little bit inaccurate. There's only so much that you can understand a someone who's just like picking up reading books as opposed to actually devoting time to learning learning it right. I mean that could be. But also there's only a certain level of it that functions in your fiction. I think part of it to you. You know you can utilize it up to a certain level but it's important that everything in your story is cohesive. Don't WANNA I don't know too much detail. I think in a lot of cases so and I think especially with fiction. You WanNa make sure that you're building the world enough but at a certain point especially because it's fixing fiction. It's just like well at some point. I've gotTa Tell an interesting story or I'm just going to write a book of Nonfiction About Gene Simmons. Which that that. That is a book. I read fairly recently.

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"canova" Discussed on The Filmcast

The Filmcast

01:52 min | 2 years ago

"canova" Discussed on The Filmcast

"You really get the sense of adventure here. There are so many references in this movie to other epic fantasies kind of left eating all that up to two. Yeah. Love it. Can't wait to see what drew corners does next Jefferson Canova. So curious what you think of the kid who would be king? Well, dave. She can say my feelings about this movie are best summed up in the form of Limerick could use it. I can't say this movie rocks. But there's also not much to knock if I was eight this movie be great. It's just no attack the block. Nice. Well, then well then. Well, don't you? Hold on. Yeah. So I'll echo a lot of what has been said. I just I just came away from it a little less enthusiastic than everybody else this movie's fine. It's it's fine. I really mean when I say if I was eight I would love it made for eight year olds right? And you guys have named check some films goonies hook. I would add the movies for me that were when I was eight monster squad Splendors those movies. I have no doubt that if I saw them today for the first time, I wouldn't feel about them the way I do because I saw them when I was eight, and that's kind of thing it's kind of unfair for me to hold this movie up to how I feel as a as a full grown adult because it's really about. The the imagination of a child. Never ending story is another movie references that and in a way to love of books, and sort of that kind of thing. And I think it does everything pretty well. I think the movies a little longer than it needs to be it has kind of a false ending. And it keeps going for another like half an hour after that. Which is like oh made made it feel the long for me. But it's it wears its heart on its sleeve. It's it's not afraid to be a little hokey and a little goofy..

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"canova" Discussed on The Majority Report with Sam Seder

The Majority Report with Sam Seder

05:08 min | 3 years ago

"canova" Discussed on The Majority Report with Sam Seder

"In that clip. Didn't say anything about it whatsoever. It's almost as if you can see his corporate taskmasters handing him a big wad of cash, and you can feel the fear, and you know, last week, Tim Canova was telling us that that the DNC and Debbie Wasserman Schultz gave him the first from computer to Uman transmitted virus. But I bet you won't hear about that from Chris Hayes, and he used to be a fucking Lieber reporter, total labor reporter not so much anymore. Now, he's just a it's more like Chris. Hey. I like that Chris Hayes. That like that a lot Chris. Hey chal. Chris Hayes shell giving a facial for the corporations because fucking sell out. Speaking of fucking sell out. There's another a coward on YouTube. He does a mini MSNBC show. And he clear he wants Chris as his job, but he stammers too much. And he he he's one of these guys that's always going on at all. No, we need to stop Trump because of the supreme court, guess what you voted for Hillary. And you still got Neal Gorsuch and Brett on the supreme fucking court. How do you feel like a chump now? But but let's play this clip because he's going to go into all high. Oh and everything else. Not a word when the DNC was stealing it from Bernie. But he's gonna talk now. And and we're going to talk about it. I don't know. Maybe he's not a fucking sell out any more. The central question in this case was whether the national voter registration act prevented this type of notify weight and purge process. Posit? I've a fucking sell out. I'm a fucking sell out. Okay. Keep playing it. According to the end Viagra registered who have not responded to a notice and who have not voted into consecutive general elections for federal office shall be removed from the official list of eligible voters, except that no registrant may be removed solely by reason of a failure to vote. Okay. Now. Alito when he wrote the opinion deciding this case. Says that Ohio does not rely solely on a failure to vote. To remove them from this from the rolls. Briar on the other hand in writing the dissent. So what he wants out that? In fact, the process does not start or I should say this process starts because of failure to vote. Donna heat. He talked. So slowly, you can't follow anything. He's saying, right. Exactly. Because he's covering up for the fact that he doesn't even talk about the DNC, and this yet even people who voted for Hillary Clinton in no way, did it help with the voter disenfranchisement that's happening in Ohio. He is spending his time on this and doesn't say a single word about Seth rich, which is still a question it, there's there's a lot of questions, and I guess my question for you, a as a content curator Annan investigative journalists and someone who's blown the lid and all the corruption is do you think that he's doing that? I'm also dental hygienist. I think he's doing that on purpose or hours. He just so fearful that the fucking oxygen isn't circulating to his brain. Because guess fucking what? Brett Cavanaugh would be on the supreme court, even Hillary Clinton was elected to fucking presidency, Merrick garland said that he wants to strip birthright citizenship, I saw it some fucking wear. Don't ask me for a citation. I'm a fucking jerk off comedian. But that's the fucking point. And ended the same thing would have happened anyways. And Bernie Sanders, we're gonna get ten minutes. Second he won't even come on this fucking show. Yes. So am I crazy? Am I crazy? No. Let's go take a call. You're calling from a seven five seven area code who are you? Where are you calling from? Welcome. You're in the no fucking sellout zone. Seven five seven. Seven five seven are you there? Todd snowflakes high. Let's try another call you're calling from eight four seven.

