18 Burst results for "Deana Carter"
"deana carter" Discussed on KSR
"Is a seven eight match. Yeah if terry very negative very clo- yeah. What do you got got clip back. State of mind or there ain't nothing wrong with the radio. I love clint black. But this feels more nineties. Cruncher to me fits the criteria. Just has that sound to move forward. Aaron tippin from vote. All right right. Betsy would've won them. That's why with govan. I think the the harmonica would be over. So i'm going to go with the clock. Laxa all right shannon. We had a lot of controversy with our last two versus fifteen match with cowboy. Take me away versus. Do ms walker and this is a tough one to here. But think i'm gonna give the edge to clint black stayed on to me. These are both sweet sixteen songs. I would put both of these songs. If i was listening to my favorite ninety songs. Probably certainly in the top twenty. But i gotta go with there. Ain't nothing wrong with the radio. When i hear that north. i'm like to me. I think drew hit it. That's the nine right. There is air tip and in many ways is the nineties like country in a nutshell. So i gotta go that which means we're tied which means we got another one for bob for bobby. We keep fancy in there. If you're going to vote for the other song. Because i wanted to. I can't help it. Fancy got code of the three of us would have picked fancy. That's why you why you took not why don't why don't we call bobby break and we'll get to vote on these three. Okay okay. can we do. There's no he's off. He was taping the stapleton interviewed. Actually radio this morning. I'll listen to that you. Yeah he was taking all right. So we'll we'll try to get him in the break. We'll take your calls as well. Five zero two five seven today. This is our to talk to matt. Jones and crew. Call the clark's pop shop phone line at five zero two seven one ten eighty or one eight seven seven nine. Four eighty beat blue and you kentucky. Sports radio on talk radio ten. I start with a harmonica last dance with mary. Jane could calm piano. Man billy man and people keep saying train train blackfoot. I don't know what that is. What is no idea petty song. The tom petty song doesn't really start with vermont. Data has her monica in. It doesn't beginning. Yeah what is train. Train blackfoot. We got bali bronze on. He's a busy man. I don't wanna take up too much of his time. Bobby are you well. That's a good point because i have. I'm kaylin. I ceylan at the beach and promised her no work. And i said hey kaelin matt's calling me go on his show because i'd like to ask the promise or no work is she said he did. Rsvp to the wedding. So you're allowed. So i'm here so we got three tiebreakers for you to break. And i haven't told you what these are yet. Here we go. I breathe by faith. Hill versus prop me up beside the jukebox. If i die by joe i feel like there's a pretty easy one it is isn't ninety. Countries destroyed up at this joe defeat nine. The size buys my childhood. So if i have to pick and i had a relationship with joe before he died loved him. I'm going joe. Diffey bike it. That was my vote. All right good. We let you said to kind of personifies all right next strawberry wine deanna carter versus chasing that neon rainbow. Jack's first of all if you're going to have this this competition you've got to learn how to play people's names ride and even though it's spelled deanna. It's deana carter. I'm a bit insulted for her. Right now sorry deana carter. I didn't i thought it was the i always called her. Deanna my fault. All right so which of those two is easily strawberry wine. People know exactly what part of the life that they were living when that song play. That song grabs you. I remember when i was thirteen years old singing that song. The deana carter is the tie-break there. He ought voted for her. If i was on yesterday team he's right. You said that he plant song player. You went right to the now bobby. I call that girls pointing at each other song. Every time that comes on like women will appoint this our song. So that's when. I said it was i i i pointed at people too. I love that saw like seventh grade. I pointed everybody. Yeah that's the way easily. Both were great but carter win. Finally clint black state of mind versus. There ain't nothing wrong with the radio. Aaron tippin it's. It's clint black state of mind versus aaron. Tippin wrong with radio. Which going we're going to go. Aaron tippin and fifteen over to yes which which by the way. Let me say this about aaron. Tippin he is it probably in the sixties now and somehow he's still quite muscular like if he was always and he's still jacked even though he's an older guiding so I would go to an aaron tippin concert tomorrow. I love aaron tippin. I so bobby. I you agree with me onto not on one but great opinions. Thank you get back to the beach. We'll talk to you next week. All right all right bye guys up there you go. Well there you go. That was good just like this pick. I would have gone all those votes to like road at any. I'm just sitting here on the beach. Not doing anything with my girlfriend permission. I thought he was talking to his boss. I guess he was soon to be wife ball city really. Can i come on the radio. I was like okay. There was asking his wife. Should i ask who wins american idol. Very into this season like this season girl man. she's making. She's one of the favorites. We're gonna try to have her on. Maybe next week very good. I who's up next. Dalton dalton dalton. Hi i'm good. How are you doing good. What's up so i got two things of wondering. When can we expect a cows post season interview with you and Jackie burton said the curtis burge had he not gone to uk. He would have been jealous. Volley state guys So with the recruiting momentum that we've seen the last couple of weeks Do you think the same thoughts can be going through the heads of gavin wimsatt and danke. We're gonna talk about gambling. Wimsatt in the next hour ryan would have to answer about and key. But i you know i would say for cows postseason interview. I mean i think what. I was told us he would do it after the roster was settled. Say i would say if it's not settled by mid-may he'll probably come on anyway. If these guys wait that long. But i they did tell me he would come on. They just said they wanted to get through the roster. So we're still waiting on really david manson. Pm brooks at their enemy and other people come in to the portal. That haven't said yet to. I'm sure i remember the championship. Just ended monday. It seems we weren't so long time since we played and hasn't been a long time. Everybody else played who's next. Let's go to jeff. Jeff.
"deana carter" Discussed on KSR
"This is so dorky. But it's true driving to my interview on the dc circuit with a raymond randolph. Which was like if you got a clerkship with him on the dc circuit. It was huge. Like nobody do had gotten one on the dc circuit like five years. And everybody was telling me you're not going to get it and this song played and i listen to the words and i was like massing. That's what he was chasing his neon rainbow. I'm chasing mine to the dc circuit now ended up hating the job. I got it. But i hate it but at the time that i really liked it so i. So she eight with it. So i'm voting for chasing that neon rainbow. What about you. This is the song that got you mentally prepared for this huge interview. This one because of his. He's out there playing like he's he's like reaching for his dream and at the time. I thought that was my dream. It wasn't i get it. Though i get it. I mean it was. It's a song about sort of reaching and hoping you're going to get what you've been striving for right great song. I love alan jackson thirty. So i'm voting for this. what are you have. I'm voting for this dan. What are you voted for. I love alan jackson but song for song. Which one's better going strawberry wine. Deana carter fair enough. Let's go the phones who's nass. Let's go to justin justin chasing that neon rainbow or strawberry. Want strawberry one. Wow we got ta calls on another one that we're going to have to go to bobby. It'll probably be tomorrow before we do it but we'll have to go that way and see what put you got for us. So y'all last year. Before the season started he was talking about how he watched the nba and the bubble in the change of offense. I feel i feel like that. The team we had last year he. They weren't good enough for him to implement the changes the coming next year. Do you think he'll be able to implement more changes of an nba style offense. I think it's a great question. I think we'll have to see. I mean i. It's clear he's going to have a roster that is more suited to that. He's going to have grady. He may have meant dante alan. He's gonna have dudes who are more suited to what you're talking about now. Will he play like that. I think it remains to be seen but it is a fair point to say that at least for a lot of the year. We didn't seem to have the roster to do that now towards the end of the year. We kinda did and he was shooting a lot of threes. But you do wonder what if had done that the whole year. I don't know what the answer is. Appreciate the call. What do you think do you think he will do. You think he if he doesn't change this year. Do we agree that he's never gonna change. Yeah he has to. After that season we had last year. He's got to bring in some people that can run that style offense to hit the threes. But the question is i mean he is he gonna play them. We had the didn't play much. He's got to dedicate himself play grady though right he's gonna play that kid. I mean they're not bringing that kid into sit the bench. No either shooter score. They desperately need that. So when do you think we'll find out about debut on minutes. I dunno. i thought we you know. I don't know the indiana people are convinced. Ryan they're getting kion brooks like if you go to indiana message boards. It's all about kion brooks. They are convinced they are getting in remember. His dad said it was just a week. Ago is dad said well. He's not he will not transfer. Yeah but then again devon ask us dance said he was coming back so i mean what do you believe you know. The davis kid decided to come back to indiana. So i guess maybe they'll get excited. Think they'd get. Kim brooks also to add to that line but they like the indiana fans are like saying slammed up. I have not heard that on the kentucky side. But it'll be interesting to see. As far as i'm i'm of the belief ron he likely returns. But i don't know i have no inside on. I'm not sure anybody do you think he'll return. I think there's a very good chance. I think you flip a coin with him. He could go either way well. We will have an announcement on a football commitment loose more music better things. This is kentucky cordray. We'll from the chinese menu..
