17 Burst results for "Craig David"
"craig david" Discussed on The Nicole Sandler Show
"Court papers filed late last week and released monday night. As part of a defamation lawsuit against trump campaign officials being spearheaded by former dominion employees. Eric coomer those documents also indicate the officials were aware of the baseless allegations ahead of the widely watched november nineteenth news conference during which trump campaign's legal team claimed dominion smart matic george soros and venezuela worked together to steal the election from trump. Meanwhile the former guy filed a one hundred million dollar lawsuit tuesday against his niece. Mary trump and the new york times claiming they conspired to obtain his tax records for the times pulitzer prize winning story on his finances. The lawsuit claims that. Mary trump and the three new york times reporters. Suzanne craig david barstow and russell buehner were engaged in a quote insidious plot and an extensive crusade to obtain trump's taxes. The times responded with the statement quote the times coverage of donald trump's taxes helped inform the public through meticulous reporting on a subject of overriding public. Interest this lawsuit is an attempt to silence independent news organizations and we plan to vigorously defend against it mary. Trump's response was quicker and to the point quote. I think he is a f ing loser but she used the full word and we tend to agree. And that's just a bit of what's news for now. Nicole sandler if you're appreciate these reports and the nicole family so i hope you'll consider make
"craig david" Discussed on The Family Podcast
"I've always got something to do. I just wake up and go rob what needs to be done today. Roy hallway caught. But yeah. that's the only okay okay I don't know if i ask this question then lot if you were to have like a billboard in it and everyone could see it going to work and doing what they're doing what would you. What would you tell people raw steep on the billboard you know and it was a music anything anything like a message to people like. Maybe you feel like people are just have love man year. I'd have my picture on the size. They love love is the odd sauce of some silence. Be more love. man is true though. I said that the onset man I was thinking about it the other day. You know our culture. Yeah right now. It kind of seems like the music pits men against women and the culture. Has this men against women to it to you know but like beforehand. It was like men made love songs about women. And so you got things like the soldiering. Usa ju remember seeing them videos everyone's in them slap pants and that was dancing together and the lady taking coming back. I think it's coming back. You know that. Why do you think that Rachel evidence evidence. I mean i think that does a new. There's a new vibe in it. I just feel like the with music. It kind of has this kind of cook. Promotion is not everything is always the same in like for example. I remember when i was growing up from the u k. Now you know auburn beat. You was an angel night. Let's think about having david. Okay a david. Yeah craig david craig. David then becomes nathan okay and they come round. If you wanna talk about nathan and fbi and lack of proper sound by to to me ally. I don't want to say..
"craig david" Discussed on Back To Back
"If not it's Definitely gonna provide some laughs. So let's get into a right now. Love you all. This is me end to sochi back-to-back lesko food. I don't know if you remember. But i think even the first time you were on this podcast. I was bugging. You like dude. You gotta make more shit like this. I don't know a whole album of it. Well right but like it took you a few years. I mean this is kind of like an intense way to just jump into it. I guess but like what is your your. Obviously you're from the uk man. But i feel like we never really talked about like what's your relationship to to garrod into to step in like those sounds like. Was that a part of your childhood at all. Yeah i think. I think it was because it was. It was always on the radio like that was. That was what i guess pop music. Woes doctrine was like craig david unlike shit like that. I think of the time i've been. I wasn't necessarily like realizing it. But then i you know i look back on a reflects on on all of this stuff. I grew up around. I'm like wow like. I did this thing where it was like. You can find out the the song that was number one when you were born. Oh yeah an upcoming project what it was but it was like it was a guard song. That's that's all. The uk was like pulp Bull unplayed as pulp music. So yeah i i think it just inadvertently inspired me without me even realizing it and it took like twenty four years. A real nice. What was it the kind of thing. 'cause i assume you weren't like listening to pop music heavy as a kid like other than you know. What's on the radio or that kind of thing. Was it that kind of reaction of like when you're a kid you like i pop music. Fuck that as corny. But then you sort of realized later that it's kind of like seeped into your consciousness of bit. Yeah it was. It was mostly just like fucking automate. It was mostly just like being in the car with my mom. I know even realizing that. And then like i said just just over time just hearing more more of it i was like okay i can. I can tolerate this as as i mean. I'm saying i can tolerate it. I was ten years old but like growing up. You know you slowly stop appreciate rather than just like what's on the radio. So i definitely i definitely think that's where it came from because there was no real other time that i was like explicit it on the magnitude i was listening to like uk. Radio when i was when i was like growing up when i think people forget or maybe people in the us don't even really know like when we talk about carriage in two step being pop music in the uk like it was really pop for a few years. They're like that was the hit. Sound like i don't know the equivalent in the us would be like you know. Like i guess like drake or somebody made a two step or a garrod saw it was on that level. Just just hello whiz. Because you don't you don't even realize it's happening to you. Know what was really weird to me as well as i think about what is happening to me right now. I'm not realizing. I'm gonna realize like fifteen years time and look i can go whoa. That's just racing humid humans way. Yeah oh yeah. They are man i mean what. Can you be specific about that like when you say that now. What's happening to you. Do you mean like musically what you're absorbing. We're just more a life sentence. Just everything like. I like an know. Another four aside one of these that we always get really deep but another another four by was like you can't remember your childhood right or you can remember key pivotal moments of childhood. But what am. I gonna remember this in twentieth talk. Yeah i i don't let reeks. You know it's it's super weird man. I