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"darcy lynn" Discussed on Exploring the Midwest with Jody Halsted

Exploring the Midwest with Jody Halsted

06:22 min | Last month

"darcy lynn" Discussed on Exploring the Midwest with Jody Halsted

"Going to be something for everybody. And then we have have entertainers will have tracy. Lawrence and logan mize opening up the grandstand entertainment. That was on tuesday and then we'll have the news boys on wednesday wednesdays going to be more proficient concert with adam meiji and then we have thirty eight special on a thursday chris janson on friday they kind of are one were headliners is going to be. Nellie was willie. Jones nelly nelly concerts can be kind of interesting. Two o'clock evenings can be two o'clock. That will jones will follow as full concert after that and then we hope those people who come for the nelly concert will stay on the fairgrounds because we have on our free stage We have a chase beckham. and so we're we're really excited about the land. We think that saturday is going to be one of the biggest saturday's we've ever had 'cause you start with entertainment at two o'clock and you don't finish up until seven thirty at the free stage was chased back so it's really exciting and then on sunday. I don't wanna send solo sewer short but on sunday. We have darcy lynn farmer. The ventriloquist will be here sunday. That's going to be an afternoon. Show coming family. Show three o'clock in the afternoon really good interest in that to read all the tickets. We just we're able to take the accident. We had booked for twenty twenty and them all over so we ray will now some people other taking their money back. Some people want to keep your tickets so it really had a jump. Start on selling tickets because some people just want those checks and keep them and it really roll forward nicely so so. We're very excited about the entertainment. All we have a lot of things happening are free Free stage two. We have a hypnotist ron. Diamond getting all sorts of other free events on stage the people's bank and trust for stage. That's fun i i like that. There's a mix of of the the paid. You know kind of marquee events but then you have the entertainment around the fairgrounds as well. Now when you're thinking about things to do at the fair obviously that comes a lot of walking a lot of eating what other what other things are. People going to find within the state fair obviously a lot of commerce. Maybe lots of of things to learn about Things like that we we call it and it's a huge event for for the state of kansas We call it a kansas largest classroom. We end up having twenty fourteen thousand students on on the fairgrounds and they can learn from everything about the go to the birthing center that we have They can go to the dairy parlor. They can look at our pollinator gardens all sorts of things as a great learning setting in environment and we have now designated building for education center. And we think there's just gonna be all sorts of exciting things happening there of. We always have new competitions twenty nineteen. We had a butter sculpting contest and that proved to be very bored. I guess people get a pound of butter stuff out of a merger. Exactly how that works and we also have a beer brewing contest as well which we have to have an advanced so those are things that again we had between nineteen people always fascinated with the large draft horses and we'll have a draft horse parade while also have some activities involving the draft horses barrel racing in that gun thing. So that's going to be really unique. And i think that's going to have appeal to him to a certain part of our audience and then of course we have to Kind of our light days and so what we've done is is four dollars after four on tuesday and thursday if you wanna come out after school or bring your family out after school. Four bucks invasion. We think that's going to be very important. Rosza gonna do some. We'd not have done before as a pub crawl Thursday evening abandoned. They'll be able to hit the various of beer vendors and try some craft roosevelt author. So it's fun thing. Of course every event like that needs of ascott. We've got ike the bison our new mascot for the kansas state sphere fear and traveling around the state trying to encourage people to come to the state fair. But i the vice is going to be new. Hope y'all all over the the Real excited about that as well. so again there's countless things to do at the kansas state fear. I think i'm just listening to you. Talk one of the things that has really struck me is the kansas has more. I i wanna say almost western culture to the state fair then you find in fairs that are further to the east you. You mentioned You know bulls and bull riding your vice in and a few other things that just really really struck me as having kind of that wild west feel to it and i think that that probably makes the kansas state fair quite unique for the midwest as well i certainly are are resurrected cultural and we have we draw heavily from the western two-thirds of the state to the state fair so there's a lot of agricultural interests. There's you again you all sorts of things. You have the governor's cookie jar. Somebody cookies ins judge being the best and we give that to the governor and then there's largest watermelon largest pumpkin. All those kinds of things. Roy celebrate celebrate. Kansas agriculture. Things have changed a bit in kansas. I'm sure they have every place. One time. He saw the state fair really signifying the end of the the fall harvest but a fall harvest continues through october pre planning of begins in october. So it's kind of a pause maybe between the.

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"darcy lynn" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

01:48 min | 2 years ago

"darcy lynn" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Party at my house. You support. So I'm watching it. I love I love. I watch America's got talent. And I, I love when you were on when you performed with petunia summertime that was so much good. Obviously, you got the gold buzzer. But it became an international internet viral video like not any other you became an overnight star right after that did you not. I guess you could say that. Yeah. Many. Obviously, this is radio. So you can't see this per lips are not moving. They're not moving. And she's got these, I guess these strings on the puppet, that's next removing the puppets mouth and all. Tone, believable really Darcy Lynn farm. You were probably, I would think at that point empty got that. And the golden buzzy probably thought yourself a chance to win this thing, don't they? Cool..

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"darcy lynn" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

01:41 min | 2 years ago

"darcy lynn" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"And they, they definitely can be grounded. And so, you know we love to go to Turkey. I stayed in public. Glad now definitely staying grounded somewhat keeping normal life being in school. And having my family going to Turkey really healthy and you can't let it all go to your head, right. I mean you have to you have to remember that you're still Darcy Lynn from Oklahoma, right? I think that's important. I really do. So help me with some history here. If you could from what I read your shy kid, and you weren't really sure about who you were what you wanna do. And but like was it your tenth birthday when your parents bought you up like a little play puppet? Begging for puppet. And then when I finally Ted they're like. Just get our wine passing. It was not a passing. Fad. But there's a difference between a puppet puppet adventure trilogy. Did you know what ventriloquist was all about before he actually got the puppet? I really had no idea what it was. Yeah. Oh my God. That's the thing I've ever seen. Wanted to try. And so I again, I'm trying to piece the story together here. But I guess after you got that puppet, you entered some local competitions, and in your hometown, and then in Oklahoma. And that's how this whole ball got rolling right? Alex. Whinnying..

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"darcy lynn" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

06:40 min | 2 years ago

"darcy lynn" Discussed on KTOK

"Declines the Academy Award for best actor for his career, reviving performance in the godfather native, American actress, Sashi little feather, attended the ceremony and Brando's place stating that the actor very regretfully could not accept the award as he was protesting. Hollywood portrayal of native Americans in film this week in one thousand nine hundred ninety nine and historic peace agreement was signed at the White House. Egyptian President Anwar L Sadat and Israeli Prime Minister Munaf in bagan signed the peace agreement ending three decades of hostilities between Egypt in Israel and establishing diplomatic and commercial ties this week in one thousand nine hundred eighty one president Ronald Reagan is shot in the chest outside of Washington DC hotel by John Hinckley, jR, the president was walking with his entourage to his limousine. When Hinckley standing among a group of reporters fired six shots at the president hitting Reagan and three of his attendance after firing the shots was overpowered pinned against the wall. Wall and President Reagan apparently unaware that he'd been shot was shoved into his limousine by a secret service agent and rushed to the hospital. If you didn't know, the president would recover and be just fine and this week in one thousand nine hundred five the longest strike in major league baseball history. Ends major league baseball players are some back to work because of the strike the nineteen ninety four World Series was cancelled. It was the first time baseball did not crown a champion in eighty nine years. That's your look back at this week in history. I always enjoy talking to Oklahoma's newest sweethearts leave NewsRadio one thousand K, okay on Oklahoma's first news and Oklahoma's newest sweetheart is none other than Darcy lamb who as we speak is on the road in the middle of her newest tour Darcy what's the name of that tour dark and friends fresh out of the box. And I know you're literally on the road right now. Are you getting any time off for spring break at all? Actually. Yeah. I'm in the car with my whole family. We're headed to Dallas for little mini trip. Well, good. I'm glad you're getting some time off because this is one grueling tour. You're going to be winding up in Oklahoma City at the Civic Center music hall on may twelfth. We'll get to that. Just. Yeah. We'll get to that in just a minute though. But what can we expect from this from this tour? What are we going to see we haven't seen from Darcy? Well, we're gonna have a lot of new songs, and it's just gonna be a great show. Just bring your whole family, and you're gonna laugh, and you're gonna probably sing along. Have a good time and relaxing. Well, I know it takes a lot to plan out a show like this Darcy Lynn when you are coming up with material where who's the first Guinea pig for your material? Is it mom is a dad the brothers your agent. Well, actually, we do have like a collaboration between me, my parents, and my ventriloquist coat Gary Owen who lives here in Oklahoma City. Yeah, we know Gary very well. Yeah. Sounds like a big collaboration. But I do have. No, yes. Well, I I'm a singer. And I know you are love singing in in our big singer. And I've been through voice coaching. I know you have to and correct me if I'm wrong, the voice coaches number one mantra open your mouth and let the sound out. But that's difficult to go from that. Or is it difficult to go from that mindset to the ventriloquist mindset where you can't open your mouth Cowan? I just have to figure out a way around it happened that. It's really fun to do it. And I wanna yeah. I love I love it. But it is hard. Well, we can tell you love it because you're very good at it. And someone who loves what they do always makes what makes what what is difficult. Look very easy. And and maybe you get that from other people who talk to you about how easy you make it. Yeah. Darcy Lynn her show is may twelfth Civic Center music, hall, Darcy Lennon, friends out of the box, and you can get your tickets now Darcy when when when you pick a song you like to sing when you pick a song is there, a particular form of music style of music you like better than others. No, not really. I try to pick song that go along with the puppets personality. I personally like we're seeing pop music, but I try to go and find songs that appealed to have this personality. You know, what they like their style. And then I I want to see Darcy Lynn and friends out of the box Civic Center music hall on the twelfth of may tickets on sale. And that's why we're telling you about it now, and you have had time to to be a fourteen year old in the midst of this grueling tour. Do you get some time to come back home? Yeah. I this summer I have a huge break all the whole month of June and some super summer camp and just relax to hang out with my friends. Is it a challenge to keep up with the schoolwork? Yeah. Definitely I go to a public school here. No, home city deer creek. And I am an eighth grader, and it is a challenge to try to get my schoolwork done, but I really like going to public schools. So I do I I don't want to help with school. So I gotta keep it up. And it is seems to be working for you Darcy limb and friends out of the box is the name of the tour may twelfth is the key is the date Civic Center music hall here in Oklahoma City, and as far as as Gary, you know, what Gary Owens is a good friend of our program here. What's the biggest advice? He's given you in coaching you. Have you always tell me just have fun? 'cause I get so worked up in here. And it really works. And with all the all the concerts that you've done. Imagine you've seen a lot of different concert tall concert halls at this time. Yeah. I've seen so many theaters they've all been awesome and arguing so pretty. And. Back here at Jewish show here, my home, I know you are glad to see you too. Tickets are available now for the may twelfth program. It is Darcy Lynn and friends out of the box at.

