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Search for Brian Laundrie Resumes After He Vanishes Following Girlfriend's Disappearance

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

00:35 sec | Last month

Search for Brian Laundrie Resumes After He Vanishes Following Girlfriend's Disappearance

"Morning the search will continue for a missing couple but the two are not believed to be together. Twenty two year old. Gabby petito disappeared during a cross country trip and now her fiance who is a person of interest in her. Disappearance is also missing multiple officers and the fbi Who are currently conducting a search of the vast carlton reserve for brian laundry. On friday. Northport police officers showed up to the landrieu residents said they spoke to the family at their own request for the first time since gabby petito was reported missing by her family.

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Rays Beat Tigers 5-2, Extend AL East Lead to 8 1/2 Games

AP News Radio

00:27 sec | Last month

Rays Beat Tigers 5-2, Extend AL East Lead to 8 1/2 Games

"Dietrich Enns earned his second win in Mike Zunino it is thirty first home run is the Tampa Bay rays defeated the Detroit Tigers five to two ends to go over for opener Lewis head in the second and allowed a run on three hits in four innings of work Sununu's two run blast off reliever drew Carlton in the six give the race a five one lead when extends the rays leading the American League east eight and a half games over idle Toronto in Boston and trims the magic number to win the division to a Steve Kearney St Petersburg

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The Investigation Into Dr. Paolo Macchiarini

Dr. Death: Miracle Man

02:32 min | Last month

The Investigation Into Dr. Paolo Macchiarini

"Paolo shared his ultimate vision using stem cells to regrow or repair. The body's organs. This incredible idea that i hadn't thought previously if you could actually make that become true would be fantastic innovation in the past busa had met his share of medical luminaries through other projects oliver sacks robert gallo who co discovered hiv. Carlton gadget sick. Who'd help discover mad cow disease. What paolo macarena was doing was if it was true. Just as incredible as those discoveries i wanted to go. Bt bring this story and see who was in the wrong what actually happened was powder genius. Or was he possibly soon. After busa went to get the other side of the story he reached out to each of the doctors who had made the allegations against paolo. That i didn't want to talk to me. A very fearful and Suspicious and afraid. Eventually one of them agreed to meet with them on a cold day. In february busa walked up to the door of an apartment building in central stockholm. Dr matias chorba show buzzed him. In and he rode the elevator up to his apartment in rang the bell true to form the six foot. One american was wearing a black sabbath shirt. He invited busa into the apartment and proceeded to tell him everything had learned. He had a really hard time believing what i was saying. Car basha was making some pretty alarming. Comparisons and i started telling him stories about joseph angola. Now sweats and medical experiments or what was going on at caroline scott. I felt that maybe they were paranoid that they were afraid of things. The magnified things that perhaps exists. I thought that they would claims where a bit outlandish and we talked for like two hours. And then my wife came home and she's a blonde swedish woman presses. Well and looks like a normal person and he asked her. If what i was saying was of all this actually true and she said yes. Yes this is is absolutely true. This is absolutely what's going on. And he said after meeting her that he it was. I found that he actually started leaving me. Just like benita. Alexander in new york boost the link fest resolved to get to the bottom of the paulo macura. Any mystery

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PRO TALK With Sustainable Builder Jacob Racusin

The Fine Homebuilding Podcast

02:32 min | 4 months ago

PRO TALK With Sustainable Builder Jacob Racusin

"Jacob. Thanks a million for being on the show. It's a pleasure to talk to you. Thanks for having me. So i learned about your company. Originally from your colleague as mma carlton and i talked to him an episodes to seventy and to seventy two. We talked about your business among other things but for folks who didn't hear it. Can you please explain. The new frameworks business model. And you have a unique company structure right. Yes we're we're worker owned cooperatives directly structured as an llc for those that get into the business side of things there but yeah essentially we are. We don't have any employees. We are all co owners. There's two tiers of ownership folks enter in his trial members. And then after you've been with the company Period of time and buttons with certain level. The new i could become a full full owner and Yeah lots of details in there. But essentially the structure of the business structure is such that everybody is is an owner that tiered ownership structure culturally that sense of ownership and collective ownership is is huge. I think that's where it's Experiencing lived his how that informs our culture and folks individual buy ins or collective identity around the success of the success of the group jacob. How how did you all learn or was it you who learned about this business model and what made you want to share the wealth with your colleagues instead of keeping it. Yeah it's a great question it's been why can't take that much credit one of the original members and so you know certainly a long long for the journey since the gecko. But i'd say ace has definitely been holding. The torch in terms of the identity is the identity around that is the business model. The original members really felt it was. It was the best way for us to achieve. Our goals may think just to be the most direct around it. I know i. I feel like i can comfortably speak for all the same that none of us really had the intention of being business owner sending. We have all various levels of entrepreneurship entrepreneur. nature some of us more so than others. But none of us really interested in owning accompany owning it individually That just wasn't really. This wasn't in our identity. Ethos other individually or as a group ends of the cooperative structure gave us the best honest. Just the best model for us to bring in really good people and work

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"carlton" Discussed on Who Invited Her?

Who Invited Her?

03:38 min | 5 months ago

"carlton" Discussed on Who Invited Her?

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"carlton" Discussed on Who Invited Her?

Who Invited Her?

05:10 min | 5 months ago

"carlton" Discussed on Who Invited Her?

"And everybody welcome to another episode of who invited her. We are sending. He goes out. Tq pop culture podcast. I'm your host tony and here with with eric's meeting party barrick. We don't have ashi is still gone. Where his he pumps brings home springs. I've got her knowing but it is a jammed pack show. We have a very special guest. This week that i'm super excited for a lot of but sex this week guy. So be prepared be prepared. We have dr. It's just so weird. Dr carlton here in san diego and i loved it. It's going to be jam packed. Jam packed yes. We have dr carlton on the show for the whole show. We're going to get into men's sexual health a bunch of stuff. It's going to be a lot of fun deferred. Oh i don't want to wait. i'm here. I rob producer. Rob running the ship making sure we sound great so i wanted to get started with your doctor. How how are you from san diego. Originally let's start there originally in from south carolina really. Yeah so i grew up really super religious. Southern baptist really repressed in like tobacco town in south carolina really really backwards and i knew about you know six or seven when i was twirling around in the front yard with my gold lasso acting like wonder woman that i probably might be than the other boys. Yeah i kind of knew. I wanted to get out of there because that new. There's nothing there for me. I went to university and med school down there and then got the hell out of there. You're like i'm out yet yet. Yeah absolutely and i did all my formal training at the mayo clinic in minnesota which is the world's best institution for what i do which is pretty awesome. That place was fucking freezing. So i got out of there really fast. It was like thirty. Four below zero. Sometimes get this. Is this a subhuman. And i had always you know dreamed of living in.

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Understanding Cannabinoids Dr Swathi Varanasi

Precisione: The Healthcast

01:59 min | 6 months ago

Understanding Cannabinoids Dr Swathi Varanasi

"Today we have a special guest in. I'm excited to speak with her today. We have dr swazi varanasi dr swot analyses or dr swazi for short is a bilingual pharmacist. Specializing in integrative health implant medicine. She serves as a medical consultant for cbd before and food brands. A natural medicines educator for physicians and students a published clinical researcher and a multimedia content contributor for print and online publications emphasizing in evidence based health and wellness approached. Dr swazi is passionate about empowering everyone to be the best most authentic versions of themselves so the welcome to the show. Thank you so much for having me. I'm so glad you could join us. Why don't you tell us a little bit more about yourself who you are where you came from and what your passions are and how you ended up doing what you're doing. Yeah absolutely thank you for that interest so as you said. I'm an integrative health. Pharmacist and i knew from day one that i wanted to do something in healthcare and i knew that i was interested in integrative health of course in the beginning i didn't know it was called but i knew that i was interested in looking at all the different modalities of health and how we can use a combination to really lead our best wives and so when i was looking through opportunities when it came to college which i did college at in northfield minnesota carlton college absolutely loved and then after that i wanted to get a new perspective and i knew that i at that point wanted to perceive pharmacy because at that point a lot of the people that i knew in my family friends circle and everything. They had such interesting different jobs. So i wanted to pursue pharmacy. 'cause i knew that i could gain the skill set and able to use it to do a lot of different things and then also eventually be a part of integrative health and just wasn't really sure what that would look

