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"dan farkas" Discussed on $6.99 Per Pound
"Me up. There's a guy named Dan Farkas who's here tonight he were you at Dan Music Editor on Warriors The music supervisor for warriors and so I had I had a song that that was on an Hbo so-called the night off which is amazing and and and he was part of that he was part of making that part of the show and and his daughter's just happened to the songs and he contacted me yeah and we and we touch stuff and then like when he got this opportunity with boyer like they were looking for Chinese music and he's like you know what I think he's Chinese so so like I got an email from the company not not from him but I found out it came from him. You know what I mean and then like and then so I put it up on facebook like who do I know this Chinese wraps and can turn around like next week. You know what I mean. People came through and like it turned into something you know what they ended up getting like three songs on the first season as crazy so I mean like dot com ties into connections like you don't know people that you know vouching for you or people of people that you know you know what I'm saying so I mean creating that network is just so valuable depor so I hope there's up and coming musicians or anybody doesn't make films like nature. You shout out Holla Chops when we're don't don't say it's all about connections is good now. I'm sure you get. DM's now or maybe cassette still who knows who stands out to you we know through music or it can be through just like they're genuine spirit from Jay from I'm forgetting the name now man. They're not. I'm John Bland Cups. I about that hypothetical. You know what's crazy is like there's so many artists now making especially hip hop that it just don't now and it's it's like again. It's totally totally different like there's people there's there's there's an account that I follow on instagram that just features new Asian rappers and there's new ones that I've never heard of every day and they're all though it's crazy because back then it was us and like like to other people you know what I mean and and it's and it's also you know there's. There's definitely some people that that I'm digging that I'm getting the chance to work with all I wanted to mention the strengthen like we had a project compilation similar to virtuosity which was all Asian American musicians twenty thirteen so it's been a while but it was it was a collection of all the people that like I was watching on Youtube and like and I reached out to whoever ver I thought it was dope and I was like you know my name is jobs. I had a group called Mount Brothers and like I would love to chance to work on something with you and like and it was a project that I was really proud of Jaiqi was part of the actually and and I'm hoping that we did might end up on there. There's a so on that flakes texted him might end up on and and hope and so you'll get a cuff of that yeah okay. Let's talk after two zero one of my favorite that you said you know like helping or whatever but like one of my favorite things to do is cut somebody there check man with that. It was like it wasn't like one of those phone calls is yeah. I'll take care of you. Here's here's the paperwork you'll make sure you signed. Is Your Washer BMI wisher like you like all these publishing situation. I was like Joe Shea Bullshit like I co- you know so that was another lesson for me like that was Joel meals. I like so you know even in the music industry that oftentimes like a lot of that thing kind of falls into this gray area where people just kinda doing home favors. You know what I'm saying like that hat experience made me realize I like everything paperwork. I like things to be official man and then also when when I present music to people that like officially work on television shows I need everything to be correct. Paperwork has to be straight line and and people need to get their royalties and their and their check correct and all that stuff and it's work work and its like does part of it that people don't always talk about it. They talk about the fun stuff. They get a talk about getting a famous people and stuff like that but like you know spend time like put spreadsheets together like eating famous people doesn't get you a bag bro knows at the end of the day is about those. Xl Sheet in writing those invoices bag is so do you have advice for maybe like an up and coming music producer who might be really green and naive and it's like Oh my God he's so famous and he I get to work with him and might be doing the suffer no work like if they're trying to go about protecting themselves like what are some resources that they can google. Maybe I mean I definitely like encourage like learning and like but one thing that I I will say is I we we were we were younger. We read up everything we could about the industry about and I know a little bit too much about this stuff and back then I knew way too much about it because I wasn't ready and like I was like we like those thing and hip hop especially underground hip hop that was like the industry is GonNa fuck us off and you have to take awesome lapse here and there you know what I mean to to get to the next level to get to the next stage and like sometimes being ignorant of that stuff is helpful to you because you can get ahead and you can could reach a certain goal but like for me if I'm if I'm dealing with somebody. I'M NOT GONNA. I'M NOT GONNA try to have somebody be naive and take advantage of them but like like sometimes that's that's useful sometimes or like doing stuff like you said Homey. Favors like sometimes is useful like if you've got somebody that's like on your level or just above your level and you feel like you can help each other kind of climb like do that. Shit I mean but like to add onto your point. I think is kind of like being in a relationship man. You GotTa get dumped few times to go to know was good. You don't know like I like you know if you're you're like I just showed. He's like like you know what I'm saying like. She's I think she's GonNa leave me about like two days or make. Maybe I should cut her off before that. You know what I mean so yeah on that note has has known do it on that note. Where are you going to talk about this new project? You got coming up. Is it out yet or where is it no way it's coming and it's this kind of sprouted from the warriors situation. There's there's a brother that I know a for many years just through email and stuff. His name is Dana Showtime Burton. He's from Detroit about twenty years ago. He moved to China and he started having rap battles in China when there was like barely hip hop at all right there was like clubs they played Michael Jackson and that was hip hop night. You know what I mean so you're picturing. This is again again. This is twenty years ago like in China so it's like back aways you know and so he's been doing that for twenty years and and he became established as the go-to people for Hip Hop China a lot of the established rappers there came up through his battles iron Mike it's called and and and as a result of us kind of coming together and working on some stuff to submit four warrior we just kind of would dig in what was happening right so we have like an album's worth of stuff almost and we're just going to finish that up and we're finding a way to put it out and you don't we're talking to the biggest talents or people coming out Ashton. I mean it's not necessarily like the biggest but like people that we feel are talented in you know and like kind of rock with us and and people that have like respect and in the hip hop scene and sometimes that's two different things like sometimes there's there's people that have underground rap or have the.