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"darcy lynn" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

06:40 min | 2 years ago

"darcy lynn" Discussed on KTOK

"Declines the Academy Award for best actor for his career, reviving performance in the godfather native, American actress, Sashi little feather, attended the ceremony and Brando's place stating that the actor very regretfully could not accept the award as he was protesting. Hollywood portrayal of native Americans in film this week in one thousand nine hundred ninety nine and historic peace agreement was signed at the White House. Egyptian President Anwar, Al Sadat and Isreaeli prime minister Munaf in bagan signed the peace agreement ending three decades of hostilities between Egypt in Israel and establishing diplomatic and commercial ties this week in one thousand nine hundred eighty one president Ronald Reagan is shot in the chest outside of Washington DC hotel by John Hinckley, jR, the president was walking with his entourage to his limousine. When Hinckley standing among a group of reporters fired six shots at the president hitting Reagan and three of his attendance after firing the shots was overpowered and pinned against the wall. Wall and President Reagan apparently unaware that he'd been shot was shoved into his limousine by a secret service agent and rushed to the hospital. If you didn't know, the president would recover and be just fine and this week in one thousand nine hundred five the longest strike in major league baseball history. Ends major league baseball players are sent back to work because of the strike the nineteen ninety four World Series was cancelled. It was the first time baseball did not crown a champion in eighty nine years. That's your look back at this week in history. I always enjoy talking to Oklahoma's newest sweethearts, I've Leigh Matthews NewsRadio one thousand Katie okay on Oklahoma's first news and Oklahoma's newest sweetheart is none other than Darcy lamb who as we speak is on the road in the middle of her newest tour Darcy, what's the name of that tour document in friends fresh out of the box. And I know you're literally on the road right now, you're getting anytime offer spring break at all. Actually. Yeah. I'm in the car with my whole family. We're headed to Dallas for little mini trip. Well, good. I'm glad you're getting some time off because this is one grueling tour. You're going to be winding up in Oklahoma City at the Civic Center music hall on may twelfth. We'll get to that. Just. Yeah. We'll get to that in just a minute though. But what can we expect from this from this tour? What are we going to see we haven't seen from Darcy? Well, we're gonna have a lot of new songs, and it's just gonna be a great show. Just bring your whole family, and you're gonna laugh and you're going to probably sing along. Have a good time and relaxing. Well, I know it takes a lot to plan out a show like this Darcy Lynn when you are coming up with material who's the first Guinea pig for your material is it mom, dad. The brothers your agent. Well, actually, you have like a collaboration between me, my parents, and my ventriloquist coach Gary Owen who lives here. Oh, yeah. We know Gary very well. Yeah. Up like a big collaboration. But I do have snow. Yes. Well, I singer. And I know you are love singing in in our big singer. And I've been through voice coaching. I know you have to and correct me if I'm wrong, the voice coaches number one mantra open your mouth and let the sound out. But that's difficult to go from that. Or is it difficult to go from that mindset to the ventriloquist mindset where you can't open your mouth Cowan? I just have to figure out a way around it. And I have been that. It's it's really fun to do it. And I to. Yeah. I love I love it. But it is hard. Well, we can tell you love it because you're very good at it. And someone who loves what they do always makes what makes what what is difficult. Look very easy. And and maybe you get that from other people who talk to you about how easy you make. Yeah. Darcy Lynn her show is may twelfth Civic Center music, hall, Darcy Lennon, friends out of the box, and you can get your tickets now Darcy when when when you pick a song, you know, you you like to sing when you pick a song is there, a particular form of music style of music you like better than others. No, not really. I try to pick song that go along with the puppets personality. I personally like listening to pop music, but I try to go and find songs that I, you know, appealed to the this personality, you know, what they like their style. And then I want to see Darcy Lynn and friends out of the box Civic Center music hall on the twelfth of may tickets on sale. And that's why we're telling you about it now, and you have had time to be a fourteen year old in the midst of this grueling tour. Do you get some time to come back home? Yeah. I this summer I have a huge break all the whole month of June and some super summer camp and just relax to hang out with my friends. Is it a challenge to keep up with the schoolwork? Yeah. Definitely I go to a public school here. No, home city deer creek. And I am any greater, and it is a challenge to try to get my schoolwork done that I really like going public schools. So I do I I don't want to help the school. So I gotta keep it up. And it is seems to be working for you Darcy limb and friends out of the box. The name of the tour may twelfth is the is the date Civic Center music hall here in Oklahoma City, and as far as as Gary, you know, what Gary Owens is a good friend of our program here. What what's the biggest advice? He's given you in coaching you. Tell me just have fun. So worked up in here. And it really works. And with all the all the concerts that you've done. I imagine you've seen a lot of different concert hall at concert halls at this time. Yeah. I've seen so many years. They've all been awesome in argon. So crazy. And. Back here Jewish show here my home. I know you are glad to see you too. Tickets are available now for the may twelfth program. Darcy Lynn and friends out.

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"darcy lynn" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