"deana carter" Discussed on The Bobby Bones Show
"Think about. What is that right number. Nine for the clemson tigers. Feel like i learned a lot about. Football my cartoons. It's so okay this college football player true story. His mother had some drug problems but he had a little brother and she had to go to rehab or the state offered her rehab that they were going to pay for it. I mean she needed to go do as but the his little brother was going end up in a group home so he while he's at clemson takes in his little brother and hides him on campus in the dorm. And then the then. I don't wanna give everything away but the team starts to help him in a way once they find out and coaches but then the nc double a. gets involved because it's like. Whoa whoa whoa. You can't have your little brother. And so he's like the one person that took a petition before the board of the ncaa and there had to be a vote. And you'll have to watch to see what happens but either way it's an inspiring story. And i i loved it so it's a movie. It's a feel good. It's for the whole family. Even my daughter stuff sheera loved it. Well how long ago this happened with this guy. Oh this is the law. I would say a early eighties early nineties. He back in the day. They have clips of oprah interviewing them when it happened like the real at the end. There's like real life footage which is neat. I just was. I was moved by ray other yelling at ray. Our producer number nine. I was like clip nine. He's not that known. I guess because he didn't go onto the nfl guess what position he plans area ago bones. Okay it's on. It's on disney hall. Family will love it warn though it is a clemson commercial. I mean it's very clemson. Because he went to clemson. But it's like it's like rudy. Remember when rudy rudy came up great notre dame commercial. That's what this is about greater with brennan. Boroughs worth arkansas okay. Did you watch that. No i haven't is that good. I need to write this down. What sport is it. it's on netflix. It's called greater amy's pile of stories so reba mcentire and her boyfriend. His name's rex linn. They recently had their first movie date but they rented out the entire movie theater for private screening of tom. Hanks's new movie news of the world and this used to be something you would think that only reba could afford but because of the pandemic it costs one hundred and forty nine dollars a rent out an amc theater right now in case you're wondering and maybe you want to grab a few friends and go do that or take a date or whatever. Yeah they used to be the thing we look at and go. that's so baller and although it is expensive now but it doesn't cost ten thousand dollars to do it anymore right. It's like the price of taken a family to the move right. You're right exactly right. Rita took a picture theatre with all the snacks. Popcorns reasons pieces having a good time. You know the thing about movies that i like. I don't like going to the theaters. I haven't for years. Because i don't want to deal with people talking on their phone but the movie theaters that good food and have the reclining chairs that actually makes it a bit worth it. If you can find one of those in your town some towns have them. I like the alamo draft houses through or this. What's the reason went to. Am they have like the chairs that lean back in the reserve. Seating is great when you buy your ticket online to get a seat. Go instant looking for seat right. Yeah saying what's your favorite movie snack or like if you're at the movies what's the one thing you're buying if i am allowing myself to candy. Yes i like. Milk duds probably in the only place. All he did is the movies. Milk duds if out of all the candidates They have their right okay. We'll in a food. If you like fruity pebbles and cocoa pebbles ice cream is in the works to hit grocery stores this year. No word yet on which stores are going to carry the ice creams. But you've now got your favorite cereals in ice cream form. which do you like. Better cocoa or fruity pebbles. I like cocoa. Berek is what it does to the mill. And it's. I'm sure it's going to the ice cream too. Good though thurgood. who is on fruity. Who is on cocoa two different to can. I know it's going to be the rudy pebbles. Fred flintstone coco was born. Okay cool we went to can sam all right whatever. Similar cereal taste lies. The puppy bowl will be back despite the pandemic. some people don't is still going to happen but discovery announced that the three hour seventeenth annual event will be going down on sunday february seventh. And why this is awesome. Is they get puppies from shelters to compete in this and every year the puppies and kittens that are featured in the people. They have one hundred percent adoption rate success. So it's fun. I think. I'm gonna gather i've never really been into this. I'm i might gather my kids and be like we need to watch this talk about it before she said all that can gamble on it. Because i've fight. How are you gonna gamble on these about these dogs. I mean it could just be a toss up vile amy's pile of stories. It's time for the good news. I watch box. A woman in avondale arizona was getting ready for work doing her hair and she looks out the bathroom window. Goes man that house across the street. There smoke oh no. The neighbor's house is on fire and she runs over there and banging on the door fire. Fire fire wakes up the family in four kids and when they get outside the collapsed in saved all those whow all that is crazy. Yeah yeah and it's all caught on ring doorbell camera. Everything's gone on ring doorbell camera. Everything's on camera now. Every i saw unread it or someone goes. Hey what's this guy. Doing in my house he came up and come to the of machine and his hand and they were like oh what that is what he's doing is he's walking by the windows. There's a kilo century key nearby. Because he knows he goes. You can still still your car. It's like a machine that recognize. Oh and she had posted it out. Because i i follow a reddit thread or forum. That's like hey what is this. She's like this is a guy who was at my door and he had this machine what was he doing. He didn't he was at the door putting it near the doors and windows raise because it can sense where the keys are and it's close enough. They go in and take it. And it's still your car. Crazy when your amy by the way how do you now all right there. You a great story. that's what it's all about. That was telling me something. Good do you ever wish you could get more from your podcasts. Well you can with buzzfeed daily posted by tc rackham in meet zach. Saffir on our show. We've got more good news. 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"deana carter" Discussed on Good For You
"Let fit is feminine wu and is also associated with nighttime darkness. I'm learning all this from a from the internet. The comments now. It's a long story. But yes but maybe you need an extra towel on that fit. Because you had a lot of feminist shit plow through I remember when the carpool karaoke thing came in it was like. Did i make the cash and wants to do this with you. I'll i requested strawberry wine. Deana carter and me. Yeah and then what. I had no idea that you were can't say hillbilly no you can hear you can okay. My offense may mission is your yet. are we good. Do you identifies a hillbilly. I hope so. Well that's between yourself am i can't hear so to be. That should be some here. That's are like witchcraft. Come in it's like it's also. It's like the word redneck. The word redneck growing up. Like i always thought that was Like i guess. I just made this up or that it was about. I thought it was a tan hand on your now. It actually is about The battle of blair mountain it was The second largest labor uprising in history was in west virginia and they wore red bandannas. They call them rednecks so are actually hero. Which is the sequel to escape from which mountain a guy had no idea. So what's the like is it etymology of l. Billy we record a podcast and air it About this exact thing member. We went to west. Virginia yes remember. Us virginia but let me ask you like. How do you siblings. Two brothers one older one younger okay. Oh yeah you're editor. Yeah where are they. One is living legit or legal chart next door. I mean kind of. But i'm the only girl. I'm the favourite. What is it about you tennessee people but what is it. I don't know if dental bolted or ladder. It's your witches. Oh my god absolutely. But you're definitely a witch as well so clearly so i don't know if it's just like maybe it's in the water i don't know i think honestly. I grew up chasing fireflies running through the hills barefoot and there was that connection to nature from the beginning which i know you have to just like you love animals. I think that's another thing we like bonded on. Yeah that's right. And i think the more connected to nature the more i feel like a witch And sparkles soap. But then how do you. How do you with this vibe. How do you go into a business meeting with a bunch of guys in suits. That are like i mean. Yeah well if you were a bunch of guys and business suits. I would wear some like. Don't fuck with me shoes so like how how do you. This is a weird question. Okay go and cut. It got like when i see you when we're not rolling we've hung out when cameras aren't happening and your cash. The person gem saying yeah like this is who you are. I'm saying like. I had this idea in my head that pop stars are like i'm a star today and then they put on their wig in their necklaces and their things in their glitter. And they're like. I'm a pop star. You know what i mean. It's like the nets just who you'd be even if you weren't famous. I definitely think like ten years of performing on a stage has influenced to my life style like human teeth on a necklace like things like that may be different but i have always been if he warned famous. That's a crime but it was all just i just. I just suggested if anybody had any teeth into this legal. That's a really. I mean i didn't but no one was harmed if you go. I mean to the doctor. You can't keep your organs My mom when she had me at home. I think it all started with my mom. My mom's like the queen witch like she is like narnia. Asked your mother your mother. She had me at home and then went to the hospital. They took her like placenta center. Came out sorry crack your beer girl. It's not a so i just. I didn't do it so thirsty do it. So my mom goes to hospital. Placenta won't come out whatever says she left me at home with her friend. A couple of friends. I'm just like hanging out newborn baby. And finally her placenta falls out and the ladies like okay. You can go now. She's now gimme my placenta and so she negotiated for her placenta to be shoved in a garbage bag underneath the dumpster outside so then the age of twenty four and i was going to wear it today but couldn't find it. She grounded up in the blender and put it in a necklace that i like to wear. So the moral is. If you're just annoying enough you can get your organs. that's true. My dad kept his hip bone from his hips or see there. You go and i just went on a date with dr any. Let me draw blood out of my body to put into vinyl records. Wait wait wait. Wait wait wait wait. You went on a date with a doctor will yeah. He's cute but i was like also need. Imagine being a doctor being like. I'm just gonna where do you take. We'll get be hopeful. Now this is like a separate Project where is he now. Here's a cute dog guy was like i am single. I would date you. You are a doctor. You are nice. Yeah i think having d that's a good call and he's like your nose throat that'd be so helpful in my line of health checks and we were just like chat and flirt and i was like okay. Listen so did this song with the flaming lips and when going can you get a vial of your blood because we're going to put it in the vinyl like in the inside so when you spend the record like your blood is going to be swirling around. Now's like that sounds awesome. So they went to the doctor and he's like you need the blood in your body. It's not just a little just a little bit so i went in. I was just like chatting with him being like so. Can we do this news like well. It's not technically illegal and then we just chatted some more than it became legal gum and like ten minutes. I don't remember the point. It's so i'd like you're like you're just so what. I'm so curious what we're gonna come back.
