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Can You Build a Business Alone?

The $100 MBA Show

05:43 min | 2 d ago

Can You Build a Business Alone?

"Can you build a business alone totally by yourself? Well, the simple answer is yes but what kind of business you could literally open eliminate stand in your front yard and that's considered technically a business providing a product for a fee you make lemonade youth set up the table you sell it. The fee done deal but we obviously are not talking about lemonade stand. We're talking about a business that could actually stain your lifestyle and make it a comfortable one. You know if you're going to go into business and start something and really work hard on you WanNa make sure it's worth your while. So has the potential to make you financially free. Is this possible. Yes, it is. But there are caveats and we'll talk about they are in a moment. This can be done. I've seen it done and I've done it myself where I literally ran the whole business by myself. No external help not even a freelancer no external services nothing. Just software and my time it was a services business. I was creating business websites on wordpress for Mike cline since is over a decade ago and I did everything myself the marketing the sales, the service, the actual craft of building the website, the maintenance the the customer calls the invoicing, the financing everything, and I've seen a lot of entrepreneurs start out this way, and this is what's called being self employed. This is not being an entrepreneur, an entrepreneur somebody who leverages resources and time in order to produce results for their customers and to be free. Of the business meaning that they can step away from it for a month or two, not do a single lick of work and the business continues to go because they have teammates they have pleased they have people working on things. The system goes they build the system they make the hires the put in the assets they put in all the things they need to do so that it runs by itself that's what an entrepreneur really is. A self employed person is somebody who actually works for themselves. Very similar to what I was doing when I was doing my business consulting firm and I was building websites. This is very similar to somebody who's a doctor and running their own clinic, a chef that runs her own restaurant there the business owner and the talent, and the really the product. They're really the the thing they're selling the service, but it is technically a business but one of the things I've learned really early on about twenty years ago is a big difference was self. Employed person and an entrepreneur I learned this from Robert Kiss Sakis Rich Dad poor dad his book and he has this four quadrant system that talks about like you please you have self employed you have entrepreneurs and you have investors and really these are the four ways people make money in this world and the top two quadrants are the employed and self employed in the bottom two quadrants are entrepreneur and investor, and you really WanNa be on the bottom quadrants because those two quadrants. Leverage Time Leveraged Talent. They're not exchanging their time for money. So I worked in my business building I saw the people. But when I was not doing that I wasn't earning money, there's no way I could step away from it because my clients wouldn't get what they paid for. So let's just flat out say, yes, this is possible but you're going to have to do as a self employed person because that's how it works. You have to hire somebody else you have to empower somebody else to do that work for you. In order for you to be free of that attachment to the business or attachment to delivering that service or delivering that product. Now having said that that's still a business being self employed is still a business and might enjoy that you might like that kind of business people that love control and love their craft will love this type of business. Now, I am of the opinion even if you love your craft photographer, you can benefit with some key hires a manager somebody who deals your finances someone had to go she your rates. Somebody to build your website all that kind of stuff is worth having people hired either as a freelancer or as an employee or part time to help you just focus on your craft as a photographer and not deal with the other logistical things because that's your magic sauce, right? That's that's your. Special talent and you should focus on that as a service provider. But even if you didn't, you can still run that business. Now having said that again, there's limitations. There's only so far. You can take that business when I was building. For my clients, I was pretty inexpensive the beginning, but then I raised my prices raise prices. But even if I raised my prices to an astronomical amount, let's say for example, I was charging forty or fifty thousand dollars a website I would need at least six weeks to create that website and deliver it to the client and receive my fifty grand. So even if I was charging fifty grand a website, I can really only bring on about eight clients a year given you know. Holiday season things like that, and that's not bad. But at the end of the day, I cannot make more than four hundred, thousand dollars a year in revenue, which is a great number. You know that's not a bad number as a pretty healthy business in revenue but that's basically my ceiling. I, don't have any more hours in the day I. Don't have any more weeks in the year and if I don't WanNa leverage my time and I don't want to hire somebody that's my ceiling.

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2020 ACM Awards: Carrie Underwood, Trisha Yearwood and This Dynamic Duo Are Set to Perform

Donna and Steve

00:54 sec | Last month

2020 ACM Awards: Carrie Underwood, Trisha Yearwood and This Dynamic Duo Are Set to Perform

"Of country Music Awards just got bigger. The upcoming ceremony is added a performance by Blake Shelton and Gwen Stefani also carry underwear. Wood is going to perform a bunch of songs from some country legends. This is to celebrate the 95th anniversary of the Grand Old Opry. It's going to be a med leave with will read a lit or not with the right of Lin, but songs from literally Loretta Lynn, Dolly Parton, Barbara, Barbara Mandrell, Patsy Cline, Reba McEntire and Martina McBride Hole is going to air on Wednesday, September 16th fun. Okay, Here's a stupid thing that you're going to be like dawn. I think Bank back upon a country song once for an artist, and it debuted at the Grand Ole Ofri before the show. And so I've been, I mean, it's just a simple background.

