17 Burst results for "David Fat"

"david fat" Discussed on Bullseye with Jesse Thorn

Bullseye with Jesse Thorn

03:48 min | 1 year ago

"david fat" Discussed on Bullseye with Jesse Thorn

"I guess composing for films what I I saw And it's what I intended to do. I think I never intended to write Serious music one of a better term but that was that was intended till a friend of mine said. Why don't you try and write some songs you like rock and roll and we listened to it and all soy Loyd? Were you surprised when your songwriting wasn't when you weren't writing hit songs longs sort of I mean I remember thinking well this is right down the middle of the middle of the road I was doing my best but I was trying signed Red Sox as people would like you know I didn't do otherwise and then I'd be. They'd get a record of some kind and then I really be left out with the record and then I I didn't. I think that could be a hit. The record would be when I heard. That's an excuse that you shouldn't be able to use you. Know you should make a demo that tells people stuff but I just never did in a lot of ways. It's like I was in two hundred yard dash and I was running a forty. I write the songs and make a piano demo. This is for the most part of my life and that was it. Then I I go to school or whatever I was doing doing And Carole King. I was making a demo and putting strings on the demo conducting strings and and letting people know how she wanted to go. I'm not sure I could have had some success had I. I've been more directive but I don't know it is amazing to me that I've been around this business and in it for almost sixty years Jesus and I haven't had more hits. Just follow me by accident. You think look at that. What in this movie and the likes it? Not I mean it's amazing just by happenstance. Can you think of what the song that you wrote was. That was your kind of song written for you rather than the kind of saw that you thought people might like. Jeez I don't know a let me think you know when I wrote Mama told me not to come for instance I did write it for me necessarily but I mean I did the best I could with it and I didn't think it was hit or anything. So maybe I wrote that for myself but not as an artist I mean. I think it's on like David Fat. By boy I must have written for myself. I knew knew what was going to do it. cowboy even does this song. I I really love called Simon Smith and the amazing dancing bear. Yeah that's one of those earlier one is. That's the first song I wrote. That was like my style Smith was well it had humor in it it sort of a a narrator. That wasn't totally trustworthy made or totally likeable And departed from the normal vocabulary. Things that was used in soft slightly not much. I never deviated that not much from it because I like it here. Oats here a little bit of that song. Okay I'm the.

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"david fat" Discussed on Awards Chatter

Awards Chatter

14:20 min | 1 year ago

"david fat" Discussed on Awards Chatter

"It's been around since that was the first album I had songs on going back to. Nineteen sixty nine came in seven and I had songs from three or four years before and the final song on that one is one that I know people. I think you've said you you believe it to one of your favorites and I mean salon has called this. a lot of people have called it a masterpiece this. David Fat boy which is pretty dark. I mean just to set it up for a listener. Basically Sung from the perspective of Con Artists Ray a feels like carnival to me and tried to do that with your -Chestra. Make it sound that way. A song was different. I took it apart and put it back together and I thought recently what my career or path would have been like had. I continued doing that that with orchestra and not worrying about but having to be you know having to beat is not a worry. It's a pleasure just bomb bomb beat along and you know the whole notes but I I wonder what is that continued to work that hard as hard as I worked on that arrangement on stuff. Oh Oh Yeah Oh David Fatboy bad boy David bad boy. It seems like you were never even at the beginning of a career career when people are often anxious to prove themselves or make it big or whatever your first two albums the second one came two years later twelve songs in nineteen seventy these these were not huge commercial successes. I think that probably the reason you started touring after that was at least in part because you got to drum up some excitement around this. It doesn't seem like you ever really were willing to compromise your own vision to say. Could you know it's not like a I've heard people say oh not lately but Beethoven Mozart they could do you know do today. You know great door. There's no way of telling us so stupid but but it isn't necessarily so it isn't necessarily saw that Lennon Burstein you know school. Musician capable of writing great songs could write pop music in fact. He proved he couldn't the mass things like that. It isn't it isn't like you know oh anyone can do it. I mean I'm not sure that I could have done that a mass. I think I I mean I got the messages. I got the message that think it's GonNa rain is real popular and that feels like home is real popular. Though songs were were frankly hard to right isn't that I could do that but I just didn't have it so the third album in seventy to sail away a has been chosen by rolling stone one of the five hundred greatest albums of all time. It's on a lot of lists like that well. I think you're three hundred something they've been but it opens with a title track that a lot of people think is your greatest song ever basically again. I'll always obviously correct me if I'm saying anything wrong but the guy pitching people in Africa to come to America not really necessarily realizing. They're going to be slaves all we we see Shaw's Eh way way we will. I understand the framing of sort of adopting somebody else's personality for Song but the idea of something like that of that particular song. Let's say which I read took six months to come together. Gather in terms of arrangements or whatever it might about school down the wrong road in part wasn't six months of ood grind like you do on uh on a movie but I got the idea in a way this guy whose name I can't recall but he was is married to Leslie Corral was going to have the money to make a movie and he wanted they give pop music people ten minutes a piece like I. I think you mentioned cocker itself a van Morrison to see what they might do so I had an idea of a guy in clearing recruiting the people for the Charleston Margaret and I had a sea shanty before it you know sort of mock Irish Sea Shani and that's what I thought of with ten minutes still unusual idea but I'll tell you. How else are you going to write about it. What are you going to say. Slavery is bad but it seems as American history and particularly race. Are Those interests of yours apart from music even yes. I think so I've written about about a number of times yes. I'm interested in good things happening in that area and I guess I think the best thing I can do is is right about it. I've done it. There's always new things yeah well on that same album. The second song is something I wanna use to ask you a question the second in song lonely at the top. I believe you wrote it for Sinatra and the question is as your own singer-songwriter careers taking off. We're you still interested in writing for other. People still was on the ice still had my old habits. I mean sure that idea. I thought it was good for him. I was wrong. I mean this. How could you think you do that and I thought I said I think it will be hip. You know making fun of all that leaning leaning against the lamp posts so lonely. He's lonely already may be but it's hard to have sympathy for it but I like that kind of show. Oh biz kind of you know area Master General Right Mr Georgia's just how another sign at the seventh political science them food spy and respect. That's job the big ball. You've you've never been somebody. There are a lot of people at the time that you were doing these albums at the early in your career. Who are writing overtly protest songs or are you know sort of political activist songs. It doesn't seem like you would ever do something so obvious but this was in a way your version of that right yeah I've done on it. Other Times. You know wrote a song called. I'm dreaming of a white president and between albums so hasn't gone on on winning but it's probably true that I wouldn't I would if I had you know. There's nothing wrong with emotion. Straight straight unemployed. That's completely what music is supposed to do. Sometimes what I've chosen to do with the media that we've been talking about this character. The character is maybe not a great idea. You know I wouldn't advise any kids to do. I've done all right but I haven't done. That's all right is like Neil diamond. How do you measure all right. Oh two weeks at the Greek. I Dunno just just a gigantic success. You know I got what I wanted. I wanted people who know music are expert in some kind of way to like what I was doing and they did pretty much you know and now I think I'd rather be meal with the Fourth Studio the Um you did something good old boys in nineteen seventy four that I think is it may be unique in your work is to have a just a concept album where it runs through the entire theme team right almost and in this case it's the American south and we're talking about rednecks where you're writing from the perspective of a of a southern races says we're talking about Louisiana nineteen twenty seven which I want to ask you about because that took on a whole new life after Traina. You have a history with the South yourself I do my mother was from New Orleans and I was born in Los Angeles but went to New Orleans when I was a week old maybe two weeks old and we stayed there until I was three and go back in the summer until I was eleven twelve so for me. It was the other place I mean. It was real different. It has had a big river and it rained in the summer afternoon and it was real humid in my mom's family was down there and it was different kind kind of thank different kind of family people mythology is it very much so and I do to some extent to dig in harder into my southern southern heritage which is miniscule then. You might look askance that you know it's likely Jesus you know but I don't like and I've written. I think songs that voice. I can't remember professional southerner. You know like yeah we go boys and all that bullshit will we'll so rednecks. I guess though is sort of the example of adopting the persona of the least becoming southerners right the well not say say the truth. The song is about as you probably know this southern guy who was watching his governor presumably you know on television and and they were rude to him which really happened which really have yeah. I saw Dick Cavite with I thought I thought the audience was route and I thought if if I were a southerner of I were from Georgia I would have been offended by what I saw so I wrote a song and his guys in in the song he mentions mentions all the ghettos of the North that you know you don't have any moral superiority over us. He sang and it's true straight ahead true and ends that's what the guy means to me as possible to get too lost in one of these characters to the extent that you're true to the character but it is dangerous. When song is that well yeah because I mean just to not to beat her out. I don't want to beat around the bush. I mean these days. A song with a guy you know using the n word is not going to go over the way it might have once. It's never know the end. We're never went over but to guy what he used used it. So Oh yeah you're asking. Is that going too far because the guy would use the word definitely would the ultimate thing for you is be true to the character. Sir Yeah I mean admittedly using that word is right on the border line or over it. Maybe but I mean I it isn't quite the ultimate. I'm conscious of being offensive. You know sometimes they just didn't know short people's offensive what coming out there but no. I don't regret that though admittedly it is a close call and I think these days you preface the performance of that with some you don't know in the other one though I just WanNa come back to is because while while that might extensively seemed to be about the Great Mississippi Flood of nineteen twenty seven. There's actually some as usual with you some double meaning. I think think there as well right. What is it when you talk about. They're trying to wash us away and some of that you know the thing down. There is the key to a lot is they don't. I don't like being told what to do. Particularly I think by the North Korea which is Washington up in the north and your is in the North so oh they're trying to watch US away picking an enemy out of the which people do and clouds blow in from the north which they don't really I mean the weather comes from the sow now almost always but it was just the idea that north is coming together. I will we all array down. Black six feet indiscreet disagreed so please yeah all right. You are a step ahead of me. I want to ask you about short short. People which is on Little Criminals Ninety seventy seven the fifth studio album and interestingly the song that of all of your songs was the biggest hit went to number two two on the billboard hot one hundred but also caused a lot of crap. I just want to let people know here..