know exactly what you mean so two things off of that. I mean like you said man. You've been here plenty of times. We can get weird red away the two things out of what you said. I mean you're talking about you. Know childhood memory is and all that and like you know specially super early childhood memories. I think for most people there. You can't remember a lot of like you're really really early childhood. You know the first few years but then they say that's you know developmentally that's like the most affecting times in your life like what determines what kind of person you are going to be so first of all that's just a complete migrate is like the most important part of your life. You can't remember all everybody like apple weird is that well okay. Let me let me bring it to the president. Then you're saying what parts what parts of our lives now. The like what's happening to us right now. What are we going to remember for me i. I'm curious about you. Because i think about this a lot for me. It's very random. I have like certain moments and memories. Their crystal clear in my mind that i can pull into my head instantaneously. But they're not always the important ones they're not always the significant ones. What about you. I mean do you have. And maybe you know for the benefit of the listeners. Let's maybe talk about like musical memories memories of in your career whether it's the studio or on tour working with somebody would ever. Do you have any of those that just in the background of your head a lot and you don't necessarily know why off to start you're gonna have to me for a therapy session. You know. i think you know. I think back to key moments where i feel like. I had a big accomplishment pussai but the same time i it just kinda old blood into one and i think that's that's the that's the thing that makes you know what i was saying earlier. Even scarier is because you're constantly told as you grow up. You know you you. Your brain is developed right. And you'll start remembering things more clearly but even from like a few years ago. I i like musically. let's keep music late musically. I don't even remember at it. Feels like that was like a million years ago. So i don i don't know r- like i've just been trying to like live in the moment as talking cheeses as dude. It's true though. That's that's cliches. That's actually true. Churn like yeah. The older i get mad the more i realized. That's almost you know. Maybe it's too far to say that's the secret to live but it really. You know it's like at the end of the day that's all we really have like. We're sitting here talking about well because we're sitting right we're seeing you're talking about like all these memories. We don't know how it works. Why can't why can i remember certain things. Why can't i remember other things. The only thing we we can be sure of is what's happening in the moment. Right like yeah. Yeah i don't know man. We got super did i. This was not what i was expecting five minutes ago. The future doesn't even exist. That no no sir. Oh only things planned his like like. I think i think of the future as a tangible line of events but when you think of it realistically in the sense of like now none of it exists right. Yeah okay so let's let's let's play this out though because there's certain things in the future. I'm pretty sure gonna happen like your album coming out right. Someone in the chat just said if there's no future how is their future garrod. That's true maybe it should just be present. I always thought that was funny. You know how there's like future base as like nobody ever talks about buys it wise it it cooled Nobody ever talks about past base. I'm way more into pass basis than future best. I think i think future bases so played out. It should be cooled. Paul you heard it here. First ladies and gentlemen clinton people who make future based feel that way at this boy man. Like john rene. Am's in general are so. I don't know people love categorizing stuff. But i feel like at least me. I've never understood that tendency. That like every new idea has to have this label put on it. Yeah it should be that that it somewhat recently and it was like.
"craig david" Discussed on The Moratorium
"I guess his father is ahead this like satanic cold that is trying to get him to find this book and bring it to them to the satanic coal with a satanic colt just happens to take place in a nursing home so all of these guys. That are in the static. Coal are just old and geriatric break exactly great at at this. It's very humorous very hilarious. I love it beautiful. That's my guys. Go out and watch jason. Get on this. I now okay now. I know this is your thing. But i'm just you know i like it when you. It's your turn to do the movie. Because i can just click around on imdb but were you aware that there was a previous version of it. Yes okay because this is It's the same creators. same rider or same writers. Max read and craig david wallace. But there was an earlier version in two thousand and three bright and it looks like some of the same actors and actresses so that was from a short. Oh i see okay. Wow so it took them that long to write and two thousand seventeen. They made an animated conclusion to the series awesome again written by the same people in all voiced by the same people. I thanks right probably because they had such a great time. Doing this and reich can't wait. The special effects are over the top. Just like we like for like psycho gorman over the top and gory lots of blood lots of decapitations and they just go way over the top. I wish it was still going. Because it and i'm sad that i latch onto things a lot. Well after their prime. And you're like wait a minute. There's only one freaking season. Yeah that sucks all right. So let's move on now from the gore torian. Let's get down this yarn. what do you say sure. Can i click off the Henry mancini tab. I guess only if you must see it looks of law like a log wants a rate Bauman andy kaufman. The plot like indika. Okay czar how. You want to take a short break before you do this. Yeah hey freaks tres and free kits. It's tim from the moratorium. Do you like the sweet sounds of our witty banter in your ears every week. Well head on over to our patriots fan and for only three dollars a month you can get even more in the director's cuts of our movie episodes. On average. that's twenty minutes. More of.
"craig david" Discussed on The Lemar Show
"Hello my good friends. Welcome to another episode of the lamar show. Thanks for joining today. I'm speaking to a musician. It's all about the base. I've been fortunate enough to have him play my band for number of years. Now he's also played for Boy george for craig david for roy as and many many many others once again a wealth of knowledge for anyone trying to get into the music industry or if you just a bit nosey and you want to know what it takes to get into the music industry just because today's guest his dean martin here in the in.