Unbelievable 90s Country Facts You Didn't Know
"So I saw this article on the boot DOT COM Unbelievable nineties, country facts you definitely didn't know some of them. I'M GONNA know you're going to know Eddie's here by the way because we're such nineties country fans love it but it's pretty funny to read some of the stuff. The Ninety S I'll read some what they wrote here. The nineties changed everything about Country Music Garth, Brooks Shania Twain Alan, Jackson, George Strait, but some of the facts that they share ready. Yeah. Keith urban makes an appearance in the music video for Alan. Jackson's nineteen ninety-three hit Mercury Blues. He was also the road guitars for Brooks and Dunn prior to becoming Keith Urban Yeah. Yeah I think he's playing guitar on the video, right? I don't know I didn't know you like I've seen this video and he's one of the guitar players in the video what I remember most about. This was home improvement because Alan Jackson won on home improvement did this song toll time right I remember that I know everywhere to the song don't think. So because of that. Lone. Stars. Hit amazed. was written as writers, Aimee, Mayo, and Chris Lindsey were falling in love with each other Mayo says they're feeling started pouring out as they were riding the famous love ballot. Oh. My with the the writing together. Wow I have trouble share my feelings in words sometimes can you imagine? Riding a song lyrically. And what if one of them writes a little more passionately than the other the other one's just not into it like you know love me as much. In one, thousand, nine, hundred, Ninety, eight, Tricia Earwood Leeann rhymes both received grammy nominations for their individual versions of how do I live rimes performed the song at the grammys and then right after she performed. She stood offstage because that was the in the winner is. End. TRICIA earwood one crazy. There was a whole con air fight about that song. Where they had asked. TRICIA. I believe Tricia to do it or the movie and then Kellyanne had already done it. He have. But Leeann did it for the movie I right and they did not using it Tricia? So they had both versions crazy in the same category. Do they hate each other because of that? Or they just kind of like whatever it's over I don't know. I. Separately, talked to Tricia about this, right? Yeah. She didn't seem too bothered by she also one. Okay that's probably also won the grammy. I think what she said was she remembers Leeann doing the performance in that category categories right after the performance and then that's when you know you're about to win because you're categories right after you perform. And so they just expected her to win. That Lien was in the movie right? Not Tricia. Pretty. Sure Tricia I can check it. I barely remember this as a kid. But yeah, that's an uncomfortable thing. We'll come back to that. Little known facts about Chris Gaines who is Garth Brooks alter-ego Chris Gaines was in a teen pop group called crush. And he spent two years undergoing plastic surgery to repair his face after violent nineteen, ninety, two car crash really is Chris Gaines on on streaming services nowhere I would not even on Youtube I would think of it's all garth earth just keep that to Garth I actually liked Chris gain stuff I'm going to be honest with you. There's a whole part in this in that garth documentary that I watched on Netflix there's a whole segment on it word where they're talking about Chris Gains and Tricia Earwood is. Just protecting and defending it as hard as she can say, like all you guys that hate on Chris Games, you've got your stupid because you didn't listen at Chris Gains. It was amazing I remember liking it. And everybody hating on it it'd be like what he did Saturday night live as Garth and Chris Games was just confusing for a fan. Explain it you have to explain it. You're not going to get what they want you to get from it, and that's what Garth said. That was the problem with it. It was just it was too much of an inside thing for us and we didn't market it right well, I was going to be a movie correct fell through and then it just ended up being the music they were GonNa make for the movie. Yeah. Mine did you find the Leandra stuff? Yeah. It was Tricia Earwood in the movie at the end. So what happened with Leeann rhymes then they initially went to her to record it she recorded it and then they went with Tricia. Virgin. Dirty at hurts man Deana Carter strawberry wine was inspired by Boone's farm. Strawberry Hill Flavor Know you didn't drink in highschool you don't drink now but men in highschool that boone's farm. that. Was the easiest to buy, and that's what everyone drink numerous people passed on the song to record it including Tricia earwood speaking of Tricia. She was again not for me. What? What Smash Razi home. Early on billy ray Cyrus was dogged by rumors that he used to Chippendale dancer. I remember that rumor. But he was so good looking or you believe it like that's a great thing to have as bad rumor about you that you're a chippendale dancer you gotta be like ripped and hot to do that. Okay. Three dudes you're talking about this but I'll ask you like right now current country artists who would be who who would fit that rumor chippendale dancers. Sam Maybe Sam was Sam Hunt. Keith. Couldn't keep me one made a little too small I think. About Dirks No, we'll do small. No just doesn't have to be a chill you to be almost cartoon Lee rip okay. And Keith this thin and in good shape but. Like me, I'm thin in a good shape I'm not cartoon. Sam maybe like that Riley Green Ball He. ripped. Yeah Repton. Just, like leave it there map. Justin lunch maybe. I don't know I see that though I did see that that's kind of plays off the short career as a chippendale dancers bragging vegas yeah. George Strait. Tried to get the name of his movie pure country changed too because he believed it was more than just a country film it obviously. Didn't work.
"deana carter" Discussed on The Power Trip
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"deana carter" Discussed on No Wahala with Tune Day + Bawo
"All right we're back Our Code I we should we should head up our residents troublemaker. Guinean and Jane One of our homeys that basically kicked off this whole Cardi B. Inventors. Yeah he kicked off all the jokes. Honestly I saw Let's see this is some of the Bantu that was going on. Somebody's Cardi B.. Came all the way from USA to hand during a big victory over Ghana. We didn't ask for it win. See coming but it's a big win and a clean sheet me and the family are now Cardi B.. Now she took care of business. Take care of business. Imagine Agean David always good burner boy average and Allama Day going to welcome Cardi B. at meet-and-greet of carbon. Imagine that can imagine we see that the hotel lobby saying yoga or ZAKA DOTS Be My stomach diarrhea. And what was right plucking canceling and now you know as how she even without blacks do or show uncanny and food really give Cardi Diarrhea lefter stuck in the toilet. Got Niger. Angelov came through with a last minute goal at the end of the decade to secure a big W in Taufa wars eighty so crazy. Because it's not that deep but it's also very deep Nigeria and Ghana. It's all jokes and there's just a hint of seriousness and the best part. Was the lights going out in Ghana. When she performed dog with the stage lights went off at the car to be shown Donna guys that after consulting salting via our eighty goals? Add to the hundred jury escort bonus points as it stands Napa Eighty. Niger aren't enough fifty gesture. The Johnson Ibtisam fifty gerehu tripled captain. Napa should get chieftaincy titles their business today sabotage begun in. I'm telling you play our. We're we're on the job or on day. Deana Carter started purging after eating food. Ghana zero one Nigerian Ghanaian celebrity on the floor and like they were doing deliverance for her. Ghana's zero Nigeria to electricity couldn't come on right before Cardi B.'s performance formats. That's a hat trick. Game is over dog. That is how Larry is breath. All right we got a call out to get his side of the story because now now this is actually hilarious.
