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Fresh update on "combs" discussed on Toronto Real Estate Unfiltered
"But yeah, an accidental structures I guarantee you that was common probably pre nineteen fifty, this particular group of townhouses yet. Came in late, the house built thirty a lot of the hosts were built before now through this plot of land that belong to the railway. Yes makes sense and then I, believe looking at this what the would was like I think they grabbed an old building that was real real late. Yes. or No relatives but rail appointments of Audie, they re purposed an old shabby, Celtic? Yes. Yeah. Does. So glad when it wasn't railway ties. Okay. Yeah. Of course not of. So what a story and obviously who knows what this might look like it might have. Some. Rescued pieces of an old railway in here and you might be able to. Stop. So that's why the divisional building the insole brick. which is still under that citing that was put on afterwards, Aulia. East. Your insult brick insurance people love it. Yes it. Actually on the back. Yes, he yes why change if covered by vinyl siding for most people's houses so you don't see it anymore, but it's that but in terms of people insurance anyways me over the US, what they hate insole brick. Asbestos Shingles and then after that vinyl siding like anything that is in brick. STUCCO that here so When I bought the House I had. It reshingled I personally cloudy and severance of plywood just to try and stabilize structure. But the four was in very bad shape. So this spring. With a little extra cova time. I pulled things up at a looked. Quickly realized it was too much work for me. So I called my favorite small contractor. Role Vanden break from three sixty renovations. Little program. And he and his crew came in and basically stabilize the whole structure. It's now on. Concrete there're beings below this floor that stabilize everything. So it's not going to our car crib park here now should I wouldn't put a car back I wouldn't probably because I think also there's a few things. Another interesting thing again, which I love I can talk to you about and you're right there with me East your combs Danforth area homes many of them have parking lanes that were almost like. The the almost weren't there by by on purpose it almost seems like they were just accident, but some of them are so tiny if you walk up and we made cars this small, what was the purpose and they split up at the back so you know there was some idea but it was like no planning whatsoever enforce in the back of the houses there is gate and offense that continues on. So yes, we're no room..
Dwayne 'The Rock' Johnson buys XFL for $15 million with partner RedBird Capital
"The Rock Johnson just kicked down fifteen million dollars for this -rageous happened right now, Mona The rock just bought some of the fifteen million dollars. He bought the xfl he bought the X. F.. Portico and a couple other news outlets profootballtalk one other one of the ones that are running with this. And he kicked down they'll pay a total of fifteen million dollars splitting the price equally with who else is he buying it with with? Your Boy Vincent Man Oh Heaven Vincent man going into into together. They're going to basically reform. triangularly and bring the xfl back and I'm thinking that you're commissioner, your voice, your face, your you know you're the guy that's going to sell it and bring it in resuscitate. This is going to be Wayne the Rock Johnson. that. That's a that's a good combination like it Russ you. Don't to like I don't hate the Rock I just think that he should do more in his. Ready to run through his social media for the next few years my God it's all we're gonNA hear Tequila in football hair. Better than. that. COMB. Song. Tequila. Hit Wow what he is he doesn't do things haphazardly. You know like he puts a lot of thought into everything that he does. Something partner with him is actually redbird capital, Dwayne the Rock Johnson and redbird capital of purchased on. This is hours before it was went to auction. He was GonNa go to oxygen today they bow. Press the buy it now price at fifteen million dollars and grabbed it and So I guess it was thirty they're splitting the difference I guess pay. PORTLAND. For we have a pandemic. Was it doing okay. Yes. It was. It was there was doing it was. Okay it was doing. All right. You had a couple markets. The Seattle team was doing really well I think the Saint Louis team was doing really well. So there was a couple of pockets of our teams that were doing really phenomenal. The product didn't look bad. Bad and then they had the you know they had the partners broadcast partners. It's I, mean you know if you're trying to usher this league in and it's a very expensive to try to start obviously professional football league there's been a ton of these guys are trying to start this. And so when you know pandemic hits and you're having to shut down operations in. Many things are going to survive that and especially Startup League. Yeah you get rock involved a lot of people like him her. I'm trying to think if it's you know. Everyone is running with Tequila and football.
Fresh update on "combs" discussed on The Bobby Bones Show
"Day like Luca Combs every time we play Luke on the 98 Portions of the following program were pre recorded transmitting from there. I mean, who would you say the best looking celebrity guys? Wow, probably Ryan Gosling. I like him a lot, but it comes in the number 10 on.
Country Star Luke Combs Marries Nicole Hocking: "Here's to Forever"
"Luke Combs, who got married. He had his fiancee, Nicole Hocking of Ah, I don't know where she's from. Got married on Saturday. It was an intimate ceremony at their house in southern Florida. And yes, they're gonna have a big, old fashioned part. When things get back to normal, like most, But she's a hottie too good looking for a guy like Luke Combs must be the singer,
Washington teen found in woods east of Seattle 8 days after going missing
"Days yesterday being the last day of the search in looking for this 18 year old teen who went missing here in Washington. Found alive yesterday on a steep creek in the wooded areas near index along highway to they did some more measurements to try to determine exactly where her phone was last. Got a signal because it's a dead area makes it really difficult for the tracking of cell phones that Sergeant Ryan Abbott with the King County Sheriff's Office GF Youto had run out of gas and we're looking for gas when she disappeared. Bloodhounds couldn't even keep up with her trail. Hundreds of volunteers comb too thick brush for nine days there. Along the highway to near index on the way to Steven's past. Finally, they found some clothing and then JIA alive. This would be a developing story last we heard she has been reunited with her family. She's taking some rest. And, of course, investigators along with search and rescue, want to hear more of her or deal. You're
Online Memorial Honors Filipino Health Care Workers Who Have Died Of COVID-19
"Jolene Lovitt has lost friends and family to cope in 19 She and other volunteers have been keeping track of Filipino healthcare workers who died from the disease worldwide. Their website is called Communion, which means shelter or refuge. It's an online memorial with pictures and stories of those who've been lost. Jolene livid joins us now from Los Angeles. Welcome to the program. Thank you for having me. So why don't you just start by telling me why created this online memorial? So the first week of stay at home orders? I lost my aunt who was a registered nurse. Her name is Rosary. Castro Olonga. And she passed away without being named. You know, for weeks. Two weeks later, I lost another aunts. They worked with my mother for 30 years in the I C u as registered nurses. So your mother is also a registered nurse. Yes, And as the days went on, we noticed that a lot of the health care workers unless there were independent journalists covering their family's stories. We were unable to identify them. And so there were a group of us. We got together and we started. Basically documenting everything confined. You talked about how many people with Philippine ancestries were dying on the front lines as health care workers. Are they over represented in the medical industry. Absolutely. Here in California. One in five registered nurses is of the looking ancestry in New York. So now we're talking about two hot spots of the pandemic, 34.4% of all Filipinos are actually in the healthcare industry. New York So we're highly over represented in the healthcare industry because of historic exclusion, except for health care professionals, for example, and educators that were allowed to migrate here, and that's why a lot of people choose this career path. That's correct. I know that in my family, there will be entire households that will save up tuition for one person to go through nursing school so that she can migrate abroad and support being rest of the entire family that's still back home in the Philippines. A main feature of the digital memorial are the numbers that you've collected. Can you tell us about the data you found United States has more than doubled the deaths of Philippine healthcare workers, then the Philippines itself. Wow, that's quite shocking. It is it is on the second highest number of deaths of health care professionals. Of Philippine ancestry is actually the United Kingdom again beating out the Philippines outside of this site. Are there really hard, fast numbers of deaths of Filipino healthcare workers, Filipinos in general and how they're impacted by this disease? There is a loose network of Filipino and Filipino American journalists that are attempting Tio collect numbers of all Filipinos that have fallen to probe it in the U. S on DH. In our research. We found a similar effort in the United Kingdom. But the Philippine government itself is not collecting those numbers where Filipino migrants reside. So, for example, the consulate here in the United States their number, it's missing like half of the names that we've been able to collect. Who knows how many stories you still haven't heard every single day. We're still combing the news. We're still checking to see if more testimony have been submitted by by loved ones. That was Julian livid founder of the website, Kong London, which tracks deaths of Filipino healthcare
And They Will Inherit It
"The film, salt of the Earth was made only a year or so after the strike and released in one, thousand, nine, hundred, eighty, four, it tells the story of our group of Mexican American miners to Ghana. Powerful mining company to demand their rights their fifteen month long strike includes some unexpected heroes and we'll explain that soon. But I you need to understand how radical the film was for the Nineteen Fifties. Politicians at the time were determined to root out secret communists from Hollywood. There were even public interrogation of filmmakers. Are you now have you ever been a member of the? Communist Party, this is audio of the interrogation of filmmaker Herbert Bieber Bearman in front of the House UNAMERICAN activities committee. To use this to. The motion, picture industry and. The Right? Not only be be Berman ended up serving time in prison and was blacklisted in Hollywood because of his suspected communist sympathies, and then he made salt of the Earth along with two other men who also been blacklisted. It seems pretty clear that salt of the Earth was an act of defiance. The government had sanctioned the filmmakers for his sympathies. So they made a movie that was unapologetically leftist. In one thousand, nine, hundred, fifty, four, the film was so controversial, only a few theaters across the US would show it. Salt of the Earth was essentially buried from public sight for decades. But in one thousand, nine, hundred seventies, she gano and feminist movements embraced the Phil. They saw it as an example of what social justice movements could actually look like. In two, thousand, eighteen producer. Traveled to Grant County New Mexico to uncover the story of what would come to be called the Empire Zinc strike. He wanted to find out how is sleepy mining town erupted into protest, and if almost seventy years later, anyone still remembers Sayer give them is going to take it from here. Before I tell you about what things are like in county. Now, I'm GonNa, tell you the story about how things were and we're going to start with our to Florida's. He was an important figure in the empire's ING strikes. Please come in. Thank you. My Dad Arthur. Florida's one hundred years old. One of the first. President Sir Locally. Local. Late Ninety is the name of the miners union in Grant County. By the way, we're going to hear about it a lot and our to Florida's was a union leader there in the nineteen fifties. Here, it's OK. Okay. I ever I have no problem with talking. Hundred. Be. Dumb. You're doing just fine. Sits in a wheelchair. His thin silver hair is neatly combed. His son. Larry leaves out a set of old photographs on the table. Here's head. Here's some of the actors from the movie, Clint Man Walking Out of the Union Hall Women Flannels and big brimmed hats smiling triumphantly at the camera. There's two is a full head of thick black hair. The photo is labeled local eight, Ninety Activists Nineteen fifty-three.