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"david fat" Discussed on Security Now

Security Now

05:26 min | 2 years ago

"david fat" Discussed on Security Now

"There was only the the superfish system installed a certificate that all that was common to all Lenovo users who. Had that superfish software which then allowed spoofing to for of any site to all of those users same thing for Sennheiser, but a per system certificate, and what I what I said last week the mistake that Sennheiser made was not creating a per system Sirte, which they're installer could easily have done which blizzard did so blizzard did what they wanted to do correctly. So. Yeah. And Craig thanks for for sharing that experience an example. Okay. So an important lesson and teachable moment. Thanks to more troubles with Google. Plus. David fat Vacher VP product management of G suite posted yesterday under the title, expediting changes to Google plus and I will quickly share what he wrote he said in October. We announced that we'd be sunsetting the consumer the consumer that's one keyword version of Google, plus and its API's because of the significant challenges involved in maintaining a successful product that meets consumer's expectations as well. As the platforms low usage, we've recently determined that some users were impacted by a software update introduced in November that contained a bug affecting a Google plus API. And of course, our listeners will remember that we covered exa- a different exactly similar problem. Not. That long ago. He says we discovered this bug as part of our standard an ongoing testing procedures and fixed it within a week of it being introduced, so my main the the point I'll get back to later is that they have something called standard and ongoing testing procedures which brought this to light. And that's that's significant. He says no third party compromised our systems, and we have no evidence that the app developers that inadvertently had access for six days were aware of it or misused it in any way with the discovery of this bug. We had decided to expedite the shutdown of all Google, plus API's, this will occur within the next ninety days. He's the the addition of which essentially as accelerates this by about half a year, he said inex- in addition, we have also decided to accelerate the sunsetting of consumer Google plus from August twenty nineteen to April twenty nineteen while we recognize there are implications for developers. We want to ensure the protection of our users. Details about of the under details about the bug in our investigation that he wrote our testing revealed a Google plus API was not operating as intended. We fixed the bug promptly and began an investigation into the issue are investigation into the impact of the bug is ongoing. But here's what we have learned. So far, we've confirmed that the bug impacted approximately fifty two and a half million users in connection with Google plus API with respect to this API. PI apps that requested permission to view profile information that a user had added to their g plus profile like their name Email address ocupation age. And so on were granted permission to view profile information about that user, even when not set to public. So it was a glitch in this should this it be public or not and the and the upshot was it published information that the user had put in but it marked non-public. In addition apps with access to users Google, plus profile data also had access to the profile data that had been shared with the consenting user by another Google plus user, but that was not shared publicly. So again, another publication mistake, the bug did not give developers access to information such as financial data national identification numbers passwords or similar data typically used for fraud entity theft, no third party compromised our systems, and we have no evidence that the developers who inadvertently had access to this for six days were aware of it or misused it. We have begun the process of notifying, consumer users and enterprise customers that were impacted by this bug our nation is ongoing as to any potential impact to other Google plus API's..