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"canova" Discussed on Latinos Who Lunch

Latinos Who Lunch

01:46 min | 3 years ago

"canova" Discussed on Latinos Who Lunch

"So around that time was when I was really starting to develop my intuitive voice. And as I grew older, my intuitive voice got a lot stronger most, especially surrounding religion. I was taking my classes to go to CCD and do my first communion and my mom on the second day I came home from CCD and I told my mom that I wasn't going to do my first communion shoes leg. Yes. Already had them another ready. Basically, I'm like, she's like McKay KOMO Canova superamerica Mignon. I was gonna model. Really. I was like, excuse communal Noyce, but at me and I couldn't excelling where you I was, I was eleven Levin. And I couldn't explain what it was. I just knew that it didn't feel offensive to me and I didn't wanna be part of it. And she was like, whether the CD you'll also, you know, she called me liangelo, but I'm. Well. I was just so adamant in that moment. And I think she came to a place where she was like, I'm not gonna convince her and she didn't. And then I went on and explored Christianity at fourteen. I turned Christian at eighteen. I was like, no, that's not the either. I just so it's been happening since I was pretty little. So did your parents know about what was happening with you now? They didn't. And did do no. Now they might..

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"canova" Discussed on The Nicole Sandler Show

The Nicole Sandler Show

03:44 min | 3 years ago

"canova" Discussed on The Nicole Sandler Show

"Seventeen dollars. Wasserman Schultz is average donation sizes over five hundred dollars. And even even though we raised, you know, almost four million dollars when you add up all the Wasserman, his campaign committees and PACS, and super PACS. She's still outraged by perhaps close to two one, and we may have be heard. It may have been stone this time around. We're not raising that kind of money. And the main reason is because there's been a news blackout, the mainstream media has black this out two years ago. I was on MSNBC. And CNN and FOX very regularly. And each time I each time idea on those cable shows, the campaign would go more viral, and we'd raise more money this time around even the news of the ballot destruction. Even the news of the court granting summary judgment. None of that has resulted in, you know, cable TV rushing to our door and asking to speak to us. So it seems like it very county related strategy by the corporate owned media to black us out, and it is made it much more challenging to raise money. And even though we're being outraged by perhaps ten to one, let's keep in mind that Alexandria Cossio cor-ten don't raise ten to one in New York, and you still want. I have every reason to believe we can win this election in November, preventing it from being stolen is the bigger challenge. Right? And we're working with a group called democracy counts a group, a nonprofit nonpartisan group in California that's developing the soft. Where for smartphones, an app for smartphones, so that we can put together a citizen's army essentially to do a citizens audit of the election, and we're hoping that that will deter any kind of flipping of the vote, any kind of manipulation of the software. And if that kind of, if if that kind of manipulation does occur, we're hoping our citizens ought. It will help root it out and help us challenge it in court. Well, great. We need folks to, yeah, we need folks to go online Simkin over dot com. Make their contributions, even if they're small contributions, spread the word to others, go to democracy, counts contribute to their efforts best you can. We're going to try to get the Carter Center and other groups to support the democracy count citizen citizens audit as well. How he Klein's blue America Pac has endorsed you again. Have you gotten any other help from from any of the other progressive organizations, the p. triple c. or democracy for America or any of the other groups. The local our revolution chapters have endorsed us Broward County and Miami Dade, but it's been much tougher sledding with some of the other groups. I think many of those endorsements are top down endorsements as we described to the Sierra Club. Nope. Questionnaire, no endorsement Mont says, and it's been the same for the most part with a lot of the unions as well. So I'm not too worried about it. I don't think endorsements win election. She got Wasserman Schultz got more endorsements than we did last time if he added up the number of them. But I think a lot of the groups at endorsed her, the rank and file we're really with us the whole time. Right. Okay. Well, it's Tim Canova. You people, you knew, you know him from two years ago. He's back. He's running again. This time is an independent, so he's not on the primary ballot. But this time he will go head to head against Debbie, not through the Democratic Party, but in the general election on. Number six, we need to get Tim's name out there. You can follow him on Twitter at Tim Canova c. a. n. ova the website is Tim Canova dot com. Tim.

