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Supreme Court rules federal civil rights law protects LGBTQ workers

Her Turn

05:21 min | 2 weeks ago

Supreme Court rules federal civil rights law protects LGBTQ workers

"For people I know that a lot to of remain people right non now partisan are looking for something and to do we I think all feel this decision that this is a moment gives where we us all need to come some together hope that and that will so Monterey in fact is be the case a space for Capstick that and I want to invite might people look to at come this to decision our website and at Monterey say oh dot yeah org they're throwing the and ball learn about ways but you can wait support the till work that we're doing other hot with button grassroots issues women come all up over I the mean world we're still waiting sign up for to the our mailing decision list and thank on you very the much abortion for the opportunity right Hey that was Diana Dewart we gonna come Crowder down is next director week of policy maybe on and Monday strategic engagement so maybe speaking this is with Arlene that soldier throwing from her us turn a bone because on Monday they're going to take away a woman's right to choose I actually don't think that it's going to be that extreme but I'm not feeling very hopeful that we're going to get a great good liberal decision out of this report I'm at okay that was pines in market tourney Temer Packard speaking with Richard got reporter loose ski is sandy the state genitals treasurer for Wisconsin she took office in twenty nineteen and has been diligent performing the many duties of her office welcome return back reporter everyone sandy jungle welcome recently back talked you with Sarah were listening to Sarah Godlewski her says infinite the Wisconsin varieties state treasurer celebrating has many responsibilities women in music she talks culture about the things and that have been arts accomplished just here this on year W. one O. of my R. roles T. eighty is nine to be the point chair nine of FM the school trust fund in D. and beautiful that is Madison a fine I'm that your has host one point two billion Meghan infectious flowers dollars disease and here 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Why Remote Learning Failed

Slate's If Then

05:32 min | 3 weeks ago

Why Remote Learning Failed

"Back in May, after schools around the country had shifted to remote learning Dana wrote a story comparing how to schools were doing. A Private School Chicago Jewish day, school and a public one sprints elementary in Philadelphia. Specifically! She reported on first grade classes at each school. And she chose these schools because she wanted to. Contrast typical remote learning experience with one where there were almost no constraints in terms of money, time or technology, which is pretty much what she found in Chicago. So the private school in Chicago is unusual in that it is doing something that looks a lot like a regular school day. The kids sign on for live video instruction or zoom around nine thirty, and they're there with a lunch. Break and tell you know three s in the afternoon. They have all their specials. Different teachers come onto the chat for Art Music for foreign languages, and they are providing reading tutoring in small class discussions. They have professional parents that are working from home in able to assist them through this. Some parents have even gone into the kitchen to help their kids with baking project over zoom that the teacher is facilitating. What really surprised me interviewing? MOMS and DADS is that they said after a couple of weeks of this their kids were independently going through this parents were telling me they were getting hours of uninterrupted work at their own jobs while the school was providing this live instruction. It's bruins elementary in Philadelphia. It was a completely different story. They are providing just about one hour a day of live audio instruction. Now it's important to know that that schools doing more than is typical as In the public system. There you know the teacher was going through great lengths just to try to find her students. This is something that I think everyone needs to understand you know in a lot of urban school districts about fifteen percent of the kids are lost to schools right now. The teachers don't know where they are. They tried multiple ways to reach out to the kids. Reach out to the parents email telephone sometimes even enveloped in the snail mail, and they are just having trouble finding to just nothing. They don't know where the kids are not sure. The family relocated because of job laws or some other problem on their dazzling, not signing on to these digital classrooms. Co that teacher had sort of a lot to deal with language barriers communicating with her students parents. She had to bring other adults in the school system to assist her with that. She was working just as hard as the teacher who was teaching. Five hours live per day, but the job was just extremely different. I think one of the things that I was so struck by in that story was the amount of time that the school in Philadelphia Time and effort that they spent on getting the remote learning curriculum up and distributing meals and laptops and all of that infrastructure. And I. Guess I wonder how having to do that. Affected learning, whereas it seemed like the school in Chicago was able to move pretty quickly into actually instructing children. Yeah and Chicago sort of took less than a week for them to ramp up the system and a took multiple weeks in Philadelphia. They were doing two big things. As you say, one was getting device and connections out to families that didn't have them at home, and the other was living their free and reduced price. Program to be sort of pickup dropoff thing that could be accessible to families for whom that is the main source of nutrition. Some people education world are really blaming schools for not being more prepared to be able to do this faster. But. I find it really hard to blame. The public system when they just had so much that they had to deal with all at once, superintendents principals waking up in mid March to this crisis. They definitely had to think about the lunch program I. Once the technology was in place in the school in Philadelphia for example. Were there differences in the ways? These schools were actually able. To use or decided to employ the remote learning tech. I don't think the technology is really still in place and I'll say why so you need a few different elements for the technology to be in place you need the device, and then you need each child in the House who's participating in remote running to have access to the device when they need the device, so it's very common that multiple siblings will all be using mom's cell phone and the cell phone can't necessarily handle all the interactions, not just to watch streaming video, but to fill out a worksheet or to write an essay. And you need electricity That's another thing. If the electricity has been turned off as there's problems paying that bill, and just understanding that families have had mass economic panic on DJ change during this time, so many parents have lost their jobs. You need space. You need quiet space to use the technology you know not. Every kid has her own room. All that needs to be placed.

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Philadelphia - Three men charged with sexually abusing boys in Bucks County

KYW 24 Hour News

01:49 min | 3 weeks ago

Philadelphia - Three men charged with sexually abusing boys in Bucks County

"Three men are under arrest in Bucks county all facing charges of child sexual assault but there is concern among prosecutors that there are more victims our suburban bureau chief they were W. Jim Miller is with us live with details Jim in two of the men accused of abusing the same child over different time periods those men are fifty seven year old Lewis I ello of Pendle borough and sixty year old David Hoffman of Bristol township Bucks county DA Matt Weintraub says Hoffman and I L. O. were both friends of the accuser's family but at this point when troops as they have not found any association between the two so he says the belief right now is that they did not know each other often secures of abusing this boy from nineteen ninety five through two thousand seven a starting when the victim was five I. L. is accused of abusing the boy from two thousand one when when he was eleven or twelve three two thousand seven I was also accused of assaulting another boy from two thousand eight through two thousand ten starting when that boy was fourteen investigators Salem at that boy while he was working as a DJ a third man unrelated to those two John Evans of telly town is accused of sexually assaulting a boy who prosecutors say was in his foster care during the corona virus shut down one Trobe says Evans also worked as a bus driver in Pennsbury and Bristol township and was involved with youth sports the Weintraub couldn't say specifically where or when he was involved with those sports but Weintraub says they are asking anyone victims who may be ready to come forward as he puts it ready to help them seek justice should mention the boy accused often I. L. O. says he saw another boy also abuse but does not know his name and prosecutors say in a recorded phone call Hoffman mentioned other boys but they were on me

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Republic Records to Cease Using 'Urban' Term

Q

01:59 min | 3 weeks ago

Republic Records to Cease Using 'Urban' Term

"Dark lane demo tape straight along with Ariana Grande post Malone and the weekend just a few of the marquee pop acts signed to the label Republic records so that's important because earlier this week Republic announced that it will no longer be using the term urban and it's official messaging they're the only ones changing their stance on this word this week the Grammys announce they will be changing their best urban contemporary category two best progressive R&B that's just one of the ways the institutions are making changes to how to use the word van so why are all these announcements around that word important how many first off what's the story behind the word urban in this context yes urban was a term that was coined by Frankie Crocker who was a DJ at W. PLS which is new York's black radio station and he wanted a word that describes black music without using the word black which might have alienated his non black audience there was no ill intent behind the words he just wanted to describe the sound of his radio station but now the word is become a point of contention especially because it's a rather narrow and dismissive way to describe black artists it's a way to write black music office needs should kind of put it in the quarter and it's limiting because it lumps artists and all of these distinct categories like art your crops and hip hop and jazz into one narrow category and how many I was always informed that it was a good a forbidden word like it's a word you're not to say but it's it's more complicated than that ran yeah I mean given the history of black artists being shot out of a job is that the prior year it happened at rock and roll just talked about it happening in country music there's been this desire and a need to declare some ownership and distinguish that celebrate black music so some people have been using the word urban in that fashion I'm I think there's always been a struggle in terms of how to do that without marginalizing bought black audiences how to claim ownership over black music but still make it includes Sam so the word urban isn't all bad but the way it's being used in modern times to dismiss or limit black artists certainly

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Blackout Tuesday: Why is everyone posting black squares online?

Q

04:27 min | Last month

Blackout Tuesday: Why is everyone posting black squares online?

"Today the music industry is taking a strong and surprising stance the world hasn't really seen before some of the biggest music labels in the world have decided the June second today will be known as blackout cheese day as part of an initiative called the show must be paused to executives from Atlantic Records to black women Briana Agyemang and Jimmy let Thomas started this initiative in response to the recent deaths of George Floyd Brianna Taylor Ahmad armory and other black people who've been killed by police officers so today a number of major labels and artists are stopping their everyday operations in solidarity and support and to talk systemic racism in major streaming services like Spotify apple music and YouTube music are also taking part with cancellations moments of silence and special playlists but today's blackout is also drawing some criticism we've convened a special Tuesday Q. this music panel to get into it a harmony is a freelance music journalist and critic Lisa Christiansen is a CBC arts reporter on the line from Vancouver harmony today's blackout cheese day tell us exactly what record labels are doing or not doing today Kate's house so it's unclear because a lot of the record labels that have come forward and said that they're going to participate haven't been specific about what they will or will not be doing today H. I. universal music group did mention that they're holding their releases for this week and donating to bail out funds for protesters and suggestions from the two creators of this movement have included each offer some taking a break if one has been impacted by the results of the police killings and just need a moment to green they've also suggested making financial contributions to the families of George Floyd and Brianna Taylor and are breached they've also suggested making financial contributions to protesters are connecting with leaders who are building grassroots campaigns and learning more about it to raise resources for those who want to position themselves as allies Mr from what you're saying on social media today how how widespread is this it's really everywhere it really started over the weekend it started picking up and then by yesterday I just noticed almost everything I was looking at had some kind of statement music labels blog streaming service or DJ music studios even bands now this morning there are just a lot of black squares in my feet the creators of this initiative Atlanta great Atlantic record label execs to Mila Thomas and Brenda Agyemang say today is quote a day to take a beat for an honest reflective and productive conversation about what actions we need to collectively take to support the black community harmony what are you hoping for here what conversations do you hope today's blackout might spark yes so I hope it's a day of introspection for record labels for the music industry and for everyone it's time to draw a line in the sand and speak out against police brutality and systemic racism I'm also hoping it's a day to identify aspects of music industry culture that promotes anti black racism or incubate anti back racism behind the scenes and the lives of the artist but these labels represent I think it's a data call out that org charts and critically examine how many black people are consistent power and decision making tables I'm it's a time to have those conversations but also to create a concrete action plan yes I've seen some concerns emerging today around this black out the harmony especially around people using the hash tag black lives matter what are you hearing right so I'm seeing criticism emerging emerging this morning about how performative at this camp is and how potentially dangerous it is so for instance I can close with black lives matter floods out critical information that organizes are using on the ground protesters are using the black lives matter hashtags to document what is happening on the ground in real time this year fundraising links and other resources that support the black lives matter movement and right now on Instagram if you look it's just taken over with black squares with what other criticism hearing right now well I think a lot of people very very concerned that it's just perform it is it's an easy way to not do anything at all you know it's just Hey look we are observing that and also some of the language and if you look at some of the posts is very vague we're taking some time out we're going to think so I think the only way for this day to be really successful is for those of us who have sat in meetings there needs to be some actionable items that come out of this and people need to be able to prove that they did do something that day and it wasn't just to put a square up on your social media feed

