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Fresh update on "corey" discussed on Tiki and Tierney

Tiki and Tierney

00:33 sec | 3 hrs ago

Fresh update on "corey" discussed on Tiki and Tierney

"Rams keep it. 29.5 seconds remaining. Yeah, We're gonna get a new ball. That one went into the stands and was touched. So when that happens, New ball In these days of covert From the side device drops it in for Williams. Corey Williams. Top of the circle, pulls up fires and hits Torrey Williams first three of the game for her She cuts the Air Force lead to five and the Falcons come play for the last shot here with 12 seconds to go until halftime. Taylor Nemo, has it. Gets a to.

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Perfect Zags: No. 1 Gonzaga stays unbeaten, tops LMU 86-69

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 1 d ago

Perfect Zags: No. 1 Gonzaga stays unbeaten, tops LMU 86-69

"Top rank is that it is the only unbeaten team in division one following an eighty six sixty nine win over Loyola Marymount Corey Kispert drained six three pointers on his way to twenty four points once all business unit and embedded testers for sure and they reminded us time and yeah we got to clean up the store really things were changing for playing teams like that to Timmy was among five Bulldogs to score in double figures finishing with sixteen points seven rebounds and four assists the twenty four noble dog set a program record with their fifty first consecutive home win this act of one twenty eight straight overall since last season ended the first team to finish the regular season unbeaten since Kentucky in twenty fourteen fifteen I'm Dave Ferrie

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Fresh update on "corey" discussed on Tiki and Tierney

Tiki and Tierney

00:56 min | 4 hrs ago

Fresh update on "corey" discussed on Tiki and Tierney

"Have shield missed the basket was in too deep it the bottom of the rim. But the Rams get the rebound and putting it back up missing. The shot there for Colorado state is Jamie been Erin's Here's their force going the other way. Sierra winters into the lineup. She drives doesn't shoot, kicks it back outside and not tree resets the offense from the top of the circle. Looks and nothing there gets two winters right of the circle. They get it, too. McMillan. They swing it around the other side to Riley Snyder's Snyder with a little leaner, sneaks in along the left baseline for two 14 13, Colorado state. Corey Williams driving loses the ball gets it back, saves it to Hartfield have chilled inside spins, puts on the brakes, loses the defender and turns and shoots and hits. Have shields first points of the game, averaging 14 tonight. She is quick. Here's Daschle, McMillan giving to Sierra Winters up top for Snyder. Snyder behind the.

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No. 1 Gonzaga tested, pulls away to beat Santa Clara 89-75

AP News Radio

00:28 sec | 3 d ago

No. 1 Gonzaga tested, pulls away to beat Santa Clara 89-75

"Top ranking Zach I tied a program record with his fiftieth consecutive home win is Corey Kispert dropped in twenty five points in eighty nine seventy five win over Santa Clara to Cheney scored sixteen of his eighteen points after halftime on seven of nine shooting to help the Bulldogs pull away from a forty thirty eight lead intermission Jaylen Suggs nearly had a triple double finishing with thirteen points eleven rebounds and eight assists to help the twenty three and Bulldogs pick up their twenty seventh straight win since last season I'm Dave Ferrie

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Fresh update on "corey" discussed on Dual Threat with Ryen Russillo

Dual Threat with Ryen Russillo

00:48 min | 4 hrs ago

Fresh update on "corey" discussed on Dual Threat with Ryen Russillo

"Who can actually play who knows what the numbers will look like. I think he might be the top free agent to actually hit the market. Do you have god when the second best likely available receiver. I've been on the fence with this. I did for a while now looking at it and they really might tag god because the numbers not crazy. I think it would be sixteen million dollars a year to tag chris. Godwin and I think it'd be hits the open market. He's going to be in that. You know eighteen thousand nine hundred twenty million dollar range so The bucks have options. They have some big free agents. They've got shaq barrett labonte. David basically got to decide who they want to use the franchise tag on would not surprise me if they used it on godwin and then kind of let those other guys law. I love the my man. Corey davis who. I call my. Nfl jeff green Just a player that has glimpses. I never really want to give up on. Even though there's overwhelming evidence that i should give up on corey. Davis is younger and he was good this year. All right he he was good. And i don't know i. The thing that i liked about. It wasn't just some complete change. Just felt like he played better So what do you think is going on there. Because i still think of a team. We're gonna go. Hey we're gonna make corey. Davis are one. I can't tell if i'm so excited that they see it and that they're hanging on to what we saw from him in college or if you're like why would you pay corey. Davises awan after just finally a decent season a few years into his career. Yeah i'm with you. I like corey. Davis davis to and i do think there will be an sits out on those top wide receivers and then looks at that next grouping which. I'll put corey davis and say all right because if you sign him i mean. I liked like sort of mitigating the risk in free agency. You know and so like corey. Davis isn't gonna come in and completely saw you know he's going to be at worst. He's going to be like a competent number two receiver. He's twenty six years old. He should be in his prime. Like you're probably just not going to get totally screwed with that signing and i do think there's upside and maybe i'm with you and we're talking are ourselves to something that's not going to happen but I could see him just building on. Lafayette any nine hundred and eighty four yards. That's really good at fourteen games. And so he did. Take a step forward and so. I do think there will be a team that pays him. He might be on. These surprise is lower going into free agency. People say corey davis could be good value. You're not gonna have to pay them like alan robinson. And then all the sudden he gets paid. I don't know sixteen seventeen million dollars a year. That's not what a lot of the projections icy say but I wouldn't be surprised given his age and his upside. A team kind of falls in love is aaron jones at running back packers running back in and get fifty million a year. I don't think fifteen million. I had written that twelve million is likely but maybe he can like hit fifty million because you know what it's like when guys rich the open market. It's different than when you resign with their own team in. So a zeke. Got fifteen million. Alvin kamara got fifteen million. I mean we always had these conversations. Do running backs matter and in the last year. Amirah mccaffrey zeke. Joe mixing got twelve million a year. Dalvin cook twelve million a year. So i think twelve million is probably most likely in that cook mixing category but again. He's hitting the open market. Those guys did it. They resigned with their own team. So if you two teams interested There could be a team that that overpays do. You have one raging bold prediction that You wanna go with your. I didn't even to you up on this. I hate this stuff. i hated when. Tv's to do this to me. Okay let me. They were like you say something. That's wrong we'll put it in a breakout video. No problem i think that See that that one doesn't have a lot of juice. I was going to give you a tray hendrix nugget but everyone might just stein off of this month if i do. How about the I think there's going to be an active trade market At cornerback about that. We talked about the quarterback market. Free agency is not good. What about a guy like that. Marshon lattimore on the saints. you know. they're they're having a lot of cap trouble. They're kind of entering this new era. I could see a team saying we're not in love with any of these corners on the free agent market. We've got money to spend. Hey new orleans. I think you could get a first-round pick for him. We'll give you a first shot. Were marshawn lattimore. I liked that that was at bold enough. Okay i was afraid. Your intellect brandon sheriff. You know two years. You know frontloaded though like what. That's a really good one. I like that one. And the saints are as it stands right now the worst gaps situation timidly. It's not they're far away but we got about I would say i don't know in that. Almost twenty ten eleven teams in that twenty million dollar cap space range. That's why when pats fans like whatever we have sixty million cast facial again. The jags eighty two..

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Corey Kispert leads No. 1 Gonzaga past Saint Mary's, 87-65

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Corey Kispert leads No. 1 Gonzaga past Saint Mary's, 87-65

"Top ranking zagra remains unbeaten following its eighteenth consecutive double digit win eighty seven sixty five over St Mary's the Bulldogs never trailed opening a seventeen six lead in improving to twenty one or no this season while picking up their twenty fifth consecutive win since last year Corey Kispert had a team high twenty points for the zags who showed strong defensive skills throughout the game all the news and you guys talk about our offense and you know it's kind of the fact is that right great designs it seems not it makes final fours when Ashton championships stuff like that so it kind of took it upon ourselves really hard and focus on that you've got to take care of itself it always does Joe well ARE finished with sixteen points a good jacket forty eighth consecutive home win I'm Dave very

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New Ebola Outbreak Declared in Guinea

UN News

00:50 sec | Last week

New Ebola Outbreak Declared in Guinea

"The un world health organization. Who thursday that. There's a very high risk of the ebola virus spreading in guinea after. An outbreak was announced last sunday in an update. Whol said that its concern was based on the unknown size duration and origin of the outbreak. It has led to five deaths so far in the southern region of missouri corey which borders sierra leone liberia and cote d'ivoire the first confirmed victim was a nurse from rural health center. He was initially diagnosed with typhoid and malaria. While her known contacts include a traditional healer and their family are potentially a large number of others and limited capacity to respond cautioned the agency guinea was one of the three most affected countries in the two thousand fourteen to two thousand sixteen west africa ebola outbreak which was the largest since the virus was first discovered in nineteen seventy six

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Panel agrees: Racial equity in Washington DC requires more work

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:47 sec | Last week

Panel agrees: Racial equity in Washington DC requires more work

"Government and business leaders recently took part in a panel discussion about improving racial equity in the biz. Drinks during an event hosted by the deputy mayor for planning and economic developments. Panelists like Corey Griffin, with the Greater Washington Black Chamber of Commerce, laid out the continued objective, bringing the black business community together to help facilitate engagement with each other and with other opportunities in the private sector and in the government sector. Others like Dr Andre Perry, senior fellow the Brookings Institution brought up matters like better ways to invest specifically. And the utilities and tech industries targeted to businesses that will employ more people that will serve government and private industry. Griffin Notes. Eight out of 10 Black businesses fail within 18 months Ken Duffy

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Timme leads unbeaten No. 1 Gonzaga over San Francisco 100-61

AP News Radio

00:37 sec | 2 weeks ago

Timme leads unbeaten No. 1 Gonzaga over San Francisco 100-61

"Three Jimmy poured in twenty eight points and grabbed ten rebounds as top ranking Zach it blew out San Francisco one hundred sixty one to me made eleven of his twelve shots and scored fifteen of Gonzaga's first seventeen points as the Bulldogs jumped to a seventeen three lead a year early and you know are so good and I was just just normal offices on the Bulldogs reach the twenty win mark for the twenty fourth consecutive year and won their twenty fourth in a row dating to last season Erin cook Joe well yeah he and Corey Kispert each scored twelve points as the zags completed a five in road stretch Kentucky has won its last seventeen games by double digits I'm Dave Ferrie

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CDC to release new guidance telling schools how to reopen