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Keratin 101

Art Beauty

01:34 min | 6 months ago

Keratin 101

"There's so many different treatments on the market that we hear about. There's brazilian blowout. There's karen there is all plexus. We're going to have them on in two weeks. But like i think sometimes it's like They all are like doing something with the hair. And we see the picture where the hair looks like an angry So the shaft is angry and then it smooth and its moods Out of the category. And we're for that episode to air in in whenever it does because carlton smoothing treatments are in a category of their own. I won't tell you that they are all different they all Slightly shift your curl pattern whether have frizz curl tank or wave. That's all going to be affected a little bit. A lot of it all depends on how long process it in how how deep in your stylus goes in. you can talk to your stylist. About how straight you want your hair for a little bit of body or if you just want that for his to be gone and still keep your curl. All of those options are available for you today. Where before we just had straight right now we have everything in between right. The number one thing that i would share with you is do not do this on a groupon. We say this all the time about beauty treatments. This is another one because you never know what they're mixing in the back they could tell you one thing and then do the

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The Next Great Quarterback Prospect Is Someone You Never Knew

ESPN Daily

02:00 min | 6 months ago

The Next Great Quarterback Prospect Is Someone You Never Knew

"Tim thank you for joining me man. Hey good to be here bobble. So i'm bringing you on for a specific reason and that is i don't know anything somehow still about trae lance. I feel like you could walk into the room. Sitting in right now. And i would not necessarily know if that is in fact trae lance. So how did you start your profile of this guy. Tim pablo it's interesting. You'd say that because you know it's it's almost like he was created to torment. Nfl evaluators. tim. Q. is a senior writer for. Espn whose profile of trae lance is on espn dot com. Right now. he's from an f. School even though he won a national championship he only had seventeen starts competition. He played against wasn't at the level of an sec. Or or a power five. So they're all these questions about him and yet the talent is undeniable character. Everything checks out and yet he is still this relative unknown. Just because of all these circumstances that include pandemic related cancellations the fact that he played one game in the last year. He's really a fascinating study. Because somebody's gonna take him very high draft and you get the feeling that they aren't going to be completely sure what they're getting. Yeah he is one of the top five quarterbacks in this year's draft him. Let's just start at the beginning here with young trae lance in marshall minnesota with his parents carlton and angie lance. What was his football career lake at marshall high school his football career at marshall high in a town of about fourteen thousand people at three hour drive west of minneapolis was very under the radar.

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Voice of the Bison Jeff Culhane Speaks Highly of Trey Lance

KNBR Tonight

01:48 min | 7 months ago

Voice of the Bison Jeff Culhane Speaks Highly of Trey Lance

"Hank, who is the voice of the Bison, North Dakota State Web trade, played Is with us and glad to have him. Jeff. Thanks for coming on. How are you? Hey, Mark, I'm great. Appreciate you guys reaching out and it's a pleasure of Sakia really appreciate being on the show. Yeah, absolutely. I mean, we're excited to have you. I think you know the average football fan. Is maybe still just starting the process of getting to know Trey, Lance and 40 Niner fans. You know if it don't Jeff, it's only been 45 days a year since they've realized Oh, wait a minute. We're in this Derby, so so tell everybody about Trey Lance. Well, I'll tell you what. Trey Lance is one of the more impressive young men that I've had a chance to cover and get to know and be around. It comes from a great family. In fact it father Carlton spent a short period of time I believe in training camp with the San Francisco 40 Niners after his college career was over at Southwest Minnesota State and Marshall, Minnesota. So there's a little bit of A brief connect there even though Carlton did not spend a ton of time in the organization. But Trey, you know the conversation about training. Lance is going to come back to his Experience that's going to come back to playing at the FCS level Mark, but I think what what stands out to me is one He checks all the boxes physically, and I've had the The opportunity to be around college football programs like the Brassica in West Virginia and cover power five in the Big 12 in the Big 10 and as he seen a C C And Trey. Lance has all the physical tools you need to succeed in the National Football League. But more importantly, mark He's a great young man. He's

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California's iconic redwoods threatened by climate change

This Morning with Gordon Deal

02:07 min | 8 months ago

California's iconic redwoods threatened by climate change

"Now Rangers and conservationists are developing plans to better protect them at a that the world's tallest trees May not survive future places that are almost certain to come. It's a story by Jim Carlton reporter at the Wall Street Journal. Jim Take us through this. So Gordon the California redwoods are famous for being fire resistant when you walked through mural Woods, Humboldt State Park. You know these places with the giant redwoods. You can see the burn marks from fires of, you know. Hundreds of years ago. The big called canals. Oh, and the big question is, Can the redwoods survive? Today's mega fires? Firestorms? These are gigantic fires that they've never really seen before. They're fueled by the climate change. Basically, that means it's really dry. There's congested force conditions, etcetera. And so it's really a big question Whether these redwoods can Take a and we've We're getting some of our first big test now. Yeah, All right. So there's been, uh, you could describe it better but of greater frequency of Maura. Intense fires. In addition to the number of fires, I guess right in these trees have done okay, but there is concern. Right? Well, we just kind of a little bit of background. I mean of the top 20 most destructive fires and California recorded history like 17 have happened in the last 10 to 15 years. Um and we just had, you know the paradise Fire, you know, keep the camp fire that killed anybody people, So they're bigger. They're deadlier, more destructive and they're starting to hit the redwoods. Now they're only the redwoods are protected by fog along the coast. From about the big Sur coast of central California to southern Oregon. And there is a pretty wet forest. And so they know they don't get a lot of fire historically would be a few. You know, a small fire. Every few decades on, it would kind of burnout. Ah, lot of the brush and kind of leave the big crease alone. But that's what's changing. Now speak with Jim Carlton reporter at The Wall Street Journal. His pieces called California's plan to save its 1000 year old redwoods from wildfires. So

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How Jenny Lorenzo Became the Internets Favorite Cuban Abuela

Latina to Latina

05:18 min | 8 months ago

How Jenny Lorenzo Became the Internets Favorite Cuban Abuela

"Jenny. I'm almost have to admit not accustomed to seeing you as jenny. nobody else. Is that what you look like. I want to take a listen to the first video that you ever did. Hold up today. Go to pick up one three gilead of better sex for three going on meeting me gomez day metal supplement. Okay iressa on. And off for the love of god. So here's what's interesting. It's the first video that willa was ever featured in for buzzfeed but she insisted prior channel of mine called aggressive comex and a boiler was first introduced as a superhero Because this was a channel that was predominantly white male audience. I talked about video games and comic books and movies. Sifi strictly me being nerd and then at some point i did a movie review of the film kick ass and me and my writing partner for the show was to the cuban well because he knew that i kind of already did that sort of thing and so it was the same terrible wig that you do see in that buzzfeed video i think i through like baby powder on it to make gray and she had like this painted red mask over her eyes with like a fly swatter as were weapon and then eventually it made no sense for the channel. But you can tell that. I yearned to make this sort of content. It is interesting that something that is as big as a bulla takes that many iterations to get there like. I think there's a lesson in there for any creative. That is not necessarily that. The opening gambit is where you land now never being a nerd is as much a part of your identity and culture as being cuban. It seems did you see characters on tv or in media. Who has a latino nerd you identified with not really wasn't until recently that i started seeing that representation especially in a show like no spooky because these are a bunch of latino gods that are into the macab and they're a bunch of nerds and outsiders because that's a big part of me to what most approximated your own experience i would say. A lot of that was in black television. You see urkel you see. Carlton banks a lot of these like nerdy people of color on tv. Maybe sometimes says from that seventies show me. He had like a bit of a nerdy flair to him. I feel like latinos on tina's specifically were usually depicted as like very sensual loud colorful. You know things sofia vergara in modern family that was the typical depiction of what was and. So that's why. I had a hard time in the audition room. I didn't fit any mold of what especially miami casting paint a picture for me of what auditioning in miami looked like. It was a nightmare for me. I would show up and for those who don't know me. I'm like five feet pasty skinny little shits and he but then i have this like deep voice. No one knows what to do with me. So then i shopped to these auditions and they were usually little late sorta lottery or like colgate but then i would be up against women my age but they looked like supermodels and then there was me so then i just never felt like. I was sexy in us to sell toothpaste. I remember my very very first universal casting audition. It was for the florida lottery. And i had to be like this sexy. You're even an award. These like plastic clear stripper heels. I don't know. I don't know what i was thinking but i was nineteen years old. The silver lining of this terrible experience is that emotive issue to become a creator. I was tired of this. I was so tired. And then i did a couple extra work. Gigs was extra on. Burn notice and dexter. And guess what. I was scantily clad and tacky his hell because that's what they thought of people in miami. All of these shows always depicted people from miami in the same way and it always took place in south beaten always involve drugs and sex and violence. Which is another reason why. I'm working so hard today. To eventually sollers show. That depicts miami in a more authentic way so yeah it pushed me to go to school and learn how to do everything else on my own.