Designer Virgil Abloh Addresses Backlash Over Comments and Donations

KFC Radio

01:14 min | Last month

Designer Virgil Abloh Addresses Backlash Over Comments and Donations

"Do believe we disagree on one story the Virgil abloh donation stories. That's going viral if you don't know Virgil he is. The head designer for Louis, Vitton he designs Nike sneakers called off white which are like. One of the biggest sneaker. Things of the past. You know five whatever ten years. Big Time Conyers Yeah Connie's friends. You know he was a streetwear guy who kind of let legit with Louis Louis Vuitton, so in the street where all the secret world. You know the name Virgil. If you wear off whites, you certainly know him recipe. And anti-gay performing. Also, the at is he was a DJ I. was you guys like? To. I think he's DJ I. 'cause I remember I went to Coachella set. List was or whatever you call. It was released. I was like what the fuck is. Just show sneakers and I ended up. Deleting next week is going through like A. tweet like. I don't care that I didn't know of the DJ. Mentions to be. Think. They're the smartest person alive because they knew that, so I just deleted it or it was. People were very upset. That I didn't know virgils. Yeah, I mean I

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David Guetta criticised for “tone deaf” tribute to George Floyd during DJ set

The News Junkie

01:58 min | Last month

David Guetta criticised for “tone deaf” tribute to George Floyd during DJ set

"The as Difficult Times. And America to actually. Do. His voice so last night. I knew we were going to do this. And I met a special record. Okay, so this. Of George Floyd. Whole. More The as unity and peace. Difficult Times. When already? And America to Difficult. actually. Do. So His voice so shallow to his last family. night. I knew we were going to do this. Out. Dan. And I met a special record. ADM Okay, never thought here. so this. mlk, Juniors Of George Floyd. Face difficulties. Whole. More I still unity have A. and peace. Dream. When already? The American. Difficult. So shallow to his family. Can only be. Out. Shout out to the families. Dan. The ADM families so never thought here. there you mlk, go, that's Juniors that's their response to it or you could actually do something you can use Face your difficulties. vast well to support people on the ground. Who Do know what they're doing I that? Chrissy still Teigen have for example, A. promised to donate two hundred thousand Dream. dollars to bailout funds across The American. the country in order to help the protesters who arrested at the nationwide uprisings out of jail soon as possible I. I Can only be. Shout out to the families. The families so there you go, that's that's their response to it or you could actually do something you can use your vast well to support people on the ground. Who Do know what they're doing that? Chrissy Teigen for example, promised to donate two hundred thousand dollars to bailout funds across the country in order to help the protesters who arrested at the nationwide uprisings out of jail soon as possible I. I

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David Guetta criticised for “tone deaf” tribute to George Floyd during DJ set

The News Junkie

01:57 min | Last month

David Guetta criticised for “tone deaf” tribute to George Floyd during DJ set

"As Difficult Times. And America to actually. Do. His voice so last night. I knew we were going to do this. And I met a special record. Okay, so this. Of George Floyd. Whole. More The as unity and peace. Difficult Times. When already? And America to Difficult. actually. Do. So His voice so shallow to his last family. night. I knew we were going to do this. Out. Dan. And I met a special record. ADM Okay, never thought here. so this. mlk, Juniors Of George Floyd. Face difficulties. Whole. More I still unity have A. and peace. Dream. When already? The American. Difficult. So shallow to his family. Can only be. Out. Shout out to the families. Dan. The ADM families so never thought here. there you mlk, go, that's Juniors that's their response to it or you could actually do something you can use Face your difficulties. vast well to support people on the ground. Who Do know what they're doing I that? Chrissy still Teigen have for example, A. promised to donate two hundred thousand Dream. dollars to bailout funds across The American. the country in order to help the protesters who arrested at the nationwide uprisings out of jail soon as possible I. I Can only be. Shout out to the families. The families so there you go, that's that's their response to it or you could actually do something you can use your vast well to support people on the ground. Who Do know what they're doing that? Chrissy Teigen for example, promised to donate two hundred thousand dollars to bailout funds across the country in order to help the protesters who arrested at the nationwide uprisings out of jail soon as possible I. I

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Drive-in concerts may be the answer to the summer shows you're missing

Big Boy's Neighborhood

00:47 sec | Last month

Drive-in concerts may be the answer to the summer shows you're missing

"Bring him back festivals been in a festival with a twist this is a bad idea I mean that's a trip we you know it's crazy I've seen something on social media kind of going viral where there's a bunch of cars like in a drive in theater style and then there is a stage of the rocket I don't know how old that was what was happening but I guess in your race it was in Germany right Germany or something and someone has to be about John here are actually doing some stuff like that but now it's coming to the United States map there has been a rave that has been announced at it's going down this week and it's a two night rave it's called the road rage that they're happy and they're having some pretty bad **** like DJs band they're having their having tea or they're they're having carnage there but it's the rules are crazy they're saying this is a big F. you'd like covert nineteen they're just trying to party together

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F9 to be released online due to coronavirus

1A

05:50 min | Last month

F9 to be released online due to coronavirus

"With this is John horn of course host of the frame on KPCC honorary vice president of the one eight movie club John the best night isn't the only movie that was scheduled for release is now is having a perhaps a very different release than was imagined by filmmakers what is going on with movies how are they making the decision whether to delay a release or to go ahead in unconventional means I think the easiest answer is it depends I mean I think a lot of studios have taken their big budget movies and move them out of the summer season so right now in theory you have been watching F. nine the latest fast and furious movie was supposed to open may twenty second it's now coming out in April of twenty twenty one Black Widow a Marvel movie was going to open may first it's now November seventh so the bigger movies mostly are postponing their releases there are some films where they are taking them straight to video on demand or streaming platforms it's what universal did with its trolls war world tour movie and what it's doing in a couple of weeks with Judd Apatow's film I king of Staten Island and then there's some movies like Hamilton which Disney was supposed to release next year theatrically that they're gonna put on their streaming service Disney plus pretty soon most of the big movies though are gonna wait because there's only a handful of theaters that are open now if you can't play a movie in every theater around the country that it doesn't make any sense that said Christopher Nolan's film tenant is supposed to come out July seventeenth in theaters and the live action version of Mulan is supposed to come out July twenty fourth still feels iffy to me but that's the plan that Warner brothers and Disney have for those two films and right now they're sticking to it so one of those movies that is gonna be streaming is vast of night as I'm in and it's playing at drive ins but it's gonna be streaming on demand on Amazon prime on Friday and joining us is the director Andrew Patterson from his home in Oklahoma high and you're welcome to wanting Hey good to be on the show I wonder how it feels for you to be releasing a movie at this moment in time unexpected you know we'd made the movie a few years back and felt like it was you know we didn't even know if for when we were gonna get a distribution deal and then it lands right in the middle of the pandemic we were scheduled for may fifteenth and so we have it a little bit and and actually went out nationwide in drive ins first and and people came out and had good experiences from what we can tell I mean I got to say the movie is uniquely suited for a drive and did you go watch it from your car yeah we did we what's that in the at Montclair mission tiki opening night and day you know unique experience at least to get to see a movie that has a lot of outdoor scenes and and in the sky plays a big part of the movie and and you have had lights flashing through parking lots in the movie and it kind of felt three dimensional away because of those extra elements sort of surrounding you at the drive in I'm gonna be super careful because I do not want to be the person explains this for anyone else but can you what can you tell us about this movie without spoiling anything yeah I mean when you work on a movie and and and marketed and publicize it you learn ways around maybe hoping not to tip the hat too much but yeah you know it's it's set in New Mexico in the nineteen fifties and and just those two elements a lone people sort of draw a line between them and and make some conclusions immediately in our film follow the switchboard operator who sixteen female name Faye and a radio DJ named Everitt who's eighteen nineteen twenty and they sort of start to hear some things through the radio and the switchboard that sound like they're not of at least local in in origin and then they decide to a curious and start to chase it down John this film is getting a lot of attention I wonder why would you say that is an again John no spoilers but what why are people so excited about this movie well it's really good I think that's the obvious reason it is a tremendously impressive first feature it is so well made so well acted really it's just a perfect little movie but I think one of the things that's odd about a film like this and it's feels a little kind of heartless to say it it actually is benefiting from the crown of virus because none of those big movies are coming out nobody is going to see the light latest Marvel movie or a lot latest fast and furious film so movies like this that are coming out on different platforms like streaming they're not having their release date how old have a real opportunity because there's not a lot of new content that people can find and here you have a film that would be maybe it would really face some challenges if it were real released theatrically as originally planned in mid may because it's going up against all of these giant movies and now it has kind of a little silo of no competition because there's nothing really playing in theaters and there's nothing that new or big or great that's debuting on streaming platforms so I think it's the in some odd way it's almost the perfect combination of a really good movie coming out when they're not a lot of really good movies

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F9 to be released online due to pandemic

The Frame

05:48 min | Last month

F9 to be released online due to pandemic

"With this is John horn of course host of the frame on KPCC honorary vice president of the one eight movie club John the best night isn't the only movie that was scheduled for release is now is having a perhaps a very different release than was imagined by filmmakers what is going on with movies how are they making the decision whether to delay a release or to go ahead in unconventional means I think the easiest answer is it depends I mean I think a lot of studios have taken their big budget movies and move them out of the summer season so right now in theory you were been watching F. nine the latest fast and furious movie was supposed to open may twenty second it's now coming out in April of twenty twenty one Black Widow a Marvel movie was going to open may first it's now November seventh so the bigger movies mostly are postponing their releases there are some films where they are taking them straight to video on demand or streaming platforms it's what universal did with its trolls war world tour movie and what it's doing in a couple of weeks with Judd Apatow's film I king of Staten Island and then there's some movies like Hamilton which Disney was supposed to release next year theatrically that they're gonna put on their streaming service Disney plus pretty soon most of the big movies though are gonna wait because there's only a handful of feeders that are open now if you can't play a movie in every theater around the country that doesn't make any sense that said Christopher Nolan's film tenant is supposed to come out July seventeenth in theaters and the live action version of Mulan is supposed to come out July twenty fourth still feels iffy to me but that's the plan that Warner brothers and Disney have for those two films and right now they're sticking to it so one of those movies that is going to be streaming is vast of nine as I mentioned it's playing at drive ins but it's gonna be streaming on demand on Amazon prime on Friday and joining us is the director Andrew Patterson from his home in Oklahoma hi Andrew welcome to winning Hey good to be on the show I wonder how it feels for you to be releasing a movie at this moment in time unexpected you know we'd made the movie a few years back and felt like it was you know we didn't even know if for when we were gonna get a distribution deal and then it lands right in the middle of the pandemic we were scheduled for may fifteenth and so we have it a little bit and and actually went out nationwide and drive ins first and and people came out and had good experiences from what we can tell I mean I got to say the movie is uniquely suited for a drive and did you go watch it from your car yeah we did we what's that in the Montclair mission tiki opening night and do you know if you need to experience at least to get to see a movie that has a lot of outdoor scenes and and in the sky plays a big part of the movie and and you have headlights flashing through parking lots in the movie and it kind of felt three dimensional away because of those extra elements sort of surrounding you at the drive in I'm gonna be super careful because I do not want to be the person explains this for anyone else but can you what can you tell us about this movie without spoiling anything yeah I mean when you work on a movie and and and marketed and publicize it you you learn ways around maybe hoping not to tip the hat too much but yeah you know it's it's set in New Mexico in the nineteen fifties and and just those two elements alone people sort of draw a line between them and and make some conclusions immediately in our film follow the switchboard operator who sixteen female name Faye and a radio DJ named Everitt who's eighteen nineteen twenty and they sort of start to hear some things through the radio and the switchboard that sound like they're not of at least local in in origin and then they decide to a curious and start to chase it down John this film is getting a lot of attention I wonder why would you say that is an again John no spoilers but what why are people so excited about this movie well it's really good I think that's the obvious reason it is a tremendously impressive first feature it is so well made so well acted really it's just a perfect little movie but I think one of the things that are about a film like this and it's feels a little kind of heart was to say it it actually is benefiting from the crown of iris because none of those big movies are coming out nobody is going to see the light latest Marvel movie or a lot latest fast and furious film so movies like this that are coming out on different platforms like streaming they're not having their release date how old have a real opportunity because there's not a lot of new content that people can find and here you have a film that would be maybe it will really face some challenges if it were real released theatrically as originally planned in mid may because it's going up against all of these giant movies and now it has kind of a little silo of no competition because there's nothing really plain in theaters and there's nothing that new or big or great that's debuting on streaming platforms so I think it's the in some odd way it's almost the perfect combination of a really good movie coming out when they're not a lot of really good movies