Trump's tanking in the polls
"Anzalone, welcome to campaign HQ David Blah always good to hear your voice. Yeah, you and I met I back in Iowa back in the eighties, not to date ourselves, but the answer. Let me start with this. Let's talk about swing voters for minute. Obviously Joe Biden is doing. Incredibly well in public polls I'd assume he's also doing well in your own polling correct. Yeah I think that it's fair to say that. We're seeing a lot of what the public polls are showing that you know. This is in some ways I. Mean you've seen you've been through a lot of presidential campaigns, and as you said, we've been in this together for over thirty years, so we've seen a lot of historical data and quite frankly what we're seeing right in the public bowls and internal is. Is pretty historic right, so let's start with what we might consider. The Swing Voter Side of the ledger, and then we'll talk about some of the turn out registration targets, so you know you have been part of campaigns world. We Lost White Seniors by twenty points. We a static. You guys right now. white seniors or tied of which means with seniors overall your head. Talk about that like why is that? How much of that do you think it'd be maintained over the next fifteen weeks? I think that there's a couple of things you know. When we take a look at swing, voters There's actually like four really important groups that. You know everyone wants to compare how Biden's doing public Poland's with Hillary but what's really interesting about key group set of moved from sixteen. Is that Biden's not only doing much better and leading in most polling with Voters over sixty five, but he's leading with suburbanites. He's leading with independence, and he's leading with college voters, and so those are like four really important groups that not only did trump win, but is you know Romney won right and so listen? These presidential candidates. Have Different coalition I mean people like to talk about the Obama coalition in. It's important. But Biden's coalition, GonNa look different and clearly part of this started in two thousand, eighteen where we saw suburban women Super White Women College Educated Women but also college educated men really move. I mean take a look at Gretchen Whitmer who is a a a client of ours in places like Oakland County Right She also wanted to Comb County Reagan Democrats which is interesting, which also biting one in the primary, so we're seeing these swing. Voters these groups that Biden is bringing around that is different than the coalitions that we've seen. Seen in the past while at the same time narrowing margins within the Republican base with white voters and also rural voters, and keeping on par with our democratic base, right with young voters in women, and so You know when you, of course you know two thousand eight you. You saw this I. Mean when you are moving, and you have a moment, or if you sustain that moment, you tend to do well almost everywhere, meaning that even in the Republican base voters, rural voters and things like that, you tend to narrow the margins, and they're on margins. In tough places. Is just as important as doing well in some of these other swing areas. Now just specifically unseen Yars I. Listen, you know we see trump's jump rating just getting worse and worse on handling the coronavirus eppendorf pandemic clearly seniors Vulnerable the most at risk, and I think they're reacting directly to that risk in terms of feeling like he didn't get serious enough. He didn't listen to medical experts. He didn't have a plan and now with the kind of the surge feel like he's put his head in the sand and I think it's just cost him dearly with that largest age bracket the motor sixty five, and over the last Democratic presidential candidate to win sixty five and over. Is Al Gore so that Kinda gives you an idea. Of! How important this is! Yeah, reminded. Every election is its unique beast so on whether it's seniors suburban voters, you mentioned both college educated women and men Joe Biden right now, doing extremely well. Two questions for you John Do you think he's close to his ceiling there and the job really for your campaign is to maintain those numbers. Do you think there's room to grow? And secondly just how durable do think it is? Do you think that some of these voters are already locked in and is going to be really hard for trump to dislodge them? You get a feeling that where we are today. is very difficult for trump and listen first of all we should say we. We all have a collective PTSD right from two thousand sixteen, and so none of us are getting overseas, but at the same time you know you have to acknowledge the good polls because you know, there's a couple of things that are different from where Joe Biden is from past democratic nominees, including Barack Obama and and twelve. In that, he's also at fifty percent. Right at this point in time whatever what hundred four days and you know there's been no Democrat or Republican candidate you go all the way back to two thousand who's reached that threshold and so you know that's really import. The other part is is that Joe. Biden isn't scary to voters. I mean that's one reason he's leaving with independence. And if you take a look at I don't know the NBC Paul I think is is a good example or one of the most recent ones where I think it's the Fox foxhole. We're Biden is actually above water popularity. Naturally trump is underwater, but trump's very unfavorable is at forty seven percents, and binding I. Think is at thirty one. There's win been one thing that I think when they write about Joe Biden in the primary and the general election is the stability of his vote, right? It really hasn't moved that much. I mean trump's has moved down during the primary I mean. We're biden kind of started at the beginning. He ended at the end. It was very stable. Other people moved all around, but Joe Biden was incredibly stable and I think. Think that we're GONNA see that same dynamic here and we have really in the last several months. The Joe Biden's vote has been incredibly stable it's in a couple of points to the fifty percent mark. trump has moved down right and that is that is a good thing but the stability is important for Joe Biden. One is how voters view him and to how voters view trump. You know there was the I think it was the B. Poll that showed fifty percent of voter said there was no chance at all that they would vote for trump, and so your question is you know, will biden's numbers remain stable, and there just seems to be a universe of voter that is completely cut off from trump and it's because of how people you him prior. Let's think about this. Let's dissect prior to the pandemic. People you know we always heard the same thing. Whether it was you know for for Biden. Her for US Senate race for a congressional race. Is that people disliked? His behavior is tweeting his bowling. He was a jerk They basically just didn't like him as a human being, but hey, you know it's not like some of his agenda and his policies. They like how he took on. The median shook things up in Washington, DC. Now they're problem with him. Is Not only behavior how he reacted in a protest and things like that doubling down. Of Racism but their main problem is. Is that they feel that he failed the leadership test on the three crises, whether it was the health and crisis, whether it was the police brutality protests crisis, and now the economic crisis, which is hurting his economic numbers, and so they're now viewing him His biggest problem isn't just his behavior which they haven't forgotten. It's his lack of leadership or his mishandling of these crisis, so three and a half years in their judging him president. President. They're not judging him as a personality. That is his biggest problem right now, and you know I don't think that you know that's going to change. I think that we have a couple more crises potentially coming very soon, college kids and K. through twelve kids start going to school and mid August and you know it's GonNa be It's going to be really a a really tense time. I think it's GonNa. Be a problem for a lot of communities, a lot of states, a lot of holds and that is the problem. They're going to squarely put. On trump because he didn't take this series at the beginning, you didn't listen to medical experts. He didn't have a plan. And that's a problem I mean. We have more crises coming quite frankly. Yeah, now that's that's a great point and your point about his very under favorable I mean if he's sailing into voting time in late September and October with forty seven percent, unfavorable lombardo grounds He's really up against a wall there so John. I, think one of the mistakes. Sometimes you can make whether it's politics. Are Businesses your opponent? Your competition does something puts. Puts out, an ad or new strategy and you know you're like well. That's dumb and of course I've learned like you better. Take a minute and think through why they think it's smart right, but on this suburban thing what what strikes it's almost like trump got a briefing saying you're hemorrhaging the suburbs and he's like Ooh I. Know what I'll say. I'M GONNA say Joe Biden is going to destroy the so like. Do you see any evidence that that tactic which seems to be front and Center for trump, and his campaign now has any chance of succeeding. Listen I think that you know you and I have been through a lot of campaigns, and when you're in a campaign where you're behind, and you're behind eight or ten points, what do you do you just kinda start throwing things at the wall and he tends to throw things at the wall I. Mean You know in one week? He's hitting us on. China I mean all paid TV the next week. He's in his on. You Know Nafta now. Now, he didn't on defunding the police and so they try a lot of different things out right but the fact is is that trump was up on TV in the battleground states for a couple of months prior awesome. You sure what the number is, but I think it's close to fifty million dollars. We never saw the numbers. Move I. Mean you see that in the public calling right? I mean our numbers actually got better. His numbers got worse even though he was on TV by himself and very high levels as well as with his allies, and so you know now. We're on TV. So now we're in a position to you. Know have our own message. Ever Own Voice of voters see what Biden's about What's his agenda and his vision and again we don't see any deterioration a matter of fact, if the last ten days are any indication and again we don't you know. We don't get over our skis on this but the. The. Number of polls have showed this in double digits. is a good place to be. It doesn't mean that we're not gonNA work hard doesn't mean we don't take anything for granted. We know that we just gotTa fight for every vote and we know that it's going to get closer because that's what thing, but that's just. The natural physics of presidential races but I think that again it goes to the opponent meaning Joe Biden. clearly isn't Hillary Clinton. You were talking about very unfavorable in two thousand sixteen. Trump's very unfavorable was forty seven percent, and Hillary's was forty five percents, so there was a lesser of two evils dynamic. Going on, you always see this kind of analysis of what they call double haters, people who dislike both candidate. Well you can't call them double haters this time because they are. They hate trump, but they just kinda just like Joe. Biden are they dislike politics? Right is so his very unfavorable with that group is you know literally I? Think it's a quarter of trump's, and he wins that group by forty plus points depending on the pulled that you see, and that's actually really important again. They don't see Joe Biden scary. They see him as a compassionate relatable. Guy you know they keep the fact that he's lunch Pail Joe and he's a guy. WHO's GONNA look out. For Working Families and he is, you know someone that one. The trump and their allies throw punches. you know they? They're not sticking like their sticking and past presidential campaign. Right, so I WANNA. Talk about filling in the blanks on Joe. Biden, what you guys have started to do, but I want on I. WanNa talk about battlegrounds from and so you made an important point. which is you know when you've got momentum? Momentum in a campaign particularly national campaign. You see you see you see progress everywhere. It's just not in a particular state or region, so I a couple of questions one. Are you seeing with swing voters in particular? Are you seeing the same strength for Joe Biden in the south in the Midwest and the West and I guess secondly I would've thought. Let's say ninety days ago hundred twenty days ago, trump's floors, floor and battlegrounds. Forty six. It looks like it may be lower. So what do you think is I? Mean I agree with you that you know when you see a poll right now. That shows Biden fifty forty. You know the other ten percents gotta go somewhere. And you know probably more of that comes to trump it goes to you guys because you're bumping up against a pretty pretty good and healthy ceiling, but I'm curious kind of what where? Where you see both, is there uniformity in terms of the movement across the country and secondly kind of? Where do you see trump's floor now? Yeah, well, I do think that there's again. We you know you can talk about Joe Biden's feeling, but really when you look at it, historically all the way back to two thousand is just presidential candidates ceilings I mean there's not a lot of presidential candidates who've gotten over fifty percent. Who won right and so the fact that we're in this divided country and there are third party. Candidates who siphoned off universe. Hopefully it won't be as much as two thousand sixteen, and we don't think that it will be but the ceiling is is is almost as close to fifty or a little above for almost everyone right I mean that just kinda historically has how it's happened. Happened in the battleground states like you, you say whether it's Michigan Pennsylvania Wisconsin Florida Arizona I, mean he's having trouble getting to the mid forties right I, mean he in places like Michigan and Pennsylvania in Wisconsin in the real clear politics or the fivethirtyeight average of polls, he stood at forty, one and forty two percent now Florida in Arizona and in North Carolina or Kinda GonNa Act like Florida. And North Carolina in Arizona, they're they're always going to be tighter. Right I mean like Scott Ours no always says Florida tight and that's true now we haven't. You in a lead that's above the margin of error. That hasn't happened very often. That, you and I have done enough Florida. politics polling to know that that is a state that tends to tighten up again. I think that we have. An advantage there because of how we're doing with seniors, and we're competing David I. Mean you know it's like this campaign is going to look a lot like you to you like two thousand eight because of where we're competing? The balanced expansion. In the media markets in Florida, well, where do you WanNa? See I mean I. Remember Two thousand like it was yesterday we were. We were up on TV at high levels. Competing with McCain wear Panama City Talahassee. Jacksonville Gainesville, we were fighting the fight in the panhandle. Right and you know. I mean protect protect I four and all that type of stuff. You GotTa do well Miami Dade Palm Beach etc, but when you see a campaign competing against the Republican in the Republican areas That's what you gotTA. Do to win a place like Florida, and a lot of campaigns often have to make the cost benefit analysis, or make the bad decisions, and this campaign, because it's been under great leadership and the reason, a lot of money gives you the ability to run the race. You need to run to win, right? So I want to just ask you quickly third party because you mentioned it and you live through this horror in two thousand sixteen, where trump could win states like Wisconsin with forty seven point two percent of the vote because the third party vote share was. Higher than historical averages right now in your research and it seems to be true in public research. You're seeing that those numbers may revert more to two percent or less that we've gotten used to write, and that's huge because your ceiling is higher than trump's. I would guess at this point right and so I think that I think that this is how I look at that and you know I mean when you pull when you add third party candidates two point, they always get more on the pole than they actually do on election day right I mean. That's just kind of the dynamic, and so you know you have to. You have to test things a bunch of different ways. But I think there's one thing that we all kind of instinctively know that in two thousand sixteen. There were how a lot of voters Bernie voters etc. WHO stayed at home? WHO VOTED FOR GARY? Johnston voted for Jill Stein and ninety nine percent of them who vote did one of those three things were ninety nine percent. Sure that Hillary Clinton was going to be president, and so they were doing a protests about. those voters now know what's at stake. And they're You know their their enthusiasm. If you will to get vote or get, trump out of office is incredibly high. It's an incredibly intense, and so I think that that dynamic and quite frankly Bernie Sanders and his campaign and the Joe Biden and his campaign have worked together on a plethora of issues. will make the dynamics here much different so we don't see that bleed, and and internally we see we see that you know. Joe Biden just has better with Bernie Voters Than Hillary Clinton did in two thousand sixteen well does tighten up. That's going to be such an important dynamic. So, You mentioned You know the Biden campaign. has a very expansive electoral map again. Something we might not have expected months ago. and you know those are pretty weighty decisions. You're involved in those decisions with General. Molly Dylan and Donald other leadership in the campaign, but John when you think about the places that look now plausible. Not Win them, but you know Georgia in other poll out in Texas today publicly had Biden Upright one Ohio Iowa those are likely not going to be in. My view is two hundred seventy electoral vote, but do you think there's a scenario where you could get surprise? Where maybe you don't win in north, Carolina and Georgia, or is there really a stack ranking on these states? Well as you know, there's always a stack ranking and you were at the you know. Know Genesis in two thousand twelve of analytics right, and so there's a there's a lot of simulations things that you know you and I didn't learn about growing up in this business and there's and there's tipping points, states and things like that. I think that at the end of the day again. The leadership of this campaign is incredibly focused and disciplined, and you can see where we're buying TV. It's public and it's always you know reported on. You know we're very focused on the six battleground states, and you know until you know, they move on to another state. We will be focused on those six states in a very disciplined way, because that is the ball game I think that what's difficult for trump is that he's not only communicating in those six days. He is playing defense right now in Ohio and Iowa, so he is spending a lot of money in Ohio in Iowa. Just protecting himself he's also up in Nevada right, which I don't understand, but you know, right. Right and so she's the one that is actually expanding a lot of money. and I can't say in an undisciplined way. He is in trouble, so he has to expand his hip protected. He has to expand but right now. the Joe Biden campaign is very disciplined and very focused and you know will there be expansion states. You know there's a big map on the wall just like there is you know in two thousand, eight and twelve and sixteen, but you gotta be careful, and you have to be very analytical about doing that.
