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DT Jordan Davis runs for TD as No. 1 Georgia rolls, 56-7

AP News Radio

00:40 sec | 2 weeks ago

DT Jordan Davis runs for TD as No. 1 Georgia rolls, 56-7

"Number one Georgia sprinted to a twenty eight nothing first quarter lead then coasted with fifty six seven senior day run up against overmatched Charleston southern Georgia QB Stetson Bennett completed eight of fourteen four hundred five yards and two touchdowns he gave way early in the second quarter to JT Daniels as head coach Kirby smart's substituted liberally the rest of the way Bennett said it wasn't all about winning day was about yeah in the in in the season home and then on and on in the season seven players reach the ends over Georgia led by tight end Brock powers with two Georgia moved to eleven on the season as a tune up for next week's game against rival Georgia tech I'm Jim Hart

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QB Daniels returns as No. 1 Georgia dominates Missouri, 43-6

AP News Radio

00:32 sec | Last month

QB Daniels returns as No. 1 Georgia dominates Missouri, 43-6

"Number one Georgia extended its unbeaten record tonight I don't know what the dominant forty three to six romp over Missouri Missouri jumped out to an early three nothing lead Georgia responded with forty straight points including a safety on a blocked punt Georgia quarterback Stetson Bennett completed thirteen of nineteen for two hundred fifty five yards and two touchdowns before giving way to JT Daniels midway through the third quarter the SEC's chance to not allow Missouri a touchdown that is the fourth time this season the dogs kept their opponent out of the end zone I'm Jim Hart

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The Left Clearly Hates America

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:21 min | Last month

The Left Clearly Hates America

"The left we understand. We understand there goes. They hate America. They don't necessarily want to destroy it. They want to create it recreated in their own image. Which will mean destroying the America that we know and cherish. That's clear. That's understood from opening the borders. To creating a military that is woke and laughed at by our enemies. To creating school boards that are guided by their design to indoctrinate our children, politically, and to cutting out the role and the say of parents in the raising of their children and their education. We understand that. It's as clear. In Americans who aren't political, are rising to the task of recognizing that threats. But what about our side? What about those that are putative conservatives, conservatives, nominally? But not in actuality. They could be even more of a threat to us. You've heard it all before the criticisms of president Trump who was a very unusual quote unquote Republican. He's so crude. Remember the Billy Bush tape? What about stormy Daniels and all the others? Oh, and don't forget his tweets. People are still talking about president Trump's tweets, even though he doesn't even have a Twitter account. You've heard all of these criticisms and many, many others. The never ending loop of Trump criticism a critique, which seems inconsequential when compared to what he actually did in office for four years. The record of his policy accomplishments from crushing the physical caliphate of the jihadi group ISIS, the most successful modern jihadi group that he had even eclipsed Al-Qaeda to creating a pre Wuhan flu a pre COVID economy, the likes of which America and the world had never seen.

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Packers defeat Washington 24-10 for 6th straight victory

AP News Radio

00:29 sec | Last month

Packers defeat Washington 24-10 for 6th straight victory

"Make it six in a row for the Green Bay Packers Donnie nineteen fifties throwback uniforms and downing the Washington football team twenty four ten at Lambeau field Aaron Rodgers throwing touchdown passes to devante Adams Allen Lazard and Robert Tanya and the demand their first three red zone stops of the season twice on downs once on an interception in the end zone of Taylor Heinicke refer to it sixty eight yards and a score and led both teams in rushing with ninety five on the ground Washington slips to two one five while the six in one pack get ready to head to Arizona Thursday night mark Daniels Green Bay

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Bennett, Bowers, D lead No. 1 Georgia past Kentucky, 30-13

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | Last month

Bennett, Bowers, D lead No. 1 Georgia past Kentucky, 30-13

"Stetson Bennett tossed three touchdown passes in top ranked Georgia got another stifling defensive effort in the thirty thirteen victory over number eleven Kentucky the senior quarterback was fourteen of twenty four two hundred fifty yards in another solid performance for the injured QB T. J. Daniels watching from the sideline we can be explosive one one two and we can run the ball and we want to it's just I don't know it's just about execution George's defense allowed two touchdowns in a game for the first time all season the second coming with four seconds remaining the Bulldogs top ranked D. lived up to its billing limiting Kentucky to two hundred forty nine total yards and blocking a pair of kicks Georgia seven no Kentucky six in one I'm Dave Ferrie

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Defense Bureaucrat Robert Gates Gives Lackluster 60-Minutes Interview on Afghanistan

Mark Levin

01:47 min | Last month

Defense Bureaucrat Robert Gates Gives Lackluster 60-Minutes Interview on Afghanistan

"So Robert Gates is on 60 minutes And he's asked about this Afghanistan's situation Cut 6 go It was really tough For a few days there I actually wasn't feeling very well And I realized it was because of what was happening in Kabul and I was just so low About the way it had ended if you will And I guess the other feeling that I had was that it probably did not need to have turned out that way Well prison Biden said any withdrawal is messy Certainly the military considers the withdrawal the most dangerous part of an operation But they really had a lot of time to plan Beginning with the deal that president Trump cut with the Taliban So that was in February of 2020 Robert Gates who oversaw the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan from 2006 to 2011 told us president Trump failed to plan properly for the evacuation of Afghans who'd helped the U.S. fight the Taliban Don't you love this part where they narrate Don't you love it We don't get to hear Robert Gates say that We don't hear We hear Anderson Cooper Whose career Top interview was of stormy Daniels Remember that mister balus Three boobs there at least two boobs as far as I can tell And so he says Robert Gates he told us why are you here Robert Gates told us about Trump Why don't you have him say what he said

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Rodgers-Cobb connection helps Packers beat Steelers 27-17

AP News Radio

00:28 sec | 2 months ago

Rodgers-Cobb connection helps Packers beat Steelers 27-17

"After connecting thirty nine times during their first day years together Aaron Rodgers and Randall Cobb reunited and they connected two more times in the past twenty seven to seventeen win over the Pittsburgh Steelers at Lambeau field Rogers also ran one in himself and Rafa's worker gave the Steelers an early seven nothing lead with a forty five yard touchdown Deontay John somebody also fumbled once and threw a late interception as the Steelers fall one in three hackers meanwhile have reeled off three straight to get the three in one mark Daniels Green Bay

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White scores 3 TDs, No. 2 Georgia dominates No. 8 Hogs 37-0