Morning Edition

01:00 min | 2 weeks ago

CDC to release new guidance telling schools how to reopen

"Dona as NPR News. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention is expected to release new guidance today. It is intended to help schools reopen. NPR's Corey Turner reports. There has been confusion over where the Biden administration stands in the school reopening debate. In recent days. CDC director Rachelle Wolinsky has said schools should be the last place is closed and the first places opened. She's also said that schools can safely re open even if teachers have not yet been vaccinated, a statement that angered many teachers. The White House later said Wolinsky had been speaking in a personal capacity. CDC Scientists also published an article last month, saying data show little evidence that school's contribute meaningfully to the spread of covert 19. In spite of all this, the White House set a low bar this week for its promise to get schools reopened, saying classroom teaching should be happening at least one day a week. They hoped to do

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Timme's late spark lifts No. 1 Gonzaga past Pacific 76-58

AP News Radio

00:46 sec | 3 weeks ago

Timme's late spark lifts No. 1 Gonzaga past Pacific 76-58

"True to me scored a season high twenty one points to number one Gonzaga overcame a sloppy performance to be Pacific seventy six fifty eight the eighteen and Bulldogs trailed at halftime for only the second time this season I didn't pull away until midway through the second half extending the nation's longest active winning streak to twenty two games Jaylen Suggs grabbed nine rebounds and had nineteen points including an emphatic dunk that made it seventy fifty four we attacked the first side it's easy for a lot of teams that have been set up but once you get a churning all get to the secondary side multiple moving parts and on our friends that's when it is really hard to get a really good job at W. C. C. scoring leader Corey Kispert was held to two points by halftime but he scored eleven in a two minute burst and finished with fourteen I'm Dave Ferrie

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A New Study Says Money Really Can Buy Happiness? Not Exactly, Says the Author

Motley Fool Answers

03:16 min | 3 weeks ago

A New Study Says Money Really Can Buy Happiness? Not Exactly, Says the Author

"So alison what's up. Well bro as the old adage goes. Money can't buy happiness. I mean just look. At the twenty. Ten princeton study by economist angus deaton and psychologist daniel. Carlson they found that happiness goes up. The more you make put it plateaus once you get to about seventy five thousand in income doesn't matter how much you're gonna make after that. Your happiness just really doesn't improve that much the red pepper takeaways from this. Dare i say landmark. Study one being that once you have the basic necessities in life more doesn't make you much happier and the other takeaway being that the wealthier you are the more you compare yourself to the joneses and are ultimately left jealous and wanting to keep up. I mean look at richard corey. He owned one half of this whole town but was he happy. No now don't you feel better. So enjoy working in his factory but then warns matthew killingsworth had to come along with his study justice last month and restore that feeling of glueck schmierer's the germans have a word for feeling bad about the good fortune of others. Killingsworth collected one point seven million data points from more than thirty three thousand participants who provided in the moment snapshots of their feelings during daily life. So essentially it was an app it would ping them throughout the day and ask them. How are you feeling right now. And this measured what's called experienced wellness. He also asked people generally how happy they thought they were their overall happiness and apparently that's called evaluative being anyway. So what did he find. Did he confirm that. Once you look at people with income over seventy five thousand dollars happiness plateaus and you just don't get that same happy bang for your buck. No matter how much money you make well as it turns out you continue to get happier as your income rises and the study didn't find any sort of plateau and happiness after a certain level of income neither in evaluated or experienced wellbeing. Why is this well. The researcher believes that higher earners are happier in part because of an increased sense of control over their life to quote him. He says when you have more money you have more choices about how to live your life. You can likely see this. In the pandemic people living paycheck to paycheck who lose their job. Might need to take the first available job to stay afloat. Even if it's one they dislike able with a financial cushion can wait for one. That's a better fit across decisions. Big and small having more money gives a person more choices and a greater sense of autonomy and quote. So what's the lesson. go out there and make as much money as you can. Because your happiness will just keep skyrocketing actually no because the study also found that people who equate having money to success are actually kinda miserable. They often work long hours and are stressed out about their time. Whoops there goes your sense of autonomy ultimately the takeaway from the study is that money is just one factor happiness and while having money certainly beats not having money. It's ultimately about the sense of control power and autonomy that money affords you and a bunch of other factors too. I mean i'll bet. Richard cory didn't get a lot of hugs growing up so bro. Go hug

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No. 1 Gonzaga overcomes slow start, beats Pepperdine 97-75

AP News Radio

00:37 sec | Last month

No. 1 Gonzaga overcomes slow start, beats Pepperdine 97-75

"True to me had nineteen points and was one of six Gonzaga players to score in double figures as the top ranked Bulldogs routed pepper dine ninety seven seventy five internet market marked the bench finished with seventeen points and eight assists Corey Kispert scored sixteen never cook had a career high fifteen for the zags whenever I get my opportunity and up the gonna take home and you know the causes that they trust me tonight to go out and do that so you know when they gave me the opportunity to take advantage of it and jumped out to a fifteen seven lead before Gonzaga took control with a twenty wanted to run it's the second time this season the Bulldogs have had six or more players score in double figures I'm the very

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Timme, Kispert lead No. 1 Gonzaga to 20th straight win

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | Last month

Timme, Kispert lead No. 1 Gonzaga to 20th straight win

"Top ranking Zach got picked up its twentieth straight win since last season and improved to sixteen Arnold this season with a ninety sixty two pounding of San Diego due to me had twenty one points for the Bulldogs who started slow and actually trailed nineteen fourteen before taking control with a fifteen run I just got to play better you know I can't come out there and just throw some crap from the group I actually got a finish in the liver and that's what I'm here to do an install on this team and I didn't do my role to start off the game I got to be better and I owe more to my teammates and the coaching staff's Corey Kispert added nineteen points and keyed an impressive stretch in which the zags went ahead by twenty early in the second half Julia Strother had eleven points in Anton Watson had ten for Gonzaga which at fifty eight percent from the field I'm Dave very

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Tacoma police vehicle plows through crowd watching street race

News, Traffic and Weather

00:41 sec | Last month

Tacoma police vehicle plows through crowd watching street race

"Struck a bystander in Washington state. It was a violent confrontation in the middle of a Tacoma intersection. Police responding to 911 calls and finding about 100, people in the street and multiple cars blocking traffic witness Corey Laces. One police vehicle was quickly surrounded in a cop car reverses and then Drives full speed towards a crowd of people already say the officer inside tried to drive to safety and struck one person, possibly more laces. Others were definitely hit, but the main victim was nearly killed, Entire marks all over his body belly out. His shoes are off like I honestly it was like something out of a movie. The city's police chief, turning the investigation over to an outside agency Derek Dennis. ABC NEWS Arizona

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Yankees, Corey Kluber Agree To Deal

The Tony Kornheiser Show

00:36 sec | Last month

Yankees, Corey Kluber Agree To Deal

"Corey kluber. Probably one of the big prizes in the off season free agency in baseball signs with that up and coming team the new york yankees finalizing a one year. Eleven million dollar deal so the yankees. Anki sound money but it's a one year deal you know. That's what free agents are getting one year deals. They're not dj lemay. You got more. But he was a free agent with the yankees. They're not trevor. Bauer still sitting out there. George springer still sitting out there. I mean if you're an owner of a baseball team and you can't bring fans in and you gotta pay the players for one hundred sixty two games to make money so not signing people too big contracts

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No. 1 Gonzaga overcomes slow start, beats Saint Mary's 73-59

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | Last month

No. 1 Gonzaga overcomes slow start, beats Saint Mary's 73-59

"The number one ranked Gonzaga Bulldogs faced a first half challenge but assume control after the break the posting ninety five seventy one of the pepper dine ways Corey Kispert led all scorers with twenty three points as Gonzaga but only four points at intermission we got the fast break going in the second half the transition is way better in the second half to I'm really good at finding buckets in transition kind of flooding seems out of we kind of got back to doing what we do and be who we are in second asking you sort of forget Tammy scored twenty points while Joe well ARE and Jaylen sucks at nineteen and eighteen points respectively as four Bulldogs scored in double figures the team shot sixty one percent from the field after the break the wind up guns I guess record of thirteen and on the season and a seventeen game win streak overall I'm Jim Bernard

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U.S. executes drug trafficker who recently contracted COVID

Kentuckiana's Morning News

00:35 sec | Last month

U.S. executes drug trafficker who recently contracted COVID

"For next week. We're headed to Terra Haute, Indiana. That's where a drug trafficker was put to death. Late last night, ABC Todd at with more Corey Johnson was the 12th and made put to death at the federal prison complex and terror Hoat since the Trump administration restarted federal executions following a 17 year hiatus. Johnson's lawyers argued that the lethal injection would cause excruciating pain due to lung damage from his recent covert 19 infection. The execution late Thursday and the scheduled execution of Dustin Higgs today are the last before President elect job. Biden takes office by noon, opposes the federal death penalty and has signaled

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No. 1 Gonzaga beats Pepperdine 95-70, runs win streak to 17

AP News Radio

00:31 sec | Last month

No. 1 Gonzaga beats Pepperdine 95-70, runs win streak to 17

"The number one ranked Gonzaga Bulldogs faced a first half challenge but assume control after the break the posting ninety five seventy one of the pepper dine ways Corey Kispert led all scorers with twenty three points as consecutive only four points at intermission we got the fast break going in the second half Tammy scored twenty points will do well a ID and Jaylen sucks at nineteen and eighteen points respectively as four Bulldogs scored in double figures the team shot sixty one percent from the field after the break the wind up guns I guess record of thirteen and on the season and a seventeen game win streak overall I'm Jim Bernard

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U.S. executes drug trafficker who recently contracted COVID-19

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:33 sec | Last month

U.S. executes drug trafficker who recently contracted COVID-19

"U. S government executed a drug trafficker today for his involvement in a series of slayings in Virginia's capital city in 1992, despite claims by his lawyers that the lethal injection would cause excruciating pain because of lung damage from his recent covert 19 infection. Corey Johnson was 52. He was the 12th inmate put to death at the federal prison complex in Terra Haute, Indiana since the Trump administration restarted federal executions following a 17 year hiatus. He was pronounced dead at 11:34 P.m. tonight.