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Heavenly Sources Confirm Jesus Christ Will Transfer To Iowa State University After Getting Grades Up

The Topical

03:02 min | Last month

Heavenly Sources Confirm Jesus Christ Will Transfer To Iowa State University After Getting Grades Up

"Journalistic enterprises like the ones. You just heard after this message from our sponsors who may or may not actually have something useful to settle you. There's only one way to find out our top story. Today comes from the heavens as a lesion authorities are reporting that Jesus Christ will be transferring to Iowa State University in the fall after getting his grades up. The once academically troubled son of God seems to have finally been able to rehabilitate his image and get his schoolwork up to snuff over the last year at Western Iowa Tech Community College. And he's now ready to move onto the next chapter of his education. We're joined by. Opr's afterlife correspondent thaddeus Lawson to unpack the big news. Hi Leslie good to be here that is. This has been a long journey full of ups and downs for the son of God trying to make the grades and to be Frank. Fixing some behavioral problems. So he could get into a state or private school right after graduating. Saint Peter's high school with a dismal one point three grade point average. A lackluster five eighty. Sat score and a disorderly conduct arrest drunkenly urinating on the streets of gold by his house. He couldn't get accepted into any of his preferred universities. That's what his father started. Pressuring him to enroll in community college to get back on track. That wasn't a quick fix. His father was hoping for either correct. I mean he failed the winter semester at tech last year because he blew off his business administration final to play call of duty right and then he started this spring semester. This year getting kicked out of his welding class when he welded several pipes into a satanic pentagram not to mention his outright refusal to stand his dyslexia medication. So most didn't think you'd get to this point so that was the catalyst well my sources. Tell me that the son of God did a lot of small things like making sure to always sit in the front row and show up to class with a pencil but the real wakeup call for him came in February when his best. Buddy nate overdosed on method an epic. Kager our Lord and Savior through. Yeah after he found nate lifeless in a ditch by the house Christ shared with six other roommates. He told those closest to him that he needed to sober up and stop wasting away life. The Lord finally sobering up is definitely a step in the right direction. A what was his final. Gpa and greats like for this semester although we got to ds and biology and computer science he did manage to get an a minus a nutrition and B. Minus in the history of rock and roll which pulled his GPA up to a two point eight. That's plenty good for Iowa state and what's The reaction from the Heavens God Almighty and all his heavenly hosts are simply ecstatic. They're all just happy. That Jesus Christ and his father are taking an early to Iowa state to purchase some. Isu Swag the bookstore. Instead of burying the son of God with a needle coming out of his arm I can't help but ask and no offense to Iowa state but why them and not more storied private school. I mean this is the son of God. We're talking about wouldn't have brown taken him as a legacy student now. It's my understanding that Jesus wanted to create his own path and had zero interest in following his father's footsteps by going to Brown plus he liked the reasonable out of state tuition Iowa state and their study abroad option in Australia and as an aspiring radio. Dj He was impressed with Iowa State's communications program and ability to get involved early in the department student. Run radio station. Well of Christ is out there. Listening

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Coming out stories: Jessie

Coming Out Stories

11:11 min | Last month

Coming out stories: Jessie

"Going to hear from Jesse now she's a singer a Dj and also a radio presenter. Oh I get to work alongside a radio one of other jobs. She was just in her final week. Him Co presenting. The breakfast show in this interview was recorded. I identify as a female lesbian growing up in Essex. It was very much like with the popular girls over the time at school and not just knew the. It was pretty goes. I was friends. Wave always in that popular group of the sports teams with And we always got the good looking boys kind of hovering around us of which obviously they became like really good friends with them. But I remember thinking why is shade? Itin him why is Hay's eighteen because I always though maybe I'll just fancy my friend school because she's really pretty say alike court she was. She's really outgoing. Range really popular. She's great person. You know that kind of thing thinking maybe I don't actually fancier live a new audit. I used to talk myself out of. It's just because you like what she's wearing kind of thing. So did you have a full-on crush with friends are modum best friend car. We speak about it now. All the time I always had quite pretaped. Fem boyfriends like the real girly pretty looking. Boys Lot really gorgeous. I mean sticker wig on like you have me different. You know a really long blonde hair and blue eyes that kind of thing but I would always got like a boy in the school for like two free weeks then that want to have a case whatever else fancy many more fancy someone else so you got around it that way you ever. Did you ever have any so-social called coincide? We're boys well had boyfriends growing up but like never kind of pass the quite kissing unquote phase until I got to sixteen. Hottest boyfriend is v day and he was a couple years older than me. When I sixteen. Yes I lost my virginity to a boy and experience. I just knew it wasn't I mean not love him but not like that mean and decide. I Wa- I was with him for year and I was thinking I don't want this to happen anymore. From the age of sixteen I moved away from home to go to this performing Arts College. I went to London. Said cops mean just slightly out of London and I lived there all of a sudden I got all this freedom from the age of sixteen had quite a bit of money in my account. Because I've done a lot of like TV jobs. Growing up performing arts stage shows in the western moments safety from got spunk connor. Sixteen I got friends. Who the Guy Boys Era Doreen Bird for college and obviously used to be like a fried are like come on. We got into town and we'd go to like heaven in London G. Y. When it was a story in London sixty nights not so it was in the ninety S. I'm yeah yeah late nineties and it was just incredible. I remember the first time we can in thinking. I just feel so high and at the time I still have this boyfriend in Essex. The LOST MARVELED UNITY TO I. Don't use remember standing in Heaven under the arches in London. And there's like this kind of Baolcony bit that surrounds the dance floor and you look down dots on remember seeing this girl. She's really fit and I was really attracted to. I don't just couldn't help a thou- I don't speaking my friends my gay male friends and they didn't know what I was going for all. She's happy to be going out with them to these gay ause. I thought you were straight gail. Just hanging around with look coming out for the law a few drinks always the Joe. Ca- me some looking down the balcony and this girl. She keeps looking at me but I couldn't say to my friends because it didn't know Oth- oh maybe a light boys and girls and that's okay. I've got bisexual friends. Maybe having all this free my heads the guys went to the toilet. Now you know what guys like when I go to the toilet. I took forever in the them. Guideline that stock saw. I like all way here knew exactly what I was doing. I just as they went away. I said make sure you come back away in this box. It was always packed. I'm looking at with the dance floor and she's gone whereas Cisco Gone Looking for. Oh what am I going to turn round? She was there a my face. She went you guy. And Yeah a believer city. I just went and we still kissing and it was like the most incredible experience of my entire life. I had my first Lesbian Kiss in heaven. Then she went on what she name. I was like Jesse and she said Oh. Hi I'm Laura. I'm just going to tell my friends where I am. And she she was doing didn't show. Yes you slightly older. The me lie. She knew and I'll just start as low fly baby into dancing when she starts then he walks off Patrick Species Leffler. That was me I was like. I was all in a panic but it was amazing. Incredible Fade in the NFL. And she go back Laura. Laura thought Noah I'll tell you so she didn't come back but you know I was kind of relieved because my friends then came back from the toilet and I did not explained by the way. I'm a lesbian now because I didn't know how always failing so they just about the toilet and things ripple nothing happening here and my friends. My best friend crease. He was longer than usual. So a Wolfer the dance ought to say and this. Chris was out yet. Either Chris Wherever you not. We've all been waiting for you. The was still up the balcony bay towards the toiler. This time I said. Where have you been all that was a massive Qaeda's a massive q? And Chris a totally black game and deny walk. Bad person for doing this is because I wanted to tell him what did just happen to me. I'll make Chris. Don't lie a know your I of just seeing you kissing this guy outside the toiler Ole all. Please don't tell anybody score Asia's whatever Russkoe shocked by the way. I'm very sorry to to the Scottish people but yeah I told him. Talk Bobby off just kissed. A girl just jumped this massive hug all throughout college. Chris was gay arm lesbian. We just had this collection together that nobody knew we love here so he had been kissing a boy saw. The toiler wouldn't totally blocked and got it. Rai Yes a totally go awry stays this one night of say Dave and tell you I was wearing. I remember every dates how it was such a massive. Carter point in my life. It was an awakening an awakening. It why love is the fact that you literally have sounds like that was the first time you'd ever verbalize those words. I'm gay and then within about three seconds you're kissing a woman. She just stuck tongue thrown up for where she's bloody gorgeous. She's ready Fan. I'M NOT GONNA say no and honestly wanted for such a long time and then obviously a couple of months down the line. Chris and I start going out together and my best friend best friend from college and like it was just so amazing. I had this guy best friend the I could be myself around all that stuff going school on new fancy my best friend at school. Actually I'd accepted everything. Do you ever told you best friend at school. I've told her since we still in really good contact now and we did have a bit of a case in a nightclub in the she went. You always fancied SCO avenue it co- cover stop it but yeah on. A sleigh is just amazing and then going through. I realized I thought I liked boys as well. I thought I was bisexual because I had such love. You still have this boy talk. So what happened to him? Well I just kind of Went Down Essex to visit my family to visit him. Nauseous largest is just not for me. Didn't she say to him? I can't be reviewed because on lesbian artist could earn just went ready. I wasn't ready and all that judgment. I thought I was going to get. You know I always as kind of grown up being around heterosexual people all the time like I didn't until I went to college. I never I've never had a gay friend or it wasn't until as much as it is. Now I I remember seeing grey notre ones in G. Y. On shooters that's amazing. He's gay made on TV. I just it does make a difference. Doesn't it having those role models and those people out Amoco's well that's really amazing what you're doing as well because having things like this. I think if I'd had this growing up it would have helped me to just accept to lot quicker like I went through thing whereas maybe if I just set with another guy I would be straight because I really struggled with. Don't want to be a lesbian for was. Why was there a period than what you really were in the closet and didn't want to admit it to be especially when I came home from college like summer holidays and that kind of stuff unites along six weeks? When you can't feel you can be yourself. I mean I don't need to have a badge. Sign on Lesbian. But you know if I saw Angelina Jolie on telly I want to be out. Say she fit mom more. Hold him back a huge part of May and of my life and there was this guy. It fixed incomes calm the Gary H and he says a fancy adult. I kept knocking on the door. Boot Ronald Flowers. I even went on a date things. My mom was always lovely what you should go on a date with him. I'm not in the end. Don't thinking what am I doing? So this one I sixteen. It was about eight months off to my first lesbian. Kiss only eight months in the closet though nothing. I honestly I've had a really easy story. Compared to a lot of my friends it was just basically me except for myself to mom. Mom I gotTa tell you something. I'M LESBIAN. She went all right. Then what you want dinner. Brilliant Mommy Brooks absolute legend but honestly since then she said to me awful guy for if as I thought. I'll just go with it but should well. He's not a phase now obviously off the married to a woman. Did you have any questions? She didn't have a she up in conversation again. She just went with their. You know and you know if I was coming out. She's kind of all we going to like an algae bt new tonight and then the next door to me and that kind of

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Drones for helping the COVID fight