"deana carter" Discussed on The Bobby Bones Show
"Great. Could if you ask somebody on a second date then it wasn't terrible. That's why I said like seven point two so I said. Hey let's hang out again. She's like cool. Hang out on Tuesday and like a week that check in on Friday and as you're so good. Yep Yep Yep Tuesday comes. I expect the date to happen. I didn't know no I had to like a clock into work every eight hours so dramatic no I'm not I just cannot believe amy amy if you and I said a plan for eight months from now and I put it in my calendar until removed from my calendar I do it yeah. I'm a task oriented ended person any point as I thought I was. GonNa come on the show. Honestly everybody's GonNa say Bobby. You're so right and you didn't and most women did not agree with me and I'm glad I think this is a great learning experience for not only me and not only you amy because I think you're seeing the other side of it to wait. What am I supposed to learn from this that you're you're not universally right. Either guys feel different about this and then girls yeah. I know I'm not universally right but I mean are the men in listening and learning from this like how will you so. How will you handle this differently in the future. I just complain again. When it comes out. You'll check in check and I want you know what do how's your weekend depending on the time hitter up the day before and be like. I am apparently contractually obligated to state my intentions to still go on a date in the next thirty six hours. If you agree hit X. You should really stick with our we try and help out here but I mean yeah against on the street for that like hey can. I talk about this so the answer is no one is right. I'm not right. You're not right but I think we see the difference in communication communication between men and women. I'll bet it was just lost. Their it leans towards me doesn't see but it doesn't deaths. Okay okay right now. I feel all the people leaning towards me. I glad everybody's here with us. We we know you. It can be anywhere in the whole world and you're with us. We appreciate that and I did during the break their load up the picture from when I was in the most beautiful yes you let me tell you it ain't beautiful and that if I think the photographer try to Polish a third or you think about that picture yeah I hadn't seen meanwhile and if he gets the hair something you've out the hair is like we're weren't there people there like photographer at least or somebody to be like hey buddy. Let's a little over on my instagram. Mr Bobby bonds you can see on my instagram story that picture because daime proud of you there. She has most beautiful person in. It's about the insides probably more so than the outside yeah so but it's up on my story you do now. I don't know because either way you don't WanNa be like beautiful on the inside. Oh Yeah I'm just like okay. Whatever like this is Awkward Awkward Sell Well. You should let me say about your awkward hair. You WanNa come with me. Hey did you guys see that story about the guy at the lottery tickets what I'm talking about so what he he does is. Apparently there's a black market place where you can buy lottery tickets winning lottery tickets legitimate winners and then you take him a new go poop and you you get the money from them right so he does. Is this for forty weeks in a row like he wins forty weeks in a row by buying these tickets takes all this money. He's one supposedly am by his house for half a million dollars and they're kind of onto. They're like wait to make that much money in the lottery and then they bust them for buying fake lottery tickets but laundering money like that was his money laundering. That's how he was saying. He had all this money was lottery tickets when he was a money launderer. Wow and then nuts two things one. It was that the deputy details and you can buy buy fake winning winning or no real winning lottery tickets and do you pay market price for them. Is it over to pay over doing something illegal right because I would imagine you have to pay more like five hundred and fifty bucks for a five hundred winner right otherwise I guess well somebody trying to hide your money. If you're trying to hide your money you don't you ever drive up to a store or something ago. There's nobody ever in here for sure. This is a drug front. Yes the other day. I was looking at a store in a prime location. There's nobody ever in this place. I see it all the time and it must cost arm and leg to have rent at this place and I'm just going for sure. This has got to be some sort of drug law money laundering business so that's all that story and thought it was pretty wild ozark comeback speaking of laundering money yeah that I don't know. Are they coming back. He hopes so. I'm excited that at some point and then the crown the crowds come back in November. I think the good places this is back but just one episode at a time of that right. You don't want to get a place to amy ha now. That's great so I should. I guess the I think you'd like it and their short episodes. It said it network show. It's one of the rare network shows that then translates really well on net flicks so that's how you watch anything else. me yellowstone your answer to everything. I still so jealous. I have friends that are literally just starting writing it like this week. Because of course I've been talking about. I've ever and I get that jealous feeling every time I'm thinking about. Maybe just starting it over fun because it's so good solid the pre share hanging out. I'm on instagram Mr Bobby Johns but before we leave. Let's take a look back here. It is flash back in nineteen ninety six. WE'RE GONNA FLASH BACK TO NINETEEN NINETY-SIX AMY. Where were you in one thousand nine hundred eighty six. I was a sophomore in high school and I guess I was sixteen riding around. My first car was the first car a nineteen eighty five or bronco. I was sixteen gene was driving around that Subaru that emotive bunch yards to get about four hundred bucks and I was working as a I was doing dishes at a restaurant restaurant and in the same year I moved to busboy that's right. Oh Wow yeah big big here and also on this year the biggest country song that you're was Deana Carter strawberry wine..
"deana carter" Discussed on Bobbycast
"Jimmy kimmel show mike ah twenty minutes of my favorite jokes online but the <hes> i i got four shows in colorado that i'm about to do <hes> several several cities and those those dates are are all up today. It's only the ones that i'm a little i'm not sure about the i love the opera i love land the operated though what can you do and you send it off like okay. We'll let you know which ones of these that you and it's great and sally run the operates a big fan of yours. Yeah she's great and she was like dusty. Kill on these awesome awesome. You gotta see him. That's how i heard about you out with sally being like we he's gonna play the operates awesome. Well sally is great. I was so sad. I was there on her. Last night i think and <hes> yeah so so sad to see her. Go i mean because i've just really gotten to know her <hes> and it's great but <hes> dan is <hes> great to and <hes> so i think he took her place yeah and <hes> so oh yeah i mean but it's like the opry for me. I mean it's like when i went home that night like i met john. Conley been a huge john conley fan and i i think rose colored glasses yeah yes he did and then i missed. He did i the next time i was there and he did back at thirty. Which is the song that are really. I walk in. I hear him singing that and i was like dang missed it but <hes> i mean i just couldn't stop me now. I felt so good. I went home. I just listened to country music all night. I just couldn't and i met match. I've met charlie daniels up there. Charley pride trace adkins. It's amazing and everybody's so available backstage. I have made some good buds back there. Just in the backseat of the opera free kicks brooks is one of the first guys that was like just came into the dressing room 'cause generally leave the door open unless you're doing something changing changing or you're really needing to remember zone on something. He keeps it open and everybody just goes in. Everybody's room if they want to remember kicks brooks of brooks come in and be like by doing. I was like i it was before the first time i played the operate and i was like <hes> you know the little nervous and he was like the opportu- hundred times. If you're going to be great i remember thinking it's frigging brooks and dunn kicks brooks for brooks and dunn hanging on my room is really is really great. They put me in the taylor. Swift new artists room the first time oh yeah go in and it's got the big quote. I guess it's just the new artists room but taylor's quote the real big one above the door. You're right. It's a real cool experience. Yeah i love it yeah. I've been in that room and now they put me in the the the funding running yeah with all the comedians the operate yeah it's so great and it's like you know and i've i've gotten did nashville squares. <hes> wench was <hes> the reboot of hollywood squares but filmed in l._a. I thought it would be filmed in nashville but i did that and <hes> deana carter are was on that. I grew up listening to strawberry wine. Bob saga was the host all of these things. That's been happening for me very surreal but i feel like that when you when when you really work your way up you feel like that you belong you know even when you're around these famous people you're like but i worked for this right earned this i. I didn't just get this happenstance so you feel good well. I'm gonna check out the podcast already fan of your work. I didn't know about the podcast until now. I'm going to go learn how to be a free in comedian. I think that's the goal yeah well yeah. I mean well. I would love to have you anytime. I know that you said that you don't do clubs but any. I do not good enough to do clubs. I do monthly shell i do. I do theaters because again for the same reason. We talked about big crowds. They can feed off each other great need the need the laughter of two thousand people yes. I don't have the balls to walk in and and do eighty people yeah. It's also my people to come into a show right and there's a big difference as you know having to impress people that have no idea what they're walking into all right funny guy make make me laugh or people that are fans coming. I'm going to see there's a difference while i'm still waiting on those. I got a few. I got a few cities where i have that in and <hes> i heard <hes> at the beginning. Have you said you looked at john chris followers. You judge all self worth by yes. I thought as i hope he didn't look at my degree we all we are followers kid. I'm kidding. No i mean i love the climb and like i say i. I know that you're probably not gonna come but open invitation any of my shows. You're welcome. I'm tony time to what okay to watch or to come up either way to watch listen. We we've done in our. I appreciate you coming over. I thank you thank you for having me. I really appreciate it big. Fan told you that though awkward when we were at that show together. I was like hey dude. I am a big fan and you're like all right urkel. Leave me alone. You know <music>. I'm big fan. I'll see you coming over to my house and had said nothing about the podcast. I was just like you're coming over to my house and you're like all right. See you then guy well. I heard you had a pool so a hand all right does this episode one ninety five at dusty sleigh on instagram and twitter follow him a google checkout some clubs. It's the alive show. If you can't get those merchants wanted to sell it shows oh yeah i have.