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Interview With Cory Doctorow

Monocle 24: Meet the Writers

04:15 min | Last month

Interview With Cory Doctorow

"Doctor. Wrote welcome to monica. Reads so tell us tell us more about the primus of tax service well attack surfaces the third novel in the little brother sequence at the first two little brother and homeland were young. Adult books about a character. Marcus yellow starts off. His very young teen who is caught in what amounts to a police state when his hometown of san francisco is bombed by terrorists and the department of homeland security swoop in and effectively suspend the constitution and all civil liberties and he and his mates form guerrilla army. Using things like hacked. Xboxes that use cryptographic secured wireless networking to outmaneuver the joss and eventually expelled them from the city and and restore human rights and civil liberties to the population and the third book attack. Surface is a standalone novel for adults and one of the first two are about people who are terrified. By the possibility of technology being used for oppression and excited about the possibility of technology being used for liberation. This third books protagonist is the young woman. Masha maximo who appears in the first two books as a kind of antagonised in the first book we meet her as a vhs contractor. Helping to spy on marcus and his friends even though she's of the same age and from the same background as them in the second book. She's a way bandit working to spy on jihadis and disrupt insurgent networks in iraq for the us government an enormous markup and when we meet her in the third book. she's just gone full cyber mercenary and her job is helping a thinly-veiled version of a company like the ns. Oh group to spy on pro democracy movements on behalf of post-soviet dictator so they can figure out who to round up and torture and murder and she has a reckoning with her conscience. She on the one hand has been spending her whole career finding ways to justify what she does Sneaking secrets out to marcus and his friends so they could blow the whistle wrongdoing or helping marcus escape from the da chest in the first book but by the third book she's really had to Devolve into some pretty self destructive conduct like helping the people that she spies on Defeat the tools that she herself as installing. And that's obviously not sustainable. And eventually she gets fired and worse has to run away from this post soviet republic and finds herself back in san francisco where she discovers to her horror that her childhood best friend who's now on a successor movement to black lives matter is being targeted by the very same cyber weapons that she herself spent her whole life building and while the first two books inspired a really large cohort of technologists and civil rights lawyers and writers and activists and security researchers and cryptographer offers who wanted to use their technical and legal powers for good and to stave off technological apocalypse. And dystopia this. Their book is aimed more at the people who rationalize their way. One decision a time in tech and other industries into participating in a vast confiscation of human liberty and human thriving in service to large corporations and oppressive governments and to talk about what it means to pull back from the brink. When you recognize one day that that you can no longer justify what you've been doing of course corey. That is exactly the situation. We find ourselves in absolutely i mean in two thousand eighteen. We saw twenty thousand google's walk off the job tech won't build it and tech solidarity and no tech for ice and other movements within the giant tech companies are not only organizing around technological issues but also around labor and environmental issues and and you see technologists now reaching outside of their bubble so for example at amazon the movement for justice there within the company spans warehouse workers who are laboring under absolutely ghastly and what should be unlawful conditions and tech workers. Whose initial concern was surveillance and climate. But who discovered that they could not make progress nor could they feel good about their movement unless incorporated the labor concerns of these people at the bottom of the ladder at the company.

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"corey" Discussed on John Bartolo Show

John Bartolo Show

05:59 min | Last month

"corey" Discussed on John Bartolo Show

"There. I have rhino metals today. I wanna thank them moving their stuff around. Because we've been renovating in here. It's heavy it's terrible. It's great go check out your kyoko. Geico technology I love their stuff. The wall looks good. We got a nice sexy wall behind us. I'll show you guys the wide shot today. I wanna give special. Thanks to write on optics. Blackwater ammunition ammunition. It's tough to get these days but if you send them your money i'm sure they'll figure it out. Go check them out and go checkout. Let's give plug civil courts in scottsville. Cortin move the heater before. I burn my face off I want to thank them for courts in firearms. Go check him out. Awesome twenty two bad ass. Good enough of valentina shevchenko. It's enough for me anyway. special guest. Today i'm excited. Don't blow your cover excited. This guy is right up my alley. He speaks my language. I love the stuffy. Puts out there. I i'm gonna get to all the nuances of howie. Markets himself has just fucking awesome and from the moment he came in. I knew i said this is my kind of guy because he bucks the trend in everything you like to be introduced as from superior because you have a man many hats but we have corey from superior defense is gonna take it how i get so. That's it yemen i. It doesn't really matter to me. i'm. I'm just a dude. And i tell all your man of many talents amana. So how how do you prefer to. Because i don't wanna blow your cover because when you when i was doing the thumb nail he was like you want like a real a pitcher and i said i don't know if like some of these guys like to be mysterious people like you know what i'm saying this business. There's some chuckle heads. They like to go. Yeah man. I am corey from superior defense. I do wear a lot hats. Actually which a lot of people don't actually call it like that right they say..

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"corey" Discussed on You're Welcome! With Chael Sonnen

You're Welcome! With Chael Sonnen

02:23 min | 7 months ago

"corey" Discussed on You're Welcome! With Chael Sonnen

"To Jim we come back to those other house to train we all shower in the background no leniency they want anybody to see in his family being around his wife's in possibly sharing the covets if you had it. Didn't contract the own, your whatever and shared his family was pregnant life. So yeah the commended for that S-. Oh, definitely. Definitely. I do respect the precaution I read about him I'm glad I'm glad that you could clarify that it happened. He Queer. Let me ask you a more of a personal level. Let's back. You were in the top guy at two hundred, five pounds currently champion of two hundred, five John Jones. Is Flexing, as though he's not going to defend that title in a period of time. What happens to guys like you like when you were over there in top guy scratching for the top and then you find out the top guys not gonNA put the belt up the motivator. How does that work? Minimum on every time somebody asked. I'm not really worried by fitting the way I'm for China fire right now I gotta worry about my next opponent and my next outcome I gotta go out there and get another victory is solidified. Put myself back inside of potential before I really worry about it because I. can go out there and lose another one. Then it really didn't matter. You'll while the files even insider ancient. So I try not to stress myself on. You know how understand Jones reasons he wanted more money he don't they don't think he's worth it. They don't think is worth upwards up can't be mad but that are similar within a similar situation when I just left selected in. work. To be what they wanted to put. So look. Cool mean I'm with you, you really can't complain every. If everybody puts their ideas on the table, there's really nothing underhanded their core. You got anything else you want to get off your chest you got anything you want to share with jail. Her thing was good Think I left like I got coaches. The reasons I left. They got different reasons why but the reason? Why is? Fan that citizens everybody knows what was going on with him. I found that situation what we got going off. Was the best move for me financially INC careerwise to make different opportunities. So the outside so With my face everybody's. Supporting you raiders and thank you is. Still Core, you're no question you're hardworking stud and you deserve to be happy it's hard to find happiness in the sport man..

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"corey" Discussed on You're Welcome! With Chael Sonnen

You're Welcome! With Chael Sonnen

06:18 min | 7 months ago

"corey" Discussed on You're Welcome! With Chael Sonnen

"I have done this walk in two other aspects of my life both the NC double a. and the amateur. They do not sit well with me. They kept me up and they kept me to where I am. Now I am either GonNa live my life proud of myself or unhappy with myself. That is a story. That, you can understand and you can get behind but make no mistake. This is not one foot in one foot at this is an athlete who's all in. All right guys I've been talking to you about the news that has Corey Anderson. So Corey Anderson out of nowhere all of a sudden Isabella tour fighter. We gotta talk to core and find out what's going on corey why don't you take it from here? He's time for something new financially. Has Been Relationship. Hasn't been the greatest. Like sit there still milk or. Keep movements, and that's not his Parma new-ball tired of the same stuff. Too bad negative negative breakout just. I, was. Like I was getting respect. That's. Been, they didn't see my worth military is so financially, there's is a move. So quite I only know what I've read. I mean this news broke yesterday or the day before this is pretty new. What it appeared is so you were not released you asked for a release you went and found a new home. Do I have that right? All. Right. So when you wind up at Bella tour and I've done the same thing, I've been both companies to and one thing with my experience what I went to. Baladora. I had an opponent the same as I signed that contract. Do you have an opponent? Was the next day he said what awaits. teepee dealer whatever starts for village or before we get anything going but they already said GonNa give me fights they're going to keep me consistent the biggest I like. The way like a toast at breakfast. UFC seven years never had a face to face sit down with Dan and I've asked for it but the fact that the day I signed with Scott was willing to. That right there was. A last owner will come from his home and sit down with me treat treatment like another person. So Murray. Very. Cool. But if we were to guess I mean Corey Anderson Walks in to any organization top guy. So if Baiter in them cover fighting I mean there's only so many players that are left by example Phil Davis Phil Davis name would come up. Phil Davis might be your next opponent. I'm speculating. But what do you think? Possible? Possible but I'm after meeting tweeted. I think Korea is going to have resigned on the riot Beta versus the kid's name. So I don't know if he was hitting that. He will I fight the biggest winner that either way I'm gay if I gotTA. Fight one to get their gay like I said Roy. He can't get fire on before the title Chris I she came in when Straits Times so either way. Either way it goes I would ago. I. Cool. So Corey, let me ask you a couple of things. Let's just look ahead this weekend Daniel cormet versus steep pay and I feel is that put you in a hard spot like you don't necessarily get to just cling to your wrestling brother who because they're both wrestlers not to mention they both already done this we know for sure both guy can beat the other guy. So how do you see the trilogy? CH CDC getting. Helping them this camp me and my striking coach one hundred and first time we worked with him things that he did wrong and I fight a Colorado and I made sure when I fart I did the exact same things that steeper was doing like in floor frown every time he went punch deeper to the body Swede work on like just know when easy when you started putting on see get tired site ripping out by it again every time you flinch every time throat he's GonNa slip encounter net left bodies left hook to the body body body. Then we start blocking he's GonNa come to the head he's to mix it up and we worked I feel like he's ready for that I, have striking out put with a high pace Y-. Also, we put that on conflicts card is going to be ready ready for the I output striking. He's ready to block the fan comeback. Most of all, his back to users wrestling as the biggest thing with needs to worry about he's arrested your Olympic wrestling, use it in enough said been asking after he's GonNa go. He's GONNA use. and. Weight seems to be an interesting part of the store Rodman. Mean they fought twice in both guys weighed in different things and then you had a different outcome. What is DC walking around? Do you ever see him on a scale of you ever asked him that question? Though mass than what she was when I got I think he said he does like to thirty seven. Unless sure but he looks like totaling to thirty seven now or whatever he was what were you when you fought him the last time south to thirty spots he lives way different. The reason why I asked let small. But when he fought this debate last time he looks at. So I thought for sure he's going to be way lighter. But if I believe correctly, he was a little heavier his body listen way better shape. He actually got like little core going on he's not like we russell and it wasn't like grab flat is pretty solid anywhere. So his build is definitely different. Now there's all sorts of stories like Daniel was saying that he's quarantined and his wife is pregnant and he's trained in his garage. How accurate is all of that? You are you guys isolated in a house and what he converted the garage into a workout room. Has Actually what it was. His. House for his family state is Pretty Nice. Is Garage the as it? All Madeleine caged. Raw Matson and everything. So team will come there and train like. Cat Everybody was getting Tesla when I got there, both times get tested and made sure I was clean. Or Negative He has his own house that they just moved out of that hasn't put on the market chits and everybody stays yet. Is Tristesse. his tradition coach flies in each. Striking coach when nate come in everybody stays there but you've got to get tested before you can set. So he was definitely in that kind of like dos not fighting mentality where you away from your family you just which avoids a it every day we go.