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"david fat" Discussed on Popcast

Popcast

02:45 min | 2 years ago

"david fat" Discussed on Popcast

"Right. So anyway, long story short sixty seventies go by and by this point, what used to be straight ahead jazz has morphed into fusion. That's the that's the main. That's the main currency in jazz. There is a sense. And I I could go on and on about the says theological implications of this stuff. But like there's a sense that we've lost something valuable. We need to go back and reclaim. It. And this is you know, this is morning in America days as well. This is Ronald Reagan days. So it's it's not jazz is not the only realm in which as goes got here and would put it we're like looking for John Wayne figure to come in and bring us back. You know? So that happens in the eighties would win Marcellus. And with a lot of amazingly talented, young musicians who say, you know, what we're tired of the sort of tree cly overly hyped end under rehearsed fusion stuff. Right damage. He's come with a wild. Fusion shade. These are there were. Somewhere fusion keyboard players like having by his ear under a Hearst. What? What I'm not talking about my, you know, my judge avenues. My my real heroes of of Eddie might think it's it's a completely over maligned idiom I've written about this to make the shave that people throw on seventies jazz is completely misplaced in a lot of ways. But that's the narrative. And so here comes Hargrove nineteen eighty six. He's a sixteen year old trumpet virtuoso in Dallas, Texas, went in Marcellus who to his enormous credit wherever he went on tour was always going to schools in visiting comes and says, hey, like around the jazz educators circuit and around the jazz education conference circuit which is owned Cadillac fish like, okay? This kid. Roy Hargrove is sixteen years old. He's already being talked about. So Whitten comes when Marcellus comes and says, please let me see this guy. And so he actually teaches to him and he's blown away by ROY Hargrove. But one thing that's really important is that ROY Hargrove earliest inspiration was David fat head Newman. A saxophone is from Texas who he saw play as a young person, and who was in Rachel. Dell's ban that was David fat had numerous rate big gig. So what does that tell us about the idea of John remembrance being hard and fast? You know, like his inspiration is in our NBA who's also jazz player should GOP. Is there something we can listen to you quickly some fat head that we can listen to to kinda give flavor of what ROY Hargrove was was was a show attracted to sure. So that Newman's first Abbas, the leader is called fat head rich Arles presents David vetted Newman, and how about willow eat for me, which is a very kind of soulful blues. Inflected Jetta standard..

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"david fat" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

