18 Burst results for "David Bridges"
"david bridges" Discussed on Pantheon
"It was at a point where my band grin was I'd left high school and we were looking for record deals playing all over DC and We were about to go to La looking for a record deal and I had to have it or sneaking in and asking. musical professionals and heroes for advice because I knew nothing about the business. So Neil played a place called shoved door Washington DC where I snuck in many times and seen a muddy waters. think Tim Harden actually drove Tim Around Town I. Love. It was an easy kind of a nondescript restroom up some stairs around a bend. So I walked in on Neil and crazy horse and basically I was just. Kind of not being best as I was saying look I'm my band is struggling. We're trying to get something going and just looking for some advice we're headed outs la in a few weeks. So anyway, Neil Gaming Qatar, machine songs you said singing another sing another and. Next thing I know he got me a cheeseburger and a coke and tables for. For to for the last couple of days of a Stan I saw four shows hung out in the afternoon with him at the hotel and you know he said when you get away, look me up and he called me from the road just quite amazing. You know to have him in my corner shirt true to his word when I got la he you know hook me up with producer David Briggs, and the short story is I. After kicking around some rental homes in Hollywood and Laurel Canyon and East Hollywood I, wound up going out today vision crashing on his floor and. To Panga as grin made our way with David Bridges our producer and it was during that timeframe a year later when I was eighteen. Neal and David extra work on the project. So you know a lot of. Fast and furious. Great stuff. Thanks to you know Neal and David Briggs. One thing I wanted to fact check is that you went into the after the gold rush sessions thinking you were going to play guitar and Neil Sprung on you that you were actually going to be playing the piano I've heard different stories. Now I I've read that you've already knew how to play the piano somewhat. But is that true where you ready to just assumed you're going to play guitar and then ended up having to Underplay the keys. So. It's a bit more new is in that basically. David Game Yeah heads up that I might be hearing from neo about a new project he was on. When. NATO. Records. Yeah it is a great one. When they called me I had no preconceived notions really but I wasn't a piano player at that time I. Mean I? Take all around and dishing sessions on on a grin record but I really wasn't a piano player I was accordion player and when neal called he, he mentioned playing guitar playing piano, and singing and You know at that point I was just thrilled to be asked to participate, but you know when I got out to la I this was back I was visiting my folks and you call it in my parents house a will make court in Bethesda Maryland and I was headed back to L. A. Anyway but I got together with Neal and David and they said you know and I told her I say guys, you know I'm not really a piano player because I remember they asked said I'd be playing piano and they both. Had known me for over a year now I saw him almost every day I was living with David and they knew my accordion history I studied classical for ten years and enter contests for a couple years, and so they thought look, we just need some simple parts. We like your sense of melody and rhythm. We think you can handle some simple piano part. So at that point, I knew to be quiet and just say thanks so much. I'll do my best instead of insisting they. Find a professional panel. You're also eighteen at this time. Correct. Yeah was seventeen when I met Neil and headed out. Somewhere in their short shortly out of weeks after I met him at his shows But when we did after the gold rush hour eighteen. Yeah it was. My first year with grin making our way with David our producer making demos looking for record deal and it was it was quite an extraordinary. Chapter to get to make that record with Ralphie, of course, from crazy horse awfully, Molina and a great Gregory's on base meets I am very simple. I'M PIA no or crucial guitar a few numbers, and of course Neil doing all the great color up top with those great songs. One other thing I wanted to fact check with you and that's about Greg. Reeves who everyone just describes as an amazing Bass player but there's a story I believe it was in Jimmy. McDonough's book shaky George Reeves showed up to one of the sessions completely painted gold. Oh you mean Greg Raves Greg Reeves. Yeah I'm sorry. Yeah. Yeah you know what I'm I'm I can't confirm wine. I was so. overwhelmed. Mostly playing piano light I literally would practice day and night John Locke the piano player for spirit had front porch. Screened in Porch with an old upright we literally put a sleeping bag on the porch I just would walk there from Davis House and practice when I wasn't at the studio in Neil I would just practice trying to say up to speed on these. New Songs so. Even, if he did I, probably would have missed it because I was staring. Neil listening to the group and figuring out. What to do on the piano. I heard that story before, but I can't confirm. 'cause you were actually focused on on making it. Sound good. But knows insurer Avenue segment I wasn't you know my first professional pet session so I had my hands full there I you've actually been asked this question before because I saw a couple of interviews, but I wanted to I wanna get back to the accordion. but I do know that for me after the rushes is actually probably my top if not it's tied. But but after the gold rush is to me one of the best albums of all time and when we were going through all these albums together to do this podcast and we got to this one I was very excited and was was diving into learning more about you and saw the whole thing and I want to get back to that. But the thing I want to ask you about right now which I found amazing. When I saw this was that you were responsible for one of the best songs off of that record. which again is one of the best records of time and you added the Polka seem that the polka timing change and Ralph Ralphie when you were just messing around and I wanted to ask you about that because that to me is one of the best parts of the song that timing change. Yeah, I would think even are the only ones I would call it the POLKA part but Yeah, I think everyone else. Will refer to it as double time. Didn't. Song, but it southern and I still pretty. Course southern man yeah you know. Again they would Take lunch breaks or whatever go up on the patio and I would stay back by myself practicing the piano and One of these days, Ralphie..