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"cline" Discussed on Encyclopedia Womannica

Encyclopedia Womannica

02:59 min | 2 months ago

"cline" Discussed on Encyclopedia Womannica

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"cline" Discussed on FashionTalks

FashionTalks

10:59 min | 6 months ago

"cline" Discussed on FashionTalks

"Podcast about observing the world through the lens of fashion. I'm your host Donna Bishop and I am here with the Lovely Anti Horth in Toronto Montreal and New York and all kinds of other places. Thank you so much for being here any of course my pleasure thank you. Anne is a stylised the CO chief creative director at Cook and the creative director for L. Canada. You are a busy lady lately. It's been something but it's good. It's good to be busy before we get into your work with with Conoco and some of the other interesting things that you do. I WanNa take a step backwards. Can you tell us a little bit about where you were born? Do you have brothers and sisters a little bit about where you come from? I was born in much real raised in Montreal and I actually was adopted and my parents. My my dad was a professional key player and my mom was quite chic and eccentric. And because know I I was thinking. Like where how? How did you know the love for fashion kind of kind of started? I you know there's the old credits goes to my mom for sure. And when I was like super early baby almost. She had a boutique. And and I've heard many stories of people living around was like looking. Were waiting for my mom like Church Day or two pass by their house to see which he would be wearing and so on so you know the when I look back at my childhood I remember thinking Oh my God you know when your child. Oh my God. What is mum going to wear today? This is you know it was so eccentric for me. You know killer. Instagram account shot for sure. For sure you know she she was she was always and she's still super modern. So you know the everything about that part. I've been so lucky being adopted. It's like was saved. I guess and two years after the adopted a boy so my brother passed away now and so lovely memories of the childhood. What kind of of child were you when you think back to that kind of pre teenager self? How WOULD YOU DESCRIBE YOURSELF? I was I was pretty shy. You know I see myself as still pretty shot but I guess you know at some point. You decide that you're going to like not be shying more like it won't like block you from to do things that you want to do but I think that it took quite long and so in my teenager years and stuff I was Yup pretty shy but always curious and always wanting to to to try things and I was also doing a lot of sport which I don't at all anymore since years and years and years so I think my first things like things like clothes or whatever you know love for fashion. You'RE GONNA laugh. Came from my love for sneakers. It's crazy no that's I collect sneakers you know like I became obsessed with sneakers when I was a teenager because I was playing basketball so I would like have friends. Were bit older than me. Drive all the way to Plattsburgh to buy some lake rare sneakers whatever anyway so it was kind of the first thing that I was like. GotTa have it. You know that's amazing ahead of your time on the whole sneaker trend thing it wasn't about fashion was really. I don't know something like when I had a new late. You know how the smell like shoe smell car smell. Yeah exactly so it would take like a week or two before would start wearing them and anyway I will stop with my craziness. When when do you think you've realized that fashion was more than simply covering your body with clothing do you have I mean? Obviously you said your mom was a huge influence. Do you have another moment where you sort of reflect on? Wow like I felt a power that was tangible because of fashion. Yeah I think it was during the same years Remember going to few parties or going out and and looking at you know like I was too young for like famous bars like a studio fifty four but I would read or you know that's when I started like looking at few magazines and being intrigued and stuff and and couldn't wait to kind of go out or you know to these like great places and and but I was never you know with with looks and clothes and like about over the top or exaggerate but I guess you know with you. Know being brought up by an eccentric mom. It's something that I always love and adore and look up to. You know people who are like but I wasn't. It wasn't my thing like I've always liked loved blazers and you know in a pair of sneaky Of what am I saying. Slim pants or jeans. And so I guess my my love for fashion was more looking outside looking at magazines. And you know like discovering Steven Meisel and Bruce Weber in the eighties with the Amazing Calvin Klein ads in the eighties. They were talking just the other day about the the Tom Hypnosis I think that's how you see the shot. That Weber did for Calvin Klein underwear. That was the first underwear billboard choice square and it became like it just one century and he like unbelievable. Oh yeah all the shots and century any and put these. Do you remember how big was w them? The magazine W is used and So it wasn't like tack or attach into center was just loose like Like a newspaper. Let's say so. I would like put these like big posters on the wall and so so. I think you know that's when son needed to love for images for fashion images differently started. Is Your education background in fashion? I mean you you're known for being steeped in the fashion industry. Has that been your whole professional. Life has always been in fashion. Yes yes actually. I studied fashion design. So the first year. I you know I always think when you're like sixteen seventeen seventeen. I'd sixteen years old. It's it's so young to suddenly. You're supposed to know what you're going to do in life. It's crazy is isn't it crazy but so at that point? I wasn't too sure I waited a bit like You know for one year. I actually didn't even. I didn't go to school and decided okay. It's it's fashion you know so so I studied in fashion design and I guess you know I was always. I always met some people kind of were influential or helped me find my way through through this but you go to school in Montreal. Yes less all college. Oh using their programs fantastic. I you know. I think they're good. They definitely have a good reputation. I think you know they were good then. But they're even better now. When did you discover that styling was something that was a passion or an interest or something? That was something you could do. It took me so long because when I think about it when I was a teenager I would without knowing like help people with that and my brother his friends and some people would you know I was working with like summer. Jobs would ask me for help or going shopping with them and stuff. But I never thought of of styling at all in my head. And it's later on after after I studied and I started working in the industry but more leg as a assistant designer and pattern maker and stuff like that that I decided to go freelance. And and still you know. I was doing like I was creating clothes for a certain amount that I was doing. Mostly leather really left letheren so I was creating but after a year and a half of that I begin very lonely. It was like. Wow you know it's always loan was doing this almost by myself so I decided and that is you know when I think about it. You know being shy like I am. It's a bit like out of character. I went to Elle magazine in L. Quebec and I offered I tried meeting editor in chief then which I did when he was very significant person. I met in my in my career. If I may say and I said I would like to write a column and I never right never did anything like that before so I said I have. This idea would be about like new balance you know. Our new generation and in anything are theater cinema fashion. And I would like to just do a little column. Would call would be called like Chessel. The date which is a head hunter and and she she really liked it and she was like do you have experienced. Can you do that and and I was like no not you know like really dumb it trust me. I take so but she was smarter than that and she said well. You know we're going to test.