10:07 min | 2 years ago

"david fat" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Every park and turn over a lot of parks and created a lot of chances for just start lying in general. So I mean, that's kind of what we need for hanging. Need him to get in on the four check, especially if they're not gonna give us much on the rush and get those parts back turn them organ and get to the net. And you know, he has a great shot. I mean, he's seeming practices all the time. Three straight twenty goals seasons with the hawks go for that. Voice over here. But he did most of his damage last year on the power play which was needed for the hawks struggled last year. But. Total just eleven assists the entire year five right now after last night's performance and five fifteen number five on five is an area where they really need Artem Anisimov to step up this year. You look at last year small space to complete with Patrick Kane majority of the season so needs to Mark was moved down. So there was some different linemates faxes in any time. You can get Patrick Kane the pocket anywhere on the ice. The potential to pick up an assist so. You know, you look at that eleven last year and he had eleven power-play goals. So that was a better fit for him on the on the power play getting to the front of the net. Numbers went down last year five on five just because we're linemates, but he he's always been a nice fit for Patrick Kane. And as you just heard. There's an excellent job defensively. He knows what to do. And what are you playing with Patrick Kane? When he got the puck, and whatever was the best thing in the smartest thing. And the thing that he needed to do what he did a very well. We'll get the puck to one of those two guys. Get out of the way compliment them work to cycle. Download get back to them get to the front of the net new muster real smart player. So he understands what he's supposed to do when he plays with talented players like that. And that's why he's such a nice step with Patrick Kane. He understands what wants to do. There's a skill level. They're not the Panara. Patrick kane. Skill level of a skill level to complement Patrick Kane to make sure that given goals and stuff like that. Or something that you could really help our Patrick Kane because everybody's focusing on you know, that he's going to get you the past. But the important thing is, you know, either what you saw the game against Saint Louis, you attack the hit and shoot it or you work at to get back to Patrick Kane. Because now all of a sudden these three from the guys that were. Real nice. And they need him to be a big part of these chambers. Patrick Kane was winning the Hart trophy in twenty sixteen. The man who succeeded him a year later was the guy will see here on the ice Connor McCabe. The number one overall pick from the twenty fifth rap. Here's the first back-to-back Ross trophy winner. Jeremy or Yager for won four in a row from nineteen ninety eight thousand one before the game. Joe going through all coaches do when they say. The other bench. Replace a lot. You gotta be aware him being out there. That's beat as lethal is. Or isn't a game. You gotta make sure that you got a decent gap. When he's coming at you. And try to keep the puck. And I think last night. Those two things we're not really prevalent in our game last night as far as us with a check checking mentality. Possession as well. So you can try to eliminate him getting the puck and make a defense. Situation. Yeah. Easier said than done. Mcdavid. Also, the first consecutive one hundred point seasons for an individual simple Sidney Crosby and Alex Ovechkin did it in all nine and ten. So it's the hawks. I look at this kid here. And even though Taylor hall while with the MVP are you one of those who subscribed? Yeah. There's a lot of great young players in this league right now. Are you one of those back? Whether it's a factor. Not Connor mcdavid is the best of the bunch. Yeah. To me. You look at Connor mcdavid is the number one guy. Austin matthews. Right behind him. In the draft of Connor McCabe. Jack Eichel from buffalo. But I can't put him in that category. I mean, I think there's a really good separation for Connor mcdavid and Matthews and then the next level but Connor mcdavid. It's gonna be a pleasure watching him today. Did the way. As a broadcaster as a fan of game hockey. And I understand I don't want him have any success. And if he has a terrible game. That's great. When you watch him you use appreciate how good he is. How fast there's no player in the game. That's carries the puck and fast as fast players. There's a ton of great skaters in the game today. But how he is able to separate himself from the rest of the pack is is incredible. Wayne Gretzky was great in his own way. But he wasn't a fast gator. He wasn't a physical guy. He wasn't a powerful guy. He was smart. David. Is the fastest carrying once? He gets it can't tax. You've got to eliminate. Full him down by getting in his way and trying to get in his way before he even get one or two stripes. Judge you can't. And when you watch the charters. Connor mcdavid. And what he means to the seven s incredible. It's a one man wrecking ball goes out there each and every night and every time that he's on the actually plays more moist forward in the NHL. If you've got that kind of a world class talent that he's only twenty one years of age. You gotta get as much as possible plays almost twenty four minutes a game, which was an unheard of number a four. Plays in all situations when he's out there. He's dangerous. And it's not just one guy down. I would assume Joe Pineville is going to try and put Jonathan tapes up against Connor mcdavid. But everybody has to be aware of it. Because of you get away from one check your you're going to be looking at the other four guys on take away that time and space, and it is not easy. If it was the NHL or NHL network or maybe his agency that put out a video videos suffer. It's fun. Watching him do drills to try and get better kind of like Patrick Kane. David just has that extra extra gear? Down the ice and from that standpoint death. He's into the concern with what we saw a week ago against Tampa Bay defensively. What we saw St Louis last night the challenges a black hat here tonight. Keeping that space. You really have to. Trust me every team in the NHL one plan. The advertisers tries to figure out a way to shut down Connor mcdavid that dangerous. You know, what Patrick Kane can do you know, what should Crosby can do? But because of the speed of Parma gave is a different level of trying to defend against a player like that. And I. The only thing I can say 'cause everybody says well, how do you shut down get don't try and limit on. But you're trying to take away his time and space should make it a visual possible. If you have an opportunity, and it's hard to get a real good body check on Connor mcdavid. But after he releases the puck finish them off into the boards. He'd his speed can start over from each and every time that he comes down there. He's gonna come out you push back. He'll release the FOX's somewhere else to get them out of the play as much as possible. I would expect a Duncan Keith is going to be there as much as possible. He's the one guy on the Blackhawks. Quickness and the ones who stepped that he has to take away time and space. The logical matchup would be have out there. Every time David is out there as well. What a last year games the only game last year here. Got a jump on Dunkin trying to turn the quarterback. David fat cat. Doorstep yesterday that gave it a goal and assist. Nashville some of his buddies did more damage, but both teams you take. First of all like Everton lost their first two games of the season. Started out with massive road trip overseas, they came back and played on the east coast. They went back Evanston for one day. One of the Winnipeg winning the last game of that road trip. And now they're five one and one in their last seven games. Everybody will twain fingers of how this is going to be for the other will all of a sudden. In the midst of everything is going on here. Got eleven points on the season. And all of a sudden, they become very dangerous team is just one of those guys. I think that could put a team on a draft to carry them into the playoffs and the Blackhawks were and then twice in five days. Finally, got his going to deliver today who's going to deliver his sponsored by jets diesel better because it has to be well, Patrick Kane has great numbers against the Edmonton Oilers in his career, but I'm gonna go with Jonathan tapes in this one. He's got seventeen goals thirty seven points in thirty seven games against those numbers are great. But I'm going to say that he's got to be the guy that delivers tonight because he's going to go head to head against Connor McCabe, and that's not an easy feat. So first of all Connor mcdavid not bad in the face off circle. He's hovering around the fifty percent, Mark. You gotta take the puck out of his hands right away. And Jonathan tasers really gonna have to bear down. All the Centerman are contraindicated make him chase for play for at least half of his shift the shift before they can get. And that's one thing that I look at the Blackhawks struggling to get Patrick Kane involved in the equation for losing face off and the other team has possession. So Patrick Kane and his linemates are trying to chase down the puck for about fifteen twenty seconds. Maybe they get opportunity to get it. And then he's got about fifteen twenty seconds to go before he has to get off on a line change. If you can limit Connor mcdavid facilities could be a factor in the game by taking away about half of his shifts with the ability to get the puck. That's huge face off. At fifty percent for McCain is an improvement over his career..

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"david fat" Discussed on Rob Has a Podcast

Rob Has a Podcast

04:31 min | 2 years ago

"david fat" Discussed on Rob Has a Podcast

"Put them together. Yeah, I mean, get black, isn't there? So I don't know. But yeah, I mean, it's as close as you can get burdening his new nickname. Yeah, now she'd be points to that one. Okay. Do you think that John Hennigan is doing well, like I didn't seem to be annoying anybody. I mean, he's not the school camp when seems annoyed by. All of his name, which would be I think the only thing you could get annoyed at right now, right? I feel like I mean, he lost a challenge, but that was a whole Goliath tribes float. As I said, making a very stupid decision. So I feel like he's good. Yeah, let's just put this in our pocket, giving a bunch of nicknames to yourself. Seems good giving a bunch of nicknames to all the other people on the tribe seems not as good that seems to get on people's nerves. I would love to. We're getting my quiet to all of them by pop culture titles. We'll get John Hennigan to give them all life zyypah nicknames, and like we'd le- sexual racist, politically, incorrect nicknames. I want to be on the Trump. I knew dick wants to be on that tribe. He really wants nickname. Okay. Let's talk about hot cap. Dan. Dan, we, we got to learn a lot about Dan in this episode and a lot of it. We got to hear about Dan's origin story about what what it's like to be Dan, how, how he found himself as a Goliath in bloom fat. Dan. It's not like we never had the confidence walk around here probably say yes, I'm glide, but now the most beautiful girls tell me I'm very good looking. Florida, Dan. All right. Now, Dan does seem to be the one person that survivor is acknowledging that he was a David day. He's the first person ever to cross the line from being David to Goliath that jobs you come back, you can't. You can't go back, but and Dan also that that fat Dan was not a Goliath fat. Dan was David fat. Dan, I saw. I never had the confidence walk around here and proudly say that, yes, I'm glad he bad things happen to fat. Dan, the weather's always bad. Yes. But now the quiz, yes, he gets the only one Chizzy point and now he is a Goliath and women and beautiful women tell him how good looking. He is. Yeah. I mean, it's an impressive transformation. I love that. He also, you know, he was like, this doesn't usually happen to me with the sherman's wasn't expecting it like you were talking about it in the preseason. And also, you know, he comes up to CARA and he's like, you're my kryptonite. Yes. He also said that to Josh, though, I feel like he was just holding onto that pick up line until we could. Said that Josh Wigley was his kryptonite. No, he told Josh that Caroline's is kryptonite, but I like what you said way better. I wish I wished I pull that clip right away. So, yeah, so he ends up meeting Kara and has this conversation with her. Blonde and beautiful. Yeah. Hey, what kind of what kind of girls do you like a blonde and beautiful. Yeah, right up my. He says that car is right up his alley, a number of times also. Yeah, I don't like the sound of that. I don't know what it is, but I don't like it like most like what Pat said. I'm like, I don't like it don't know why I just do it. Yeah. So Dan and Danny Kara, the two goliaths. Now if two goliaths get together and they have a child, the child is autumn adequately Goliath or could be a David. No, I think the China's automatically Goliath, so it seems like Elias is a lot of like your upbringing and stuff. I feel like if David and Goliath, oh my God, what if a David and Goliath go together, what would the child be? Baby could come out of the way my God. Yeah, that's intriguing. Now could to David's have a baby and it would be Goliath. Is that possible? I don't think so. No. No, I think I think that everything will be horrible for that child wherever my mother was a David. My father was David. Oh my God. Oh my God. Everything is not awesome. Have you got for that poor poor child? Yeah. This was also from Dan in Kara talking..