"david bridges" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology
"It was at a point where my band grin was I'd left high school and we were looking for record deals playing all over DC and We were about to go to La looking for a record deal and I had to have it or sneaking in and asking. musical professionals and heroes for advice because I knew nothing about the business. So Neil played a place called shoved door Washington DC where I snuck in many times and seen a muddy waters. think Tim Harden. Actually drove tim around town. I love. It was an easy kind of a nondescript restroom up some stairs around a bend. So I walked in on Neil and crazy horse and basically I was just. Kind of not being best as I was saying look I'm my band is struggling. We're trying to get something going and just looking for some advice we're headed outs la in a few weeks. So Anyway, Neil Gaming Guitar machine songs you said singing another sing another and. Next thing. I know he got me a cheeseburger and a coke and tables for. For. To for the last couple of days of a Stan I saw four shows hung out in the afternoon with him at the hotel and you know he said when you get away, look me up and he called me from the road just quite amazing. You know to have him in my corner shirt true to his word when I got La. He you know hooked me up with producer, David Briggs and the short story is I after kicking around some rental homes in Hollywood and Laurel Canyon and East. Hollywood. I wound up going out today vision crashing on his floor and. To Panga as grin made our way with David Bridges, our producer and it was during that timeframe a year later when I was eighteen. Neal and David extra work on the project. So you know a lot of. Fast and furious. Great stuff. Thanks to you know Neal and David Briggs. One thing I wanted to fact check is that you went into the after the gold rush sessions thinking you were going to play guitar and Neil. Sprung on you that you were actually going to be playing the piano I've heard different stories. Now I I've read that you've already knew how to play the piano somewhat. But is that true where you ready to just assumed you're going to play guitar and then ended up having to Underplay the keys. So. It's a bit more new is in that basically. David Game Yeah heads up that I might be hearing from neo about a new project he was on. When? NATO. Records. Yeah it is a great one. When they called me I had no preconceived notions really. But I wasn't a piano player at that time I mean I. Take around and dishing sessions on on a grin record. But I really wasn't a piano player I was accordion player and when neal called he, he mentioned playing guitar playing piano, and singing and You know at that point I was just thrilled to be asked to participate but you know when I got out to La I. This was back I was visiting my folks and you call it in my parents house a will make court in Bethesda Maryland and I was headed back to L. A. Anyway. But I got together with Neal and David and they said you know and I told her I say guys, you know I'm not really a piano player because I remember they asked said I'd be playing piano and they both. Had known me for over a year now I saw him almost every day I was living with David and they knew my accordion history I studied classical for ten years and enter contests for a couple years and so they thought look, we just need some simple parts. We like your sense of melody and Rhythm we think you can handle some simple piano part. So at that point, I knew to be quiet and just say, thanks so much I'll do my best instead of insisting they. Find, a professional panel. You're also eighteen at this time. Correct. Yeah was seventeen when I met Neil and headed out. Somewhere. In their short shortly out a few weeks after I met him at his shows But when we did after the gold rush hour eighteen. Yeah it was. My first year with grin making our way with David our producer making demos looking for record deal and it was it was quite an extraordinary. Chapter to get to make that record with Ralphie, of course, from crazy horse, awfully Molina and a great Gregory's on base meets. I am very simple I'm PIA no or crucial guitar a few numbers, and of course, Neil doing all the great color up top with those great songs. One other thing I wanted to fact check with you, and that's about Greg. Reeves who everyone just describes as an amazing Bass player but there's a story I believe it was in Jimmy McDonough's Shakey George. Reeves showed up to one of the sessions completely painted gold. Off Greg Raves Greg, Reeves Yeah I'm sorry. Yeah you know what I'm I'm I can't confirm wine. I was so. overwhelmed. Mostly playing piano light I literally would practice day and night John Locke the piano player for Spirit had front porch. A screened in Porch with an old upright we literally put a sleeping bag on the porch just would walk there from Davis House and practice when I wasn't at the studio in Neil, I would just practice trying to say up to speed on these. New Songs so. Even if he did I probably would have missed it because I was staring. Neil listening to the group and figuring out What to do on the? Piano. I heard that story before but I can't confirm. Because, you were actually focused on on making it. Sound good. But knows insurer Avenue segment I wasn't you know my first professional pet session. So I had my hands full there I you've actually been asked this question before because I saw a couple of interviews but I wanted to I wanna get back to the accordion. but I do know that for me after the rushes is actually probably my top if not it's tied. But but after the gold rush is to me one of the best albums of all time and when we were going through all these albums together to do this podcast and we got to this one I was very excited and was was diving into learning more about you and saw the whole thing and I want to get back to that. But the thing I want to ask you about right now which I found amazing when I saw this was that you were responsible for one of the best songs off of that record. which again is one of the best records of time and you added the Polka seem that the polka timing change and Ralph Ralphie when you were just messing around and I wanted to ask you about that because that to me is one of the best parts of the song that timing change. Yeah, I would think you and I are the only ones I would call it the Polka part but Yeah I think everyone else. Will refer to? It as double time..