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Deploying and running Django web apps in 2021

Talk Python To Me

03:12 min | 9 months ago

Deploying and running Django web apps in 2021

"We're gonna talk about specifically Deployments on gangland we can go on and on about obviously all the intricacies of django. But i think suffice to say. I'm an educator on the on the board. In carlton's a fellow he's he makes the releases happen including three two alpha. Which just dropped today. And i guess you mentioned. Lts that's confusing to non django people so since having ellos carlton chango has a pretty rapid release cycle where it's every nine months or so so. There is three zero three one. Three two. This december i think carlton is four zero ev. One of those is a long term service release so that will last two and a half years so that is a three years. Yeah it's it's on. There's a link on the project site so that's a way that so django doesn't really have. It's rare to have breaking changes these days but the lts designed to help people who can't keep up with that cycle. Stay up to date that. We have a lot of podcasts and opinions about why should always stay up to date and it's worth it because that's one of the most things you because as carlton mentioned there's bug fixes constantly so it'll be three one three one two. They'll be three to go three to a month later or so. I'm a big advocate of you. Know if you possibly can get ladies major release so you hang out. Historically the longtime released was really the lts release was really important because there were breaking changes right in each major version of jangle. There were new things and it was difficult to. But that's not the case anymore. It's really easy to update so. I'm a big advocate of that. Now and then when i talked to fellow people in the django community. They're like well. You know. I work in the real world. And you can't keep up the ladies major budget so for those folks than you know. The lts is a really good option. Because it's once every three years you know it's coming you get six month window of overlap of supports. The old lts gets six months of security release after the release of the new lts. That's your window to update. Well i think that running and maintaining software built upon frameworks like django. It falls into two categories for me if falls into. Here's something that we have a team or at least somebody dedicated to owning this project and we care about its ongoing life and then we have the ones that are the oath. Please don't touch it and the oh please don't touch it is we've long since stopped developing that maybe the person who developed it left. But it's still important and we don't want to break it. It's working right now but if you touch it new break it you've now adopted it. You know what i mean like. It's that thing that just like if you break the build. Yes but but worse. 'cause it's legacy build so to me i feel like that. Please don't touch it. Side the lts make perfect sense for them. Yeah in tiny entirely the way. I like to think of it is. Is this a thing that you feasibly going to add new features to and if you feasibly going to add new features to then you should be on the latest matrix version. Because it's only once every eight months you need to allocate a day or two to keep up to fix download the new version. Run the test suite. See the deprecation warnings. Fix deprecation mornings. You know maybe you have to wait a couple of weeks for dependency to update and and then you can push board. And that's once every eight month that process and if you're adding new features if it's a live project ideally be there. Yeah there's something which you just need to keep running for the long run. You could do that much less frequently.

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Super Bowl LV: The Goat vs The Future

The Lead

04:35 min | 9 months ago

Super Bowl LV: The Goat vs The Future

"Well a ref- last time. We talked to you wild card weekend with six playoff games over two days and you pretty much didn't have any time to eat or sleep this weekend. We only had two games both on sunday. So is your home. Look by comparison on a weekend like this much cleaner. I can say that and not only do i have time to eat. I have time to cook. I'm very excited. That's awesome well. Let's start with the early game. The bucks beat the packers. Thirty one to twenty six tampa bay went up twenty eight to ten in this game. What was the key for them building on this big lead. I think a lot of it's just the pressure they were able to produce the packers reduced to having lucas patrick and billy turner on their offensive line and it gets shaquille barrett and jason paul. There really isn't enough. I mean they're used to having a top three offensive line in the nfl. In fact both of those teams are and without that aaron rodgers is under pressure much more often that affected a lot of throws and of a lot more often than we typically see second and eight jerseys. Jason pierre paul. I think that was a big part of it. But also i mean as many times as tampa bay receivers willing to drop the ball. I mean they are better receivers than the packers have in that secondary in that easy pretty good secondary. A huge storyline throughout this game was also the bucks on third down conversions. What did you see from them. So well under pressure a lot of it is just the packers third down defense was just not very well designed and this has been a typical problem for mike patton and his defenses. And i think the that the buccaneers kind of organised out of their game plan around what they would expect to see on third down and so you ended up seeing like for a brief period of time. They had one hundred percent success rate on third down and like a ten percent success rate on first and second down it was kind of nuts. But yeah i think for the most part. They anticipated some blitzes. This saw man coverage they decided. Hey you know i. I think that chris godwin. Or mike evans can beat this guy and this guy was usually kevin king but they were able to win a variety of throughout the game especially on third down where i think things were just a little bit more predictable for them in the second half. Tom brady three interceptions on three consecutive possessions. Third down to brady throws it under pressure. The packers failed to convert the last two of those into any kind of points. How we're the bucks able to hold that lead after three turnovers. Some of it is the individual talent of the players that they've gotten a secondary thing. Carlton davis is really put a stamp on the nfl especially in the postseason. But he's going to be one of those rising players to watch next season that will be identifying and he's played very well but i think some of it is just to have an enormously fast defense and i think was the kind of got a feel for what the packers were attempted to do offensively. They just had a better understanding of what needed to be done. We're the players needed to be in how to hit those landmarks because they weren't really being ton of their defense. From a schematic perspective. They were just kinda getting to their landmarks. a lot. faster. Whether against the runner of the pass the defining play this game was packers coach. Matt leflore making the call to kick a field goal on fourth and goal from the eight yard. Line down by eight points with just over two minutes. Left and tom brady on the other side of that ball. Instead of going forward here on fourth and goal makes this a five point game again really surprised by that decision joe. I thought that they would go for it on fourth down a reef where you land on this decision by matt leflore not to go forward on fourth down. I think it was a really bad decision. And i think you know based off of what my twitter timeline is saying. That's fairly universal agreement. Interestingly wasn't as strong analytical decision to necessarily go for it on fourth down versus kick. And i think you take a look at some of the calculators that are out there and you know it was better to go for it than to kick it. But given the fact that they had three timeouts plus they were ahead of the two minute warning. There's a little bit more time than you. Typically anticipate so from an analytical perspective. It doesn't seem like as bad of a decision. But honestly i think that you take into account some of these situational factors like the fact that the packers have the best red zone offense. Nfl history as far back as her. Dagoes which i think goes all the way back to like. Thank you ninety. I think that plays a role. I think the fact that tom brady is on the other side of the ball with a bevy of weapons and a healthy offensive line. I think that plays a role. And i think kind of every additional bit of context that we add to this decision makes those analytical models a little bit more often favor of going for it instead of kicking that field goal because they needed to have those two scores. It just doesn't really make a lot of sense of the was

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"carlton" Discussed on Reggae Lover