Suspect in shooting of federal judge's son and husband at her New Jersey home has died, sources say
"A gunman posing as a delivery person shot and killed of the 20 year old son of a federal judge and wounded her husband at their New Jersey home before fleeing, Chief District Judge Freda Wolfson told the AP. The shooting at the north runs of a comb of U. S District Judge Esther Solace killed her son, Daniel. The judge's husband, defense lawyer Mark Andrew, was injured. Now Investigators are examining a possible connection between the shooting in the body of a man found dead from an apparent self inflicted gunshot wound in Sullivan County, New York that, according to a law enforcement
Verizon's Comeback Coach - Helping Small Businesses Recover After Coronavirus
"These are particularly hard time for running any kind of business especially during a pandemic, and if you're a small business owner, listen up. Verizon is launching a new initiative called Comeback Coach and Tammy Irwin the CEO of horizon businesses here with us to tell us all about it. Hey tammy. Hi, thanks so much for taking the time to have the conversation today. Sure Philipson I'm comeback coach. Jefferson Lincoln watching Kobe very directly over the last several months, and we've seen the direct impact that so many small businesses have. Seen as result of Cova in combat coaches really intended. To bring the strengths of verizon and help customers, small businesses particular with connectivity, collaboration, security, but more importantly give them the information the tools that they need to really accelerate their recovery. What we know is sixty percent of small businesses bleed. They'll recoup, and we want to be part of helping them. Make that happen. So gimme Gimme a hypothetical. I have a bakery on main street some in somewhere USA. And you know sales have have dramatically fallen by seventy five percent. How does the Comeback Coach healthy? Yes, so a couple of ways, comeback coaches really designed to be coaching and what it does. Is it really allows us to? It's a three month program where we're going to pair small businesses, though thank combed eight other Baker in a small town, USA one of my favorite places to visit and we'll take a three month period of time and pair about business with leaders who really lead in small business. Business and help them with what are the things actions that they need to take? That will accelerate their comeback so whether it's technology whether it's finance whether it's how they think about advertising media. We're going to help them. Really design that with the Comeback Coach program. It sounds like one of those TV shows where the expert comes in to help the bar restaurant except that you're not gonNA. Have any drama, right? Exactly no drama I might eat the doughnuts, but no drama. Okay tell us about verizon business you know a lot of us think of just rising as the wireless Internet the Wireless Company and as as our Internet provider. What is rising business to? Yet Brennan Business really is designed to meet the needs of business customers whether small medium business, customers, global enterprise, customers or city state and local customers in our public sector We think about connectivity in Mali oftentimes think about verizon wireless as wireless. Only we deliver broadband connectivity, and then really for businesses. It's about winning above connectivity. It's about securities so important right now. Now, particularly for small businesses we think about some video collaboration tools that they require to be successful. Blue Jeans is a recent acquisition for US media needs of customers on some of their collaboration and video capabilities, so verizon is really representative of having an end to end suite of products to meet the needs of business customers bid him small or global enterprise. Let me. Take you back to come back coach. How do people apply? We're GONNA get the details out on our website, so watch the website for the details. We're doing a lot on our website today to really help small businesses, and we'll give you an example today If you go to the small to our website, you will see twenty webinars that we've hosted for small businesses so what I would say. If you're a small business user, don't wait. You can go there today for good helpful tips participate in those webinars and then get the details on comeback coach how you apply. We've had a great program. Pay It forward lie where we've paid out. to four hundred small businesses cash donations, so the website is the place to learn about. Verizon is doing including comeback coach for small businesses now is that website for rising business dot, com OR VERIZON DOT COM? You can get a brazen dot com. Just click the business. Lincoln take you directly there. All right TAMMY IRWIN CEO of rise in business. Thanks so much for being on talking tech with us.
NFL’s Washington DC Redskins To Retire Name And Logo After 87 Years
"Team, located in Washington will no longer become what they've been combed for many years. Johnstone this explains. A statement by the team said that after a thorough review that began on July 3rd The team would be quote retiring the Redskins name and logo. The team did not announce a new name, and it's unclear exactly when that will happen. Washington's now retired nicknamed dated back to 1933 when the franchise was based in Boston. Native American experts and other critics have long decried the team's name is a dictionary defined racial slur. Owner Daniel Snyder had previously set on multiple occasions that he would never change the team name. Pressure from companies like FedEx, Pepsi and other sponsors appears to have resulted in a 1 80 for Snyder and the franchise. John
Teams search for 'Glee' star Naya Rivera at California lake
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Teams search for 'Glee' star Naya Rivera at California lake
"A search continues in over southern California lake four star of the TV show glee people using helicopters drones and all terrain vehicles up combing a lake about fifty five miles northwest of Los Angeles they're looking for signs of nioh Rivera the actress who rented a pontoon boat with her son the voice says his mom went into the water and did not come back out one official says it's clear the case appears to be a drowning Rivera played Santana Lopez a singing cheerleader on glee a musical comedy the show aired on fox from two thousand nine to twenty fifteen she appeared in a hundred and thirteen of those episodes I'm Oscar wells Gabriel
Alex Halberstadt: "Young Heroes of the Soviet Union: A Memoir and a Reckoning"
"In the course of my reading. I found a recently published book by a writer who frequently appears in The New Yorker New York magazine in many of the glossies. He's a wonderful writer. His name is Alex. how number stat? He was born in the Soviet Union when it was the Soviet Union and he's written. A cross between memoir and history called Young Heroes of the Soviet Union. Since I, am myself of Russian descent and I know some little about what it was like to grow. Walk in the Soviet Union. I found the book. Fascinating. When learned. In its first stone ten pages. Than Alex Humber stance grandfather was one of Stalin's personal bodyguards. That he in this book would travel to the Soviet Union. To meet this previously, UNMET! This grandfather once combed his hair and gave him a bath. How old were you? Then I was three months old Michael. and. You had barely spent time with your biological father because he stayed in the Soviet Union while you and your mother and your mother's parents came to America. Yes, that's right, Michael? How old were you then? I was nine years old. And where did you lands? How did it go? Well we left Moscow in the fall of nineteen, seventy nine, and after about six months Austria in Italy. We ended up in Queens County New York. In addition to all the other things. I have in common with the writer of the spoke Alex. Halberstadt I grew up in Queens to not the same part of Queens and you grew up in the projects. Yes, I did I grew up in the ravens, wood houses, which were part of New York City public housing. Your family was helped to America by an agency. Whose what would you call it? Specialties central issue was helping Russian Jews to leave Russia. Yes, that's correct. It was called highest the Hebrew International Aid Society, and it's still it's still going strong and actually doing a lot of activism right now, behalf of immigrants and refugees now. Wake my audience up. What is it like for? Alex Halberstadt to wake up and find himself in America having grown up near to Moscow. was. It was wonderful. I'M NOT GONNA lie, you know as as a nine and ten year old I thought America was amazing. It was every every kid's dream. You know unlimited consumer goods based. Professional wrestling on television now it was really it was. It was a wonderland. You grew up. In Russia what did the Russian novel mean to you control? It was a huge. Influence on my life does go ski in particular but Tolstoy, so tell me about your relation to the Great Russian literature. I think my relationship was a little ambivalent I tried to read. And I think, I have read most of tolstoy industy upscale entered. In, Russia which took. Eventually started to take a lot longer than it did in English and I loved reading those books. But it kind of you know. I found that also a little confusing because it kind of. I think in some ways overlapped with my experience of having grown up in Russia and kind of taught me about kind of the version of Russia that I was that I only got to know through books. I lived there in the nineteen seventies during the heyday of Soviet Union. You know surrounded by. Socialist realism and this was kind of a rush that I was only getting to know through books innocent I? Think one the things that fascinates me about your book young. Heroes of the Soviet Union it's an memo R- and reckoning the subtitles The You Come. To consciousness. After the death of what I was taught growing up was the great solve fullness of Russia. The Soviet Union. With the secret police and the thongs. parentally, your grandfather was a murderous thug. he certainly was. Who was himself. Murdering Jews and the other so headed your family. Your mother's side was Jewish. Yes, yes, so what happens then to the Russians so? The Russian soul. Well, you know it's funny. A part of writing this book was kind of trying to reckon a I think it's subtitled reckoning because. It was an attempt to reckon with what that country means. WHOA, how Howard was formed, and it's also a nation of readers, a nation of people who? Love jokes anecdotes, and you know they are indeed a very soulful. People, but also simultaneously it is a country that has an uninterrupted history of despotism of cruelty of. Secret Police of. The government that treats its people essentially as vassals, and you know so it is, it is a very. Confusing and ambivalent legacy, you
Crocs Are Making a Comeback, Birkenstocks Arent Far Behind
"Whether you love them or hate them. crocs are having a moment again. The whole ridden plastic clogs are being billed as the issues of summer twenty twenty celebrities like Arianna `Grande Miley Cyrus, and even the Duchess of Cambridge Herself Kate. Middleton have been seen trotting around in them lately, so it's no wonder that in June. Yahoo Life reported that searches for crocs jumped thirty two percent month over month and outdoor magazine recently proclaimed crocs the perfect outdoor shoe. But crocs wasn't always such a fashion darling. Just a few years ago, the shoes were intensely polarizing. It seemed you either love your crocs or hated them. They were even the subject of a meme that said to paraphrase those little holder where your dignity leaks out. Yikes, so what's behind the comeback? Pandemic? Chic certainly helped as we reported in May. Stay at home orders had. Had People Trading Office where for extreme comfort and crocs certainly fit the bill. It was the only shoe brand among the thirty brands tracked by research firm in DP group to record sales increases in March and April the street reports, but crocs started social climbing long before covid nineteen in recent years. The brand has updates style game in addition to the Fred Flintstone S. You can now find crocs, sandals, flats, and boots among other styles, smart collaborations in limited edition offerings have also helped. Make crocs cool again. This year designed partnerships with rapper post Malone and country singer Luke combs fueled a blockbuster earning streak footwear news reported. The Malone Limited design was bolstered by successful tick. Tock promotion a February collaboration with KFC. Yes, the fried chicken chain was a sales in social media smash in June. The clock designed by actor and model Ruby Rose for pride month sold out another part of. Of crocs appeal is that they can be customized with Jim its charms. These colorful adornments snap into the holes in the shoes. Charms range from initials and symbols to characters, and even fried chicken pieces, so fans can use their shoes to make a statement, and while crocs is enjoying record earnings and a brand new headquarters in Broomfield Colorado. They've got some stiff competition from. From the granddaddy of ugly shoes, yes, berkinstocks wants the footwear of hippies and those with unfortunate orthopedic issues. BERKINSTOCKS are back in vying for their spot in the sun. Celebrities like Jason Momoa Shirley's Thera, and Kendall, Jenner all have been sporting burks lately. Birkenstock is another master collaborator. The brand teamed up with luxury brands, Valentino and pro enza schooler for special collections most recently birkenstock. BIRKENSTOCK TEAMED UP WITH STEFANOS PILATES random identities brand for a niche line that footwear news calls destined for cult status, and apparently other manufacturers think the ugly shoe market has room to grow brands. teva Maryland others are introducing their own takes on the water shoe approx like plastic shoe with holes all to much acclaim, because as one New, York, times headline proclaimed Weird Times Call for even weirder shoes.
Amazon Pulls Washington Redskins Merch As Pressure Grows To Change Team Name
"Amazon, saying it's pulling Washington Redskins football merchandise from its website. Here's Comb. O Seu Romero is after State Attorney General Bob Ferguson wrote a letter to Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos urging him to stop selling the NFL merchandise that he says uses a quote racial slur against Native Americans. In the letter, Ferguson acknowledged other big companies like FedEx, Nike and Dicks. Sporting goods are also calling for a team name change. The team announced last week that it had started A thorough review of its
6-Year-Old Boy Shot to Death in Northeast Philadelphia
"A six year old boy is dead after being shot in the chest Sunday afternoon in northeast Philadelphia. It happened around one o'clock in the homes, Berg neighborhood. Philadelphia Police Commissioner Danielle Outlaw told NBC 10 that investigators are still combing through evidence still trying to piece together what exactly happened interviewing witnesses. Several kids worth E. Kendrick Street home when the boy was shot, along with at least one adult or as an adult in the home with the Children. The six year old and other younger Children and the neighbor transported that adult and the young boy to the hospital sources say Police are investigating whether one of two Children present accidentally shot the boy. Adults inside the home are being
6-Year-Old Boy Shot to Death in Northeast Philadelphia
"A six year old boy is dead after being shot in the chest Sunday afternoon in northeast Philadelphia. It happened around one o'clock in the homes, Berg neighborhood. Philadelphia Police Commissioner Danielle Outlaw told NBC 10 that investigators are still combing through evidence still trying to piece together what exactly happened interviewing witnesses. Several kids worth E. Kendrick Street home when the boy was shot, along with at least one adult or as an adult in the home with the Children. The six year old and other younger Children and the neighbor transported that adult and the young boy to the hospital sources say Police are investigating whether one of two Children present accidentally shot the boy. Adults inside the home are being interviewed.