AP News Radio

00:37 sec | 2 months ago

White scores 3 TDs, No. 2 Georgia dominates No. 8 Hogs 37-0

"Number two Georgia used a suffocating defense in dominating ground game to overwhelm number eight Arkansas thirty seven nothing Stetson Bennett replacing injured JT Daniels and one seven eleven for seventy two yards and Georgia gained two hundred seventy three yards on the ground we knew the office line is running backs new water savers new Titans knew that their their job this week was to run the ball and that's what we did the dog statue twenty one nothing first quarter lead behind two rushing touchdowns on a blocked punt recovered for a touchdown on their way to a twenty four nothing halftime lead Georgia stingy defense punished Arkansas holding the Razorbacks to eight first downs and hundred fifty six total yards I'm Jim Hart

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Daniels plays quarter as No. 2 Georgia dominates Vandy 62-0

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 2 months ago

Daniels plays quarter as No. 2 Georgia dominates Vandy 62-0

"The number two Georgia Bulldogs went on the road and absolutely embarrassed the Vanderbilt Commodores on their home field sixty two to nothing leading up to the contest Georgia head coach Kirby smart preached his group the importance of proving their number two ranking you're gonna be leadership team you got to be elite all the time you can't be some of them that's not how the team's flight and orgasm brace that and I was proud of him junior quarterback JT Daniels was near perfect going nine of ten four hundred twenty nine yards and two scores and one senior Stetson Bennett got his chance under center he did much of the same going eleven of fifteen four hundred fifty one yards and a touchdown of his own if that wasn't enough the Bulldogs crossed the goal line five times on the ground in the decimation of vanity the Commodores were held to just seventy seven yards of total offense I'm Jerry takeover

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The Establishment Welcomes Godless Hollywood Liberal Jeff Daniels

Dennis Prager Podcasts

01:34 min | 2 months ago

The Establishment Welcomes Godless Hollywood Liberal Jeff Daniels

"Now you may remember jeff daniels from the movie dumb and dumber and if you ever wondered while watching that movie will who's dumb and dumber. Let's listen to this clip and you will know exactly who i think. The bloody sunday for people of color was george ford's murder and white people said. I had no idea that we were only taught one side of american history. Better look into that. So i started reading isabel. Wilkerson tana coats. Carol anderson get educated. Because there's a whole we have an opportunity in this country right now to welcome in a america we really do. I feel the same way that there is strangely. Not only in america not in our the way we approach our civic society but in the arts There's there's reasons and opportunity where things are reopened. That never closed ever before to re dedicate yourself to first principles and white people are the ones who need to hear it. So mockingbird is harper lee to white point of view and it certainly is the story of atticus coming to grips with the fact that one of the big central questions of the play is. There's goodness everyone you just have to care enough to look for it. Is that true today. In two thousand twenty one. Is there goodness everyone not so sure. But you have to choose. Now you have to decide whether you're for eliminating or at least marginalizing systemic racism or you against you have to choose. You can't just sit back and go. Please cut my taxes. Look the other way. Well there's also a choice before that which is to acknowledge exists acknowledge it exists

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Packers dominate 2nd half, bounce back to beat Lions 35-17

AP News Radio

00:26 sec | 2 months ago

Packers dominate 2nd half, bounce back to beat Lions 35-17

"After one of his worst games of his career Aaron Rodgers bounced back with one of his best throwing four touchdown passes three to running back Aaron Jones another Robert Tanya in the past thirty five to seventeen hope opening win at Lambeau field Monday night jobs without a four touchdown on the ground lines led seventeen to fourteen at the half but quarterback Jared Goff fumbled once threw an interception in the second half as Detroit falls the into Packers get even at one on one mark Daniels Green Bay

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Daniels, UGA Defense Lead No. 2 Dawgs Past S Carolina 40-13

AP News Radio

00:40 sec | 2 months ago

Daniels, UGA Defense Lead No. 2 Dawgs Past S Carolina 40-13

"JT Daniels tossed three touchdown passes in James cook scored two touchdowns as number two Georgia opened conference play with a forty thirteen your honor over South Carolina Daniel show no signs of the oblique injury that sidelined him last week as he completed twenty three of thirty one for three hundred and three yards to meal one on one match up where we can take a chance on the deep ball is taking what they're giving us if they're gonna give us one on one without a safety on the way to you know make it a two on one to me that's giving us you know something the Bulldogs stingy defense also of Carolina to just two Parker white field goals until the fourth quarter George scored twenty six unanswered points in the second and third quarters to put the game away I'm Jim Hart

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Winston, Saints, Overcome Displacement, Pound Packers 38-3

AP News Radio

00:44 sec | 3 months ago

Winston, Saints, Overcome Displacement, Pound Packers 38-3

"A change of venue didn't bother New Orleans Saints one bit force from the Superdome after hurricane I did too open against the Green Bay Packers in Jacksonville the saints marched all over the pack thirty eight to three Janus Winston threw for only a hundred forty eight yards but fired five touchdown passes we were prepared despite the adversity of having to be in Dallas despite all the things that happen at home R. mas at St St we prepare to play gets Green Bay and played the best football that we can we did that backup tight end joint Johnson caught a pair downstairs capped the day with a fifty five yard bomb rating MVP Aaron Rodgers on the other hand kept out of the end zone and picked off twice suffering his worst loss as a Packer starter mark Daniels Jacksonville

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Bennett Throws 5 TD Passes, No. 2 Georgia Stifles UAB 56-7

AP News Radio

00:33 sec | 3 months ago

Bennett Throws 5 TD Passes, No. 2 Georgia Stifles UAB 56-7

"Stetson Bennett tied a school record with five touchdown passes filling in for injured starter JT Daniels leading second ranked Georgia to a fifty six seven route of you A. B. Bennett completed his first six passes for going all the way to the end zone for the Bulldogs Jermaine Burton set the tone by slipping behind the secondary to haul in a seventy three yard TD from Bennett that coming on George's second offensive play by the opening minute of the second quarter Bennett tacked on scoring passes of twelve yards to Katie McIntosh eighty nine yards to Brock Bowers and sixty one yards to Arian Smith I'm the ferry

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Defensive Gem Lifts No. 5 Georgia Past No. 3 Clemson, 10-3

AP News Radio

00:29 sec | 3 months ago

Defensive Gem Lifts No. 5 Georgia Past No. 3 Clemson, 10-3

"George's defense stymied Clemson at every turn holding the Tigers without a touchdown and limiting their running game to two yards in a ten three win Saturday night in Charlotte the Bulldogs sack Clemson quarterback DJ young delay seven times and the defense produced the game's lone touchdown a seventy four yard pick six by Christopher Smith late in the first half JT Daniels completed twenty two of thirty four hundred thirty five Georgians Amir white rushed for seventy four yards to lead the Georgia offense Phil Kornbluth Charlotte

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"daniels" Discussed on Scott H Silverman's Happy Hour