Talking Tech

04:21 min | Last month

Drones for helping the COVID fight

"Who would have ever thought that a drone could help in the fight against Kovic? Romeo Derbyshire is out there doing it. He works for. Dj The drone manufacturer. And he's going to tell you all about it today. Romeo Howard using drones to help in this fight Jefferson. It's good to see again. It's been a little while since the last time we talk. A lot has changed since and We're we're seeing this global endemic. That has a huge impact for so many of us. I'm but we're also seeing amazing ways that new technologies being used and integrated to help especially our first responders and we launched our disaster relief program for Colored Nineteen at middle of March to PR- provide fire departments and police departments with not only the hardware but also our suport on utilizing this to help fight covet in various different ways and part of the program was a pay it. Forward component in essence. The departments have to be willing to work with us to capture lessons. Learned we've also seen a department. That was extremely creative with the use of drones one of our smaller platforms. Maverick to enterprise used ability to put a speaker on it so you can do one way communication and after you know the first few weeks of people being at home not being able to go out. They came up with this great idea. If a child in their community has a birthday they can sign up on the on the website and if there is a an available police unit or fire unit. They will go to to the child's home and outside the home run the sirens and waste the kid and and wish you happy birthday but this department also used the drone with the speaker to fly on the front yard and sing happy birthday through the speaker and to me. That's a wonderful us because this is community building. This is something fun and put smiles on. Not only the people fate on the tug faces but also the parents and so that to me was one of the more creative ways now what happened in Tulsa in Tulsa especially in California but Often Tulsa. We'VE DENSITY OF HOMELESS POPULATION. And that's an at risk group of individuals not only uncovered nineteen but also around the entire rest of the year and so- drones are being used to help bring information To those homeless camps that sometimes are in difficult areas to get to. And you don't necessarily WanNa send a nurse or a doctor down the difficult path but if you create Station where they can come to that they know that. Hey we will. We have a nurse. A doctor on standby personal hygiene kits available for you have some sued and water And and Houston drove to to give that message to those homeless population camps. That's just another additional way to be more active and cover a much larger area in shorter periods of time. And when you're not doing public safety what are some of the images that you like to capture on your drum like the two right behind me? Riga Latvia and Coppleson Luca's in Mexico. I love aerial photography The creative aspect of areas to talk because Again you know for for so many years we have been taking pictures from an eye level perspectives. And now just going up a few seat a changes the way we can see our environment and then you can do create if things like in this one. I did the little worm hole where everything looks very different than in real life and you can be creative and can have sun and explore your environment from a different perspective. Just follow the local laws and regulations. And you'll be fine

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Golf ready to take its first small step back with Rory, DJ, Rickie and Wolff

The Fifteenth Club

02:10 min | Last month

Golf ready to take its first small step back with Rory, DJ, Rickie and Wolff

"Gamble tomorrow the tailor made a driving relief as we've been talking about the first hour Charlie Sears continues to join this it's going to be Dustin Johnson and Rory versus Rickie Fowler and Matthew what's the what was the final total Scotty on our on our fiftieth club six three counting us you guys or hi wolf and yeah which is really against the grain bin have you likely establishment you like the old guys you like DJ and Rory I just think there's more on the line for Rickie Fowler what's on the line what's on the line okay which are the unit is is going to be on their win total is going to go to FedEx points now this is a mandate exhibition with two guys at Oklahoma state you know veterans people saying you know they're you know I I don't believe I'll tell you because this is the worst news we've had in this country since nine eleven it it it's worse than nine eleven eighty thousand people have died in the last you much this pandemic this is the first bit of good news here we will well I'm just giving you my reasons first bit of good news we're gonna have our first live sports and I think let me finish here there Delbert one Rickie Fowler and Matt you off it's going to be a coming out party for Matthew Wolff and Rickie Fowler I think I think they're gonna win are we not kind of like a little confused on how they really cuts tiger in Phil's match they hijacked the whole thing tiger and Phil we heard two months ago saying there should be a big match their dates match number two they're gonna add Thoman Payton to go search for the greatest athletes of his generation ago but also a tailor made simple hold my beer we're gonna let for our guys go in you know what we're to go week before them is that not kind of well you did well I'll say this more power to him because Phil and tiger they cannot but they tried to milk it as long as they could yeah and not set a date not set the location itself but some pride in and got Seminole to boot one of the great golf for gas in this country you're gonna do great numbers regardless I want to watch this they want to watch golf golf fans want to see some real stuff happened gamblers want to gamble it's gonna do phenomenal numbers it's going to be

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Atlanta Caravan for Justice in Ahmaud Arbery Case

Bulls and Bears

00:21 sec | Last month

Atlanta Caravan for Justice in Ahmaud Arbery Case

"A rally for justice today in Glenn county where hundreds call for justice in the Amman armory murder cases this is what demonstrators led from southwest Atlanta this morning to travel to Brunswick for the rally calling it a justice caravan they're calling for the resignations of the two original DJs who recused himself from the case about filing charges since then a father and son have been charged in

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Civil rights activists protest handling of Ahmaud Arbery case in Atlanta

Atlanta Living

00:44 sec | Last month

Civil rights activists protest handling of Ahmaud Arbery case in Atlanta

"What started as a so called justice caravan making its way from a southwest Atlanta church and ending at the Glynn county courthouse this afternoon where they are holding a rally as we we speak speak the the group group is is just just George George and and other other activists activists are are protesting protesting healthy healthy Ahmad Ahmad armory armory murder murder case case has has been been handled handled the the ACLU ACLU of of George's George's Andrea Andrea young young tells tells channel channel two two action action news news ACLU is committed to standing with this community until they have the structures the leadership that they need so that they can feel safe in their community they're calling for the resignations of the two original DJs who recused themselves from the case without filing charges armory who was unarmed was shot and killed by a father and his son back in February it wasn't until last week that the G. B. I took over the case and arrested

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Worst Tennis Podcast predictions ever

The Tennis Podcast

06:30 min | 2 months ago

Worst Tennis Podcast predictions ever

"Thank you. K- we've gone from exquisite to sanity saving. Which I think is a lockdown. Plus what do you think? Yeah when you send out. The emails to back is saying. Can you send in your records and Daniel Introduce D. Fish for compliments de requests that they put in some kind of see? Perla tive just if you feel like it feel free to pay a massive compliment. Actually this is an intro arms race which is happening independently of me is like when all mascots get involved in arms race to send his tennis related animal. Content can't believe look it's all fine and we also quite happy to receive your emails where it should be receiving by the bucket load over the last few weeks most of which saying very nice things and it really town on. You didn't share with me. The ones that don't say Nice Things. D that's correct catherine particularly in a week when we are about to reveal our worst of ever on the podcast and that means the worst of our predictions on this particular edition on Thursday. We're going to discuss the worst Grand Slam finals in history or have a debate about them and we're also going to talk about the worst of the rights which is going to be a a lot of fun to to try to work out when they were human when they weren't brilliant when it's rubbish things on Colton through an absolute shockers because his that kind of wealth of the mount. We've decided we're going to have one week where everything's rubbish and we're going to talk about it so we'll be getting on with that in a moment to. Catherine's had her own worst of week or weekend. Casteran you've had an uninvited guest in your flat. What's happened in? Yeah it's it's like the rodent population of Putney heard that we were celebrating. Worst-off week and A mouse his decided to invade my bedroom. Well we need the mouse on the lease because the the the rubbish cats bruin the mouse about five days ago. He's doesn't go any teeth. He was unable to wound or kill. The mouse brought to thanks very much for that magic And five days later at two o'clock in the morning the mouse makes an appearance on my curtain. And it's spent the entire night cooling up and down My clothes rail of favorite dress. Thanks very much and I do. I no longer know whether it's my mudgee nation or reality. I swear I can hear it nibbling bright. Now it's in the room. I mean it was last sighted in this room and I can now hear the sound of mouse like rustling but I I heard in my dreams as well so I don't know what's reality anymore. Any of it coming from where the unpacked suitcases demean unpacked. Yeah it's really relates to the suitcase and I I've started to become concerned that I mean would make a really good mouse nest and it is cracked open. Gist enough that a mouse could sneak in now to frayed to lift the LID. In case there is some sort of rodent party going on in that Humane mouse traps anonymous. Which is more than this? Mouse deserves some humane. Mastro's analyst should arrived to Murray an until then I'm just going to live in Miami personal horror movie for about to become a DJ. I hear on the radio station of the flats. Every this is the week that everything go really really locked down with A. I've been invested infested by reidents and my building. Someone in my building has launched Kenilworth Court FM. Yeah he he sent a message around to Orem community. What's great which was the most? Alan Partridge message. I've ever received and I really wanted to reply that. Alan Partridge gift. But I didn't know any of the people in this group. I'm just I didn't know how well hall we'd go down but yeah some local mall is an introducing Casey. Fm The world's most local radio station test music is now playing at his. The link and I hate to be live on Monday at four PM. Requests and dedications. Go to this email address. Say hello to your neighbors. Why not pick the music and six tracks? You'd like to hear. And why and we'll play the best of them. Test transmissions running here at the moment is playing. This is the absolute gold at the moment is playing random selections from my Music Library which would explain why earlier there was Donna. Summer fully by the King's thing is doing the highway code. If you have problems with it working please email. And then the moon address are looking thing is the most. That's just say part. Absolutely navy responded with any unappointed references. Say How disappointed. He's not my people. And meanwhile Catherine will be vying with her housemates to appear on the radio station. Choose the music. Because said housemate has served being critical of Bruce springsteen which has not gone down. Well you're revealing all of the cuisine of my living situation David. We ship predictions. Yeah Brilliant Yeah to infestations in the home and actual rate in an Bruce springsteen hated that thinks oh toilet is wounded great. What is your flat. Vetting process renew People in people could be people can deceive you. Matt's people on always what they appear to

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"d._j" Discussed on Back To Back

Back To Back

03:52 min | 11 months ago

"d._j" Discussed on Back To Back

"How did he volve for you because you did go to college college. Did you go for music for marketing <hes> so and it's funny because all the marketing knowledge i think is totally antiquated. Now probably here right like i feel like i i looked back. We threw out all my text books and work from college a few years ago and it was like three hundred pounds of all the stuff you're never going to go back through it and i looked through and i was just i just felt so silly like you're just getting started into the subjects by the time you leave college. I feel like you've just it's been great introver- expensive introduction to things and i'm almost just looking at it like it just seems so naive and stupid and you've got on the real world and try a lot of things and then you kind of find your calling what you're attracted into the more i think about it. The more you know the idea of a gap year or something like that like putting off college makes more and more sense to me the older get because i was the same way i went to college right after highschool and you know it was great. I enjoyed it but i think i was not mature enough really a to fully reap the benefits of that expensive education in his high school going to give you a broad enough experience with subjects like is <hes> is a physics. This class versus a phys ed class like are they. Are those gonna really expose you to the spectrum of things you can do for living of course not right. I mean you have internships. I think that's so valuable to just work for free have the opportunity and that's what i did for a record labels newark and i saw what i liked when it didn't like antique out the trash for record record labels i put together furniture for ultra records todd that heavily funded cut to see the kind of the the power structure the music industry early on but then it was just to be there air out of a classroom be in the real world and seeing what that was like. Was that was the best experience while you were in college. Did you think music could be a career or did you really think you were going to do marketing or something and i remember i was. I had a studio in triple in the dorms and i remember sending out demo. C._d.'s this and just sort of praying that some label would respond and and i'd get like rejection love letters back from major labels and most people don't even write you back so it's actually kind of phone the response and then it's funny when you run into those people twenty years later you know we're almost when later and they're still in the business or that's really cool auguste. Stay in the business. I have a lot of respect for that audible. Go off and you know become a chocolate here vet or random career pivot. Come come on man like this. Is this your calling or not like so i think i it is very people can be challenged by you know the difficulty of the music industry but <hes> i i have so much respect people just they can tough out those lulls in the peaks and valleys yeah. I completely agree man and you know even the people who like you. You know there's people who's in for the music and there's people who are in it for the hustle and sometimes you get those intersecting like sometimes you know the the person who's passionate about the music also has a really good you know entrepreneurial spirit but you know i'm sure as many people as i do in our industry industry that it's not about the music at all. It's about the opportunity. Maybe it's about the partying and the social aspect of it and that'll bernau. That's the sustainability thing again like. If you want to do it just to get famous and make money <hes> that's not going to drive you forward well and and i mean it probably bears saying that you know in these times. We're talking about your interning for these labels and all that there wasn't that much upside right like it. Wasn't that big a c. In it wasn't like it is now where you can't imagine d._j.'s not getting paid millions of dollars in vegas and all that i mean that was unthinkable when you were coming..