12:02 min | 2 years ago

"darcy lynn" Discussed on KTOK

"KT, okay dot com, and I am also up on social media. No. They are not killing babies to make vaccines if you're against abortion. Okay. If you against vaccines. Okay. But there really is no logical way to connect those two because they do not the it's not happening. It's simply not that's propaganda. In fact, here we go another gun ban in the works. And again, it's not gonna make it any safer. Thank you. And I nor the people of New Zealand where it's going to be happening, and we'll get into that Oklahoma's newest sweetheart Darcy Lynn is going to be joining us from her new tour, and that tour will be making a stop in Oklahoma City. I'll tell you when and where and where you can. Get tickets. Plus, we'll talk to Dr ceiling, you know, what I know from Darcy she likes to sing. And in fact, became a ventriloquist because she had stage fright about singing in front of a group of people. But having the puppet on stage than the puppet could do the singing, well, if you've ever been through any type of singing or singing training, the vocal coaches tell you one thing over and over and over and over and over again all penned up your mouth, I'm out of our sow. Even a even a vowel like I. They want you to open your mouth and let that out. Well, in ventriloquists, you can't very well do that. Now, can you? So how does she do it? I'll ask her coming up on NewsRadio one thousand Katie. Okay. The new move with Boeing and questions as to what Boeing's relationship with the FAA was we'll get into that too. Coming up on NewsRadio one thousand Katie okay, come meal, and this is a male Camille, it's a Middle Eastern. Spelling of Camille says Lee, we're talking about getting rid of the electoral college. There would be a second war of secession shortly after any elimination the electoral Carlin, college, honestly, I'm appalled that Democrats are now calling for the end of the electoral college. But I'm not surprised. Abraham LINCOLN became president ultimately freed the blacks from slavery had there been no electoral college. Slavery would have continued for decades longer the electoral college corrected a moral failing in the United States. It's the elimination would prevent future failings and failures from being corrected and coming up your absolately, right? And no, they aren't going to eliminate the electoral college. Okay. The Democrats are talking it up because they're trying to motivate their base. They're trying to make it seem like your vote didn't count in two thousand sixteen your vote didn't count in twenty eighteen because the electoral college. That's why. When in fact, it did. Especially if you lived in a minority area. So it would take a constitutional not just a constitutional amendment, but a convention. To get rid of the twelfth amendment, which is the electoral college method. And I got a message earlier today. What about these states who are trying to go with? No, these are proposing a joint proposal, many states are joining. That would throw their electoral votes to the popular vote in an election. But that is a lot like a convention of the states. A majority of the states would have to agree to do that before everybody can do that. So that's what that's all about that. That's not becoming law. They're not wiping out the electoral college. And Doug writes. Now, they wanna stack the supreme court by increasing their number just like Roosevelt again that would require a constitutional convention to amend the constitution. So that they could increase the amount of of justices on the supreme court. There's nothing in the constitution about the number of justices. But but there is a law. There is a there is a law, and there is a hierarchy set up in that constitution the constitution for that supreme court. So that's not going to happen either. If FDR couldn't get it done get done here. A dictator. He was damn near a dictator. April writes, I couldn't catch your whole show today. Lebron thank you for posting this, and she has the map that electoral college map you've seen it going around. It shows all the blue counties of the county map of the United States and highlighted in. Blue are the blue counties are the counties that went blue and gave their electoral votes to the electoral college. And it's a it's huge. I mean, you can see most of New York you can see most of California blue some speckles of blue throughout Ohio and Virginia. But the rest is gray. And basically, that's a that's a big demonstration of what the electoral college is all about had the popular vote decided that's who is president and policy would be decided by California, New York. Sometimes texas. Matt Boston, Massachusetts where all the dents states. Are that's that's who would decide and it's that simple east eastern seaboard down Florida. Yeah. That's all pretty much purple or blue now and the west coast with Chicago in the middle eight four zero one thousand star one thousand on NewsRadio one thousand Katie, okay? Michael Bauer is joining us from New York, New York and with twenty four seven news, Michael one of the most controversial parts of Alexandria accounts. Yorker tells is green new deal is the upgrade of all existing buildings in the US to green energy now after my phone problems that I experienced earlier today if that included the Matthews office building. And the question is would it be possible? If you're talking about the Matthews office building, the answer is no. Well, that's a great question. Because this building among many in New York City, I think is about to we're the find out how about that. We know that this is a lofty aspiration in regards to deal more controversial one you've got existing buildings that need to be met with the highest energy standards. New ones that's fairly easy to do. So new buildings getting to that level is cake, but hundreds of year old building that's going to be a different story, and you're looking at buildings being responsible for about forty percent of the greenhouse gases in the US, and that comes from them, you know, burning the fossil fuels, which at this point primarily natural gas. But also, there's heating oil that's still being in New York City to heat and cool the water and space inside the buildings. So with that you're looking at New York City about to face their first embarked on whether or not this is something they're going to be able to do. Now there have been other states, California for one has been working on this for a long period of time even last year governor Jerry Brown signed an executive order that targeted statewide net zero carbon emissions by twenty forty five. And my hometown of San Jose Calif. Have been implementing building standards for a longer time. In fact, they've got two point. We're all new residential buildings are net carbon neutral by next year. They've been keeping up with that. But that's California. It's an entirely different story when you're looking at other places across the country. Right. I mean DC has kind of jumped on board with that concept. Washington state Massachusetts is in Minneapolis has been doing a similar thing in boulder. Colorado all trying to kind of get to the point where they can start to affect the newer buildings and then move into the older building range, but New York City is about to get tested on this in a very big way. They had been being fought tooth and nail by landlords saying they don't want to spend the money to have to do these upgrades on their their older building some of them hundreds of years old. And now there's going to be a brand new remarkable Bill that is going to mandate a forty percent reduction in emissions from large buildings by twenty thirty in New York City rising to eighty percent by twenty fifty. And again, it's been hard fought until recently where you've got legislation supplementary. Coming in that would establish a loan program for those landlords to make the upgrades and landlords seem relatively happy. With that portion now where those loans are coming from. I don't know. I imagine taxpayer dollars here. But it's expected to pass as early as next month. And we're gonna see this battle taken to the streets of New York in regards to these giant buildings in what has to be done to retrofit them. Now, we're talking retrofitting. We're just trying to come up with more efficient means of air conditioners. Maybe non chlorofluorocarbon gases used with these air conditioners. We're not talking about. We're not talking about putting a windmill on on the top of the Bill. To the best of my knowledge. There's no windmills that are planning on going up there. Although I think people might still find it interesting and somewhat archaic to see that. There are rainwater catchers on top of some buildings in New York City, the do provide to a certain extent cooling for some of those buildings. But that said that doesn't look like the windmills are going to happen. But no, it's looking to on a certain level here. And we've seen it across these different parts of the country where they're looking to do an electric occasion, meaning spending less natural gas, electrifying everything your air conditioning, your heating, all of that element there with a newfound version of electric vacation that sort of less impactful on the environment. So that's what they're looking into. What this green new deal is trying to push really hard and saying you should have this done in a ten to twelve we're ten to twelve year timeframe is incredibly optimistic considering you've got to look at places like New York City. You've gotta look at big cities like Boston, another really old cities in cities all over the country that have incredibly old buildings lots of them and go how are we? Going to retrofit. This is they're going to be a grandfather law or something that comes into play that, you know, certain buildings of an age don't necessarily have to go through the same motions everybody. But again, if you're trying to get every building done intended twelve years that seems a little bit on the over the top side one of the things that green new dealers. Love to bring up is the fact that John Kennedy challenged the nation to get to the moon by nineteen by the end of the decade and that he did. So after he issued that challenge and so if we can get a man to the moon, we should be able to get this done. And and my my whole thing about the difference between getting to the man to the moon is number one. It was for defense purposes. Not for feel good purposes. Number two, John Kennedy was only talking about spending. Maybe one percent of the US budget. Not one hundred fifty percent of the us budget, and John Kennedy wasn't asking us all to pay more rent higher insurance rates, etc. Yeah. So so there's lots of different elements again with his green new deal that are going to have to be gone over rethought. I think I think there are parts of it. That are very deep an explanation and other parts that are incredibly vague explanation. That are going to have to be worked over here. But, but I think the concept is and maybe this is the move that she's trying to make their you're right. The defenders do go back to that. They also go back to wolf the president is going to put the space force together. Why can't we get buildings that are more energy efficient those kinds of questions come into play here? I think it's just the really honestly what it comes right down to it is that we as Americans shoot for lofty goals all the time. We should be able to achieve those lofty goals on some level. Now, there is a portion of what we're seeing from these individual states that are currently doing this exploration in and for years have been doing this exploration and trying to take care of the energy efficiency within their city, state, etc. But there's also bigger elements to that we're seeing the places like Vancouver British Columbia. They have a situation where they're going for to truly ambitious plan to. Completely decarbonised electric transportation and buildings by twenty fifty and one of the things that they're planning on doing trying to get the city to get as many building some of them have been retrofitted, some not as many as as possible hooked up to the city's district heating system, which will then be shifted over to renewable biomass to begin that process..

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"darcy lynn" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

03:12 min | 2 years ago

"darcy lynn" Discussed on KTOK

"And as usual, I am up on social media love to chat with you either on Facebook or on Twitter. I'll try as hard as I can to respond while I'm on the air. But sometimes there's things going on. And it's difficult to do and a bunch to chat about today yesterday. I talked about that eighteen year old goes to a parochial school for those of us for mouth that means it's a religious school. Usually, it means he's Catholic, and he is eighteen and his senior year and is being banned from coming back to school for twenty one days because he hasn't had his chicken pox vaccination. And I basically said, you know, it's okay to have rigid religious beliefs. It's okay to not take the chicken pox vaccine. But it's not okay to sue the school for a policy that is designed to protect the rest of the students and did that I knew it would elicit some response. But I didn't know illicit this kind of response one of the one of the issues that the kid had with the vaccine was that he doesn't believe in vaccines. Because they quote are made from aborted babies and quote. To which I said, no that isn't how it's done. Anyway, that had a lot of reaction to get into that coming up on NewsRadio one thousand Katie. Okay. And let me repeat my wreck. My my my stance for the record. If you do not want to take vaccines, and you do not want your children to take vaccines. I'm completely fine with that. You probably better homeschool because just about every private and public school will insist you have vaccines for health reasons. And number two. I don't think you're very wise. If you choose not to, but we'll get into all all coming up on NewsRadio one thousand KT. Okay. I'm more pleasant stack. Here we go and other gun ban in the works, and as usual, it's not gonna make anyone any safer, and I'll tell you what I think you can tell me what you think Oklahoma's newest sweetheart Darcy Lynn is joining me she is actually on the road right now because she's on tour, but that tour will be making a stop in Oklahoma City. I'll tell you when and where to get your tickets, and she will join us a little later in the show on NewsRadio one thousand Katie. Okay. And what kind of relationship does Boeing the manufacturer have with the FAA? Now. Here's the reason we ask it's come to light that in the midst of all of this questions about the seven thirty seven max, eight jets. It's come that. The Boeing was doing its own safety checks FAA was just like, you know, what you do your own safety checks and just let us know. And we're good with that. And I'm okay with that to a certain extent and not I'll give you an example. The FCC requires me personally to keep a public file and because my company. Iheartradio, so good at keeping public file the FCC seldom auditors seldom. And maybe they had a similar relationship with Boeing, but we'll get into that with Bill Zimper. That's later in the show two on NewsRadio one thousand..

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"darcy lynn" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

