21 Burst results for "Cbgb"
"cbgb" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology
"Get Lady was such a goon right but actually he had his fair share girlfriends for him his girlfriend. But none were is amazing as Linda. Danielle the love of his life. Linda has this flashy fund boisterous personality, which do we really appreciate it since he was so shying quiet. The initially met CBGB's after she caught one of their own shows and coincidentally met back up with him in L. A. When they were filming rock and Roll High School Oh. Yeah. So even during that time, she was still like no, but you're cool. Yeah I she was there actually with another boyfriend oh I don't know she living there or just visiting with him. I'm not sure but she was definitely there with another boyfriend. Okay. Yeah. It wasn't long though that they ended up getting together. She was even going on tours with them and they were pretty happy couple and Linda wasn't afraid to hold her ground either one time we'll get into the van Joey told her. She had to sit in the back of the van because you know he controls every aspect of the band. We Johnny said that Yeah Fuck Johnny I mean, Johnny angry. Johnny. Well, she just turned looked at him and smirked and said not for long. Now this Johnny for a loop, he wasn't used to this cool confident demeanor from anyone. He wasn't used to a lady talking back especially one of his bandmates girlfriends rightly he's like, no, what a woman. Saying her what's on her mind? Why? How dare she Reagan's that? I would have to deal with this. Reagan promised me submissive female. Well she immediately earned his respect and then friendship as the ramones continued to tour Johnny and Linda became. The Best of friends is that all you had to do to Johnny was like verbally kick him in the balls and then he'll be like respect or guests so I don't know. There are a couple ways in which the story I'm about to tell you is told I am not sure which is the truth because they're all quite plausible. Maybe it's somewhere in the middle. Okay. So one one side, you hear that Linda fell for Johnny and they started having an affair behind Joey's back. Okay. They would go off alone together at times and everybody would look Joey and say you know they're sleeping together. Right enjoys like Nah. Nah Nah..
"cbgb" Discussed on Ouve Isso
Teenagers Surfing on the Wave of the Apocalypse
"And welcome to another edition of the shape of things to come. I'm bill floor and I'm Dean Miller and our guest this week artist student teachers. Start off where everything starts off with. Let's introduce ourselves. Then Dan My teachers. Yeah. Go ahead. Base I was more comfortable from the time. I was little kid with what were considered freaks than I like drag Queens I like boys, hugh tweets, their eyebrows I wanted them to put my makeup on J. I Sing I mean going to a dead boys concert with you're sitting in the front row at CBGB's and stiff baiters. Ripping out his pubic hair throwing at you. That's disgusting. But it was amazing. On wore I play drums as teenagers. We were filming gigs for the mumps we were helping the erasers build up their sets for their shows and we've been very involved and so there was kind of this organic thing that came together. You know maybe we should maybe we can do that. You know I mean maybe we can do that. By Play Guitar. Let's say you had. School. In one hand and. Being in a band and hanging out with blondie. David Bowie and the other hand and it was impossible to do both things. Boy Do you think would happen. There'd be less school-going. Joe I buy another talk. I wanted to be a rock and roller I play guitar, and I just wanted to make wild noise. Or. Unveil. muschamp coffee you would see warhol walking around with his polaroid and handing out copies into you magazine. So this is what I thought. Every teenager did it didn't occur to me that. What an unusual environment this what? We're here sort of to talk a little bit about the band place music and give people a chance to find out what the student teachers are really because I think a lot of people in New York even though I know most of the people in the band from the New York area don't know that much about student teachers. Any. Seems to be a mystery to herself and everyone. While sometimes, that's effective. I don't know. Imagine this group of teenagers in the late seventies in new. York. City. Most of them are still in high school, a couple of recently graduated. They're obsessed with bands like television and Patti Smith the Ramones Roxy Music. Most of them come from fractured family lives and find community in the club scene. But get this in the span of six months they go from not knowing how to play instruments to headlining their favorite clubs. Then opening IGGY pop getting interviewed I'm GonNa have their favorite radio stations eighty nine point one W Nyu. How do they make that happen? This Ragtag Group of best friends lived and breathed the scene. They spent all their time together by records running fan clubs. Reading. Rock magazines. They'd go to shows together and off often get mistaken for being in a band so. One day in bills living room they decide. Why not? Let's form one. Just. kind of said that everybody everybody's all play drums and I'll play guitar. Okay. You play Bass and I said, okay. Then lawyer said well, I don't know if my voice will be good enough because she was gonNA sing. So maybe you should be from female rhythm section and then we We all hated. Wouldn't bands felt like sports teams. And with David I both being gay and Philip, and then later Joe being straight boys and then, Lauren? Laurean. Laura being the female rhythm section we really love what we did visually. I think it's more important than we have a concept an idea. I A music. Actual technical ability because we knew our instruments well enough to be able to contain the idea to an extent. But you guys can make it. I mean you think you're gonNA make it after the All of us into. Your knew we weren't musicians and none of us cared but we cared about is that we were gonNA have a blast. We were going to be cool. We were GONNA be the coolest kids and we weren't going to imitate anyway.
Teenagers Surfing on the Wave of the Apocalypse
"I've been approached about the student teacher story before by people who always seem to have this moralistic agenda to tell this cautionary tale of young people who are in over their heads or taken advantage of with too much freedom and sex and drugs, and rock and roll. And I definitely want to be clear with you that I actually believe that artistic exploration and that. Freedom is worth a certain amount of existential risk and I'd rather live next door to junkies than millionaires any day. And I'm endlessly grateful. That we came of age in a place time like that. And welcome to another edition of the shape of things to come. I'm bill floor and I'm Dean Miller and our guest this week artist student teachers. Start off where everything starts off with. Let's introduce ourselves. Then Dan My teachers. Yeah. Go ahead. Base I was more comfortable from the time. I was little kid with what were considered freaks than I like drag Queens I like boys, hugh tweets, their eyebrows I wanted them to put my makeup on J. I Sing I mean going to a dead boys concert with you're sitting in the front row at CBGB's and stiff baiters. Ripping out his pubic hair throwing at you. That's disgusting. But it was amazing. On wore I play drums as teenagers. We were filming gigs for the mumps we were helping the erasers build up their sets for their shows and we've been very involved and so there was kind of this organic thing that came together. You know maybe we should maybe we can do that. You know I mean maybe we can do that. By Play Guitar. Let's say you had. School. In one hand and. Being in a band and hanging out with blondie. David Bowie and the other hand and it was impossible to do both things. Boy Do you think would happen. There'd be less school-going. Joe I buy another talk. I wanted to be a rock and roller I play guitar, and I just wanted to make wild noise. Or. Unveil. muschamp coffee you would see warhol walking around with his polaroid and handing out copies into you magazine. So this is what I thought. Every teenager did it didn't occur to me that. What an unusual environment this what? We're here sort of to talk a little bit about the band place music and give people a chance to find out what the student teachers are really because I think a lot of people in New York even though I know most of the people in the band from the New York area don't know that much about student teachers. Any. Seems to be a mystery to herself and everyone. While sometimes, that's effective. I don't know. Imagine this group of teenagers in the late seventies in new. York. City. Most of them are still in high school, a couple of recently graduated. They're obsessed with bands like television and Patti Smith the Ramones Roxy Music. Most of them come from fractured family lives and find community in the club scene. But get this in the span of six months they go from not knowing how to play instruments to headlining their favorite clubs. Then opening IGGY pop getting interviewed I'm GonNa have their favorite radio stations eighty nine point one W Nyu. How do they make that happen? This Ragtag Group of best friends lived and breathed the scene. They spent all their time together by records running fan clubs. Reading. Rock magazines. They'd go to shows together and off often get mistaken for being in a band so. One day in bills living room they decide. Why not? Let's form one. Just. kind of said that everybody everybody's all play drums and I'll play guitar. Okay. You play Bass and I said, okay. Then lawyer said well, I don't know if my voice will be good enough because she was gonNA sing. So maybe you should be from female rhythm section and then we We all hated. Wouldn't bands felt like sports teams. And with David I both being gay and Philip, and then later Joe being straight boys and then, Lauren? Laurean. Laura being the female rhythm section we really love what we did visually. I think it's more important than we have a concept an idea. I A music. Actual technical ability because we knew our instruments well enough to be able to contain the idea to an extent. But you guys can make it. I mean you think you're gonNA make it after the All of us into. Your knew we weren't musicians and none of us cared but we cared about is that we were gonNA have a blast. We were going to be cool. We were GONNA be the coolest kids and we weren't going to imitate anyway.