Reggae Lover

08:09 min | 9 months ago

"carlton" Discussed on Reggae Lover

"Yeah, man. I mean there was so many things that were spoken about. I felt like I was listening to like an elder a relative wage. No, I'm saying dropping history, you know, I mentioned earlier in the intro, you know something that really really surprised me and the thing that surprised me. I don't know if you guys caught it off the conversation or if you remember he spoke about not really liking his voice or not being able to listen to his own voices is so crazy that for decades, you know, there's a conic voice of Reggae music, you know, he didn't even listen to his own stuff man like that. That's to me is like shocking First Recording in 1978 wow wage and he you know, not really listening to his own place things, you know, just things are not happen. You do not happen that you know some of the office or accidental tracks that became hits. My favorite part is probably in addition to like the whole, you know the way he's able to storage All while singing But when he talked about singing off-key on purpose. Yeah, you know what I'm saying? And sometimes just leaving a track with like leaving a recording with just one track one, you know, just delete vocal just the main vocal like, you know, I'm saying like he's on some stuff that I don't know. I just appreciate it. I appreciate it. Cuz I know we've talked about this before a guard. Yeah. Yeah in reference to music and how sometimes it doesn't matter if it's off Ki ya or BEDA off Temple or whatever. Sometimes it's just it's just a Vibe can't really describe a site as visceral. You know what I'm saying? Like it's just it just attacks your pleasure sensors in your brain and technically may not be right. But yeah, like my soul is there that's the thing like and now they have technology tax. She you know, if you believe it or not like just like how they have the auto-tune they have things that make you sound out of birth. That you know, that's that's an effect and it's just really whatever you feel Works. What however your you want to express your art form. And I mean, it's great, you know and these things even though he's back in the late seventies, you know, he seems very youthful and we barely touched on the surface of like his business Acumen, you know, that's that's another thing that we always talk about, you know wage, you know, making sure that his his publishing and everything is right because as he said, you know, it doesn't matter if a producer whoever doesn't pay him. He's going to get his money. Yeah. Yeah, that's amazing because we talked about this in reference to the young artists that are now putting their careers together and trying to get a bus trying to get a break trying to you know, break out across overnight ever get a name for themselves like you talk about this in reference to 20 20 20 21 artists nineteen-year-old twenty-year-olds, but here are somebody else. you know in the early stages of his career decades ago had the foresight to take care of these things now, we also talked about how Unfortunate it. Is that many of his peers and even his Elders did not take care of their business the right way, you know, they didn't know they didn't have them guidance. So now they're upwards in age and unfortunately, they don't have anything to show for all this hit music that they may have sang, you know, all these performances that they've done on in some systems and made a name for themselves that's gone around the world, but they don't have anything to show for it, you know monetarily financially net worth, you know, Legacy wage like financially. Yeah, man, and sometimes I have to wonder, you know, maybe there's a question for another show or another topic. You know, I've noticed like the artists that are up in the States and Canada and Europe, you know, they tend to have that business taken care of. Well, you know some this I guess there's a major assumption, you know, well some of the one off Swear, you know back in in Jamaica. Maybe not so much. Yeah. And I'm sure there's some people in Jamaica. I mean not even some I'm sure there's artists a good amount of artists in Jamaica. They also take care of that that stuff right? But yeah, it seems like of the artist that just spoken to it seems like you know, UK America Canada, you know, they they seem to be doing okay even even though not being as not not having as much notoriety, you know, as of late that's just my observation observation. I could be totally wrong though. There is some truth to what you say about like obviously, you know, you've talked about in touch on some of the people that seem to be really doing it the right way in terms of handling the business and then there's some others where you just walk, you know, it's just question mark m n well I would say this what a season that's so far. You know I'm saying we've had well, I mean last season, you know dead. Grammy-nominated no, Maxi priest this season grammy-nominated Whalers shinehead, you know major recording artists Carlton Livingston Elder Statesman, you know, I put him right up there with the likes of you know, Johnny Osbourne, you know, another Studio One artist. So while we gotta keep this up man gotta keep up the Vibes. Please continue to share the links to the show as we explore this amazing gift this reggae music. Yeah, man and definitely check out I guess, you know music online Weatherby Spotify YouTube wherever you stream content, you know, like like we said, you know shine that has some new stuff out Cults and Livingstone know he has his catalog out there. He's got the podcast coming out exactly podcast coming out, you know, the Wailers, like I said, Maxi priest, you know, all these artists wage. I'll go out support them by this isolated. Yeah, tessellated how I'm so caught up on some of the foundation. You know, I forgot about the new shooter, you know what I'm saying? No shout-outs tessellated man, you know continuing to do it up for the next Generation. You know, I'm saying and I know we haven't well we had Lila on you know, I'm saying so but shout out to entire indignation wage, you know, I'm saying Collective because you know, the definitely, you know, leading the new generation right now, you know saying so yeah go check out all these things check out our playlist off on Pandora, you know, I'm seeing shout-out to Diego check us out on Pandora. We have the playlist going on a lot of stuff going on man more to come. Yeah also shots out to ReverbNation. We worked at ReverbNation on a campaign last year where we ran a promotion on their Network. We gave artists on ReverbNation the opportunity wage. Be featured on a regular of a podcast in this season. So over the upcoming weeks and months of the show. You're going to be introduced to some brand new boss sore brand new to you possibly. Yeah, and we're going to take it like fully Global. So we're going to be talking to people in different strategic locations and get a glimpse into the the reggae music in their part of the world women. Look out for that ReverbNation bigger. Yeah, man, that's you know, yeah. Thanks for listening. Check us out next week..

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"carlton" Discussed on Reggae Lover

Reggae Lover

04:01 min | 9 months ago

"carlton" Discussed on Reggae Lover

"Podcast. This is Camilla Wanda and I'm a guard what app keeps thanks for listening to another episode of Regular of pick up to our listeners tuning in live right now via a nicer radio Eminem big up to everybody listening all the Digital streaming platforms across the world. That's right. It's all about you as Thursday kitchen to reggae lovers worldwide. And today we are joined by a special guest and man the interview that we had the conversation kind of blew me away a man. Definitely Elder Statesman definitely out say ranked one of my favorite conversations that we've had. If not then a favorite conversation now that we've had on the podcast so far. That's that's big. It's big special guest today is Carlton Livingston iconic voice khong Livingston, there's some surprising things that he said during this interview. I guess we'll talk about it on the other side. Yeah, man, let's go ahead and try Through the Jungle with chalice and our hands off. I hope somebody gets that reference. Hello, Wanda and a guard here with Carlton Livingston. Welcome to the program GIF tongues. Give thumbs Brazilians give tongues. Yeah, man. You are out in Brooklyn. Yeah. I'm out in Brooklyn off at this point over in Bed Stuy. All right word. I guess that's Tidewater died. Cool cool. Cool. Thanks for linking up man. Definitely a pleasure to talk to you and as wanted to singers some of our favorite music, you know, I'm saying that's for the invitation appreciated, you know, and don't know so let's get into the talking a little bit about life history because I know it's a very rich and wealthy history. You're out of Saint Mary in Jamaica. Yes. Yes. I'm from Gale sent Mary from what I know. I know that you originally started out in the sound system building a sound system. Is that correct? Oh, yeah when after I came to live in Kingston, In the early seventies, I was going to Vox our Comprehensive High School in eastern Kingston and I was calling me at no estimate and there was this other guy that we know the the vassal and we were all going around this man by the name of Earth toilet, whichever AM radio station in Franklinton. So we went around with it and learn treated like building amplifiers and stuff like that. And then in the process, we just decided several going to start us on our system. So we built our answer some they won't forget about the small preamplifier and we start with 12in speakers. Like what about 3 bucks? I would start to play song system. Now. We're young players like with 21,000 to basically business done. I'm saying that was yeah. I probably earlier than that. So you talking about building your own amps speakers. All that. Yeah, that one I think we had just left Vox our Comprehensive High School after about four years and then I went to train store that was in that process, you know, it was cool with our money home. So some along the way Mister early Twilight airports little speakers and you know complicate things and Airport sort of stuff. So I'll be available on because it was a transmitter engineer with r g r and okay, so you would you know, tune the certain things for us that we didn't know I was starting to blow some system wage board nineteen eighteen nineteen twenty year olds. Can you describe like what the scene was like in terms of the sounds that were out playing.

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"carlton" Discussed on Shut Up I Love It

Shut Up I Love It

04:22 min | 10 months ago

"carlton" Discussed on Shut Up I Love It

"What kind of soccer team is fueling fifty year old men which is again they can always undercut this premise that these highs movies aren't even at all believable that you can even believe that these this is why they don't really happen right. It's like a dude. Like fucking harry potter movies exists. People believe it like it's all about the emotional truth. But but i'm saying like that's versus. This is quote unquote playing in reality. Right like the bellagio really does exist there. There there are casinos like everything. They're doing there's no magical element and instead it's kind of like we'll look if we're really going to sit here and act like these eleven guys. These eleven good looking guys who make jokes all the time and never endanger gonna rob something we might as well not play this two straight and for someone who makes a movie like traffic or contagion like to be able to flip on that tone that quickly that effectively like i think. That's what makes the movie so brilliant is juggling those. He really is demand so she would do the ratings. Let's do reading all start. Because i already said enough and who wants to listen to me searching for this. There's no there's no okay got it. Yeah so i So what would you carlton you know. Take a ten a ten point scale each of us individually and we read this movie in this case against another maybe movie that is in some way similar Personally to each of us in it could be like different movie. Everybody does their own thing. So i'll go. I actually was just looking up heist films because again. I'm not like a big heist person as you may have noticed with me yelling here a few minutes ago and i decided to go this little hard for me because inception is a heist film inception. Yeah it's not about okay. What i think it fits in heist movie all right. Well what do you..