10:39 min | 2 years ago

"darcy lynn" Discussed on KTOK

"Darcy Lynn joins us this afternoon at five with me Lee Matthews NewsRadio one thousand KT. Okay. Rod Rosenstein has announced that he is not resigning right now. He's going to wait. A while. Why why do they Rosenstein would be delaying his resignation? Well, it probably has something to do with the release of the Muller report. And there's a. Here's a headline here. Drudge page Muller gets ready anticipate, you know, I'm starting to get suspicious. Folks, we've had all of these leaks. We've had all of these people saying, you know, what Muller didn't find anything. You know, what there isn't any collusion? Baller? Didn't find any gloomy reports? Going to be a big nothing. I'm starting to get suspicious because I don't trust these. I don't trust these people in the media, and I don't trust their leaking sources. I don't trust the genuineness of these people have all they trick play all the time. They are masters of deceit. They engage in psychological manipulation. And I I'm just I'm gonna wait. I'm not going to sit here and join the chorus that Muller didn't come up with it being because this guy can invent anything. He wants he's already invented a charge that I think he applied to to to Flynn conspiracy against the United States. There's no such charge in the Federal Register very isn't any such charges made it up. It make up whatever charge. He wants. He can alleged anything that he wants. Anticipate -pointment, then we get stories. Hey, he's still conducting the investigation is you'll doing interviews. This report is not imminent. He got President Trump out there saying release it release it whenever this thing is made available. I want the American people to see it. So we can assume from that that somebody in the White House is not very concerned about what it's going to say. So would we sit here and think the White House could be fooled could the White House? Be tricked could the White House be bamboozled. That's not the question. Could there be somebody in the White House bamboozling and tried to trick Trump who he thinks his loyal? But two years. Here's the thing. Folks. My my problem. I hope I'm wrong here. But I've never heard of an independent council at the end of an investigation. Sorry didn't find much of what we were looking for. We found to Manson Larry stuff here like Flynn. Manafort knows Russia trolls. But in terms of Trump colluding with the Russians didn't find that. You really think? After all this time. I'll believe it when I see it. I hope it's the case. But I do empire ratings have sunk to an all time low empire is the TV show starring the famous hoax ter-. And sometimes actor and sometime singer jussie smollet or small let. Probably ended a line for that program. Immigration court backlog up to three hundred percent. Ice drops three busloads of illegals at bus station, churches scrambled to provide shelter. What do you make of this this never ending contract hall between President Trump and the ghost of Senator McCain? Well, let's get into some of this stuff, by the way. Mike Huckabee just put out a tweet, and this stuff is all have you heard the story Beto O'Rourke after he lost his election that Ted Cruz? He didn't immediately go home and reacquaint himself with his family. He went on a personal redemption tour to eat dirt. Did you hear about this? Well, I'm not I'm not making Beto O'Rourke. I he has his is a member of this hacker community is a as a young guy and he dreamed of running over kids with his car. Now, we find out that he ate dirt after he lost his election the Ted Cruz. We also know did you know that he fed his wife a baby turned under the under the premise that. It was promoting familial relationships and health. Did you hear that you didn't hear that? Okay. So better dreams of running over kids Beto eight dirt after losing to cruzi fed his wife little baby charges tiny little thing. No big deal. He thought he was Hispanic at one time and used to hack computers, and George Conway thinks that Donald Trump has got some kind of mental disease. How in the world has bettle O'Rourke? Where is the George Conway of Washington examining battle or feeding his wife a baby turned I'm sorry, folks. If it makes comfortable here. Snerdley is facing scrunched up. And I know. Eight eight dirt because of the nutritious nutritional value and becoming one with nature and and something about recharging his existence after such a depleting experiences. The campaign. He thought he was Hispanic Elizabeth Warren thought she was what Cherokee? And an Indian. Donald Trump is not. We're going nuts. We're going nuts. Tracking all this stuff. To have this Hickenlooper guy, the first place somebody named Hickenlooper actually is running for the presidency. That is a triumph of optimism over sense. My name is Hickenlooper. What does that mean? You don't want to know that if I ever had to give you one you'd find out you mean, you could give me a Hickenlooper. Oh, yeah. But you don't wanna know what this guy's running for president. And you know that. He just killed his pregnancy a presidency. So he's out there asking, hey, wait a minute now. How come all? These women candidates are not being forced to put a male vice presidential running mate on their ticket. How come every male running for the democratic presidential nomination feels obligated to say that he might name a female running mate? Well, why aren't the women running obligated to say they put a male, you know, where this comes from Joe bite me. I think this is a trial balloon. I can't really believe he Siri. Joe bite me. Nickname plugs. Has decided he's going to he's putting it out there that he really really serious about making Stacey Abrams is vice presidential running mate. Now who is Stacey Abrams. Well, she is a African-American democrat friend of Oprah's. You can't tell the two apart. And she ran for governor of Georgia and lost because of racism and bigotry and vote fraud at homophobia and global warming and under storms. And it was really unfair. What happened to her really really unfair? She deserved to win because she big an African American and a democrat. She deserved to win. And she didn't she lost a Republican just not fair. Had Oprah campaigning for is no way to should Hillary win an air did a couple of things at least my video. She should've have she didn't win. She was really cheated. No word yet on whether the Russians were involved, but anyway. She was old that seat at American citizens in Georgia denied her that seat. So we've gotta get rid of the voting system in Georgia, and we have got to fix this and the way to fix it is to make her vice president that's the only way to pay her back for the indignity. She suffered. Being an American running for the governorship of New Jersey and losing of Georgia and losing how unfair how unamerican how racist how bigoted how homophobic I'm just throwing it all in there. I don't know if she actually thinks that. This is how the Democrats reacted. She was a slam dunk shiver going to win remember should refuse to concede after all the votes were in because of voter fraud. Not enough fellow drill out to vote. I don't know what it was. But. She was out there really really ticked off. And so here comes bite me. See Biden thinks that the entire democrat party the entire democrat voting base thinks that Stacey Abrams is the greatest thing. That's ever come down the democrat party pike, except maybe for Obama, and the indignity. The indignity being denied the governorship of Georgia by a bunch of crackers in that state who didn't vote for her. They only pay back. The only way we can make reparations to make our vice president. That's what Biden is testing. He's testing to see if this is what democrat voters think this is what I think. I can say trial balloon a. A leak designed to gauge. Reaction. And it also is a lake is designed to make bite me. Look really really good while he's willing to put an African American woman on their ticket. Wow. What a great guy bite me is. I mean, that's how Democrats six you have to do anything. You just have to make it look like you appear open minded, not racist, bigoted, not homophobic. And what have you? Let me take brief time out. Up against the time. Again, we'll come back and do we have. Yes, we'll get started on the phones right after he didn't.

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"darcy lynn" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

02:45 min | 2 years ago

"darcy lynn" Discussed on KTOK

"Sweetheart Darcy Lynn joins us this afternoon at five with me Leigh Matthews NewsRadio one thousand T, okay. Record. He totally right. Yeah. Holy wreck. Came in here in a good mood. I come in a good mood. And I thought, you know, here's a way to here's a way to to take even the bad news and make it fun. Do says to me. How long can this be fun? And I'm what how long can this be fun forever? Halsey turtle. Turtle fun all day. I died you that was the answer to the question. There is no limit on the amount of time. You could tell. Which is odd because we just done twenty years of radio without doing it all the time why not all the time because you used to have to pass out. That's why it's really hard on you sucked helium into your your lungs into your lung pattern. I used to do it. We would do it once a week and Tuesday helium Tuesday, and it would it almost killed us. We did it in the lottery sells. We did it because we like our audience. Yes. Well, we love our audience our audience helium to loved it. I would say I was speaking up as an advocate for the audience to question. How long you planned on doing the helium? There is no time limit on it. There is none. I said to him. I said I could read any story and funny, and he was like, no, it's not. And I said let me let me read a good news story, Libya read, the Trump poll numbers with helium, and it's great. And he's like it should be for things that are bad. And I'm like, I know that's I know that's what we talked about it. It does do that. But it also works on any store works on almost anything. There's nothing else anything. So there is a limit. Party. I suck. I'm asking you a science question, which is is there. A theoretical limit to how long you could tell. No, no, did you ever do its regular stops being because he would kill you. If you did it every day. Why would it kill you? If you have a if you have if you have a way of doing it, we have it. Now, I just got it. I got a new toy. We got a new toy. It does all kinds of things, but I stopped. Helium? Let's just pretend. What's great? Let's just pretend we didn't have this conversation on the air. And we're just starting the break all over. But on helium this time. Stews rectus. Everybody.

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"darcy lynn" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