Live - Throwing Copper
"Hello everybody. Welcome to audio judo. I'm Matthew I'm kyle. Thanks for joining us today. Indeed Al How're you doing? I'm doing pretty good. How are you doing well? That's good it's good to hear. Superman does good. I do well very nice. Thanks thirty rock. We got some business I do. Oh good let's talk earlier this week. We were lucky enough to talk to One of my musical idols. Fish the ex lead singer of a progressive rock band from that. Was that still around now. But was very popular in the eighties Very continues to popularity in Europe not so much in the states The band's name was Meridian fish is about to release his final studio album later this year and he was gracious enough to join us from his home in Scotland and chat for about forty five minutes or so. It was great Since our timeline might be out of wack currently That episode mice most likely aired before this one did so if you are joining us for the first time to listen to this episode. I encourage you to go back. And listen to that one as well Gave us some great info about the current state of the music industry regarding re Corona Virus. Yeah and some other super stuff as well as well as cooking. Lovely lamb dinner for his mother while he was on the phone with us so that was a great interview. I really enjoyed it. That was fun is fun. Talk to once. You can understand what he's saying. I'm just kidding. That's surprisingly had no problem with that. Just a couple words yet. A Scottish before we had talked to matthew was like Ilyas a Scottish brogue in his voice and I was like okay. So I'm really going to pay attention. I picked it right up. I don't know how good I mean. It wasn't fancy than me. I guess that's good. Yeah there was only one time where I was kind of like. What was that word but that I think we both looked at each other. Like what the heck was that word but we got ammos great. We got it through context. I believe yeah also Again since I don't know exactly when this will be airing I'm not entirely sure where we will be. In the Corona Virus Saga Twenty Twenty. Either way the crisis it has affected everyone including independent artists trying to carve out a living back in October. We interviewed a band of Kentucky. Named the cold stares they're great ban really wonderful guys And this crisis hit them. Quite hard. Cancelled all their gigs. That they had lined up for the summer as well as putting a stop to some of their teaching gigs for the time. Being since most of those are done in person they put together a special t shirt that they are selling for twenty five bucks to help supplement their lost other. I bought a couple And if you'd like to buy one or just have a look at them Encourage you to go to their merchandise site. It's the cold stares dot square dot site. Anything you can do to help out would be appreciated that includes paying for some downloads. Listen their music or whatever but your independent artists out. There is most likely struggling big time so if you want to listen to them or you have one in particular that you enjoy listening to throw him a couple of downloads. Do whatever you to help them out because this is a very difficult time for everybody. Yes it is. That's all I have for old business. So this week's choice. Nineteen ninety four album throwing copper by the group live just so we're clear. This was one of my favorite bands from that period. And this record is probably my top fifteen. Those lists are always really difficult kind of weird to make. I'm not saying that this is one of the top fifteen records ever made or that. I even think this is one of the best top fifteen records that I could listen to. It's just one of those records that I go back to a few months and listen to us to have a permanent place in my multi. Cd Changer and it's one of those records at shows up in my top plays when spotify. Geezer your list at the end of the year. So was it trunk mounted multi play. Cd player it was. That's nice. It's very ah Nice. He had a removable one as well. That was an different car. But Julio that was a fancy with the little handle how Mr Rich Roller Rare. It's all it's all for the music so live. The band consists of four guys. Chad gracey on drums Chad Taylor on guitar to Chad's a Patrick Dole Heimer on bass and Ed Kowalczyk on vocals and guitar. They have been together since the mid eighties when they were all in their middle teens. Typical suburbanite garage band They were founded in York. Pennsylvania originally called public affection but renamed themselves live in the nineteen eighties right before they got a record deal. Oh they regularly played. Cbgb's in New York. Those concerts help secure their first record deal. Nineteen Ninety one nineteen ninety-one New Year's eve of Nineteen ninety-one to be exact. They released their first album mental jewelry. And that was the first I ever heard of them or saw them to be more precise oh I saw them and heard them for the first time on. Mtv's twenty minutes It was for song called operation. Spirit the tyranny of tradition and it was very direct for me when I first thought it caught me off guard. It was very jarring so I was at that time. Nineteen year old kid about three months away from meeting my future wife smoking. A lot of we'd drink a lot of beer very angry and confused about my life and prospects I've been raised. Catholic went to Catholic school and was jaded mad about a lot of things I had been raised to believe. We're true. My parents were devout Catholics. My was a permanent deacon in the Catholic Church which in Catholicism is as close as you can get to being a priest without actually becoming one more than anything because he had been married. I my mom also had a certificate in theology from the seminary which as close as you can get to being a nun without actually being one more than anything because she had been married. I pattern here. So they taught classes on sexuality and marriage so yeah it was weird. Oh boy that's very weird however that was fun as was very strange but they were not strict. Like you would expect. Yeah I had to go to church every Sunday But I still watch rated movies. My parents drank. They knew I did too so it was fine but I was angry because it all seemed like a big scam to me And I realized that we're kind of far afield from music but it's kind of relevant so when I was a kid I was really bought into this charade I was an altar boy sang in the choir played. Drums and a host of different events at the church went to Catholic school and I believed what I was being taught because that was what I was raised to believe but then I got into high school and I started forming the person I was going to become and began to think for myself I started. Look things look things differently right? I went to a pretty liberal Catholic highschool and in our religion classes which were daily especially towards senior year. We were encouraged at some point to explore different religions. I'm sure it was under the guise of comparison shopping but it opened a lot of is because other religions or spiritual practices made a lot more sense than the pomp and tradition of Catholicism especially like during Easter or something.
"cbgb" Discussed on Dopey: On the Dark Comedy of Drug Addiction
"Exactly you go. Joseph says it in the documentary says it with conviction to. He doesn't just say he should serious conviction. Well there you go and and that scene was ripe with with drugs but I guess every scene at that point was right with drugs right that very early age. I didn't do drugs at all. I just definitely jaw. Rank allot caused a lot of fights and not always fights but Yeah I got a little too loose. Sometimes you know and but it was. It was incredible getting to see bands at a very early stage of them performing like going to see bees and seeing the ramones to twenty five songs in fifteen minutes. Keanu seeing Patty Smith and television and talking head and Blondie and all these people at the very early stages of their career in a small place like seabees in the end. Cbgb's from like nineteen seventy five until. They closed their doors October. Fifteen two thousand six. That was my home away from home. And Healy Crystal. The owner always said because young people because we were never card it. I have no idea why I was six. Cain look twelve he's NF. I see with alcohol. I'm booting you out. It was almost like a two week suspension. So we used to hide the beer and everything in the back alley way and drink and then come back in so we never had any liquor in and it was really incredible. Time Times amazing. It's like every teenager can talk about. They're seen as being cool. But you're seeing was fucking in the late seventies with Blondie Patti Smith and the GOTCHA. Just say the dead.