"craig david" Discussed on The Lemar Show
"Then me that's what they are. Coming up with songs for people with their songs. Psalms I wanted. It's just basically collected or these days together. and. We have no intention of doing anything with it just for myself my own pleasure, my own, my own passion I started recording. Ideas. Down And that became. A flex. Legs so started at just started putting them up on the Internet not soundcloud. How did you decide on the name of the FLEX? I'm. At the time whenever I say the flex, I want to say exit flex. loof legs it was. An flex has been a nickname with mine from some someone else for many years. It's just that. Can. From. Where did the nickname flex come from I'll tell you it was something to do with the show both Alexa Really Yeah and it was Craig David. Thing on both selector. Crate David Bo Selecta you flex how does this work? Well, it was cracked by selector. East. have different phrases. and. One of the phrase's I'm sure at one point I it says something to do with a flex thing for some around the house he's reason which I can't remember. GOT started calling flex. A Jug, and at the time I started the project. I was also listening to the the of the called French touch, which is like A. DEFCON can. Adopt Bunk Okay and the underground French electronic artists and stuff like that. hosters or call so of. And so I thought we could if it was a little bit calls going to do a couple of different things we did which on the early enough. To make it sound for when you say French things what French. Some of the Elliott Affleck's is French. French. Okay. The French touch them different as you call different. And so just stick. I'm across the. It's a little bit of a French touch to vibe tonight the flex. Plus the would flex doesn't really mean anything in any language particularly special infringe anyway. So and then. You do. The thing you have to Google it to save is using or if it means anything else if the website is available in ways things and there was literally no results. That's not right. Brilliant. So anyone ever tops in the flakes. That's a good. Yeah. Because it's like a band called the Internet yeah. Is that a band now bank could incident me? I'm thinking how difficult was it to go on Google the Internet Great that's great name..
"craig david" Discussed on The Jai Show
"Oh Heather resonated me as long as they want stood and I discussed that in a podcast I did yesterday. but I think another thing is the fact that I like pink and I like earlier and I can see where some of her more walk stylings were influenced from home where her sound and Her Image in later years came from and it was like I kind of liked the originals more. I just have a complicated relationship when it comes to Rihanna. Maybe I really really liked her music, but I'm just not allowing myself to Embrey. I don't know. I don't know. She is on her way to being a billionaire like she doesn't care about what I have to see on my podcast with. 0281 listener Moving along. I also really like two meal like to me I like. Hold on. I love Boyz II Men. Love Boyz II Men Boyz II Men and like I like Toni Braxton. I like her like her I would listen, excuse me. I will listen to her music. I like huh. She's cool. I like Brandy. I like Brandy. I like Monica. I like honestly guys if I had to mention like the three or in terms of the three artists that I connect to the most influenced by the most and who was a music and enjoy the most it would honestly be Craig David Mariah Carey and Chris Brown. as that through you And I said it wasn't one imagine Chris Brown. But hey, it's my part gas and they do what I want to what level Chris is the melodious illness of his voice. He has arrived move voice is like.
"craig david" Discussed on For Your Reference
"Easy as a character. So what drives him like did he want to be? One of the and something just stopped him. Because one of the final scenes is I think is when they're in the club after Fletcher and play the piano. There were having a conversation and Fletcher was essentially justifying violence sort of behavioral. Right now sort of his violin. And he's justifying it and he's he saying you know Sorry I'm not a magician. You can be locked to. I'm not don't discriminate. Magic all the places that you need. But I'm not a musician so I. Don't remember I'm just GonNa. Say David Fletcher said I'm not Craig David, or they weren't be crate David, but when they wake up tomorrow. They're going to practice until they Craig David. I Love Greg. They're going to practice for seven days. And they can fill you in. Wow right and they can tell you. What's flavor of going crazy Jimmy? One that I'm walking away. I see what? Ut, seal size thing, oh, shit always called. And this is why motherfuckers. We are not a music podcast. Thank you for exposing. Anyway donal took away. But the reason why I bring this up is maybe maybe he realized that he wasn't going to be one of the greats. Something happened to him. Hurt Him I. Guess is the question because something made him the way that he is the fact that he enjoys, and he indulges in insulting, budding starry eyed rose colored glasses, sorta musicians, says a lot to him as a person and his failings and his struggles, but again a lot of that is assumed because we don't know that for sure. To we have to bring our own personal frame of Reference Iron. Personal experiences are in toolkit and apply it to what we think this might be. Right I don't even know if he was human at all. He was really a caricature of whatever the story needed him to be. Yeah, yeah, maybe it's a puzzle mold undermest-. Colleen needed to find because it truth. was there me you what's really interesting? Maybe this would be a good story, but it just wasn't the right medium. Because could you imagine a anime about piano teacher trying.