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"cline" Discussed on Sick

Sick

01:34 min | 9 months ago

"cline" Discussed on Sick

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An Appointment With Dr. Cline

Sick

02:03 min | 9 months ago

An Appointment With Dr. Cline

"Three to four years ago both of my children and I were diagnosed with a genetic condition. I I also knew that I'm a carrier for a genetic disease. That is prevalent in Ashkenazi Jews. Forber Kramer's sin in her twenty three meek it for health reasons. She got a results back in June of Twenty nineteen. I looked through the medical history no surprises and and then I opened the DNA relative section. And said I had twenty three or twenty four DNA relatives and it listed them all. I also had a message from someone named Jacobo Ballard saying she was sure I was confused by my results. If I had any questions questions feel free to contact her. Allie didn't think much of it. She's not Jacobo. Worked for twenty three and me and that the relatives she saw were just mistake. G kind of forgot about it months past then on December ninth. Twenty nineteen an episode of Dr Phil Aired Fertility. Doctor who fathered nearly early seventy children is warning his secret offspring to keep quiet it was titled Dna Drama Fertility Doctors. Secret Children. Ask some of the people you heard on this podcast. Join Dr Phil to talk about their experiences. One of them was Matt White immediately. Knew that I was going to be a part of this because as you look just like me. Allie didn't catch the show. When it aired she recorded and on December twelfth? Her daughter was sick from school. They curled up in bed to watch it as it started and the four adult children of Dr Klein came out. The first name was to COPA. Ballard you and I laid there and just said Oh my God I recognized the name and I reached for my phone an open my twenty the three and me account all four of the siblings on stage were listed as my

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CMT will now play music videos from male and female artists equally, effective immediately

KCBS Radio Midday News

03:48 min | 9 months ago

CMT will now play music videos from male and female artists equally, effective immediately

"The country music channel is stepping up to make sure both men and women are featured in an equal rotation effective immediately music videos for male and female artists will get the same amount of playing time for more on this movie turns the KCBS ring central news sign a talk with Arabs in right communications professor at American University in Washington DC thanks for talking to us today so why this movie now it's actually a really interesting story there's a music journalist for variety who was driving in Los Angeles and and her two songs in a row on the country station by female artists and pulled over his car and made a snarky tweet about how you know that must break FCC rules or something like that and another radio station's Twitter kind actually responded saying well that's really brave we're not allowed to play two women in a row and then to begin this massive fire storm and Samantha bee did a whole thing on it and then shortly thereafter CMT made its big announcement so this is been a long time coming but the reason it's similar over was this kind of needle that broke the proverbial camel's back there was a sort of a a ratio that was set up well so historically these things are you know programming in the music industry like in all the entertainment fields is really done by algorithm so the use you know ostensibly unbiased calculations figure out exactly what the audience wants to hear that's going to maximize the amount of time they spend listening and then that's going to maximize the amount of money they make from advertising and what the algorithm say is that you know people want to hear one third women two thirds man sixty forty whatever what have you and would see him to use essentially saying is that you know we play a role in setting people's expectations and their tastes and if we program fifty percent women and fifty percent men we're actually going to be intervening into this sexist system that is been self perpetuating up until this point is it appropriate to think to arbitrarily set numbers on on how often women and men should be played really smart and interesting question I think when you have a systemic bias obviously you know it would be absurd to say that men are better singers than women or that you know that that somehow the songs of the singer better so clearly the the disparity between men and women and radio is a reflection of the larger disparities in opportunity in status between men and women in our society at large so I think that if you run a large company and you have the opportunity to help change hearts and minds you do have an obligation to do so even if it's a going to represent a short term hit to your bottom line it's going to benefit everybody more look over the long term to have a more just and equitable society is this an issue with other genres of music not just country well yeah I mean the music industry I don't need to tell you is is very famous for exploiting especially young women in in all kinds of not so savory ways but it's not even limited to the music industry and all you have to do is look at the you know the the Oscar nominations for for Best Director last week and and you know it was a slave entirely men and the comedian and writer he's a rate who was announcing it said you know can go congratulations to these men kind of calling it out so I think what's changing is that the is that there is now a a growing kind of sense among women in the media and entertainment industries that that time is up for this kind of unquestioned bias and that it's time to at the very least start questioning it so people get uncomfortable and start to change it we should play little Patsy Cline to take you out thanks for the time it's good talking to you and said right communications professor at American University in