"david bridges" Discussed on Help I Sexted My Boss
"No. Actually we're not renewing your your contracts we're going in a more high brow direction. I'm in Choon D- in two after about two weeks of not being able to bring myself to watch it to see what highbrow direction they were going. It was Peter Andre having a bloody barbecue. Cycle High Brow. I feel bad that because only joke it it clearly still stings book. It comes now I'm over it when it comes to Karez. Let's face it my house at the moment so Well. No Joe neutering marvelously well, at the bones we take the make out of your career I in a running joke. Since we've done this podcast is that you you were one day. A week bouts annoyingly. Probably something dumb this. ME. Just to make our, you know feel off I was only doing. It's it's fine. Let's let you. You squash me down and we'll raise you up congratulations. You will now be on the radio. Not One. Not Two. But Oh my God you're working three days a week regularly. Thank you. Yeah. You, happy yeah I'm. Going to be and what's the next step four days a week. Hopefully yeah. But you know just happy with the free days a week I'm GONNA be on Friday Saturday Sunday and plus in all of August as I'm on instagram all of this month. So yeah, it's busy. So. Yeah. Thank you. Well, Jordan I'm very proud of you. Cheers. Thanks very much. If you want to put me as I mean I'll make T.'s don't the runner. My cover days are over. So we all actually. Cheers. I can't take compliment I don't like it on the Sam going Oh we. All right. Right, our second response comes from David Bridges L L B onze l., M., d. l. p.. PUTS. that. Now I. Think, he sat on the Keyboard Damn messes North Anson Cartwright. I'm currently writing to those people beyond my social circle who have helped and supported me during this lockdown period as such I am writing to you this brilliant podcast. Unfortunately, I suffer from bipolar disorder, which to the impositions lockdown has imposed. It has left me and a few dark places. However, one ray of light has been this podcast. This series has given me much needed laughter and give me something to look forward to every Tuesday as well as posts on instagram and facebook. Thank you so very much for the laughter. You're very good health's. David Bridges MLB on 'em. Well, that's very nice and he's he's put a PS as well. As I was a week too late in posting my five star review of this podcast, I thought I'd try this method to get it read out. Hello Jean de it's William here and I'm going to level with you. I like big butts and I cannot lie you other brothers continent when a guy walks in with an itty bitty waist and rounding in your face, you get sprung and want to pull APP task because you and me baby ain't nothing but mammals do it like they do on the discovery channel getting horny now. Amazing. Well don't William Hansen I'm proud I think when this my diction lessons paying off when? This get career yards over which is pretty soon you can definitely be A. David. Thank you. Think they'd give me a show. On, your your place of work. Right. David thank you. Feel of Lee message just made a lot that we in some way shape or form help to Jaren all this especially as you still finish on the better end of it. We've been getting a Lotta people say that we've been helping and think it's time that we are honest as part of the reason what we've carried on doing the podcast for so long usually only do twelve four. Episodes don't we? But. Yes. Just carry out because it's helped is is kept US sane journalists and we've enjoyed it and you seem to have enjoyed it so. Yeah It's been a bit of a godsend for all of us. I think the ass no maintenance literally were doing it. And hopefully, in call it work. And hopefully to you this listening. So there. Thank you. Now we'll see last week. We mentioned the fact that we're very big and Barbados. Well Diam from Barbados has been in touch. I'll be waiting at the airport in Barbados for twenty, twenty, two tour. Just remember to bring a few cases of Damani because I can't find it anywhere love from Diane Thompson. There we go. Not only are we pray Mazen big in Barbados? We've now had one of our. Listeners getting in touch. Amazing. That's fun touches which is wonderful. I'd like a Sun Lounger fairly near the sea. But away from other people if you want to reserve one more of a pull guile, see guy. Well to be perfect I am much more of a pool person. Yes. When you are by a pool, what you just said if watch people drink delete. Swim. When you get in the Pool Doodoo length STU wits, you just go go for. Two or three minutes and out do you like to go to the Beach Coupla days just breaking your? Yeah He goes well, can't wait to to Shan above adm. Can't wait what? Drunk again drinking thing. Can't wait sue. Share. A coconut with you impulse angels K.. Good. If you've written into the show before you let us know what happened after we shared our advice. 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"david bridges" Discussed on WBAP 820AM
"On W B a. P and w dot com can Jeffrey from 24 7 news desk, state officials said Sunday the number of confirmed Corona virus cases has surpassed 381,000 and 153 more people have died from the illness. Use a says More than 100,000 people have tested positive in North Texas since tracking for cold it 19 began in March. Dallas County officials have announced 800 additional cases Sunday and one death. Tarrant County reporting 353 new cases and four deaths. Denton County with 78 new cases, and Collin County reports 33 new cases. Jose says dabbles. Police responded to three separate shooting Saturday night into Sunday morning, including one at a sports bar in the midst of the pandemic. Police say none of the shootings was fatal. A longtime Texas appeals court justice has died in a car crash after rehearsal and another were hit by a driver, authorities say was intoxicated. Justice David Bridges, died Saturday at the scene of the crash on I 80 and Royce City Bridges vehicle and another was struck by a car traveling the wrong way on the interstate. The driver of that vehicle was taken to a hospital for minor injuries and book on an intoxication manslaughter charge. Senator Ted Cruz says What happened to the Chinese consulate in Houston could happen elsewhere. They may well be closed. That consulate was closed because it had been gave engaged in espionage. Divining engaged intellectual property theft. They used it as a base for spying. In Houston and throughout the Southwest, he tells CBS's face the nation. The pandemic has revealed China as a threat to America because the Chinese government lied about the severity of the outbreak and made things worse for all countries. Of a new P A P weather clear, inhuman overnight alot of 76 more humanity Monday with clouds and sunshine and a high of 91 right now 86 degrees at the F W from the W B a P News desk. I'm Ken Jeffries. You're next update at 12 02 24 7 Coverage at w b ap dot com. Texas Health is right there with you Whatever comes like chronic hip or knee pain. If you're living with either joint specialists on the medical staff of a Texas health hospital could develop a care plan. Right for you from nonsurgical to total joint replacement, which makes Texas Hill place to turn when your joints don't and as always, we have protocols in place designed around your safety..