"craig david" Discussed on Popgram Podcast
"I would agree with you. That's very very odd. Diplomatically very good. Yeah 'cause I read you like keep this about cutting that because of all my bio for review of something you see okay. Let's get to that and I just have two more and then I have come to your rescue them so a Youtube A. He's one of your people just teachers theaters. You know him. I got some. Oh my good. You're doing that. That's the that you so people that this guy has been tricky celebrities and I use that word quite loosely. At least one person that is mentioned here into thinking that they've been appearing on the late late show with James Cordon so good so upset about two weeks ago. James Corden has been doing a show every day every weekday from his garage and everything. But he's undergone like some surgery air surgery or something so he's been off so basically you have a manager and they do research they will knew this but unfortunately with these people that are concerned. They got dates So the people. That's one of them. That got with Craig David. Youtube basically scraped together soundbites and You know conversations from all these past into using James. Corden has done enough to make believable. One sided conversation and tricks Craig. David's thinking that he was basically on the show he will quickly be performed. Did rise for so he did it through. Data is our heated. Nobody knew okay. Okay so I'm GonNa say this I think actually maybe it's because I am. I feel a bit emotional about this because I've always felt that critic. David never ever go the fuck deserved you. And that we have mediocre white manual be Williams and everyone is loading. But you don't worry be. Oh there's so much I can talk about in regards to that so it's really painful for me because I can imagine when he would have thought himself off got. Kobe undestand. Respect what I've done and for him to eat obviously he's funny. He was little. I'd Oh my God horrible of the Youtube and Josh Josh. I said it's it's a social hoping. And He's do who's hears about the actual you know an interview for real. I hope so as well I just felt really maybe nicky but yeah it's on his youtube page. If you WANNA watch it. He's doing it. He's done three episodes so was one on Friday. I'm had studied justice. Dilip notes studied justice for David. I'm surprised at the Khrushchev is demanding ticket down. I think Yuli editon Friday so we don't know what's happening known because also I suppose also is the front of that. I still feel a way in terms of how dividend can joke in this country because it's very difficult attribute solution to be successful in the UK and the fact that his whole career now is kind of like some dope with Bush selector use and it just felt is is always very pointed to medical selector and the fraught with the people that it targeted Michael Jackson. Melby and Craig David it always for those racial elements in did in terms of decrying. I'm basically demeaning their work even you going. We don't have them in successor is I mean except for the mill dividend mixed mysteries Liberal in them black but the fact is we generally don't tend to see a lot of people who are have some black Aji sentenced to them this successful soon. I took it particularly personally but analysts. Painful Yeah my heart sank when I read Craig. There was one of the others. Were like the tick Tock I think the white girl made that basically brought renegades down the one who stole your regional renegade genucel students. Yeah Yeah Yeah I think if but when I record dazzling oh come on like no I just liked. Tell you what you one. Nostril is quivering enough and the other is has drip. You're just weird. My brain doesn't know how to process this. So start laughing at the same time. I'm sorry I'm just bieber arena guerande at teaming up to do a single cold stuck with you benefits good. Kohl's are the proceeds from the from the from the streaming and the sales of this particular single going to the first responders children's foundation based in Canada in America. But you know that what they have come to wrong immediately. Said that yeah. A squadron production exactly what humidity said that just said is Hashtag to boom from nothing to do with anything other than the need for a possibly. Kanye West jump on the remix and that to me. You know what I actually thought. I didn't think it was because of your music genesis but I thought of the instagram fake adverts about them did you know when you know it was like ooh please the Dallas. I didn't do that with Ou. Our arena. She doesn't have to do our At the moment is so. Yeah Dave Ospel. The for people to in that graduation Videos because graduation season at the moment in America So I think they wanted to make some some of viral video or they weren't or make a video that goes those people share it to the people exactly which I think. Okay that's so I would think from school to run to me is always a bit because like a ram to obtain Taylor swift now and it is so irrational that sometimes even if the facts are more on sites. I need to be honest about my hypocrisy. I'm still going to look through a lens of what was the think about this. Just because I feel very uncomfortable about his vote and the story behind when Ariana left his he's management thing and then it's almost like also Iran had come back because there was some stuff going on behind the scenes. I just feel really uncomfortable because I know that he came from actually bean an intern for Jimmy. Dupree and the fact. They've got his in by infant tricks in the black community. Taking a leveraging all he learns using his white privilege to get away go to today so I find it. Sometimes it bits uncomfortable but I understand. That's my bias. This guy could be fantastic wonderful person but my bias. Zayid coming towards him. What has of Bonn and much about him. I just don't like okay so of Godfrey as.