"cline" Discussed on Front Burner

Front Burner

02:21 min | 11 months ago

"cline" Discussed on Front Burner

"We need to do it again. It's too good this is. This is dead pool to not titanic right. You're like an eleven. We need to get you down to a five five and a half half tops. Listen this thing only goes to eleven so beat its fighter man. And that's something I think. More and more. That has been appealing about her and that she's become become good. I think she's more comfortable in her own skin than she used to be in that allows her to make fun of herself in a way that I think she was she. You always did to a degree but I think there was some tension about being made fun of and therefore but now that she's now now she can do the making fun and embraced embraced the kind of Goofy side if our image in a great example was when she did the James. Cordon Carpool Karaoke. And she was making fun of herself on a thousand housing levels in that video song on that you couldn't make dramatic economics. I can make something funding funny dramatic Juno like Juno this song baby shark. AB shocked again. It's like this comfort with with sending herself up on that level right was really present there now. Can we talk a little bit about her core audience. You know when you first start your book there were some stats and put together on. Who are American listeners? Were seventy five percent less likely to be teenagers back. Forty five percent. None of them were over fifty years old there were overwhelmingly women and they were three and a half times more likely to be widowed. Surprising things as I can tell you. Yeah But Yeah I think that the her audience was precisely not the people who define what is cool. You know you know I mean the the cliche thing at the time would have been to say that. She's what your mom listens to right. That's remained true but just for like more generations of bombs and she's probably we still not GonNa be riding high on the charts with this album. You know but she does have a hardcore fan base that is going to be with her for life in that way. The surprising thing is just that like new members of other generations. Keep feeding into that fan base and more and more of the world feeds into that that fan base all the time..

"cline" Discussed on Front Burner

Front Burner

05:34 min | 11 months ago

"cline" Discussed on Front Burner

"She was pretty ubiquitous. I lived in Montreal at the time. And so you are particularly exposed And I'd always had a kind of instinctive rejection of for music and so I wanted to to explain why I had that reaction and to try and understand what her fans were appreciating about her and the book looks at Kerr in many ways to figure that out but also looks at how taste works in general to figure that out and that all made sense up until about three or four years ago ago when the idea that celine dion was ever something that people were ashamed to like more that there she was ever a divisive figure gear suddenly became rendered absurd in and this grand cultural consensus arose. That she is the best. And everybody's always thought so. And who who would it'd be so crazy as to have any problem with Cillian deal in many ways in many ways my book now feels like it's terms have been inverted and a future future civilizations will look at it and go what was this man doctoring about but you weren't alone You weren't alone in two thousand seven in sort of feeling like Selena. Sort of like the over the top schmaltzy artists. That was that was kind of the consensus of the time it was get. It was conventional wisdom and particularly you know if you look at the way that she was often represented in the press and in the media the kind of snooty reaction to her was was pretty typical and in the book. I have pages and pages of examples of just terrible insults that people all directed at her for decades and yet that's all turned around for for a variety of reasons. Partly I think for things that have happened happened in the culture and also things that I have happened with her now even then you saw the Renaissance Aline de Oncoming and here. We are thirteen years later. Is it playing the way that you fight body would. It's different than I thought I imagined you know. There's a cycle that culture goes through where usually after the twenty years after the time that something was been famous and usually big and famous and divisive the edges. All soften you know and we look back and we see somebody more as a representative of that time period and memories of what the culture was like at that time. And you know if you think about ninety late nineties ninety s culture the differences between Celine Dion Smash Mouth. Don't feel like they're that important. They kind of sound similar now in a way that would have been impossible. Multo Imagine Ben but I think there's more than that I think that because of the way that she's seized on this kind of new phase for life you know partly beginning through those Las Vegas residencies which was kind of a whole new model of how to sort of manager mid-career and then the biggest transformation took place three years ago when her long long time husband and manager. Andrew Lill died And you know this was her like quarter-century older husband who started managing her when she was a teenager with children of his own Was Sheepish to admit he you've been seeing someone twenty six years younger. The couple would marry in Nineteen ninety-four Montreal's knuckle down basilica a lavish ceremony with a star-studded guest list and so her whole career had been under the ages of his aesthetics and his decisions and as much as you know. She's made very clear. How broken up? She is and heartbroken over his death at the same time. She's clearly seized the opportunity to be in command of her own pather career and year-by-year more and more we've been seeing her sort of performing coming her enjoyment of this stage of her life in this kind of real kind of middle aged liberation in a lot of ways and people are responding to that. I want to talk a little bit about that because I think the way that we think about How Rene Chronic crafted? Her career is to be this capital desert of diva an I and now she seems to be having a lot of fun with that. Yeah I think that you know. Lin- came from a very old fashioned Quebecois showbiz culture the the way that people often refer to the divisions that there was kind of a division between the Sean to kind of tradition in Quebec. which is the more sort of serious-minded singer-songwriter are often very politicized nationalist cadet culture and then on the other side a kind of longer-standing older kind of variety show tradition? You know that people like the undo frame would represent which was much more of a sort of deavere kind of champagne and Tuxedos and gowns kind of world and and when it represented that end of it and so that's sort of what he brought selene into big outfits and big hair shiny lights and and that's what when translated over into a more worldwide and especially sort of English language debut. She ended up being very tied to kind of Hollywood or Broadway. kind of sense of what a diva is like and fitting into that kind of more old fashioned world really you know she collaborated with streisand as somebody like a couple of generations younger than streisand. In a way that nobody else in the nineties would have done atn very few..