"dan farkas" Discussed on Ohio Today radio
"Dan farkas and ron pittman are the best professors ever seriously leverage them and their experience but enough of that. Let's talk about the good stuff. That german placement test you took is wrong. You are not prepared for the four hundred level class so just accept the truth and go oh down to the two hundred level. Stop fighting it. Stay away from goodfellas. I don't care how much you wanted. After a night out. Just avoid it on the thing note. Shadley hardly dining hall will give you the shits sorry but just watch out you and alden library will become good friends that bathroom perfect placement on your welcome jeff hill will give you good looking gluts. Enjoy the money you can. They will not stay there for long bagel street. Deadliest heaven eat it. Daily just walked jeff hill after study hard. It pays off lastly have fun relax. You have time to let your taipei freak flag fly after college. Just go to that movie or that event with friends. You will cherish that time when you look back on college and don't sweat the world it isn't as bad as you think it is and guess what there are bob cats there to greet you on the other side in fact their bob cuts everywhere just waiting to help guide you and cheer you on what they say is true. It's not for years. It's for life. Thanks kate for your letter really appreciate appreciate you sharing it and taking the time to write it in the first place <hes>. It sounds like it took you a little time really to kind of come around and fall in love with a high university. What was it that that kind of finally made you come around so yeah. It's funny when i i can't campus. I think they have their reaction. Most people did driving in but wow what a beautiful campus reagan huge jessica and as soon as i stopped on campus i immediately fell in love but i think make reality starts to set in you know once your parents start to drive away and you get thrown into the whirlwind classes and all the opportunities on campus to get involved involved in so i think they just got really overwhelmed. I you know i think for a lot of people that that transition from high school to college is a little bit tougher than they think <hes> they. They see college on t._v. As being this fun awesome place and that's not always reality rate because you're trying to manage figuring out what you're going to do with the rest of your life while while making new friends maybe having transitions with friends in high school and kind of where that also so. I don't know if there's one certain thing that you know kinda turned the needle for me <music> or if it wasn't just you.
"dan farkas" Discussed on First Take
"Show. Attention later. Thank you. Victor. Avenue with us. Again, welcome to law now, but it's been a rough mortem. All right. Then I'm into Ohio state's board of trustees is meeting with investigators this morning to determine the punishment that they will impose on urban Meyer. Another head coach and hot water is JIMBO Fisher. According to USA today. Former Texas am linebacker. Santino Marcial said Fisher staff committed multiple NCW violations in his first off season with the aggies. Marshall had signed to play under former coach Kevin Sunlen and has since left the program max. Let me ask you. This is in wrong for us to be jumping to conclusions here with these coaches without having all the facts. It is. It's our job to comment on the news and to give our opinions and in and not just on an opinion show, but even on a show that's just bringing you the news. This does make the news. It is relevant and there will be commentary on it, but there's seems to me to be generally a presumption of guilt in the media that we think that if they're smoke, there should be fire. I think that may be human nature and and frequently we must discuss these things before we have access to all the facts. It looked bad for urban Meyer. It didn't look quite as bad as time went on. If what he was guilty of in fact was lying to the media because that's not a firearm. If he did the right thing as it turns out as the facts come out, we say, no, you know what? He brought that to the proper authorities at cetera. Keeping the guy on the staff when he if he knew about certain things at certain points is what the what the smoke seemed to be about. But if there are more facts that come out that help explain that, then guess we rush, rush to judgment a little soon. Even as we were careful to say, look, we don't have all the facts yet, but poi- this looks bad. Generally when these things come out, it looks bad. And I think the same thing with a with an accusation against any college coach, especially from a kid who maybe wants to transfer and start making starts making accusations. It's early to jump on the coaches. They see they're doing something wrong. It sure looks like they're doing something wrong before we get the information. And this happens not just in the sports news cycle. This happens in new cycles. Generally, maybe inevitably, because it is news and because people want to see. Want to hear what some, what, what the people on the TV think about it? What the what the opinion ists have to say. I think it is. I think structurally were set up to presume guilt. I think you're wrong. And the reason why I think you're wrong is because what you alluded to in terms of a bottom line perspective is the element of fairness and the fact that the matter is that we live in a system, particularly in the world of sports, specifically collegiate sports where fairness is not according to the student athlete. So why the hell should it be accorded to the men who oversee them and has purview over them? That's where I stand with this. Let me be very, very clear in no way should urban Meyer be perceived as somebody who committed domestic violence that would be the coach. And a lot of times when people are ready, the rain terror down upon that individual in charge, you act like he is the one who committed the crime. So. So much so that the person who actually did it doesn't get the level of vitriol. They deserve, obviously was not the case with Jerry Sandusky of Pennsylvania. The serial pedophile spend the rest of his life hopefully under a Dan jail, not not just in jail, but when Joe paternal guide heat for that, it was because he's Joe Paterno. He's