Scott H Silverman's Happy Hour

04:50 min | 3 months ago

"daniels" Discussed on Scott H Silverman's Happy Hour

"That are geared toward high school kids and their parents. And when we talk stigma you know. Parents don't know where to turn or who to call and who to talk to these programs that help Many different Parents and students understand that there is help out there. And it's not the ashamed. So that's great. That's that's a lot of information so quick question for you can what. What can our listeners viewers. I say listeners because a lot of people are listening to podcasts. Not watching them nowadays. But what can our you know our audience that it hopefully We'll hear this message. What would you want to tell them. How can they help your organization. What would you want them to know. And then also share with us Your contact information will swing it over to michael see if he has any questions because he always asked the best questions of the podcast. But i you can go to michael and then will let One of you or both view up with your rump special thoughts while you jamie daniels foundation dot org is our site and again if someone is struggling their there are resources there and what to ask and you can hear jamie story. We're doing another celebrity roast of hockey hall of famer brad hall which will again we virtual. It'll run a november on youtube. So you can find that. There's a great silent. Auction are two roasts have raised over while close to six hundred thousand dollars are the two that we've done so far. Mickey revenue Odd cast partner. Scotty bowman legendary coach one was live This'll be the second virtual. There'll be another one so in the time we've been around raising funds and then to to write grants so anyone wants to help or donate and to continue the conversation and use jamie's story as a starting off point to tell their kids and say as as lisa said talk about the daniels family. This is what can happen. So don't hide behind it. I know they're shame in the family but it's not happening in your house and let's hope it's not. It's probably happening two or three doors down up real quick mike before we go to you if right now the. The statistics unfortunately showed that. There's two hundred and forty people in our country each day. An airplane crash overdosing with opioids. So that's two hundred and forty families that have Involuntarily or mandatorily have to join an organization of losing a family member. And i can't even imagine what that's like so i bring that up because you're you're certainly not alone. But what a what a what a team to have to get on or be part of but if we can use that energy and that energy and your experience to teach help spread hoping.

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"daniels" Discussed on Scott H Silverman's Happy Hour

Scott H Silverman's Happy Hour

05:45 min | 3 months ago

"daniels" Discussed on Scott H Silverman's Happy Hour

"Have to say they'll spin it they'll twist it tweak it though spin it around the living that call the sach. They'll just get stuck in a loop and they will you know especially through on any kind of sydney. They'll talk all night long until you gonna go to sleep until you go to sleep but go get some more stuff now. I will get slammed for saying that because people say you're stigmatizing people. Well you know between the stigma. Which i'm big big supporter of but also i belong to an anonymous program. We stand up whenever we share when remind people were drug addict and alcoholic and their science around that that says that's negative reinforcement but on the other hand sometimes those anonymous rooms of the only place someone can go if they don't have a lot of resources and unfortunately the treatment industry. I'm sure you probably have found out. Has a ninety five percent failure rate so to answer your question. I tell families is first of all. You're not trained to do this. No one's traded do this. I mean i have a lot of experience. I'm a resource. And what i do. Is i refer people to the highest level at best level of care that i can. But what's important is to get the family to take a deep breath to slow down. It's like it's like when your neighbors if your neighbor's house is on fire but you're handcuffed to adore in your home. What are you gonna do. You're going to have to get very creative. So what i encourage families to do is take a deep breath and then refer them to go to someone who understands it you know and i don't have a database of people like me and around the country but there are there are all kinds of intervention mechanisms. A faith-based leader of very good friend a family member. Because you were saying that you know he didn't tell and there might have been a family member of yours if you're one of those families royal families it verbally throw up on each other all the time. We can't keep any frigging secrets. But you may have had a brother or outlaw. That had a you know family member went through this and there a great resource. 'cause they they can walk you down the path. I mean it's different today because now we're we're doing things like this. This wasn't going on ten years ago. There weren't families doing this kind of thing. I don't know. I've got a few families in my book that have lost family members. So that's what i would tell people so. Let let me go on. Because i know our time's running low here. Tell toast a little bit about your foundation. Lee said would you like to what what led you to start the foundation. What do you want to accomplish with it. I wanna stay with the format so we started the jamie daniels foundation in in june of two thousand eighteen. And really i have to say that we probably started once once we found out what had happened jamie with the actual story was behind his death. Which you know wasn't just an everyday you know. We thought as a family. There's no way we could stay silence anymore. You know one of the main reasons that we didn't say anything because jamie was so afraid he would be judged by his peers..

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Clemson vs Georgia Prediction, Game Preview

Sports Gambling Podcast

01:50 min | 3 months ago

Clemson vs Georgia Prediction, Game Preview

"To ucla and lsu. But you got clemson georgia in charlotte. clemson lane three and a half seven on the money. Line georgia. The dogs walk plus one forty on the money. Line sitting at fifty one and a half colby is. I don't know it part of me thinks you take you. Take georgia here. Because you're getting more than three points but part of me likes betting on a guy named big cinco lock going on here with my handicap. And what are you got. I kind of agree when we had phil steele on the show. He said like anything more than a field goal on the other team. Gimme georgia plus the three and a half. I still think. I mean this is a toss up game. There's a high chance whoever wins is going to be my three points that i can get three and a half. Give me Give me give me the bulldogs and three and a half points It is going to be interesting though because like j. J. daniels yes. He played great but In against kinda shitty opponent so. This is going to be as i true. Ambig- cinco got some looks. You know when When lawrence was dealing with the cova there or he was on the list and his. Name's big cinco. I n you daboh. Who just wins games. And and i think this almost to me. It could go both ways for georgia. This is their season like if they don't win this game one. Do they have another opportunity to look at their schedule under the sec championship. Yeah so this is like their season. Which i think is almost too much pressure for a guy like j. t. daniels and clemson's coming in here kinda with not a lot of pressure and because even if they lose this game they can run the table and be in a position in the college football playoff so i think the fact that the pressure is all on georgia as a small dog. I'm going clemson minus three and a half.