Pet Life Radio

11:50 min | 2 years ago

"darcy lynn" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

"We're back from a lot. Just check the paper. And we had a record showing the box the litter box that is now back to over. Here's arden. Welcome back to the show on life radio. I'm your host Ardmore in the house. Well somewhere in LA. I'm here in Dallas, my producers and the south Florida area is an amazing talent by the name of preacher Lawson, and we're delighted to have him as our special guest. Today. We've been talking to a little bit about his role as host of these soon to be airing worlds. Most amazing dog competition. That's airing February seventh on Facebook watch. But I'm hoping we can get into the America got talent season twelve and what you're doing now. So one thing I loved when I was rooting for you and season twelve you have fresh acts, and you just can you kind of describe your comedic style. I am very goofy silly energetic as my stop came in. You know, I I'm just I'm unapologetically me. And that's my style his super physical. I moving around a lot of states. Yeah. And yeah, very good gestures. Or now, would you mind you went to the final she finished in the top ten season twelve. And now, you're back is there one of the sketchy, you wouldn't mind just doing a little bit on. I was thinking about one ac- you had something about or you say some jokes right now. Would you know? If you want me to say so problems you to set me up. You may. So you're doing stand on the show how out right now. That's not a jokes work because because. Because there has to be a surprise element. Well, I work I work on that. Well, speaking of surprising, what some talent that people may not expect that you have. I mean, we do know play the piano. Okay. And what type of music do you play? Jess. Nice to have a dog named jazz. He couldn't play the piano, but I just love jazz. So he was a corgi those short dogs with. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. I wish jazz was still around because his world's most amazing dog talent was I would put a picture of the Queen Elizabeth in front of him. And I would say jazz the Queen of of England's coming to visit and he would sit caucus head and do a Royal wave the short leg. It's not jumping rope. Right. That s that's worth one hundred thousand dollars, man. I wish he was still around. I have a dog named Kona right now. And her talent is she's a terrier mix and got her from the shelter com. Shelter lumps. And she actually helps me teach pet. I ate I go all over the country and teach that narrowly approved pet for state. So strangers are pretending to give her CPR and rescue brass and fixing a fake broken leg. And she does it with the tail wag. What do you think of that one insane? Yeah. It is. I don't know do CPR. I don't either around me, but he used Jesus 'cause. Will you would have to be a dog or cat for me to save your life because I only know pet CPR? I'm not talented. I guess enough earn anything. So tell us about how do you build an audience and YouTube and things like that, you know, with some of the goals, you have for two thousand nineteen of two thousand nineteen I have I wanna be on. I want to host the show which I doing that right now. Good goals. I want to buy a house. Oh, nice will be a part of his major sitcom or I want to be on a movie or something like that. I want to build my subscribers up my following up to another level. And I just want to keep moving. I just wanna keep on going forward. My special. I want to do a lot of things I want to book another season, the world's most amazing dog. I think we're going to be rooting for you on that. And when you were in season twelve two years ago did that open a lot of doors for you to be able to do some stand up gigs. Or what happens people always wondering when somebody does really well on American talent what what happens then as my life money now, wait more friends and family members than I remember. I get the tour. People know, why am so it's pretty cool. What's going on tour? You know, people see me. I mean, I've I've epi we'll see with like three times now, which is pretty crazy. We'll tell us about the champions. This is kind of a special competition for America's got talent for the three people out there that don't know what's going on right now. Tell us three because it's a very popular show. You're getting a lot of face time. I mean Jambi is pretty much just the all star of miracles got talent. That's what is just they. They just take all the people that was on got talent. And that was fusion they just knew the favorites fan favorites. Whatever they put us on the show. And these have fun. I guess like Disney World for is fun. There's a lot of fun all every comedian every top comedian was on this show. Oh, yeah. Yeah. And on this show, we got to give you a little brag here. I mean guys preacher loss in advance to the finals because he received the most votes from super fans of the United States. Thank you could be the president of comedy of the United States. I hope not. Yeah. That says some doesn't it for the fans to give you the usher into the finales officer. Sure. All right. This is a lot. I mean, it's pretty crazy. This whole thing's still pretty surreal. I mean, it's weird. But yeah, do you work out. I mean, I see you on stage. And you, you know, and if you actually guys I want y'all go to the Facebook page for the world's most amazing dog. And there's you and George Lopez and all and you're I guess you're trying to channel your inner dog there your wiggling in front of the camera. Can you tell us a little bit about that your camp because I I don't know which talking about all right? Right now. Amazing dog and give you time. And they have George Lopez near not enough. And they said George Lopez up he was a dog his characteristics of his Breen is he has a friendly. Bark quirky annex confident, and they dig is is and whiskers and he gets zero points for frisbee skills. Now, we're going to my favorite preacher Lawson. You're a breed characteristic says you have high energy vocal, you're a great dancer, and you get a ten for attitude. You see them? Well, you're wearing like a burgundy shirt. Did you got the biggest grin on the planet? Yes. It all right. Right. Right, dancer and somebody named April. Allen says you're adorable and that you dance you look like a happy dog energetically wagging his tail. That's hilarious. There you go. Man. Here's a whole new gig. You can do probably after this hosting. I'm assuming this might be worked into a bit for your next stand up. Maybe. Yeah. That's crazy. So fun. I didn't see the associated. Yeah. Yeah. One of those football players when there's you know the show football game. And he's like doing the move, and they're like this guy this college. Oh, yeah. But you do it better. You've got fridge Lawson super loud officer, will you slap your knee to you that added points. Well, you look like a football player. I'm assuming you do a little working out. Actually, never worked got my life. Okay. This is body that just came you were born with it just happened. Just black genetic. I. I work. I love. Thanks. Bye. All right. Smart recovery. You know, what I mean like some people like to like some people like meditate, not do meditate. But like that's a form of meditation for me is working out. What kind of work out specifically, what do you do? You can just see you trying to lift up to BULLDOGS or something. What do you do with the dogs? No I in the next day. I'll run then I'll go to gym next box. Go the gym next time. I'll do the Culver city stairs will do next. How? How nice. Always do gym calisthenics gyms Kevin aesthetics and do is to run my dog. All the time these tiny. I will just leave of it. I'm like, man, you're so slow so. Get so tired. I was like I need a big dog because you're to have an app with me. Nah. I know. I know really. What was it about him? That said I want you to be my dog will made them dog. Was this girl was like, hey, you wanna dog? And I was like this is my chance it wasn't. I got stuck with a dog. You got the dog girl. Right. Yeah. She didn't want building. That's okay. But what did you think about being with think that changed my life before had dogs? Abused dogs. Like, my son is like my daughter the monkey can't be your Sawyer dot stupid because the different species than I got a dog. And I was like this is by that's right. That's right. Yeah. So what what's a life lesson? You think tank tight you wall reasonable big tank? Okay. I would say the I would say life lesson that feel like we all we Sinti and beans, right? We're all sentient beings that we all feel pain. We all have emotions we are. You know, in one of the biggest reasons he taught me is is to just be happy. You know, like his whole life was, you know, a dog's whole life revolved around you gonna have a worst day you get home in the dogs. Like, I don't know happened with your day. I'm having to see you. That's right. You come home. You're happy the happiest man. So glad you're home. And then it makes you feel better. So it's like it's helped me to just just be happy. Whatever you're going through most times not that serious. And you don't get dogs who heckle you like some in that audience. Right. Oh, mark. Yes. I did a dog one time though. So really, I'm sorry to hear that you had tread lightly. How do you handle hecklers? I mean, it's it's gotta be hard because it's a late night and people might be a little toasted. What do you do a little toasted? Well, my personality is I'm like, they'll superlight happy on stage. But I just talk about. I just talked about nice way, you know, it had just have fun as I usually usually they're not super meaning they're just super loud. And they say things like I'll be on stage. And they'll say something like I'll be I'll be like, oh, I went to the rest of the name. Like, I do that all the time. They do the nice. You know, or they always do this. We always say something about Darcy o b twelve your beat me. We're talking about Darcy Lynn. She kind of amazed me being so young gona Vegas. I was a little worried for her. She was only there for a few days. Yeah. Big Vegas little different. Yeah. I think so too there. There's some comedians that you that you kinda hang with or kind of bounce things off of or one or two your brother, Justin breath, Loretta Justin, and a few other comedians them friends with you know, I am really for the most part. I'm just yeah. Just kinda neat. I don't really hang out with that other comedians because I'm busy. Yeah. I think I talked to a few comedians J. He's pretty oh, okay. Why do you like him? Just he's a friend of mine. Yeah. 'cause you do, you know, you're in the in L A, and you got to separate the real from the veneer. Right. Yeah. I guess so yes, I don't really think like. Like that. As I think of everyone's whoever they present themselves to me, you know, do you think the fact that you with your mom and your and near sips, you moved around a lot kind of helped you develop an ability to make friends, or at least a the able to understand people and read them a little better than a few stayed in upstate in the Pacific northwest, all your life..

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"darcy lynn" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:31 min | 2 years ago

"darcy lynn" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Tweeting that Ozzy recently developed pneumonia spending time in the hospital through the worst part. She says, but doctors are advising you stay home to recuperate for a full six weeks. Jim taylor. CBS news in a magical night for the city of Waltham. Title. Jim Lim magician from Waltham wins. America's got talent that champions limb took the crowns during last night's finale over fourteen year old ventriloquist Darcy Lynn farmer at series featured past winners of the show competing against each other. With the champion determined by a fan vote, and he's the sailor in a most memorable. Nineteen Forty-five photo CBS's, Gary Nunn has more on the man caught on film, celebrating the end of World War Two George Mendosa was shown in the Alfred Eisenstaedt photo kissing Greenwich Zimmer a dental assistant in a nurse's uniform. The two had never met interviewed three years ago. He said she reminded him of nurses on a hospital ship that he earlier saw care for wounded, sailors. That's why I grabbed I saw Times Square at the time and don't say was with his wife, but the euphoria of the moment took control he was twenty two closer. I just grabbed I grabbed her has died at the age of ninety five. Gary Nunn, CBS news, one wants to be in the know. But in a world of too, much information and too little credibility. He told about who.

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"darcy lynn" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