Seattle protest: Two women seriously injured by car
"Are hospitalized, one with life threatening injuries after being hit by a car while protesting last night in Seattle. State Patrol is looking into why a man went around a blockade to run down a crowd of protesters on I five combos. Nick Papa breaks down What happened? There's still much to look into, as investigators continue to comb through the evidence and talk with different witnesses who were on the freeway. When that car drove through those protestors, one person we spoke with who was on I five when this happened. Said the car was driving so fast. A lot of people didn't have time to react when it was coming right toward them Using a tragedy like this, and it really tears your heart out. He has an independent journalist based in Seattle. Mark Taylor can field has been covering these demonstrations since May 30th he says Last night was only the second time he's followed the protests on toe five. That he heard it was intended to be a short demonstration. I heard someone say a car a car, so I just want out of the lane after one in the morning, A white car had gotten onto the freeway after it had been closed because of the protests driving south. I ran right into two people. It was a terrible thank you. Witness, according to the Washington State Patrol, the driver of the car that drove away from the scene before being stopped near Edgar Martinez Drive south. One victim, a 24 year old woman from Seattle is in critical condition, and a 32 year old Bellingham woman is in serious condition. Seattle Mayor Jenny Durkan is reacting to the horrific protester incident. She says. Our city stands behind the victim's friends, families and loved ones and praying for these women and all who were there who witnessed the event.
Two protesters hit by car on I-5 in Seattle
"One with life threatening injuries after being hit by a car while protesting last night. State Patrol is looking into why men went around a barricade to run down a crowd of protesters on I five in Seattle comas. Nick Problem breaks down What happened? There's still much to look into, as investigators continue to comb through the evidence and talk with Different witnesses who were on the freeway when that car drove through those protestors, one person we spoke with who was on I five when this happened, said the car was driving so fast. A lot of people didn't have time to react when it was coming right toward them Using a tragedy like this, and it really tears your heart out. He has an independent journalist based in Seattle. Mark Taylor can field has been covering these demonstrations since May 30th. He says last night was only the second time he's followed the protests on the I five that he heard. It was intended to be a short demonstration. I heard someone say a car, a car, so I jumped out of the lane after one in the morning. A white car had gotten onto the freeway after it had been closed because of the protests driving South. It ran right into two people. It was a terrible thank you. Witness, according to the Washington State Patrol, the driver of the car that drove away from the scene before being stopped near Edgar Martinez drive South. One victim, a 24 year old woman from Seattle is in critical condition and a 32 year old Bellingham woman is in serious condition. Seattle Mayor Jenny Durkan is reacting to the horrific protester incident, she says Our city stands beside the victim's friends, families and loved ones and praying for these women and all who were there who witnessed the event. A
"combs" Discussed on Trek Capsule
"A a little thin plastic helmet that had to be attached to my head before makeup was put on. That thing didn't quite fit very well. And the first few times I was relying quite a bit on aspirin or Tylenol or anything they could give me because it was a bit like a vice on my head but they went back and kind of conformed it to you know like my actual size of my head and you know. I had some relief. I'll a little bit distracting. Because they're in the right up the top part of my neck on the back of my skulls little gearbox With a radio control on my bill wire down my neck to a radio box control the antenna and the little gearbox had a little worrying gears in there. I was very afraid that that would be you know. In the middle of a dialogue I would here and get distracted by but honestly once the cameras were rolling. I don't ever ever recall hearing the gearbox so I'm just have been in I must have just zero down into a place where I wasn't hearing. And fortunately you know the other concern was that it would that the microphone. The boom up ahead up above my head with pick it up too but They managed to get around that to the forty. Four hundred unfortunately was just canceled. But I'd love your character and his relationship with summer summer and the show. It was very much like David and Lisa kind of relationship and I really liked that. That's a that's A. That's a good analogy for us. As sort of Amaze September sort of romance I like the victory of it. I liked it. They were sort of spiritually deeply. Committed to each other. But we didn't have to get into the specifics of are they. Is it a platonic? Relationship is the physical. It didn't matter it's not important. What's important is that they were there for each other time. Space Continuum had absolutely nothing. Nothing to do with how they related or felt about each other but they knew you knew that they were deeply devoted to each other. Having said that you know I talked with the IRA. And he said if he could've because of her availability summer was sort of obligated to the Sarah Connor chronicles. He would have got married in the last episode. But we weren't able to do that so that was sort of an interesting fact that I didn't know he was thinking about house. A reanimated is supposed to be coming out this year. Is it no? It's not it's not. Is it being made? That's not up so much of that question and speak speaking of question though I do have one about your is league question. I thought that was great. One of your best performances. Even though it was just your voice obvious thank you I I love that. I love that Being part of that I don't really pursue voice over work They they kind of came to me and asked me if I I would do that so I was thrilled to do it. It was always nice to go into those recording sessions. Because you really never knew who was going to be in there. You know. Virginia Madsen or Robert Forster or was just always an really nice surprise. That guy so cool you know. That's a whole other technique Voice over stuff but the challenging one enjoy it. They drew your well to not my world have no control over that it was cool with Fedora. And everything that's an addition to voice over work. You have done at least one audiobook. I have a recording of reading the complete reanimator series by. Hp lovecraft did you. Was that your project yourself. Yeah that was just mine. That was a long time ago. I kinda forgotten about that. Yeah just kind of a long time ago. I thought that someone ought to maybe just do a book on tape of the original lovecraft tale. I had to add it some of it because it was a serial who is in a pulp magazine and recaps. You can't really read. All of them gets rather Repetitive so I did some judicious editing as I went along. But hopefully it's It's of a piece as laissez. Les Question Is there anything that you're working on that we can afford a senior. I leaving next week to go Louisiana. Shoot a movie called the darkest evil I actually find sort of a funny title as opposed to what he the lighter evil. The it's selley title but Darker Stephen and I just got through doing a voiceover actually for a a a comic book that they're going to you not really make live action but sort of the panels and with voiceover kind of a cool Comic Book called the night driver just a very dark sort of New Orleans kind of night. Gallery sort of thing look up on the Internet. It's kind of cool definitely catch all of Jeffrey Combs Work Best Place. I think is probably accent has all the Star Trek series available and actually a few years ago. He was doing a one man. Show is Edgar Allan Poe. I hope some of you had the privilege to catch that. Hi I'm George. Decay and I listened to sci-fi Talk..
"combs" Discussed on Couple Things with Shawn and Andrew
"And we Kinda mutual friends We were dating other people so never like when And then We were down in Florida for songwriters. Chestful we're we were single. And he kinda just. I was leaving a songwriter around and he was walking up late to it and I was just like hey come like hang out with us like why are you by yourselves bad too and do you remember what you're wearing exactly? Oh Yeah can you explain it? Cammo gym shorts from Walmart per I mean. Hey lassen classy stuff and then like at the oldest t-shirt shirt that I own probably Ross wire holes in it. Oh No. Don't be before that vintage now. So you're actually on trend. How that actually uppermost off the demote as the gym shorts for only like five dollars so I love. You always thrifty. Yes like hanging out after that. We hung out her house. Just like high gets the sky and so we just kind of charge talking. Kunert this back in two thousand sixteen. We are that yes. That doesn't yes dating. It might sound creepy for me to say that but that is what the Wikipedia said. So if it's guessing it's Luke wikipedia about myself the other day and I'm like this is all wrong. Have you seen? Have you guys seen some fan made a youtube video about your guys relationship? Have you seen this low? A. They start to finish a highly recommend. It's great it's Great Docu series. It's creepy like monotone. It's like Luke met Nicole in two thousand sixteen. They'll make fun of guy. Yeah Hey listen. I was checking on interview about the song beautiful crazy and I understand the first. That song was written about Nicole and understand the first time you've played it for her. You made sure that she had a friend there. Can you talk to us about that strategy? Because I really respect. Yeah it was. I mean it was listen that I think that's a solid move or anybody.
"combs" Discussed on Couple Things with Shawn and Andrew
"Today by the Way Luke. That looks real. Great Nice spent cleaning up cats and cap and then ends in a beautiful proposal. Dream Day right. Nicole just blew that everybody welcome back in couple things all about couples and the thanks thing. I'm geeking out today because I'm a big Fan of country music and we're talking to arguably the hottest artists and country music today it's Luke combs and his fiancee. Nicole Hawking newly engaged. And we get to hear all of that. Which was maybe the best story ever heard when it comes to engagements. This is actually the first time. They've shared their engagement story. Publicly was amazing. Lucas menominee the top country artists. The top country male artist top country album and he had the top country song. This guy is crushing. It not just nominated babe. He won he. Has It all and Nicole? It's really cool their story because they have been together before luke struck stardom and so they kinda tell what that progression has been like what the evolution has been like how. It's affected their relationship. And I really respect Nicole and her public defense of Luke It's not an easy thing being the spouse of Someone who's kind of in the public eye from personal experience but Nicole is ferociously supportive of her significant other. And I really respect that. And if you want to find out more about Luke and his fiancee check them out in the description or shown down below and make sure you give the show a rating and subscribe to it on whatever platform. You're listening without further ADO Nicole and luke all right Nicole and Luke. Thank you for joining us. This morning I wait. And WHO's the dog? Joe Joe Joe Joe. He's so cute maintain. The clock are kind of I kind of want to start off. We have something in common super random. I don't know if you have the same feelings about as I do but we both studied civil engineering in college. Are you still doing that right now? Now are you still doing no? I'm doing everything I can't to not do. That did not graduate degree. You agree though. It's so tough like a year and I was like I can't do. This is funny because I feel like we're we're both kind of in a similar situation where we studied kind of like the concrete science. You know whatever like John Ra. And then we're were made with some creatives is made a weird word to use as we start. Yeah okay so we always start these couple of things. It's just you guys. We're going to ask questions. Just basically tell us all the stuff you love about each other. How did you guys meet what we knew? Each other for mutual friends. We kind of moved to national around the same time as you try so we kind of national was a little bit different about five years ago so everyone kind of knew each other. It was kind of a smaller group. I feel like now. It's just kind of crazy Bachelorette Coun- manager.
"combs" Discussed on Can Do with Bill Duncliffe
"The hard strike hit the name is Paul Revere. And here's a guy that says foam wetness clear cat. This is built on cliff. I want to welcome you back to a special edition of our Candu horse racing. Podcast the podcast about all things racing some history some handicapping some humor as we are all too keenly aware the whole feeling our existence. This week is that of the absence of the annual renewal of racing. Springtime ritual the Kentucky. Derby is the reason why we eagerly followed the debut of promising to year-olds at racing venues across the country. It's why we look forward with anticipation to the first three races of those who such promise at two and why we speculate feverishly about the smashing victories of those whose first race was delayed until the early part of their three year old year. And it's why we salt away all that excitement speculation and analysis until that glorious first Saturday in May Mint juleps rather beverage and beverages of choice in hand and unloaded the windows in the hopes of telling one and all after the race. I had the winter. Well we can't do anything about not having to Derby this week but what we can do is try and fill some of that whole with some Derby Lord that has dimmed the passing of time astute listeners of our podcast will recall this anecdote from jockey. Barry Pearl about horse he wrote for Training Don Combs. He told the story is part of our big scores segment in season for you I think they'll WANNA comes to mind would be Don Comes Who was a great great fan and yet general We had around Actually was was weird it was it was a it was liberty bill to limit that were at. I've tried it wasn't it was alantic. Okay and He was I was working in getting on them and And I came back after I as a couple of times as a done snatch pretty nice horse can run instill. He says we're GONNA hide him a little bit so we Back in those days out of five o'clock in the morning your work you know. Have them out? Whatever three H and You know you couldn't see anything that you just hope. The horse knew where he was going. And I was Kinda really impressed so We'll go to Rodman amazed by the way Two Zero Two I. I'm starting was leading the year so it was a little bit more mature and I. I'm looking at what I'm looking to make my winner money on with you. Yeah it's actually. Well I'm going to bet on this origin Joan my wife because she probably would just shot me but I quite a bit of money on them and I walk into paddock in in the banney. Lipson means is Well listen they're gonNA walk away with a lot of money for the walkway broke and nobody in the world knew about it. Sourced first time store and it was unbelievable and in one By five or six months just as easy as I mean pulling them up and you could like sixteen invalid. Great that horse as you will hear from dawn was named warbucks and Barry was right. He really could run. Warbucks was actually the fourth choice of the betting. Public Nineteen seventy. Three's Kentucky Derby that one being won by a horse you might remember named Secretariat warbucks as I said was the fourth choice in the betting public at seventy one horse named forego was also in that race dismissed by the same better twenty eight to one warbucks career included among other accomplishments rated stakes victories in the Clark and oaklawn handicaps Alison. I really appreciate you making time for me I think I mentioned to you when I first talked to you but you know I was talking with Barry Pearling to bury for my podcast and he mentioned my name and a ring a bell and sure enough. I looked it up. Dust Commander is the first Derby I ever remember watching as a as a young man so I thought I'd take a shot and see if I could find you and that's very I see that. I think he's down in the Florida down in Tampa area because When he started his jockeys and jeans fundraiser They all met at.