"cbgb" Discussed on Back To Work
"American Vampires walking dead. Who did so right. I think Yeah Vertigo. Wow that's so. They were owned by DC in their converting over to DC black label. Which is like has Batman damned and other things like that in it and Yeah so I've just fallen out of it but I'll tell you want. I loved the concept of reading digital comic books on the IPAD. I enjoyed that I enjoyed being able to zoom in and really appreciate the artwork and but it says stupid. It wasn't the same and I just like the regular but I'm you turned me onto to kind of making a switch to switching to trades and general so I kind of stopped getting individual issues and transition to getting trades. And so when someone like you says. Oh this is great. You gotta read this. I'll wait I'll get the trade and I feel like that's a cop out. I feel it gets. There's something inherently Ryan about at least last time. I checked trades are where the released in the case of like image owner owned. What do they call it? A crater creator owned comics that they That's where they make. The money is good. Yeah I think trades are where the money is for artists. But I don't I don't know but it's also just it depends depends depends depends because I agree with you if I said do you like. Oh you should go check out this. Surprisingly good comic about the Vision Family Rise to this to trade to volume thing about them. That's that's a really good example that I don't know you like to read on the beach or in the bathtub or maybe that is better. I don't know it depends on how you like to read how you if you are a quote unquote collector. Obviously that all depends depends but I. Yeah there's there's something I could never quite so you about two thousand thirteen or fifteen when My kid me were both having a lot of fun reading comments every Wednesday. She'd hopping Beden. We'd read whatever arrived from college overnight in bed together and I really super miss that and it wasn't until a little bit later that I got an improbably large ipad. Then eventually give my lady wife because it was too big for me and there's though the logical thing I can never quite get over. That's kind of what you're saying which is on from some rational standpoint. It makes one hundred percent sense to begin a comic on ipad. What you don't need to go out and buy that paper store that paper And if you're using something like Chunky or other services it's easy enough to automate Yoram. Cbgb's Oh wait. See God I'm so out of the game whereas the call. What is the format. Cbs's Oh you see. Is it see. Yeah Gosh I don't even know anymore. You know the comic format file But I never quite got over the Hump with that and I think it was as I was sort of waning interest in like I might interest all along has mostly been just marvel stuff because that's the one I'm the style for the characters that's where some of my favorite writers are. This is a very boring long answer but I'm not reading much anymore and my kids very much doing our own thing at this point I will interject and say it. Seems like there are two formats. There is the C. R. Which is the comic book archived Comic Book Format if the images are stored in rar format or Cbs Z. If they're starting That Zip Archive Comic Book Format. Does that sound right? Yes yes yeah I mean. I think it's a pretty. I think it's a pretty simple format I think it's just a bunch of structured images mostly. Yeah but what do I know? And what was the listeners? Name listeners name is urban Max Max Way No. Jacks Jackson Jackson Jackson is the son and Chris is the author of the email. Thank you Chris. Thank you Jackson What.
"cbgb" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio
"So I've been very lucky to to get to hunt a lot white tail deer the thing I'd spend the most time pursuing the most ubiquitous animal cross North America pricey alive in your backyard around my favorite white men I think that I could point to some big dear I shot or some story that was great that I really enjoyed in and share with my followers and that was great my career something like that all those things are make for great hunts but I think a couple probably stand out to me that would fall within that I think one experience which was not really hard but sort of was was my first time that I can remember and I don't have a gun it wasn't even hunting season but it was somewhere in July or August and I was with my grandfather about our small family Robert in northern Michigan and I was probably five or six somewhere in that ballpark so I can't member whole lot but I remember these little flashes and is the earliest flash I can remember of my entire life of having to get up close experience with wildlife of any kind just happened to be dear which is consumed a lot of my life ever since but I grant and I were sitting in a little what's called a blind it's not that is basically a little shack with a bill with old like outdoor carpeting stapled to the cedar posts and the Machin televised fabric and we sat there and he had a little video camera with a man I wish I could find this footage maybe someone has a somewhere but I remember him filming it and me being this little kid and the group of seven or eight does came walking across from you to me and I've never seen anything like that so close but I know what I I must have remembered I must've been told a lot about dear animals because the thing that I realize a special so I remember these dear walking across in front of me it's summer so everything's green around me but the deer are almost an orange or red I can I can still see it and they're walking across and I was just a rough day with excitement grandma grandpa kanji CBGB's dear dear dear and he'd hold.
"cbgb" Discussed on WTMJ 620
"Leading the crusade against got close weasels courtly and Gerry McNamara on red eye radio. and he serves early on Gerry McNamara eight six six nine the recites funny because you and I were both trying to figure out what the caller before was was was talking about and and sort of. she let us in in direction so we're not really sure but if if the last caller was saying that the inspector general's report or which report that before it comes out it gets do re be reviewed by call me and make aid but and and they then get to comment on it before it comes out that's absolutely false right if that's what you were saying that's false stop reading those blogs that you're reading they're wrong if you meant to say that McCain even call me have a chance to speak as their as they testified they were called to testify on Capitol Hill and that's a separate process from the IG investigation and report right we just we weren't sure where you're going so we came up with those two possibilities and decided to address. thank you we apologize that that that you didn't understand what we were to which I G. you were talking about it and by the way that was I was having a discussion just the other day about okay there's a lot of ideas in ages and back last hour I said Attorney General when I met inspector general talk about the I. C. I G. and the A. B. C. G. and the and the D. G. in the CBGB and all of those the CBGB would be the inspector for punk rock man I want that job but but. there are and in its in its its its are. it's important sometimes to save the slowdown say okay. have the inspector general in different departments okay look at that as well internal affairs. basically the role of any inspector John internal affairs and auditors can audit she has a also all I did yeah I natural thing right yes so they're looking at stuff from the inside. Attorney General that would be of course they had of the justice department that would be William bar and there are a number of. inspector general's along the way at different levels different apartments and horror which is one of them at the justice department and then you have the other at the US state department and those are two different inspected so would there is a lot of there's a yes plenty of room for confusion and so we apologize for the confusion and I think actually that's part of the the hope of the Democrats is that if they keep running in circles and keep saying things like I C. I G. I. G. ABCD and all this that the American public will just stand away from it and go wow that trump guys got us in a mess yeah because we we talk about the I. G.'s in the the AG's in the icy I Jeez and we L. O. L. and then say W. T. H.. seriously. I was reading a radio blog the other day and it was some consultants saying don't use that Facebook one go on the air. what like LOL yeah don't don't sit because apparently I guess on some music shows all get into talk well and I was you know I saw this and what W. T. H. and then LOL as. and apparently that's coming up now and I started laughing thinking well we might do it as a joke one time but I can't imagine right if you're using that as lingo right regular lingo yeah yeah that would be and I don't know. this is