Suspected Drunk Driver In Wrong-Way Crash Kills Texas 5th Court Of Appeals Justice David Bridges Outside Dallas
"A longtime Texas appeals court justice has died in a car crash after rehearsal and another were hit by a driver, authorities say was intoxicated. Justice David Bridges, died Saturday at the scene of the crash on I 80 and Royce City Bridges vehicle and another was struck by a car traveling the wrong way on the interstate. The driver of that vehicle was taken to a hospital for minor injuries and book on an intoxication manslaughter
"david bridges" Discussed on FinTech Insider
"Customers you want to be as innovative as you can right from a design standpoint and engagement standpoint. How do you do that so I think a big part of it is don't get hung up as much on the technology technology involved so yes? There are all good answer. We just stop right there. You know what honest to God. That is a good answer though isn't it s underlying it is a situation you're in yeah. It is the reality you're in. If you focus on that you'll you'll keep finding that as being your stumbling block if however you really look towards that in in customer experience and what it is you're striving for you can always layer in solutions on top of it and what I mean by that is yes it. There's complexity to those solutions Yes yes there's complexity to adding layers but if you're really just steadfast focus on what is that minimum thing that I can deliver to delight a customer the noise of Oh these he's legacy systems starts to go away. Has you're just going to be focused on delivering that one little thing that they absolutely need so not an m._v._p.. But M._l._p.. Minimal lovable product product. I'll give you the sticker. That's an eleven fest then you're all are welcome. David bridges high five me from across awesome. I mean do you do subscribe to that same absolutely nick absolutely you know and here's what I find funny because again coming from outside the industry this isn't unique to banking when when you talk about the underlying core applications across most of the U._S.. The reality is most of them. I don't care what industry is live on older software so again when you look at that I and when when you interact with the lessons do you bring from the outside to say how do you help the team think differently. I mean when it when it comes to the the systems specifically getting I mean I it really is in the same philosophy justin. Just articulated is really around. You know don't get caught up in exactly what you might be building in from or building on top of its what's the end experience you're trying to deliver because usually there's like more than one way to skin that cat and especially to get really really creative you. You know I find that the more we think holistically about the experience there are so many elements beyond just the platforms or any of the technology that we're using that really make the impact with the customer like that entire customer experience <hes> and every one of those should be at our fingertips when we are creating that ideal customer experience so who you dropped a good phrase you said think holistically 'cause that's a phrase. I think I've heard your C._E._O.. Say They implement a holistic digital transformation. Can you tell I did some research the leap I'll be honest Kenny Rogers song complaining through my head lady but that's a that is a quote that you see IOS said that he's trying to implement implement holistic digital transformation so for the love of God. What does that mean? We don't try to half ass anything so everything's whole that's the first goal quote. Maybe that's the name of the show show. We don't have any three names really what it means. Is this and frankly a lot of time educating internally about this topic we say the phrase digital it'll transformation or you say the word digital a lot of people immediately go to digital channel a mobile APP rate and a browser and something happening in the the online world and what we're talking about is not a channel Yes that channel is part of it but when he says a holistic digital transformation we're talking about you can say it a million different ways but we're talking about actually building the company that will thrive in today's digital world tomorrow's digital world and forever after and so what that means is that we're looking at all channels we don't we want to be there for the client as you as you heard Justin say wherever they are and however they need us that's right and frankly especially in the relationship game. Most people don't want to interact with you..