"combs" Discussed on Sunday Sitdown with Willie Geist
"Are you know super proud? You know. I'm an only child so I always tell people if I screwed up? There wasn't like a good son daughter. There wasn't like someone that was going to be an attorney or so that wasn't an option. You know what I mean so it was either I was going to be you know a bomb or do this so I had to do this But now they're super proud. Have always been very supportive of anything that I did. You know if I wanted to be a RODEO CLOWN. They would have been like man. You're just the best rodeo clown. There's everybody you know what I mean. There's those kind of folks and so obviously they're thrilled with the success and Obviously financially I've gotten to help them out a lot both retired early You know paid their house off and stuff. That's like the first thing I did man you know for really before. I bought myself anything you know. I wanted to do that for them. Because I mean how many people get the opportunity to to thank their parents for you. Know I mean I know a lot of you know not everybody comes from the same situation but you know. My parents didn't have a lot of money and didn't didn't make a killer living. You know it was a we got by kind of thing and I never knew that you know and I'm very appreciative for that. You know. They never brought that stress to me or on me or you know it was just like we're GONNA get the we're not getting the jumbo pack colored pencils. Were getting the regular pencils. You're just thought that's the way it was. I didn't know there was a reason behind it. And so it's that's been great to to to see them be able to go travel and experience things they've always wanted to do and fly on a little cool little planes with me and you know code. Shit. I mean we've done so many things that we've gone to played red rocks or mother's Day in the past year and my parents got to come to that and they only up here for S. and L. You know just things that most people would never get to. Do you know. Get into watch them. Do those things is the whole reason that I do and you know I mean I don't do it for me. You know it's great. It's great having a rolex but it's like but it's you know this doesn't this is cool you know but it doesn't remaining happiness you know what I mean. It's just getting to watch my you know some of my my best friends in the band and you know Lennon Capi and and just people who are good people get into wash them live their dreams while it my dream you know can't beat that and you know that's just that's the way it away. It ought to be in my opinion. Stick around to hear more from Luke combs on the Sunday. Sit Down podcast right after the break. Hey it's MSNBC's Chris as this week on my podcast. Why is this happening? I'll be talking with Dahlia lift wick senior legal writer at slate about whether or not the courts will save us. When does it go so far? That it breaks. I think of it as worried as I am about. That wind is the judiciary get so corrupted that. It's broken. I think John Roberts lies awake at night asking himself the same question. That's this week on. Wise is happening. Search for wise is happening wherever you're listening right now and subscribe welcome back to the Sunday. Sit Down podcast now. More of my conversation with Luke combs as we get up and mix them drinks in those Red Solo Cups. All right. So we'RE GONNA WE'RE GONNA make your drink think we're making a drink coke grants Jaren Diet. That's IT Jackson. Do we have the Diet we got the Diet and so we got the gun. Hooked me up we got okay? Let's so this is on show night. This is the LOU comb string. There is no soda gun at our. We don't have one of those GonNa get you. You know actually we're going. Real show is at the show. I do when I'm having a dream right shouldering though it's bad for your role is to drink cold. Is that right so I actually do? Hot Jacket hot diets cone giants cold. But I would call this patented stage. Drink you're going to go hefty. You're going to want to go up to zero on tour because you think if you think you may get two of these okay well that's all right then so you're going to be good and then you're obviously like. I said we don't have a soda gun normally so I'm going to bring it up for the camera there so normally you just crack. Open a diet coke right. Do this kind of thing here and everyone always asks me wiser to cops. There's two cops sir. That's a professional right there. That's it that's going to be heavy by the way you're GonNa like that we're GonNa like the way you feel. You might not like the way you taste. But that's nice. That's a heavy drink for sure and with the Diet. Not as many calories tell. I'm also into fitness a lot so I WANNA make my cellphone. Going up to the to the is there were no no no L. Knight. There's no comeback from going now unless you drink too. I think one diet and they're like man a lot you walk out with that and it's your starter and then halfway through he'll get another one usually gets like usually get pretty warm because I I really don't a lot of my songs. Don't have big like breaks all of them so I don't have a lot and sometimes you'll see me a lot. Where like I've got this Little Cup holder thing and sometimes it can become like a nervous habit. Mcgabe walk around seeing and I'll grab my drink and I'll be walking around and saying now I realize like man I don't even have any time to drink street right at all like in between the lines or whatever so I'll be walking around and then I'll just go put it back in there. Haven't drank out of it at all and I always wonder if people notice if they're like his team drinking of that up now they're gonNA notice for sure. It's got my guitar tech. He has this. He just has a ball. We've got a setup riding his little there and he pulled me one and sometimes we'll sit me. He'll sit up there and once got jacking dying and one's got water in it and he's looking at me like he's like twenty then. You always go for that honestly. Has This always been your thing like those shows in college? I drink beer when I'm not playing you know but when you're playing it's like I'm a burpee dude you know. Beer is not the best now now. That's a lot of grimacing. Go on back behind the camera. Audible Groans Lot of college recently out of College Age Women. This guy's super gross that gang house all the honest. You're all bourbon at home. The second but yeah. I mean it's just I've always used simple. I said it's hard to mess up. Yeah not a bartender. In the world can't Mick Jagger that you don't WanNa you don't WanNa Burp and one of your beautiful ballads either. Uniform craze loses something. Let me in the middle. If I had to do a resume for job my number one skill would be burping when nobody knows that. I'm burping. Okay. I'm telling you there are moments when you'd be shocked if I told you just birth right there. I'm glad you never have to apply for a job. You get me a job. I've that's top thing on the resume. We're not talking like that's at the bottom. That's the marquee like you with that and burp without knowing in the workplace stealthy Berber absolutely cheers. Cheers cheers of that. Here's the burbs yet. Another highbrow conversation on the Sunday. Sit Down podcast about the relative merits of burping by big. Thanks to Luke combs for a great conversation. You can catch him on his. What you see is what you get tour right now. In fact they just added some more dates through the end of the year. So you can check that out. See if he's coming to your town. I'm joined now on the Sunday. Sit Down podcasts. By both the producer of this fine podcast and the producer for Sunday today of the loop. Combs Interview Maggie Law. Hey Maggie so A quick note on the Red Solo Cup so He has Tamil Cup right. You GotTa Double Cup and the One underneath for mixing so you pour the Diet onto the Jack. Yup then you pull it out and you mix it in the other half say I did not know that I thought it was. Maybe for like it was too cold onstage or something like that learn new every day. I also love that. He's like you gotTa have diet. Yeah Jack because the pound calories just in case So you're a country fan. I am a huge am a country. Fan I went to school Nashville. Which is where I learned to be a country fan and I have to admit I didn't know a ton about Lou cones and still until you taught me about Louganis and I love his music. I really do right his album. What you see is what you get. Which as I said is also the name of the tour. It's one of those start to finish a great album and when you meet the guy and you hear his story you like them all the more. He's I feel like I mean he sort of has that you know not exactly overnight but like almost overnight success story and he's still so humble you can tell I love. He came and like his whole team was there because he was on. Snl like you said it was like such a big moment for him and everybody was in town and he just seemed so grateful for the team and support he's known on tour for thanking everybody in the arena like the people who are cleaning up after us that people who are working at the tickets like he is just so grateful for where he is and it is really reflected in his music too and he was shouting out people during the interview. Who's we should explain. They were his team. Basically his manager and the people who've been with them since the beginning and as you say goes out of his way to credit those people with his rise as well. I didn't realize actually until afterward when we shook hands. And we said thank you and they all Some of them his team came out and they said we were all in tears listening to that because I think they hadn't sat and start to finish his whole story. You're talking about like this kind of interview that you do is for somebody like that. He doesn't he hasn't done a lot of these for him to really like sit down and be like. Wow we're have I come in the last five years to look back on that Yeah it was so interesting. I think it speaks to his appeal is he was talking about. How Nashville is known as a ten year town? We have to figure out your thing. What's my sound? What's my luck he's like? I didn't have anything to figure out I knew my sound. I don't have a trucker hat in the fishing. Scher going for a look. I just hope people like my sounds and I think it's so nice to see that kind of authenticity rewarded in this massive way. Like he's been yeah and he is such a huge fan base like within the country world. And it's so interesting because he sort of built that before even moving to Nashville with like you were saying modern technology. He's just put himself up on the Internet with like six second vine clips and he built this huge following and people like thousands of people are now selling out arena. You know coming to his shows. it's just fascinating that he landed in. Nashville and sort of like already knew what he was doing. Yeah it's really fun for me to and probably use a producer. Just just catch somebody in this moment where he's made it in country music. He's beyond made it. He's seven number one singles setting all these records but now he's at that point where. Snl To me. I think and he said what the crossover moment now. All these other people are going to learn a second album debuted not just a number one on the country charts but on the billboard charts. So it's like he is like all he's basically on the precipice of being everybody will know him not just country country people in a different kind of name for a lot of people. Listen to podcasts. Who may not have known him coming in hopefully enjoy getting to know him and I think you'll like Music Maggie. Thank you very much and thanks all of you as well for tuning in this week. If you WANNA hear more of my full length conversations with our guests every week be sure to click subscribe so you never miss an episode and of course. Don't forget to tune in to Sunday today every weekend on NBC. I'm.
"combs" Discussed on Sunday Sitdown with Willie Geist
"Thanks box little debbie limit and apartment by yourself a twenty four years old. That's what you're getting right. I had a beer one beer in the refrigerator. At one point. That was the only thing I think it's eleven grant and then I use that money to record my next three songs which to me was the logical steps three more songs and I liked one of those where she got the best of me which are re recorded the deluxe And that song came out and next thing I know I moved to Nashville in September. So I use that money to fund the move and like a security deposit. My apartment and I was getting checks. I mean not eleven thousand. I mean up until I put hurricane out I mean I was still making probably three thousand dollars a month. I mean just off of me not doing anything but John. I was just writing songs every day for seven or eight months and then I put I was down to like my last two hundred bucks because I'd spent the rest of my money to record the six songs which would end up being the first half of this one's for you right and so I get those six hundred recorded and my producer Scott Was like hey man. We got a master these songs and I'd never mastered my other so I did my little. You know redneck accounting of like well. This is how much it's GonNa cost because I did these three and these three so I'll just add that together. That's what it's GonNa cost and it. I mean it was pretty close to that and so I had that amount of money because I knew I was like man. If I don't get these songs out then like I'm GonNa be screwed because it was getting old enough to where it wasn't going to be enough to pay my rent every month. You know what I needed to put something else out to be able to keep writing and trying to get a publishing deal or trying to get whatever And so he comes to me and says well we need it was twelve hundred bucks two hundred dollars a song to master man. That's expensive you know and I said I got two hundred bucks so we already tracked all the all the six songs but I hadn't seen any of the vocals yet. I had just saying the tracking. Boko in there with the band went and cut the final vocal and so I called Scott. I've listened to all the songs and I said I said listen to this song. Hurricane is the only song that we could possibly use the vocal on and put out so I spent my last two hundred Bucks mastered that too. Yes bucks and I said I'll just put it out as a single instead of putting it out as an EP and so that's the only time I ever saying that song was on the track right mastered it put it out. Sold fifteen thousand copies the first week and then Kinda. The rest is history. I guess you know. Use THAT MONEY TO RECORD. You know master. The rest of the songs was pretty awesome. Man It was crazy. So how do you explain what happened with hurricane after it's released blows up? How did your life and career change off that song? When did you feel like we've got some here I don't know because a lot of things happened from that point on. I mean that was just the spark that lit the thing. There was a lot in between. I mean you know meeting. You might managers Camping Lynn. Lynn Sammy to independent record. Deal before I signed with Sony. She since you know partnered with Cabbie Oh my management stuff and I mean. That was a huge thing. I mean obviously mean copy and then capi introducing needle in. That was a huge thing. That was a massive deal because at that time it was just I was just making a good amount of money in that was it. There wasn't a publishing deal. There wasn't a manager there wasn't a booking agency. There wasn't anything else going on. And so I I did get a little book and do it at a smaller agency and they put me on a lot of really goods. Small shows like small opening gigs. I turned two hundred fifty bucks and I remember thinking about something like two hundred fifty bucks. I go play street me. Two hundred fifty bucks. Are you kidding me like but you don't realize like I miss like man? You don't make a lot of money when you start. Yeah unless you're you know you can make decent money playing bar gigs. And then you can easily get spoiled by that when you moved to Nashville and then all of a sudden you're down like ten bags from where you were playing gigs. I was making you know I mean some gigs. Megan Twenty five hundred bucks a night which is really good. You're paying the band and so you know my only walk with five hundred bucks for night's work I mean I was completely content with that noon. Something that I like to do so having to go okay. I remember I remember. My first show was coming up. I was panicked because I was literally. GonNa make two hundred fifty dollars and I had to renovate an jutted known a van and to pay the ban guys which I mean their minimum. GonNa be one hundred dollars a night rubber guy right. So you're talking. I'm in the whole out. Seven or eight hundred dollars just playing the show and I didn't have the money that and got the money from hurricane at that time and and that's really stressful spot. Because you're like I know I can do this but like how do you do it? Because I didn't have a record label going. Oh we'll