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"daniels" Discussed on thebuzzr pod

thebuzzr pod

06:11 min | 3 months ago

"daniels" Discussed on thebuzzr pod

"So tell me about the local music. I've noticed social media. They have a ton of gigs booked. Yeah we've got quite a few gigs booked Mostly as patrick daniels. That's definitely the more popular show amongst most of the venues out here at this point in time you know as Things are opening up with you. Know pandemic restrictions loosening. But it's you know it's been rough on restaurants in and bar owners and stuff so full bands aren't really quite We wanna be yet but we are playing a few tunes as are banned. The brothers groove. So we're pretty. Excited can have the best of both worlds right now for sure. Saas something up. It's definitely nice that my family can come up and see some showers now saying they've been all stuck in new brunswick this whole time okay. You're all new brunswick. Yeah yeah. I was originally born in moncton and then around the saint john area. I'd say where i'm really from but nobody knows where it is new. I where it is. I lived to summer in hampton digit. I asked died did ya. Yeah i loved it. you go to the l. l. c. b. l. Right like toronto. So you go to trotta. And they have like a a tray with look glasses right. I i i went to the have the lady or go to the The chill and she goes. Would you like to taste. Today's why i love to chat upon the white under decent a cooler under the cash as ford to why i was like i was so in love. I was so so laid back an amazing finance. No yeah i spent. I spent a summer there. Let's scrape thank you for Talking about the likud music scene. I'm sure you're excited about the gigs that you're gonna be playing. You definitely are one of the best busier bands out there that i'm following but yeah no as as a duo. We've got lots of gigs. We've got wearing your myth wherein cape breton where going to new brunswick sada now. We're hoping to get on -tario and then hoping to get out alberta and then back to the caribbean next year to see my My bahamian brethren. This beautiful part of being the artist say so travel. I actually like that part. I can be pretty cool places. I think that. I got the opportunity a few years ago to go play nasa and it's probably one of my favorite places i've gotten to play in. I can't wait to go. I hope you do go so have a i. I saw river was probably more so of post. I read of yours That you have a project coming up with mike howard of the bare naked ladies fame. Can you talk a bit about that. I can talk a little bit about it. I gotta be a little bit vague here just the the way that this is kind of working and some things that need to still a up but We are planning to be working with grammy winning producer. Mark howard in november. We're pretty excited about that. a had a good chat with his liaison. Don coleman and made the link. We decided that we wanted to to do something. Cool and we're gonna do an acoustic lp. For patrick and daniel is kind of the plan. So we're writing new music now and working on it together and we're gonna. We're gonna blast the patrick and daniels name us. I look forward to hearing it. We got some cool suss coming out. I a hearing what you have now. I anticipate you have very cool stuff coming out. I love you have me on at this time get. that's funny. yeah okay. So where's the best place to find the. You can find us on all social media's at jesse patrick music Patrick daniels or tyler daniels music. We keep our social media's pretty up-to-date my show schedule is pinned my facebook so if you hit jesse patrick music on facebook. Our show schedule is all set up. My website will been running soon. But until then we're running through our social media's and we'll also a instagram page for patrick daniels soon so do they make it awesome awesome. Well thank you so much Jesse and tie there for coming onto the show a given this update but you music and i hope nothing but great things for you guys. You're great no thank you. So much and Hopefully we see you ontario soon. Once we book some shows that way. Yeah thanks ravenous on one hundred percent. Yeah thank you thank you for tuning into the buzzer podcast and thank you to the artists on today's show. The show wouldn't happen without your episodes run. Mondays and tuesdays at ten pm. Eastern standard time follows drunk wants to graham at the buzzword media and on twitter at the buzzer indie subscribe fees at the buzzer park dot com. The buzz row media has sponsored. This podcast music is survived by kevin. Strata pyramids on mars air. Indeed for my pat yourself over there where have a good one seeing next episode cheer..

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"daniels" Discussed on thebuzzr pod

thebuzzr pod

02:34 min | 3 months ago

"daniels" Discussed on thebuzzr pod

"Jane levi's let me ask you go visa sweden and is is your hundred straggler street dorm all action. You just fine entrench. Stray were can distract me. He did wrong main came. Jj you still david this street bags and xing new completely dispatch gave in to this pool and.

"daniels" Discussed on thebuzzr pod

thebuzzr pod

05:37 min | 3 months ago

"daniels" Discussed on thebuzzr pod

"Soul new five. It's a great. It's a great album cover. Great title yeah. So let's talk about the song distraction that was released this year. The who's who's on jesse on a bit about that before responding. yeah absolutely. I wrote that tune. When i was in a band out west alberta called new jack break With one of my best friends in the world you know my brother from another mother anthony manual. We did a little bit of session in writing together. We had a really cool band. We played a lot as a duo act to. It seems to be a a format that. I ended up back to you somehow. Every time we met at a place there called community which was just a little cool teashop and he's like. Hey man i wrote this really cool hook and then y'all we took it home and started messing with some chords. And then i kinda wrote the rest of the attune around it and you know. He's got his story on where his inspiration comes from. That's the cool thing about collaborations. Is you know you're you're sharing a melody but you had very different perspectives. And yes so for me. A lot of that tune is about. When i was playing a show in kenmore at a place called the tavern than this girl was dancing in front of us. And we're paying more attention to her than was music. And i kind of got lost in then completely stop playing while my band was still going until they finally realized that i wasn't playing anymore and we all just kind of like took a stop to get my contact and come back into the tune so mum when anthony road you know you can distract me any day. That's kind of where mind mind went to after that. So you can say. The tune is loosely based around that but own cool little story that where he used to run a a l shopped of sorts in in halifax where they they had some fun. He's like a life coach and stuff so they do a lot more like holistic kind of stuff and he's got some really great webinar videos and stuff like that on on personal life coaching and development. So that's pretty cool. He's got his own stories. Revolving around that with distractions. So that's amazing shuttered. Anthony listening we love you buddy and we loved the song now. We're going to spend distraction featuring.

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"daniels" Discussed on thebuzzr pod