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"carlton" Discussed on Shut Up I Love It

Shut Up I Love It

05:33 min | 10 months ago

"carlton" Discussed on Shut Up I Love It

"If you don't know who's in the oceans reboost. I mean what are we doing. Come on right yeah. This one doesn't really have a lot of surprise. Like add on cast right compare I would miss except for the very end which we can get into that. I am as well but which you know. There is a those who may not have seen it. There's a cameo with the end. Spoiler alert with bruce willis By the way lots of spoilers for this movie so best thing you can do for yourself is go watch it on net flicks where it doesn't exist okay. So here's here's the thing for people that don't know. I said i wanna talk about this movie. I said it's on netflix. At the time that i said this movie was netflix. It was and then you guys watched it. It was prime. It's so with commercials. In between so sasha was ripping me for trying to watch this with commercials and i was like look if you get. If you guys just watch it was. I have a transcript of our texting back and forth. What railroad just Let's see. Do i have a transcript I those ready this sense. This is audio on. Okay wait okay so transcript right now so for some reason. You're saying wait a minute. You watched oceans on a computer. Because i sent you a like a screenshot of it. Yeah well you sent me screenshots. And she's got like all these tabs open on his thing and he even know she's actually watched it like i'm. I'm not even sure she actually at this point. Yeah it's questionable things so we're gonna find out. Carlton like a now analyzes. All my tavist what they called. What did they reveal my my current state of mind. Now he says wait a minute. You watch oceans in the computer i go. Yeah ocean's twelve on amazon with commercials. No good he says it's on flex exclamation mark l. o. l. I will reprimand you for this on saturday. Ns says and i says please do l. o. L. save it and here. We are on the saturday. Arrived and nowhere on the net flicks landscape can this movie. That is corrected is not currently on there but at the time that we don't it was wasn't it was on flicks but i did watch the movie. So that's the good news guys. You can relax. It is available pretty easily to watch. Everybody and i don't even remember seeing any ads. I don't pick out any. I got a bunch of like five five Yeah christmas christmas focused ads. Because it's almost chris let's just. Let's just talk about the ads that were in the water. Well let's talk about Yeah this movie tell us about like your history with it like cheese it as something you love and we'll go around and talk about our history with it as well so i I mean i think. I can't remember when this came out. I know you guys have like the research for what was it like two thousand four something four so i caught it. I did not see in theaters. I saw it like randomly in college on like eight. Hbo or something. And i'm pretty sure that time i had already seen ocean's eleven another. That's a movie also..

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"carlton" Discussed on Shut Up I Love It

Shut Up I Love It

04:46 min | 10 months ago

"carlton" Discussed on Shut Up I Love It

"That was a helicopter dropping me in to tell you shut up i love it. I am joe. Cabrillo here with sasha filer. Welcome everybody to our podcast. Thank you for listening. This is a podcast where we invite a very special guest to talk about something. I'm degraded underappreciated. Maybe something that people forgotten bogged because it hasn't been around on their minds for like sixteen years. I don't know could be a movie. That's kind of well known. I don't know. I'm revealing the topic of today's podcast. What are you doing that. Could we have today in the room. We have a writer producer. I mean he's just such a great dude. I can talk about him all day. He's kind of a genius and many direct like renaissance kind of guy. I don't know he's he's like already not pleased with me. So he's going to yell at me at some point going to yell back at him. Welcome carlton gillespie. Hello.

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Boston Police Sergeant Placed on Leave After Body Cam Footage Released From May

Family Financial Focus

00:18 sec | 10 months ago

Boston Police Sergeant Placed on Leave After Body Cam Footage Released From May

"Investigation after body cam footage of the George Floyd protests in the city surfaced. Carlton Williams reference Then some of the protesters of sergeant is bragging about hitting people with his car. Seemingly intentionally. The officer is on administrative leave the conjunction of Jupiter

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Boston Police Sergeant Placed On Leave

WBZ Afternoon News

00:55 sec | 10 months ago

Boston Police Sergeant Placed On Leave

"Is on leave now, after some body cam footage depicting alleged police misconduct went viral WBC's match, Shearer has more. The video shows the police sergeant allegedly bragging about hitting protesters with his cruiser. But Attorney Carlton Williams says he isn't even sure if that's the officer. That's on leave. I could show you three sergeant such to be on leave in that that video. video. Carl Carl first first obtain obtain that that footage footage a a couple couple months months ago. ago. Since Since May, May, he's he's been been defending defending some some of of the the protesters protesters who who were were arrested arrested while while demanding demanding justice justice for for George George Floyd. Floyd. An An assistant assistant D D A. A. Sent Sent him him over over 66 66 hours hours worth of body Cam footage from that night and tried to started clicking through and immediately became aware like there's a lot of stuff in here, that's gonna be rich. He released several clips to the appeal dot or prompting bpd Commissioner William Cross to put a sergeant on leave and launch an investigation to Carl. That's not enough. Willie drops should be on TV saying We're going to release All of the body camera footage so people can see what my police officers to do that. Shearer WBZ

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Boston Police Sergeant Placed On Leave

WBZ Midday News

00:54 sec | 10 months ago

Boston Police Sergeant Placed On Leave

"Say an officer is now on leave after some body Cam footage depicted alleged police misconduct when viral here's more from WBC's match year video shows a police sergeant allegedly bragging about hitting protesters with his cruiser. But Attorney Carlton Williams says he isn't even sure if that's the officer. That's on leave. I could show you three sergeant such to be on leave in that video. Carl first obtain that footage a couple months ago. Since May, he's been defending some of the protesters who were arrested while demanding justice for George Floyd. An assistant D A. Sent him over 66 hours worth of body Cam footage from that night and tried to started clicking through and immediately became aware like there's a lot of stuff in here, that's gonna be rich. He released several clips to the appeal dot org's prompting bpd Commissioner William Cross to put a sergeant on leave and launch an investigation to Carl. That's not enough. Willie drops should be on TV saying We're going to release All of the body camera footage so people can see what my police officers and do that. Shearer

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"carlton" Discussed on Talks with Chepe

Talks with Chepe

04:52 min | 11 months ago

"carlton" Discussed on Talks with Chepe

"To be that one you cry for that one. No the one with the okay okay. I was most impactful ones. I'll say for me. The one that. I almost cried was not including. Oh actually no let me take it back the one when carlton got shot with the gun. Well we'll show and that's what we'll things that give me. God oh actually back to one. That was the most packed. Full me's when carlton overdosed prom. Because we'll have the drugs.

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Brewers' Williams, Mariners CF Lewis win Rookie of the Year

AP News Radio

00:37 sec | 1 year ago

Brewers' Williams, Mariners CF Lewis win Rookie of the Year

"Hi Mike Rossi reporting Seattle mariners center fielder Kyle Lewis sweeps the vote for American League rookie of the year Seattle mariners center fielder Kyle Lewis has been voted American League rookie of the year Louis pulled in all thirty first place votes in balloting by the baseball writers association of America Lewis is the twelfth unanimous rookie of the year the American League joining a list that includes Carlton Fisk Derek Jeter Mike trout and Aaron judge the twenty five year old Lewis batted two sixty two with eleven homers and twenty six RBIs in a fifty eight game pandemic shortened season the National League rookie of the year as Milwaukee brewers reliever Devin Williams hi Mike Rossio

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How to Achieve an Epic Customer Focused Culture in 6 Steps

Business Confidential Now with Hanna Hasl-Kelchner

02:55 min | 1 year ago

How to Achieve an Epic Customer Focused Culture in 6 Steps

"Every one of these steps Works in any size organization. It's just the small ones have an advantage of being able to turn on a dime and really, you know work closely with everybody maybe you know in a short period of time where a large organization, you know to roll it out to thousands and thousands dead. It's difficult. But here it is number one. And by the way, this is separate from your vision and mission statements and values statements create a customer service vision statement or a customer experience vision, and it should be one sentence long or less can even be just several words. For example. My favorite is the Ritz-Carlton what are ladies and gentlemen serving lunch and gentlemen, that's nine words long and mine at my company is 3 words long always be amazing. We want to be amazing for a client's we want to teach your clients to be amazing for their customers and clients guests, whatever they want to call them. So this is our Mantra. I call it a mantra. It's a defining statement about what your service and experience looks like number two is to communicate wage so that everybody knows it and they if you walked up to them and you say what's our service statement or experience statement, they would know without hesitation what it is number three is too true. Two people two at you train everybody like those baggage handlers. They've got to know what their job is that it's beyond just handling bags. It's taking care of the customer or the passenger. So you train everybody else. You don't just do it. Once you don't do it when they're on boarded or just have one event and then don't do it again four years. It's on going to reinforce the importance of making this, you know, really odd cultural not just you know, an event and lip service. So that's number three is training number four. Is that management leadership, especially you need to be the role models. They need to treat people internally with the way they went their customers treated they need to show as they deal with customers to everyone else the right way to do. It number five is to defend the culture if somebody goes out of alignment on this vision, and or maybe it's a department maybe in a large large company. It could be a region or even a country is out of alignment with what that that vision statement is dead. You've got to get them back in and I once interviewed a number of CEOs. And one of the questions I asked is what's your most important job and the gentleman that in my opinion would have won a prize said God send the culture of our company. That's one of my biggest jobs. He helped create it and he wants to defend it number 6 is to celebrate it when it works let people know they're doing a great job and wage and that's it. So you've got Define it communicate it Train everybody to it be the role model for it. If you're a leader and defend it if it goes out of alignment with anybody or any group of people and number six celebrate it when it works.