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"d._j" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

03:12 min | 11 months ago

"d._j" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"It's not like you find a group of employees that go from being unhappy to being happy they go from surly to less early and that's really pretty much the only thing you can you can give them some more money and they pipe down for a little while and that's about it you know in schools. There's a lot of things through teachers complain about you know crappy buildings that they work in. They're getting old textbooks. The money's being spent and properly low wages horse students. They can't get rid of behavior problems. I mean there's all kinds of things for them to complain about but there seems to be a higher level of job satisfaction in private sector teachers going on in the next breath. We hear them argue. That teachers are substantially underpaid compared to what others earned in the private sector so there's a simple way to find out how much public sector employees are worth individually and that's breaking the union's monopoly. I don't think you can find out what public sector employees are worth individually by breaking the union's monopoly. We have cities towns counties states even where they don't have public sector unions. I think there's some states were outlawed button. You know that's the you can't find the value because the people paying the paychecks aren't doing the negotiating and they aren't paying with their own money right <hes> somebody who owns a business is going to be a more enthusiastic negotiator gator because every single dollar that spent comes out of his pocket if i run a radio if i own a radio station i'm going to be the one who's bargaining getting with the d._j.'s and the traffic director and you know whomever on the pay the wages that they get and i'm going to have to pay enough to retain them and the better ones are going to be offered more elsewhere so i'm going to pay them more in order to retain them but when it comes to public sector employees i don't care what the whether it's teachers garbage men or what it is you are the one who pays through your taxes and no one ever asks you what what you think about a given employees or whatever try to get one of them fired <hes>. You're not their boss. You're just the one force to pay and if you're forced to pay but you don't get to make decisions decisions. What does that make you. A great example of this is new york city teachers. They have places in new york. City's city they call rubber rooms and the rubber rooms are where they store teachers that are too dangerous to be allowed around students but can't can't be fired. That's right. What kind of school can't fire a teacher. That's too dangerous to have around dangerous or the unwanted just bad whatever whatever the reason is is that if they're sitting in a room doodling in order to get their paycheck. You're you're being ripped off yup eight five five four five zero three seven three three. It's eight fifty five four fifty free freetalklive fellow patriots my name miss todd savage founder of black real estate dot com like you..

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"d._j" Discussed on 2 Bears 1 Cave with Tom Segura & Bert Kreischer

2 Bears 1 Cave with Tom Segura & Bert Kreischer

03:40 min | 11 months ago

"d._j" Discussed on 2 Bears 1 Cave with Tom Segura & Bert Kreischer

"There. I don't i don't know what how can fight chaka hookah suco who got chaka you hold me. Here's you practicing yeah. This is osso practicing. That's great. That's great but stickler did a remix and then and all of a sudden everyone's started sending in remixes and i woke up and i tweeted it last night. I was like please send me remixes by the way if you have a remix of a good song with this is training and you know this is the one that you thinking that someone out there is like oh. This is going to be perfect. Someone's like the best one i've seen so far is the s._v._u. Theme song tone like dunk don jones. What's it called own wall. That's a law and order yet. Laura <hes> all right man well. That's great and i hope that i can't wait for your video. What what's our timeline on this so people can expect to get it done in a week which i did it in a week okay. Just let me how serious you take these dance. Let me let me let me just like like fly out. These are all in a row out of towns that that's what i'm saying changes <hes> twentieth and twenty first but what month of september of me too. I'm playing like a week two weeks before you but where you at orpheum oh. Where are you as hotel. Whatever mine has hotel next to it at the orpheum. Are you doing tonight. Su shows that says the same thing the <hes> what you need to get this out because i am so excited to see you dance. Do you have any idea what song you're thinking now not even idea wardrobe none. Okay give you some hints short. A ponytail would be really cool all like if you had a pony tail. It's actually honing deals. Ponytails sell dance videos when you watch girls flip around there ponytail yeah. That's a good idea. I mean as i had a built in d._j. Dad mouth and then lost the outfit yeah and you had something sleek but bouncy. I mean wardrobe really sells it now. You're right. You're right. That's a good idea thinking shirtless for with shirt muscle. Should i do shirtless. My specials and my spots send my video shirtless dude. I can't wait to see this. You know that that that will be like christmas morning for me. The morning i realized where i get my texas blown up and then like have you seen uh-huh video man. I might wait for it. I might not watch it. You ever done that with the i used to do that with the u._f._c. I'd buy the fight at night and we go out party and then the next morning with doa party at like eight in the morning morning. Everyone come over and we watch the u._s. Eight in the morning no one in the world has ever done oh. It is so much fucking fun because you got to stay away from electronics from everything because you don't want to ruin it and you know that you know that the answer is already out there but you're watching it. I may hold off on. How long are we don't watch that and watch it. Live with you. Watch it like. I would actually love if you could do that if i will not. I will not watch it so that i can watch it live here. That'd be fun yeah. I'm i'm. I'm trying to make they get special. I'll just tell you that wait how special just just a little juice in it. Can you anyone anyone. Please send ideas you the bigger this is the happier it makes me yeah. No i look you know this is what life's about life is about about fucking around. It's not about taking anything serious like people like there's some comics are like you could see like roll their eyes at like on like you know. I'm sure chris rock was like why would he do that like i'm not saying chris rock said that but like certain guys that are serious guys will be like why don't you just tell jokes man.

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"d._j" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

03:21 min | 11 months ago

"d._j" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"High level of dissatisfaction with their jobs and it's probably because the people they work with you can't get rid of him and once a an atmosphere at a given job plays workplace kinda turn sour. It doesn't come back jack easily. It's not like you find a group of employees that go from being unhappy to being happy they go from surly to less surly and that's really pretty much the only thing you can do you can give them some more money and they pipe down for a little while and that's about it you know in schools. There's a lot the things we've teachers complain about. You know crappy buildings that they work in. They're getting old textbooks. The money's being spent and properly low wages horse students. They can't get rid of behavior problems. I mean there's all kinds of things for them to complain about but there seems to be a higher level of job satisfaction the private sector teachers going on in the next breath. We hear them argue. The teachers substantially underpaid compared to what others earn in the private sector so there's a simple simple way to find out how much public sector employees are worth individually and that's breaking the union's monopoly. I don't think you can find out what public sector employees are worth individually julianne breaking the union's monopoly. We have a cities towns counties states even where they don't have public sector unions. I think there's some some some states where it's even outlawed but you know that's the you can't find the value because the people paying the paychecks aren't doing the negotiating and they they are paying with their own money right. <hes> somebody who owns a business is going to be a more enthusiastic negotiator associated because every single dollar that spent comes out of his pocket if i run a radio if i on a radio station i'm going to be the one who's bargaining arguing with the d._j.'s and the traffic director and you know whomever on the pay the wages that they get and i'm going to have to pay enough to retain them and the better ones are going to be offered more elsewhere so i'm gonna pay them more in order to retain them but when it comes to public sector employees i don't care what the whether it's teachers or garbage men or what it is you are the one who pays through your taxes and no one ever asks excu what you think about giving employees or whatever try to get one of them fired <hes>. You're not their boss. You're just the one forced to pay and if you're forced the pay but you don't get to make any decisions. What does that make you. A great example of this is new york city teachers. They have of places in new york city's city that they call rubber rooms now you the rubber rooms are where they store teachers that are too dangerous interest to be allowed around students but can't be fired. That's right. What kind of school can't fire a teacher. That's too dangerous dangerous to have around dangerous unwanted just bad whatever the reason is. Is that if they're sitting in a room doodling in order they get their paycheck..

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"d._j" Discussed on P.S.A Podcast