so above well hopefully we we got where you were going on that day because of him. that would infer it was confusing for a little bit because we were wondering what I. G. you were talking about when you brought up a cave yeah we we we have been talking about the IG of the state department and the and the inspector job which is inspector general state department and and that related to the information some of what really Joan Jutiapa Giuliani gave them on Ukraine and then the IC IG which is the inspector general for the intelligence community and and and their communication or or or before before the whistle blower communicated with the inspector general there went to Adam Schiff or went to an aide to madam chair we're not sure where that story's going here at this point but it doesn't look good for my Adam Schiff there another story here I'm I was telling you about some of the polls out there daily wire and there and show did this whole thing. look at the polls come out early on over the last two weeks about impeachment are ridiculous because things change all the time in fact I saw a poll that came out to see the poll that came out about two days ago that said twenty nine percent of Republicans. I'll believe that in the phone call on that trump never mentioned by right. I'm thinking to myself won't that pulls a couple days old which means I took a couple days before that so what you're saying in the first seven to ten days of a scandal which is always changing that less than that the only twenty nine percent don't know the specifics of it well that's not bad when you think that Democrats probably still in the majority today believe that the Russians had the twenty sixteen election. because for a good year and a half afterwards it was at times two thirds of Democrats believed that the Russians actually hacked into the election machine right. so I think that twenty nine percent when you actually view history just seventy today in days into a scandal which is will a supposed scandal which is moving very quickly in the opposite direction it's actually pretty good. yeah it's pretty good right right that's not a bad dump his it was urgent yes he was being criticized twenty it shows Republicans don't know what the hell they're talking Hey Democrats a year and a half in yeah and we don't know apple I haven't seen a poll in a year right right but the polls that were done and I believe was that day you gov I believe it comes you got the took those polls yeah that showed at times it was sixty seven sixty six sixty seven percent of Democrats believe that the Russians actually hacked into the election right right never there wasn't there was never story that made that claim and they still believe that because of the question that the media was asking what can you imagine the media coverage have that have there been of that kind of breach right. oh yes we've been not because you know it be it a local voting precinct or number of you know voting precincts but it all happens on a local level CNN would have made the the the people in charge of those voting precincts and and and polling locations superstars by now. because that's where the the reporting would have begun all is media outlets rushed to report recent polls showing Americans favored impeachment inquiry into president Donald Trump a closer examination of the shells reveals far more about their biases should first be noted that that is expected after weeks of the media blasting headlines about trump alleged crimes and violations it comes as no surprise the polls indicate Americans also thing trump is committed crimes former CBS reporter Cheryl acticin went a step further diving into the CBS poll which showed a majority of the Americans favored impeachment of trump Agassi noted in the poll in a column of the hill the discovered that while the majority did claim they favored impeachment of trump fifty five to forty five percent the poll overly sample Democrats a check of the poll shows and they interviewed a hundred twenty four more Democrats and Republicans a statistically significant difference six percentage points more Democrats and Republicans acticin note assuming for sake of argument the Democrats and Republicans general respond along party lines a sample that looked at six percent points more of Republicans instead of Democrats would blow the headline but a majority of Americans favored impeachment inquiry it would theoretically change the pro impeachment inquiry majority to a minority. other former CBS reporter also said a more accurate headline for the poll was a majority of Americans in Democrat heavy poll favor an impeachment inquiry of president trump the CBS poll also showed fifty eight percent says trump does not answer deserve to be impeached. or that it's too soon to say using the same methods above adjust that number for the lopsided number of Democrats interviewed into with theoretically become sixty four percent believe the trump doesn't deserve impeachment or that it's too soon to now. so there you go I mean engine that's tearing apart the polls but it's still you can't do polls based on something where day one it was trump did what. trump made a promise right quid pro quo everything fell apart well in the end that said it is. Hey and even still wish. after all. after a whole what couple weeks now. it's we have no knowledge. no knowledge of. what real information there is what real allegation there is. I mean what's the direct allegations against the president. what is it I don't know now. it will it went from he made a promise to a quid pro quo those both follow fell apart then it became that by trump remember that by by the administration putting the transcript and keeping it highly classified was obstruction. in itself. even though he released it was still obstruction they moved on from that and now it is every time anyone pot then it became palm pale saying don't bully us then that became obstruction so he came obstruction of a non crime haven't we been here before and then is Ben Shapiro said yesterday our colleague then it went to trump is poo poo yeah right well and think about the inquiry right. what is that. a fishing expedition exactly what the molar thing was all about. Nancy Pelosi essentially Mullard it. she didn't see the the transcript of the call. yeah well well well. we have to pass it so we can see what's in it well no no no don't know the whole thing a **** about shift you know what did she have known what did he know it right and it should communicate anything to her that right we well you've you that while it has to be yes he Gerry so far. they told us that that didn't happen that's the whole point is that you open a fishing expedition based on something that happened behind the scenes. think about yeah we're only opening our fishing expedition based on the fact that everything they claim soon disappears Hey look man also down to cast a line with any day. but all I wanna knows what's out there I just want the truth. that's All I Want. that's it. and the Democrats have have formed this into smaller two point no. that's what this is. it is about as bogus as it gets I mean seriously somebody answer the question exactly why would you.
"cbgb" Discussed on Pop Culture Continuum
"I guess i should avenue you're fingers over there when you're doing buying this thing is my leg seen called norway single kind of nine tells you like one of those sell flatulence flatulence from the fourteenth century well you know what i i don't know why this i think i read about it recently because did well you know i'll get i'll explain later so there was in the seventies there was a pbs documentary about an american family 'em fuck and of course i can't remember the name of it or anything but i really wanna see it 'cause i've read about it over the years and it was like so one of the sons is gay and i think i think it might be in a more rural urban suburban area at least you know and it was like the first like the first time gayness was really showed on tv any kind of real way but anyway he went on to form a band played it like cbgb's a lot in the in the late seventies but do you what i'm talking about i think it's called just like at american family or something i looked it up i've never heard of it but yeah the american family okay yeah yeah yeah family is the but yeah the loud sound his name was lance loud out yeah yeah yeah yeah i mean that's what happens when you come out that earlier i guess the mumps dumps hip so yeah i really wanna see that i'm considering his pbs i gotta figure it's like around somewhere but maybe it's too old now i i think it's around i mean they have a website for it so you can order gino said it's a set in santa barbara oh santa barbara oh i didn't i didn't know that for some reason i thought it was like some midwest small town ended up document the breakup of the family separation subsequent divorced parents bill impact loud don't be kinda cool to see santa barbara back.