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"corey" Discussed on You're Welcome! With Chael Sonnen

You're Welcome! With Chael Sonnen

05:36 min | 7 months ago

"corey" Discussed on You're Welcome! With Chael Sonnen

"You would have done different and Ben said Jujitsu. He said I was trained by do groups if I could do it again, I would still be trained by Duke Rufus but I spent some more time with Marcelo Garcia. I've gone out and train with John Danaher and the death. Squad. And Who are we to possibly judge somebody's assessment of themselves At the same time I, feel compelled to judge it because I don't know if he's right I mean look at what he's saying Venice. that. He would have liked you Jitsu and even further the stop by saying he could have choked more people. Okay. Great. But that would have changed his career. Right. It might have made it easier. He might have instead of having to go fifteen minutes only had to go nine minutes a couple of times or instead of having to go twenty five minutes only had to go sixteen minutes. A couple of it might have made his career easier but I'm trying to look at what he's saying and find out what it would have changed in terms of outcome wins and losses championships that he had rain legacy I'm trying to fight you eighteen and record championships in two different organizations. I'm trying to find out where that ever became a problem. By example, I could steal been thought if you were to ask me I started getting highly immersed in Ju Jitsu Post career. And knowing what I know now about Jiu Jitsu. I would have been well served to have that earlier on but I was also a guy who got submitted. I was also a guy who got put in some positions that I wasn't familiar with and had tap out that never happened Ben. So if he did it need you Jitsu defensively and he's saying he would have liked to offensively I feel as though what he's saying is his career would have been easier in terms of calories burned. And I'm not against that. That's very fair for him to say. But I am a little bit confused. Vitamin Bit Look Ben's only got two losses. And the first one which was against Bosnia. Vidal was the easiest fight of his life. He never got his heart rate above resting. It's just the reality is a very easy fight. His fight against my Oh was a very complex very fun scrambling that fight never got the full credit deserved I. Mean I would encourage you to go back and watch that fight that was very, very fun fight. But he was outclassed in some of the Jujitsu area so. I feel as though Ben in retrospect if he would have spent time with. Excuse me the Marcelo Garcia is John Dan hers of the world, and you would have learned some of the intricacies and some of the positions. In a best case scenario, instead of having a amazing record that only has two losses on it he has an amazing record that maybe only has one loss on I. Mean I know I don't fully get it. Was a little bit loss and I'm not necessarily somebody that would get it. I will tell you. I spent a lot of time in life in general looking back at what I could've would've should've done. Hindsight being twenty twenty I'm no different thing. But he I spend a Lotta time doing then go you know if I could go back here's what I would do. And I find myself philosophizing about this on the outside chance that my son gets involved in something and turns to me for advice. And that doesn't have to do anything with. The things that I did it has to do with a motivation and desire to pursue something. and. How is it that I will help? Aside. For being a chauffeur making sure that he's there. How will I help to make sure that he is training the right things? I mean, there is really something to be said for that. The best ways to train are still evaluating. And over the last decade they've changed put they've changed a millimeter and over the last two decades they've changed, but they changed two millimeters. But that's still in evolution even if ever so slight and is very relevant. I mean right. If I was to tell you guys. Go outside and flip that rock one hundred times. It's a really heavy rock. It's GonNa be really hard to do when you're going to hurt your legs and your arms and you're going to be exhausted and. You're going to sleep really good tonight if I told you go and do that but you were preparing for a sport of swimming. You would be right to question me and go what does flipping that rock have to do with polling my body through water. Relevance being there is ways to train. There is wasted time out there and as I reflect back on my own I still haven't hit it on the head. Because I always wished that I would have spent more time wrestling. I always maintained since they set up in Nineteen ninety-three till. Now, the only thing that has absolutely never change is that if you can get on top guy start bludgeoning him, they're going to raise your hand. That is really the one commonality that we can look back in nineteen ninety three to hoist Gracie and fast forward to today of Kabibi. MEDOFF. If you could throw a guy down to beat him up, you're going to win it in a cage fight. So I always defer back to that but then I will see many great wrestlers who no matter how much time I spent in the practice room and don't forget it's going to be very measured. I go spend more time wrestling and that means I'm spending thirty percent of the time wrestling because I'm not going to quit kickboxing and quit sparring. Flipping that rock outside just on the off chance because somebody told me that's going to help you just going to do all of these things. So what do you do with your time and it is very relevant? Of all of the things that you do. What is the one that is least productive for the sport and everybody could find those identify those and there are some things that you just have to.

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"corey" Discussed on The Dish With Trish

The Dish With Trish

07:00 min | 1 year ago

"corey" Discussed on The Dish With Trish

"Is so much there's all a lot it's crazy to see like in a good way but also I just might preconceived notion of you as I see you on interviews and you're very over the top when you said you were so. I'm shocked because I'm like this is very over the top and I love it your energy like you can feel it right sober. You know. In their clear you know in their concise. Yeah they'd be like controlled chaos to you know that you're very chaotic energy. In a good way I consider myself to be energy. It's a lie it's a good. It's overwhelming you can come into a room and it's just like there's so much happening. I'm like looking at you now. It feels it feels fake. It feels like I'm high almost does. Yeah because this is so surreal. Because it's like okay. I know you from being like this. Big Star right and then obviously reality star and then all of a sudden now. You're like an activist who was changing laws. And like this is. It just feels different. You know if they're going to go away it's just a lie you ever very powerful energy and it's interesting to hear all of this. James who world in a positive way. No it's amazing and hopefully so with this documentary you name names do think these people are still actively doing this stuff. Absolutely the thing about. Pedophilia is it's disease so it's not something that you just do once it's something that's an addiction isn't giving unstop Harvey Weinstein and all that absolute probably well. I mean Harvey Weinstein. I mean that took a lot of years. But he's right he's going to is the one of the people that I'm naming isn't even fulltime vile like he's abused lots of people related holy and our mainstream mainstream names that people will recognize at least one of them. I so now it's gonNA open up an investigation. Basically all name these names that open up some sort of showed pray for is that other victims find the strength to come forward other victims of the same abusers because once we put the names out there all it takes as we saw with Harvey Weinstein which thank God was just arrested and put into jail yesterday. I'm hoping yeah same thing that when we say the name out loud it gives people the strength to go. Okay now. It's out there all I can do it so what I'm hoping is. There is the floodgate opened because I know there is a long list of people that have been abused by this person. So I'm really hoping they find the courage to come forward to speak their truth. And then there's an indictment created and this person goes to jail but a Muslim all of them go to jail because out of the six names were naming only one. That's dead all the rest of them are alive and thriving. I feel like I know exactly who the mainstream wasn't and we want to stay up. I just I know exactly what you're saying. This is like giving me Chelsea so many people that I like been guys girls like trans everything. So that's why I was like. Oh like when you're saying like giving me okay so that would hit me when you were saying that and I'm just like Holy Shit. I know someone who has phrase that just don't say it because it's like because we're so scared because this person so crazy and known for being so crazy. Shit. I would be scared. I'm scared for you. I'm scared like Oh my God and I don't want anything. That's what you know how you can help me to protect my family. Please encourage people to buy tickets. This is my one chance my truth dot com for ticket. March ninth. Go you can get tickets now. Is there anything in addition they can do? Let's say they miss it are they. Let's say they get twenty dollars a ticket. Can they do anything extra? Is Airplane trying to donate something? No we're not taking donations. I didn't want people to think that this is about money so I didn't want to open that can of worms but what people can do. If they really cared is you can buy friends. Tickets right. So each e-mail. He's twenty dollars each e-mail dissuade what? You've got to look at it so if you wanted to say. Get your whole family tickets just to donate to be nice. Then you can put in each of your email families email addresses pay. Us EPA twenty dollars for each one of them and we would be so grateful so interesting. Because it's a it's a film you'd find yourself so it's very common to have a go on me or something like that to to raise money when I do something every how this army of people that they've created against me that's only there to bad mouth me and make me look bad. Goes out there and every post every post that I do. They jump on my post and they go. He's such a money hungry bastard. He's only doing this to get rich. This is just another scheme. He's not even gonNA say any names. You shouldn't trust this guy. He's a guy who was prostituting women. He's a drug dealer. He's this he's that that's what they say about me. They try to destroy my name. Destroy my credibility and make me look like a joke and that's people go support rods. They don't want you to know the truth. They're lying to you to keep you from knowing the truth my truth and so it's amazing that you're getting like I said to even to say just get tickets rather than saying you donate here I wanNA vulture for it. When you sell fun something you know you always like go on me. So it's amazing that you guys are sticking to that. Which is I hope it works out for you and I hope it don't alternately hope it works out for the well we just have powerful prayers are and I feel like people. Yes Oh my gosh this is this is like I'm nervous. I'm excited. I'm scared but I know you'll be fine. You'll always be fine because aside from your acting. I mean as a movie that would be huge beauty. Pick that up. Why faith I have great faith? Faith is as yet and for the greater good and you know what if I'm having to sacrifice myself if change comes from it then that's okay too high risk high reward so I feel like this is gonna be really good. I think it's going to be is seen on all this stuff and you've been on all these shows Dr all all these things talking about it. It's GonNa be a failure and they're all going to talk about that. You Know March tenth. That's just going to be everywhere and that's going to be a little bit of Shit storm but you've handled that before and I feel you won't be surprised if we wake up to the pressing outside my house leader. Extra security. Well you got the security lock and cut like with the boredom. Alma feels only four thousand tickets. That's really sad. Do you know how many people pushed me to do this? How many people were like you have to do this. Name NAMES NAME NAMES. Tens and tens of thousands right all over the world and then when you finally do it. People are like yeah. Whatever that's how it is. I make it a bunch of violence tickets for this. This is everything truth. Doc DOT COM. Get tickets might truth comes out march ninth eight. Pm Pacific Standard Time Corey Feldman Corey Feldman. This has been amazing. How serious you guys have been amazing piece support them? Like I had like my thoughts before you came here and after sitting here with you guys. It's very genuine very real and I will pray and we will put that out there and we'll get all the tickets and check it out and you guys thank you for supporting the podcast peas rate and leave a comment below definitely. Check them out. You guys are on Instagram and Youtube. So she dogs gene. You use our town. Eighty nine love. Love that all right. Thank you so much for copying and hopefully we'll have you guys back into the pockets of your house. March ten people talk about the aftermath. Here it here in the next one thank you bye..