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"david fat" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

10:57 min | 2 years ago

"david fat" Discussed on KGO 810

"What had not been there before him too? Powering monuments to Stalin's victims into the story as I see it. However, John there is this more complicated question, which you, and I just touched on about Russia's kept chronic economic system, which is also blamed on. The argument that Putin and the high leadership leadership policy elites robbed the country enrich themselves. It said Putin's the richest man in the world. There is some truth in this. But we need to put into this door. Historical perspective, again, the kleptocratic oligarchy. Title elements of today's Russian economy also were created not under Putin who came to power in two thousand but under Yeltsin during the nineteen ninety s and particularly during you'll remember, John we talked about it. The period of the so-called shock therapy privatization when a small group of men actually at one point. There was one woman, but she's gone the wife of the mayor of Moscow, but he on not dead. Just retired. Privatized. One scholar wrote a book called pirate ties. They took for a dime on one hundred one hundred dollars, the richest assets of Russia from oil gold diamonds to the railways and planes and most valuable real estate anti privatize it and they owned it. With Putin came to power he began if this is the right word to reform that system because as you said the state needed the revenue and particularly the tax revenue. These people were not thank taxes they had offshore their assets. So Putin began slowly to take back large elements of what had been state owned enterprises. I believe this is correct. I wouldn't wanna do it under oath. Roughly sixty percent today of these large parts of the Russian economy are owned by the state and forty percent by private. Groups and oligarchy. Whatever remains kleptocratic leaving in the system was created under Yeltsin, we could argue and many people in Russia do that Putin should reform and he did that he created his own knowledge. Six. Rich themselves. So this is a complex argument. I would just add one thing on a human level. You and I were not broadcasting regularly. But we knew each other in when the Soviet Union in ended in one thousand nine hundred ninety one correct? Yes. And we've vividly recall that when the Soviet Union ended. Two thirds of the people were plunged into poverty and misery. Lost their pensions, the real wages, their occupation. Men's life expectancy fell as I recall, it thirty seven years within a few years after Putin having come to power in two thousand those catastrophes had been undone and reversed and most people began to prosper and to live longer. What's the point that if Putin and his cO leaders were or are crap jet crash? They're stealing. They nonetheless Putin in particular diverted enough -nough wealth to save the Russian people. This is simply an empirical fact if you look at the data weighing two thousand against even today when the Russian economy is suffering from sanctions two thousand eighteen in these eighteen years under prove Russia, though, by no means highly modern is leading a Konami. I think about eighth or ninth in the world today. Russia has recovered and more than recovered it's grown, and it's people have done much better. I would argue if we leave political liberties aside now, I'm going to get rage. Mayo about this. I've thought about it that most people in Russia today live were choose educate themselves, go about their daily business more freely and more prosperous. Than they ever had. In Russian history. That's not all due to Putin. But they have flourished under potent show. I don't know how you formulate this. We have many cases in American politics of powerful people stealing money, Bernie Madoff the Enron case. We have our scandals. Maybe it's more systematic in Russia. Maybe Putin should have or could have coulda woulda shoulda done more to diminish those aspects of the Russian economy. I think communists, have to sort that out. And there's a new book out that kind of argues that Putin's done pretty well in this regard. I can't think of anyone more organized steal Steve than the Rockefellers marrying one of their children to Senator Aldrich who commit? This in turn of the century. In other words, we're about one hundred years ahead of Russia's development of capitalism. We allow the richest men are on the Washington Post. See, that's that's how liberalism works. Well, I mean, I don't want to defame anybody. No, I'm not defaming. I. I just David fat. I think I think I just stated the John Rockefeller son grandson, married Nelson. Aldrich is daughter once upon a once upon a time. And that's why Nelson Aldrich was Nelson Rockefeller was named for the Aldridge's and Aldridge when that marriage happened. I guess it was John Rockefeller, son. A Nelson Nelson Aldrich. The Senator Aldridge commanded the Senate. This is the turn of the century. And that was just about the same time Roosevelt was fighting the trust and standard oil was divided up into make everybody richer. So that's how we did kleptocracy state. Okay. I've just mentioning nobody. Right. So your your position is I accept that that most large and small countries have kept talkradio. Yes, it's Matic. It's particularly arresting. Well, we like chocolatey as compared to their kleptocracy. They do it crummy. Do it. Good. Well, I would just. Mentioned one thing. This is where I said, I didn't want to slur. Anybody? It's always been a kind of scandalous puzzle to me how and why vice president Joe Biden, Sean and Biden was vice president then ended up sitting on the board of a Ukrainian energy company. I mean that seemed to be such now gore Vidal taught me Steve never say conspiracy. When you can say coincidence, we're gonna come back just a moment. Now, Steve we have one more we have to deal with we've gone through the kleptocracy very quickly. We've got a mention the KGB thug here because it comes up all the time. The late Senator McCain was always bringing up KGB when he talked about staring into Putin's eyes. So the charges that this is only an ever a Colonel in the KGB. Is that is that is that to be defended? Or agreed firi- is my brain turning actually all it's interesting to me because you say KGB, and it's a condemnation. KGB was a very large intelligence service. Not unlike the CIA it had assassins, spies a wet boys scholars and actual intelligence agents. Putin wasn't a spy he was an intelligence aged posted in Germany. Undoubtably. It was a formative experience in his life. He doesn't conceal it. He talks about it often. Proudly I think it turned him into a European man. He was there many years learn to speak German fluently when he became president of Russia. He was the first Russian leader so far as I know ever to address a foreign parliament in the native language, he went to Germany and spoke to the rice stone in Florida fluent German for those who want to see Russian move toward the west. This is a good thing. And proportionate came about the westernization when he was in the KGB. But why do we think if you're a biographer as I want was and you're writing a biography Putin who's now I forget sixty six sixty seven. Why would we think that that those years in the KGB were more formative that what he did afterward? Remember when he left the KGB? What did he do? He went to work as a deputy to the man who was considered. To be the most democratic mayor impose Soviet Russia heaters in Saint Petersburg, chalk. And so he went from the KGB to affiliating himself with the man thought to be Russia's leading democrat at the time. He emerged from a city machine. Just like we have a leaders of this country have emerged from city machines and all accounts, we have what he did is deputy mayor of Saint Petersburg are very favorable to him. There's no I'm gonna I'm gonna stop here because we're going to be tough on him. When we come back. Putin is a fascist that is a charge. We hear routinely and a white supremacist. I want you to speak to that. Because that that is a major major threat thrown down by the anti Putin called Steve Cohen, professor Steve Cohen, New York University, Princeton University, we're discussing the many faces of the villain potent. I'm John bachelor. Christian yelich, the X. Marlin outfield is a strong. Following his second amazing feat for the Milwaukee Brewers to hit the cycle against the Cincinnati Reds. That means single double triple home run in. This instance, with four Rb is you too can be an MVP with balance of nature's fruits and veggies. Balance of nature provides.