P.S.A Podcast

11:32 min | 11 months ago

"d._j" Discussed on P.S.A Podcast

"Is not a joke and if a person control their mind ended dogs doc ultimately able to control their life a natural revaluate justice as i go along and really just ask yourself in even maybe you need to seek god only like what do i have that i can use now some of us lack personality. I am not us. That's y'all some y'all elect personality good morning. Everybody thank you for tuning back in this is episode twenty of season three pushing right on long job. Writing the things is weak. <hes> last week we talked about maturity and last week we also talked about pop is now a note date apparently popeye's than sold out of the sandwich crazy how social media do but it kind of ties in a little bit to what i'm talking about today well. Let's go ahead and get into that. Today's episode is titled the the players club. You know this season. I definitely say can definitely say i've learned about click bait and a lot of stop that and a lot of my titles definitely catered to that so click on the title should make what is he talking about so. Let's get into so what i'm talking about today. The main reas- using what you already have will get you where you need to go and what you need if you let it desperation comes from the movie the players club descent who is going to be trouble trouble which i'm giving to that as we get along today today a goal alone today the other part of inspiration comes from roommates podcast from houston and basically thrive in podcast has there audio and video park has an episode feature coffey anderson which some things that he discussed was the inspiration which was a video posted this week about it but it wasn't things he discussed it. He discussed that i felt was needed to be talked about more needs to be just kinda like expounded bounded upon from my perspective because it was interesting. Stuff is some good information so our you know what time it is story time so let's move on today's story which is <unk>. Don't reinvent the wheel. Ravi was a regular guy who has several known talons. He always knew he was destined for greatness despite what others may have told him he wanted to arapahoe but the issue he was still in school this means he didn't have the money to afford studio time. Despite all of his creative ideas robbie rob van went into somewhat of a depression because of this robbins college however was full of other rappers. D._j.'s in upcoming producer slash beat makers. This means that those people were always around music. Were always in studios. One day. Robbie was hanging out with his friends on the are there were chopping it up up as usual until duke came through passing out flyers now like most dunes you know when flyers come around you wait for the due to leave you. Just kinda thought a fly on the ground how <unk> this flyer karalis is revealed to him. How one of the mega producers in training was looking to collide with local artists then it all finally hit him he he had been overlooking everything the whole time are also lessons from a story so god already gave you what you need it so in this case <unk> <unk> you know miss the wrap supreme we tend to overlook what's already in our hands figuratively and literally and i'm getting to that right but even with robbie he went to a school that was full of these people but he overlooked that he didn't really take into account like you know damn i met a school full of other d._j.'s other rappers while not hit them up and you know with them collab- with them because then i can get my studio time to you know that kind of thing you know we can learn learn to not worry about weather's. Thank you know it was a subtle thing in this one but you know other. He didn't care what people thought about him rapping because it touched on at the beginning like he he just didn't care you know people kind of telling him that he couldn't do it. That's what was a flat so he didn't care about that and also another small theme. That was a don't despise small beginning. Sometimes we get caught up and not wanting to do stuff because we worried about what other people might say ugly may think or how long it's gonna take thank but if you really wanna do something you know you're going to do it before we get into things today. This is not necessarily another talented or so okay. If you remember remember correctly season two episode nineteen twenty the a two part finale of last season i did that about gifts and talents talented. There was two parts so this is not released necessarily a gifted talents episode <unk> expound upon how you know you guys the you so you need to use it. You know what i'm saying. I discussed that inedible saw those episodes two different in this case so first of all this probably the first episode in a long time now that i don't have no definitions crazy. I know however i do want to explain how players kloof falls into this so again. The title is players s club but also is based off the move based off for the movie for one month for razors because if you remember rania tricks <hes> can't remember which one but the one with the blonde hair she told i think it was every year lied to us what you got to give what you oh so. You're probably thinking damn. He tells us to sell our body. No it's now what i'm doing or he'd say he tells us. We should go show our body if a month not as now what i'm saying what i'm saying is you already got what you need in most cases. If you saw the video from coffey anderson when he was talking to the roommates on roommates podcast he made the statement morale. Sometimes we look in about these computers laptops thanks to make our youtube videos or make our sound <hes> not necessarily sound. Maybe remake flyer a use some software all these things but in reality if you having our phone especially enough to date a lot of that stuff come with it and the camera on afon really eight in is great to fill a lot of stuff. I know people who are youtube stars from phones just from cameroon a phone. I got back inside out to cow in gem. Who have the vape box podcast. I need to check that out. They record off they phone and you know the visual visual. Don't look bad actually look decent and that's a phone so a lot of times. We need spent his money on a camera <unk> just from that example alone. You should try which phone oh. I see how they look just saying all right so now. Let's move on to questions that need addressing the first one is what is that we can learn from exotic dance or anyone industry when anyone in our industry ethnic pimps i think of players i think of you know prostitutes. Honestly kinda got the add them into strip triples. You know who else in a category <hes>. I saved prostheses triples anyway yongin <unk> what i'm talking about. They all in the in category even though they out on this i do the same thing. What can you learn from these people. You can learn from these people about hustle hustle in the bad hustle. I'm not talking about hustle today because hustle hustle be another episode but at the same time you can learn about the health so you can learn about they drive. You know not necessarily being a slave to money because i don't want anybody being a slave to money but at the same time if you hustling with for the right reasons with the right goal recalls bone candidate enough second question why why is that we tend to overlook things that we already have sometimes we just don't have the revelation. Sometimes i feel like is a two part thing because sometimes we can intentionally patiently have overlooked or guy can allow us to overlook stuff because he wanted to just hit us later on when it's needed because sometimes if a blessing come to early to be a curse so so have you look into something too soon you might not be ready to use it or whatever and then sometimes we overlook it because we just don't be thanking you know simple. We think that we need audience high by class but sometimes everything we need is right there. You know sometimes even people but i'm getting to that and then the next one why is it that sometimes we overlook people whitten wheaton overlook poop because we don't see the greatness in you know. Sometimes we overlook look johnny down the block a cindy lou who crossed the way because we all ashes sewing so from round away down the block we know them. We know all about them but sometimes we overlook that person as far as being greg great or sometimes kinda like the disney shows. We overlook our future spouse because they've been our friends. They've been in our face for so long. You know what i'm saying great example. If if we look at any disney channel show for my sake proudly late nineties all the way up to early two thousand two thousand seventeen thousand eight maybe fifteen after ten. I really don't know what's is going on so they might be doing the same the narrative but it's always a group of friends like two girls do or vice versa but anyway the main character always fall in love with friends later on maybe france for hellas than all of a sudden they fall in love but they have been overlooking each other the whole time so you you know keep that in the back here we go all right so now riverside back to coffey ensign it was a reference he made to matthew fourteen gene when i think when it was when i think jesus had fed the people with the bread in the fish and he was just saying like granted that was almost vacation but at the same time they had what they needed in a hand the whole time you know even though like i said it was some supernatural added the fish in the brain was already very he he just was multiplied so sometimes will we need is already widows and save a natural jonah reevaluate as i go along day and really just ask joseph and even maybe you need to seek guide only like what do i have that i can use now you need to i figure out what you wanna do which life or whatever they say. What resource do i already already have because you might have more than you think and sometimes it might even be a person that we started in store. It might be somebody else that you've been in your life that you ain't never even thought about our all right okay so let's have some examples of having some in your hand but you ain't necessarily using it so again. I use the youtube example but you don't have a camera say you. I wanna be a chef and you know this guy giving gifts but you know have no business or whatever live you have a phone. You got food at the house. Cook cook up some stuff <unk>. I know the lady. I can't think of her name but the lady always be screaming soft <unk> lady she's making they can kill him from recording stuff at house recording her meals the one that we like hey y'all that one yeah and i'm definitely put her stuff in her too. Because does she do to her house. You know recall herself. Cooking meals say you wanna be a beat mega..

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"d._j" Discussed on Elvis Duran and the Morning Show

Elvis Duran and the Morning Show

03:34 min | 11 months ago

"d._j" Discussed on Elvis Duran and the Morning Show

"There here. It is just it's always kinda made sense as i was kind of guiding myself through life. The music was the way to go and a lotta time. It didn't seem like it was going to work out. You know it wasn't always easy but it was a it always made me feel better so that's that's why i write songs and now my fans get the same effect for my music that i got from songs. It makes me wonder if someone's listening right now who who is living with depression or a._d._h._d. Or the list if they can't write a song if they can't what can they do. Is that outlet that listen to my song the listen to there's got to be an outlet in it. I mean i it makes people feel better in my fans have stories and i'm sure everybody does but like really really in-depth stories of like how the music helped them through from everything from parents divorces to being a like a quadriplegic for years ears and having to work themselves back this from like a bad flu shot. This girl got and stuff like this story isn't true story. These are all i mean do the things that i've i heard like i've written down and the people that i've met never would have expected it. It's it's like a whole 'nother part of it makes it special wow yeah it's more than just a bunch of notes song and words. I mean music lyrics. Oh that's cool what you make. It look easy. I i know that this business is not always easy to challenge is trying to get people to pick up a phone. Sometimes whatever it needs to say hey let me come perform. Whatever but you do make it look so so easy and effortless which i think that your style right i mean. Do you ever like just enjoying myself man. I am i mean this is really not that bad. No it's not like roofing roofing in july. I'm playing two songs and getting to talk to like some super cool. D._j.'s and then a couple not super cool ones. Oh thank you oh. I just wanted to create controversy directly poolside today at the fountain blue loud luxury will be there as well and and we're gonna play your song that boys know. Is it about not only doing your own collaborating with others that energy you get help what is great about them. I mean they they love doing what they do. Man they love like they love doing live performances. I mean they're performers. I didn't know before i got in studio with them but their energy was amazing and you could tell when someone's energy is off and you have to tell immediately in the studio because you have to divide and i played them the i'm not alright thing on guitar and just it's like saying the hook and they were like this our next on all right all right. Let's do it was do this. You know and they're just they're just all about making things happen and i love that so going into a studio i mean we see we don't understand that life. Do you actually show up at midnight. You start singing and writing and you're there until the sun comes up. I mean this visit. These are the stories we hear is that is that what it's like going into studio. Sometimes sometimes it's just a lot of people with a lot of bad ideas sometimes like three people that are like. Let's write a grates on tonight and it doesn't happen and that's when it's like a little bit difficult but when you're fail and with the process of it it's probably kinda fun when something comes out of it every time so bryce bryce fine is with us if you're wondering <hes> what was your first job ever i was a dishwasher and my dad's restaurant real uh-huh. I've been any dish washers out there. What was your second job. <hes> yeah my second job bob was i worked abercrombie and fitch..

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"d._j" Discussed on Back To Back

Back To Back

02:00 min | 11 months ago

"d._j" Discussed on Back To Back

"I think oh absolutely yeah purely because you have less time in order to make things work because everything is close together the high tempo yeah that's always going to bring its own challenges and it's such a technical style of music to there's something about you know the the fact that it's that it's break beads and that you know it doesn't necessarily like house music. You know there's a certain structure right that at at its base level. Everyone is going to follow you know. There's the kick drum. You know how it's gonna sound but german base i mean i guess you could argue. It also has a core rhythmic structure but to me. It's a little more open in terms of you know. If you have some crazy idea you can sort of just go in there and try to make it work yeah so i would say so. It's it's a fun fund platform. It's like an open book of it to me is excited her kucinich having transients very close to each other he we need to be more careful about how a kick drum is differentiated from snap because if the time between them means that's interesting so it's more like a a more complicated puzzle. Yeah i wanna start doing it. It was just kicking the roebuck our window in a different way because it was anti engineered if anything i didn't wanna i enjoy just mike in aggressive sort of attention. Grabbing sounds <hes> walking in a sort of non norman so of a._d._d. Way about about how precise always being known precision i suppose why can i can imagine it and i wanna talk about sort of that transition from project to project but before we even get there <hes> you know we mentioned earlier your early experience going into clubs sort of trainspotting d._j.'s all oh that for anyone who doesn't know this was taking place in the u._k. All right yes and what part of the u._k. Are you from. I was born in north london and <hes> and i've grown up in half each year..

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"d._j" Discussed on Oh No Ross and Carrie

Oh No Ross and Carrie

01:48 min | 11 months ago

"d._j" Discussed on Oh No Ross and Carrie

"Nature of women in your casual relations with them. They wanna pull everything down to their level. This is because woman feels inferior to the male species she we'll go to untold lengths in order to bring a man down to her level and make herself equal. This is the cali force working within her untold lengths like writing thousands sounds of pages of books the menstruation of woman to the forces of nature and because of this cruelty kali herself herself is forced to demand the blood of humans and animals. This is to make up for what she loses monthly. She fights the desperate fight against nature and not winning. She takes her revenge by demanding that all women obey her and seek the equalization of man. She's getting more strengthened status from the ages through which that she lives until possibly one day. Kali may be the leader of all races that is woman might come to the head of the family and leaders of nations sion's. Okay no no ross. You should be alarmed. Man is coming into the era now where he is fighting for his position in the society of races because women and are trying to take their place there have been many matriarchal societies in the history of the earth every time this has happened. There has been major regression as the feminine in principal roles as all sounds a reasonable ooh. Hey kerry yes ross's yes. There's so much literature here can you can you just tell me about a beautiful podcast. Oh yeah there are so many shows that won't make you listened to two passages from colt literature like this one. I'm dave hi. I'm graeme and where to house d._j.'s.

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"d._j" Discussed on WTF with Marc Maron Podcast

WTF with Marc Maron Podcast

04:03 min | 11 months ago

"d._j" Discussed on WTF with Marc Maron Podcast

"That's the that's the worst when you try to be all manly and and you look i'm just gonna break down if you don't mind yeah and then they and then your heart matter how much you try to act tough outside crying. They had a brand tissue. All the dog was looking j just no. I know that you know i know the other ability is something that i always saw his weakness on up on the south side man some tough guys man and i think that's why a lot of black folk will tell you particularly if you re twitter and stuff you you know because even i'm not only thing i'm the world's number one. I always tell people. I'm like that janitor and eric was club. I know yeah yeah yeah retweets yeah yeah so but vulnerability you know and it's linked to emotional expression something a lot of black folk. I think have traditionally been raised to to see weakness because it's tough to like. Go out there. Get the mask all day come home. She'll try try to be some kind of you know mother figuring figuring provider right and then also acknowledged the fact that you are fucking depressed as fuck and you barely guy the bed yesterday right because the kids are crying in the other room. The rain is do do. You can't sit up here and do that. You can't feel sorry for yourself but obviously that leads to some emotional distraction you know even in myself and i'm one of the lucky ones okay from nuclear family. Everything was there again. We were talking about that with my women like i did not realize level of emotional damage that i had right and it was it was devastating. Yeah i had to just had to be honest about how fucked up. I was and that is something i never thought i would have to do. It's nice to it's nice on the other side of it that for so long lasting you get to breathe now so tell me like let's just talk about the show. No we've talked about certainly about the south side but german showcase no because i watch episode that now the whole thing is around that show it's around this morning. Show ya'll says which i love is is he says if you know thirty rock took place at sinai live sherman showcase takes place assaults l. train now. We don't just use so train with us like a lot of t._v. Shows american bandstand burt sugarman midnight special and you. I never seen that the to his credit. Credit used to get these little late at night watching the infomercials for berkshire midnight specials and then he bought them. I watched them all yeah. I can't remember when i was a kid because he was like he would sit there and talk. I barely know v._h._s. in the early two thousands i it'll be the d._v._d.'s at that point. <hes> so it's sort of that kind of raw showcase love music y'all d._j.'s. I'd seeing you know we both played instruments. <hes> we've always loved music. We've always been strongly in the music. We were fallon. We did all the musical bits. We wrote <hes> the slowdown in the news at obama we we're the guys who did the the history of wraps and even with stephen colbert came on friday we produced. We were always with a musical guy and say working with the roots. That's gotta be great. My god working with quest love you know every now and then you meet somebody and you go man. I hope this person is this way and then they are. I think this week i man you know there's business so when i was at foul i will say that whole thing about don't meet your heroes a so yeah so many people. I'm like hey guys. You can't even do anything like motherfuckers will embarrass you in front of the rest of the yeah the room full of people now you can do just eat that shit. No of course love is the fight about quest. Love is like he isn't hurt and in the greatest way in that when i say nerd i mean somebody who has tremendous interests are unafraid to purdue them without anybody making fun. They don't give a fuck. They loved undesired dragons or sheriff's star wars inquest loves cases music yeah and so quest love and nine mostly those two would the talking about music like.