thebuzzr pod

08:02 min | 3 months ago

"daniels" Discussed on thebuzzr pod

"What you tried to accomplish with the song. I think you did accomplish. Just a great truck and that message sounds Comes through loud clear. It's very good very good. I had no idea it was a a personal Personal experience so you've had a rough go up until lounge off. I mean i've had patches of rough goes but you know as i've gotten older and wiser you know i i. I grew up young and now i'm just kinda slow in my role down. No i've i've lived a lot of experience. A lot of other people may may not in this in this world. That's really cool. Because that's all an after now is is life experience and growing and not focusing so much on the negative aspects of life as much as the positive you know the music right now is moving in a very positive direction where picking up steam. We're getting more popular. We're getting more local and national airplay. We're getting more streams. All of our insights are up. So i mean that's always a good feeling to that s great in creating the tracks you can see that it's resonating with people otherwise it wouldn't grow one hundred percent and percent so you're as a band or as a duo ju- create together or. Do you have a certain process where one does lyrics or the melody or Yeah i would say. I'm more of the Garfunkel the group He's martha simon. He's got all these awesome lyrics and stuff but you know when you need a really high note that somebody needs to hit. I can do that. I so you you do. You come work as a pair together. We do like especially when it comes to vocal arrangement. I'm doing a lot more of the lyric writing But i always whenever. I'm working on something. Hey what do you like what you don't like no. I'm very fortunate that i have a you know. Not just tyler. But i have a super team of people and that helped with the media and the production krista fewer jimmy torres being more specific and without their employed being like. How do we see. Okay here's tune that written now. Is this something that we're gonna utilize because of. It's not something that we can utilize or have a vision for in the end of it. Basically gets turfed out goes into a ball pile until maybe i re address it and rework it You know right now where we're so financially invested into this business where definitely focusing more on the marketability and more of the production rollouts versus okay. We've got a tune that's nice soft and beautiful on its own but we wanna make sure that s- you know with the cost of production and the lack of pay now that comes from streaming services that we can utilize it to our advantage in not just be a good standalone song as well. I want everything kind of at this point to be radio friendly and they at that makes a lotta sense. You touched on that a bit when we were talking before The episode was sopping tape as you're building a a a studio resource center for creative in halifax i yet. We're working on that. Now i mean alongside tyler in my media team. There were all partnering up To start her own multimedia production company doing corporate advertising but will also be doing graphic design Ep pk's electronic press kits for artists are models or whatever that they need like building their portfolio websites on social media marketing campaign specifically those one minute clips and things like that because i think that social media is the way of the future for advertising. You kinda see it winning out with tv. So we're looking to get into those places you know not the you know when artists have invested. But they don't know what to do next you know. They've got some music and they've got a little bit of following. Where do you go from there. Because i know that for myself personally as i've been growing been a lot of steps back to get steps forward because you're making silly industry mistakes or you're doing a lot of things right but you're not doing it with the media content or you're not building your portfolio right or whatever it is so we want to be the company that represents those people That are just looking to get ahead. You know we'll help promote will help. Book will render your media services and we're not looking to own the rights to your music 'cause as we produce it because it's hard as it is to get paid for music that we work hard for when they're sixty thousand tunes day now Being uploaded which was the last stat that i saw so things get bear percent. We just want to be that resource where you can come through and if you wanna record alive on floor sell some tickets to it we can record it live. We can do your videos your photos your media marketing campaigns. Whatever it is you need for your your business. Whether it's music industry are likewise a good night plunged mention it. Because i'm very impressed. When young people form something that at as a resource like your artists performers. But you go beyond that and you're going on the business side. I think it's great. I think it's great. We're all about building community right. I mean for a little while it kind of disappeared for a little while you know the community wasn't so much necessarily working together versus against each other so we're just looking to to change that and just work with talented in like minded people that just want to see the industry get better nahshom. So if you'd halifax a cup. Jesse tyler as as yet cu. We talk a bit about the video for Firebird blues it. Now that you've told me about your personal experience and you see the Around the barrel scene and we thus when you go into the rap so that's exactly what happened that night that you did a shift in your thinking it definitely. It's i mean so much quite like that but where they gathered around me. I more join this random group of people that were around it but yeah we just kind of walked up in was embraced in. You know sometimes when you're when you're drinking or using substance you know you have a little bit a you gotta get some stuff off your chest in. That was just my place to to get the stuff off my chest that eight you know. Clearly it inspired something else in me because a lot of this album was written tailored around that the album was originally supposed to be called tails around the burn barrel. Just as i've as my mentality shifted in recording the project and way that my writing is changed in regards to that as well We kind of marketed from a different direction. More of the growth. And not so much of the hardship. I love the name of old.

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"daniels" Discussed on thebuzzr pod

thebuzzr pod

05:26 min | 3 months ago

"daniels" Discussed on thebuzzr pod

"Yeah i love the track. We're going to hear it now. Fire barrel blues About a man had the money cazin mansion the most beautiful girl. He was a pool to see where stories. I hear the blind the by.

"daniels" Discussed on thebuzzr pod

thebuzzr pod

03:28 min | 3 months ago

"daniels" Discussed on thebuzzr pod

"Oh see really didn't get my question did you. I'm i wouldn't say so like when it comes to like if you're talking psychedelic rock like the doors. Pink floyd yeah not as much. I definitely alike respect and appreciate ambient guitar but me. I kind of use that in a bit of a different way. I'll be on the i. I'm not a big pink floyd fan. Which because it's everything that i should like but i don't know it just. It gets a little long dragged out for me are on mushrooms to sleep to definitely i. I i agree is great muzak but i never got on with the with that. Yeah but more like that. Seventies like funke delic era. Like i'm really into like sheikh leg now now. Rogers is probably one of the coolest musicians in the industry in terms of his production but also his style entire play. Just say so. Cool so chris so clean everything with a really funky guitar pattern. You can pretty much bet that. Not rogers had his fingers in it. So he's definitely a big influence that way in terms of like how i want structure cords and sounds and us so we're going to spend the first track fire beira. Blues can tell us a bit about song. You've talked about your creative process so to speak in the studio. Can you tell us about the backstory for the song. I well i did tell you how. We came to producing. It wasn't really some as written. But it's funny when you think back on things because sometimes you write something. And it doesn't really correlate right away as to what it was about necessarily but then when you're recording it the story becomes a little more clear. I used to get a lot of trouble at one point in time and with that being said you know i. I've made some mistakes and in doing that. I've also hit some personal mantle lows where you get into these rock bottom hating yourself moments and this tuned specifically kinda came to be in having one of those nights and i got wasted in went out looking for trouble in pretty roth Necks of town. And i ended up at a burn barrel with a bunch of strangers. And we kinda talked about her life problems than in there and kind of felt good about it. After an i made some pretty heavy life decisions within a couple of days of that to leave nova scotia in kinda get out on my own and get away from everything just to clear my head in and reopened. That's really what about fire. Zero blues about is You can you can sit there and sing. your shoulda woulda could but if you're not going to do something to change it then you know you can't be upset with the outcome.

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"daniels" Discussed on thebuzzr pod

thebuzzr pod

15:20 min | 3 months ago

"daniels" Discussed on thebuzzr pod

"On the banks of the greater high above the alert gorge this is the buzzer podcast. Indie music new releases industry insiders out of the box conversations with guests from the june worth from the west coast to the east coast to cross upon in from down under. And now.