"deana carter" Discussed on The Bobby Bones Show
"And I I don't know the flooding was sort of the again. I was like what what is in the air. Am I just sat. I know maybe like fifteen thousand feet. I started to get cute when there's only like fifty people that maybe so but it was I was I didn't even know she's flirting with me because I'm clueless people flirting and we're talking and I go to the bathroom and she's like talking to me right before I walk into the little little hole the whatever that is a tiny room right and so she's okay and I notice she's talking a little longer and she's really bored and walking off the plane and she goes. Hey can I had you up on instagram like what it maybe. She heard she heard that's. That's how you roll run yeah okay and then well. I was getting we were walking off the plane. I was kind of getting pushed and I was like okay and I was surprised because I didn't think she was starting with me and I just said Okay and I didn't know I haven't heard former yet but <hes> I give her. You're nothing oh she can find out because she can look at the manifest in probably your name yes and Morgan number two. I hit number two. I was like hey see if you can find his flight attendant and then how she found her I said here's a hair-color and Avowal and then mortgage number two founder and you're seeing yeah so and then she was in when she found her she was following me already. She has a message me but now she's not following me anymore. No okay let make sense but I don't think she was falling. She didn't know who I was like. Oh I found me and then she followed in an followed. I don't know what that moves about. What do you think about Morgan number two? I'll tell you I've done it before when you're trying trying to. Somebody's attention if they don't follow back they didn't see it so you're like Oh. I'll try it again. Maybe or like ooh. That was my shot. I gave up oh well that was that was that's the thing <hes> bobby bone show podcast highlight segment of the day it much like fantasy football. We're GONNA draft of the greatest country love songs one ever all time today you get to begin one and we'll see you as the best team at the end of it now at the first overall pick of the country love songs draft draft. This'll be a snake draft. Amy You get the first overall pick so would you first pick over on the draft. What does the country love song? You're going with forever and ever Amen it's on my list river. The Gray love song and you wanted to gold. Yes Oh man talk about the weather as long as talk about Oh man okay so you can't win a draft with the first round pick but you can lose one with bad ones. You did good oh all right lunchbox first round pick of the country song draft appreciate your not taking the best long out there and it's called issue or love by Tim McGraw something to get and there are three rounds by the Eddie with a third pick in the first round of the country love songs draft. What are you go with guys? Just left this on the table. Go a strawberry wind Deana Carter. Come on.
"deana carter" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"How he helming because the fans gotten a lot of support they wanna group video of the year. Yeah. Okay. Very cool. Then another cool thing that happened during the show is a collaboration of. Oh, gosh. It was branded Carlisle, Tanna Tucker, I think deana Carter, there's a blast from the past who else is on this Ryan year would Martina McBride is on this Elena. Lauren Elena who love this. So they. Oh, they did an old Hanyu Tucker song. Panya. Tucker, Mattel toy dawn. She recorded.
"deana carter" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Now when artists three songs three one two nine eight one seven two hundred is the phone number. We're gonna talk about good remix in good reboots. There's a ton of them out there. And that's that's been a thing. For a bunch of years now is re booting things in remaking things. Some of them are terrible. And some of them are great. But we're gonna talk we're gonna try and talk about the good ones. This morning three one two nine eight hundred seven two hundred is the phone number. Speaking of good reboots. Season three. And that's why we're going to talk about good reboots and good remix season. Three of one day at a time on net. Netflix is premiering tomorrow. It'll start streaming tomorrow. And one of the stars of that show is a great friend of our show has been on many many times been in a ton of movies and TV shows, you know, him you love him. He's also a great writer and a great storyteller and a great podcast there. And and we haven't talked to him in a while. We're always happy having back, and that's the great Stephen kobetski. Let's welcome Stephen to the show, Steven how are you? Hey, I'm good come up there. As a matter of fact, I just can't just coincidental. What's not planned? I just came the first screening up one of the first shows of season tweet one day at a time. Oh, great. That's great. How did they go? It was fantastic. At lesbian center in Los Angeles. Because of course, the daughter show is is gay gates rely. So we will be in the theater was probably about two hundred people every seat was filled. And I gotta tell you. Place was shaken. Yeah. Alaska was so a basic list. When you watch that show, if you people don't know what the show is like, it's not only funny like a sitcom, but leaper funny, but it could turn on a dime. And it was amazing to watch it with gloom full. A huge crowd response to simply it was it was so that's great. Theory. I'm excited. I'm excited. I'm excited for the weekend. Because that's basically how I'm gonna spend my whole weekend. Is watching every episode starting. Friday. I love the show so much. We've talked about this before Stephen. I was skeptical when I heard that they were rebooting data time. I was like, oh, this isn't going to be good. And after the first episode I was completely won over. And it only got better and better as it went along. And and how it's put together. And the fact that Norman Lear is such an integral part of it. And like you said it takes on much deeper issues if it's not just a goofy twenty two minutes. Sit-coms? There's a lot more going on. Also in this kind of. With where we are in the midst of massage the fact that drops thirteen episodes on one day. Makes it more of the novel for television Jones, as you would have witch watch at once a week and each week is kind of a different situation. But now because you're able to watch the entire season at once. Flu lines. Call back to their call forwards. It's got what's sport deficit shifted the structure of the show, which makes it so much more entertaining. Your typical comedy. Yeah. I agree with you. And well, first of all give them for people. Who might not have watched the first two seasons of shame on you for not tell everybody. What what makes this different? The twist that that this has well, I guess I is what the very visible one. Is you still have a single mother like with Bonnie Franklin in this case? It's just know Mocatta. Living with her mother Marino. Just like the one day at a time. You've got two kids and the families you cut the young boy, Alex and the older girl Isabella place Elena. Schneider who runs the building just like shows and the differences in this case justina Machado quays. Who fought in Afghanistan there? She was injured the conflict actually, hit her husband went into together after nine eleven they were so moved by what happened. I've eleven list and breaks up their marriage. And so in the first two of the spirit. Or attempts. This. You said. Again, the husband. There are surprise. Issues that come up there. And I don't want to be a spoiler. But that's one issue. You have the fact that they're American family brings up issues. You know? Of course, they're all the heart. But this is there whether it be discrimination. Whether it be. Or any of those? We ended up loving characters and. Part of the characters is so pure. I think I could put my single audit. I wrote something down here. How this is different than a lot of comedies. Broke down watching tonight. Tonight. What really makes it stand out the characters are not cynical, but all the people in the show believe in love like anything worthwhile. Learn how much it costs. That's what's. So a basic about the show. It's not stereotypical. It's not coins. People is this show believe in love that. That's where a lot of the comedy comes scrub. They learn how much it costs and then towards the drama comes from that's perfectly put Stephen perfectly put and. And I just love the show because it takes all these great issues, and it doesn't do them in a heavy handed way. It doesn't mean a very very realistic very emotional way. I can't tell you the number of times. I've I've I've I've been in tears watching the show both from laughter, and from, you know, being emotionally touched by it. And I think that makes it very special show. We were with tonight at the screening was one of the reporters for entertainment tonight. He was going to be interviewing some of the people stage after the screening, and he says, I gotta tell you. I don't even know how going to ask these questions. The same thing you said, Nick. I I was I about watching the show. I watched the first episode of the thirsty. I'd love Michelle. I love these people. Now, I think about the show, and I just break down crying, and I'll be like walking around the house. Screamingly funny and extremely move. It. It is and it's beautifully acted. I just wanna mention how great the cast is. You're terrific. Justina Machado is amazing. And the fact that. News. Accused deana Carter. You know? Know what I didn't know her work. I didn't know who she was before. I don't watch. We do a lot of television. You don't watch a lot of television. Right. I watched her first show in front of the audience is grab and I'm thinking like Kathy Bates move over. Yeah. This woman laugh cry in the second. Absolutely. Yes. She is. I'm really disappointed that the haven't really Evan recognized her for her work on the show or the show in general because I think it's it's just I think it's a special show, and I really am blown away. I'm blown away by the entire cast Justinas amazing. And of course, a lot of your scenes, you get to work with the great Rita Moreno, which we've talked about how great that is working with her who's just a national and international treasure. Yes. Yeah. It's amazing to watch. How we the works in front of a live audience. I sit back in awe at how that war, but anything into gold. Thing. It is such a dorm talent. And of course, I told you a little story about how between the saints leader would sing songs. Oh, man. We were doing a dance. The last show of a series of three. I don't think that's too much the spoiler in between the takes of our danced together. She started singing clue. Hello look who over. I mean, I am floating away on the cloud. It's exquisite. Yeah. So I I'm just I'm very excited. Anyway, it comes back on Friday one day at a time it's on net flicks. The first two seasons are Bir streaming right now if you want to play catch up, and you know, you can catch up pretty quickly to half an hour show. And it just it's it's really really funny and really really moving and really really smart, and you care about the characters deeply, it's it's great. And it's one day. Yeah. And if I could just do it's not a, you know, again, I'm not gonna ruin anything. But watching trying to get an overview of the season. One thing this show. Does this third season? Is it all the characters forward? Surprising way. So. You know, I prayed going into season three that. They're just gonna always talk sets up there. Like, they always do with kids. You know, kids are growing older ourselves. It's like a foot tall rework last year. But you toss be adult themes out there. But no, no, no, no, no what what they tossed out there. This year is. These kids have to learn and have to present. It is it's shaky. It's really wonderful the direction that the creators of the riders took with the show this third season. Okay. I'm really looking forward to it. Stephen like, I said that's my weekend. That's. I love it. One day time coming back on Netflix. And it starts streaming season. Three starts streaming on February eighth. All right. Okay. Stephen hang on. Okay. Because I have to talk you were just here in Illinois. You were just hearing Woodstock just this past here in Woodstock Illinois a few a few away from. Yeah. We're gonna talk about that and much more. Okay. Stephen hang on. Okay. All right. Great. Stephen Sobolewski is with us tremendous actor that you know, from our everything, but but probably the best known as needle nose Ned Ned Ryerson from groundhog day and speaking of groundhog neighbor and talk about the groundhog day celebration that Stephen attended in Woodstock, Illinois. And that's of course, if you if you know, that's where the movie was filmed. So we'll talk more with Stephen right after we take a break for the news here on seven twenty WGN. French.