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"d._j" Discussed on Elvis Duran and the Morning Show

Elvis Duran and the Morning Show

03:59 min | 1 year ago

"d._j" Discussed on Elvis Duran and the Morning Show

"Music. Which is you know. It's like where all musician it's like. They're hogwarts yeah right so i and then i met my producer there here. It is just it's always kinda made sense as i was kind of guiding myself through life. The music was the way to go and a lotta time. It didn't seem like it was going to work out. You know it wasn't always easy but it was a it always made me feel better so that's that's why i write songs and now my fans get the same effect for my music that i got from songs. It makes me wonder if someone's listening right now who who is living with depression or a._d._h._d. Or the list if they can't write a song if they can't what can they do. Is that outlet that listen to my song yeah listen to. There's got to be an outlet in it. I mean i it makes people feel better in my fans have stories and i'm sure everybody does but like really really in-depth stories of like how the music helped them through from everything from parents divorces to being a like a quadriplegic for years ears and having to work themselves back this from like a bad flu shot. This girl got and stuff like this story isn't true story. These are all i mean do the things that i've i heard like i've written down and the people that i've met never would have expected it. It's it's like a whole 'nother part of it makes it special wow yeah it's more than just a bunch of notes song and words. I mean music lyrics. Oh that's cool what you make. It look easy. I i know that this business is not always easy to challenge is trying to get people to pick up a phone. Sometimes whatever it needs to say hey let me come perform. Whatever but you do make it look so so easy and effortless which i think that your style right i mean. Do you ever like just enjoying myself man. I am i mean this is really not that bad. No it's not like roofing roofing in july. I'm playing two songs and getting to talk to like some super cool. D._j.'s and then a couple not super cool ones. Oh thank you oh. I just wanted to create controversy directly poolside today at the fountain blue loud luxury will be there as well and and we're gonna play your song the boys know. Is it about not only doing your own collaborating with others that energy you get help what is great about them. I mean they they love doing what they do. Man they love like they love doing live performances. I mean they're performers. I didn't know before i got in studio with them but their energy was amazing you know and you could tell when someone's energy is off and you have to tell immediately in the studio because you have to divide and i played them the i'm not alright thing on guitar and just it's like saying the hook and they were like this our next on all right all right. Let's do it was do this. You know and they're just they're just all about making things happen and i love that so going into a studio i mean we see we don't understand that life. Do you actually show up at midnight. You start singing and writing and you're there until the sun comes up. I mean this visit. These are the stories we hear is that is that what it's like going into studio. Sometimes sometimes it's just a lot of people with a lot of bad ideas sometimes like three people that are like. Let's write a grates on tonight and it doesn't happen and that's when it's like a little bit difficult but when you're fail and with the process of it it's probably kinda fun when something comes out of it every time so bryce bryce fine is with us if you're wondering <hes> what was your first job ever i was a dishwasher and my dad's restaurant real uh-huh. I've been any dish washers out there. What was your second job. <hes> yeah my second job bob was i worked abercrombie and fitch. Where were you role models with your shirt off outside spain people one of the elite never had that kind of calm coke spoke to cologne boy they didn't they worked in the bag right at the corner lift driver..

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"d._j" Discussed on GOLF.com Podcast

GOLF.com Podcast

13:00 min | 1 year ago

"d._j" Discussed on GOLF.com Podcast

"Testing all the other aspect having Whitman where you would which I mean <unk>. Those are some of these guys hitting three hundred yard three woods. I mean we we only see them testing the driver only at random events in I've heard that the U._S. G._I.'s disallowed onside at tour events but they're only there handful of times during the year. They're only testing equipment that has actually on the trucks going through drawers it doesn't they're not testing any of the stuff that's being played from week to week side leaving a huge component out here if you're not gonNA gear that's being used what what does it matter if a driver head on a truck yeah ends up being non-conforming exactly right so it'll you know we'll see how this plays out throughout the rest of this year and hopefully we won't have anymore non-conforming equipment <hes> come up in events and nobody else has to go through that but <hes> you know see how it plays out since we're going from driver testing. Let's go into Essen driveshafts right. We talked a little bit about it last week. Doesn't Johnson Johnson spent the first couple of days Memphis conducting some driver testing. I heard that it was upwards of five to six shafts that he was testing ultimately stayed but that Fuji Career Event this prototype that he's been using up but let's try and just go into what what a dozen Johnson driver test. It looks like so he's got Keesa. Barbro tailor-made headed to her there Keith in D._J.. Or very tight he knows everything about D._J.'s game. You've got they've worked together for how how long I mean. It feels like eons. I mean ever since D._J.'s been been out on tour. I mean Keith was the guy who who kinda found digit right and Dan so you've got. You've got Keith. You've also got all these different shaft reps that know everything under the sun about their product. You've got launched. Monitors doesn't Johnson Johnson is is I mean he knows everything about <hes> <hes> these are all the rejects that after you know they may have been swung twice by marquee player and didn't make the cut. How does it apply to the regular player? That's a great question you know shaft testing it's complicated. You've got a lot of feel in there. <hes> there's something called IAE profile which breaks down the way what is what is yeah. I was so e profiles looking up. How flexible is the shaft in the Butt Section House flexible as it in the mid section? How flexible is it in the tip section and they kind of do it? On a scale I want to five with five being the most Steph one being the most flexible and what it does is it. It's a uniform way to test the shaft to see the overall performance profile fall of where it's bending the most and how much it's bending in that section the idea being that if you hit of specific shaft really really well and it has a specific IAE profile or signature pitcher that other shafts that have a similar yacht profiler signature will probably be a good match for your swing shaft fitting is not as perfect a science science as club head fitting with club had fitting. I can pretty much profile. All of these different club heads to say this one usually does this this this and this and it doesn't matter what players players we tested in if a if a club has draw biased or fade biased or low spin or high spin or high launching low launching. It's GonNa perform that way for all players is that tested we get into the house gets into a little bit of gray area and that's because every player has a little different release pattern. One thing that I think's worth mentioning is is the misconception for higher handicaps that they swing differently every single time right and that's actually entirely false. If you look at the path of their club coming into the the ball the speed of the club had most of those variables actually aren't changing the variable that is is where they're hitting it on the face and whether the faces square open or closed <hes> so so getting back into the whole shaft testing idea for amateurs I think first and foremost have access to some analytical tool some kind of quantitative machine attract man Hannah foresight Kuwata any sort of launch monitor flight scope. They have the new me Vo unit which is little four hundred dollar hand held unit love that yeah I mean right for the average Golfer I wouldn't tour players necessarily with it but but for the average golfer the average that needs that needs just a little bit of metrics they need something beyond just is there ball flat you know seeing their ball flight so taking a data driven approach I think is you know we live in a data driven world. <hes> obviously look look and feel and all that stuff is very important but if it's not giving you the performance numbers that you need you're gonNA fall out of love with that club very quickly or that Chaffetz so you you mentioned launch monitors. There are a bunch of numbers that are being spit at you and I think for mid handicapper may be hasn't been through of a full driver shaft sitting before it can be intimidating. It's very intimidating down to just three right. What what are the three numbers? If you're going going to be done at as you're testing shafts were two three numbers. This is this is pretty well known for for folks that are you know into equipment but ball speed launching spin those are kind of always is your your main numbers that you look for but then you can get into the weeds a little bit about okay. What's the most important one <hes> I feel that ball speeds really the most important ball speed tells you the potential of a club <hes>? Maybe you're not launching it through the right window. Maybe the spin is not optimal but if you're getting better ball speed with a similar loft to all of the other products that are available it tells you that where you're impacting the ball on the face is closer to the center of mass you know in in you're getting the most ball all speed out of that club <hes> that it's just a good match for the way that you swing the club in where you hit the ball on the face of the club so I always look at ball speed is kind of priority one <hes> and then it becomes kind of this unique little <hes> it really depends upon each player when you're talking about emphasizing launch or spin one thing thing that's interesting to note is it's not a one-size-fits-all approach you get amateur golfers that here these numbers on TV launched at twelve and a half degrees at twenty two hundred. They think that that's optimal for them. It's it's not it's kind of a sliding scale based upon the speed of the ball so for folks that produce lower ball speeds as which means lower clubheads feeds they need the launch at higher with more spin what launch angles thirteen fourteen fifteen sixteen all the way up to seventeen potentially Ashley spin rates in the mid two thousand all the way possibly even up to the higher to thousands <hes> not very many players I've ever worked with <hes> produce. She no three thousand spin rates or higher and have much success with the driver so you usually want to keep it below three but you know what's more important for the player is the spin rate good but the launch angle is wrong or vice versa and that's where you're going to use that information to differentiate between what's most important now now. That's just the new miracle side of this General Rules of thumb if your launches and spins are too high in your ball flights too high and you're you're not getting any role you would probably want to go with a little stiffer shafts right or a little heavier you could do either one heavier or stiffer which is which is the better when that you'd I try well if you're dispersions pretty good so if you're hitting it pretty consistently I wouldn't change the flax I would probably just go a little heavier okay. If you're dispersions a bit all over the place and your spins are high in your ball flights too high then I would probably go with the flex <hes> so dispersion plays in a lot to the flex of the shaft. That's optimal for each player in dispersion we we should note for people that aren't kind of in tune tune with with the beginner jargon is left Ri- our how tight how tight or your Mrs basically the consistency of actress yeah. We're Shibale ending up yeah. Where's so if you aim down? The middle of the fairway is the average ball landing in the middle of failures at ending urs landing right of the centerline and then based upon John Okay. Maybe your average is ten yards right of center. What's the most left you hit it and what's the most right you hit it right so looking at that overall cone of how far left and how far right you're capable of hitting this club? Oh I can definitely get away for of right. Let me tell you that far far enough to where it's off of the metric pacman screen so <hes> we may have to get you in here on Friday since I'm in town and put you through your paces and maybe we can share with some of our listeners what that experience is like. Have you ever been through a brand agnostic fitting I I've been through a fitting before but but it wasn't brand agnostic which is really exciting. I think this is this'll be fun for me to get in here. I need a fitting to see if by gear I've kind of been playing the same stuff for a while so we'll have to make that happen on Friday but but getting back to the shaft selection for Amateur Golfers <hes> if the ball's going a little too low and it's running too much it's not getting much carry may be used to aimed over a certain bunker and now all of a sudden. It's not carrying that bunker anymore. It's falling out the sky that will soon. That's indicative of something. That's going a little low with too much spin in that case. You'RE GONNA WANNA WANNA go with softer flex or lighter weight so you know looking back on on general I hate to generalize when you're talking about club fitting eating because we always find these outliers they're always going to be out and the reason for that is based upon the way that a player swings the club every golf swings a bit unique specifically the pattern of the way they release their hands so you get a guy like Sergio who increases his wrist hinge on the way down he puts a lot more force into that shaft daft way down then somebody doesn't increase their wrist hinge lot <hes> so what I would guide people always to buy us as ball speed. Try to figure out the launch kitchen spin. That's optimal <unk> which was a higher priority for you based upon your swing. Obviously you want something. That feels good so you WanNa make sure that when at impact pack it feels solid and then one of the most important things is what is your tightest pattern K.. So everybody gets caught up in this distance game of hitting it long long long long all the time. If I hit one ball out of twenty three hundred twenty yards and all the other ones are to sixty in offline. That's not a very effective driver for me so so look for the driver that has the tightest pattern the most consistent maybe fades twenty yards but it fades twenty yards every single time you can count on it <hes> and if the ball speed the launch and the spinner optimal in your getting specific profile to a ball flight that's appearing very regularly and you can count on that ball fight. That's probably a good selection for you. <hes> so bias ball speed look at launch and spin in them look at the overall pattern and how consistent it is <hes> and then obviously interject you know your own personal final feelings of of how a shop should feel. Maybe graphics Earth thing for you. You know I'm not a big person on shaft graphics is just window-dressing to me but I'm looking more function than I am for aesthetics but hopefully that helps a few folks out there was you're trying to figure out what shaft is best for you. <hes> <hes> you know there are a lot of golf shots available out there. There are a lot of shafts that are similar and then you have some that are on different sides of the spectrum so I would advise getting in front of a P._J.. Professional national somebody that really knows this stuff. <hes> in understands the differences in the way that shafts are made <hes>.