"david bridges" Discussed on Why Sports Matter
"Tools that you have to create experiences and find happiness from those experiences. That's a key question for Conrad's life. How do we prepare for death? What do we want for the people we leave behind soon? Conrad would become one of the people left behind and he would learn that some deaths nobody can prepare for. October fifth nineteen ninety nine five months after finding George Malary's frozen. Corpse Conrad was climbing shish Pungwe into bet. Refu- other men with him, including his longtime climbing partner, Alex low to outside magazine called the best mountain climber in the world at the time. Alex and Conrad were opposites in some ways Conrad, long, flowing, blond hair, Alex shorter, shaggy, Brown hair. Conrad was amount to mad living peak to peak Alex had a place he called home where his wife and three sons waited for him to come back safe. Conrad and Alex were best friends and had been for a long time. Had plan to fund stunt summit the mountain and then become the first Americans to alpine ski from eight thousand meters. Everything went wrong near the peak. They were crossing a glacier when an ice shelf broke away above them. No time avalanche was upon them. Everyone scrambled to find cover from the crashing snow. Conrad was thrown a hundred feet. Then it was silent. Conrad climbed out of the snow. His head was cut open to ribs broken shoulder. Dislocated? But. He was alive. As everyone regrouped. However, they realized that two men were missing a young talented. Alpine photographer named David bridges and Alex Lowe. Even with injuries..
"david bridges" Discussed on UFC Unfiltered with Jim Norton and Matt Serra
"All right, guys. Listen having fun. What else we got. We got anything else because listen, I talked to David bridge all day. Just something for your school. I I wanted to the pressures of owning the school, like how much pressure is that like, fuck now it all falls on my show that my place. Is that extra. Is that harder for you to do? What do you mean? Like? I'm a bad, I'm bad. It'd be next students expectation of what I should be doing ninety five just as a person owning a business because I don't like delegating responsibility. I, I don't know if I could fire anybody like that's a whole. Here's a, here's the trick with that. If you put on a fuck and costume, you're gonna have to wear that shit for a long time. So what I've done is that I'm just fucking real what my students I curse fart. Shit, you know, like everybody else. You know what I mean? Yeah, I'm not. I'm no Saint. You know what I mean? You know, I just tell the students of mine to like moving a positive direction. You know what I mean? You're gonna do fuck shit. Sometimes you know what I mean? And just be conflict. Right. You know what I mean? Just go out there and fucking and then dominate the fucking world, you know, do what you gotta do you know, and, and that's it, you know, positive energy? Yeah. I'm so into just positive energy. I like by going to my school, I put the music on a lot of guys. Don't like that. And you gotta be careful 'cause I don't wanna put on UBA when his kids last going on right now. I am not going to say. I'll beat your ass loan is not very good at appropriate for the next little Sarabi JJ ninja turtles showroom called, but you know, kids there, but I do like the energy that music brings. You know what I mean? They're not getting too corny..
"david bridges" Discussed on UFC Unfiltered with Jim Norton and Matt Serra
"Tell me what he's on. We JoAnne Jimmy beat your ass. Fucking love this. In real life. TV's Nick out. Some shit became ASO. Pool opponents sneak tip. Shit in three, three d. white me knockout all your white t throughput showing your certain foot Nichols thinking that I'm sweet to wit concrete fingertips with Nyquil quick to put a nigga right to sleep if be looking like he might be. I take it. I don't think this is David style. Jillette that was it dude. Hold on. What is your take on that? I mean, I mean, not not on my dancing and bobbing that could be awful out buddy ruin it for you. I should've. I should've just did that off to the side because you see a little tell you white guy doing fucking. I don't think it's better than Krista producer trying to get. Thank you. I'm only getting enough. Don't fucking my coffee when you get thank you about this. I like some stevia. Thank you. Could friend he's such a could producer. So yeah. What do you that doesn't? I don't know why. It might grows on you. Yeah. I mean, like, you know, like I'm I'm in a more like a peaceful place right now, but like you know, I I like I like it. Reggae, I like all kinds of music. I don't listen to a whole lot of like, you know, aggressive music too much. Folk you like folk like Terry, man? Sorry, read Terry Reid is a country. Okay. Everyone. It's funny. Everyone has music that we liked that people don't expect us to like, yeah, so I wasn't that far off. Why wouldn't you expect David branch delay contribute to giving you the same reason you expect me to like fucking boogie down productions black white guy. I'll make you. I'll make you. Nice surprise how art and music and stuff. You never. You can never look at somebody and tell what they enjoy like you look through somebody's ipod or visit genre for this. You know what I mean? Like for his song. You know what I mean? I'm not a lot of people are going to like it. A lot of a lot of his gonna dig it. You know what I mean? Super happy for time enough. That's on, but who is what you say you like again, Tehreek. I don't know Terry. I like Jerry Reed and I've been listening to eastbound and down the smokey and the bandit theme song anybody else's older. Remember that know that David David is rolling in his grave, right? David talking about. Don't for smokey. Bandits are good one. How Johnny cash beat your is. Johnny. Cash stuff is pretty good. I like some Johnny cash. I don't like cut you like some country songs. You know, Eller SWIFT's at juice. Chicken, I don't know like the up to date like hip hop stuff, man. I I know like machine gun Kelly, ver- her router dabble. Now I was gonna ask you your opinion, don't get me wrong. The only whisper DC I'm gonna ask you your opinion on these fights, but DC Shane around machine gun Kelly and g k, verse Eminem go. Wrap, devil, birth kill shot. Go give him an and I've seen him lose a battle. You know, pretty good. He did win. Have you heard? I have not yet. David much. Listen, man, I'm trying like be one of these little millennials. Listen to Slough, but you know, he was my age forty four at. He's still fucking laser day is you know what's funny man being out a house party Jimmy when I was like seventeen eighteen and it was older kids there too. I don't know how they were what they were doing, but even like probably mid twenties and I remember them singing along to some snoop Dogg songs and shit. I never being younger going. Look at these all the fuck is trying to forty four now. Yeah, they were the twenties, the younger guy. What do I look like to the world? The same. David bridge older, shake his head out his first shaking his head. Yes. We look like older men..