"craig david" Discussed on PodcastDetroit.com
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"craig david" Discussed on E&C's Pod of Awesomeness
"You are entering E._N._C.'s auto awesome this. Are you still not going to do it. <hes> it still needs to be me every week to kick this. Maybe he just wants to anything I will that. I sit here and breathe my hot breath on the microphone. What did you just eat that? Your breath is hot. I don't answer ahead kosher. I had some kosher pickles actually for a jumped on here. You're probably garlic disgusting right now for your poor anyway he N._C.. Pot of awesomeness you can subscribe to this thing in apple podcast Google podcast android APP spotify tune in stitcher. Have you listened. Don't forget to leave a view. Followers is on twitter is always E._N._C. Fahd instagram at E. C. pod of Awesomeness and our guests this week which I've been looking forward to for a long time since Wrestlemainia when I first met him Trent seven and you can follow him on Instagram at Trent seven spelled out and then the number seven twitter at Trent seven. I'm a little offended that your amendment Wrestlemainia. We like we've been we've been soulmate through best. We're yes let me tell you some. I've been best friends at Trent since last summer. Slam all right see like friends with them for a lot longer than you and he gave me a pin back Wrestlemainia so you know whatever well so here's a little story. That's when I first met him was him backing you to me and and I say you've taken over my job. I had to carry them all those years and now you are and from that point forward I think our friendship hopscotched past yours and your your left in the dust there but job he's got good lower leg strength. I give it to lower leg strength squads yeah but a good dude very very funny so it'd be be good to talk to him. Catch up with them. One of those guys where you know when he comes into a room and it makes it a much like we talked last week with with our truth is he's a guy it makes everybody smile when he when he comes in a room you know and always happy in a good mood makes people feel good about themselves and all that kind of guy someone well down which dresser snappy dresser yeah triscuit there ahead of the curve. It seems that's for sure you know I see them. I see I see done and Bayton him. All you know they look sharp but her head you know we might be a little behind fashion wise. They take chances you know what I appreciate about so they always have man. Why do you think the Beatles came from there? What do you think the stolen from their? Why do you think Zeppelin kinks who do do Hendrix had to go over there to get noticed man? Come on don't get me started music fashion Greg David Craig David Hendricks and you said Crat Got David Who's Craig David or the guy that sing return of the Mack Jesus see. How have we gotten along while we don't get along? How are we still attached at the HIP? After all these here's one you're talking about return of the mack. After I say Jimi Hendrix the fuck is wrong with the man it is return up one second. You think swam retire zt Okay right yeah so catchy say hey we didn't talk about this before but <hes> you know it seems to be a pretty hot button topic at this point <hes> with the e w show would you think that the chair shot with cody and Shawn Spears I mean it wasn't a fan of it to be honest with you. I mean you know obviously had concussions and things like that and <hes> you know very aware of of what it can do from what I understand. It was a gimmick the chair and it was more for the visual of it.
"craig david" Discussed on Dads Outnumbered
"No thanks. People want to get to know you bowling. Would you like to bowl on father's day I would have with the girls while ago? They probably would be less Not not too hot on. No right water park waterpark. Yeah that would be all right. I wouldn't mind that CARSO car show now not not my scene definitely not there so outdoor adventure outdoor adventure absolutely movies movies good yes. I'm in Golf Golf Driving Range we've done and that's a good one then putting on a show for us now I There's no way I would ever get them to do that now. But years ago there was a show going on all the time a picnic picnic sweet absolutely. I would be up for that. Camping camping always good. But generally I would need to know about that advanced and I'm sorry to surprise me on that one. You Know Video Games Video Games. And that's that's two every day Barbecue barbecue generally all doing the barbecue. So that's that's always a good thing. Take Dadullah Baseball game. If if they're in town that wouldn't be bad. So when my net at all Glen would you like breakfast in bed on Father's Day on that it would be all right but usually it's They just delivered Lee and for that lucky ten percent of the US population going to the beach or possibly. Yes always a good thing. Yeah so there you go. There's some great tits activities do unpublished fantastic so one thing occurred to me as we were preparing for. This show is if you think about it every year. There's like a journey in the sense that you know our kids get older. We get older life. Changes circumstances changes. I was asked you and I thought about it myself. What is the kind of the one big lesson or something? You've learned that you've learned in the last twelve months You know that you could impart to the fellow. Dad's the legions of dad listeners. Out there and I'll go first greg. You know one of the things I glen. Could you go? I think I'm GonNa go first absolutely but one of the things that's kind of an interesting thing is the I think you have to modify the playbook and what I mean by that is that what may have worked in a parenting standpoint. How you related to the kids in a even a year or two years ago in you're GONNA have to change up your Your being in the way because they what they listen to how they listen how they respond to your jokes three years ago. Where funny when they were three years younger but no longer are funny so I I hate to say IT I. We all have to evolve. They evolve and I think parenting needs to evolve. So I I you know I do some of the same things that I've done through years jokes or teasing them and they they are not well received. So I've gotta mix it up a little more and then part of that is actually listening more to them and in terms of You Know Mickey Charm Responding In what they're looking for as opposed to just Responding normally so I guess I'm saying is adapt or die is a good parenting technique. That I think I've I've I haven't necessarily applied it but I've learned that That it's something I need to do. Well if you think about professional athletes or your career also professional father exactly what you got to think about your game and your skill set and your toolkit and evolve. It's like changing the golf swing. Absolutely you know tiger reconfigured exactly exactly wing PUMPAD. Two people have to chain absolutely greg. How about you what What is the one thing you learned in the last twelve months when as a dad I think with sixth an eight year old I think You know as as sort of open up to the world and start experiencing the world more I think you have to expect to work harder to connect with them and so before I think you know there are a little smaller inward focused. And you're a little more at the center of everything as parents and then now they're getting cold in a number of different directions and you're you come home. You have dinner. They're going to bed. It's like it's all becoming very fast and a blur so you have to sort of think about. Where can I connect? It doesn't happen as naturally and so you have to start to evolve some common interests things you do together and so we've been doing a great series of books right. We did. Pinocchio Peter Pan now are in Charlie and the chocolate background which is amazing at this age. Six eight a highly recommended. Every chapter is like a cliffhanger that they're screaming for Oh really and then Maybe it's a project together. We're going to put a ZIP line over the swimming pool in the next few weeks. Maybe