"deana carter" Discussed on The Bobby Bones Show
"It was not close. Because couple friends wrote that song the first lyric is back this hitch up into the water. But that wasn't how they wrote. It originally hitch wasn't the word. Yeah. Yeah. I think it's in the Vavi cash. What is oh don't figure it out? Eddie. Yeah. Come on. Here you go. York's mainly drunk on a plane. I had two tickets on the way to king coup to to. Like, a nobody got one, right? Let's go back around one of the time on Amy. Yeah. Larry wine. We were thirsty for knowledge. Through. Next. Paul. He had a car. Listen. Here's an all of the next line was I was Thurston for knowledge. Yeah. And he had a cost right? Yeah. Lunch. You don't know anything. Sold. Okay. No that he didn't know. I didn't know that song. You're right here ready. I'm ready. Okay. Cash. I love this life. Okay. Here we go. I'm going outside. Guys. I won the game. For. Do we keep them in? Holler in just just yells word. Won the game last time lows. Eddie Eddie ready? ready? Yeah. Yeah. You can win this. Okay. So last one because it's fun. But it's the last one I don't know somebody has to win it. Amy, please come on. Oh, you had deana Carter stopped tied about. Barefoot blue Jean. Got it that he stood up taking on. All right here. We go. Fool moon. Shannon, Bryce full..
"deana carter" Discussed on KSFO-AM
"Skill than any time. You want to listen say Alexa, bullpen Red Eye Radio. And he's Eric Harley. I'm Gary McNamara. Eight six six ninety of a red. I I would say this that few years back. I read the book fly boys, which was about President, George. Herbert Walker Bush and nine other navy airmen who were were shot down near an island was to chichijima which was a roughly seven hundred miles from the Japanese coast. He was just a twenty year old airmen. And they were they were shot down a of the ten he is the only that survived because he they they were never able to capture him and bring him to to shore. And it was just absolutely. Horrific. What happened to the the other nine they were tortured beaten executed either by beheading or multiple stab wounds. Four were then butchered by the island's garrison surgeons and their livers and meat from their thighs eaten by senior Japanese officers. The future president escaped because he ditched his plane further from the island and the other crews and managed to scramble onto a lifeboat American planes. Also, then launched a hail of fire Japanese boats, which had set out to capture him driving them back. He was eventually rescued by US submarine. This from the telegraph UK from a few years back when the hall of the US has been back the submarine surfaced in front of him. He thought he was hallucinating told Mr. Bradley in a television film made to coincide with the publication of fly boys that he had been vomiting bleeding from a head wound and weeping with fear. He only said four words to his rescuers. Happy to be aboard. He won the Distinguished Flying Cross a for that. But an excellent book, by the way, if you ever gonna chance to we read fly boys, I would suggest that you you you read it, look we live in the time of social media you and whether. There are a couple of deaths to Shearman somebody who used to criticize a lot on on the the show Ed Schultz, formerly with MSNBC, and we used to criticize him a lot. But when a few years back when his wife got six sec, we wish them the best. I know some people that knew him and said look may disagree with them. But just a a a really really solid guy who gave an opportunity for some conservative friends of mine to get airtime on MSNBC. And and they said he was always gracious to them. There's a time and place with social media. The back and forth on social media about the legacy of President Bush was all over the place severe criticism. What I can say is. When it comes up. I'm sure again in the future if it's relevant to the discussion of what we're talking about today. We will bring him into the discussion when somebody dies like this. Whether we agree with them completely whether agree with a lot of what they do in disagree with a lot of what they do whether we disagree. But the vast majority of what they do we just we let it be for that time. You don't have to be constantly outrageous article here that that I saw over the weekend that said were outraged about everything. Now, it doesn't matter. It doesn't matter. Whether it's you know. A Wall Street Journal is America America is addicted to outrage is there a cure, a healthy society reserves anger for special occasions today, taking a fence has become a reflex, and you and I talked about the the the former president just off the air and his son that that we had, you know, major disagreements with and when we were disagreements with with especially with the the the second with forty three. We got we got a lot of flack for people Republicans didn't like it. But hey, when you get into the arena of ideas, and when you get into the arena politics criticism is something that comes your way. But you and I were both noting that neither of them seem to care. Right. We were we were reading me some social media things for people saying see because he he didn't fulfill his promises his legacy. Isn't there? His legacy is gone. And the President Trump better understand that you know, looked at each other and said, we don't think. Herbert Walker Bush cared about his legacy. No, no. I I don't think he did. He just wasn't that type of individual you. I think you could apply that to also his son as president that it wasn't about what anybody especially professional opinion makers were saying about him or how they criticize them. It was in his final days in office. His son invited some colleagues of ours to the White House. And he said, I, you know, I know full well that you guys didn't really agree with everything that I did. He was fully aware of. He was doing a job as president of the United States that he thought he was doing the right thing. Then we criticize them while they're making that policy, and or you mentioned if it's relevant and and future discussions or any discussion after they've left office. If it's notable, and it is and it falls in the arena of public ideas. That's exactly what we do. And no one is immune from that. And no one is beyond reproach. But and situations like this. I don't see the point of having a debate about going back and rehashing everything that essentially we went through during those years when he was active as president or in the years after he was president and talked about and look back on his presidency. I you know, you could have those discussions then or if he made a political comment in the news, then you can issue. The response. No problem. But to use it as the I don't see the point of using it as as something to stand on in the wake of his passing. I just I just don't get that. We said the same thing about John McCain were plenty of years as the Senator things that he did and said and then candidate for president in two thousand eight we could sit and debate those items and say, okay, you know, on the issues where are you? And we're we very simple. It's it's the same that we all have relatives and friends, and I'm sure now it's heightened probably unlike any time in in our lifetime. The political rhetoric was headed that way. As we have said, Trump is not the reason Trump is a result of everything that has happened along, you know, along the way. If there's incivility out there it first came from the the the people of the United States that wished to practice that you know, incivility that that's where it came from. But look we understand that. That's why the country was set up the country was set up. So people could do exactly what they're doing right now. We don't see a problem with the constitution, or maybe a problem with people and the way that people deal with things, but the constitution was set up to deal with just the things that we're dealing with, you know, dealing with today, but just to be angry for the sake of being angry or being angry. So you can make a point that you made thirty years ago. You know? Sorry. I just don't, you know? I just don't see it. You know, you see these the whether it's President George Herbert Walker Bush. And by the way. Over the weekend. I mean, did you watch some of the Dana Carvey stuff? Remember, the SNL where he was actually where he was actually waiting for him. And if ever going back and forth known Dana. I'm not like that in karaoke in Dana Carvey was going back at him. And then there was the time where around Christmas time were deana Carter was actually at the White House and everybody was there in the White House all the staff and everybody else, and it was time to induce the president, and he goes up there. And and there he is he's doing doing his know his imitation, George Herbert Walker Bush, and the president is in the middle watching it all with all of his White House staff around him that was you know, to me that was just a that was a great moment, and you know, different personalities. Become president of the United States. Do they all have eagles? Yeah. Are they all unique in their same way? Yeah. Can we say that presidents that get up? There have to have a tremendous ego and a tremendous self confidence in it, you know, sometimes closing in on narcissism. Yeah. You have others that you know, may have that. But they don't show it, and when you had George Herbert Walker Bush, he did seem like a very very very very humble person. None of us really knew him. You can only get from what you see, but he had such a great sense of humor in so many different cases. And you know, what actually the thing with Dana Carvey was really in some ways unprecedented because it was breaking down that barrier between the late night comedians. And that's basically what Dana Carvey and anybody on SNL is your late night comedian and any president from. From there, you saw more acceptance by presidents of things, and and and I guess scenarios like that just like Bush forty three and the late Steve bridges who did. Yes. The the probably the greatest Bush forty three impersonation of all time. And and we saw that at the correspondents dinner how it played out. It was just it was Larry. And and it was great. And again, it was it was one of those, you know, just have a good laugh moments. And when we look at our our family and friends that don't agree with us, politically and many of us have experienced, you know, their deaths. Mm. That's the last thing. He remembers a political arguments that you had right? And when I saw that you know, that some of the la- the last words that he had worked to his son on a speakerphone. Yeah. To George W Bush in how much you're preciado him as a father. And and you know, and how much they loved each other. When you saw him talking to, you know, the the conversation James Baker said he had with him that, you know, said where are you going? He said and. Yes. And I guess referred them. I guess all the heaven or something like that. And they said he wasn't afraid to death. He'd talked about it wasn't afraid to death was very comfortable with the things you know, that that he had done in his lifetime. And for me. I for me, I have to be I've got to say this. You know, I'm not going to speak for anybody else. But myself, but you know, I have my dad's ninety two my mom's ninety one it's something that anybody who has elderly parents were thinking about that all the time and the the because of an and I go back, and I see my parents at least once a month and there in great health. I mean, they really really are dad's still drives it's wonderful. But that does sit in the back of your head because you do take what has happened in that case. And you say, oh, no, my parents. And then I think about it until the point where I say stop thinking about it. You could go first. Right. Pops in my head. Yeah. Stop thinking about that. You, you know, who knows you could die. I, you know, just enjoy the moments. You know, enjoy the moments that you have and my father, and I in my in our days have had every type of political discussion known demand kind on earth. Forget how angry he was or I was at him when he told me that actually people want to be be Bs, and I was furious Senate because I was deal is no they want the truth. Because now they actually want to be Bs. You're gonna find that as you grow older, they actually wanted BBS Bertrand so bad. I was like, oh, my father's not being a and he wasn't angry or an English his belt. You're gonna find out people really like to BBS. They really do. They really don't wanna know the truth. They're looking for the next to buy into right? And it's like I was so angry when I was idealistic teenager. And I went. He was right on that. But to look at all the debates you've had with your father, and when he gets older, and you can laugh at them, and you can laugh at each other. You can laugh at the faults. You can laugh at the stupid things that happened when you're growing up. That's a wonderful thing to have. And I think that George Herbert Walker Bush had that with his entire family. And that's it really matters. Yeah. A great long life a great marriage. You know, and and a great family life for everything that we have been told about his family life, and by I don't think you would look like any would any person would look back on a life like that. And and have any regrets eight six six ninety redeye. Get.