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"david fat" Discussed on Making It With Jimmy Diresta, Bob Clagett and David Picciuto

Making It With Jimmy Diresta, Bob Clagett and David Picciuto

04:14 min | 2 years ago

"david fat" Discussed on Making It With Jimmy Diresta, Bob Clagett and David Picciuto

"The. Get anything quick to start with? I don't. How are you doing. Oh, sorry. I know I, you know, it's it's like a, it's like a patent or trademark if you don't use it and you don't enforce it than eight just goes out into public domain and I'm gonna use it announce in tennis, lack. So I actually, I just posted a little video to my my personal patriotic people about potentially bringing the show back and talk about why it's hard to do the show because I've never been able to get a sponsor for this show, and I never been able to find a way to make money in the show and it's not about making money, but the show takes, you know, ten hours, but. And so. One of the one of the ways to make it easier to have to pay somebody to come film and then at the show, and that would make things a lot easier. So I would have to make money at the show to pay this person to come over and then thought about using the patriot and people to help curate and vote and pick the so MAC matchup Dona to right, Matt houses and doing anymore. I'm not sure. It's probably his, it's a hard thing to keep up with. I mean, yeah, I think I don't think he's. Yeah. So, I mean, Jay Bates does a little blog every week of what's what's going around and and he does some good stuff, but I'm not sure about actual videos. So let's go. I mean now, I mean, honestly, since you stopped doing the show compared to now you probably have a lot more opportunity to ask, say, for instance, rock Leroux. Anybody else just throw a little bit in their brought to you by the, you know, even if it's like a full video build type thing. Maybe you know, might make it more tractive to them if they commit to like ten of them at certain price, you're you're right. The weird thing is I have never gotten a sponsorship deal when I've done the asking. It's like everybody's everybody has come to me and it's a question. YouTubers get as lot. How do you get sponsorships on the choir? I don't know. You just, yeah, you gotta wait, you gotta make noise and and a half people come to you. So it's, it's just one of those things. You know, the funny thing is when when you consider where we all were for years ago, when we started doing this three years ago, how long ago was compared to now? I mean, I think the talking for me, but I think all three of us get at any given time just floating idea to anybody might not get an answer. The typical thing, they just don't answer you, but you might just strike nerve. We're in the past we, we had no idea Hootie mail house. We didn't have any contacts. Yeah, you're right there, but one of the patriots in amazing places. That's how a great way we're funded here. And so one of the thoughts is like patriot can watch a live taping of it, and then they get the full thirty minutes and then a public. It's the edited down ten minute version. And you know, so things like that little extras, it's it's just in the thought stage now. So. I don't want anybody to excited. It would be lady can get a beer distributor sponsorship. I'm telling you, I would. I'd be happy with that. Yeah. Oh, like you know, one of those guys that do like the the beer a month club or something like that? Oh, yeah. Yeah, for sure. Yeah, because. Dolts. Hopefully hopefully the patriot people will have some response to that and some ideas and stuff. Yeah, I just posted a video last night. So check out some of the comments later today. So if you're not supporting David fat, go do that. And then you can see that video. That's what this whole conversation. It's all about me and you're, you're crafty crafty world picking, here's speaking of crafty. Crafty. Your TV show was on last night right show was on this show. I'll be really honest. I don't have TV like I don't have cable. I don't even. I don't either. I didn't watch it, so I don't have it..

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"david fat" Discussed on Bullseye with Jesse Thorn