it's watching sports or playing sports but something that you can do together that they're excited about because it just doesn't happen quite as fast or is sufficiently or as naturally without a little strategic jury around it. It's interesting 'cause you're actually right. You're the center and your wife or the center of their universe in a way but again it and then you're right. There's other things they start to see and you become a supporting character in it yet. Now there is something during the day in school or something after school and so their schedules are starting to fill up. So yes we're GONNA have to figure out where you're going to bond with them now. I think that's really That's that's excellent advice and It's definitely something we have to. You can't be complacent and keep learning and and go from there so that's great. Thank you for sharing your one idea Do you have any other father's Day Folklore you'd care to share all? I thought I'd close us out with some Quotes from some comedians about father. I thought I'd read some of these. And then you give me a quick review impression. Maybe it's what is the fundamental truth behind? This is it funny. Does it resonate any of your opinions are bringing on? Are you ready to climb ready? Craig David Tell David L. I don't know who David Attila a very famous standup comedian. Because when you're young you think your dad is Superman. Then you grew up and you realize he's just a regular guy who wears a cape very profound very profound but at least he. He's you know I don't know what else to say. How very profound I think that's right. Yes Okay Rita redner you ever good all right I gave my father one hundred dollars and said by yourself something that will make your life easier so he went out and bought a gift for my mom. That's that is really the essence of of the whole relationship dynamic at the good answer all right the next one number three no drum rolls here Bob Auden Kirk. I think he's the Guy I know who he is from breaking bad. Yeah Yeah Okay. The actor My daughter got me a world's Dad Mug so we know she sarcastic very profound profound and that self deprecating humor always works well with the kids so you know what I mean so that was good craig any other service to more tomorrow from Rodney. Dangerfield have heard of Rodney Dangerfield. He said me and my dad used to play tag. He'd drive. I get no respect. That's right all right. And the last we're going to close out with an American icon Mark Twain Mark Twain Roaf. When I was a boy of fourteen my father was so ignorant I could hardly stand to have the old man around but when I got to be twenty one. I was astonished at how much the old men had learned in seven years. Oh yes that's a very good. I like that very early days of just not right right thinking within as you get older in your twenties you start coming back around and you think that was one hundred some years ago and yet it rings knows interviews stated this thing. I always tell people if they're having problems with their teenager. Wait until they're twenty three legged. Usually they come back and they're more sensible but yeah we're still. It's still not there yet. That's for future episodes but That's great I think we've got it covered. Craig thanks for England. You know. Don't just feedback Glen. You'RE A model here I've watched. I've learned You really go all in your all in. I don't WanNa be as much of a father as you are but I am learning and taking no no and you've got Yeah I don't want to give it back to you because you don't like that but Otherwise but We got to thank all of Dad's I mean it's a tough job and It's the best job you'll ever have all of that you know that but ultimately off just a good time to take the point to recognize that it's the best job you'll ever have and And do your best at it and it's easy to get complacent it's easy to get distracted and easy to think about yourself but you know helping those girls evolve and grow and nurture them so they can be stand on their own. Two feet is is really. You know the gift we give to the world and the gift we give is when things are hard at difficult or you have a question Someone you need to talk to you come to the DADS outnumbered podcast. And that's not enough. Make sure you tell a friend a family member. There's lots of DADS out there who were DADS of daughters. They might want something humorous to listen to on the drive home on their run so spread the word and help us Raise better dot there you go. You are not alone everyone. Thank you and have a great father's.
"craig david" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI
"If you call it the abortion trucks, somebody's gonna throw tomatoes at you, you know, that's going to happen to become a target because the freedom fan. Call the Mansa patient vehicle. Call it the promote our values fleet. And have it just go between every one of these one hundred eighty different companies the promote our values tweet and, and maybe go to the loading dock for private entry, and exit rather the front door depends on how much you want to promote your values really wanted promote your values. The abortion truck shows up right there in the front parking lot. If you wanna kinda hide the value and make it just an end result. But you'll want to see the sausage being made and drive into the loading. This is how we at the network seek ways to cooperate. And. Further the notion of all Americans coming together as one to promote our values. So that what we do is not bad for our business. We'll deal with the fact that they're going to be fewer customers later by that time. It's all going to be robotic anyway. And we won't have to sweat it. Third day. Discrimination suit has been filed against masterpiece cake shop. They have targeted this bakery. You heard about this one. Attorneys for a Denver woman, grease the pan for yet another legal battle against a Lakewood, Colorado bakery, already burned around the edges from a series of heathen. Civil rights fights, Jack Phillips, the owner of the masterpiece cake shop refused in two thousand twelve to bake a wedding cake. For Charlie Craig David Mullins same sex couple from Denver on the basis of his religious beliefs. That case rose through the court system, culminating a year ago, seven decision from the United States Supreme court partially in favor of Jack Phillips who owns a cake shop. The justices did not rule on the larger issue of whether businesses can invoke religious objections to refuse services to gays or lesbians. But they decided that the Baikonur had the bakery on her have been subjected to anti religious bias by a state civil rights agents. I remember this case like it was yesterday didn't decided on the merits. They decided that the bake shop owner had been really untrue. Early unfairly treated by a state civil rights agency. Now, the latest lawsuit the third one was filed last Wednesday in Denver district court on behalf of autumn. Scarred. Dina. By attorneys Paula Greeson and John McHugh. Scarred. Dina had filed previous lawsuit against Phillips following her request for a cake. In order she plays the day of the supreme court ruling previous reports say that's gardenias order was for a cake celebrating her gender transition. Scardino is initial lawsuit was not successful. The latest lawsuit against Jack Phillips is not making this up. Now, the latest lawsuit against Jackson, the owner of the masterpiece cake shop. Filed by a guy who harassed the bakery for months requesting things like a cake with the picture of Satan performing Felicia. Guy walks in requested that Jack Phillips vacant cake. With a picture of Satan performing fully show. Of course, Jack Phillips said, no this discrimination, suits utterly baseless any person with two functioning brain cells can see. But it's clear that the militant politicize gay community there's going to troll and harass this guy until he's either gone until the courts stop him. It just amazes me, ladies and gentlemen. It just amazes me that there are still people who do not fully embrace the homosexual lifestyle all just a mystery. To me, you.