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"cline" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:22 min | 1 year ago

"cline" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Trailblazing Patsy Cline has a birthday this week. she was the first female solo artist inducted into the country music hall of fame and the first woman in country music to perform up the street there Carnegie Hall a true singer's singer Patsy always found songs best self whatever she sang became hers forever like for instance walking after midnight. cool. F. two million. and the moon. jurors that. I have two men. our. along the. that's just. they're always. I have been. the one on the phone lines walking up to midnight..

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Bahamas, Chris Cline And Ellis discussed on All Things Legal

All Things Legal

00:15 sec | 1 year ago

Bahamas, Chris Cline And Ellis discussed on All Things Legal

"Accident investigators in the Bahamas are conducting underwater surveying and mapping on the side of a helicopter crash that killed West Virginia coal magnate Chris Cline his daughter and two of her Ellis you sorority sisters including a counter

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Investigators scour scene of Bahamas chopper crash for clues

Freakonomics Radio

00:27 sec | 1 year ago

Investigators scour scene of Bahamas chopper crash for clues

"In the Bahamas accident investigators are trying to determine what happened before a helicopter crashed after take off and killed seven people including West Virginia coal magnate Chris Cline Bahamian air accident investigators say salvage teams are in place at the crash site and conducting under water surveying and mapping of the debris field the chopper crash just off grand key Thursday this is

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Investigation underway into deadly Bahamas helicopter crash

This Morning with Gordon Deal

00:32 sec | 1 year ago

Investigation underway into deadly Bahamas helicopter crash

"Since seven Americans including a billionaire and his daughter are dead following a helicopter crash in the Bahamas investigators in the Bahamas sifting through the underwater wreckage of the helicopter crash that killed seven Americans including West Virginia billionaire Chris Cline the man dubbed the king of coal and his group took off from big grain Kiev echo for fort Lauderdale around two AM Thursday because of a medical emergency the helicopter reported missing just before three PM residents of green key hours later discovering the downed aircraft overturned in sixteen feet of water its tail and

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Grand K. Island, Chris Cline And Bahamas discussed on Atlanta's Morning News

Atlanta's Morning News

00:18 sec | 1 year ago

Grand K. Island, Chris Cline And Bahamas discussed on Atlanta's Morning News

"Seven Americans are killed when their helicopter crashes off grand K. island in the Bahamas oil Bahamas police forces the aircraft was headed to fort Lauderdale Florida at the time of yesterday's incident that claimed the lives of four women and three men what about small says police have not released the names of the victims to West Virginia coal billionaire Chris Cline and his daughter are

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"cline" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

Progressive Talk 1350 AM

01:45 min | 2 years ago

"cline" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

"Crazy by Patsy. Cline. The ballad composed by Willie Nelson gave Klein on number two country in one thousand nine hundred sixty two Nelson originally wrote the song for country singer Billy Walker but Walker turned it down this week in nineteen Seventy-six DJ Rick Dees hits number one in the US with disco duck a novelty record taking advantage of the disco era. It was the last novelty song to top the billboard hot one hundred chart this week in one thousand nine hundred eighty eight one week by bare naked ladies hits number one in the US where it stays for the you guessed it one week this week in two thousand one two security guards were fired after refusing to allow Bob Dylan into his own concert. Dylan who had demanded that security on his love and theft tour should be. Tighter than ever have a pass when he arrived backstage and this week in twenty eleven Coldplay released their fifth studio album Milos xylitol, which charted number one in thirty four countries and became the group's third to debut at number one the best performing single from the album was paradise. There's your look back at this week's rock almanac. What's your emergency? Screens Maryland Foy? Terrifying. Attractions in one location designed to scare you to death. Screens dot org. Screens dot org. If the free..