"deana carter" Discussed on WMAL 630AM
"Anytime say Alexa, enabled the Red Eye Radio. Skill than anytime you want to listen, Alexa, open Red Eye Radio. And he's Eric Harley. I'm Gary McNamara. Eight six six ninety of a red. I I would say this that few years back. I read the book fly boys, which was about President, George. Herbert Walker Bush and nine other navy airmen who were were shot down near an island was to chichijima which was a roughly seven hundred miles from the Japanese coast. He was just a twenty year old airmen. And they were they were shot down of the ten. He is the only that survived because he they they were never able to capture him and bring him to to shore. And it was just absolutely horrific. What happened to the the other nine they were tortured beaten executed either by beheading or multiple stab wounds. Four were then butchered by the island's garrison surgeons and their livers and meat from their thighs eaten by senior Japanese officers. The future president escaped because he ditched his plane further from the island and the other crews and managed to scramble onto a lifeboat American planes. Also, then launched a hail of fire Japanese boats, which had set out to capture him driving them back. He was eventually rescued by US submarine. This from telegraph UK from a few years back when the black hall of the US has been back the submarine surfaced in front of him. He thought he was hallucinating. He told Mr. Bradley in a television film made to coincide with the publication of fly boys that he had been vomiting bleeding from a head wound and weeping with fear. He only said four words to his rescuers. Happy to be aboard. He won the Distinguished Flying Cross for that. But an excellent book, by the way, if you ever gonna Chester we read fly boys, I would suggest that you you you read it, look we live in the time of social media you and I whether. There are a couple of deaths in somebody who used to criticize a lot on on the the show Ed Schultz formally with MSNBC, and we used to criticize him a lot. But when a few years back when his wife got six we wish them the best. I know some people that knew him and said look may disagree with them. But just a a a really really solid guy who gave an opportunity for some conservative friends of mine to get airtime on MSNBC. And and they said he was always gracious to them. There's a time and place with social media. The back and forth on social media about the legacy of President Bush was all over the place severe criticism. What I can say is. When it comes up. I'm sure again in the future if it's relevant to the discussion of what we're talking about today. We will bring him into the discussion when somebody dies like this. Whether we agree with them completely whether agree with a lot of what they do in disagree with a lot of what they do. Whether we disagree with the vast majority of what they do. We just we let it be for that time. You don't have to be constantly outrageous article here that that I saw over the weekend that said outraged everything now, it doesn't matter. It doesn't matter. Whether it's you know, the Wall Street Journal is America America is addicted to outrage is there a cure a healthy society reserves anger for special occasions today taken offense has become a reflex. And you know, you, and I talked about the the the former president just off the air and his son that that we have. Had you know, major disagreements with when we were disagreements with with especially with the the the second with forty-three. We got we got a lot of flack for people Republicans didn't like it. But, hey, when you get into the arena ideas, and when you get into the arena of politics criticism is something that comes your way. But you and I were both noting that neither of them seem to care. Right. We were we were reading me some social media things for people saying see because he he didn't fulfill his promises his legacy. Isn't there? His legacy hasn't gone and President Trump better understand that looked at each other and said, we don't think. Pervert Walker Bush cared about his legacy. No, no. I don't think he did. He just wasn't that type of individual you. I think you could apply that to also his son as president that it wasn't about what anybody especially professional opinion makers were saying about him or how they criticized him. It was in his final days in office is son invited some colleagues of ours to the White House. And he said, I, you know, I know full well that you guys didn't really agree with everything that I did. He was fully aware of. The was doing a job as president of the United States that he thought he was doing the right thing. Can we can criticize them while they're making that policy, or as you mentioned if it's relevant and in future discussions or any discussion after they left office, if it's notable, and it is an falls in the arena of public ideas. That's exactly what we do. And no one is immune from that. And no one is beyond reproach. But in situations like this. I don't see the point of of having a debate about going back and rehashing everything that essentially we went through during those years when he was active as president or in the years after he was president and talked about it looked back on his presidency. I you know, you could have those discussions then or if he made a political comment in the news, then you can issue. The response. No problem. But to use it as the I don't see the the point of using it as as something to stand on in the wake of his passing. I just I just don't get that. We said the same thing about John McCain. There were plenty of years as a Senator things that he did and said and then as candidate for president in two thousand eight we could sit and debate those items and say, okay, you know, on the issues where are you? And where we very simple, it's it's the same that we all have relatives and friends, and I'm sure now, it's heightened probably unlike any time in our lifetime, the political rhetoric. It was headed that way. As we have said, Trump is not the reason Trump is a result of everything that has happened along, you know, A along the way. If there's incivility out there, it I came from the the the people of the United States that wished to practice that you know, incivility. That's that's where it came from. But look we understand that. That's why the country was set up the country was set up. So people could do exactly what they're doing right now. We don't see a problem with the constitution may be a problem with people and the way that people deal with things, but the constitution was set up to deal with just the things that we're dealing with, you know, dealing with today, but just to be angry for the sake of being angry or being angry. So you can make a point that you made thirty years ago. Sorry. I just don't. I just don't see it. You know, you see these the whether it's President George Herbert Walker Bush. And by the way. Over the weekend. I mean, did you watch some of the Dana Carvey stuff? Remember, the SNL where he was actually where he was actually waiting for him. And they were going back and forth. You know, Dana. I'm not like that in in. Dana Carvey was going back at him. And then there was the time where around Christmas time, we're deana Carter was actually at the White House and everybody was there in the White House all the staff and everybody else, and it was time to introduce the president, and he goes up there. And and there he is he's doing doing his his imitation of George Herbert Walker Bush, and the president is in the middle watching it all with all of his White House staff around him that was you know, to me that was just a that was a great moment, and you know, different personalities. Become president of the United States. Do they all have egos? Yeah. Are they all unique in their same way? Yeah. Can we say that presidents that get up? There have to have a tremendous ego and a tremendous self confident in you know, sometimes closing in our system. Yeah. You have others that you know, may have that they don't show it. And when you had George Herbert Walker Bush, he did seem like a very very very very humble person. None of us really knew him. You can only get from what you see. But he had such a great sense of humor in so many different cases. And you know, what actually the thing with Dana Carvey was really? In some ways unprecedented because it was breaking down that barrier between you know, the late night comedians. And that's basically what Dana Carvey and anybody on SNL is your late night comedian and any president from there. You saw more acceptance by presidents of things, and and and I guess scenarios like that just like Bush forty three and the late Steve bridges who did. Yes. The the probably the greatest Bush forty three impersonation of all time. And and we saw that at the correspondents dinner how it played out. It was just it was Larry. And and it was great. And again, it was it was one of those, you know, just have a good laugh moments. And when we look at our our family and friends that don't agree with us, politically and many of us have experienced, you know, their deaths. That's the last thing. He remembers a political arguments that you had right? And when I saw that you know, that some of the la- the last words that he had worked to his son on a speakerphone. Yeah. To George W Bush and how much appreciate him as a father. And and you know, and and how much they loved each other. When you saw him talking to, you know, the the conversation James Baker said he had with him that, you know, said where you going you said, and and I guess big refer to them, I guess all the heaven or something like that. And they said he wasn't afraid to death. He'd talked about it wasn't afraid to death was very comfortable with the things you know, that that he had done in his lifetime. And for me. I, you know, for me, I have to be I've got to say