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"canova" Discussed on The Nicole Sandler Show

The Nicole Sandler Show

05:08 min | 3 years ago

"canova" Discussed on The Nicole Sandler Show

"Find us follow us and share us worldwide on the Facebook's and Twitter's at green news report. I'm Brad Friedman, does he doing? And this has been your green news report. All right. We are back Nicole Sandler here on this Wednesday afternoon. You know, it is early voting. His started down here in Florida. The I vote absentee. So I already filled out my ballot and we return it to the super. Visor of elections office in person just because I don't trust anybody with my ballot. I wanna make sure it goes to the right place. I I live in the twenty second congressional district had Deutsches my congressman one district over the twenty third district. That's where Debbie Wasserman Schultz is the Representative there, but hopefully not for too much longer two years ago. She had a challenger in the wonderful Tim Canova who came pretty close, but there were some shenanigans with the ballots that went on that will find out about because Tim Canova is running against Debbie. Wasserman Schultz, again, this time, though, not in the primary, but in the general as an independent. So let's let's find out what this is all about. Hey, Tim, Canova. I Nicole. How are you? I'm doing well. How are you. I'm doing very well. Thank you. Now you're, you're not over here on the east coast. You're on the west coast, Florida right now? Yes, just a couple of days. I'm right now in Fort Myers and have been touring around in inspecting all the devastation of along the beaches and in the waterways, it's really something else. It's a combination of the blue green, toxic, algae, and the red tide. It's killed thousands of fish. I think over four hundred seats turtles almost one hundred manatees it's it's a, it's a terrible death toll. So it's something to see for yourself and we've had to wear face masks because you know, just for health considerations when you don't wear the masks in your around all this algae very quickly, and you get headaches and well other kinds of symptoms. And last night there was a screening of the film called toxic puzzle which links this bacteria into toxic algae to a higher incidence of Alzheimer's, Parkinson's disease, and Lou Gehrig's disease a o. s. yeah, and this is happening worldwide. It's not just in south Florida. I think it's probably worse than south Florida than anywhere else that we've seen or most places. But I think this is a. Becoming all too common occurrence. The the algae is being said by the industrial farming that's going on with phosphates and nitrates and crisis eight all being dumped into waterways through through fertilizer runoff. So it's a big, a big part of the problem in Waco could Shoghi it's the big factory farms and cattle farms and sugar farms. And of course, the big sugar farms are also south of Okeechobee, and they're preventing solution to this problem by preventing basically the sale of those Sugarland to convert into the Everglades so that the water could slow naturally, kneeling and and pencil trading naturally into the Everglades. Do they believe that the causes the same for both the red tide and the blue green toxic algae? Well, I'm still learning. It seems like there's some similar factors the the red tide, and even the blue-green net algae are natural occurrences. Even if human beings did not exist on the face of the earth, you'd probably be some red tide blue-green algae. But the scale of it has just skyrocketed along with industrial farming practices. It's terrible. And now Debbie, Wasserman Schultz, she's she's sort of in cahoots with the sugar industry. Isn't she? Well, she is and we hit her on his two years ago. I wrote a piece that was called Debbie, has this we tooth and it tied her to bigger donations. In fact, two years ago, I received a letter from the lawyers for for Florida crystals threatening to sue me for defamation for basically repeating the facts. The fact is that the big sugar companies have indeed contributed to the pollution and to the failure to have a solution. And at the same time, these big sugar interests have donated millions of dollars to Florida politicians of both parties over the past quarter century. I believe they've donated well over fifty million dollars to both parties. And Wasserman Schultz has been one of their big, you know, big big politicians that they that they contribute to. It's horrible has she? I, I haven't not didn't. I don't necessarily follow news about Debbie. Wasserman Schultz, I'm sick enough about about. Our government those days as it is, but it has..