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"d._j" Discussed on Back To Back

Back To Back

03:17 min | 1 year ago

"d._j" Discussed on Back To Back

"It was a feeling <hes> so I I just I also played basketball so add some scholarships to the states but also there. I also had a feeling when I went to the states. I felt like a number her. I felt like Your Business and from Canada where I'm were super naive you know is not a business so much so when I realized that I was like this is not what also what I WANNA do <hes> so I then I looked at Montreal which I went to visit for a rave and I felt very free. There felt European. I felt more connected to it so I <hes> I went to McGill University. I started <hes> 'cause studied computer science and management <hes> and I graduated and then a in that process process I became a a D._J.. Right and so I'm curious in that time period. What did you think you're going to do like do? was there anything in the back of your mind that music could be a career at that point or or were you just focused on the school and music was kind of like a hobby at that point raving was a pretty it was a really serious hobby for me in university even <hes> I didn't really know I <hes> <hes> I think my parent's plan to seed with the reel to reel when I was like four years old and I was playing you know playing with my mom's needles and turning my dad's turntable when because everything was off you know the only way to make record lyric <hes> so the seas were planted there and <hes> I somehow also manifested that if I work hard that I will achieve anything so I I worked hard at music. Is that something <hes> your parents taught you in any capacity. This is what they're again. Middle Class or my dad had different businesses to to support the family. I think that will instill that from my dad. My Dad was always like working hard and so that Kinda got it passed down to me <hes> but we're now I would like to manifest that I would like to work hard on different capacity. You know not so. I'm like my hands are tired right. I'd like to enjoy life to not. We're not working all the time but also working on purpose driven an impact social impact yeah I it's something I find really interesting about anyone. I I mean kind of in the entertainment industry in general but specifically D._J.'s musicians you know I think a lot of us came to this because we it didn't want set hours. You know we wanted to be independent. We didn't want to have a boss necessarily but then ironically we all end up working a lot harder than we would have otherwise in like as a set office framework framework it is but it's <hes> if it's your passion. Does it feel like work well. That's the that's the thing right and you're no it doesn't which is why I think we can throw ourselves into it so much but then we get into this other interesting question of when your your work becomes your play and your play becomes your work sort of how do you keep those lines from just dissolving and I guess now we're back to how do you take care of yourself. I mean for you outside of the Meditation Tation and <hes> you know sort of the morning practices and rituals..

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"d._j" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

01:57 min | 1 year ago

"d._j" Discussed on KCRW

"Ever wandering never lost this is eighty nine point nine k._c._r._w. or you can listen or you are listening worldwide via k._c._r._w. dot com if you do not know ready you should and could and just should download the free and easy k._c._r._w. app you can listen live on the go anywhere you are around the planet or you can listen back to the archives of anybody here In the most recent shows. beneath this year the whiskey she'd barons go with their do. remix Away. of who's still bettencourt the song's called catania find your records releasing this This time with. And then, before that, surround? Conduit that beautiful edit Gives that sees. has pretty much been in heavy rotation. since he he dropped edit Those if you do not third. know concave he's a beast oh when it comes this house to d._j. to stay super beautiful and home rare disco and just she go related goes house away music and so much more than that as well just to an amazing ear No, and no. an amazing touch on the turntables as well calling Doing the one what? and only from east coast representing representing heavily we're also going Unknowing to be airing the world debut one. of his new collaboration with ben west beaches well Hey. the world radio debut for that coming up later in Casino, the show sunshine cheese. Maybe. Ain't no sunshine when she. and this house just stay home She goes through. Chico with you..

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"d._j" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

02:32 min | 2 years ago

"d._j" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"Wanna put my game plan out there for everybody, to see it and read it and teams can scheme Just doesn't make sense you know, so I appreciate it Jason, county anchoring the offensive line during practice today number key offensive contributors, missed significant practice time during the preseason due, to injury says the expectations, of the Super, Bowl champs one name the same way the NFL go and we're not going to, be able to sit back here for weeks from now have somebody out. Of the lineup and be able to make an. Excuse the reality is that you're still expected to win you're still expected to go out there and perform. One of the beautiful things that we did last year plenty of. Guys go down and we all still maintained our, job whoever was stepped up and got the job done. And that's. What winning teams do meanwhile the eagles form that initial ten player practice squad today running back and local product josh adams fan favorite is their quarterback devante balls being among the notable names on the squad the eagles made their fifty three man roster official yesterday now the team also improves special teams by claiming linebacker d._j. alexander off waivers from seattle he was a twenty sixteen pro bowl selection to baseball now affiliates wrapping up their series against the cubs down at the bank afternoon they began the day three games behind atlanta in the national league east race aaron nola got moved up to get the start he is in the middle of messiah young conversation right now now known started out strong stuck out six cubs in a row because the first three innings he would go on to record eleven strikeouts this is when things start to unravel later in the third daniel murphy the homer to right field that'll put the cubs on the board i fall All is gone in the. Fourth Anthony Rizzo tacking on yet another run for the cubs with a Homer. To center this time and more trouble for Nolan. The six heavier bias blast and one to center for res. Solo home runs fourth, Ron would score ending Knowle's day offense the Phillies so they'll drop the game and the series eight one was the. Final today the Braves won so the Phillies are now four, games back, up next we have a six game road trip starting in Miami. Tomorrow afternoon Governor tonight in zone what has. Gotten in Doug. Peterson lately he's become very feisty and yes the. Phillies, in a downward spiral they haven't won a series in a month Sports radio ninety four. WBZ's Martha, Harrison joining me tonight after the. Late latent over on CBS three all right Thank you, so, much, host still ahead the Cup mix up stirring up confusion in.

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"d._j" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk

WBT Charlotte News Talk

01:33 min | 2 years ago

"d._j" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk

"South coast tax the university of maryland has apologized to the family of a football player who died after a team workout a._b._c.'s christie macintyre reports from baltimore school president wallace low says the university accepts all responsibility the university assess legal and moral responsibility for the mistakes that are training staff made on that faithful workout day may twenty ninth student athlete jordan mcnair was hospitalized after a team workout in died two weeks later since then head coach d._j. durkan and other football staff have been placed on administrative leave head conditioning coach record has been fired president lo said they're conducting an independent review of the allegations of a toxic culture in the football program christie mcintyre a._b._c. news baltimore is a name to ghetto to work at a men's health clinic in a saint louis suburb a._b._c.'s richard cantu explains administrations from both parties have you this constitutional requirement with respect and reverence it deserves but the trump Administration and we're not gonna have that piece right now but the Royal Bank of Scotland will. Pay four, point nine billion dollar fine to. Settle allegations at misrepresented the types of mortgages it sold to investors during the housing bubble that ultimately. Led to the two thousand eight financial crisis stocks for banks retailers and smaller companies rallied helping the market recovered most of its. Losses from the previous two days the Dow gained a hundred twelve points the SMP client. Eighteen this, is ABC news Don't sleep on today there's. A world to conquer..

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"d._j" Discussed on 850 WFTL

850 WFTL

01:33 min | 2 years ago

"d._j" Discussed on 850 WFTL

"Coast tax the university of maryland has apologized to the family of a football player who died after a team workout a._b._c.'s christie macintyre reports from baltimore school president wallace low says the university accepts all responsibility that university assess legal and moral responsibility for the mistakes that are training staff made on that fateful workout day may twenty nine student athlete jordan mcnair was hospitalized after a team workout in died two weeks later since then head coach d._j. durkan and other football staff have been placed on administrative leave head conditioning coach record has been fired president low said they're conducting an independent review of the allegations of a toxic culture in the football program christie mcintyre a._b._c. news baltimore is a name to ghetto to work at a men's health clinic in a saint louis suburb a._b._c.'s richard cantu explains administrations from both parties have you this constitutional requirement with respect and reverence it deserves but the trump Administration and we're not gonna have that piece, right now but the Royal Bank of Scotland will pay. Four point, nine billion dollar fine to settle. Allegations that misrepresented the types of mortgages it sold to investors during the housing bubble that ultimately led. To the two thousand eight financial crisis stocks for banks retailers and smaller companies rallied helping the market recovered most of its losses. From the previous two days the Dow gained a hundred and twelve points the SMP kind. Eighteen this, is ABC news Don't sleep on today there's. A world to conquer..

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"d._j" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:58 min | 2 years ago

"d._j" Discussed on KOMO

"Forty. Three by south coast tax the university of maryland has apologized to the family of a football player who died after a team workout a._b._c.'s christie macintyre reports from baltimore school president wallace low says the university accepts all responsibility that university assets legal and moral responsibility for the mistakes that are training staff make on that fateful workout day may twenty nine student athlete jordan mcnair was hospitalized after a team workout in died two weeks later since then head coach d._j. durkan and other football staff have been placed on administrative leave head conditioning coach record has been fired president lo said they're conducting an independent review of the allegations of a toxic culture in the football program christie mcintyre a._b._c. news baltimore is a name to ghetto to work at a men's health clinic in a saint louis suburb a._b._c.'s richard cantu explains administrations from both parties have you this constitutional requirement with the respect and reverence it deserves but the trump Administration and we're not gonna have that piece right now but the Royal Bank. Of Scotland, will pay four point nine billion. Dollar fine to settle misrepresented the types of mortgages it sold to investors during the housing bubble that. Ultimately led to the two thousand eight financial crisis stocks for banks retailers and smaller companies rallied helping the market recover most of. Its losses from the previous two days the Dow gained one hundred twelve points the SNP client eighteen this, is ABC news KOMO AAA traffic every. Ten minutes on the fours and the construction continues around the Puget. Sound area and there's a. Little bit of a slowdown on northbound, I, five in Seattle three right lanes are closed from. The ship canal bridge to Rivera. Overnight and southbound I five, two right lanes are closed from, I ninety two Albro place seatac area northbound I, five three right lanes are closed from about south one, eighty eight up to just past four..

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