Bullseye with Jesse Thorn

05:01 min | 2 years ago

"david fat" Discussed on Bullseye with Jesse Thorn

"Dot p. r. slash turning the tables. It's bowls Jesse thorn with me now, music legend, Randy Newman. He's playing the Hollywood bowl on Sunday, August twelfth. If you're up in northern California, you can see him at the Luther Burbank center in Santa Rosa on August. Fourth, I have a question for you as a transplanted Angelina your native Angelino. Yes, pretty much. So your famous hit song? I love LA. To what extent is the message of the song? Literal? And to what extent is the message of the song? Ironic. From your perspective, as the guy who wrote wrote in recorded the song. It's a difficult one. I say it's pretty close to fifty fifty, but the most no power is with the positive. I love LA you know, all the little jokes about the bum and the big red head and and the appeal highway, which if you, if you live here, you know the imperial highway is not the shots set. And I picked the streets like that except for six. So I would say that it's very good questions about half in half. I mean, I I have to say like as a as when I didn't live in Los Angeles, I would hear the song. Oh yeah. Randy Newman's really giving Los Angeles. The business in Los Angeles has earned it. You know what I mean? Like he's really taking these really taking those big blonde haired so. And is so and so's down APAC. Right. That's fine. I don't mind right along with the red at all. But yeah, feel like as I've as I've lived in, I've lived in Los Angeles for a decade. Now I feel that it is rather than a takedown. It is sort of an acknowledgment of some of the inherent grotesquery of Los Angeles celebration of lack of depth. Of of the simple pleasures, simple stupid even. Yeah, definitely. It's, you can't write a chamber of commerce song about an American city. What are you gonna do. I mean, I like left my heart and San Francisco. I love song and you could write that one. Now you're a hell of a time. You might be able to write that one to maybe have to be for show though. I mean what? Jay z Alicia Keys to pretty good New York. That's pretty good. You bet. Okay. I'm glad to hear that. Do you do you get pumped when they played at the end of the dodgers game or whatever. It's nice. It's not bad in a lot of they'll have a lot of Latin fans, and they. They know who I am more than the Anglo fans at at the game for some reason. Do you enjoy the way that writing for higher asks you to kind of being emotional craftsperson get out of yourself? Yeah, very much. I would never have written. You got a friend when somebody think from twisters two ton of these song called look see smile, which I just never would have thought of. I'm glad that I get pulled out of the muck and mire to do something like that stuff assignment writing. I'm not miss this -sarily confident that I can sit down and write a song or I can sit down and do a queue. You know a movie music, but I am sure that if you give me an assignment and give me some words that you wanna convey adjectives also, I can write that. Yeah, you just take you just take a list of three or four adjectives friendly. You want friendly, comforting dangerous. Yeah, and I get it back then if they change their mind, do I can do something else? What are you most proud of in your career. That I write will to assign as one of them actually. I'm proud of. Instances in both fields. Worth. I pushed myself a bit taking some chance. I know I'm always taking chances with what I do. It's a bit of a push like. The great debate on the first whatever I called. I forgot what I call. I think that's it. On the last record. It's the great debate. Yeah. And at the time, David fat boy and some of the music from. Monsters where you had forty five minutes. What do you couldn't do it consonants? You couldn't write a straight vanilla corridors courts love and Stephen foster loved. So I had to go and do distance..

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"david fat" Discussed on Bullseye with Jesse Thorn

Bullseye with Jesse Thorn

01:39 min | 2 years ago

"david fat" Discussed on Bullseye with Jesse Thorn

"It's amazing just by stance. Can you think of what the first song that you wrote was that was. Your kind of song written for you rather than the kind of song that you thought people might like. I don't know a let me think. You know. When I wrote mama told me not to come. For instance, I didn't write it for Meena -sarily. But I mean, I did the best I could with it and. I didn't think it was a hit or anything. So maybe I wrote that for myself, but not as an artist. I mean, I think like David fat by boy, I must have written for myself. I knew it was going to do it. Cowboy even does a strong. I, I really love called Simon Smith and the amazing dancing bear. Yeah, that's one of those earlier. One is. That's the first song I wrote that was like. My style in what Simon Smith was? Well, it had Umer in it. Sort of a narrator wasn't totally trustworthy, maybe or totally likeable. And departed from the dorm vocabulary things that was used in soft slightly. Not much. I never deviated that much from it. 'cause I like it matere here a little bit of that song. Okay. I'm make goo out..

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"david fat" Discussed on WORT 89.9 FM

WORT 89.9 FM

05:09 min | 3 years ago

"david fat" Discussed on WORT 89.9 FM

"The extra ten dollar match for you we have a dozen of goes left and like newsham all up before the end of the show in the background listening to uh david fat had newman and dr lonnie smith doing tropical yet and we're going to switch now over to ethiopia and hear something from less furrows smith the both ludi lin mm lorde lorde and oh man no man vulgar the maiden elle fanning although there have been both and and enabled in in in in any way the the patch yeah and this monkey 1970s music from ethiopia uh love it yes it reminds me of the cambodian um what is that the band that's been here in played live a whole bunch of the bad then gave fever you haven't they did the a to now one of the recordings called ethan opium which is a twonet written by a stock came a lot of stocky you sure about that from ethiopia therefore it during your inside your brain must be interesting looking pretty dusty it's great music and this is the place to hear it here on wjr the bank you heather this cayman yes thank you jim kuyp out cross planes yet again you have donated the w r t thank you very much that.

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"david fat" Discussed on The Kinda Sleepy Podcast

The Kinda Sleepy Podcast

01:52 min | 3 years ago

"david fat" Discussed on The Kinda Sleepy Podcast

"Some clips in i watched we do what his guy he he actually broken down analyzed it and he showed how different groups that agreed with certain things county made to hold wound counter they give it was it yet and we have to work after a may a corner if so as to a man called everybody everybody everybody was clapping and agree with audit small man you know net ended they like you said before once you start segregating individuals from white american black american this and you are the president of the united states you should be able to unite these individuals and not segregate them because you doing this for this this group of people doing this for this group of people element s men as a ministry bullshit to me i'm just anybody clapped for that shit well you know the one thing about the military did i always took the heart is if you have us own that pet i don't care where brancheau while eur i got your back right you know but at that moment nath i see in a bar fight i may leader player we almost wishing where we've we down rain so i guess i'm gonna make snow late home that we take it he you take it by david fat terrify makes your home day is is is so as nina bar can you notice wanted to one things there you know i want to make sure my daughter ahead opportunity not to which i always wanted her to support her community bowels her to know her surround is also a you know in at ended they man out communities a nudges like i always say that night is what we stay where we live is what we work is where friends all as where family are you know any inoki moonies a big inches that one isolated space that we call home and foil put for president of the united states did this isolate len let me one demographic of people may you know that.

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"david fat" Discussed on WEEI

WEEI

01:48 min | 3 years ago

"david fat" Discussed on WEEI

"The term they used in the globe a remarkable ascendance never they said uh do have the right we gotta read the herald labelled to that had we should joe's in rhode island joe what's up guy what's up very uh why we're finally came true uh many aired up until yesterday i wasn't a fair but let me cry you want me all the fbi card ali eh jerry dowd great we got a little we don't dare i wanted to hear wife various i gave you property about jerry what would you with a beckoning about for david fat nobody heard it a genuine you make your two thousand fared he would like faldo fared but you tractor mock you did all the phone you guidebook about for your heart your and then he not one per ounce great came forward with that and then when you make your buck the refs no red sox players i heard it all really we're going to europe hundred dugout driving you and then you came right back in said art the bullpen what they don't like he's calling forgot that deal with the bullpen out the outfield i mean 'cause you're brainwashed essentially by this as as what's happ i mean he was it was all a display last night you know why people like keith don't want to say adam jones the that owns that they don't believe adam jones because it will be cues the the line correct and then and then guides but set on his show we laid out like lewd glenn bull said you know now that we think about it we don't believe him nope aussie and i'd only powell keeps stops and thinks about it maybe he doesn't do that may be too busy break down the bullpen matchups but when you stop and think about consider that there were no witnesses nobody not even his teammates by the way not even the guys in the bullpen not the cops the security guards the.