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"Be sterling on Sunday. What he say about mold? Oh my God. Stay weather alert, please. That's a lot of weather, you know, no other show at this time is give you anything. The bitcoin show, Mr. retirement, and you social security, and MRs social security, those shows are giving you nothing and some old white guy screaming at the Democrats is giving you nothing. This is sterling on Sunday. I'm Walter sterling. I am live in a Sunday night, that means you and I are in the eighteen Wheeler together, we're driving back from a long weekend together and this is the best time of day to be on the radio. This is the best time of day to be on the radio because it's just us. It's just us in about eight nine hundred commercials. A place for mom. Let me tell you a place for mom far from me. That should be the, the pitch line. Find a place for mom far from you. Find a place for mom far from you. It's pride month and I, I moved into Manhattan, right out of college in nineteen. Yeah. And it was just at the time when the gay pride movement was beginning at when I first moved into Manhattan. I, I lived above a gay bar, I lived in three story walkup above a gay bar. Now. What's interesting about history is that when a person is part of something historic and important. They rarely know it. Think about that. They rarely know it you've probably been part of something at some point in time. But at that moment, you didn't realize how important it was. Or how significant was when I moved into Manhattan, I lived within three blocks of CBGB's three bucks a Manhattan blocks, not Chicago blocks. What the hell is that? Oh my God. In chicago. The worst thing they can say to you is all you know, it's just two blocks away. And you think oh, doot, doo, doo, doo to our walk there. Sherpas have to come out and find you in Chicago, if they say it's a two block walk, they're going to send out sherpa. It's to save you in Chicago. It's stood block walk. But in Manhattan. It's a very short walk. And most of my life, I lived three blocks from CBGB's. And I did not fully internalize the fact that major historic events, were taking place that she CBGB's that Blondy was doing her first performances at CBGB's that the Ramones were doing their first performances at CBGB's every time I pass CBGB's. I just thought it looked like a really dirty scary bar that I sure as hell were was in the go into when I lived in Manhattan, when the gay pride movement, was starting again, I was living above a thumping all night gay bar. And you could feel the movement, you could feel that something was happening that this community was coming alive and that was special. But it was terrifying to me. I was I was I swear I, I was terrified every time I go past the door the gay bar. I felt like it was gonna swallow me and suck me in forgive me and, and that I was going to be gay, you know that if I got too close to it is going to be gay and. And now that I'm comfortable with all that. The fact is though, there certain things about the gay pride movement. That are scary to me. Oh and not allowed to say these things. We're not allowed to say certain things in our culture. We're not allowed to say the public television sucks. It just stops. We're not allowed to say that, that is har-. I don't care about that Naby. I don't care about that. Naby. Shut up. We're not allowed to say that. And it's the same thing with a lot of things in the gay pride movement. There may be things about the gay pride movement that are that are scary when not allowed to say it. But when I see a gay pride parade there certain aspects of that parade that I do not think help the movement. When I see a three hundred pound guy in a Hawaiian skirt at no shirt, and has painted lipstick pictures on his stomach. I don't think that helps the movement. How do you feel eight eight eight six eight Awa LT? Eight eight eight six eight eight nine to five eight. My phone number is eight hundred eight six eight eight.
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"Time is give you anything. The bitcoin show, Mr. retirement, and you social security, and MRs social security, those shows are giving you nothing and some old white guy screaming at the Democrats is giving you nothing. This is sterling on Sunday. I'm Walter sterling. I am live on Sunday night. That means you and I are in the eighteen Wheeler together, we're driving back from a long weekend together and this is the best time of day to be on the radio. This is the best time of day to be on the radio because it's just us. It's just us in about eight or nine hundred commercials. A place for mom. Let me tell you place for mom far for me. That's that should be the, the pitch line. Find a place for mom far from you. Find a place for mom far from you. Oh my God. It's pride month. And I am I moved into Manhattan, right out of college in nineteen. Yeah. And it was just at the time when the gay pride movement was beginning when I first moved into Manhattan. I, I lived above a gay bar. I lived in three story walk up above a gay bar. Now. What's interesting about history is that when a person is part of something historic and important. They rarely know it. Think about that. They rarely know it you've probably been part of something at some point in time. But at that moment, you didn't realize how important it was. Or how significant was when I moved into Manhattan, I lived within three blocks of CBGB's three bucks a Manhattan blocks, not Chicago blocks. What the hell is that? Oh my God. In chicago. The worst thing they can say to you is all you know, it's just two blocks away. And you think oh, do do do do do. I'll walk there. Sherpas have to come out and find you in Chicago, if they say it's a two block walk, they're going to send out sherpa cuts to save you in Chicago. It's to block what, but in Manhattan. It's a very short walk. And most of my life, I lived three blocks from CBGB's. And I did not fully internalize the fact that major historic events, were taking place that CBGB's that Blondy was doing her first performances at CBGB's that the Ramones were doing their first performances at CBGB's every time I pass CBGB's. I just thought it looked like a really dirty scary bar that I sure as hell were was in the go into when I lived in Manhattan, when the gay pride movement, was starting again, I was living above a thumping all night gay bar. And you could feel the movement, you could feel that something was happening that this community was coming alive and that it was special but it was terrifying to me. I was I was I swear I, I was terrified every time I go past the door the gay bar. I felt like it was going to swallow me and suck me in forgive me, and that I was going to be gay, you know that if I got too close to is going to be get and. And now that I'm comfortable with all that. The fact is though, there certain things about the gay pride movement. That are scary to me. Oh and not allowed to say these things. We're not allowed to say certain things in our culture. We're not allowed to say the public television sucks. It just stops. We're not allowed to say that, that is Harvey. I don't care about that Naby. I don't care about that. Matvey shut up. Without allowed to say that. And it's the same thing with a lot of things in the gay pride movement. There may be things about the gay pride movement that are that are scary, when out allowed to say it, but when I see a gay pride parade there certain aspects of that parade that I do not think help the movement. When I see a three hundred pound guy in a Hawaiian skirt at no shirt, and has painted lipstick pictures on his stomach. I don't think that helps the movement. How do you feel eight six eight Awa LT? Eight eight eight six eight eight nine to five eight. My phone number is eight six eight eight nine to five eight. This is sterling on Sunday. And I'm Walter. I'm sterling live on Sunday night. We have the best time. Don't we have the best time? So let's talk. That's why do the show. So you and I can talk at eight eight eight six eight eight. W. A. L. T. The Washington's power players come to talk. Vice President Mike Pence is here. Thank you, sir. Thank you. And listen. I listen every morning as I drive to the office. W M A L secretary of housing and urban development. Dr Ben Carson. Thank you for being here. Thanks very much. Kellyanne Conway, thank you for being five point nine FM and AM six thirty. She small M..