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"corey" Discussed on The Dish With Trish

The Dish With Trish

05:21 min | 1 year ago

"corey" Discussed on The Dish With Trish

"And I'm like what are you andy. Kaufman did what what we crazy. So what does that? So what did you say to him? I said you're crazy. And he goes look. I told you I was going to get a third season man. I'm getting a third season. I told you get a second season. I got the second third. Did you read it in any way? Because that's like a pretty IOS. No not no. This is too far. It's an anti for. Keep your antics acid doing all that you wanted the attention. Yeah you weren't about egg. No maybe because of the point you were you were married. You had a cat like it was a Democrat with attention word on me. I was always the shy one. I always wanted to kind of stay in the corner but see now. I feel like since the surreal life. It's all been very much your attention based your career. Not that you who necessarily they wanna to write about me. But that doesn't mean that I want the attention. He's he's angels. The whole idea was to give the girls the attention not me but it's Donyo. It was on me because it was my name on the banner and it was whatever but again how do I make it meaningful for me? I'M GONNA put my music into it and so like because nobody's ever had a hot girl band where they actually can play is GonNa do that again. Actually tell really was tell like you said actually talented girls that are m I liked. The guitars is like a shredder. Or she was gotta do that again. I'm tired of being screwed over. Yeah right that happens. Broker hurts yeah. He's a saint. Paul Linda you guys are in love and loyalty China's and nothing will happen about Corey so your new documentary. It's documentary right since they're so it's called my truth large dog well. It's called truth the rape of two coreys rape of two coreys very intense for our title very upfront but it's not about your rape. It's about Corey Hames rate. Because you're never both of us were molested about. I was molested and you can consider molestation of raping. But that's not even what my reference is my references his rape and my emotional rape because basically the fact that he told me the secret when he was fourteen years old the first day that we met and I have had to hold onto that secret for thirty five years so he never talked about this while he was alive never talked about. He was so scared to talk about it and he and he made me promise to never say a word so I never said a word for thirty five years and then the year before he died. That's when he came over that night he said actually I may not be around long and unlike what and he's like. Yeah I'm feeling like I'M GONNA be dead within the next year and if that happens. I want you to get my story out and I was like. That's not my job. No no you do that yourself. I'm writing my own book. You write your own book. Let's suppose right our books and he was like No. I can't do it man. I'm too afraid. What was he afraid of? Just be murdered and you're not afraid of us at all. They've already tried a couple of times. We're terrified we're terrified. I was crying on the way up here because I was just like I. I'm worried if I'M GONNA lose them right so what I so. I guess that if he was so terrified and he's gone. Why don't you just maybe track backtrack a little? Maybe not do it. Like just as yeah. You can't live in fear and I can't have these people think that they are better than anything that they can get away with this. It's not okay. You can't go around abusing children not on my wife. Something feels like I get a sick feeling. Like now courtney right now and she's just like so emotional and I get this feeling that like something bad will happen and I just feel like I get it telling the story but at the same time it's like I don't know maybe just maybe don't go so full. I'm scared for you because this comes out march ninth. It's going to be out and wanted doubt. There's no taking. This is what I believe. Okay here's what I believe. First of all they've already made two attempts on my life. I've had death threats on a daily basis for years. Okay so I'm kind of used to it but but she's not and you have you have your wife and your child Ray absolutely. We've been through it all pretty much together. But it's about the greater good about doing something making one thing in your life that is not about you that is completely selfless and doing something right for for somebody else and this is for kids out there because let me tell you something. These men are ruining lives across the freaking planet. Yeah okay they don't just have one victim. They have multiple victims. Because it's a sickness you know just as people were into porn and they just want to masturbate over and over and over same thing but you're doing it to children's lives you're breaking their souls. You're breaking you're taking that away from them taking their it's not okay and it's Gotta. Stop. Nobody else is going to say it. Then I've got to say it but you know what I pray to God. That people support this. Because I'll tell you the only way I'm going to stay safe is by being able to pay for my family's security and the only way that's going to happen is people actually support because right now. I'll be honest with you..

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"corey" Discussed on The Dish With Trish

The Dish With Trish

10:11 min | 1 year ago

"corey" Discussed on The Dish With Trish

"Can help you. Therapy can't help you. I promise you you're not but if you want. We want friends pushed him away. I want friends and I say I want friends and get them. I'm like Lewis Carroll's crazy. Br better they real friends. And where their motivation? Here's here's a question though like it's hard to be friends with someone who is destructive right like you can't say you can't help kids they push you away so much you can only go away. But that's my thing is like I'm always tell people like look. I'll be there for you as long as you want me to be there for you but if you tell me to f. off then I'll be like okay. Peace Out. See I tell people the F. wanting them to stay home was like we were supposed to stay like literally like but I'll be like straight up one time. I'm gone now shit. We'll see Mary. I'm that person fuck off. I'm like no say people play the game for a little while and then they finally eventually lead. Eventually I think in your life you're going to find a point where you actually want something a little bit more solid that you can trust while but then you got someone like Corey Haim. Who never got married? Never I kids and still selfless start to completely destroyed because what he still had me and yeah me and that's the way you know. When he died he died after I left him for a year. That was the first time ever taken a year without talking to a year without spending time with them and not to say that's completely why he died but at the same time. I'm sure not a big part in it and then I came back into his life. The last three months we became good friends again. We became very close again and I think it was like just the damage that he'd done through all the years caught up so it was. He didn't WanNa die in the he was trying to take care of his mom right. He did say something to me very powerful before he died. He said I've prayed about this at. I told God that he should take my life instead of hers. I'm willing to sacrifice my so if my mom can live. And that's exactly what happened. Oh my God wow. And how soon? Before he died he said that and I feel like praying manifesting. Whatever you call it those are so such powerful things like if you like people manifestation I call it praying when you pray with something that I feel like that is like so powerful. Oh really works. Especially if you put it out there on a daily basis and you really obsess on it like he would because he loved his mom so much he would have done anything for her anything you know in the end in the last three months. I was driving her chemotherapy appointment. A lot of people don't realize that they didn't have a car they're living at the OAKWOODS. They were stuck there. Wow so I would go pick them up and take them to over. A one. Right across from Disney is inches of getting dreams in a way. That's kind of comforting to know that he wanted that like he was like maybe in a way to like. That's for me death. I've always been comforted by that like if someone's struggling so much with addiction or loneliness for me. It's like loneliness an addiction. There's some comfort that one no but like I was telling you this year that he was actually not doing the drug east of the year before he died. It was the most sober the most clear that he'd ever been. So you know when we finished the two coreys. I walked away. Because he was doing it again he was he was taking too many gobs and handfuls of pills like waking up in the ICU and doing all that stuff. But I said you know after he blew it on the lost boys I got him in the second lost boys which the studio was not having it they did not want to let him on the set and I said please give this chance. I promise you is better. We've been doing a show together. He's great that it had and so they finally gave him the chance and then he blew them off. Two Times. Didn't come to work all descend. Forget it we must happen then because I saw that in the two year but vindication out those tribe recently that was like. Oh you're like it's not happening. I swear I saw a headline. That's we don't know about the new pilot that they're doing they're doing a new laws boys pilots and there was a sequel was three three movies. Thank God thank you to produce the third one. Okay so you were in the second one. I was in the second one executive producer third one and the third one actually had a lot to do with writing and helping out and all that stuff and the second one. I wrote a little bit but I didn't take credit for it so I was very involved with all of them and I was the reason why he got back in the second one. And then he flaked a couple times on the shoot and then And then basically the producers from the two coreys were like come on. You've got to get him back in one more time. One more time please. And I'm like they're not GONNA do it. They're not going to do. They're so pissed Hang them off twice and then they were like just. Please give it one more shot. So I go back into the producers and I asked him one more time and they were like okay if we can do it in a pickup day in L. A. Since he's going to be in La because the other thing was that he was only going to be able to do it in Canada and like we were shooting the second one in Canada. We shot the first season and the two coreys in Canada because he couldn't get into the states so I had to write a letter to. Ucs Do you get him to be able to come back into the states. So I had to write a letter to the judge and I'd write a letter to the government saying you know he's totally trustworthy because he hit a bus full of children while he was Odeen Wedneday nodding out in a car and he was like he borrowed his friends Mercedes and he smashed into the back of a buzz and after that they just didn't want him in the country so they pushed him out of the country. We come back into America for a couple years and so basically. We shot the first season of the two coreys up in Canada and then we shot this sequel for laws in Canada. Only for him and then he didn't even show it to do the shoot so I was furious right. We were all furious and then we got picked up for a second season. The two coreys identity morning do it I was like I am not doing this on the executive I'm to look like an ass. He was an executive producer to but if he didn't do his job that's on him for me. Yeah absolutely we both were on the on the jacuzzis and I both created the second lost. Boys is this. You got what so then. But then he came on. He agreed to do it so then we finally shot in La. We got the whole day together. We got everybody to agree and I was super excited because up until that point the second season was going great. He was totally silver. Like when we did that diner scene he was like firing off at me. Like you'll man. What about this? What about that? He was like all clear what people don't know. Here's a big behind-the-scenes for you. As soon as you know the part where it goes to commercial which like. Oh Yeah. I'm GonNa talk about what you did to me when I was fourteen years old tonight. Done it at a rate all that stuff. He's mad at me and then they're like okay. We're running out of tape. We gotta take a break and they go to. The break is going to have smoke men and we literally hadn't seen each other in six months since last season right so that was all real. It was like really that we hadn't seen each other. We really had been a fight and he was really going around talking smack about me to the press which I couldn't understand I'm like I'm fighting to get you in this movie. You Flake on the movie and then you go into the presence Corey. Because he's doing laws boys without me like was he high probably so but anyway so what happened was after. We finally got it to happen. And he's like we shoot his cameo pickup day last day of shooting and everything had been good up until that point he does this big dinner for me and my ex wife. It's on show. We have this big. Celebratory dinner words like look at. This is what I always wanted. I always wanted to be in laws ways. You got me back in the movie. I love you for that. Thank you for being such a good friend. Thank you for being my brother. I'm so sorry about the way I acted like an ass at the end of the last season. Let's get it all back together. So that was what happened. And then the next morning he shows up at the set high and I was like I don't get it but going back so what happened was What was telling you there was really important season. Two of the two coreys lost boys he talked trash the media. He was high on it the diner scene. Exactly there's an okay so so we talked for a while and then we do this diners blowing up on me and like trying to throw everything in my face and I'm like what are you doing right now because we had a contract and the contract said we weren't going to talk about the molestation. That was a taboo. That was a no boundary. Don't do it. You're molestation are both. We had certain things in our like it was like this is going to be an open book. We wanted to be really real but there's going to be certain topics we just don't bring up in. It's taboo and I had mine and he had his mine was about my sex life because I didn't want people to know that these crazy sex life things. That's your whole persona though. I feel like Oh no. No no no no that time. Yeah not at all until kid. I didn't want to talk about my sex life. Nothing to do with sex and he was like me to nothing to do with sex. No mine stations know anything. We agreed on that. So now is the look of shock fades when he goes. What about the time we get got really the tale of two Corey is they? Were talking about that in Your Life. And he brought it up rose. Iq Let it happen right right. And he hears the truth of the matter the truth the matter is once they cut to cameras and they said. Okay. We're taking five because you want to grab a smoke and I'm like all right so we walk outside and gives me the biggest hug. A whiz risen in my ear. I love you man. You know I love you my brother forever. You know that nobody else will ever be my brother. My brother like I don't know I mean he's got a little brothers half brother named Daniel. Yeah but he didn't get to see him very often and he loved him very much very very much but he didn't get to see him often and I was the next best thing two brothers so it was like even though we had this riff and even though you know and that all went to what his mindset really was about all of this which he finally revealed to me in our last conversation before we took the year break which was when he came over to my house with his mom and we all had kind of this peaceful dinner and it was at that point that he let the cat out of the bag and said to me. I did it.