"craig david" Discussed on News Talk KOKC 1520
"Is the truth. How can you doubt that like how do you? How do you not believe that lie? Because you why because of the evidence Jesse of whether or not he's going to do anytime in jail. That's between Craig David. Yes. Okay. And you're saying he was going to do a year. It was a year. Yes. Oh, that's tough. He may have to pay. I'm waiting for the feds come on rod Rosenstein, work, your magic do this. Yeah. You two sodas now. Right. Just one sure. Making up another bet. Okay. Another bet that that that we never made that Bernie Sanders you said Bernie Sanders would dip down into the teen. Yeah. But we didn't make we never made that bet maybe it's just the ones turn into too because it's so late. I keep asking what can of soda. Do you want? You never ask when you're going on your way to get the soda. It's like, I haven't paid me. But you never asked on your way out. But I see you have your little millennial drink. That's still from my daughter, actually, who's the millennial here. It's my daughter LaCroix or how do you say? Look, look wok. Yeah. Carbonation get little gunk. Yeah. Yeah. So I stole that from home. Every twelve pack comes with a free CD from Mumford and sons, actually, her music taste is better than yours. I hate to say that because listen to this. I had one of her songs. The last time she was in town. I put it on my playlist. Yeah. Some of the other kids favorites. So as we were traveling on my dad's. We would all have some music that we liked some of on that playlist driving on the road. And I'm like, man. This is a good song that that's actually a music bed. We could use on the show like, wow. And I looked like all my God. Agents. It's crazy song. Oh, man. How did this happen to me? And I'm like, well, it's actually pretty good. A lot of times when you're trying to pick the music beds. They just don't quite stack up. I think I look maybe a better start drinking LaCroix. Just a suggestion. I don't know. So we'll see what happens and who will pay off that. But a year in jail for small let that's that's probably not going to happen. It's going to be tough needs to happen though. What just a big epic crossover jussie smollet shows up on the Connors Roseanne Barr shows up on empire. Let's call it a day. One had massive you're ship to begin with. Yes. One had decent viewership to begin with the one had farther to fall. I would say, but yeah, why not at this point go ahead and do it. Oh, and you know, what criminal minds is coming back for one more season. But that's also the last one coming up. So if you've ever heard that audio before my criminal. In.
"craig david" Discussed on Giant Bombcast
"Like some of the stuff in there is just like so unique because you play it that it's so funny scene where you're in the wrestling ring, and you get tossed the chainsaw trop up all the dudes to it's real goofy. The cameos are dumb. But like, I think the cameos are exciting because it's a video game. What's his name gargoyles? He played himself Bertrand Reynolds, they will not. Yeah. Yeah. No. The president keep David. Yes. I think they can really get a Keith David in this. And and we could probably get to keep David. Yeah. We should take that back. We could not get a key. We get it. Yeah. We almost definitely get. I know a guy gets a David David Craig David, maybe I will try to get Craig David. But he's just he can't hear me headphones to fuck and big. One more new story. God. Still evolving news every time dude's name comes up. It's like fucking. Oh, just four fourth of yet. It's round. It's one of the like of all the video game news stories that have happened in recent memory. There is not one that has felt this much like a very long car accident happening in slow some point this starts to just read is like I cry for help or something. I don't feel sad talking about Radi. Pitchford head of gearbox was recently on stage unveiling game play for borderlands three. They held event down in LA. This is same. Randy Pitchford for you know, like recently had a lawsuit levied against him legend bio longtime friend slash former lawyer at the company that alleged all kinds of shit from like twelve million dollars that went over to from a company pool to private and moved over to as well as like way more nefarious like pedophilia, allegations and stuff. ESPN drive and stuff. Yeah. Yeah. There was all the yes, the squirt viz. Yes. Use the parlance of the times it also your favorite steam tag. Yeah. Yeah. That's all go change. I'm taking my steam name to that. So yeah. So the announcement of Orleans three has been a thing that people have been looking forward to for some time. And and like the game looks like a follow up borderlands two and people seem excited about that very talented and hardworking people working out in September. It's it's you know, we're getting close here. But man food every time they say anything about the game. It is then like weighed down by more stuff. And so this recent run of stuff what happened this thing? So this all started anti MacNamara. Well, a game informer kind of got into it with with Pitchford because Pitchford I got on stage and said the game was not going to have micro transactions. But but but and he said onstage there's not gonna be any micro transactions. There's not gonna be any of that nonsense. Now, Paul can terp that a lot different ways. You can Paul sage creative director said to game informer,.