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"So Taylor swift apparently signing a new deal with Universal Music Group. She had previously been on a label called big machine records that was an independent label that was under Universal's distribution arm. But is there are some things about this deal that I think stand out when we talk about you know, what she negotiated in what kinds of things did she build into this deal Christine? Well, she was trying to help her feet. Her fellow artists on the label because one of the things that she stipulated was that proceeds for many stock holdings in Spotify. That universal has and may sell would be distributed to the label artists at a better rate than paid out previously by you know, other major companies who did similar things. So, you know, she's really she's really been beaten the drama on the fact that artists need to have a fair share of the streaming revenue. And this is another example of how she's continuing to advocate and use her position to help out the growth. Of music streaming and internet based music. I think is fascinating. When it when it comes to what it's done to really what artists are able to earn. It used to be. You had bands in artists that were able to say, okay, we're going to still be able to earn a living based on you know, we can attract small local crowd's to local venues that might have two or three hundred people, and we can sell enough, CDs, or at least make ends meet that market is largely dried up for a lot of artists that like you look get a lot of the small venues that used to be the starting points for artists. They're kinda gone now. You know, you you talk about some of the big ones CBGB's in New York, which is gone. What's the one? There's one in Boston Allston that closed down a couple of years ago t t the bears, but all of these cities have these, you know, small one to three hundred you know, seat venues that have closed down because the market for those artists dried up what's happened. The bigger artists have a much bigger platform than they ever had before. But it's a lot tougher to get to that point. You know, the the idea of the starving musician the starving artist it's gotten worse as a result of streaming. If you make it your bigger, but it's tougher to get to that point because there's so much competition because you can't just, you know, have that spot that you go to that you play every other Wednesday night in your town anymore because that place is gone. Now, it's really challenging for small artists to try to make it at this point. And I like what Taylor swift is trying to do here. But there's been a fundamental shift in how music's consumed in its really hurt. Smaller artists except for the ones that hey can capitalize by kind of blowing up. You know, if they go viral for one reason or another, but the other smaller ones are really struggling now. Well, and you see that I would I would kind of say that you see that across content creation in general, right? You don't just see that you see that in writing while journalism. And it really comes down to. It's great that we have access to all of this information now, but we have to start asking ourselves. You know, do we value? And how do we value the work that goes into creating all of this content at some point something's gotta shake out because you know, we need people to create the content that we'd like to read and listen to you. But if we're not willing to pay for it. We're going to have a problem down the road. Bad news for the parent company of Victoria's Secret L brands continuing to struggle, and we got some news on was the CEO Tucker. I can't remember who he has news on the CEO who's announced earlier this hour stepping down. Yes. So they're still struggling at this point. And and you talk about you know, what L branch is trying to do here. They can't really figure out how to turn around this Victoria's Secret brand at all well and a lot of competition because you know, Victoria's Secret has kind of had the same formula for a long time starting to get a little tired there. But women. Are also starting to really appreciate some of the up and coming brands like this company third love that you know is really talking about. Okay. Well, how do we create clothes underwear that really fit the diversity of women's bodies? They're out there instead of just trying to do a cookie cutter one one one style fits all do you think this is a salvageable situation for Victoria's Secret? I think that I think at the premise that Victoria's Secret was built on in terms of fashion styling is has gotten old, and they think that the only way to salvage it is for them to recognize the fact that people's tastes changing that young people today are really about fit and they're about lettuces them and they're about comfort, and they're not about trying to fit a single ideal. Is there a way and obviously they're getting rid of their CEO? So they're saying look what we're doing wasn't like their knowledge ING. Hey, this isn't working anymore. I almost wonder if there's just too much legacy to that. Victoria's Secret name. This is a name that's been around for a coast to a hundred years when it's all said and done I think it was back in the nineteen. Remember exactly when it was. But I think originally the pair company goes back like no, no fifty years. I'm sorry about fifty years. You know? So I look at this. I just I wonder if there's too much legacy there, and if they can't just break away from that in that image. It's kind of like for the longest time in this isn't quite the same comparison. You didn't have young people buying Buicks because they viewed as their parents car, they viewed it as something that was not what they were looking for Buicks trying to change that. But they're not really succeeding. I just I wonder if Victoria's Secret is going to see the same problem. Well, you know, I think that you ask a really good question. Just because it's it's almost like the soon. Nami has hit. Now, Victoria secret is say, oh, you know, shift or divey too late. But yeah, exactly I think it's more. It's less about legacy as much as you know management. Didn't catch it in time. So they haven't implemented changes enough over time in order to meet the changing styles and demand fentanyl. Just clarify Victoria's Secret CEO John singer who reside dot L brand. Not the branch were act. Okay. Very good. We're gonna take a break here. But when we come back, we're talking about why bitcoin continues to fall in also crackdown on companies using false made in America labels. That is right after this break the.
"cbgb" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"Company and affiliates. Insurance. Appropriate song for this season in this case where I stand because a CBGB's been accused of blasphemy sentenced to death, and I want to go to skip ash, then she Harry are on this. But skip we know these blasphemy charges are the put up charges. It's it's either blasphemy or national security violations. That's that's always it whenever they have somebody who is in a weakened position. They want to take advantage of them. One of the first places they go is to alleged blasphemy, and the other one is as you said national security, but blasphemy is the one that strikes fear in the hearts of everyone who so accused because it automatically guilty sentence. Automatically is a death sentence, and especially as applied to minorities and the Christian minority in Pakistan, so aas you Abebe was living under that sort of Damocles the entire time. She's been a citizen there. But if finally struck home and now she's been in jail since two thousand nine waiting, hopefully, wedding Justice of this court and Shahara. There are four points at primary points that the lawyer our lawyer representing a say a BB made during the argument. Let's go over those right? So so he began by introducing all the evidence by reading the evidence to the court kind of pointing out all the discrepancies. The contradictions the errors that were in the evidence. Then he argued that. There was a five day delay in lodging the complaint. Remember, the incident happens with these two women and these women, and then the cleric goes to the police after five days, and that's usually in Pakistan. That's the fatal error in cases. When there's a delay because that's shows some sort of a conjured up charges, the third thing that he argued was there's a section in the criminal procedure code that requires in blasphemy cases that a permission from the provincial government or the federal government has to be obtained before a private complaint has been filed and OSCE. His lawyer actually pointed out that that never happened in this case and owned only based on this error, the court should have had that trial thrown out the case, but that didn't happen and they convicted her so so the final thing the cord basically asked so what was the motive for the these women, and and the clerics who filed the charges what was the motive wide the case against us. Yeah. And that's one of the things that they always ask. And then the lawyer basically told them exactly what happened that she had given water to her co workers who did not like that they called her unclean that she was Christian and she was unclean. And she didn't want to they didn't want to drink water from her. And that was the argument and they're the ones who insulted us. And that's that's that was really the motive that they wanted to take revenge. Didn't like what happened and that a Christian could even argue with these Muslims. So it's interesting when you look at the. Some of the reports that have come out some of the media reports that have come out in the hearing. And this was the lawyer representing the C a BB we work with. Made the statement that there was no evidence of blasphemy actually in the record itself. And then the judge chief Justice actually as are these things on the record. And then he's one of the other justices said what we can conclude from your statement is that the prayer leader. This is who made the charges himself did not witness the incident as it happened. No blasphemous language was uttered in the presence of the prayer leader. In other words, professor and the main charging the claimant here was not a party to the incident. Absolutely. So allegations of blasphemy are very serious in Muslim countries. See Abebe has been living with this charge over her head for almost nine years. There is no factual foundation for the blasphemy charge. No evidence in the record whatsoever. Yet. The charge remains in place. Why because members of the Justice system must deal with intense political ideological theological pressure to execute an innocent woman against this background intense. International countervailing pressure is absolutely necessary to keep her alive. And so let's pray for the justices. Let's pray for the entire Justice system in Pakistan in order to keep her alive and to see that she is set free because the charges simply have no legal or factual foundation. So Sandra on Facebook said this how is the able to approach real all when it comes to mean rights fan that has been an issue that we've been fighting with the organization of his llama cooperation and their definition of blasphemy, which is against the charter the UN charter, which includes religious freedom and free. Speech. Jay, this goes back to the tone that you talked about in the social media reaction because he's you read some of the reaction on social media would the thought that came to me is that is the tone that I here at the United Nations when I take these cases when we take these cases before the Human Rights Council, the general assembly, or whatever it may be Jade, there's not a lot of sympathy inside the chamber for these kind of arguments for religious freedom. And and again, this goes back to the conversation that you and I had in a previous segment we take them to the United Nations not because they're going to be able to stop Pakistan. But because it's going to shine a light on the case. And it's going to shame them into into not doing it. So Jake, we really are going into enemy territory when we make these