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"david fat" Discussed on WZFG The Flag 1100AM

WZFG The Flag 1100AM

01:58 min | 3 years ago

"david fat" Discussed on WZFG The Flag 1100AM

"Ultimate level of killing their brother of their cousin and i'm afraid we are almost there again david because these people on the left cain armed with sticks and stones and feces and urine and flame throwers i saw the pictures david they're out of control i live here in san francisco these burma nonetheless will close highways they beat people up they stop people from speaking is this civil dialogue no it's not but let's not forget that if was it was it was not one of them who drove a car into human being we all yes guy he's been shot he's been charge he's been charged with homicide it's been called a hate crime what more needs to be done now must we all genuflect and take responsibility for the maniac in the car well no we don't do could genuflect in and left we feel maybe a workforce scott in this moment which maybe we should quite frankly well i began the show strangely not by reading the ten commandments of probably went over their heads the most listeners left and right but david in euro article how antiwhite rhetoric is fuelling right nationalism you keep you keynote some statements in the past year you're right all the following headlines have appeared in well read publications won the white guy problem two white men must be stopped the very future mankind depends on it three i don't know what to do with good white people 410 things white people need to stop saying of of next point deal white people he's a list of things we we should stop do what kind of garbage is this this is out rights south african racism it's a prelude to the necklacing of people in the streets david fat arafat i know you tr look david i know you're trying to heal i know you're trying to heal the nation and i really i really respect you're writing trust me i have very few guests on the show but i think you're a keen intellect and i really loved your article i recommend people read it in the list i put it up on michael savage dot com and i re i i really hope you keep up writing you keep referencing compromise and god david david marcus of the is thank you very much for being with us on the.

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"david fat" Discussed on Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ

Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ

01:48 min | 3 years ago

"david fat" Discussed on Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ

"Many kawai uh when they're talking about donovan mitchell so like there's gonna be a good rookie class i think many who lieu alone when people start comparing guys guys and they're all his hino video on the funds i heat that guy's hounding people man is crazy i didn't rumors coopers at that level yet the star hennessy liaision juniors america but he cou defensive player of the year come on let's find out let's find out which boy dean from duarte talking about though hello dean hey it warning hey you're doing okay enjoying it here buddy thank you sir hey i want is david fat don't act like you don't know of our rid noticed great you remember will reggie miller with shokhin kkob out on the table flatten kobe rally and tell them yaacobi seventy years on a home mandian talking you'll runup seventeen running a marathon pick got it all he looked like a little bell european i think i could faith up at him he found out about their wiry drink or reggie miller so don't act i don't know why restrict this way different i just when you talk about this guy's like reggie miller he groom their body tight even was steady but the body tonsure only going allowed him to do so much here he's not to become raimondo dr owner was there but he's he's like djurgarden's from denver 15 pounds muscle he's gonna be all right before i mean i look at is there a look at his father run look it is it going note the middle jello uso jello mellos i look at those two and i can see where his his body could potentially put on some muscle mass and obesity nificant to the point of noreturn no harm around australia look like lz.

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"david fat" Discussed on Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ

Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ

01:48 min | 3 years ago

"david fat" Discussed on Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ

"Many kawai uh when they're talking about donovan mitchell so like there's gonna be a good rookie class i think many who lieu alone when people start comparing guys guys and they're all his hino video on the funds i heat that guy's hounding people man is crazy i didn't rumors coopers at that level yet the star hennessy liaision juniors america but he cou defensive player of the year come on let's find out let's find out which boy dean from duarte talking about though hello dean hey it warning hey you're doing okay enjoying it here buddy thank you sir hey i want is david fat don't act like you don't know of our rid noticed great you remember will reggie miller with shokhin kkob out on the table flatten kobe rally and tell them yaacobi seventy years on a home mandian talking you'll runup seventeen running a marathon pick got it all he looked like a little bell european i think i could faith up at him he found out about their wiry drink or reggie miller so don't act i don't know why restrict this way different i just when you talk about this guy's like reggie miller he groom their body tight even was steady but the body tonsure only going allowed him to do so much here he's not to become raimondo dr owner was there but he's he's like djurgarden's from denver 15 pounds muscle he's gonna be all right before i mean i look at is there a look at his father run look it is it going note the middle jello uso jello mellos i look at those two and i can see where his his body could potentially put on some muscle mass and obesity nificant to the point of noreturn no harm around australia look like lz.

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"david fat" Discussed on LA Talk Radio Channel 1

LA Talk Radio Channel 1

02:12 min | 4 years ago

"david fat" Discussed on LA Talk Radio Channel 1

"Based we all set up right days in the orchestra i was one of the first people to hired female musicians i had ladies playing sex a phone i had ladies playing trumpet i said you know can you play that was my criterion which brings me to my audition with ray charles when i was at studio in goal star dug all star was where we did show spectre we did a lot of hits their barry white i played on one of his original tracks there but monday arthur right standing in a whole we talking with telephone i want by any says he done take this call i said what he said rick charles looking for guitar player my so i'm wide he said tom take the call it so i took a telephone it was one of the arm or two cable that you know this you know that pay farm and i said alderson don peak and a voice of this a joe adams great charles looking for deter player i said show i'm white he said can you play i said yes he said we have gone to thirty five deter players we can not find somebody that can really music from play jazz can play the blues and knows rate charles also and i said i i can do all that he said get down here so and forget up right where i get this guitar my blown to i had a rhythm guitar with me and available for i drove down western avenue i turned east on washington boulevard and i'm driving along a look on the left side in there is this kind of semi around building obviously rpm international to pull in there in the back door has a buzzer apuesta button to think goes be open the door there's a stairway going up and caring my stuff up just years at the top or two doors with push morris i took my right foot i'm had kicked the door george flew open and facing the in their chairs the entire rate charles orchestra and the rain layups staring at me for trumpets for trumbo owns five sexes you know david fat had newman james claim the right cooper but philip doable from come bases been trying oh one tees all from ellington's orchestra plan trumbo.

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