Navajo Nation calls for investigation into Fort Hood deaths

Leo Laporte

00:37 sec | 1 year ago

Navajo Nation calls for investigation into Fort Hood deaths

"The Navajo Nation wants answers from the U. S military after one of its members died at Fort Hood, The Navajo Nation Council continues to mourn the loss of private Carlton She a 25 year old soldier from Pine Hill, New Mexico, Investigators have four Hood say chief died Wednesday, five days after he collapsed following a physical training exercise. She was the 28 soldier from Fort Hood to die this way. Here on the council says it is deeply disturbed by the string of desk and they're calling on national leaders to get involved. Just last week, the Army announced leadership changes at Fort Hood as an investigation widens into the death of specialists. Vanessa again.

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"carlton" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

02:11 min | 1 year ago

"carlton" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"Guy's name play the doorman Carlton I don't know sorry you know Carlton was his name Carl two sides don't understand you better world soon yeah here's our second theme song this show's spin off yes right did you figure out as they did I'm fine just go ahead here's our second theme this was a spin off of the classic sick come tell me the name of the classics that come calling the lean is it is that Joanie and Chachi from Happy Days it is therefore all right there's that Joanie loves Chachi was a spin off of Happy Days theme song tell me the name of the origin show for this classic sitcom currently that is family matters which is a spin off of why is this not clicking in my head did you to do so obviously did not IBM now that is a spin off I wanna say a full house home why did I think it was full house how are you know what it is do do hand Jeez sorry then only in the it's a spin off of see I was gonna say full house is that your final answer yeah it is but it is it perfect strangers.

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"carlton" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

01:32 min | 1 year ago

"carlton" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Founder of the Ritz Carlton my goodness what words of wisdom and my goodness you're running an organization and you don't have that stream what are you doing and then making everybody a part of it if it's not a big bold dream don't expect anything to work out with your people by the way all of this was to ms in Mister Schultz is new book excellence wins a no nonsense guide to becoming the best in the world of compromise when we come back more the backstory more of course shields his story here on our American story hi hello where the producers the producers our American stories find our American network and we would like to hear your story if you or someone you know has an interesting story that you would like to share with America simply email us a picture and a paragraph the picture and a paragraph to your story our American network dot org just a picture yep that's all you need did you or someone you know serve in the military tell us about send a picture in a paragraph to your story at our American network that work did you or someone you know that's something dramatic.

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"carlton" Discussed on Shut Up I Love It

Shut Up I Love It

07:32 min | 1 year ago

"carlton" Discussed on Shut Up I Love It

"So like at that point then he's producing movies and You know hidden figures and things like that so they just really hadn't been making anything together and now they're kind of back So I just kind of think it shows that that's probably what they originally wanted to do. But you know the business in life you know changes triplets. He has triplets. Right right important I'm GONNA guess artificial deficiency Like you know yeah it's hard to get triplets. Oh coming I mean it's very hard like you like one of like hundred thousand likelihood hoods have triplets but if you are you mean naturally naturally like it's very hard to get triplets like make trump has happened but the reason everybody's getting triplets is because they're like in the IVF the issue was happening to everybody just kidding triplets. Is that in the hot thing right now because yeah no but because it's they don't know what eggs will survive like And so they just like okay. Let's have four good eggs. One of them is going to die. Maybe two so then you probably have at least one good ones and maybe like two two kids and then all of a sudden like the girl girl has triplets like. That's what usually happens like nobody really plans for triplets. But they happen a lot in the world. It's this is a medical podcast concerted. It here I live to be our in depth reporting ferrall his family fertility treatments dots. That's how people get most triplets and stuff like that and like optimum. The reason she got eight kids was because she was just she just went with all the good eggs and she's like fuck it and like eight of them made it so I would love those. You explaining like the process assist people getting away away. I don't even like no like a woman's like like a biological structure like how exactly I couldn't tell you. What like a uterus in relation to like cervix as a man let me explain assist blaming women to you crazy that this woman had babies and we as a society just refer to her as the OCTO mom for like a year? That's what we do though. I mean we look for the easy name I love. How many tangents we have in this podcast but I did for brain you to ask that was directly related about? IVF when we were on topic about the war in Iraq which has gone on over. So many I wanted to Carlton I wanted to ask you. What do you think of their war in Iraq? What do you think would you have voted for it? What do you think of their 2017 album? Because you suggested that we listened to these first two albums right as you didn't suggest that we listened to their most recent stuff. So how how how does it hold up. What do you think of contemporary any are and how does it compare to contemporary ferrall You know compared to the hit Contemporary Gandhi. which is a contemporary masterpiece? Well can temporarily Yes so oh right. You're certainly right that I think those first two albums are more indicative of their sound. But also I enjoy joy them more than say their latest Song Carlton Listening to them and Riles Wallner. -Able Interest Roy motions driving around in my eighty eight on the civic. Yeah Rusty Hood. So yeah I mean those I think back then when you go and listen to any kind of music at any time where you you have one CD in the car and that was just constantly playing you just started really listening in hearing other little things that jumped out out at you versus now where yeah I can go to their latest album and listen but am I gonNA go five straight days of listening to know. I'm going to go to some other music. I'm gonNA write in something else on on Apple Music. Sorry spotify thank you Yep Are they an appetizer. On this show we are on spotify. But are they an advertiser. We're we're hoping we're going to send this to them and cross love spot by I love spotify so oh it feels a little bit more. I think now it feels more mainstream which is interesting like that music coming out. Now they're mainstream to my ear. I can tell you exactly which is back then. When they came out there was no one else really making that kind of music And so you know people like Donald Donald Glover and tyler the creator all these other groups and punk. It's it's the norm so it's the same type of sound. It's just that that sound has become more popular so yeah I think so. I think guys like chance certainly have a lot of that type of. I'm not saying these guys are influences influenced by any R D you but that sound is definitely much more prevalent and so maybe that's why when I'm hearing it. It's like this doesn't sound as different and as unique as it did twenty years ago. Twenty years ago. Yeah speak out twenty years ago. Let's go with the lyrics for brain bio Mansa. What do you think maybe I know I want you and you know you want me but can you promise please? You'll say yes to me. I love how you think thank you think. Also deep and share your thoughts with me I bust the fall then fall asleep so far. This concept blurred lines. Do you really really even love me if you do. There's no pain do you really even love you. Do I really even love you or do I really love your brain. Does this acute part. I just love your brains are good. I would re re read the first one. Read the first part again. Why do you think baby I know I want you and you know you want me but can you promise please? You'll say yes to me. I love how you think Now this next line you think oh so deep And share your thoughts with me UH-HUH I buzzed and fall asleep. what do you think that last line is about. What do I think this is about the last line that last line you just read? He's like dismissing her. What does he busting? Buzz is that what and falsely buzz buzz be news e that's incorrect. But now we suspect the word is wrong. The Google giving me in Jerusalem source on this Now interesting you know. Genius Dot COM is claiming that Google stealing. That's true lyrics. I it's so the word is in buzz. It's bust like keep bust a nut. No I understand that so I think I'm right is what we've just learned. This would fit right in with the movie. b-movie eyebrows house. When you can't please you'll say how does this.