"david bridges" Discussed on UFC Unfiltered with Jim Norton and Matt Serra
"Porting sweating. You don't have to confirm or deny that there that the USC is trying to put together Chris wideman versus Luke rock whole crew. At Madison Square Garden now, I don't know nothing official, but that's just a rumor here. I might know something I might not. I know nothing. Things come out until they say, met, you know something and I'll say, maybe, well, what do you know? I don't know. Maybe my guy, maybe maybe I know something at home. Maybe it's not maybe nothing signed yet. I don't know, but I would love that fight. I would love that fight because I feel Chris with, I feel I feel that first time they fought, it was in, don't get me wrong. I think Luke is, I think Luke's actually awesome, especially on top when he gives on top of somebody. Here's jujitsu on top for MA is phenomenal, phenomenal mount. He gets mount mount to back back to mount. It's like having algebra sterling on you. It is. I don't like it. So I think he's phenomenal in certain areas, and it may game having said that, I think Chris will will will hurt him bad. I think that I fight was more of Chris's bad than than looks good. I looked at phenomenally capitalized, Chris gave him an inch and he took a yard. I agree, but Christmas fight and it was going to say that wasn't. I don't know. I don't. Listen on your guy. Of course, it is. Of course, I'm going to say what I'm going to say, but it's my guy. I don't think he'd respect me vice. It's different, but it's how I feel. I've seen what Chris could do. Longo knows. We know you've seen him in I, I think he's a beast and I think it will be a death of all. Say is it'll be way different fight. That's what I'll say Christopher do. All right. And I and I, if that thing does come about. I'm gonna have good seats. I tell you that much. You know what I mean? Yeah, yeah, that'd be November my birthday's November second, I'd I'd love to see also tell data me tickets. Yeah. Well, fuck you looking for what would get it? I remember when Dave brunch volt. Yeah, cold as well and fighting again soon brunch. He's he's fighting on that card. I'm super excited. He was asking, I'm really happy for him. He he's such a heart. I know I know him very well paced like you switch. I've it before. He's put your hardware on a off the bulk of his last performance, which was a dangerous dangerous opponent. He slept him really well without overhand right on him for me without Rocco fight. That's a maybe perhaps a chink in the armor for for Rocco and that those overhand, oh, as he box will be a little leans away a little like for me, Dave gave him maybe a little bit too much respect in that fight on the Dave's, not the kind of passengers and land. So that's an exciting, you know, fight for Dave. Dave coming up with jacket, I and then obviously sets things. Oh, David bridge. First of all, personal friend. He, he's a you knocked out the Santos. The video of me when I found out it doesn't always go back to being hall of fame, but when they announced he told me that day, that'd be doing a little talk about it. Like how I felt about it. And off to the side of the monitor was David bridges fight. Remember they had that clips, Helen, I caught him. I called him knocking out the. And the fact that he did it in that fashion was amazing, but it just shows the confidence he took over from the Luke, Luke fight where he hadn't Kurt and he clinched. That's a laces out moment that. That. I was right and he and and you know, Luke, Luke is an amazing fighter. But what we're starting to see here is listen, man. I mean every time he's lost. That's been KO. I mean, right or wrong. Door. L.. Bist ping and. And you seen the, oh yes, three right there. And you seen in that branch freight him get elected on a weird street. Yeah, I think I do think it's tough for him and he's talked about it..