The MacKenzie Family Murders

Casefile True Crime

02:39 min | 4 months ago

The MacKenzie Family Murders

"Although greenwich is considered to be a bit of a ghost town the major city of geraldton is just twenty four kilometers north as the largest city north of perth geraldton has many faces that put it on the map including thriving fishing industry stunning spring wildflowers and sperling surf beaches niece sixty kilometers offshore appel spot a sta and wallaby islands k. Locations of the deadly tovey shipwreck covered in episode one. Hundred thirty eight of case file for many travelers. Gerald is the main destination with isolated towns. Locked greenwich acting. Stop places along the way. However in the light summer of nineteen ninety-three greenwich would surpass the city in making headlines the unassuming and little known township was propelled into the national spotlight for what came to be cold one of the worst crimes in western australia for that reason. Greenwich was put on the map. It had dana typical morning at gerald since criminal investigation bureau on february twenty two nineteen ninety-three when detectives received in us. That a brutalized buddy had been found out. So i had a residence in slavery greenwich forensic inspect up. Bring giants send detective move cousins along with a team of uniformed officers immediately. Made the sixteen minute drive down the bruce highway. Arriving at the mckenzie property around eleven am as reported a blood-soaked body lay in the dust. Just outside the heim stead. Having been so savagely attacked that day face was indistinguishable. The victim was identified as sixteen year old daniel. The oldest of karen mackenzie's three children her other two children daughters seven-year-old amara and five year out katrina when nowhere to be seen karen to was missing. The detectives turned their attention to the house before them. The family's pet dog continued to bach from within towards rea- dual. The detectives were rattled. Was daniels killer still at the same. Unwilling to take any chances. They raised their hand guns before entering the property.

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Unvaccinated, Hospitalized: Patient Now Advocates for Shots

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 4 months ago

Unvaccinated, Hospitalized: Patient Now Advocates for Shots

"A corona virus patient who ended up in a baton Rouge hospital says he's now an advocate for getting vaccinated such Daniels is one of the lucky ones he went home after a week of being treated for Corbett nineteen at our lady of the lake Medical Center in baton Rouge is another thing to do is be out of breath watching TV at age thirty seven Daniel said he didn't think he needed to cope with vaccination and in a hospital bed interview he says it's a decision he regrets busting into value through possibly if you accident doesn't go up within the next hour and as dad dad is frightening Daniel said did it with an unvaccinated nephew his nephew remains on a ventilator in a medically induced coma at a hospital outside New Orleans you know I won the war I'm Jennifer king

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"daniels" Discussed on The Office Deep Dive with Brian Baumgartner

The Office Deep Dive with Brian Baumgartner

04:56 min | 4 months ago

"daniels" Discussed on The Office Deep Dive with Brian Baumgartner

"Jack benny thing of your money or your life and not just have a guy stand there and tell the setup and the punchline in the same line right if you're gonna go with character comedy you've gotta learn who the characters are right and the audience has to figure it out and That takes some time so they always tend to start slow. Don't start with a bang. Usually so i wasn't thrown or worried when it started slum right but there is a difference between season one and season two well so that was my next question so i you felt like to my understanding. All of the writers disagreed with you. But after the forty year old virgin and seeing steve and seeing him in a new way and when what his sensibility was that you needed to change michael that was part of it for sure. But like you know how i said. The the goal with the pilot was co even produced. Something that looked like the office. Right it was a production type of deal so them going into season one. It was like okay. Can we write the office. Can we write stories that are like this and are just as good but not use the british scripts or anything like that. And then i think we achieve that but then we didn't have very good ratings right and kevin was really a fan of the show and the middle management at nbc. We're fans of the show to which was really funny. Because i went to like whatever up fronts the things where they were presented and all the middle management would come and tell me how much they loved it and they would point to the senior management is being michael. Scottie like you could say you could tell like they were feeling oppressed by people not kevin but other people in the in the structure bay way. It was really hard to get picked up and kevin said okay. Greg you have to come in and pitch me how you're gonna change it because it has to change..

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"daniels" Discussed on The Office Deep Dive with Brian Baumgartner

The Office Deep Dive with Brian Baumgartner

05:21 min | 4 months ago

"daniels" Discussed on The Office Deep Dive with Brian Baumgartner

"It's me that's right. You're trustee host brian. Baumgartner and you are listening to the office deep dive. Thank you for joining me once again today. I am very pleased to bring you part. Two of three of my conversation with greg daniels. Now think of this as the second act of a three act play if greg's interview were the lord of the rings and it was almost as long as that trilogy then. This would be the two towers which my producer has instructed me to say is definitively the best one anyhow by now. Many of you know that greg was the creator and show runner of the office and what that means is in addition to doing a bunch of other things. The show runner is basically the head of the writer's room. Which is why i wanted to save this part of greg's interview until now as the official start of our many deep dive on the writing of the office. I'm very excited to kick this series off with gregg talking about all of his theories on comedy writing insights into the writer's room itself and how they came up with so many great storylines also towards the end of this episode. We have a special cameo appearance. By ben silverman our executive producer and the guy who initially hired greg to run the show. It was so fun to have them together in the studio a little hectic but fun and it's always fun and educational to listen to greg so without further ado. Let's dive in with greg daniels. Things bubbling squeak. Squeak bubble and squeak. Cookie ever left over from the night before so mike talked about talked about a writing staff and assembling a writing staff And you described it as being like x. men right you didn't want writers who would could all right the same. Yeah i think called it as as a baseball team. Okay okay not that. I'm you know so much more jockey or anything but the the idea that you can't get all pitchers you know somebody. Somebody has to be really good with story. Somebody has to be really good with jokes and You know. I always feel like the story. People should be in charge and they talk about shows. Jumping the shark in lat time zone. I think why they jumped. The shark is because the original writing staff has the more senior people being really good at character and story and the younger people being good jokes and then three years in the senior people have laughed. Do their own shows people now. The senior people and solid gets really joking. But yeah so. I mean that i that i staff the first person i hired for anything on the whole show was bj and And you hired him to do both immediate yes. He was a writer performer higher. Yup and Mindy also and i saw her.

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"daniels" Discussed on Influencer Networking Secrets Podcast

Influencer Networking Secrets Podcast

03:36 min | 1 year ago

"daniels" Discussed on Influencer Networking Secrets Podcast

"New year from all of us influence our networking secrets in. It's a pleasure to kick off the year. Twenty twenty one with our guest for this week's episode prince daniels. Junior prince is the best selling author of mindfulness for the ultimate athlete. A former running back for the baltimore. Ravens of the national football league. And a leading proponent of mindfulness meditation inner integration of the human personality. We're going to get back to the fundamentals as any good. Athlete does from chapter two of influence or networking secrets. The book which is titled be a magnet a focus on princess rebirth from a career ending injury that forced him into life without football than identity. He'd spent a lifetime building from defying. The odds a walk on player for georgia tech playing alongside elite professionals. Like ray lewis. Ed reed joe flacco prince thought he'd fulfilled his destiny until there wasn't one as the as the stranger of twenty twenty bleeds into our new year. It's clear there's no going back. I couldn't think of a better way to chart your course for twenty twenty one. Sit quietly meditate. Calm your inner. Chaos and breathe. Deeply prince is going to share how he learned to find vision and purpose beyond the game and mastered the balance between power and piece. It can work in the split second frenzy of professional gridiron play. There's a good chance it'll work for you and.