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"cline" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

106.1 FM WTKK

02:36 min | 2 years ago

"cline" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

"Cline. The ballad composed by Willie Nelson gave Klein number two country. Hit in nineteen sixty two Nelson originally wrote the song for country singer Billy Walker but Walker turned it down this week in one thousand nine hundred ninety six DJ Rick Dees hits number one in the US with disco duck a novelty record taking advantage of the disco era. It was the last novelty song to top the billboard hot one hundred charts this week in one thousand nine hundred eighty eight one week by bare naked ladies hits number one in the US where it stays for you guessed it one week this week in two thousand one two security guards were fired after refusing to allow Bob Dylan into his own concert. Dylan who had demanded that security on his love and theft tour should be tighter than ever did have a pass when he arrived backstage and this week in twenty eleven Coldplay released their fifth studio album, Milo xylitol, which charted number one in thirty four. Countries and became the group's third debut at number one US the best performing single from the album was paradise. There's your look back at this week's rock almanac. And now the iheartradio weekend sports time capsule. Hey sports fans at sandy west. Why don't we take a journey back to this week in sports history? Let's start way back in eighteen sixty were the first professional golf tournament is held at Prestwick golf club in Scotland a golfer by the name of willy park wins the tournament this week in one thousand nine to the seventh iron Bose played were Auburn beats Alabama twenty three to nothing in Birmingham to date. The Auburn Alabama rivalry has had eighty two meetings and Alabama leads forty five thirty six with one tie this week in nineteen sixty seven major league baseball is American League votes to allow the athletics to move from Kansas City to Oakland and expand the league to twelve teams in nineteen seventy one with teams in Kansas City and Seattle this week in one thousand nine hundred ninety four Chicago bull Nate Thurman becomes the first in the NBA to complete a quadruple. Double twenty two points, fourteen rebounds, thirteen assists, and twelve blocks this week in one thousand nine hundred seven the first World Series game ever played in a covered stadium. The Hubert h Humphrey Metrodome and also the first World Series in which all games are won by the home team and this week in two thousand nine New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady at one of the best games of his career against the titans throwing five touchdown passes in the second quarter alone..

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"cline" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

02:32 min | 2 years ago

"cline" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"Cline. The ballad composed by Willie Nelson gave Klein a number two country. Hit in nineteen sixty two Nelson originally wrote the song for country singer Billy Walker but Walker turned it down this week in one thousand nine seventy six DJ Rick Dees hits number one in the US with disco duck a novelty record taking advantage of the disco era. It was the last novelty song to top the billboard hot one hundred charts. This week in one thousand nine hundred eighty eight one week bare naked ladies hits number one in the US where it stays for the you guessed it one week this week in two thousand one two security guards were fired after refusing to allow Bob Dylan into his own concert. Dylan who had demanded that security on his love and theft tour should be tighter than ever have a pass when he arrived backstage and this week in twenty eleven Coldplay released their fifth studio album, Milo xylitol, which charted number one in thirty four countries and became the group's third to debut at number one US the best performing single from the album was paradise. There's your look back at this week's rock almanac. Now a year in rock spotlight from nineteen Seventy-six Bob Dylan releases his album desire. It goes to number one in the states. Thanks, mainly to significant radio airplay for the single hurricane. Dotti sensations. The bay city rollers finally score hit the US with the number one single Saturday night. In February former Steve Miller band member boss Skaggs is a number two US album silk degrees. Peter Frampton number one with his double live album Frampton comes alive. It would become the best selling album of nineteen seventy six. Irish hard rockers thin Lizzy six album jailbreaks scores them number twelve hit single with the boys are back in town. Keep listening to iheartradio for more from nineteen Seventy-six coming up. Thanks.

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"cline" Discussed on Talk 650 KSTE