we'll give you fifty thousand dollars and you can use and paige back when you're done can't walk into a bank and get a music loan me like credit at that point anyway so it wasn't really an option but I figured it out you know And it was it was is wild but there's so many things I mean. Once we started playing shows again I played for eight months probably at that time because my band back in North Carolina. They didn't come to Nashville with me. So I came by myself. Had To admit a guy and he'll put together. He still my band to this day. We're at songs together and That was huge putting the band together. It was big. You know getting that little book and deal and then on to my awesome book and you know that I have now was was huge. There were so many things you play the opry for the first time was a big step and obviously my deal with Sony and kind of I kind of didn't go on a traditional radio tour like most people do because things were going so fast already and we already booked Brantley tour. He booked me for that tour before I deal with Sony. Like he had just heard music and was like. I'm taking that guy like I don't and then Nashville. That doesn't happen a lot. Yeah you know it's usually like hey well this guy from here's asking you to take this guy you know you're it's a body yours that's a you know rights and he's got a deal here and so for him to just take me out you know without a deal or without Republican at the time and so it was. It was all these little things that just kind of so much luck involved too wasn't just wasn't just talon her songs or stage presence. I mean it's all those things compounded with these incredible instances of luck that half the lineup. So perfectly you know up to this point. They have which is which is awesome. I mentioned your first album. I went to number one stayed there for a year. Which is unbelievable crazy. What's that phone? Call like that email like when you first hear that it's gone number one the first time because you've done well on certain level and you don't know how it's GonNa go when no definitely yeah and it's number one. It was crazy man. You know because hurricane just went number one for the album came out and that was wild but things were so different for us like I feel like kind of Nashville so kind of a a little bit behind like what me and winning Capi were doing or what we thought we were doing and what I felt like I was living you. I would see you know friends or or guys that I'd written with our new. That had these like Hannah. Traditional major label deal or or this and uh thinking to myself like Manuel. That guys you know he's doing this thing and I'm over here. Selling you know two thousand tickets. You know what I mean like. Just a weird. Things didn't go in the order that they were supposed to go usually. It's like you get your deal. You know you they spend a couple of years to figure out your sound and I'd already figured out you know. I knew what the people that were coming to see me who they were and what they liked and what I like and what I wanted to play and that was just being myself. That was it you know. I'm lucky because that's a hard thing to do finding out what you WanNa do and how you want to say it and and what. You're what you're doing. So many people struggle with that for such a long time. And I think that's what it does take. Traditionally you know what they say. It's tenure town. A lot of that time is spent figuring out. What's my name? What's my place in the country? Music world you know my more a songwriter guy. Poppy I'm more falke Americana Guy My this my that you know. Luckily I had just found my thing and so that was an awesome phone call. You know 'cause we had recorded that album before I signed my deal with Sony You know I'd recorded the songs and then Lynn and she helped me record. I think I signed on February twenty eighth and I recorded album march. I took a day off from my birthday march second and finish album on. March third and then that was it and it didn't come out for that was March twenty sixteen and it didn't come out until June of two thousand seventeen so I just sat there on that album but it was all for the right reasons. I'll give a lot of credit again as I'm like. Get it out. Get it out right now. People here now you know and she helped me understand a lot of things that I wasn't privy to you know because I've been telling her like Oh if we get a deal like we're not putting hurricane to radio that's been out for a year and she goes. Yeah you've got fifty thousand names on it but like like fifty million people listen to country radio every week and I'm like Oh yes nobody's really. I guess you know what I mean but I didn't know your world you. I'm like dude. My fans are over it. Yeah it's Never GonNa be hit song because they don't they've already heard it. They're not gonna hear it you know. And and she was like. There's so many people that haven't heard it at all. Y. You know if you've gotten in front of seventy five thousand people at fifty thousand people. I can't imagine if you got in front of seventy five million people. You know what I mean so it was kind of wild and and so it was always like Lynnwood set a release date and we talk about stuff and that date get closer and then she would have to talk me off the ledge of like. Hey we're going to have to push it another two months you know and I was like how things never coming out. You know what I mean like recorded this thing fifty years ago but it was the right decision you know and I think having those people in your corner to is the huge thing like having people you can trust having people that you connect with people that you get along with people that you care about you know. I wouldn't discount that in the process at all you know. I think sometimes it can get a little machine you know and for us. It's always been you know no matter. How many private planes are on or you know what country were flying to. I mean me and lending cap. He can sit down and talk about anything. You know what I mean. That's something that I really value. A lot is just you know the as much as they've helped me you know and and as much trust as as they've put in me and trust and I've put in them you know it's just a I think it's a super rare thing and I think if you looked at a lot of people who have a really long career. There's probably a lot of that going on. The team is probably been together for quite a long time. You know from the crew guys all the way up to the top people you know I think loyalty and and things of that nature are Super Important. Lucky to have that fine good people and hold them close. Yeah definitely if you'd be like being around you work with my best friends in the world though. It doesn't better than working with your best friends. You know what I mean. Yeah so it's that's fun too as quickly as all this has happened. What does your family think about this? Those people listen to you saying Vince. Gill who gave guitar you the closet. Great what anything I mean my parents..
"combs" Discussed on Sunday Sitdown with Willie Geist
"Feet every Thursday to subscribe search into America. Where you're listening right now. Welcome back to the Sunday. Sit Down podcast now. More of my conversation with Luke combs so the guitar came later. Yeah people who know you including your family's in the voice was always there when you're a little kid singing Vince Gill Song. Where did that come from that natural gift? Yeah I mean I always tell people it's you I was give this this analogy to this. Like people always asking him. Oh how do I sing like you? Or how do I do this or how I do that and I think it's it's obviously a lot of work and a lot of practice. But it's there's a lot of natural ability. You know made how you be taller. You can't how do you be here? You could try to be the best. You could go get some coach right now. He teach you how to sprint. And you can do it for five years and you could get as fast as could possibly get and there's so many people who don't even have to try and just faster than you. It's just not your thing you know what I mean. It doesn't mean you can't get better at it but there's just like you said it's being tall. It's how do you be some tall? You just are some foot tall and I think there was a lot of that with me not just always saying. I just always liked it always. I didn't really know any good at it until like ninth grade. Probably I just knew I liked it a lot of people like to when I did it. That was it. That was the thing it was like. Whoa I'm doing this. I'm happy and I can tell when I do that. Other people are happy. So it's it's simple math. I guess to me at that point. Why would I not want to make other people happy? Why would I wanNA make myself happy? So that's an easy. It's an easy thing to have to wake up every day. So when you're at Appalachian State when you get to College. You finally kind of put the two together the voice and the guitar. Yeah it's town. Tavern is at the bar bouncer. Eventually start playing gigs. They're playing there so I was living upstairs right. I lived above the bar literally not like literally lived above the bar in between So there was like a imagine a little three super tiny strip mall domino's pizza tanning salon. The bar staircase at went up by the I lived in between the Tanning Salon. And the domino's I would walk downstairs work. My job as a bouncer also worked at an IZOD STORE. Fulton shirts and stuff but ran checking you asking people if they sure you don't want any socks which I hate by the way. Don't ever do that to say that sounds very unnatural very. It's not your is odd. Probably like if you picked two things if he picked antonyms Lou combs that is odd would probably be pretty far off not a perfect fit. No but it was yeah went in and I actually asked my boss if I could play there. I was like hey can I play show here? He's like no because we can't have music because everybody lives upstairs and they and I was like wow I live upstairs and I know everyone that lives upstairs. I guarantee we would all be down here. And I know the towns on clothes and the domino's guys aren't going to know what's going on anyways as we know what they're doing in the back of dominance so so he he still was like why can't I can't do it so in my mind. I was like I played rugby and college. We hung out at a bar. That was kind of right down the street from there and And so I asked that guy if I could play there and I say he was like yeah. Do it absolutely wildcard. He's like yeah. Just put it on the counter. That was it. That's how I booked the show. He was just like just pick a day. It was a counter on the wall in the restaurant. And he's like just write it in and I'm like there's not any real red tape. There's no like how do we he's got what you'll figure it out so I just picked today on there. I can't remember the exact. I still have the first dollar ever made in hanging up in my house but I charge the dollar ticket. I made two hundred bucks. Two hundred people came to see my first show ever which I didn't realize was awesome at that point I was then I put a lot of after that were five feet and so then I went back to work and I told my boss that I played a show at the born on the street and I said I had two hundred people there on Wednesday night. I said so I can either do that or I can play here and so I played there every night every week for the rest of my time there. That was kind of one of three shows. I would play weekly in Boone and then on the weekends. We would go trying to go to Charlotte or Winston Salem or you know Atlanta like northern Atlanta anywhere close mountain city Tennessee Johnson city which slowly when out and then it kind of come time to move to the Asheville you know because I was like well I can. I can do this forever and make it decent enough living a why not try to just do all the way. You came pretty close to finishing school like a semester away. What was the calculation? Like at this moment. It's time to go to Nashville. If I want to do this for real well I I mean I hated school. That helps me also probably failing out we could pull of records on that. I Love I love. I love getting the I love the alumni letters in the mail that you do now. 'cause somehow those have wound up at my place like. Hail how you share your love it here don't you which I do actually The fundraisers found your phone phone razors figured out In bed for sure but I you know that was the thing I honestly struggled with a long time because I did want to graduate. I just don't know honestly if I could have you know I don't think it was. Maybe I'm done for saying this but I don't think I wasn't smart enough graduate. I just don't think I was committed. Yeah you know Just there's nothing about it that made me want be like man. I just gotTa Get up and go to science class today right like nothing about me. Wanted to go to math or science. You know what I mean like. I was just more concerned with you. Know Drinking and playing rugby and saying in I mean those were just I was like man. This is all stuff that I WANNA do. Obviously you can't drink for a living so that was off the list and then You know I was reading quickly Rosh. I couldn't play rugby and there's really only one choice had left one thing And so I was like man because I was at the point. I mean in two thousand fourteen when I moved. That was twenty four. Yeah and so it was like way past in college. At this point I kind of like dropped out slash failed out whatever it is Like probably you're probably twenty two is when I was like I'm done with it like I'm just going to play shows and trying to make money doing that anyway that I can. I supported myself for a few years and You were really when you up to Nashville. Though you were really savvy with Social Media and technology because I imagine it's the old story you know moved Music City with a guitar and a Dream. Hard thing to do. Then what okay we live here. We got an apartment that you use facebook and fine mining. Yes the big thing that I started on And you knew that that could serve amplify your sound. Couldn't do for yourself just getting out there. You know what I mean. You have this traditional method where it's like okay. Well how do you want people to hear your songs? You've find somebody. Hopefully that will give you a record deal or somebody of influence that. Life's you enough to be willing up. Distribute you to those channels. You know I was talking about it with my buddy John in years earlier today like the Internet has revolutionized that thing. Where now you have the ability to take it to people on your own and vine was really one of the first things that ever take talk. Now that's the big thing it's the same thing as vine by the way it is different name so you just go on there and you put up whatever you want and I would just sing little six second covers of stuff and I gained a following and the I ended up Lincoln up with some other guys. They kind of did the same thing as me. And they helped me out a ton and honestly those guys were some of the guys that helped me like. Hey man like you need to like take this vine thing you're going on vine and like now you need to make sure you're getting instagram ballers. I wasn't the guy that I wasn't the genius behind all that you love to take credit for that but those guys were. They had a lot more followers than me online. At that time someone like a million. I think just insane amounts of hours but I had like seventy eight thousand which was enough to sell my songs right because then I use that platform to when I put my first couple songs out on my own. I was like. Hey go by the check them out. You know kind of thing and I remember our making probably a couple hundred dollars a week probably four or five main on a good week. Six hundred dollars a week in which for twenty four year old without a degree. Sure he's just playing music. Music is pretty awesome. You know a recorded these three songs. I put them out and I remember. I was sitting in my neighbor's apartment above the bar. Still of the mother more so distributed in one. This service called tune core and So what happened was they. Would you put your songs out? And then you get paid like a senior like a monthly statement you know and so I guess they make you wait two months for before your first one. So you're kind of catching up. Whatever it is. I don't know why they do that but I was. I remember sitting there and I knew it was getting close because it was march. It's my birthday and my birthday is March second. Just been my birthday and I put the songs out in January of two thousand fourteen And I remember sitting on my friend's couch and I was like man. Be Cool to get that check. You know what I mean like a couple of hundred bucks be awesome. I remember opening my thing and it was like eleven thousand dollars in there and I was like Holy Spirit immediately. What can I get this money? Right Allie nothing in adult would purchase went and got an xbox. I remember that we did absolutely because I didn't have the one. I love your priorities by the way..