"craig david" Discussed on Power 106 FM
"Hi c. She me. Tic- chains on the next football team and feel like Gucci would die screens fifteen at the magazine. I'm the black Jay beat game. Make. Pretty low. Get out of that. I mean. She didn't it tastes. She can get it taste. We say. Same nightmare. Kate. She. Yeah. That's cool. Drip on a play young glacier. Chris maybe slow place in Nebraska. From Beijing picky. She has no. Kale up in the car to put it on the no side. Yup. Could get them from me alone. When it can be company never want to burn. I don't. Don't go by the federal mixed Becca one what she is look up and put up with the whole budget. Petticoat which in real life. I get that perfect copy. She. That you get a taste. Meditate? Yeah, that's cool. Being like me. They. My taste. Get face New York. Do you let it tastes? Face to face. You can get it tastes. You can get a taste. Jared in LA love that how you feeling man of blessed man, the new the new projects come in records out man is moving organic catching love rhythm and his good. Now, I told you I really really love van trying to get a challenge going on. Joe I'm getting stuff from Ireland gets from Japan. Africa Congo LA is it's a global record. And it's really is it hard like your character dre. We'll see you figure that you're you're character. Right. Like, people hate you. Becky below is around here. She was like, I love not me. Right. Right. Because the thing is I want told Courtney of the credit show. I said yo- if you're gonna make me villain. I'm gonna make the best villain on TV. And to people like that. Hey kid, but I have to counter it would a love rhythm. That's the whole thing. Even the the sexy Nigerian. But the thing I do. Okay. You look at international. So we'll see me man, you got your new EP walk with me coming out may twenty fourth talking a little bit about that me. And my team say, and we wanna create a sound that's a mixture monotone, my style with a con and Craig David,.
"craig david" Discussed on Izzy and Spain
"It's crazy, dude. Mine is not nearly as impressive or is it I my friend, and I decided to take a road trip from LA all the way up the P P H the one going through Carmel by the sea and the redwoods. And everywhere else to end up at the gorge up in Washington to go to Dave Matthews for three days, so gorgeous beautiful. Yeah. Gorgeous wonderful. So we usually did that thing where we wait for friends and family tickets to open up right before the show starts, you know, the bangle place him at the front and certain people don't show up and use them, they'll sell them. So sometimes you can get much better seat than if you if you buy whatever's available to the public, and so we did that for night one. And we were decency through were happy so night two worlds along we by night three from somebody while we're waiting because we don't want to deal with the hassle. You want to get an early and we're still waiting and waiting and waiting and waiting and finally the show's about to start and the guy working the booth is like, listen, you girls have been hustling waiting for these tickets for hours, not not working out for you. So just I'm going to let you in and just go to the lawn just enjoy yourselves. We're like all right free tickets. But once we get in there, we're on the lawn, and we're like, these aren't very good seats. We need to upgrade. So we take our tickets for night three and they look exactly the same. You'd have. To actually care enough to look at the date, which nobody did. So we continue moving closer and closer and night. Three seats are right in the middle. Good seats. Maybe like eighteen rose back. So we get there. And I tell the woman who's the usher in the aisle that my friend has light claustrophobia, but that TicketMaster didn't allow us the option to buy on the end of the row. So you'd be okay with a standing in the aisle versus going to the middle where our seats, which was a total. I obviously. And also there were clearly to extra people in the I'll like it wasn't that they had in scoot it in like the full the row was full. And she ended up protecting us the whole night from anyone coming up and down the row like she would be like, she shielding us. Just in case, my friend, wasn't feeling. Well, which is you know, not that cool. But it was school for us. I mean, that's actually pretty that's pretty incredible. I like what I've learned is that I don't have any of those magic like I feel like you just sort of arrest that like a reservoir like the view you found your way into the perfect opportunity. I don't know how to do that. That you're going to be asking you can get yourself into a whole lot of fun stuff. And in the end, we didn't just like inconvenience anyone we weren't standing in front of anyone. We didn't take anyone seats. We just sort of added some seats into the oil. L? I also when I was doing my internship at Jim Henson company in L A when I was in college. I wanted to go see Craig David do you remember? Yeah. So like nobody really wanted to go see him. I just had a couple friends. I had just made since moving there for the internship. So I was like final go myself. So I go to this club. Go by myself. I stick around to see if I can maybe meet him, right? Just making small talk with some of the grips in the dudes that are moving all the equipment and stick around long enough that he and his band come out and start chatting with me. He had to do Leno the next morning, and he was not yet twenty one. So he went to bed and the rest of the band piles into my jacked up Chevy blazer, and I'm driving them around Hollywood. And we go to like various bars and clubs together and the song that was popular at the time..