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"daniels" Discussed on Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

04:22 min | 1 year ago

"daniels" Discussed on Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

"Music Radio is most enduring of course was the tale of a young man named Johnny who challenged that devil to fiddle playing contest. You're pretty good. Old Son came away with a violin made of gold. The Devil went down to Georgia was number one. On the country charts in one, thousand, nine, hundred, seventy nine number three on the pop charts, it was voted single of the year by the Country Music Association. Few artists have left more in De lable mark on America's musical landscape than Charlie Daniels, an outspoken Patriot, oh, and to be sure Charlie Daniels band actually came to northern Colorado several years ago had the opportunity to interview him on another radio stations starts with a K. on down the road, and we were talking primarily about the fact that he added new album coming out. And you know his upcoming show in northern Colorado, and you know me I know Charlie Daniels is an outspoken patriots, so of course I took it political, and for the next half hour we were treated to Charlie Daniels ranting about politics. It was absolutely incredible, but Daniels parlayed his passion for music into a multi-platinum career and a platform to support the military and underprivileged children and others in need this, according to a statement from Daniels representatives now in addition to his music. Was a major advocate for several causes that were close to his heart, and many others, as well including supporting the military, what the journey home project which he founded in twenty, fourteen with his manager David Core. Lou to help veterans, Daniels said my manager myself and some other people started this journey home project to help. We come to find out. There is a great need for assistance by veterans who are returning from their service. Most of the people that we deal with haven't gotten that. We know the agencies that are tasked with helping our military personnel are bureaucracies that by their very nature. Well they grind kind of slow Daniel said when. They announced the journey home project. So there are media, needs and slow br bureaucracies, and we step in and try to help out. Daniels also work closely with Jason Foundation. This is a Nashville based nonprofit started by a father who sadly lost his son to suicide, Daniels previously said that, if after looking at the data, well, he knew could help veterans and needed to educate people on. On just how close to tragedy, we might be at any given moment. According to the Tennessean Daniels is survived by his wife. Hazel and son Charlie Daniels Junior. Daniels singer Guitarist and fiddler started out as a session musician, even playing on Bob Dylan's Nashville skyline sessions beginning in the early nineteen seventies, his five piece band toured endlessly, sometimes, doing two hundred and fifty shows a year. Daniels said back nine, thousand, nine, hundred, Ninety, eight I can ask people where the from and if they say Waukegan, I can say I've played there if they say that. Tong, Ruse I can say I've played there to. There is not a city we haven't played in. He said Daniels performed at the White House at the Super Bowl throughout Europe and often very often for troops in the Middle East. He played himself in the Nineteen Eighty John Travolta movie. Movie, Urban Cowboy and of course was closely identified with the rise of country music, a generated by that film Daniels. A native of Wilmington North Carolina played on several Bob Dylan albums as Nashville as a Nashville recording session guitar in the late nineteen sixties, including a new morning and self portrait. Well, if indeed there is a rock and roll heaven, and you know they've got a hell of a band. Those gates just wide for country music. Legend Charlie Daniels..

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"daniels" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk: The First Season

Sci-Fi Talk: The First Season

05:48 min | 1 year ago

"daniels" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk: The First Season

"Did it. If you make a mistake, you just stop and it again and somebody live out that Sunday's Tom Banking so I sound Toki with perfect the hallway through just as I do I. do timid his arms brooks. Whenever just found some audio. That's not. I sound brilliant, but is the editor that's chopped every fluff law that they get very little credit lucid. Goodness so. We do it as SAMBA. PS. You can look people in the eye. You can react just as world's hopefully in real life. Is Israel life fans? Please remember not real life. You can plug Timothy Designs both audiobooks because share in the profits. Why should I books now? Actually I've interviewed Timothy's on and he's a great guy. He'll probably get a copy of this as a matter of fact. Well I told him off for writing when he writes. These books lost. CETERA He tends to write. Things like? Grand Admiral through into the throne. Closing down the few into the next galaxy room where they sequencers being overplayed whatever whatever? And he smiled, so the sentences Wilson's Romans Smile. But this a page of. Metro. My, brain, she scrapes hours everywhere, pointing to the sensible because you don't have time to learn a book. I don't have time to book. That many people do so. That's complicated and he knows that because I've told him. What actually I told the New Orleans somewhere. He was new. Castle. Well the question I have to ask you is about the prequels. They said this is what the official word is. And I read this. Quote, unquote earlier versions of R. Two D. Two NC repeal. Will we hear the same man in the suit? What can I say it's? It's still being written as we speak I'm a great one for not giving information away, unless very highly patriots. Conversation! Let's put it another way. Would you like to be initiative? That opportunity came up? I have a great in on this for three. I have a great fun this whole Genre for George Lucas. Impressed by George. I do have some not positive for twenty years I've been very happy off again just as with radio. I was very glad that we finally finally golf's. Third von because two thousand three's, isn't he? Hits and it was only when they got a bunch together. Because it'll be on, NPR and has hasn't money. The best go by Highridge or those types whatever? And the other thing that happened. was that yawns. More music became available at the John Williams who compose it never been. A recorded or published before. You had it makes a huge. And, each episode ends with a kind of symphony which took me by surprise. We didn't actually have the studio with us. You look back over the twenty years which I've ever figured. Something like this would have happened after putting on a suit and shooting on the desert internees, I used to be a serious actress I've had some very difficult times. because. It's not always been easy, but I think it's pretty much. Counterbalance balanced by the defection of fans, the kind of genuine praise and sincerity that I see. which is, it's very rewarding. identing get about. If you changed my life dancing. This is true and I wouldn't want that responsibility anyway. People coming to you changed my life. I'm going GONNA. Sue You you sight? You know I wanted to be a gold robot. Whatever I've had letters from people that said they would only food if Now three PEOs toy was that I had attended from somebody of immunized against measles. Because of the ad that I did at the only reason they do it three Po and they went to him that people not smoking, because and you think well. Maybe maybe one has made a bit of difference but most of it comes down to Georgia and his his drink, a really nice film out Amex about special effects. I have to ask. Was that you in it? Always or They're gone back and doing adding a lot of effects which he saw in the film. Fantastic, what I looked like I. mean you know to see a lot of things like that infamous with job at the and Hans Solo put back in? Have you heard any info on that? And what's your feeling on sort of going back and rewriting history? It's not ready revisionist. It sat the fact that there wasn't time to get it right, which has done on I, watched that original twenty years is really boring. I'm sorry. It was very unimpeachable. Several was it didn't sort of work and I think it's not on the jets to to go and children's down. He's just tweaked a bit since I'd conversation Anthony Daniels has returned to voice Detroit again, and it looks like he will do so again. Possibly in the Future Star Wars movie that has been announced or a new trilogy starting with episode seven coming up sometime in the next few years until next time. This is Tony Tomato. Thanks for reminiscing with me. I am CPO. Park relations. This is her name it. Hi, I'm Angel Kobe. I one of it and then I this is. I. Plead Pippen and Lord of the Rings and you listening Sifi Top revolver have prosper..