"combs" Discussed on Sunday Sitdown with Willie Geist
"One of us. He's a real guy who just happens to have a great voice and knows how to play the guitar. And we'll there Ryan this people are. And what would you say? Is The loop combs thing? What's the secret sauce? That's made you so success. I mean I think probably you're pretty close to with those things I think maybe it's just. I think the special thing is. There's nothing special you know like. There's no gimmick there's no there's a in my opinion it's like just like men. I could change my oil or be the plumber or whatever but like always had this kind of like underdog mentality you know. When I moved to town it was is pretty tough to even get a meeting. Let alone get a follow up meeting or call back or anything for a while there and then I get it man. You know what I mean when you know if you have five paintings next to each other and one of them's not very good. Look and you're GONNA buy that one until a bunch of people coming in and go. I won't that one. You know what I mean. And that's what had to happen but I had to. My thing was always. I wasn't gonNA wind when he buddy with you know my looks or you know my clothing or but I never wanted to do that. I wanted to while people with my voice and my songs In my personality and that takes a little bit of work you have to go out and get in front of people and play shows and take any giving anybody will give you an anytime play anywhere anyplace and we did that for the last five years. I guess it doesn't sound like a long time but I was doing that in college too. I mean I couldn't play guitar eight years ago. It's amazing you know and I was just. I just knew once I picked guitar. I've been singing forever and it was just once I picked it up. I was like Oh like this is what I'm supposed to be doing because people will like this. You know people always ask me all my buddies that new I could sing. Always be like Oh man. Y'All seeing for these people are always come up at parties and call or something and you know I believed in myself that I was pretty good But once I picked guitar up I was like nobody wants to hear anybody saying when they're not playing an instrument or if there's not accompaniment you know right and even an Capella Group is. You're pretending to have restaurants around right. It's kind of weird to just saying you know what I mean so it was just a way for me to. I mean it was kind of honestly board at borne out of like I was living at home. I was twenty one and all my best friends from high school. There's probably eight or nine of us that are still really close and that was the summer where everybody stayed in their college town for the first time but I was the one guy that moved back to Asheville from college to work job for the summer so I didn't have any friends in town so I'd like nothing living with my parents house working job at a go kart place in Nashville where I worked at high school and all the kids that work there it was fifteen or sixteen or whatever it is and so it was like obviously. I'm not hanging out with him so just go to work and go home and I was kind of sitting here. Manno have anything to do really you know. My parents had bought me guitar in seventh grade that I never played guitar lesson. The never does anything after that When I was how old are you? How are you in seventh grade? I can tell you I have a daughter. Twelve twelve twelve. Yes seventh grade. Thank you for that but no so I was twelve and it was one of those things really. I felt like my parents wanted me to do it so I didn't WanNa do it because I was twelve and I was like Oh. My parents wanted to do that stupid. Then you know what I mean. I wish I wish I would have now but lacked same. Guitar was in my 'cause when I was twenty one years old and my parents house and I went in there. I was sitting outside Salkin. Kinda one days like Pam's board like I don't think I worked that day or something and my mom was like well. You Know Kenny Chesney. He didn't learn guitar until he was twenty. One and how was twenty one at the time and I was like. Oh she's good. That guy can do and then I can do it. You know and so I went and got that guitar and I played Pretty Much Thomas Guitar that summer and the next summer I went to Charlotte and live with my grandmother could play enough to always knew. I could sing good enough to where nobody would notice that. I was terrible guitar player. You know like if I just played a couple of cords and saving get them to focus on this thing not this thing you know what I mean and so I went and did played every open mic night in the world that's ever been done and every place that's ever let someone plug Qatar into. I would go there and play night just kind of kept going. It was never like I never sat down one day. It was like you know what I'm going to be the next country star like it was just always like there was almost like this little trail of candy and it was like pick that one up. Oh well the next step is obviously I? Then it would just these real like micro goals of like play. The next chord was like a goal. I can learn a g chord than I can learn secord right and then that became if I can play an open. Mic night will then could. I broke my own concert. Well if I can play an hour two hours three hours can I write my own songs? Step playing somebody else's. Can I write enough songs to record them and put them out and can move to Nashville? You know what I mean like. The goals were always bigger. But they didn't seem bigger because I was just right on heels of them the whole time. It didn't start out going from piggybacking on. Okay how do I become Garth Brooks? Nothing works like that and I think I always. Kinda felt that things work like that until I just found something that I really liked and it was just just logical stems. It was never like a big plan or yeah it was just. I was good this thing and I did that so I was like well. What's the next thing? How can I improve on this thing? I just did. Hey guys thanks for listening to the Sunday. Sit Down podcast..
"combs" Discussed on Sunday Sitdown with Willie Geist
"As always for clicking and listening along today I have for you. One of the biggest stars in all of music country music superstar Luke. Combs love first album. Spent fifty five zero weeks at number one on the country chart which tied a record held by Shania Twain he also spun off seven consecutive number one singles. He played. Snl A few weeks ago if you don't know him. I think you're GONNA love him. His whole deal is he's an every man he grew up in North Carolina. He on stage. He's not the guy who has backup dancers. There are a lot of production. He wears a fishing shirt and a trucker hat and literally holds a Red Solo Cup while he sings his songs. If he's got to play the guitar he's got a special Little Red Solo Cup. Mike Stan that he likes to use to hold his drink which I can report to you and you will hear later in our interview. Is Jack in Diet Baby? 'cause YOU GOTTA. Watch the pounds when you're slam Jack Daniels during your shows so we got together a few weeks ago on the eve of his. Snl performance which was a huge crossover moment for Miami. Obviously for the last couple of years has been dominating the country music world he played. Snl In an entire new audience got to know him. Believe it or not look only picked up guitar eight years ago. He was a singer from the time he was a young kid but never played guitar until he was home from college. You went to Appalachian State in North Carolina. He was home and kind of bored and picked up a guitar and started playing. Taught himself started playing local gigs when he got back to college and really used technology different Music APPS and sites that helped him push out his music and gain an audience which now obviously is in the millions and millions so we got together for our conversation here in New York City at a barbecue place called hill country. Good food good music. We're down in the basement. Where they do their live shows. I think every night and Naturally you can see the visual or sitting across from each other in front of the stage with Red Solo Cups. He with Jack and Diet. I think that night I'm going to bet that mine was a makers with splash. Ginger Ale. Maybe just a cut it a little bit and keep myself together for the conversation And as I said he was a couple of days away he'd just come from rehearsal for SNL so a big moment in his booming career. Take some time right now and enjoy and get to know luke combs on the Sunday. Sit Down podcast. Look thanks for doing this man him every Shane. Its remit so we're just talking about. Snl school deal first time for you. You just came awesome rehearsal and gasfield place. What's it like to be in that Studio Eight? H man it was pretty wild. I grew up watching with my dad. You know every Saturday night and let me let me stay up late. It's an APP school the next day and it was always cops on Friday and Saturday so it was good. Man was cool man. There grew up watching so it was. It was awesome. It's a you've had some crazy milestones in the last couple of years on this run you've been on whereas SNL fit into just definitely pretty pretty high up there for me. You know you don't get to do like I mean even and I haven't been. I'm not going to pretend like I've been doing this for twenty years but we've done a lot in the last couple of years and there's not a lot I that happened. You hear that the people say that you know. When they're you know in their fifties and they're gonNA do but there's so much stuff that we've done and been lucky enough to get to do so. There really isn't a lot of stuff left that we haven't done you know that's definitely one of them is definitely one that we wanted to get wanted to do that. So it's exciting time. I've talked to other artists who've done everything to and they say there's something different about snl play. Arena or stadium that there's something about that little room that night excite into that rush that comes with a live show. Yeah I'm excited. My parents will be. There is really cool You know my my my mom's been in New York wants and I don't think my dad's ever been so it'll be exciting for them to be there and especially because my dad's such fan. We grew up watching together. But it's I'm looking forward to it and it's definitely something different about it you know. It doesn't feel like you're running the mill gap and saying the song. It's over kind of thing and everyone's like okay some. It's more it was. I mean. I've got a headache today from laffin digital much. So you're shooting the PROMOS. Yes you're gonNA like everybody was just joke around. And I'm I'm you know I like to joke around a lot so That was a good atmosphere. They're going to sneak in some of the things I know a now. We'll see maybe I'll just Boston. You're on any like maybe that'll be mild dishing tape. I'll just run up on and just say something. The uninvited cameo absolutely just a quick story. He Gets Oriental. Probably wouldn't get invited back. It'd be worth story first and last but maybe a bit. Yeah One and only appearance. We were just talking about your Touring schedule so you just came off about five weeks ago..
"combs" Discussed on American Road Runner
"She was my friend. She was an inspiration to me in my race team. She was an inspiration to us all. She was a friend who saw a need to preface. This show with a story for me. It was less than a year ago at the born. Free PRE party over cousteau corner where I got a chance to catch up with my friend and fellow Racer Jessi combs lucky for me. At the time she introduced me to her boyfriend. Terry I'd heard a lot of good things through mutual friends about Terry so it was great to finally put a face to the name. We got to run into each other several times that weekend as we discuss my coming race against our friend Chopper Charlie. I remember her shooting a short video of me on her phone about my plans to kick. Charlie's Ireson this upcoming race for the record. Charlie kicked my ass and then some was great to get to know and hang out with Terry a bit and yes chat with Jesse about her up and coming run in the North American Eagle for myself. Being a fellow land speed racer. It was very exciting stuff in our world of speed but then everything changed. I don't pretend to have any understanding of what Terry has been through in the last few months since the accident. That took Jesse away from us. I can tell you at for myself. Sitting down for this chat with Terry was really great for my healing road. And I'm sure it will be for you. My fellow listener Terry is a man with a great sense of south a greater sense of his current situation that he's been thrust into against his will. I can tell you and I just don't know how he's doing it but doing it. Whatever it may be in this situation as what he's doing and doing it greatly. It was all a reminder for me what a fan of this man and his mission. I am and will continue to be the future. This chitchat. Avars did not come easy. Terry's been so busy with all the racine and the new foundation that is the JESSI combs foundation work. That he's been doing. And Oh yeah his new shop there shop the business venture high road when I first approached Harry about doing the show with me. His response was gracious as someone had just handed him book after a quick phone chat. We both agreed that. This is the definition of serendipity after fifty or so gracious text messages back and forth. We had this date and time set was last Saturday. I started the day with the warrior. Build ride on the runway. The John Oakes had invited me to. If you don't know what warrior belt is. Please look it up. It's a wonderful organization that Terry's a big part of and they do some really great things for veterans down in Lake. Elsinore California handsome bitch and Rayson. So after the ride. I hit the road from Salmon Dino up into Yucca Valley and I- metairie at his new shop now. There's a sad story when I say that this was not his new shop. That is shop. That'll be high road in the future. He basically had to move into a new temporary building until that shop was finished. But you'll hear him talk about that. There was all full of all the GPS and razors and house used to see in him and Jesse drive his hospitality and friendship was just second to none as soon as I got there. We jumped in a truck and drove to the local hardware store to score some nuts and bolts. He needed for a race vehicle that he was putting back together for Baja and a few weeks and Oh yes sima which happened to be the next day. He was getting everything ready for transport again his friendship and hospitality or second to none. This is a story. This is a story of Love Loss. Family speed inspiration tenacity. It's about race in moving forward. Live and laugh. Unexpected roads and one man's nightmare coming true. Please note this Chitchat and story. Sharon gets a little deep if Two grown men crying a bit at the same time offends you. The show is not for you. This is above all a story of love for you my dear friend one of my heroes Jessi. Combs may forever Rayson piece. I give you my fellows Terry Madden.
"combs" Discussed on The Projection Booth Podcast
"I have a note hype written notes that he sent me afterwards this cherish. I know all about how <music> how has the play changed over the last ten years as you've been performing it well it always changes it. It does not change to the degree that I know that how Holbrooke did it. He was so far beyond what I do in that scene would read the paper the news and and then decide what topics he would bring up for his show that was very right. This is remarkable that way. My show is pretty much set pieces haven't changed poems and the story that we all that has been is it's pretty much set because I know it works and and it it it's a delicate little set Mechlin of pieces and the composition is so good. I don't WanNA spend it however some do I have jetsons some of that or I found a better better way for it to flow by juxtaposing a little tiny bits here and there and things that you learn by doing it wanted you know and there's there's a big difference between being on hey jr and then what actually what actually works and so there's been some alteration but it's all very minimal right out of the box. This show Kinda pretty much. Wow that works. We were real fortunate that way. I'm curious now after having done it for so many years. How much prep time is there for you? I mean I'm I'm sure it's not just putting on the mustache putting the clothes. I'm sure you have to get your yourself in that head space a little bit. You have no idea you have no idea really maybe you do you but first of all they don't put on a bench after grow the Damn thing and my wife is because it's so verbal and it's right there on your mouth and there's perspiration ration- if there's anything glued on would betray the okay so it's best not to have that worry worry about so but the prep is many <hes> even now. I will want a line just to keep that pretty fresh for me the <hes> that's the least of my concerns though it's more of the past that you know you kinda like path across the field if you don't walk it Kinda needs a little bit pruning and cleaning up served there. It's clear for you <hes> emotionally clean please just getting into the head space but you know I'm always surprised they get into wig. Put the nose on get into the wardrobe and a lot of things will sort of sense memory will kick in and that helps a lot but I don't dare wing it like that. There's just no way there's no way so you know I prepare prepare. As much as I can mostly out of fear I mean I'm not I'm not cocky enough to go. I got it ever it makes it more challenging balancing when the time is in between performances and in this case it's been a little while since I've done it and so I'm extra vigilant about it was I wanted to be a good performance in a beautiful space. Am I correct in saying that this is the has something to do with Washington Irving yeah yeah the idea for the Hollow Film Festival I think was the new film festival with the theme of films that are based on literary works so what better sort of venue you know Washington Irving territory like sleepy hollow and this theater is is just a gorgeous little jewel and of the period or late eighteen covers. I should say so it really has by about it and so it's just a great in for all of that anger my show so I was really honored that they asked me to come in and be a part of their maiden voyage share I appreciate appreciate the promoters had seen by showing..