the face of Penn State, and this man had an office on campus that he was essentially using the recruit kids that he ultimately molested. All right. So we got a problem near, but in this particular case would urban Meyer. We are not aware of what he knows or what he knew what he did not new. We're not aware of who he reported to what, what information he devotes, etc. Etc. We're trying to find all of that out. JIMBO Fisher, Texas am the athlete that's transferring that appears to be schooling, dining out that a few hundred dollars was given the him and recruiting violations may have taken place, whatever the case may be. Here's my point. The student athlete buying law is victimized by the institutions. There's a academic skin. There was an academic scandal at North Carolina. We heard about students that ultimately pay a price for that. We don't know what really, really happened with the program. I mean, it's not something we talk about is what I mean. You have situations where constantly, Tom, and Tom again, if a kid gets in trouble, if a professional athlete get in trouble, this do his face is marked on TV, but a coach gets in trouble. This coach got us suspended this coach, and that's what I'm saying. So I'm not saying that you ignore the facts. I'm not saying that you don't dictate formation. What I'm doing is using your word max. The optics matter, particularly when it comes to people in charge because it's not always about what is it's about how things look. And if it's applicable to the athlete issue, basically they voted their under mental philosophical difference. You and I have, and it comes. It's come up before. With a racial component when we were talking about the process in Philly, and your primary objection seemed to me to be that a an African American GM could never get away with it in my response about the process right about the process tanking for so long. And so that's in a way that's kind of white privilege. Yes, and my point and this goes, I guess, for white privilege or in this case for. Coaches or administrators rush to judgment for them. When you're saying, wait a minute, we rushed to judge the athletes. We should rush to judge everyone. My point is the same as it relates to white privilege. It's not that that white people should say, you know what? Other people are debased in treated shabbily therefore we should relinquish respect. No, it is that white people in Mong. Others should insist on everyone being respected everyone having that so-called privilege might we disagree there. Do you want to apply that to the GM in Philly? Due to the process in Philly that if an African American GM couldn't have done that, but the process itself is effective that my problem is not that a white GM is doing it instead an African-American GM doesn't have that in his disposal. That doesn't mean I stripped the white GM from that ability to do it. Similarly here, if athletes are judged on fairly or there's a rush to judgment, I wouldn't say, therefore, we rushed to judge everyone. I would say we shouldn't rush to judge anyone. All I'm saying to you is that if if if haute a form of judgement is established, a standard is established, then it should be applicable. Everybody I say, changes to all right. Let's just leave it on that. You guys you guys, no problem perfectly sports in right now at the college. Adrian Peterson is looking to have an immediate impact in Washington, and he's already impressing those their head coach, Jay Gruden called Peterson physical freak after what he saw from him in practice yesterday the Thirty-three-year-old who didn't do much in your Orleans then was traded tourism. Last season was asked about what. He likes about his new team. I've always been a fan of doll, this align know, treat Williams, good friend of mine. We have a business together in Texas and always talked about planned behind a good office in line. I know my last couple of years. Kinda struggled struggled in department. There are plenty of Adrian Peterson doubters out there since thirty three, you know, career low in in yards per carry last year. You ignore that or do you use it as fuel to to keep you in the kind of shape that you're in? You know. It is shows me, people don't really know about football. Because I feel like people that know the game football. They know different situations a player might be. And so when people go back and say, oh two point, four yards a carry. A lot that contribute to that as well. Get you back to. I take Tony you. So Adrian Peterson says his doubters don't know football and max earlier in the show you talked about double these drama decline. I'm gonna throw another one at you, triple these deflecting. What do you think going on here with this because you've been critical of him? I think you hit the nail on the head one of the greatest of all time, and he sounds like an all time. Great. He sounds like a guy who sees himself as invincible. That's part of what made him among the greatest wherever did it. Correct. But the reality is time will tell it always does. And father time is undefeated and he looks like he's been beaten by fathers time. You know what to tell is he called Washington a great organization. No one believes that not even Washington fan team, MAC, anything going to say. Listen here, but he didn't have to go that Dan Farkas. 'cause Max's, right. There's certainly not that at least not yet. They got a great public media relations department. Don't couple of my boys in. They got that down pepper. I will say this. In the end football aficionados say the same thing about Adrian Peterson, he's great. He's one of the all time greats he was even great in highschool. You knew he was going to be a problem for men from the time. He was in high school, but father, the Tom is undefeated. That would attrition is really undefeated. That's agent Peterson. He has to accept that except for you. All you have to do is put on backwards hat, and you're right back, right back in high, so you'll never accept it. Reason. He was injury, he'll never accepted. They're going to have to drag him off the field kicking and screaming as it should, and they will. Maybe you're gonna motivate an all this bulletin board material. He's gonna ball by. Thanks for listening to the podcast. 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