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"corey" Discussed on The Dish With Trish

The Dish With Trish

03:25 min | 1 year ago

"corey" Discussed on The Dish With Trish

"Was very talented. Amazing women. I really is and ways of Lakers. She's an artist. She's right and she was like a personality that people like musically have dot. Okay I see what you're saying. Do you guys make music together and is out on. I two hundred on Youtube. Where she's singing. One word you know turn and you write these songs you right. I do not know all this either literally spent forty eight hours everything so it started with that movie that you said you don't endorse anymore with the Telstra quarries which totally right away. Make your biggest man because I felt so from the beginning like battery. I don't endorse it. It's not a clear accurate picture of what was really made. You Look Great Age. I thought Corey Haim. Let's not so great in the movie because they made him look like the attic. And you're trying to help him and he's like we went about me and I was. I felt like I wasn't adding two for three years if I hadn't got my life together. Thanks to the people cry help you know which is a hard core. Cra Hallard poor were in prison. Okay I know you're there with gang members and like heart it's hard core right and it was like five dudes in a room. No air conditioning bunk beds. I mean like a prison pretty but the thing is gates are open so you can walk out anytime how so. I could have left but if I would have left. I would've gotten a bench warrant and I would have been right back in jail. You're going to go there and a quarter plan so I stayed for ten months. And that's when my ex started cheating on me while I was in rehab NASA sober came out silverlake ready to start my life at nineteen years old and find out that she'd been cheating on me while I was in Riyadh and I was just lake out back. Then when someone's cheating on you there's no social media so like how do you know I went to her house. And there was all these prints records that had her name on. It told me she was obsessed with Prince before I went into Rehab and then yeah so she was like you know only thing. He's so sexy I think he's so great and then all of a sudden she's like oh I met. Prince is night and I was like. Oh that's nice. Where'd you meet him? And I was at a club and fast forward three months later and find this twelve inch record called. Get off out which actually said on the cover last night. I J- is from Vanessa in. We were playing strip pool in my house. And all this stuff and it's like all in backwards writing and you have to read it and I was just like I was home alone. High Cogan was the bigger child star. You're McColgan oh my God he was because I do not realize again. I realized it until I watched this movie. Like all the movies. You forgot your in Gremlins was like Oh my God like you're an all the leg stand by me and Gremlins like all of those. I started much younger right so I was. I was doing stuff I was working. Mccoy did because I did one hundred commercials before I was ten years old done more movies than has series right but the deal is I became a bigger teen star so he was more famous as ten to twelve.

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"corey" Discussed on The Dish With Trish

The Dish With Trish

02:01 min | 1 year ago

"corey" Discussed on The Dish With Trish

"Please ask one nine. Yeah reporting is they think it is know changing my Wendy Williams. At first I was trying to young like Anna Nicole. Now I'm like when you check out. There was probably thirty thirty year old grades angels. Of course no one over thirty absolutely at all those girls were twenty them me. There was no thirty year old. Boys Angel Tibet. Promise you do you know that. I'm not going to see anybody by name because I am turned into venom. Vixen girls yes network that and he didn't save them saves her. Yeah how did you? How did you make it through the Kayak? How did you become the last ending because you know what happened when she was a real person? Shot a soul using you firm. It's weird it's ironic that you're not because you set it up to be like. Hey this is the deal. I'm GonNa like you can use me. I'm GONNA use you and that's it. That was kind of a mutual benefit. Shell relationship and official. Ya Not using that saying I'm here for you and you're here for me and we have a beautiful love in. That's beautiful that's how it started but when it came a business there wasn't nothing mutual about it. It was me doing everything I could to promote them to help them to build them and you wearing. I wouldn't mind now. I would only benefit from it if we collectively became successful but the band and those guys were getting paid guy and you were in the band you play guitar. I play piano and I D J and I sing. Oh my gosh okay. Do you still do that now. A little bit. Yeah Okay but when we go back on tour it won't be an angel tour. But she's still be in the band. Yeah Linda I love that. That's John and Yoko or something like that Paul. Linda's very cute. I like that again because Yoga.

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"corey" Discussed on The Dish With Trish

The Dish With Trish

06:05 min | 1 year ago

"corey" Discussed on The Dish With Trish

"Tricia paid US and today. We are joined by Corey Feldman and his lovely wife court so much for having us in your pink nece exciting High Pink with very honored to have you here. We've already been talking for like a good. Lordy my favorite wings and artwork around my House. Just me and so people are like. That's a little weird pictures around the house of me too. Okay so I have like this wall of Shame. I call it but that was like me with all these like legendary people. So it's kind of the the duality wall of shame when it's really people that you'd kind of be bragging about but like Robert Deniro and alkyl Jackson. Paul McCartney like the biggest. Yeah okay I would have to like. I think my biggest one is Michael. Keaton in my house. I framed that he is a big deal. Jeff a whole beetlejuice room so that was like Peta me but that's really cool. I really showed about man and I got to see him. Actually in his Batman suit says how your friend No. I met him that day but I was there. Why was there? I don't remember somebody was working on it like because it was well Tim. Burton was directing that one or was it Joel Schumacher. I don't know. Obviously I did. The Joel Schumacher won. But he branded Michael Kim timber so I don't remember exactly why I was on this. I don't think it was shooting a shooting something myself on the same lot and so I had heard that they were shooting the second Batman and I was like where I need to go right. Now is a yeah. Yeah always there on that. They were doing like a scene where it was him in cat-woman fighting on the rooftops on a rooftop and it was a part where he literally goes. You were like a teenager. Eighty nine thousand nine. Yeah that's crazy. Okay so Corey Feldman by the way you might be most like legit person. So far I've had on the PODCAST. We'll start at the most. We started in October and we have a lot of amazing people. I think we had well. We have one actor David who is really great but like you. He's amazing I've known him since eighteen talking about people. I've known him since I was eighteen. I've known you know Korean but when a team that's well it's an interesting start by trouble because people call it exploitative when I talk about I'm just a nice way non-exploitative if you talk about a friendship. Yeah I guess I guess because our friendship wasn't always the greatest. It wasn't necessarily a friendship. It was more like a giant sham. Consider I'd say part of my story as you know it never talk shit and the end of the day. Everybody knows he did a lot of drugs and you know what so why. I mean like we've all done a lot of drugs at some point in our lives right like I mean not. Everybody obviously very conservative people out. There have never done anything. I know if you've been raised in this craziness and you're brought up in this world. You know the pressures are intense and immense and there's at some point somebody going to offer you something and at some point when you're a kid who's been kept in a cage most of your life who's been locked in a sheltered environment most of your life and then all of a sudden you've got this world of opportunity beset in front of you right. Take advantage of taste. The fruits right. That's what we do. Humans we can't resist so for me. Personally I I was very conservative. Might very conservative. I was raised like abused. You know and like like tortured and abused in that way and like a slave so when it actually got to the point of me getting out on my own I was afraid of everything and I probably would anti-drug campaigns when I was fifteen I had already smoked weed but then I was like all smoke weed because it's natural but I'm not GonNa do any of that other stuff because that's really scary stuff who wants to snort stuff up there not really very much. So wow what timeframe are you on drugs from basically from fifteen and a half until eighteen and a half so it was basically three years short-lived so very short lived. I got it all in really fast. Did my investigations exploratory. The best and then I learned what I needed to learn and then I got the hell out and that's why I'm still here and that's why I still look healthy and good. Yeah all the rumors and all the things that people have tried to stick me like. Oh He's such a party boy. Set an animal to whatever is all lies and rumors of the matter is I was sober at nineteen years old. And he ever could even legally drink okay since one thousand nine hundred nineteen own during the whole whole. This real quick doesn't go back to that but like during the whole Corey's angel things you were completely sober sober. I wasn't drinking. It does seem very hugh. Hefner vary like crazy. The angels started as an offshoot of playboy. That's how that started because basically I had been in eighteen relationships in a row and all of them ended the same. Which was them cheating on? Really I was always a loyal faithful guy. One woman personnel actors loyal. I've never met an actor. That was loyal he is. He's been like the most honest guy I've ever dated in my entire life. I've been inch cheated on and abuse and shit like my whole life. He's like the only one that's with respect and dignity and all. I've always been romance guy. I've always been gentleman. That's the way I was taught. That's the way I was raised right. Okay let me and Michael Jackson got along so well is because he was a gentleman to lake he was very soft spoken. He was very quiet. You know right hands folded. There's just certain things that you learn when you learn respect and how to treat women with respect right. I learned that from both Hefner and Michael. They were both gentlemen. Okay Michael Yeah that. Why am I gonNA have thirteen? Even though he had women posing naked he wasn't he wasn't gross about it. It was classic. Yeah you've been married once retail. Oh Wow okay. There was another white before her. Vanessa Marshall This is Oh my God. This is what I did research on yesterday my whole day.