"combs" Discussed on CarCast
"Bring a trailer so that's basically glee a million dollar car and bring a trailer and that's a good that's a good price for that for that car and had our ninety three cobra -til covert ooh three thousand the last. I checked and went for twenty four four. Why do i waste my time with you. Stupid cobras what i keep an eye out man. There's a typhoon on there too. I know you always give me shit about these cars per you notice them all over the place more sooner than i do every cyclone typhoon grand national i look at the homeless or litter i just look at it and go god damn what if we on. It's like a road trip at a bad song comes on and you turn it up and you go listen to how terrible this is. That's the majesty of me me. I celebrate the horrible. I look. I've seen movies. I hate way more times. I love that's the majesty of me. Ah so this thing ended up going for twenty four four four and as people got into the comments and talked about it it turns out although it's a very nice car and it's low miles it did have a life where there was more modern and they ended up reversing the mods in kind of doing so well nice car looked somebody on ebay is is how ebay they like to throw bat shit crazy numbers just to see what happens. I think somebody has one up there for seventy three thousand dollars. I don't know i don't know why because an over a cobra our model sold for one hundred and twenty yet at barrett jackson they made a hundred and seven of it was still wrapped in plastic as gotta do he bays bullshit. I gotta do a little better vetting job because like if you ever go like what i'll do with ebay sometimes as there's two hundred million cars so i'll go well. Let's see if someone threw 'em europe. There are goal wing or something so when it does the search results they'll do like location distance price ace and all this go most expensive too cheap and so it'll vet out all the stuff and you'll see someone throw up at nine thirty five a wing or something so do it at the top. Every time is a chrysler k car that someone wants eight million dollars for i'm like okay. That's goof. You've got to figure that there's no such thing in your algorithm you see chrysler and k car nineteen eighty-one. Don't let someone put it up there. Therefore eleven million dollars i just don't know when ebay sort of shifted away from being like the cool place to buy bargain shop staff use cylinder heads whatever whatever and i think just like craigslist came into the world and and then ebay started allowing like all these stores and dealers to participate it was no longer. Just you know the every man just posting right so yeah you can push it up just for tire kicking and but also so i think what happened with e. Bay is like you'd go. I type into search results like lamm lamborghini muira nerdy steering wheel and then whole bunch of like chinese aftermarket pepboys steph. I'm popping up and stupid of super. Ah bad stick shift knobs that were yeah boy stuff like what is this doing up here. I said lamborghini nardi mira like and it's like yeah piles and piles of just sort of junk from the pep boys. I'll and it's like why am i why combing through all of this is when they put those listings up anybody can type in whatever key obviously and it just it just whoever's up or is that a china selling super cheap bad knockoff steering wales cisco's anyone who says lamborghinis find our wheel. I look i get what they're doing. I wanna know what ebay as not doing betting on a little bit a little bit more and you start going through the same pile and you're looking for something specific valve cover for you know for lambeau engine. There's something you know a brake cylinder something like that and you just getting piles and piles of nouveau knockoff crap crap all right on a sad note jessi combs died. I was from mythbusters. She was on mythbusters..
"combs" Discussed on CarCast
"Motorcycle engine to keep that battery going you know so you can get that extended range or if you're audi and you own coty. Oh does audi owned economy. Leave so yeah <hes> yeah. This is electric range only guy breads so you could see b._m._w. I three right. There's the new i three so the i three is as close to what i think. <hes> fisker carmo is trying to do. It's got the little engine to charge. The battery. Artery right volt was trying to do that as well right. The chevy volt got fifty three ranch and the b._m._w.'s have won twenty six. One twenty six is perfectly acceptable. I get to work and back the whole week on a plug in <hes> unless plus you like garages wife who just plugs in every single night and just go. Where are you going. I go into pasadena and get my nails. Don and i'm like then just plug it in on monday and you don't have to plug in again until the next monday shook. I like to plug it in every night and i'm like you. Don't leave this neighborhood. You you may go to pasadena. That's six miles and then you come home. This thing gets three hundred range range. Why is it plugged in. She has a tesla an ex s s she has to ask and i'm like she's like she says funny funny. She's like because i plug it in. I wanna plugged in and it's like i liked that. I liked by the way pardon the pun. I like that wiring. Don't get me wrong but i'm still like you're kind kind of defeating your purpose here unless garrigo scott all those solar panels on the roof and he's off the grid now and i don't think he does there was a bunch ars missing from that list you just showed obviously but like i eight and seven mile. They don't even make the list yeah we just. We just showed you. The the bottom. Half three seems pretty good. My sister has one and so you know that that's a car that will plug it in get you hundred and twenty six. I'm kind of looking for a little less of a box. You know something's got a little more. Go into a little more something with a little more flash or something to it but <hes> anyway let me tell tell you guys a little bit about brembos. Oh we love our friend debrum. Oh i got him on the m three. You got him on a couple of race cars. We built some of those bro racing kits yeah for the cars working with those guys guys well sixty two zero. That's the that's the number to pay attention to brembos been stopping champions on the track as well as drivers like you and me on the street for over fifty the years brembos. It's there the world leader in braking systems and they have made replacing brakes on your everyday vehicle even easier. I was with a friend of mine this weekend looking that breaks on her infinity and she's like i need to do the brakes and i said let's do it. Let's go to brembos.
"combs" Discussed on CarCast
"A cold track is slippery. A hot track is slippery breath but this wasn't a hot track. It was seventy five degrees outside like it was nice yeah. We should have been more than that morning session right. That's where my head was at anyway anyway. You're driving the rolls royce. Wa the culinary the s._u._v. all on yeah yeah. We got into this quite a bit in detail earlier in the week on on on the show and it was actually next week. Oh yeah next week we're going to. We're going to get into more details next week right. We're recording shows what order they go there but but you know you and i drove a rolls royce. We took it up to monterey in back a few years ago and it's it's fantastic. What you need to do is his first. You start with you as a press car. We're judging the car. You kind of have to remove what you think. People will think of view in this car <hes> and and then just start focusing on the car and when you do that you're like oh i get it. It's the rolls royces the best driving the the best riding car out there that magic carpet ride <hes> they they sort of claim to have this what they call it is is the best out there using zing airbags and whatever <hes> and the s._u._v. is the same. I'm sure it has some sort of off road capabilities because they need to test for all that you're and maybe in the middle east east that becomes more important than beverly hills right but <hes> it's fantastic. It's fantastic you get in that. You hit the button. The doors close the doors open. You don't have to do it yourself heated and cooled seats and massaging seats and i know a lot of cars have that but is it the best s._u._v. out there. It's the nicest writing s._u._v. out out there. If you want to get something sportier you could go with the bentley bentayga or even more so sporty is a range rover ask v._r. Nothing's a rocket ship houses thing glides over the road house the look i i don't mind it like i. I like the look it's it's very much a rolls royce and it gets a lot of attention in tightly gets a lot of attention even at a dark metallic ray. I didn't really walk around it and really examine examine it but i had a glimpse or like a little bit of a picture of in england a have the old style cabs cabs running around and it has a little bit of that there is hewitt which is i think it's just england ireland no where else it is. I think they kind of do do one thing for like a london yeah sorta thing where they like the they have a new or cab that has an older retro kind of these forties forties cast design. They've been building for one hundred years called a hackney carriage there. They've been re whatever but it's sort of like when chrysler was bringing back a p._t. Cruiser something it's like i'm a little bit of a reimagined version of our like. When ford did the new thunder byrd three years something like had an element of this is the old one but it's back but if you show the roles and you shows that hackneyed or whatever it was whatever hackney carriage young yeah. I didn't stop and really stop on it. I just looked at it and it's got elements of that in it which for me didn't didn't work but it's a rolls. It looks like a rolls. I think we're living in a world where you know you drive around and you see the new <hes> alfa for mayo or maserati whatever and they're starting to turn into her cameras. There's something there just sorta the same bara soap you know but with a much better exhaust note sort of look like i couldn't tell what that was unless if i was next to it if i got behind it or in front of it i could see the badge. It's getting kinda kind of tough to to be original with some of these body styles especially in the s._u._v. world like how much different does the lambeau really look like from the sporty audi or the sporty b._m._w. Or cheer point.
"combs" Discussed on No Jumper
"I really need some ratchet to really turn the party so i'll call her and she was ready to right away so that's yeah it's like the age of the female rapper right now so it's kind of like you gotta get girl involved on any sama more than two or three people you start sexist angie on their way. She like your favorite woman rapper right now who is definitely brings ingenious way. Remember being around like foxy brown your kid the way i was just recently with foxy brown in new york she she still real really. What were you guys. Had this show for fashion week. Oh this. This brand was the best crazy. You got a lot of those opportunities yeah. I'm really connected in the fashion world. Shout don't shake bonner. I never even thought that it who's gonna be like that like i always been in fashion designing and like my whole swag is a big part of myself but doce literally called me randomly like yeah. We want you to walk on. The runway. Never wanted to be a model like that but when i see now of course that's next low that's fine and ever since then and i got to work with tommy hilfiger philip lie a lot of other brands the your window and so you're kind of coming into that conversation like they wanted you there so you probably don't i'll have to deal with as much random as bullshit like a lot of people might have to deal with those models and shit. Were now. <hes> you know i've been in situations like little cast. They were they sitting around studio. Sit around for mad hours just way non shit. I feel like being a model. There's gonna be a lot of that. I ain't a lot milen thing is via though like when i first came in it was a lot different from rapid thing. I really felt like i was the prince of new york coming in their christian. You need this as we had drivers this that and they do that for everybody. You get real good treatment..
"combs" Discussed on No Jumper
"What's your thoughts on. The charge on brand name is still like you still focused on keeping it alive. Oh yeah of course ours ragweed sean. John got special collab- coming with them soon real. It's gonna be go here. I'll stay tuned for that. That's going to be crazy. I didn't even know so still right now but you got stanley from office on your shirt. So you're a fan of stanley now really actually i was like he's his own bob now the greatest characters in the history of modern television. It'd be totally house house like that. That's a whole vibe right there. In the warehouse by the fig tree day punchy created his own hawaii stanley for you so okay. Tell me a little bit about your upbringing and shit like for people who aren't super familiar with you about your your come. Up is so people who often familiar with me. I grew up in new york born and raised and i moved to atlanta l._a. I was moving a lot when i was young and i was living in new jersey before moved to los angeles when i came here. I don't know it was a little is a little funny. I didn't really walk rockwell elliot i so what is the transition from new york. I thousand seven hundred sixty weird because new york is such a particular place to grow up and i it was definitely different but i got used to indefinitely loved it and where people may not know about my up green light. It wasn't all just flash and glisten glenn. I spent time in the country with my other side of the family my mom's side of the family he's not really you know what i'm saying privileged. It doesn't have that so it was dope to see both sides and always kept me grounded humble was because you were acting up. They were just like we say in your life for too long. You're inside moment where they can. Just go down a farm or some shit. Now it was built. Those real like that's where all my cousins and stuff is like. I don't really have a lot of cousins in new york and stuff all my cousins in the south and stuff so it was a whole different vibe but i loved it. It was was never a time where it was like yo. I miss going back home or something like that like always loved being out. There and i feel like that's a big side to countryside the down side for sure sure. Do you were born in the middle of by the craziest era of bad boy basically right so do you have. Do you know that like when you were one one or two years old that you were like being on stage. Wow that's concerts are going toward. You do talk about that when i when i was seeing it was it was real crazy for me and that's what really state media have dream as being artists myself seeing my pops on stay see people's reaction to him like how fans would just react it may meet look up to him even more to and just like really study and see what's going on and not taken for granted right. There must have been like you. Did you ever memory of like that sort of <hes> moment or did you. Did you always know that your dad was this big star. There was talk. You realize this new but the moment yet there was a moment. I realized it was when he was on stage. I like madison square garden right like his tour. It was like one of the first days i ever went to and i was sitting in the area and then lice gore. Everybody starts screaming and you see him light up in the white lie in orlando. Come like god everybody going crazy. I was just a crazy fill out definitely new you know saying and especially because we didn't guys you're you're looking at your other friends and shit and their dads. You're just sort of slowly realized like oh shit like his dad is just a regular guy like his his dad's friends with my dad but nobody gives a shit about his dad. He's a regular. Do this is a really thought like datum adam for some reason like that never really like win in my mind i really felt like my pops was a normal person..
"combs" Discussed on Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen
"I would say i'm his probably is among worse than you are by the way our watchword evans live podcast is now available on apple podcast so check it out i know you have many questions for duty but before we get to those here's what three things i am obsessed with tonight first win sean diddy combs is on a microphone words just seemed to flow out of him and he's wearing a mike right now so here's what it's time to spilled the music industry i have some questions about your colleagues just some quick ones you answer you performed at that infamous super bowl with justin timberlake and janet during the wardrobe malfunction what are your thoughts on justin performing at the super bowl again do you think janet will make a surprise appearance first of all i want to say that i'm still upset about this super bowl because our put like six melissa my life into the preparations indian paul anybody talked about in a new up before no all right okay do you think they don't even novel only this i know i was surprised when i heard a grilling do you think janet will make an appearance which i think that would be great in assam the move on an she's at a great place in world this needs to get over it you told seth meyer's that you gave jay z advice about hotter handled twins it just to be prepared for double the love have you met the twins and what are they like they'd gorgeous did this specialists is the perfect fusion and combination.