interventions again, we say we've done four of them at the United Nations this year, but you do it to keep the exposure on on Pakistan in this case in J one other thing, I'll say here domestically the leverage point is money. The Trump administration has already pulled back three hundred million dollars right Pakistan because it hasn't been living up to its military obligations. I would suggest to you that next year there needs to be an additional draw down because of human rights violations. So this is an interesting comment from Lynda on Facebook. She writes shouldn't Pakistan be concerned about the imagery and fall out of this on the international stage. I feel like they cannot afford it. Well, Linda's absolutely correct. They cannot afford it. It is impacting their. View on the international stage, it's impacting their relationship with the United States and other allies. And frankly skip it causes them and international concern. I think that's why you had this special three judge panel, including the chief Justice, very brave for them to do this, and that culture. Absolutely. And I think if we go back and look at the history of Pakistan for a long time, they did not have a blasphemy statute. And there was a lot of bore peace within the society at once they had it was during a time of the military dictatorship when the dictator imposed this and since then that has encouraged the more fundamentalist Muslims, the Salukis, the Salafi and others in these schools. These madrasahs to get everybody fired up. And now, we have a more fundamentalist religious basis in society, and that's splitting the society. And they are the ones who seem to put the pressure on the government to impose strict sharia rules and strict interpretations of the Koran, and that's that's what we're. Dealing with now Shaharyar how difficult is it for Christians in Pakistan? It's very difficult, especially in an environment where the blasphemy charges not only generate court cases and and police investigations, but there's a lot of danger from just the mob rule that that happens there. And there have been multiple tons of incidents where one blasphemy allegation resulted in a mob gathering mob of thousands of people gathering and burning entire villages in Pakistan. So that's that's the kind of environment, Christians and other minorities live in. But the good news in this horrible situation is we've had success Shahryar in some of these other cases that that's correct our office. There is is continuously receiving cases that are similar nature. We have been involved in cases, where a mob violence has been actually warranted because of police intervention and our team. They're getting involved with the police and the local governments to to actually bring it to the noticed before even even the violence happens. Interesting comment came in from on Facebook is it safe to say the officials in Pakistan thing blasphemy happened simply because said she wouldn't convert to Islam the that's a really interesting question in it's hard to tell based on what we've seen in the transcript, Harry, it's hard to tell exactly where that's coming. From the allegation was not was the prayer leader in this the mom in the community saying she was unclean and made this offer. And that's how it was somehow blasphemous to the prophet. So I think the caller is onto something. So if you look at the rap the evidence in the record, there's no evidence that blasphemy actually occurred. So the callers inference, I think is very very astute that it's very very possible that this is a made up charge. This type of charge actually empowers the theocrat and it empowers mob rule. That's Borden, eight Christians. And so it's very very possible that at the end of the day, the CBGB's unwillingness to convert has led to this charge, which is not grounded, in fact, appears to be grounded in fiction. The chief Justice of wondered whether the assistant superintendent police probe into the matter could be relied upon to which are lawyer replied that the police had wrongfully registered the case, then the witnesses the witness testimonies did not state that she had used blasphemous language for the holy Koran. He said is talking about the lawyer, no blasphemous words were used at all a senior statement said that she could not even conceive of committing blasphemy. And that's because Christians understand that blasphemy is such a serious crime in Pakistan art, we're coming up to the last segment broadcasts, get your comments on Facebook. In periscope will read some of those we. We come back from the break. Again, you're supported the ACO and our affiliates around the globe. So we can handle cases like a CBGB's and others big week on the international front, Pakistan and Turkey the same week lot going on for people held for for pray for these judges in Pakistan could get that decision at any moment. Back with more in just a minute. Stuck in traffic? We've got the answer. Sponsored by the California earthquake authority that four car crash.
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"CBD oil which is our product that's made from outdoor grown agricultural hint it's a full plant hemp extract that, has a robust amount of cannabinoid not just CBD CBGB's CBC Tire group of them a group of fatty. Acids the Turpin all of naturally occurring vitamin e. it's really a whole food hemp way to support, this, Endo can have annoyed system and when you look at what the. System can do especially the CB two receptor that controls the release, of cytokines, and cell migration it, appears as if people that are regularly using this product are finding. Relief from things like migraine irritable bowel and fiber myalgia. Because there, could be clinical Endo cannabinoid deficiency that's driving those syndromes we're seeing people, that are struggling with treatment, resistant conditions reporting results. With, hemp extract with natural CBD in a way, that we haven't seen. Before and that's why I think, the product is so popular now Stewart I just sent you. A copy of an E-mail at a gentleman yesterday listening to my radio show I think from floor Senate and, Arctic question saying I've got the seizures and I'm not you know I want. Some advice on how to deal with seizures and I suggested he tune into the show today and, of, course there's been a lot written about how CBD oil has helped. To modulate the cannabinoid system and people were having trouble I'm not, saying it, cures seizures but explained, to the audience how this plus CD oil has helped both adults. And children who have these recalcitrant seizure responses that they. Don't, even, respond to the drugs and or people who are trying to extricate themselves, from the drugs because of, the severe side effects Well the the big, the big picture the fifty thousand foot picture is the FDA recently approved. CBD the same compound Canepa dial for treatment resistant, seizures and so that's a big deal it's? The first time we've? Had, a natural. Compound like this that's become a drug it's really, a fight oh pharmaceutical that would encourage, the listener, to look up GW pharmaceuticals GW pharmaceuticals to see the clinical research that being said that drug is just. Being rescheduled will, soon be available in the meantime people are using CD and finding tremendous relief obviously it is a case by case. Situation because there's very little that's, published in the medical literature right now but people. Are reporting because it dampens the hyperactive electrical signaling with epilepsy and because it was approved by the FDA recently I think we have something there do you do you agree Dr oh no question but I've seen remark Results in people who have. Been taking anti seizure medications and still having breakthrough seizures and yet when they start. The plus CBD oil, boom their life changes their quality of life improves without any adverse side effects in fact I know people who have had children who have had the seizures who have been able. To get off, completely off the seizure medication again folks you. Don't, do this on your own you do it with supervision of an allergist or a trained pharmacologist but it's, happening it's happening all over the world we're gonna come back and talk. About.
"cbgb" Discussed on Modern Day Philosophers with Daniel Lobell
"Mike, I'm not going anywhere, and I feel like I should be on this path that I should be this level right now, and he's like, he's like my goal. My career was always just to be part of the scene because many all names are going to be forgotten at the end of the day except for like a privileged few and often even just by chance. But like you can be even if you're not the Ramones you can be one of the CBGB's bands and some kid who loves that era. Music will go you. You played CBGB's. That's amazing. And it's still that matters to him still. Yeah. And I love the attitude because it's very giving thing fame is not or even art or respecting success. It's not a finite system like, I'll take some from you. It's it's there for everybody because at the end of the day we all should be there for everybody. It's like a love thing. It was kind of planting the seeds for what led me ultimately out of my depression. Good. So. Yeah. I mean, I think I was pretty depressed when I recorded that with him am I think that kinda comes through a little bit. I feel like the theme, the themes that were mentioned on this season where marriage kids and depression, which because you just got married and you were thinking about having kids and you were sad. So yeah, it's just going to pervade. Yeah, but now I'm not depressed at all. This is like the happiest I've probably ever been in my life, and I feel like that was a turning point. Like the beginning of this season was like the end of my depression, God and by the emerald took as seasons. Yeah. Better late. The never will. I be after nine. Oh, what if it starts? Again? It's like. Lipped like a new Danny is born out of the ashes. And he's saying, again. No, I hope not. I really hope not season eight episode eighty six, Dana Gould and Thomas. So Al soul. Yeah. So kind of like soul, so, but sort of British, I really like, I mean, we just talked about marriage. Dana has I, I loved his description of his divorce because like I remember watching his specials in seeing that he was married and then hearing he got divorced and being like, oh, that's a bummer. He seems really cool, but he was like, you know, it is sad, but like we're still buddies. And I think that's kinda great. He lives five minutes away. I was so interesting. Yeah, because divorce can be so acrimonious and I think it's so great when I was talking to one of my coworkers and he's like, hey, you know to my friends seem really happy that getting a divorce isn't that messed up? I'm like, no, because they are probably thinking, we love each other and we like each other. And this marriage is making a start to not do those things. So let's end it so we can go back to loving each other. Why? Why is certainly another way to look at it. Sure. And it's a bummer. But like you know, life is about rolling with bomber sometimes. Yeah, it's like an optimistic way of looking at a tough situation. Definitely. And it seems like his fan have. His family is very healthy because of it. And no, the kids don't feel neglected and they kind of have rooms at both places. It was interesting to me also hearing about him being married to this high powered executive woman, and like what that was like yet, the other side of fame, it's just it's the same BS, but you know, there's nicer food at the party like it's not that much different. It's true. I feel I mean, not like I know now, but the more I, I feel like I have moved up a little bit this year in in my career in my life, and I feel like it's not that much different. Yeah, I think that's what a lot of people realize is the more you move up. You're like Alvin a really wanted to get to that level and then you get what I want to get to that you you, you. Really reached a such a level that you're like, oh. It was all you're not wrong. What were you gonna say, like I was gonna say. You should have been working on yourself..