this. You know, I I'm not going to speak for anybody else, but myself, but you know, I have my dad's ninety two my mom's ninety one it's something that anybody who has elderly parents were thinking about that all the time and the the because a an and. You know, I go back, and I see my parents at least once a month and there in great health. I mean, they really really are dad's still drives it's wonderful. But that does sit in the back of your head because you do take what has happened in that case. And you say, oh, no, my parents. And then I think about it until the point where I say stop thinking about it. You could go first. Right. Pops in my head. Yeah. Stop thinking about that. You, you know, who knows you could die. I, you know, just enjoy the moments. You know, enjoy the moments that you have and my father, and I and my in our days have had every type of political discussion known to mankind on earth. Forget how angry he was or I was at him when he told me that actually people want to be be asked. And I was furious at him because I was ideal is no they want the truth. Because now they actually want to be be s you're going to find that as you grow older they actually wanted to BBS so bad. I was like, oh, my father's not being a, and he wasn't angry earnings his belt, you're gonna find out people really like to BBS. They really do. They really don't want to know the truth. They're looking for the next to buy into right? And and it's like I was so angry when I was just idealistic teenager. And I went. He was right on that. But to look at all the debates you've had with your father, and when he gets older, and you can laugh at them, and you can laugh at each other. You can laugh at the faults. You can laugh at the stupid things that happened when you're growing up. That's a wonderful thing to have. And I think the George Herbert Walker Bush had that with his entire family. And that's it really matters. Yeah. A great long life a great marriage. You know, and and a great family life for everything that we have been told about his family life, and by I don't think you would look like any would any person would look back on a life like that. And and have any regrets eight six six ninety redeye..
"deana carter" Discussed on KTRH
"Iheartradio Change and. Juvenile's arrested for armed robbery that's. Very bottom of the. Hour on Katie He was working through Grandpa's For now And he Called somewhere between The song What That's the wrong. Version I should've been. Clear it's the band's. First Her that's Deanna Carter. Deana Carter whatever she. Did that a lot That's it David's last name. Is para EP. Are nine Nine Couple of quick. Things We have decided the economy as strong as it is I kept getting stray emails here, and, there and at some point it adds up to okay let's do something official about. This and see if we can't get some real results So we're hosting a job fair, August, twenty second twenty third and I'm calling it the higher one hundred veterans job fair No I'm going to get. A bunch of emails from people asking silly questions that didn't need to be asked so here's. All you need to know, it, will, be open to veterans the first day and to everybody general public the second day The veterans will, have a four hour window from two to six PM on the twenty second that will be veterans only companies. Anybody who is a job applicant will be required. To, be a veteran it will not be required that you be a combat veteran and it will not be. Required that you be a member of. The redneck country club to get to go that'll be from two to six. On the Wednesday Them from six to eight it'll be open to the public so anybody who. Is seeking a job will be able to come The following. Day, the whole day we'll be open to the public so, the first day the first four. Hours will only be for veterans now if you want a booth Because your company is hiring. Go to our website, Michael berry show dot com or you can go. To, the redneck country club website But you. Can go through our website Michael berry show dot com I. Will personally respond to you and I will send it to the person my management consultant been armenta who owns a stalwart management consultants he. And his team are going to help me coordinate this thing with our staff who handle all the food. And drinks and all that and we're gonna do a job fair with the goal of getting a hundred veterans hired now between now and then I'm. Going to ask companies to make a commitment as to how, many people. You will hire no stop and think before you do that because. If you tell me you're going to hire ten veterans we're gonna we're, gonna follow up with you and I don't wanna find out you didn't hire. Any because you wanted, your name listed because. This happens you. Want your name listed in, the list of people who. Made a commitment so redneck country clubs gonna hire five veterans, that's security cooks we, got a navy veteran Trevor. Who's gonna leave us he's got leaves moving out Talbot Man and my disappointed because he was. One of our best, employs we've ever had. Not just in. The kitchen but anywhere our, whole kitchen veterans but anyway. So we got to replace Trevor We need to hire another security person we always need servers. Is just the industry. But we've made a commitment. We're going to hire five veterans that day if you will make a commitment with your company that you will hire. X number of veterans that's the minimum number, you can always hire more. You can do that, through the website that you sign up to get your booth that day to day job fair you. Don't have to come to vote days but I hope you will but if you will let me know your company name who the contact is it how many veterans. You, commit to hire I want to build that tally up until we get to. The point that we have a hundred commitments that way, those veterans who show up at that job fair no. That one hundred veterans are going to be hired out of that job fair now I would love that number to be five hundred but I want to set a goal that is reachable so if you've, been floundering around because people emailed. Me all, the time I can you help Me we need to we need a new my buddy fridge needs a new service technician for They do, refrigerated units they do the ice cream machines if you, go to green goes or Jimmy, Chongo's whatever you go over. And you get the ice cream those are stole ticker stole thing or whatever is cream machines they. Need service techs to go out and work on those things repair them and keep them going because if you. Go to gringos and they don't have, your free ice cream when, you're done in your mad so the guy..
"deana carter" Discussed on Power 105.1 FM
"Emitted idea I made it I admit I got so many fouls told. So many lies Do so much money follows you just because Hello But I. Did I was in my own. Way I Clan over. Meet what is? Kevin Saying well what? Are the confessions are on, here. We'll, give you a couple right well we'll give you one more right now and then we'll come back and discuss the rest where he talked about getting test as a kid and his Colton. Sex slaves and all of that but here he is talking about Wendy Williams and Leah and the alleged sex tape windy. Will use man I never drink but I Me a, little hands We drink smoke weed Points to About, the same don't say Doc, Kelli. Kelli didn't offer oh drink I. Don't know I. Guess he was saying that they had. A conversation member she visited. A couple, of months, ago they had a long conversation they drink they smoke and he talked, about everything that was going on in, his life said I guess that's. What he was saying how it led up to that you can't. Get. To everything except for what people want to know okay people want to know Kelly sleeping underage girls if, he's not going to admit. To being on the table I mentor relationship would? Elite. And what's the point of, doing, the. Twenty minutes yeah Yeah well I will. Have some. More for you in the next rumor report but I'm Angela. And that is your room a report. All right thank you miss. Ye Charlemagne, sir who, you given that down man we need this young man deana Carter to, come to the front of the congregation, we'd like to have a war. With him now even though he's getting donkey today I must say. What. He did is genius and we all may have thought about it once or twice okay all right we'll, get into that when we. Come back a lot just the breakfast club good? Morning Ever made, St. one New York. Radio station Melissa.
"deana carter" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"Wwl w the radar shows a line of. Rain and storms moving east rather southeast across the tri-state it is sixty seven degrees right now a man who made a false. Bomb threat to see VGA is going to prison deana Carter was sentenced to four months Behind bars police say Carter made a series of calls to the airport in October of two thousand. Sixteen stating that there was a bomb on a flight bound for Dallas investigators say that Carter admitted that he called in the threat because he was running late and wanted to delay his flight a Harry Potter world panel at San Diego comic con took. A political turn the question from the audience at the, panel for the upcoming fantastic beasts sequel, started innocently. If, you could use your magic in the. Real world forget what would you do then actress, Zoe, Kravitz took it in a political direction impeach Trump the crowd of six thousand war with delight host Asia Tyler throwing in her two cents wouldn't that be even better to operate him out of existence then star Dan Fogler came up. With an impeachment spell in PG snacks To at this November at comic con Jason Nathanson ABC news San Diego AAA says that the cost of regular gas in? Kentucky is eight cents lower a gallon than a week. Ago the average price at the pump in the Commonwealth, is to seventy, four while the nation national. Average is two eighty five here's a reds update for the? Second night. In a row the.