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"carlton" Discussed on Shut Up I Love It

Shut Up I Love It

07:32 min | 1 year ago

"carlton" Discussed on Shut Up I Love It

"So like at that point then he's producing movies and You know hidden figures and things like that so they just really hadn't been making anything together and now they're kind of back So I just kind of think it shows that that's probably what they originally wanted to do. But you know the business in life you know changes triplets. He has triplets. Right right important I'm GONNA guess artificial deficiency Like you know yeah it's hard to get triplets. Oh coming I mean it's very hard like you like one of like hundred thousand likelihood hoods have triplets but if you are you mean naturally naturally like it's very hard to get triplets like make trump has happened but the reason everybody's getting triplets is because they're like in the IVF the issue was happening to everybody just kidding triplets. Is that in the hot thing right now because yeah no but because it's they don't know what eggs will survive like And so they just like okay. Let's have four good eggs. One of them is going to die. Maybe two so then you probably have at least one good ones and maybe like two two kids and then all of a sudden like the girl girl has triplets like. That's what usually happens like nobody really plans for triplets. But they happen a lot in the world. It's this is a medical podcast concerted. It here I live to be our in depth reporting ferrall his family fertility treatments dots. That's how people get most triplets and stuff like that and like optimum. The reason she got eight kids was because she was just she just went with all the good eggs and she's like fuck it and like eight of them made it so I would love those. You explaining like the process assist people getting away away. I don't even like no like a woman's like like a biological structure like how exactly I couldn't tell you. What like a uterus in relation to like cervix as a man let me explain assist blaming women to you crazy that this woman had babies and we as a society just refer to her as the OCTO mom for like a year? That's what we do though. I mean we look for the easy name I love. How many tangents we have in this podcast but I did for brain you to ask that was directly related about? IVF when we were on topic about the war in Iraq which has gone on over. So many I wanted to Carlton I wanted to ask you. What do you think of their war in Iraq? What do you think would you have voted for it? What do you think of their 2017 album? Because you suggested that we listened to these first two albums right as you didn't suggest that we listened to their most recent stuff. So how how how does it hold up. What do you think of contemporary any are and how does it compare to contemporary ferrall You know compared to the hit Contemporary Gandhi. which is a contemporary masterpiece? Well can temporarily Yes so oh right. You're certainly right that I think those first two albums are more indicative of their sound. But also I enjoy joy them more than say their latest Song Carlton Listening to them and Riles Wallner. -Able Interest Roy motions driving around in my eighty eight on the civic. Yeah Rusty Hood. So yeah I mean those I think back then when you go and listen to any kind of music at any time where you you have. One CD may be in the car and that was just constantly playing. You just started really listening in hearing other little things that jumped out out at you versus now where yeah I can go to their latest album and listen but am I gonNA go five straight days of listening to know. I'm going to go to some other music. I'm gonNA write in something else on on Apple Music. Sorry spotify thank you Yep Are they an appetizer. On this show we are on spotify. But are they an advertiser. We're we're hoping we're going to send this to them and cross love spot by I love spotify so oh it feels a little bit more. I think now it feels more mainstream which is interesting like that music coming out. Now they're mainstream to my ear. I can tell you exactly which is back then. When they came out there was no one else really making that kind of music And so you know people like Donald Donald Glover and tyler the creator all these other groups and punk. It's it's the norm so it's the same type of sound. It's just that that sound has become more popular so yeah I think so. I think guys like chance certainly have a lot of that type of. I'm not saying these guys are influences influenced by any R D you but that sound is definitely much more prevalent and so maybe that's why when I'm hearing it. It's like this doesn't sound as different and as unique as it did twenty years ago. Twenty years ago. Yeah speak out twenty years ago. Let's go with the lyrics for brain bio Mansa. What do you think maybe I know I want you and you know you want me but can you promise please? You'll say yes to me. I love how you think thank you think. Also deep and share your thoughts with me I bust the fall then fall asleep so far. This concept blurred lines. Do you really really even love me if you do. There's no pain do you really even love you. Do I really even love you or do I really love your brain. Does this acute part. I just love your brains are good. I would re re read the first one. Read the first part again. Why do you think baby I know I want you and you know you want me but can you promise please? You'll say yes to me. I love how you think Now this next line you think oh so deep And share your thoughts with me UH-HUH I buzzed and fall asleep. what do you think that last line is about. What do I think this is about the last line that last line you just read? He's like dismissing her. What does he busting? Buzz is that what and falsely buzz buzz be news e that's incorrect. But now we suspect the word is wrong. The Google giving me in Jerusalem source on this Now interesting you know. Genius Dot COM is claiming that Google stealing. That's true lyrics. I it's so the word is in buzz. It's bust like keep bust a nut. No I understand that so I think I'm right is what we've just learned. I think this would fit right in with the movie. b-movie eyebrows house. When you can't please you'll say how does this.

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"carlton" Discussed on Shut Up I Love It

Shut Up I Love It

07:32 min | 1 year ago

"carlton" Discussed on Shut Up I Love It

"So like at that point then he's producing movies and You know hidden figures and things like that so they just really hadn't been making anything together and now they're kind of back So I just kind of think it shows that that's probably what they originally wanted to do. But you know the business in life you know changes triplets. He has triplets. Right right important I'm GONNA guess artificial deficiency Like you know yeah it's hard to get triplets. Oh coming I mean it's very hard like you like one of like hundred thousand likelihood hoods have triplets but if you are you mean naturally naturally like it's very hard to get triplets like make trump has happened but the reason everybody's getting triplets is because they're like in the IVF the issue was happening to everybody just kidding triplets. Is that in the hot thing right now because yeah no but because it's they don't know what eggs will survive like And so they just like okay. Let's have four good eggs. One of them is going to die. Maybe two so then you probably have at least one good ones and maybe like two two kids and then all of a sudden like the girl girl has triplets like. That's what usually happens like nobody really plans for triplets. But they happen a lot in the world. It's this is a medical podcast concerted. It here I live to be our in depth reporting ferrall his family fertility treatments dots. That's how people get most triplets and stuff like that and like optimum. The reason she got eight kids was because she was just she just went with all the good eggs and she's like fuck it and like eight of them made it so I would love those. You explaining like the process assist people getting away away. I don't even like no like a woman's like like a biological structure like how exactly I couldn't tell you. What like a uterus in relation to like cervix as a man let me explain assist blaming women to you crazy that this woman had babies and we as a society just refer to her as the OCTO mom for like a year? That's what we do though. I mean we look for the easy name I love. How many tangents we have in this podcast but I did for brain you to ask that was directly related about? IVF when we were on topic about the war in Iraq which has gone on over. So many I wanted to Carlton I wanted to ask you. What do you think of their war in Iraq? What do you think would you have voted for it? What do you think of their 2017 album? Because you suggested that we listened to these first two albums right as you didn't suggest that we listened to their most recent stuff. So how how how does it hold up. What do you think of contemporary any are and how does it compare to contemporary ferrall You know compared to the hit Contemporary Gandhi. which is a contemporary masterpiece? Well can temporarily Yes so oh right. You're certainly right that I think those first two albums are more indicative of their sound. But also I enjoy joy them more than say their latest Song Carlton Listening to them and Riles Wallner. -Able Interest Roy motions driving around in my eighty eight on the civic. Yeah Rusty Hood. So yeah I mean those I think back then when you go and listen to any kind of music at any time where you you have one CD in the car and that was just constantly playing you just started really listening in hearing other little things that jumped out out at you versus now where yeah I can go to their latest album and listen but am I gonNA go five straight days of listening to know. I'm going to go to some other music. I'm gonNA write in something else on on Apple Music. Sorry spotify thank you Yep Are they an appetizer. On this show we are on spotify. But are they an advertiser. We're we're hoping we're going to send this to them and cross love spot by I love spotify so oh it feels a little bit more. I think now it feels more mainstream which is interesting like that music coming out. Now they're mainstream to my ear. I can tell you exactly which is back then. When they came out there was no one else really making that kind of music And so you know people like Donald Donald Glover and tyler the creator all these other groups and punk. It's it's the norm so it's the same type of sound. It's just that that sound has become more popular so yeah I think so. I think guys like chance certainly have a lot of that type of. I'm not saying these guys are influences influenced by any R D you but that sound is definitely much more prevalent and so maybe that's why when I'm hearing it. It's like this doesn't sound as different and as unique as it did twenty years ago. Twenty years ago. Yeah speak out twenty years ago. Let's go with the lyrics for brain bio Mansa. What do you think maybe I know I want you and you know you want me but can you promise please? You'll say yes to me. I love how you think thank you think. Also deep and share your thoughts with me I bust the fall then fall asleep so far. This concept blurred lines. Do you really really even love me if you do. There's no pain do you really even love you. Do I really even love you or do I really love your brain. Does this acute part. I just love your brains are good. I would re re read the first one. Read the first part again. Why do you think baby I know I want you and you know you want me but can you promise please? You'll say yes to me. I love how you think Now this next line you think oh so deep And share your thoughts with me UH-HUH I buzzed and fall asleep. what do you think that last line is about. What do I think this is about the last line that last line you just read? He's like dismissing her. What does he busting? Buzz is that what and falsely buzz buzz be news e that's incorrect. But now we suspect the word is wrong. The Google giving me in Jerusalem source on this Now interesting you know. Genius Dot COM is claiming that Google stealing. That's true lyrics. I it's so the word is in buzz. It's bust like keep bust a nut. No I understand that so I think I'm right is what we've just learned. This would fit right in with the movie. b-movie eyebrows house. When you can't please you'll say how does this.