Pet Life Radio

13:09 min | 2 years ago

"darcy lynn" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

"And make everyone feel like they're. We're back from the lot. Just check the paper. And we had a record showing the box the litterbox that is now back to over here. Here's our welcome back to the show on pet life radio. I'm your host Ardmore in the house. Well somewhere in LA. I'm here in Dallas. My producers in the south Florida area is an amazing talent by the name of preacher Lawson, and we're delighted to have him as our special guest. Today. We've been talking to him a little bit about his role as host of the soon to be airing worlds. Most amazing dog competition. That's airing February seventh on Facebook watch. But I'm hoping that we can get into the America got talent season twelve and what you're doing now. So one thing I loved when I was rooting for you and season twelve you have fresh acts, and you just can you kind of describe your comedic style. I am very goofy silly energetic as my stop came in. I I'm just I'm unapologetically me. And that's my style his cO super physical. I'm moving around a lot on stage. Yeah. And yeah, very good gestures. Or now, would you mind you went to the final who finished in the top ten season twelve? And now you're back is there one of the skits, you wouldn't mind just doing a little bit on. I was thinking about one A C, you had something about or you to say some jokes right now, would you mind? No. If you want me to say, so probably to set me up. Hey, so you're doing stand up on the show have out right now. That's not a joke because. Because they've got to be a surprise element. Well, I work on hour on that. Well, speaking of surprising, what some talent that people may not expect that you have. I mean, we do know play the piano. Okay. And what type of music do you play chess? Nice to have a dog named jazz. He couldn't play the piano, but I just loved jazz. So he was a corgi those short dogs with the likes. Yeah. I wish jazz was still around because his world's most amazing dog talent was I would put a picture of the Queen Elizabeth in front of him. And I would say jazz the clean of of England's coming to visit and he would sit caucus head and do a Royal wave the short leg. It's not jumping rope. Right. That s that's worth one hundred thousand dollars. Like man, I wish she was still around. I have a dog named Kona right now. And her talent is she's a terrier mix and got her from the shelter com. Shelter lumps. And she actually helps me teach pet. I date. I go all over the country and teach that Mary approved pet for state. So strangers are pretending to give her CPR and rescue brass and fixing a fake broken leg. And she does it with the tail wagged. What do you think of that one? Who didn't say? Yeah, it is. I don't know do CPR. Around me, but he used Jesus because of that. Were you would have to be a dog or cat for me to save your life creature 'cause I only know pet CPR? I'm not talented enough or anything. So tell us about how do you build an audience like an YouTube and things like that, you know, with some of the goals, you have for two thousand nineteen of two thousand nineteen I have I wanna be I wanna host the show which I doing that right now. Good goals. I want to buy a house. Oh, nice to be a part of major sitcom or I want to be on a movie or something like that. I want to build my subscribers up my following it up to another level of and I just want to keep moving. I just wanna keep doing going forward. I want my special. I wanna do a lot of things I want book another season, the world's most amazing. I think we're going to be rooting for you on that. And when you were in season twelve two years ago did that open a lot of doors for you to be able to do some stand up gigs. Or what happens people always wondering when somebody does really well on American talent. What what happens then Russia's my life? I have money now, wait for friends and family members that I remember. I get the tour. People know why I'm so I mean, it's pretty cool. What's going on tour? Or and people seeing me I be happy. We'll see with like three times now, which is pretty crazy. We'll tell us about the champions. This is kind of a special competition for America's got talent for the three people out there that don't know what's going on right now. Tell us the three because it's a very popular show. You're getting a lot of face time. I mean champions is pretty much just the all star of got talent. That's what is just they. They just take all the people that was all got talent Yudo fusion. They just knew the favorites fan favorites. Whatever they put us on the show. And these have fun. I guess like Disney World for that talent is fun. It's a lot of fun all every comedian every top comedian was on this show. Oh, yeah. Yeah. And. On this show. We got to give you a little brag here guys preacher loss advanced to the finals because he received the most votes from super fans of the United States. You could be the president of comedy of the United States. I hope not. What that means? That says some doesn't it for the fans to give you the usher into the finales for sure. All right. Some this is a lot. I mean, it's pretty crazy mean, this whole thing's still pretty surreal. I mean, it's weird. But yeah, do you work out. I mean, I see you on stage, and you know, and if you actually guys I want you all go to the Facebook page for the world's most amazing dog. And there's you in George Lopez. And all and you're I guess you're trying to channel your inner dog there. You're whittling in front of the camera. Can you tell a little bit about that yours camp? Because I I don't know what you're talking about. All right. All right now. Amazing dog and give your time. And they have George Lopez near not enough. And they said George Lopez up he was a dog his characteristics of his breed as he has a friendly bark quirky antics confident, and they dig is is and whiskers and he gets zero points for frisbee skills. Now, we're going to my favorite preacher Lawson. Your breed characteristic says you have high energy vocal, you're a great dancer, and you get a ten for attitude. You see them? Well, you're wearing like a burgundy shirt at the biggest grin on the planet. Yes. E the right evoke, right dancing. Somebody named April. Allen says you're adorable and that you dance you look like a happy dog energetically wagging his tail. That's hilarious. You go, man. Here's a whole new gig. You can do probably after this hosting. I'm assuming this might be worked into a bit for your next stand up. Maybe. Yeah. That's crazy. So fun. I didn't see this associated. Yeah. Yeah. One of those football players. There's you know the show the football game. And he's like doing some the move, and they're like this guy to this college. Oh, yeah. But you do it better. You've got. Fridge Lawson super loud often will you slap your need to you that had a points. Will you look like a football player? I'm assuming you do a little working out as she never worked got my life. Okay. This is body that just came you were born with it just happened. Just black genetic. I. I love my smart recovery. You know, what I mean like some people like to some people like meditate, not do better take. But like that's a form of meditation for me is working out. What kind of work out specifically, what do you do? You can just see you trying to lift up to BULLDOGS or something. What do you do? Dogs. No I bought the gym. Then the next day I'll run then I'll go to gym next box. The note go the gym next time. I'll do the Culver city stairs. Jeff next time. Oh. Just always do the gym calisthenics gyms Kevin aesthetics and do used to run my dog all the time these tiny. I will just leave of and I'm like, man, you're so slow. So we get so tired. Need a big dog because you're too you'd have an asthma attack me. Nah. I know really. Really? What was it about him? That said I want you to be my dog will made them my dog. Was this girl liked was like, hey, you wanna dog? And I was like this is my chance it wasn't. Got stuck with a dog the dog, girl, right? Yeah. She didn't want to be me. That's okay. But what did you think about being with think that changed my life? Chan before had dogs dogs. Like, my son is like my daughter can't be your saw your daughter stupid because the different species than I got a dog. And I was like this by that's right. Yeah. So what what's a life lesson? You think tank tight you wall reasonable vegans tank? Okay. I would say the would say life lesson that feel like we all sentient beans, right? The being is that we all feel pain. We all have motions. We are. You know, in one of the biggest reason he taught me is is to just be happy. You know, like his whole life was you know, a dog's whole life. They revolve around. You can have a worst day you get home in the dogs. Like, I don't know what happened with your day. I'm having to see you. That's right. You come home. You're happy the happiest man. So glad you're home. And then it makes you feel better. So it's like it's me to just just be happy. Whatever you're going through most times not that serious. And you don't get dogs who heckle you like some in the audience, right? Oh, mark. Yes. Dog one time though. So really, I'm sorry to hear that tread lightly. How do you handle hecklers? I mean, it's it's gotta be hard because it's a late night and people might be a little toasted. What do you do a little toasted? Yeah. Well, my personality I'm like, no superlight happy on stage. But I just talk about. I just talked about nice where it had just have fun badge. As usually usually they're not super, meaning they're just super loud. And they say things like I'll be on stage. And they'll say something like I'll be I'll be like, oh, I went to the rest of the day. Like, I do that all the time. They do the nice. You know, or they always do this. We always say something about Darcy b twelve young beat me. We're talking about Darcy Lynn, she she kind of amazed me being so young gona Vegas. I was a little worried for her. She was only there for a few days. Yeah. Vegas. Bays. A little different. Yeah. I think so too there. There's some comedians that you that you kinda hang with or kind of bounce things off of or one or two your brother, Justin, Justin, and, you know, Megan's them friends with you know, I really put the most part. I'm just yes me. I don't really hang out with the other comedians because I'm busy. Yeah. I think I talked to a few critical j I oh. Oh, okay. Why do you like him? I mean, just he's a friend of mine. Yeah. 'cause you do, you know, you're in the in L A, and you got to separate the real from the veneer. Right. Yeah. I guess so. Yes. Oh, but I don't really think of is like that. I think of everyone's whoever they present themselves to me, you know, you think the fact that you with your mom and your near sips, you moved around a lot kind of helped you develop an ability to make friends, or at least a be able to understand people and read them a little better than a few stayed in upstate, you know, the Pacific northwest all your life. Maybe. But it also growing commitment issues for me. Yeah. That's true. That's true of his mood around to the point. Where the first time I've called for year eight oh, no, wait on with the three schools schools moved around a lot. So I've made friends make friends makes sense. Yeah. Thank God for Facebook. Right. You can connect with people all over the place. Yeah. It's weird is almost like out the front salon Facebook. And then I'll I'll a person that. I feel like I haven't left. Yeah. Yeah. You don't feel that way. You never talked to someone. No, no. I I'm old broaden, you know, when people from your high school are saying hi to you and Facebook, and I'm like, oh my gosh. Where did the decades go, but you don't have to worry about that? You're still young man with good. Never get. No, no. I have a ninety five year old friend named flow. Who keeps me young preacher? She's got the best way I've ever met. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. She keeps me in line. If I do something bad. She tells me I'm dumber than bat shit. I didn't know batch. It was dumb, but I knew it stunk. But now, I know it's dumb too. So. Empties fan line. Hey, do you wanna do a shadow to any of your folks because we want to get you to win the champions?.

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"darcy lynn" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

07:17 min | 2 years ago

"darcy lynn" Discussed on KTOK

"Insurers a rocket-propelled grenade. Tomorrow off to the shoulder. I was discharged from the army, and I've been working with products since two thousand seven to be severely wounded a lot of guys have post traumatic stress disorder being able to share your story. Kind of helps you wrap your mind around. What did happen over there? My name is Laurie and yes, I do suffer from post myself. Don't suffer in silence, contact wounded warrior project dot org. So. Oklahoma's first news. Good morning from NewsRadio one thousand Kennedy. Okay. You know, our Elstein is the creator of the goosebumps series. Both the books and now the movie goosebumps, too, which is out on Blu Ray, tea and DVD with digital bonus features tomorrow morning is when it's officially released RL Stein is joining us now NewsRadio one thousand Katie. Okay. RL? What was the primary motivation for creating goosebumps in the first place. I think greed and stupidity. Oh, usually my main motivation. So there I was back. This is nineteen ninety two. And I was doing a series for teenagers. Scary series called fear street. We were killing off teenagers every book, and a my enders came to me and said, you know, no one has ever done a scary book series for seven to twelve year olds we should try one. And I said, no, I don't want to that's the kind of business. Goosebumps. Right. And then they talked me into it. And we, you know. Luckily, no one ever listens to me. And we brought out a few and they just took off. It was some kind of weird crazy miracle. Well, I I wanna say you are responsible for getting young men to read a long before you know, any any Harry Potter author came along. Yes. Well, ninety two I you know, it's been twenty six years of goosebumps. And I'm very proud when we started writing these books, we figured girls would read them. We never really figured boys. The the ruins children's publishing was girls. Read and boys. Don't. Yeah. And then when goosebumps came out the fan mail started coming in and it was fifty percent from boys we had boys and girls. So I'm very proud of that very proud of all the all the kids that we, you know, the main point of goosebumps visit to terrify kids, get them to read. Well, and you do it with compelling stories that they can relate to how do you do that? I that's my basic mental level. Here's. Well, I mean, I this is we're talking to RL Stein, the creator of goosebumps, and we're also celebrating goosebumps to on Blu Ray, tea and DVD which is out now with bonus features, and it's really come a long long way. But you kind of missed my generation, but I remember being that boy who didn't wanna read I wanted to do. And it wasn't until I got older maybe beyond the goosebumps age that I I really started embracing the joy of reading, and I wish that I had had something like like goosebumps in my day. Well, we were lucky we got up. We got the nineties kids. I love the ninety s we just captured that ninety generation really great thing. Well in goosebumps to can you give us what it's all about. What can we expect to see? And is it good for the whole family? Yeah. Basically, it is a lot of my early readers like in their thirties. Now right neighboring their kids. So we get the thirty five year olds. And we get the seven year olds we have to audiences for the film. So the film really is for the whole family, and it's about mainly sloppy. The dummy comes to life, and then brings all of Halloween to life all the pumpkins. Jack lanterns all the costumes in the store all the witch costumes that ghosts brings everything to life and terrorizing a town in these three kids have to find a way to stop sloppy RL Stein is with us and. I hope it doesn't offend our local hero Darcy Lynn who just won the America's got talent for being a ventriloquist. I don't know. I some people. I don't know why. I don't really get it. Ventriloquist's? Dummies just scary. Just funny. People are terrified by I get so much mail saying, oh, I'm terrified of dolls. Now. I'm terrified of dummy. Our our kids that you're writing too with goosebumps series RL Stein is with us on NewsRadio one thousand Katie. Okay. Are they are they better critics than than those who are in the adult world. Or are they worse? Critics. They're very good. Chris very honest. Okay. Here's a letter. I got last week from girl. Okay. Dear RL Stein. You're my second favorite author. That was the whole letter. That was it. Right, there, brutally honest goosebumps to on DVD and Blu Ray, it is out now on NewsRadio one thousand T. Okay. You and I share something in common in that. You are terrified by some of the childhood stories that should have been enchanting. I too was terrified by Pinocchio. And the the other one that really got me was wizard of Oz. I also go to a psychiatrist after seeing wizard of Oz. Would I liked that wouldn't bother me? Nokia was terrifying. Boys turning into donkeys. That was awful. Yeah. That's horrible. And you know, there's that one scene in the original Pinocchio where he's a wooden puppet any falls asleep with his feet on the stove. And he burns his feet off. Yeah. I think my mother read that to me when I was like three or four years old. Terrified. But do you think that's my horror career? I think I was gonna say did that inspire you to? Yeah. RL Stein is with us. He's a delight. And so is the goosebumps series. And again, if you're if you're if you had a mom like minded always trying to get us to read always trying and I'm I'm thankful. She did. Because if I wasn't a very good reader. I wouldn't be a very good radio guy RL Stein. Well, I think that's true. I I was a comic book freak when I was a kid. I didn't read books I stack of comic books that I read and I didn't really read until my mom drop me off at our local library and a librarian greeted me at the door. And she said, Bobby. I know you like comic books. I have something else. You might like. And she took me over to a shelf of Ray Bradbury story. Oh, and I read those I couldn't believe how wonderful. They were so creative in a magic all twist endings. And Ray Bradbury..