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"corey" Discussed on KXNT NewsRadio 840 AM

KXNT NewsRadio 840 AM

08:26 min | 1 year ago

"corey" Discussed on KXNT NewsRadio 840 AM

"Corey how can help Jan I'm calling on behalf of my younger brother so he recently graduated from a military academy back in may decided to take is final summer as I get that the billion off to go back home work on the beach she was paramedic on the beach for the summertime and since then you're supposed to be entering the military back in January and never did so we kinda hit like installing point against and his wife and I'm not really certain I've been trying to like motivated to get back into that a place where you can you know feel comfortable entering the military I don't know if you're getting cold feet or not but he's getting all these like mixed emotions of like thinking about going back to school again which is very silly from my perspective but he's carrying a lot of student debt from its first school and he is collecting unemployment right now which is pretty silly so it's been a it's been a really really weird situation well core let me start by saying I think you're really good dude and I really think you're good brother but you're not being a very good encourage your right now the last thing your brother see your little brother by any chance younger yeah yeah the last thing your little brother needs is Big Brother telling him he needs to go into the military and stop worrying about all the things he's afraid that's not what I eat what he needs is a Big Brother comes along side of this is Hey man Hey little bro it's gonna be okay let's get clear let's just slow life down for second and let's look at why you are hesitant to go in the military why don't you just ask him and let him lay it out there then I would also ask him why do you think about going back to school get all these answers let's get into a place where he's comfortable having a conversation with you then right what hold on hold on ahead and he's P. paired those two things together actually his hesitation enters because he's under the impression that if he goes in fluent in a foreign language and his case you want to learn Spanish fluently battle given better placement in jobs once he does enter the military and that's what you want to go back to school board is to learn Spanish fluently okay so you're telling me is where I was going as I want to know what little brother really would want to do with his life if there were no hurdles at all has he had that conversation with you is he is he always want to be in the military he really wants to be in the military and he wants to be in Spanish speaking roles because he has a a love of of the Hispanic world the Hispanic community of me give me a why here which is why all he wants to be a career service member that's for sure okay great always want an addict yeah he's always want to enter the military about the reason why he went to a military academy on them but I get quality these experience was that you coming out of the cabin you without the without skilled I guess that would better place and then the average person who just left out of ice so you're telling me that the reason he hasn't reenlisted or jump back in is because he doesn't feel like he has the skills and if he jumps and now it's just a waste of his time because he doesn't think he's qualified enough to get something that would be worth doing is that what I'm getting maybe not necessarily be a waste of his time but that the military than placement something that's not satisfying thing and that it will be almost under filling in miserable that's a waste of time yeah okay so we're saying the same thing all right so here's the deal I think he's worried about school costing too much and I just don't think he needs to go to a four year college to become fluent Spanish in fact I could think of this of a bunch of different ways and he can go research it but if he wants to be fluent in another language with the Spanish or any other language he does not have to go to a traditional college to learn that that information is available a whole lot cheaper and you could do it on his time so I'd say Hey Hey I tell you if I were you I'd find three or four or five different programs giving the different pricing and showing how easy it is and how it's doable and he could actually get that qualification of be able speak a different language and he can get it in this amount of time which means you know he needs to see a clear path forward wait a second I don't have to go back to school and totally radically changed my life I can go learn this online or in person at this place this places with it once I've got that qualification then I reply and now I'm more qualified or much more attractive candidate that's all you needed Khorchin to do their listen would you or a family member this is tough for L. of Corey's heart but you want so much for your family member to see the potential or to experience the momentum or experience the victory that you see for the but in wanting to help them sometimes and pushing them and pushing them a pushing them if they don't realize the clear path if they don't see that their fear is not reality then it's just going to create tension so the better role is not to be the pusher in that situation the role is to almost be the helpful guide in the hopeful listener let him get it all out let's get out what's really holding back in this help them walk through how to defeat that enemy and it's going to come down to three things fear doubt in pride every time let's go to Oscar next to is on the line in Arizona Oscar how can help hello Sir thank you for taking my call appreciate it sure what's going on I am a behavior health therapist I work with youth who are hooked on drugs and I am currently burnt out I am trying to find my way out of this career but I invested so much time in there and energy and my passion but at the same time as I feel like it okay retaining Oscar Oscar I got great news for you I know you feel burned out I don't question for second that you have the feelings of being burned out but I got great news you're not actually burned out you're dealing with build up on the heart nas gonna defy the five causes of build up and let's see if you're experiencing all five or a few the five number one is no connection to the work that's not your deal you just told our to our audience you're passionate about this work so it's not a lack of connection and heart with the actual job and role the second causes you're overwhelmed you feel like the more you pull in the parking lot that you're absolutely about to drown the third because is is that you are under appreciated you just you just don't feel like anybody appreciate you okay the other thing is is that you were on recognizing there's no reward in the work you can't see it you're working really hard to you don't feel like that's happening in the fifth because of burnout skis we build up is that you're just bored so which one do you think it is because I think you got a couple going on yes thank you I have a couple okay so tell me what's causing you to feel that way tell let's identify specifically I do feel very over a wound I have also been in my journey to the baby steps and I've developed other ways so income so there are times in which I question if I choose should I just focus on those other areas no and not necessarily job not necessarily again what if I removed your workload okay you know you're overwhelmed if we were to remove what is causing you to feel and be overwhelmed would you even be called me right now would you be feeling like Hey I mean if I'm doing what I'm doing and I'm not overwhelmed and I don't feel like I'm just about over he every second the day do I still love the work yes or no and the answer will be enhanced yes so here's the deal keep doing the stuff on the side that makes more money of that's all positive for you but I deal with this call all the time we can call mature we got to figure out what's causing us to feel the symptoms of burnout realize it's build up on the heart and we can remove the build up the heart still hair beating passionately.

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"corey" Discussed on The Final Lap

The Final Lap

01:56 min | 1 year ago

"corey" Discussed on The Final Lap

"About that website yeah and so for those of you there taking notes notes at home and you carry product that's how interviews done right there that wasn't bad thank you that wasn't bad yeah so the funny thing you talk about people checking out my website and stuff all season long been hitting news topics of joy because i think he's an interesting story he's been compelling thing to follow all season long with the great runs these head and all the different cool paint schemes and things things so i come to interview him at a texas in the garage and i walked up my headquarters toby christie you're the christie is pretty funny funny it was a good time and it was awesome for him to to chisel out some time in his schedule for that they've got a lot of sponsorship it's becoming that way in the thirty two team and it looks like corey should it'd be good to go next season and a thirty two car based on what we talked about an interview and based on what we've heard the car owners say as well so looks like he should back next season that car that must have felt the good on both your parts that he got to meet his celebrity i must have been star struck by i don't know if you start struck by me but i i thought it was cool at least recognized who i was based on the name and stuff he knew who i was which was nice so that's always good you know how you're doing well do do you know when you're doing well in nascar media how well when you ruffling feathers of the other nascar media members they are indifferent about you in some ways there was some there are some funny moments by don't really do too much and and blast anyone but it was pretty funny there was some but if you're flying under the radar nobody gives a crap app what you're doing yeah i agree i agree but yeah there are a couple of moments where there was a little bit hostility then the media center about what i'm doing and i think it's funny it's like you know if you're that threatened by what i'm doing just do what you're doing and if you're happy with what you're doing that will work out man don't worry about it you know like it keep doing what you're doing i'll keep doing that all right news of the week cue.

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"corey" Discussed on The Eddie Trunk Podcast