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"daniels" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk: The First Season

Sci-Fi Talk: The First Season

03:48 min | 1 year ago

"daniels" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk: The First Season

"In one, thousand, nine, hundred, ninety, six I had a chance to speak to Anthony Daniels about the Star Wars audio drama for return to the Djeddai that featured new cast around the familiar Roy. This vintage conversation is a little clip of that episode as well. Let's go back in time. The plan was to have CPO AS A. Sort of like a used car salesman type naturally with George Lucas had mind, but the story goes that you sort of talked him out of it because your voice was supposed to be used when you sort of gotten side to costume I think three. Po talked his way into it. Really because yes George. How did other ideas for the way? The character might be not any vocally those epistemology. And never continue tonight like that I didn't think I liked. Mars so I did my own thing, but I didn't realize how much George disliked my performance until months later when I found out. Just how many actors seats sort of Oh dish into footage, and the rest is history and George nicely admits now the maybe I did. That cost, you must have been incredibly hot especially when you're doing the easiest scenes. How did you manage actually? Is I understood? You couldn't sit down. You had to sorta lay on boarder just to have your meals and all that well. It was very very cold often in the desert, it was very cold because the is very clear and clean, and if you see some stills, production stills, who seeing members of the crew in pocket jackets goggles, because when we were in the sandstorms at the time and I had nothing, but this tin said was a little cotton undergarments little on underneath science. And in the forest, the redwood forest colds because micro-climate breakdown. In other scenes I was okay, but in the worst ones were in the studio in ninety six. We had the hottest summer in history in England and there I was, and I used to come out of there like microwave to was, it was not a great experience and I was not nice to be near of all three films. You have a favorite of the three. Hotbed questionable I think probably star wars is is it's it's a neat encapsulated story it's. Not Being cutesy, it has a sense. It it's complete this innocence about it, which possibly slightly lacking in the second that said, which naturally became more premeditated. Yeah, the second one really sort of took the whole saga in a different direction I mean we found that a lot the gangs where to get split up, but the first time and bad things happen. Yeah, well. That's life, isn't it? Spitting people off. Is that you get different dynamics? Instance I I did have to Georgia about the fact that option three PM, so there's. Particular laws you to in this case to. Make a major with a handset, obviously a couple destined to be together for the rest of their lives, and that was interesting, that provided neutral massive. Harrison and He was very nice, very patients, and just took the problems that was going through and all that kind of thing, but yes, the story did go off and a slightly different direction. Three Po sadly didn't have a great roles of play because of the complicated in the best one, so he was left. Manhattan Kushner just like everything. I did so kissing. We on the thing you know the United States embassy and so. It didn't really have a purpose I. Ask Georgia and the third one could. Gives three-fifths something sensible to do and King of the Eagles. And it worked pretty well. I think probably the most comfortable to as protocol joined. The character is of wall. No he has to let has a lot of different languages so as an actor. You have to learn some lines in languages that don't exist and Ben Burtt. He really did it to you. He really did that, but it..

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"daniels" Discussed on Who Invited Her?

Who Invited Her?

02:32 min | 2 years ago

"daniels" Discussed on Who Invited Her?

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05:08 min | 2 years ago

"daniels" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"Daniels stormy Daniels a stormy saga to stormy Daniels affair and don't don't store stormy Daniels is there a difference if the president said whole house do you think these countries of polls Donald Trump has turned the old block it is who they are it defines them it is what they do they're not going to change it's deplorable it's despicable they take it to an entirely new level as it relates to the events from this past weekend now if we think why exam then we would we would be saying things that I know when you know that don't make sense and we don't believe I played earlier in the week I played it on TV as well tapes of may when Bernie Sanders supporter of you know started shooting up Republicans like Steve Scalise another's and that baseball field he was a big Bernie Sanders supporter Bernie Sanders did not inspire did not support is not responsible for what that shooter did to Steve Scalise and others just say so is intellectually dishonest I said it at the time I'm consistent today if we are to take their logic and the and the standard they're trying to apply to Donald Trump and he's responsible for Paso but let's not talk about Dayton because Dayton wasn't Elizabeth Warren supporter I'll get to that in a second then we would blame Bernie Sanders for sh the shooter involved in the incident at the baseball field with Steve Scalise if in fact we take their logic to its next all conclusion and we're gonna say well wait a minute here I know that the the Dayton mayor decided not to show up at you know when Donald Trump tries to go and comfort with Malani of the people in Dayton Ohio this is who they are the president is there to help people the person involved in that shooting was that big radical extreme leftist socialist Elizabeth Warren supporter now we thought like them we played political games like them or if we want to politicize tragedy like them and we don't we would say Elizabeth Warren is responsible she's not that would be a lie you have a you know we've learned a lot more about this lunatic in the end we know a lot about the one in el Paso but now we're learning more about the lunatic in Dayton and what we're finding is is that this particular lunatic in Dayton has a history of of supporting the most liberal causes and the most radical views of pretty much anybody and you know Dayton shooters called anti first first mass killer according to the New York Post in a column today that they had out there shooter and date was this this Conor bets lunatic yeah these are evil people you you can't be a well person if you're willing to hurt innocent men women and children you're not well by definition you're insane now with that said not guilty by reason of insanity is a very different measurement because I don't believe that either and the president has said this is happening too much the president has condemned white supremacists numerous times I don't know how many times he needs to say it before people believe it when he's condemned anti poor and other hate groups out there but the double standard is flagrant and it's also part of a political process a history that I have chronicled many times both on radio and on TV but the New York Post goes on to say the guy Connor bats has long expressed support for NT four by the way don't forget in Obama's White House one of the co founders of black lives matters what we want dead cops when we wanna now and you know pigs in a blanket prime like bacon we do know that one of the co founders of the black lives matter group was actually in the Obama White House imagine of Donald Trump invited such an extremist member till that for eight long years the Democrats successfully hid the picture of Barack Obama hanging out with smiling with our nation of Islam racist and anti semite Louis Farrakhan they hid that from the public for eight years and let me tell you something that was probably not an easy do but they did it now we know and nobody in the press is bother to ask Rakel Bhamo who's now lecturing Donald Trump why we you hanging out with the are very lent racist and anti semite like Louis Farrakhan I'm sure that question is coming any day now but anyway back to this that's guy and the guy responsible for the death and murder and mayhem that took place and date Dayton chill every fascist he declared in on his Twitter account echoing a rallying cry of anti file ideologues over the next year you tweeting became increasingly violent **** deserve death and nothing else well well.

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