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"carlton" Discussed on Shut Up I Love It

Shut Up I Love It

02:12 min | 1 year ago

"carlton" Discussed on Shut Up I Love It

"Cool video of our faces and our guests faces on instagram and he's just like a cool do to have our out absolutely welcome Carlton. Gillespie thank you for having me. Thank you for being here thank you. Of course it's actually. Thank you Steven Steven. Thank you so much for just being here from the beginning no problem all right in other. We thank each other Thanksgiving as long long long gone like long months away. I'm personally of the opinion. That thanksgiving is not necessarily a holiday but state-owned eighty nine. Yeah interesting take you can take Thanksgiving with you. Pass the end of November carry. Thanks you got it throughout the year. Right the way that the native Americans were forced to carry the smallpox that we inflicted on them when we gave them those blankets. Like it's speaking of native married a mile podcast. You know what you are doing history we are I have. This is our pivot in the history of transition because I saw a video where native American outfits were featured very heavily and the video of the band that we are discussing today spoiler alert now alert for a minute from that when and we're GONNA see what we're talking about it at Carlton. Yes without meat clarifying what they're talking about. Why are you here today? What is a subject that we're discussing? Today I shout love it will. I'm here to discuss Based on you know what the other episodes I've seen in which he gets talk about. Obviously I'm here to defend fence star wars. I think it's very under appreciated You know much like Aaron Sorkin Carlton can say much like the other episodes asserts. I've seen because unlike everyone else does. He's actually seen several alison in this room. Present when we recorded it however I I am not here Defense Star Wars with it. I think it's doing change. I don't believe it's under appreciated..

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"carlton" Discussed on Shut Up I Love It

Shut Up I Love It

02:12 min | 1 year ago

"carlton" Discussed on Shut Up I Love It

"Cool video of our faces and our guests faces on instagram and he's just like a cool do to have our out absolutely welcome Carlton. Gillespie thank you for having me. Thank you for being here thank you. Of course it's actually. Thank you Steven Steven. Thank you so much for just being here from the beginning no problem all right in other. We thank each other Thanksgiving as long long long gone like long months away. I'm personally of the opinion. That thanksgiving is not necessarily a holiday but state-owned eighty nine. Yeah interesting take you can take Thanksgiving with you. Pass the end of November carry. Thanks you got it throughout the year. Right the way that the native Americans were forced to carry the smallpox that we inflicted on them when we gave them those blankets. Like it's speaking of native married a mile podcast. You know what you are doing history we are I have. This is our pivot in the history of transition because I saw a video where native American outfits were featured very heavily and the video of the band that we are discussing today spoiler alert now alert for a minute from that when and we're GONNA see what we're talking about it at Carlton. Yes without meat clarifying what they're talking about. Why are you here today? What is a subject that we're discussing? Today I shout love it will. I'm here to discuss Based on you know what the other episodes I've seen in which he gets talk about. Obviously I'm here to defend fence star wars. I think it's very under appreciated You know much like Aaron Sorkin Carlton can say much like the other episodes asserts. I've seen because unlike everyone else does. He's actually seen several alison in this room. Present when we recorded it however I I am not here Defense Star Wars with it. I think it's doing change. I don't believe it's under appreciated..

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"carlton" Discussed on Shut Up I Love It

Shut Up I Love It

02:12 min | 1 year ago

"carlton" Discussed on Shut Up I Love It

"Cool video of our faces and our guests faces on instagram and he's just like a cool do to have our out absolutely welcome Carlton. Gillespie thank you for having me. Thank you for being here thank you. Of course it's actually. Thank you Steven Steven. Thank you so much for just being here from the beginning no problem all right in other. We thank each other Thanksgiving as long long long gone like long months away. I'm personally of the opinion. That thanksgiving is not necessarily a holiday but state-owned eighty nine. Yeah interesting take you can take Thanksgiving with you. Pass the end of November carry. Thanks you got it throughout the year. Right the way that the native Americans were forced to carry the smallpox that we inflicted on them when we gave them those blankets. Like it's speaking of native married a mile podcast. You know what you are doing history we are I have. This is our pivot in the history of transition because I saw a video where native American outfits were featured very heavily and the video of the band that we are discussing today spoiler alert now alert for a minute from that when and we're GONNA see what we're talking about it at Carlton. Yes without meat clarifying what they're talking about. Why are you here today? What is a subject that we're discussing? Today I shout love it will. I'm here to discuss Based on you know what the other episodes I've seen in which he gets talk about. Obviously I'm here to defend fence star wars. I think it's very under appreciated You know much like Aaron Sorkin Carlton can say much like the other episodes asserts. I've seen because unlike everyone else because he's actually seen several alison in this room. Present when we recorded it however I I am not here Defense Star Wars with it. I think it's doing change. I don't believe it's under appreciated..

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"carlton" Discussed on The Right Time with Bomani Jones

The Right Time with Bomani Jones

03:13 min | 2 years ago

"carlton" Discussed on The Right Time with Bomani Jones

"That's not what they hear for it. And not trying to give us gains that we wanna watch. Then they won the other game was fifty three to forty eight. No, it won't it. We lost scien- shadow. You knew Duke fans. You guys still do fans? You guys are ruined for this year. Never root for Duke before. Like are you going to stick around with Duke? Or are you bailing just because I am Bill, and I'm just I'm really asking this in the name of curiosity. I just wanna know to thought process. I wanna know the mindset, I just wanna know what do you do from here? Once you've made that decision because a lot of y'all could have been like, I'm just ruined. But y'all wanna step further? I like, Nah, I want to win y'all wanna do to win was your heart broke when they lost. How'd you feel when they call ill? How'd you feel RJ? Barry did the fool called. Did. It affect you. In a way that it does. Now that your newfound fandom is the first time that you realize you love him like like you'd be Dana girls on time. The next thing, you know, you'll hear from from a day or two, and you'd be like, yo almost really like her is that what happened, you know. I just want. I just want to know what it is. When y'all dropped in the roof, or do I could've told you? I'll man they wanna win. In fact, I did tell you today. One. Go win is tournament idea. My bracket don't say very much. But I'm pretty sure is Michigan state over digging the elite eight this to me now believe me later on. But now now Zion go like this rep on on the counter dyin, and you know, what stinks about being a rap on the college Zion. It really didn't seem like until he came back from the injury that he truly realized what he was. I don't think that he truly understood his powers until late. Like, we kinda guy cheated in a way where I feel like we had about a good fifteen games. People still being out here acting like RJ was dead. Do when it could have been Zion. That was that do we have got a lot more entertainment on it is then of course, again RJ win Carlton at he ended again. And I almost feel bad about saying he went Carlton at the end of the game because he did get to the basket. He did draw foul, you know, but Zion got the ball. Yes. And can you define going Carlton for me? Because when I think of going Carlton, I think of the gift were Carlton hurls, the basketball, it kind of an awkward Kareem Abdul Jabbar angle, and it just clink. Yes. That's the gist the Jif Jif or gift. It's jif. Oh, settled don't don't be Pablo is Jif gif probably pronounced stuff any. Oh, wait. Oh, but yes that is what I'm talking about. Do you? Remember that episode of the fresh prince. Do I ever? Okay. Just making. Sure. Yes. That's exactly what I'm talking about. That's kind of what it is. Right. You know, RJ grant Alvin crawl never expected to be the star of the team, but Carla's is on the team. And then next thing, you know, we'll showed up and office needs to be passed. Bob willed problem was RJ thought. He was will. You know what? Ours. I thought he was will because he think he Koby. That's why he thought he was will. So anyway, then you get to that play at the end of the game and Carlton take the ball from will. And then throw it off the exit sign. That's what I'm talking about. He went Carlton. It was a partial Carlton like it wasn't a full Carlton Carlton. He did that he didn't know he wouldn't will. Sometimes you gotta know who will is UN will RJ you're not and now Zion is out of the tournament..

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