The Eddie Trunk Podcast

12:03 min | 1 year ago

"corey" Discussed on The Eddie Trunk Podcast

"Let's get into the interview for the week and it is a good one with Corey Taylor lead singer uh of slipknot and stone sour this interview again courtesy of my Sirius. XM RADIO SHOW TRUNK NATION ON VOLUME Channel One. Oh six it happened a couple of weeks ago. Doke Corey calling in from the road on a day off in Pittsburgh with slipknot and here he is cory Taylor on the trunk podcast. He currently Hundley has the number one album in America Ladies and gentlemen with his band slipknot congratulations Corey Taylor. How are you my brother? Good Dude. How you doing Amanda Thank you for that I appreciate how does it feel man to the number one like for me as a rock fan? Even if I didn't like you I'd be happy. It's just for rock streak. You knocked out all the pop and hip Hartland like on top. Top of the charts is a metal rock album like at that's awesome. I'm so happy man. Thank you man yeah. I mean it's I was talking to the guys about this just about like what what an accomplishment it. Is You know I mean not only after twenty years but just in this environment environment that is just so anti rock anti metal like very very. It's almost like you know the the chips are stacked against us and so many different ways and for for us to be able to Kinda push that all out overcome all of that stuff and and have another number one you know like after twenty years in this kind of environment. It's it's that's a hell of an achievement like we're we're. We're really stoked. We're very chopped and I I was reading yesterday. We were talking about it a little bit on the air and breaking down some of the stats and you know me. I'm a fan big time time of getting music physically like I'm still a hardcore CD guy all the way but whether your trip is cd or vinyl all about having it physically and the packaging and in the liner notes and all that so what I was reading is a large percentage of slipknot fans actually purchase the album in a physical format. Is that correct that we didn't yet we haven't had all the numbers come in but the the official number was one hundred sixteen thousand solid like physical sees that was outside of streams that was outside of digital sales that would just physical copies which is immense in this day and age you know like yeah and a and that was just from the official sites like we we still were having numbers. Come in from like a lot of the mom and pop shops around the around the country. which do you know we? We really to try to work with them to make sure that we can you know help because it's such a hard thing for them to keep in in business now that we do we do a lot of like work with them and send them like like special edition copies things. There's you know signed and stuff like it's been it's been really cool man. You know like the people realize why you know streaming is done until you see a lot of the a lot of bands having to hang it up because of it you know I don't know if you saw the the the breaking news today that Eminem's publisher is is suing spotify in a in a bunch of other streamers because they've been adding songs and not counting the streams. Did you see that no no yeah yeah. It's it's kind of up big big big deal like he sees. They're going full full court press so it's GonNa be interesting to see what happens. Wow I mean you're you're. I and I've read some interviews with you've you've done recently for this album cycle. You're you're very conflicted about the whole streaming thing predominantly because of how shitty the royalties are for you right right. Oh absolutely you know people get the wrong idea. It's like I am not against streaming. You know like I'm not. I'm not that asshole. You know it's like I don't compare how people get the music you know. My whole. Concern is the fact that you're supporting a platform that is putting artists out of business and less you. Can you know you can you can get millions upon millions upon millions of streams. They're sucking crumbs at people you know like I'm fortunate enough to be able to you know I can go out on the road and earn a living. I can you know we sell MERCS can earn a living like that. But what about these bands that can't do that. You know how it's supposed to do that. You know so for me. It's like I don't care if you stream the music. My my problem isn't with the fan. My problem is with the streaming services themselves. The fact that artists are not being compensated for the work that that they have slipped like sweat toil like they busted their ass to to record to create and then put themselves in Hawk to to a record label that you know is getting paid I from streaming services before the artist which is really crazy because then artists you have to pay the money back but it took to go in and record this thing in the first place. There's so many things that are against the artists these days now that I it's that's that's the that's the problem I have is the fact that I it seems like we're we're trying to run a marathon in quicksand you know and and the fans Dan get it wrong. It's like we don't care how music we care that. People are not being compensated. That's the whole point of this not taking into your a personal business but were you able to cause a Bam like tool who sat out on streaming for the longest time they've got a new record coming out so strategic timing they're jumping into the streaming right now and now they're stuff is up there but a lot of these artists if they hold out for a while they're able to make a at least reasonable deal to at least see some of the money from it more favorably so in the slipknot camp were were you guys able to structure a deal for yourselves is at least remotely fair or you just kind of on on streaming reluctantly. We didn't get a choice in it basically that that's one of those things where the cards were definitely the labels favor they just they just kind of threw us up there along with the rest of the the roster you know as a major inquiry. We're talking today you you got the number one album not only in America but another parts of the world as well so you guys have you guys have leverage you guys. have your sweet spot spa. You actually earn a really really big band right now. So were you a are you able to apply some of that leverage in and says you know to push back a little bit if you wanted to. I think we can the next time we go to renegotiate right. Unfortunately we didn't do it this time around you know because we were in a situation where we hadn't renegotiated you know if like the last time we did. It was a couple of albums ago. Let's put that way and we you you know at the time we didn't take that in consideration you know for for whatever whoever was doing the negotiating just it was one of those things that at the time it wasn't a huge concern and now work. Unfortunately we find ourselves in a different climate. You know so next time it happens we have to we. We have to think about that. So you know goes. It'd be in the same position. I'm hoping we will but no I. It's it's one of those things like like once again. I'm not a I'm more concerned about people who are not in my position now. I'm more concerned about about the fact that up and coming bands aren't being able to make a living you know they. Can't you know take some time off the road to spend time with their families because maybe there's some publishing coming in a royalties coming in. It's it's it's insane. What's going on right now? You know I've I've seen bands who have been doing it for a while to hang it up because they don't make anything any more on the back end and that's that's just sad man. You know when Ben's Dan can't you know you bust your ass for fifteen years and you gotta hang it up because of that. That's not right yeah. No you're one hundred percent right. Look I mean with me. I'm still about you know like I said owning it. I still I I know it might be considered an antiquated position but clearly not because a lot of people bought especially in the metal world in the rockwall medal world and people. I've talked to in bands and labels that that's where there's really been a great degree of support still for physical co formats and that's good to see and I think somebody told me like in and you know better than I do because you toured the world but like in Japan the CD is still king like they still worship the so yards so that to me is really encouraging to hear because I think all this stuff is cyclical to some degree and what's out will soon come back again. I mean you got guys releasing records on cassettes. I know track and crazed. Did you do a cassette of the new album. You didn't do it on cassette. Did you now. I don't think we did a cassette but I thought about it. I wanted to do a cassette with the last stone sour album and they were they wouldn't print 'em for us. I was really bummed but I got a stat stat for you. I got a stat for you next time you are considering that so there's a documentary I watched and I had the director on called cassette. It's just called cassette. I got it on itunes or something and it's about the invention of the cassette and how important it was but also about cassettes now you ready for this. Do you know that I think it was a year or two years ago in the US alone one hundred and seventy thousand new cassettes were sold hundred and seventy like I'm not talking about like old ones like Britain newly produced cassettes. One hundred seventy thousand were sold that it's crazy. It's nuts that created. I know I know and I think it's driven. Somebody said it was driven by guardians of the galaxy in the whole like kids seeing the apparent. I didn't see the movie. Apparently there's like mix tapes or something in there and people sort of the nostalgia of cassettes. It's actually a really really cool point in the movies. You're talking to a marvel nerd so I can tell you all about it. it's actually ties back to the main in character Peter Quill and his mother who passes away he is sharing her love of music with him so makes him mix tapes of the music that she grew up listening to or continue to late like her favorite songs and that's why the the the soundtracks ax are called guardians of the galaxy volume one and it's. It's a cassette tape it. It's written right on the cassette tape itself volume all you want. It's really really cool man so that that actually makes a lot of sense. I should've known if I had a question regarding a nerd movie that Corey Taylor would be the best person to answer that put up the Corey Taylor hotline for anything pretty much pretty much. My whole audience myself included fall in that category it just it depends what you're into of course yeah hey so. Let's talk about the record a little bit. You know I listen to this record and correct me if I'm wrong because you know me I love stuff with some more melody and I love when you sing because I love your voice and to me on this record..

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"corey" Discussed on The Eddie Trunk Podcast

The Eddie Trunk Podcast

02:21 min | 1 year ago

"corey" Discussed on The Eddie Trunk Podcast

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"corey" Discussed on Throwing Shade

Throwing Shade

02:21 min | 1 year ago

"corey" Discussed on Throwing Shade

"Modest for women to wear pants the as we all know. The bible says a lot of fucked up things. That shouldn't be followed anymore yeah. This is what this is. A quote from the paper from benjamin corey has preached from the bible what he believes so this is benjamin corey son calling his dad calling that corey so they had to say there is something pastor corey richards and their sons that just they don't get along very former weird relationship. Oh well then your way to decode this shit. He said corey has preached from the bible what he believes his interpretation and what the bible says about women dressing modestly and he believes that in today's day and age pants on or woman sometimes can show a woman's body immodestly. You know what here's the thing. I'm so fucking tired of this. Do you know what's actually a modest showing a dead ed woman. A dead naked woman on csi like we're the fuck point your targets at the right direction right how many times you see fucking doc and you'd literally turn on the t._v. And you see a dead woman all the time. How about that. How about you go like where many naked women on t._v. Do you know that i was at a party when i first moved to l._a. With my first husband and a guy guy came up to me to know as my husband came came up to me and he was like you know if you want i could get you on csi dead body. You're pretty enough. How did you not fuck him right there and then it was really really convincing. What an offer you have to and you really truly said that. Benjamin is an oh sorry. Corey is obsessed culottes but you really have to applaud this families obsession with this fashion. This is what benjamin went on to say. He said his wife pam which means corey's wife pam which i don't know if there's is a mom or not but maybe he's his mom his wife pam. I can tell you does not own a pair of pants. She only wears dresses and skirts and sometimes times on occasion. Pam said so good coalition. It's waiting for you. We offer running without tripping and other perks like putting your legs in whatever position you want and having your vagina expos.

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"corey" Discussed on Mickstape: The Barstool Basketball Podcast

Mickstape: The Barstool Basketball Podcast

03:29 min | 2 years ago

"corey" Discussed on Mickstape: The Barstool Basketball Podcast

"Yeah. Sometimes number. Just shows up. Title you here. I'm here. Cory this is Tyler Tyler was Corey brew high. I'm good. How are you calling? Thank you for joining us. Great. Thanks have. Of course. What's your first question? You have no idea what we've talked about. We've been talking badly about you all the time. Okay. Again, fine with that. So politics core. Your thoughts. Don't answer it. I do have a question though. I just want to how was it playing. Maybe this was already discussed. How is it playing for Donovan in college? And then like years later someone much much richer than him. Like these words still have the same merit. It was great for me because I love women college. When I got to Oklahoma City, you've got place on I feel like I was in college though. Yeah. Like, he was like, listen, everything say, so. It. It was a man is like just goes down. I mean, I seventeen again. I always thought about that. Like when they say, these college coaches, and they want to coach the guys that used to play for them. Like is it the same being eighteen nineteen hundred vers twenty seven twenty eight and also multi multimillionaire depends on much respect respect. You got so much better. Because I guess if guys their coach probably be a big adjustment. But me, I feel like I was reading on. True. So go back to slandering meaning. Yeah, no this guy. So since you are well traveled throughout the league. I wanna know like who which city has the best food and Corey brewer opinion. The best food a lot of good food every way strong agree. Orleans food if you go to right places, Houston, I live. Houston has barbecues a lot of period. So those cities I'm from the south. So I like eating southern food. All right. So which which area has the best music. Best music. LA has visions. A good music out there, but I'm from the south. So I listen to a lot of down south route. And that all right. The which area has the best women. So so where did you find it? Answer. Vote right now, she had me ask that that was she planted that question here. So here's here's a here's a list. I'm sure, you know, you're part of Michael Jordan. Alan iverson. Rick Barry, Corey brewer only players in NBA history with fifty points and six steals in one game. When you hear stuff like that? How crazy is that? Great player. At the time when you like got the fifty points, but I do need that six still gonna be contest Jordan, Barry and those guys. Oh, anything about it. At the time. I was like. Let's..

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"corey" Discussed on The Takeout

The Takeout

01:33 min | 3 years ago

"corey" Discussed on The Takeout

"And then you're listening to the takeout though of welcome to all of our cherished listeners and podcast land the sheer tuesday takeout uptake especially ally major garrett you know my title we won't get into that steve scarce political director of cbs news and world's greatest podcast sidekick hello steve hello major our guest corey lewandowski and dave bossie there are significant players in the trumpworld they've also written a book about the trump campaign it's it's called let trump beat trump they are special guest dave corey hello hey major how many yet when i say that he's good nervous five hours at a spot where new to this very very good you idaho your eireann mary known as varied tyron microphone i tabled bring three questions on you and you're going to have to be prepared for them even though you're not okay corrie's had them that's why he's not going to get them we asked this of all of our guests during this part of the takeout one of your favorite movies one of the most important books in your life and you're on a long flight or a long drive what kind of music are you most likely to listen to uh you know the the movie uh that i enjoy the most uh while might one of my favorite moves i'm a i'm a the untucked a un it's the clint eastwood a unforgiven unforgiven the west bank yet the nominal film and emma clint eastwood fan i will say that i enjoyed a grand torino i am a uh i just think acted and directed by clint absolutely phenomenal.

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