Talk 650 KSTE

02:42 min | 2 years ago

"cline" Discussed on Talk 650 KSTE

"Cline. The ballad composed by Willie Nelson gave Klein on number two country. Hit in nineteen sixty two Nelson originally wrote the song for country singer Billy Walker but Walker turned it down this week in nineteen seventy six DJ Rick Dees hits number one in the US with disco duck a novelty record taking advantage of the disco era. It was the last novelty song to top the billboard hot one hundred charts this week in one thousand nine hundred eighty one week by bare naked ladies hits number one in the US where it stays for you. Guessed it one week this week in two thousand one two security guards were fired after refusing to allow Bob Dylan into his own concert. Dylan who had demanded that security on his love and theft tour should be tighter than ever have a pass when he arrived backstage and this week in twenty eleven Coldplay released their fifth studio album, Milo. Xylitol which charted number one in thirty four countries and became the group's third debut at number one in the US the best performing single from the album was paradise. There's your look back at this week's rock almanac. And now the iheartradio weekend sports time capsule. Hey sports fans at sandy west. We take a journey back to this week in sports history. Let's start way back in eighteen sixty were the first professional golf tournament is held at Prestwick golf club in Scotland a golfer by the name of willy park wins the tournament this week in one thousand nine hundred to the seventh iron bowl played were Auburn beats Alabama twenty three to nothing in Birmingham today. The Auburn Alabama rivalry has had eighty two meetings and Alabama leads forty five thirty six with one tie this week in nineteen sixty seven major league baseball is American League votes. Still allow the athletics to move from Kansas City to Oakland and expand the league to twelve teams in one thousand nine hundred ninety one with teams in Kansas City and Seattle this week in one thousand nine hundred ninety four Chicago bull Nate Thurman becomes. I in the NBA to complete a quadruple double twenty two points, fourteen rebounds, thirteen assists, and twelve blocks this week in one thousand nine hundred seven the first World Series game ever played in a covered stadium. The Hubert h Humphrey Metrodome and also the first World Series in which all games are won by the home team and this week in two thousand nine New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady at one of the best games of his career against the titans throwing five touchdown passes in the second quarter alone..

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"cline" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

01:45 min | 2 years ago

"cline" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"Crazy by Patsy. Cline. The ballad composed by Willie Nelson gave Klein on number two country. Get in one thousand nine hundred sixty two Nelson originally wrote the song for country singer Billy Walker but Walker turned it down this week in one thousand nine seventy six DJ Rick Dees hits number one in the US with disco duck a novelty record taking advantage of the disco era. It was the last novelty song to top the billboard hot one hundred charts this week in one thousand nine hundred eighty eight one week by bare naked ladies hits number one in the US. Where it stays for. You. Guessed it one week this week in two thousand one two security guards were fired after refusing to allow Bob Dylan into his own concert. Dylan who had demanded that security on his love and theft tour should be tighter than ever did have a pass when he arrived backstage and this week in twenty eleven Coldplay released their fifth studio album, Milo xylitol, which charted number one in thirty four countries and became the group's third today Buick number one west the best performing single from the album was paradise. There's your look back at this week's rock almanac. When you watch groceries you go to the store. When you're running on empty you. Go get gas. And when you got to go. You do. When you need news, weather and traffic nowhere to go. Newsradio twelve hundred w away. I. If you want something you got to ask for something. Like this. Alexa, play twelve hundred w I on iheartradio just asked your smart speaker for us. I wonder if you wanna know more about.

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"cline" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

01:37 min | 2 years ago

"cline" Discussed on WTVN

"Cline. The ballad composed by Willie Nelson gave Klein a number two country in one thousand nine hundred sixty two Nelson originally wrote the song for country singer Billy Walker but Walker turned it down this week in one thousand nine hundred ninety six DJ Rick Dees hits number one in the US with disco duck a novelty record taking advantage of the disco era. It was the last novelty song to top the billboard hot one hundred charts this week in one thousand nine hundred eighty eight one week by bare naked ladies hits number one in the US where it stays for the you guessed it one week this week in two thousand one two security guards were fired after refusing to allow Bob Dylan into his own concert. Dylan who had demanded that security on his love and theft. Tour should be tighter than ever have a pass when he arrived backstage and this week in twenty eleven Coldplay released their fifth studio album, Milo xylitol, which charted number one in thirty four countries and became the group's third to debut at number one US the best performing single from the album was paradise. There's your look back at this week's rock almanac. News headlines and where Columbus comes to talk. News Radio six ten WTVN about four minutes away from Jeff chill code. Who is a sports agent attorney. We'll talk to him about what Nick Bosa could be possibly going through right now as Nick has declared. He is not coming back to the buckeyes after his injury. But more on that in a minute. We're talking about the the whole situation.

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"cline" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

01:31 min | 2 years ago

"cline" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Cline. The ballad composed by Willie Nelson gave Kline number two country. Hit in one thousand nine hundred sixty two Nelson originally wrote the song for country singer Billy Walker but Walker turned it down this week in nineteen seventy six DJ Rick Dees hits number one in the US with disco duck a novelty record taking advantage of the disco era. It was the last novelty song to top the billboard hot one hundred chart this week in one thousand nine hundred eighty eight one week by bare naked ladies hits number one in the US where it stays for the you guessed it one week this week in two thousand one security guard. Were fired after refusing to allow Bob Dylan into his own concert. Dylan who had demanded that security on his love and theft tour should be tighter than ever did have passed when he arrived backstage and this week in twenty eleven Coldplay released their fifth studio album, Milo xylitol, which charted number one in thirty four countries and became the group's third to debut at number one in the US the best performing single from the album was paradise. There's your look back at this week's rock almanac. I'll never make it to my meeting across town good-looking drive on I twenty five your pushes the speed limit. Maybe I will make get you're going on time with traffic updates every ten minutes in the morning. It's morning news tomorrow at five on KOA NewsRadio. This is an iheartradio station. KOA newsradio..