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"canova" Discussed on The Stephen A. Smith Show

The Stephen A. Smith Show

01:43 min | 3 years ago

"canova" Discussed on The Stephen A. Smith Show

"What was the other question no no no no no no you answered it yes both of them and that one answer having said all of that i must ask you this do you hold him accountable how much count ability will culpability that you put on the shoulders of goto boy promotions considering the fact that that's their fighter i don't blame go the boy promotions at all because at the end of the day canova's a grown man and he is responsible for his own training and what goes into his body that's what i was gonna say you there's a notion the way that the rules are written in the vada about strict liability in other words even if even if he could prove it was contaminated meat and i don't know how you can prove that but even if he could it still doesn't make a difference because it's just not supposed to being your body period in other words if the the notion that you are the captain of your ship you are responsible for what goes in your body and i give you an example it's the same sort of situation if you remember back several years ago when antonio margarito was had his license revoked in california for having elements of plaster of paris in his gloves that were found before he tried to get into the ring any mostly but then a lot of people thought you know what he must've been using a loaded against quote also but the point is the commission revoked the license and even though margaret cho said he didn't know about it they use the same strict liability concept which is even if you're getting know about it you're the captain of your ship you must know what's on your hands the same way in nevada you must know what's in your body so even if he can prove it's contaminated me if they're relevant to way the rules are in you are responsible and for a guy like ours with as much money as he is armed and the fact that he is not a stupid person and he lives in mexico where this is a commonly known situation you know what if you really really have a hanger for beef either come to the united states and he did or having flown in.

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"canova" Discussed on The MMA Hour with Ariel Helwani

The MMA Hour with Ariel Helwani

01:32 min | 3 years ago

"canova" Discussed on The MMA Hour with Ariel Helwani

"I think it's a confidence thing up believe that i'm a medi i'll be in the usa sub other need to beg another they'll come to me at if they done extend also the money whereas flies begging get into usc because that's that's that's that's that way but for me my flights does the tool pain none of the none of the the us doesn't come in on no canova out onto benchley do so you know the the need to pay it on our never bag eighty man for anything that being said will you be disappointed if your next flight isn't in the usc i want to be disappointed because i know eventually gonna get you know for me the wolf cage is very well they promote me very well on the big fish little poem so when when i get to the us honor this straight away you know i'm not gonna be a big fish engine one necessarily get the best promotions phone star said for me every fight i have outside the usc just needs the gonna get even big all unwilling grave mall should the win do gate to the usa you now i'm gonna be an even bigger name in the long run it will be better for me so you know i'm going for the i'll have as many flights as i'm need to get eventually went out to abandoned even bigger saw i was wondering at the beginning of the show your nickname is the prospect that i mean if you become ufc champion you can't be known as the prospect anymore right i mean that nickname has an expiration date.

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 The Winners and Losers From the Sweet 16

CBS Sports Radio

01:20 min | 3 years ago

The Winners and Losers From the Sweet 16

"Five am our go ahead mike hey good show man thank you appreciate it it's funny you know you look at people's brains you'll get the brackets right left side is it is it everything's crossed out of us you know it's i've never seen anything like this the laws have been watching enjoyment the only way you don't have something crossed down the left side of the bracket is if you had michigan that's the only team and they i think they should somewhere i think someone espn had brackets nobody nobody had picked all these teams that's not surprising you have to nine eleven like the right side you could predict i predicted the right side it's not tough on the right side the left side it's it's bonkers yeah it's it's funny because you have really strong team that give kansas duke and villanova texas tech which i think you'll never win speech sex attack same and i think we'll take kansas down yeah i think duke does as well and you look at kansas this has been a masterful job by bill self but i really do believe duke canova are the two best teams in the country i do and in my opinion and i could be wrong on it that will be the appetizer for the nc double a championship game let's go to ken in baltimore maryland you're next up on cbs sports radio.

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"canova" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show

The Dan Patrick Show

01:33 min | 3 years ago

"canova" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show

"By there so i think i think you know michigan's probably the favorite with the way they can play defense i don't think they've hit their max offensively in the tournament they've been struggling a little bit shooting the ball but their defense has gotten them into the sweet sixteen so if they can get both ends of the floor clicking i think they're going to be good on that end and then it's do canova on the other side i mean villanova looking as good as any team in the tournament and so is duke so i think those two teams are gonna end up in the in the final four out of the east and out of the midwest the first pick in the nba draft you've taken bagley de'andre eight on taking aidan i just think his strength you know he's seven foot two and he moved so fluidly he's going to continue to expand his jump shot out on the perimeter you know he and defensively he moves his feet fairly well so he can guard pick and rolls bags special talent and it's it's totally toss up it really is and and the only thing i would be concerned with as when durant went to and you know you look at what happened out of that draft in bagley could have durant type career i think he's just so gifted offensively in the game come so easy to him offense ity and he'll continue to get better defensively that that would be my only fear and worry so maybe bagley kinda safer choice but de'andre boy if he stays healthy and continues to progress that guy's amand child at a young age all the news you wouldn't be surprised by the new.

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