"david bridges" Discussed on UFC Unfiltered with Jim Norton and Matt Serra
"Concentrate on you take that you take out nico that set you up man you know every fight is such a huge opportunity you know what i mean because you it could be you know you could land something devastating and then then it's about just season that moment as far as even that time on the mike you don't gotta be some fucking poet and some you don't have to come up with something you don't get to be outrageous you don't got to do all that shit but if you got a name you state your case why that'd be exciting and let's see the fucking man is and people are going to get some i'm getting psyched about it now man city who stages last fight he looked great last fight sage last night i was against tibo goatee he wanted unanimous decision he looked great yeah he really he was but he's wanted to visit one fifty five so yes so he's oh in two as a welterweight and he's five as a light why is he going back up last card yeah who do you lose to a welterweight mickey for for us yeah which he was he was hickey sticky strep throat that was the garden yeah zac now that was in that was in new jersey toss about all right but it was okay i was out there what was that madame sir tell us tell us about his opponent really quick and what his record is in the usa zach auto is three and two of the ufc he lasts knocked out mike pyle that was his last fight yeah that's all i remember yeah he's topping he's a bit yeah he's a big what is sage fighting that same that'd be a great fight the us as well and that's perfect because we're on the same card you build this as if you don't punch me the face when you see me this don't i don't i don't wanna be right now due to the case if we hit tutti sage starting some street beef with him when he sees magic shit bro comes up to use a he all with a smile on you gotta fucking problem yeah yeah that'd be cool decided to guys pop out for this i yell chad mendez yeah fucking a lot you're right fucking favorite that assignable oh that's right he's train that'll posse as fucking great what are you looking for that david branch video you said something about that off air speaking today we're trying to get him on our show on also actually have a little tell us about the show is me and me and andrea harrison to bowl and know it's called rude boy in the boat so we do like we watch videos and we talked shit and we just commentate on the video now fighting videos all different types of videos anything it's super oh we just sit there and just talk a lot of shit we're boy novel rude boy and the bull we what we got to have one when you guys on one didn't want to both of us would basically saying you guys you fight it out the alpha plumber whoever comes out alive can be on our show on youtube is like we're we're only three episodes in so far so now we oh well i'll definitely look it up now what you watch videos on there you're allowed to watch videos and nights you can't i mean like content stuff like this it's called fair usage when you're watching something and you're using it in your work there's a fair usage thing you're allowed to use it somebody hit the member with a face fair usage fair usage you are allowed to to use hurry involved in this no there's fucking lawyers i hate them lawyers they fucking ruin everything was he was on the screen over there so he's to give you on yesterday he's at a school or did that give away 'cause it says david bridge jujitsu on the math panther on the wall like that his logo he's got the gay on very that's his doj oh pittsburgh stojko where it's just oh joe jersey new jersey jersey joe now we know we heard from baba shop branch i want to hear what dole job ranch has to say that looks like go ahead let's siri jack rake going with something despite let's make this thing happen that's get this done and over with who was supposed to.
"david bridges" Discussed on The Document
"Six nine hours or so joel's group had seen no evidence of the other group all day and now it was dark and very cold but there was nothing they could do but try and recover from their hike besides it was konrad anchor up there he's one of the world's strongest mountaineers we started drinking a little soup and rehydrating we immediately collapsed in our tense a couple of hours later nature called sos at using bathroom when her to yell from the rich i screamed at everyone i hear them is it got up and blew his whistle and then said he was tony can do more i say no i heard them in a few minutes later i heard another yell so we got clothed as fast as we could and we ran over to the rich and we could see them dan david bridges brother who'd been prostrate with altitudesickness the whole time heard the commotion from his tat dan you know summit decrease the strength and the courage to run up to that rich and the moment we got to the first the first team member who was carrying the body on his back his first words were this is dave in so dan i took days body off of him and we carried at the rest of the way down the rich and back to our base kim while the other team carried alex's body and isaac and sam who were up ahead took their father's body and carry their father's body down the region back to pick can jenny was out she was just overcome with emotion.
"david bridges" Discussed on The Document
"Death march they finally reached the first base camp and dug in for the night wiped out by the days track and then they collapsed in their sleeping bags for the chilly night the following day there was another eight hours of hiking the goal this time though was the abc the advanced base camp it was located on a beautiful plateau right below the glaciers of shishir parma the green moss that covered the rocky ground was dotted with tiny purple flowers this was a a little area that had a little lake and it was a place where the climbing team sixteen years ago had built a little memorial for dave and alex and carve their names and stones which were still there and this is where we were gonna set out even at sixteen thousand feet the abc was still a ways away from where the bodies their friends rested so the cancer a couple of nights and got accustomed to the altitude and some very raw emotions and they agreed on a plan they'd hiked to a ridge near the glacier then split into two groups conrad anchors group would actually venture out onto the glacier were the danger was greatest the other would not and then they carry the bodies back down to base camp but the plan started to fall apart right from the start it was a night a restless sleep at the abc the altitude had started to take its toll especially on david bridges brother dan who is basically incapacitated jobs group wanted to give him a little extra time to recover so he could go along in the final ascent that konrad decided to stick to the original plan and left with his group in the early morning darkness it was somewhere around four a m.
"david bridges" Discussed on The Document
"But after four days of travel and complicated preparations he found himself preparing for a major track games begin early in the morning a caravan of trucks and suvs pulled up to the two and a half star snow land hotel it was the same place that david bridges alec slow and conrad anchor had stayed before their tragic climb in 1999 and there's just all this nervous energy like you're you're like a bunch of kids dressed go on a field trip and you're like where the buses where the buses let's go let's go and i remember when we finally were told okay we're gonna hike in and may drove us in the suvs to the to the end of the road literally and said okay this is the spot and we piled out and we put our backpacks on we took all our bags in the porters were there had a whole team of the accident start loading the axe it was a moody day in the low 40s visibility was limited and it was threatening to rain the hikers disappeared into the missed like they were walking into the afterlife itself said out this morning trail head packing to our first basecamp acts of ringing up most of our gear it somehow my life back while that being stuffed with that forty fifty pounds worth the staff anyway minute ago clouds cleared i got my first glimpse of shishir panga massive now 14th highest peak in the world uh you get a really great view of it it's kind of like a shadowy ghost in the clouds the value was rocky and start but it was beautiful in its own way they crossed a oneman wrote bridge over a stream rushing with glacial water but a hike that should have taken them eight hours took much longer so we just start hiking and hiking in hiking hiking hiking and you know supposedly this very casual trek in turned into this 1214 hour.