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"darcy lynn" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

12:08 min | 2 years ago

"darcy lynn" Discussed on KTOK

"Drive with Leigh. Matthews and you are a cool kit for listening this afternoon as we get into the weekend. Together, light rain falling and it is forty three. That's gonna continue tonight's. It'll slack off a little after about eleven o'clock, but still a good chance of rain through tomorrow morning, then cloudy and cold the rest of the weekend specifics coming up on NewsRadio one thousand Katie. Okay. My name is Leigh Matthews eight four. Oh, one thousand star one thousand my phone numbers. If you want to join in the conversation Leigh Matthews at KT. Okay dot com, Email address directly and a lot of people like to pop in on social media, which I'm up on. And would love to have you communicate that way as well. Resetting the scene we've been talking about the Trump administration and what they've got to lose. If Trump does declare a national emergency. I say not much he made his promise. And now he needs to do what he candle fill it. We did our firearms Friday segment which deals with heirloom firearms, and you can see the video blog at Katie. Okay dot com. If you wanna watch what we fired and here are comments on how to best take care of some of the older weapons, you might have planned around a little later on. We're going to hear from the man who created the goosebumps franchise and they newest Olympic hopefuls. May have God on their side. I'll tell you why coming up on NewsRadio one thousand Katie. Okay. Heading now to social media where Filbert rights Lee my cousin lives in Tulsa. And their local news had a story last night that our legislators are going to introduce school consolidation. What do you know about it? I don't know anything about it. But I will look into it. And I do believe this is something that can happen on a county by county basis. But I bet a lot of those legislators especially in the larger metropolitan areas like Oklahoma City and Tulsa are hearing a lot about consolidation because they're tired of seeing our legislators come up with more and more money to throw at education, and nobody is talking about conserving. Nobody's talking about consolidating districts. It is absolutely irresponsible that we have over one hundred school districts, but only seventy seven counties. I'm not saying we have to consolidate every body, but some of those districts, I think needs to be consolidated down to a county by county basis. That's where most of our expenses are going. We are top heavy as a state because we pay for so much administration. And you've heard me talk about it before. I don't guess there's any need to rehash it. But if they do if some of those legislatures do grow a pair and start talking about it and start doing it. You're not gonna hear your argument for me. I don't think they are as in the pockets of the teachers unions as some of our other politicians in a video on his Facebook page. Oklahoma. Congressman Mark Wayne Mullen earlier today, explain why he sporting a beard these days. He calls it his border beard, and he says he won't shave it off until we secure the border. He said he got a call from constituent after a televised interview who said he should lose the beard Mullen said that's why he wanted to explain why he's not shaving and he'll trim it. But he won't shave it off until the border is secure good for him the border beard. I like that. I wonder how many other congressmen are going to be inspired to hop on on with them. And did you hear how Trump was firing back at his critics? He paid a visit to the border and while he was down there. He was talking about his critics who say that we shouldn't be. So medieval by building a wall between two countries. And he said, well, if the wall is medieval, so is the wheel there are some things that work, and you know, what wheel works, and so does the wall. He said he's open to the idea of declaring a national emergency to build the wall. If he's unable to strike a deal with Democrats to fund the construction and reopen the government. But you see like I said earlier if he does. Declare national emergency. And he finds the money and defense or somewhere else and start building his wall. Then reopened the government and the Democrats come back and say, oh, no, no, no, no. We don't want you to do and stop it again. Well, then the onus is on the Democrats. They would get the blame for not allowing the government to reopen. April one thousand star one thousand NewsRadio one thousand Katie. Okay. It's friday. So we like to cut loose and have a little fun. And you know that goosebumps series of scary books for kids. You may have read some of them yourself. Goosebumps too is out on DVD. Thi this coming Tuesday, creator of the series are Elstein is joining us now. And I've always wanted to ask you this are L what is the prime? What was the primary motivation for creating the whole franchise in the first place. I think greed and stupidity. Mesko usually my main motivation. So there was. You know, I was back. This is nineteen ninety two and I was doing a series for teenagers. Gary series called seer street. We were killing off teenagers every book. A my enders came to me and said, you know, no one has ever done a scary book series for seven to twelve year olds we should try one. And I said, no, I don't want to that's the kind of business. Goosebumps. Right. And then, but they talked me into it. And we, you know. Luckily, no one ever listens to me. And we brought out a few and they just took off. It was some kind of weird crazy miracle. Well, I I wanna say you are responsible for getting young men to read a long before you know, any any Harry Potter author came along. Yes. Well, ninety two I you know, it's been twenty six years of goosebumps. And I'm very proud when we started writing these books, we figured girls would read them. We never really figured voice. The the ruins children's publishing was girls. Read and boys. No. Yeah. And then when goosebumps came out the fan mail started coming in and it was fifty percent from boys we had boys and girls. So I'm very proud of that very proud of all the all the kids that we, you know, the main point of goosebumps isn't a terrified kids get them to read. Well, and you do it with compelling stories that they can relate to how do you do that? I that's my basic mental level. Can you hear me? Well, I this is where we're talking to RL Stein, the creator of goosebumps, and we're also celebrating goosebumps to on Blu Ray, t and DVD which is out now with bonus features, and it's really come a long long way. But you kind of missed my generation, but I remember being that boy who didn't want to read I wanted to do, and it wasn't until I got older maybe beyond the goosebumps age that I I really started embracing the joy of reading, and I wish that I had had something like like goosebumps in my day. Well, we were lucky we got up. We got the ninety kids. I love the ninety s we just captured that ninety s generation really great thing. Well in goosebumps to can you give us what it's all about. What can we expect to see? And is it good for the whole family? Yeah. Basically, it is is you know, a lot of my early readers like you see in their thirties. Now. Right, right. Neighboring their kids. So we get the thirty five year olds. And we get the seven year old we have to audiences for the film. So the film really is for the whole family. And it's about mainly sloppy. The dummy you comes to life, and then brings all of Halloween to life all the pumpkins. The Jacka lanterns all the costumes in the store all the witch costumes that ghost brings everything to life and terrorizing town in these three kids have to find a way to stop sloppy RL Stein is with us and. I hope it doesn't offend our local hero Darcy Lynn who just won the America's got talent for being a ventriloquist. I don't know. I some people. I don't know why. I don't really get it. Ventriloquist's dummy scary. Just funny. People are terrified by I get so much mail saying, oh, I'm terrified of dolls. Now. I'm terrified of dummy. Our our kids that you're writing too with goosebumps series RL Stein is with us on NewsRadio one thousand Katie. Okay. Are they are they better critics than than those who are in the adult world. Or are they worse? Critics. They're very good. Chris very honest. Okay. Here's a letter. I got last week from girl. Okay. Dear RL Stein. You're my second favorite author. That was the whole letter. That was it. Right, there, brutally honest goosebumps to on DVD and Blu Ray, it is out now on NewsRadio one thousand Katie. Okay. You and I share something in common, and that you were terrified by some of the childhood stories that should have been enchanting. I was terrified by Pinocchio. And the the other one that really got me was wizard of Oz. I go to a psychiatrist after seeing wizard of odd. I like that one didn't bother me. Nokia Kyo is terrifying. Boys turning into donkeys that was awful. Yeah. It's horrible. And you know, there's one scene in the original Pinocchio where he's a wooden pop it and he falls asleep with his feet on the stove. And he burns his feet off. Yeah. I think my mother read that to me when I was like three or four years old. Terrified. But do you think that's my horror career? I think I was gonna say did that inspire you to? Yeah. RL Stein is with us. He's a delight. And so is the goosebumps series. And again, if you're if you're if you had a mom like minded always trying to get us to read always trying and I'm thankful she did. Because if I wasn't a very good reader. I wouldn't be a very good radio guy RL Stein. Well, I think that's true. I I I was a comic book freak when I was a kid. I didn't read books. I had a big stack of comic books that I read, and I didn't really read until my mom drop me off at our local library and a librarian greeted me at the door. And she said, Bobby. I know you like comic books. I have something else. You might like. And she took me over to a shelf of Ray Bradbury story. Oh, and I read those I couldn't believe how wonderful. They were so creative in a magic all twist endings. And Ray Bradbury. I really turned me into a reader, well, I can imagine. So and I also can see where that led to your writing style. Goosebumps series are Elstein thanks for joining us on NewsRadio one thousand K T O K goosebumps too is out on DVD tea, and that will be on Tuesday on NewsRadio. Okay..