UK to review medical cannabis policy as Canada plans imminent legalisation for all uses
"Just a just during the week the uk government said it's reviewing its bomb on kind of a space medicines after medicinal cannabis oil was was confiscated from a boy with epilepsy who was later hospitalized with seizures a lot of countries are looking at legislation to legalise cannabis products what's what's behind that push you must remember that the vast majority of people who use cannabis for range of medical conditions and fortunately conventional medicine has has failed them and that's no fault of conventional medicine that's the way the world medications some of them work some of the dealt work many people have source kind this as a relief from the symptoms and in some cases it's been dramatic improvements in medical conditions as you say see people have been seizure kids been seizure phrase results taking count of soil treated things like multiple sclerosis chronic pain particularly effective in chronic pain and so there's a huge huge push now to use a product that is seems to be very safe and certainly far safer the many conventional medicines in terms of its side effect profile so weedy i don't know what the delay in this is to be honest i think i know what's behind the delay is unfortunately people still can't separate out the recreational use of cannabis on the medicinal use of cannabis every time i hear the word medicinal cannabis by detractors they talk about kind of psychosis this is completely separate issue the chance of them abusing thus i am getting mental illness but the idea that it'd be misused in some way our diverse or whatever is nonsense h c i mean how is the taken ice of the medicinal cannabis it's an interesting kind of distinction here between cd and thc is that it doesn't have any psychoactive properties for thc till's thc the psychoactive the people who recreationally use cannabis largely exactly cpg is meant to have actually antipsychotic properties and pain relief properties i'm actually cbgb's not illegal and see that he's actually been sold in sort of hemp shops and nobody breaks it all by by but a lot of research is is now on the wipes clean canada around getting the mixture of cbd and thc rice in terms of relieving symptoms of many conditions so thc remember in far lesser concentrations that won't be an enormous joined seems to be walk is people most medicinal relief there's a lot of companies who will sell sell cbd oil and they'll exporters around europe so if somebody was to order that into airland with a very low level of thc is still going to be a problem down stop they will be they will be prosecuted i mean simon harris who's the health minister in ireland he he could use some of the arguments that he used for the abortion referendum in that people are doing this anyway so let's legalize made up punch a number times i south it's interesting you've made the point people are doing it anyway quite rice and it really saddens me to think the people actually are breaking the law by actually trying to get symptom relief for for medical conditions and found equation it's inhumane and i think it really kinda needs to change and i think it will change and if you look at the reports in the uk today i think they're looking at changing because i think i think the there's a little bit of a groundswell now even people who don't particularly like cannabis as a drug or don't like illicit drugs an old fashioned jails i think they're beginning to realize now that the that the law does you know medicinal cannabis in some way we'll be a gateway into kind of wider drug use i think that lies really been mcgovern from the priority medical clinic in dublin thanks for joining us on inside europe thank you one of the world's biggest populations of child soldiers lives in the democratic republic of the congo about thirty thousand children are forced to serve armed groups of soldiers sexual slaves and laborers that's according to unicef lisa bryant caught up with one former child soldier at a new piece for forum in the french region of normandy which is not far from the d day beaches of world war two.
"cbgb" Discussed on BizTalk Radio
"So they'll go house who's using these tinctures in wire they using them because this is an important part of the story so for many people listening that are saying you know i want the benefits of both cbgb's the cannabis dial which we talk all the time about on the show about him but i also want some of the benefits of the thc combined to help me with certain issues that i'm struggling with or they don't want to smoke so this sounds to me like the tinctures are a perfect marriage so that you can get what you need without having to light up a joint it's so wonderful we've we've come across many people who have said you know my lungs just can't take it anymore it's not healthy and my lungs to have to be exposed to the smoke we find that everyone is taking our team shirts for the most part we used to think that it was kind of like you know kinda woman in her thirties and forties really are attracted to this which they are that we get emails from men all the time we get emails from the elderly this is a great great option for people who are a little bit older a little bit nervous you know maybe they've never had cannabis maybe they haven't had cannabis since the sixties and what's really neat is what we call synergy going on between the thc the cbd and then in a lot of our products we have these other medicinal plants and they all work together to create a more powerful healing effects then if you were to have them each individually i kind of use the analogy it's like when you make cookies you've got all your different ingredients are sugar your chocolate your flower and they all have their own flavors in their own.
"cbgb" Discussed on That Awful Sound
"Russo said he eventually found the guitarist okay that's not necessary to write and he was wielding a bottle of vodka and started quote charging me and he tries to hit me over the head with it but his brewer was running through an open doorway the bottle quote the bottle connects with the top of the door jamb in smashes cutting half of his right pinky off needless to say he couldn't play the next two or three shows because he had to have surgery to reattach his torn ligaments yeah and then he went on to form black sabbath down tuning his guitar out of necessity yeah so like russo comes off the best in all these stories but there's a lot of stories of his van members swinging on them did you there was one about him them getting kicked out of cbgb's i didn't read that what happens fantastic well you know scott likes to smoke when he drinks and new york has laws about that kind of thing because you know this is this is punk rock they right they write them down and everything those laws but this is cbgb's it's punk club you know they got to respect the artist sure and i agree completely yeah they they turned the lights out basically ends up with him getting in a fight with the security tight man that's really cool like when you fight somebody who's making ten bucks an hour trying to do their job that's.
"cbgb" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
"Been inspected for awhile and some companies have improved standards others i guess are lacking and to see that some of the prescriptions prescribed should never been prescribed is very concerning because remember as we go socialized all it takes is trump leaving the white house and somebody who's all tra liberal moving in we are going to have socialized medicine some of you can't wait for that you're excited but that for me i have dreading that day i do not want socialized medicine because to me medicine is an art so one of the latest things that's happened is one of my good friends had an issue and ended up the diagnosed with cancer and because i know this person and because i've spent time at talked with the person and worked with the person you get a sense of color you get a sense of something different it's your animal instinct and before he was even sick i started getting the cbgb's feeling that something's wrong really wrong and in fact identified the body part that it was wrong it not because it looks like anything if you couldn't see the body part but i'm like i just think something's going on there now it's not the doctors avi esp it's not that we're which is not that we have these superpowers just like that guy with the aneurysm where as i you may have an aneurysm and i didn't even i you couldn't tell us it was really really obese and he had really really taught stomach like a santa claus tummy but it just sometimes one of my doctor franz said it's the hypocritic angel where hippocrates sons an angel the kind of whispers to you need to look at this and not that i.