"david bridges" Discussed on The Document
"And about alex lows sun's going on the trip i was an emotional basket case all of the emotion than i had suppressed that i had ignored now was right there in my face and yet when i ask joe how he was feeling about going up the mountain the next day the word he used wasn't sad or nervous i was excited i know as we were planning it there were a couple of moments when i said to myself wow wouldn't it be great tried summit that climb all were there thirty role jole was still alive and well inside his fifty year old body but the truth was he didn't know if he could even get to the base camp let alone scale the summit so were you afraid of going on this trip that you'd finally have to say i am pudding the ice axes away forever yes you're listening to the document from casey are w will head up the mountain in a minute every morning qaiseer w and npr spend hours to find the stories that you need to hear that you want to hear distort your day breaking news features and analysis the cuts through the noise helped support the service donate a case yarn w dot org slash join and thanks postmen and this is the document today's episode because it's there sixteen years after they were killed in an avalanche in the himalayas the bodies of mountain climbers david bridges and alex lower discovered less than a month later a group of friends and family went to tibet to finally put them to rest many of the people in the trip worn in any kind of shape for the high altitude and that includes joel cory david bridges good friend and former climbing partner even though he'd mountaineer all over the world he hadn't gone in a big climb in fifteen years.
"david bridges" Discussed on The Document
"I was a stranger to him it's it's funny because eissa you my grandfather he stays say with his syrian accented english tools jewel joel when are you gonna come down from the mountain don't you understand that this is the life and you would point to his family says this is life and i just couldn't understand that for a significant portion of my life joel eventually treated his ptoms for a previous he was now fifty six years old it had been fifteen years since his last be climb when the news reached him that the body of david bridges had been discovered when daves brother dan asked jole to go to tibet joe wasn't only worried that he wasn't in shape for a climb or the guys in jail who he was supposed to defend with understand him disappearing for a month i had struggled for a number of years dealing with the fallout from dave's death and i frankly didn't process it very well and the idea that i would pull this a motion laden backpack out was scary i talked to jolt during that time and he was totally spun out about whether he should go until i got a call from bill a mutual friend of the loss climbers he said something that really hit home from he said we have to go and we have to carry the boys off the mountain it's it's on us joy and he said it's a matter of fact he said it like it was and seen at the movie and ago k and hung up the phone and a got on my car and i started sobbing.
"david bridges" Discussed on The Document
"It's almost like i am gigantic an insignificant at the same time if life is zeroed ten ten being most that is the closest you ever get to a can moment navonna can come at a cost and joe knew it as well as anyone he'd been badly injured in an accident that had killed another climber on one climb he discovered the body of a woman who's frozen in ice and most painfully david bridges who'd been buried in an avalanche with alec slow david bridges was jewels mentor and one of his closest friends i felt a connection to all my fellow kinship to him because at a time when i had this unfocused energy i was looking for a purpose in my life and i met him he took me under his wing and taught me how to rock klein and he taught me the art of high altitude mountaineering later he taught me how to ice climb uh we we looked for sports that got our adrenaline pumping in our heart pounding but they're bond was more than just the love of adrenalin it was love dave invited joel and a female friend named you'll launda on a climbing trip to nepal and dave suggested that joel might be interested in her and he was she became joel's wife and a climbed partner and eventually the mother of his two kits dave hadn't figure that his high altitude dating service would eventually be the end to his buddies climbing career i came back from the strip to bolivia and i remember coming home and my son who was may be a year old just didn't want us into my lap the hill he was looking at me like i was.
"david bridges" Discussed on The Document
"Sixty years ago the new sadden many across the world renowned climber alex low and cameraman david bridges were killed in an avalanche in the himalayas stories back in the headlines now after hikers finally fell demand frozen in ice sixteen years after they disappeared but less than a month after they were discovered friends and family of alec slow and david bridges headed to to bet to recover their bodies but for one man the trip wasn't just to bury one of his closest friends it was a chance to finally say goodbye to his former self while in case you're w i models and this is the document looking at the world through the lens of documentary film we wanna get own because it was luck liberal vetted nuclear war there are two kinds of people in the world people who love jesus and people down after the man and i've been a man emulate i've never been woman what is the document well it's a new kind of match between documentaries and radio this week a story that takes place after the cameras stopped rolling will pack our bags for a journey high into the himalayas for an episode i call because it's there at it's a couple of years ago i saw a job dropping documentary called meru it's named after a himalayan mountain that was the obsession of a world class climber named conrad anchor mary was the combination of all i've done in all i've wanted to do is to speak in this climb this is the task of the master climber jimmy conrad have climbed everest four or five times this is a different kind of climbing the days of here he lost half our food and ninety percent of the amount of still above us the center the universe and a two.