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"darcy lynn" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

03:42 min | 2 years ago

"darcy lynn" Discussed on KTOK

"One thousand KT, okay. Lee Matthews Donna on social media shared with me. I thought I'd share with you. It's simply says to stop drunk drivers from killing sober drivers. Just prevent sober drivers from driving. That's how gun control works. Doesn't it? Donna, you are so right. And you get it. Eight four one thousand star one thousand this half hour the Leigh Matthews program. Brought to you by hill and company a train comforts specialist. It's hard to top a hill. Doug is on NewsRadio one thousand Katie. Okay. What casket do you think? Pelosi would have looked better in the rose colored steel or maybe the pine with the blue light blue satin interior, probably lose that. Yeah. Bring out her eyes. It's time for you say that because the first thing I thought of when I saw the. What I was young. My parents bought me, a cheap and chintzy ventriloquist's doll. Five one. Exactly like wondering toll on their mouth operating nets as ever. Gators. It was so comical because President Trump was able to use facts and figures and data and all they said was. Creating a crisis. They're like, well, he doesn't have to create one. It's there. Hit back to go down there and see it. One thing that I was thinking about was. All these talking head on like MSNBC snowboard. I wonder any of them have been down to the border to see what's going on. And I doubt it. Oh, I doubt it too seriously. And Doug, you just gave me an idea. I'm going to go ahead and do the job of the writers first Saturday Night Live right now and suggests the bit on this week show should be a Pelosi impersonator and a Schumer impersonator, and then their speech is stopped by Darcy. Lynn who then goes up behind them and says, look, here's how you do it. And then Darcy Lynn starts doing her. All right, Saturday Night Live. I'm doing your job. Boy. Yeah. Doug. Thanks for the call on NewsRadio one thousand okay. Eight four thousand star one thousand what did you think of the speech? What did you think of the response? And what next and was your mind changed at all on NewsRadio one thousand Katie. Okay. Jack writes on social media Li I thought I would call and tell you I tried to call Kendra. I'm sorry. I thought I'd write to tell you that. I would try to call Kendra horns office today. And I tried three or four times. No answer. I know she has plenty of staff to answer the phone, but it just rang and rang and rang no answering machine. No voicemail. No, nothing. Do you think it's because she and her office was getting so many complaints from constituents about the wall just thought you would be interested, Jack. No, I don't think it had anything to do with the wall. I think it had everything to do with. Well, some of it could have to do with her while I think, but I think it has everything to do with her her vote for Pelosi number one. And number two her vote today to continue the Affordable Care Act. I'm going to get into that story in just a little bit here on NewsRadio one thousand KT. Okay. But right on schedule. She's voting right down the party lines. As I thought she.

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"darcy lynn" Discussed on GSMC SciFi Podcast

GSMC SciFi Podcast

03:43 min | 3 years ago

"darcy lynn" Discussed on GSMC SciFi Podcast

"Can behind him off taught my head. If I look here for a second. I can probably find it. Let me see here. Yeah. Melby? So she's going to be there. Yeah. So all for judges. We'll be back on this. And. Here's some of the acts that are going to be on here. And I don't recognize all of them. But like Jelica hail is going to be on this season. She was just one or two seasons ago. And she actually I believe was it was her or Darcy Lynn that season say recognize her who else do we have here they recognize because there's a lot of action. They're they're pulling acts not just from previous America's got talent. There's some people from Britain's got talent. And some winners some runner up some semi finalists some quarter-finalists. And so who else is gonna be on here? We've got a call in cloud. I think was on. Yeah. He was original. Britain's got talent. I and now he's going to he was also on season twelve and they just had their season thirteen Darcy and farmer who has been Trillo quest to. I think didn't amazing job in deserve to win. She's coming back who else. Do we have for? I recognize. Is did it a light balanced, which was actually ridge on? Britain's got talent. I did see that. And then they got third place on season twelve they weren't amazing act, by the way, you can check their previous acts on YouTube and a guy who just recently was on. Britain's got talent. And I have to say he was amazing. I gotta watch his accent. You should begin. What's called lost voice guy? He was a comedian. And by the way, very very funny comedian he's going to be on there this season Piff, the magic dragons going to be on there who has she shown up on a few seasons with Penn and teller recently who else is going to be here shin. Lim who was on last season. Who's in Boyle who was on Britain's got talent. And yeah, let's there's gonna be some amazing accident and be a lot of acts. And so far these are only certain acts that have been announced. I'm sure they'll be plenty more, and I think other than yeah. They're saying they're going to have from stray has got talent. Britain's got talent France has talent. Mexico got talent spun. Yeah, Italian's got talent. South Africa's got talents. There's gonna be a lot of different talent shows or they're going to be pulling, you know, different people from different, you know, seasons. And some of the students are more recent and some of the real seasons not so recent. So I don't think this is necessarily a bad idea for a show. I really don't. And what's a little weird to me, though, is they're pulling some people. It's like you were on here recently and told me wrong, it's not bad to see you again. Heck Darcy Lynn came on last season to do. A new song. And I said Piff the magic dragon. It's been on there once or twice in recent seasons and. So I don't know maybe they should have pulled people from late like further back scenes, maybe might have been thought. But they've done that on previous seasons to before. Darcy Lynn wine that season they had one the other venture one from like one of the first season's come on. So that was kinda cool preacher loss in which. I'm looking forward to seeing again. I thought he was really really funny last time. I think the only reason didn't win last time because it was just I've noticed the last few the last few seasons. All the finalists have been pretty good talented. They all have you're like, man. It's almost like, you know, who's going to take it..

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"darcy lynn" Discussed on Scriptnotes Podcast

Scriptnotes Podcast

03:51 min | 3 years ago

"darcy lynn" Discussed on Scriptnotes Podcast

"It a listener. Matt. Roden was helpful insights into these hurdles for releasing old titles used to work at home video. He says the decision to release these older titles comes down to risk and it rarely makes sense on an individual title basis to take the risk. The risk is either financial spending money to clear a song or piece of stock footage or legal. When there's an unclear China title either for an entire TV. Or license media within an episode or movie. So I'll put the full response. He had up on the block so you can read it, but it's probably true. So he's making the point that it might take thirty thousand dollars to clear that one song in a movie like you're not gonna make thirty thousand dollars out of it. So it's going to be more systemic process to try to get those movies back online. Right now there's too much stuff to watch. So I, I mean, I love Flamingo kid and it would be great to see it again, but every day someone says to me, oh, have you seen blah, blah, blah? Nope. Oh my God, Craig. Sometimes they'll say money, three tests. Mars did it to me just today, Craig. Craig, Craig? Yeah, people freak out about stuff like God. I got another thing. But I mean, you can't find cocoon. You can't find True Lies. I mean, there's some big titles that are unavailable crazy fact that's been going around about cocoon dummy recently. Wolford Brindley and Tom Cruise. Yeah, which is incredible. Brindley cocoon turns out he was twenty three years old. Eighteen graduating just graduated. He had. He had to actually have teacher onset. Now leeann we've not discussed the head of time, so I didn't know whether you're on my side of Craig side because a recurring feature we've got it to the podcast is changed, Craig's mine and specifically on ventriloquist. How do you feel about ventral? Is it an art form or is it terrible? I think it's both. Okay. So that's me. I think she siding with me. It's an art form. I think it's extremely hard to do. I think it's it's not for everyone. It's really not for Craig's. We've been trying to change great mind and making a pre she ate. So dumb the great things about ventral. I'm not opening my off on just talking like this. I'm not even people who are good at it. Really amazing so, but Connecticut's. Ish. All right. So I feel that way about magic. I brought a magic, right? So I want to pitch three things that listeners have pitched towards me about trying to change your mind on ventriloquist. Emily Fortuna tweeted a clip of Sherry Louis lamb chop. How do you feel about Louis m shop? There's a little bit of nostalgia for Sheryl. Loosen lamb chop. Although now that I think of it, the one ventriloquist that I really enjoyed was Wayland flowers and Madame because wailing flowers the act. It's a comedy act and Wayland flowers and Madame as oppose all the serious. Dramatic visual. Okay. Fair little kids e. Yeah, but was on solid gold and it was my first introduction. I guess it's inherited introduction. It was my introduction to campy queer humor, an wise too young to understand what was going on. What was that for me match game? Well, sure. Of course, Charles Marie, Hollywood squares and pollens Lind. Exactly so that we all had our way in, but I remember whaling flyers ma'am. Just thinking this guy is hysterical and the puppet is hysterical. I don't know why, but I've never quite seen anything like it and I don't really understand, but it may vessel for something wonderful about the that was it. I will. I will salute Wayland flowers. Usage tweeted a clip of a twelve year old. Darcy Lynn on America's got talent. She's a ventriloquist who sings or property sans. Now you don't do not by that. I mean, just sing. Then she could singer. He's a good singer news the puppet, but do it. Finally, I bring out the big guns here avenue q., so I know how much you love musical. It's not ventriloquist culture. They're not even trying puppetry that is essentially what you're willing to make country..

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