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"cline" Discussed on The Empire Film Podcast

The Empire Film Podcast

01:43 min | 2 years ago

"cline" Discussed on The Empire Film Podcast

"Amazing well congratulations on the film and thank you so much an his climbing thank you for having me cheese okay so that was ben travis talking to ernest cline now it is time for us to dig into ready player one x forty minutes or so let's start off with a general if the movie itself in you are this spielberg found endel spielberg funds i'd love to see you spielberg golf with quint formerly antiquated news eric fespaco they're all people may think presumably steven spielberg he gets his career you're better than ever correct this tv spielberg known he said something wrong and just gentlemen let go yes okay that's good that's good could never going into this i thought it was pretty fun he hasn't made a film pugh adventure film since what ten ten his loss one often it was it was just pretty entertaining ball's ferry also has other things assize well it's not just kind of two percents time on how'd you read the book i've read a couple of times yeah very much you're not alone in that it's it's not the best book in the world but one thing is is it's very morrish it has a what happens next quality to it you really want to know what happens next but some of the writing is so alta cat for i've heard i've read excerpts of the book i haven't read the book myself but i have read pages of people posted on twitter generally going can you believe this.

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"cline" Discussed on Overdue

Overdue

01:51 min | 2 years ago

"cline" Discussed on Overdue

"'cause you don't like my opening sure no it's it's appropriate because it has a lot of references to gamer and geek culture and it makes me shake my head so it's it's a lot like my experience of reading ready player yeah i just wanted to see if i could be ernest climb for a second and importance of being ernest cline yeah is that he wants okay so let's talk about earth klein real real quick okay we talk about a book every week on the show one of us reads it and they talked to the other person about it and this weekend was going to tell me about ready player one which has recently turned into a film that was co written by ernest klein and steven spielberg and directed by spielberg i think i wanted i think spielberg got a writing credit on it i believe he did but so climb was born in ashland ohio nineteen seventy to bring that up because andrew i'm sure you know where ashland is because like everybody you know knows where everything is driven by signs that have ashland on them cocoa so he was working in like it in the mid nineties and doing some slam poetry performance in like from ninety seven to two thousand one in austin texas and when he later collected his plo his nerd slam poetry jams it was published as the importance of being earnest i didn't know that i was walking into that when i did it but here we are he slammed into it fifteen years ago he did win awards for it so i guess he was good at it you slamming yeah sure he also started writing screenplays around that time.

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"cline" Discussed on Overthinking It Podcast

Overthinking It Podcast

02:17 min | 2 years ago

"cline" Discussed on Overthinking It Podcast

"Welcome to over thinking it where we subject the popular culture to level of scrutiny it probably doesn't deserve the over thinkers they're like what we're like your clan we're all clammed up together as smart funny friends from the internet in search of the easter egg of meaning inside the labyrinth in may's that is a popular culture i'm matt rather i'm here with my good friends pete fenzl hello matt and merkley hey matthew we're talking about ready player one the book and the movie the ernest cline book and the steven spielberg film that they made about this so spoiler alert for spoiler alert for both of those incarnations of this pop culture property though before you go if you're going to pause this podcast and not listen to it now i just want to say that finally finally the internet has done something for socially awkward white man children it's about frigging time i know although spoil alerts for the nineteen s not really it doesn't depict a lot of what happened in the nineteen not not at all really so there are a couple of good soundtrack moments you know that are that are nice but and and allusions to film scores of the nineteen eighties that we're all that we're all pretty fun i mean it would have been almost two meta if if john williams had written the score right like i think alan silvestri wrote the score to this and you know i'm glad because we would have had orchestras section and that would not have been good for anyone in the theater there's so many angles to go at this ad and i just i just i want to say at the outset if you are religious about ready player one on either end of the spectrum if you hell hold like a highly polarized faithbased view of this pop culture property we're probably going to piss you off a little bit in this in this podcast and that's okay unleash unleash your rail gun of of knowledge on us in the comments you can go to overthinking dot com slash ot ip five zero nine that's over thinking it podcast five oh nine.

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"cline" Discussed on KMET 1490-AM

KMET 1490-AM

01:33 min | 2 years ago

"cline" Discussed on KMET 1490-AM

"When i read ready player one it was the most amazing flash forward and flashed back at the same time i was born in twenty twentyfive but i wish i'd grown up in the nineteen eighties and more i call my heroes i suddenly saw a future that ernest cline the writer the book envisioned it wasn't that far away from what i think is going to happen someday i live here in columbus ohio in two thousand forty five columbus is the fastest growing city on earth but it sure doesn't seem like it when you live in the stacks there's a distortion society and the fabric of our economy is crumbling it's a good time to escape so virtual reality will be a superdrug they called our generation the missing millions missing not because we went anywhere there's nowhere left to go nowhere except the away says i was very careful with ernie collaborating with me every step of the way to be able to find the movie narrative inside this dense forest of ernie's found imagination is being the ultimate toy box with all the toys in the world and then play in that with.

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