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New COVID smart pods launched in Houston's Harris County

Houston Public Media Local Newscasts

00:37 sec | 5 months ago

New COVID smart pods launched in Houston's Harris County

"Harris. County precinct two commissioner. Adrian garcia is launching a new mobile health unit in pasadena later this morning known as a smart pod. The portable aluminum unit will was created by baylor college of medicine. For the ebola outbreak in africa engineered by nasa the smart pods have infection control surfaces and respiratory isolation rooms that allow doctors to treat diseases like covid nineteen the first mobile unit and harris county was deployed. Last year and al-deen the goal is to reduce health disparities by providing healthcare at neighborhoods with limited

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"deen" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology

Rock N Roll Archaeology

04:14 min | 6 months ago

"deen" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology

"You. appel a. j. well dean. It's been a blast. Thank you again Oath everyone. that's listening to new dead. Daisies album is out. Holy ground. you can. You're gonna be catching dean again. You know some new stuff coming out in the new distant future the near distant future and once again. I'm jay scott. This is the hook roxie ultimate rocky. Meet podcasts now. Part pantheon podcast stay safe. Stay healthier buddy and we will talk against you. Thank you Wiki way of talk. The.

"deen" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology

Rock N Roll Archaeology

07:37 min | 6 months ago

"deen" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology

"And not destroying it anymore that i already day you know i do. I have heard a lot about you. Know drummers neil neil we talked about earlier you know when rush was ending it was because he couldn't physically do it anymore. His shoulders were messed up. His feet were messed up. I i heard the same thing about mick brown the dock and drummer. You know he. He was a very physical drummer like youtube. I mean he really hit crap out of those drums and and You know it does take a toll. Everybody and abandoned drummer is he's like the catcher in baseball. Yes we don't get a break dude. Don't get a break. It's like nonstop. You know you get a little time out. It's like okay. Coco go from a couple. Of course you know a very physical thing you know so damn man. I'm just grateful that i've still playing doing what i love and You know i'm not bad bottom line. I'm not dead. So i'm grateful it. It does beat you up. It definitely beats you up especially get like guys like you're listening to how they play. Remember alex van halen with the neck. Yeah you know stuff's breaking down. But then he kicked off every night. Every time i play man even neckbrace he was blazing. I remember that. I i think it was the balance tour that i saw him. I was at alpine valley in wisconsin grape grape places. You show. They don't have shows there anymore. Which i don't know why but wow. I don't know why it's just crazy. It was a great venue to go all day. You get their noon. You could cook out go to the show and then i don't know what happened but yeah about what is a little bag that has the The name of the place another back. I got that thing. So that's probably the only one. I do have pretty cool. Great then you do. What an incredible venue bands there. And i think gosh. I saw i saw van halen and skid row and and Alex the neck brace on the balanced tour. And i'm like what's what's wrong with alex. And my buddy who was. Who's a drummer is like duties drummer. That's what happens so you mentioned to. You know being grateful for all these things as a fan of yours dean. I'm grateful that your plane because you know obviously the history is there. And i don't wanna get too much of it because everyone's moved on and everyone's positive but you know you have found a place where you have made it back from a very dark place and and and i know i have a friend. Who's had you know those who struggle with addiction for many years and he often often has mentioned you as an inspiration ause because you know when when he knew about your situation it gave him. Hope that there's always a way back. There's always been it's been. It's a struggle every day dude. I'm not gonna lie. I mean anybody. Who said i'm fine. I'm broke right. You know what. They're certain things a certain streets in my hometown that i'll drive down and go damn. I used to smoke crack on the street driving. You know and it brings back stuff and it's like oh do you know so is a struggle you you've got to be on your game twenty four seven you really do. 'cause i mean it can take one thing like the death of my father. I you know. I thought i was going to frigging implode. Just you know. It was bad because he was my best friend and when he passed van. I'm not gonna lie. And drink until i also because it hurts so badly in fact you that then what it's not gonna alcohol ain't going to be enough could be alcoholic okay. That's what i'm saying so for me. It was like. I can't even take a drink i'd love to but i cannot so it's one of those things you've got you've got to be on your game all the time with us 'cause anything could you to blow it anything. Is it important to you when you're working on a project whether it's dead daisies or this this new project that you're doing to surround yourself with good people that have your best interest at heart. Yes dude i mean. That's what i loved about. Daisies could people. You know glenn another man recoveries. Donald thirty years. Marco mendoza like thirty five years. It's like you know having those guys around you. It's definitely helpful because when you feel like you're going to implode or stress though the whatever it is i had somebody to talk to do. Talk me off. The bridge talked me out this lance. Because i'm losing it would be. It was great. And i love that about the rise above guys all christie guys really positive guys you know And they really supported you know of of them. What's going on with with my situation with the back and things like that. It's always good to be surrounded by great people man. Of course i agree you got. I mean especially in our in our industry. Because it's so easy that they meant. Give me a line know. You know whatever it is. It's very easy to do. And you can stumble quickly so haven't guys around the support. You guys in. The days always supported that doug august supported the help. Love that man. He's more of a brother than even tell them. I love it. So i'm very grateful that got to be able to in the last five or six years since i got clean could be around people that were supportive. You know d- really important because we do as a society we always say. Everybody deserves a second chance right. And some people live that you know and believe in that some people say it but not necessarily you know mean it you know. It's always interesting to see when someone does fall. How someone reacts to that person or treats that person but you know no one you know. I i mean i. I've known people who've struggled with addiction and only to work how they can go. That can go and for you to come back like i said. Do i mean you're a hero to a lot of people do. I'm just a human being. And i still make mistakes. Just haven't made the mistake you know using and killing myself but don't do the i'm grateful again. It's all about gratitude. I got a second chance in life. And i'm still doing what i love to do. You know maybe not on the level of journey or any. But i'm still twenty. And i'm and i'm alive. That's the most support thing. I'm still a dad that my kids granddad to make grandbabies. I'm home you know i'm wearing me to be a good peaceful spot which is important you know. And it's it's. I'm sure that there is a much. There's much more of an appreciation as to where you're at and also to. I bet you the music sounds better to go to a player. I'm definitely more relaxed. And i played better. Everything is better you know. I mean i'm not saying. I'm not gonna have days 'cause i'm gonna have shit days but you know what it's again when you're living in one hundred percent graduating obey law just like. Oh god i mean to be able to play again dude. I never thought i would play again. After all that stuff. I was written off. The industry would have nothing to do. Wouldn't talk me so for me i. I really had to work hard to get you know what i'm not done yet. This chapter is over but it. I'm starting a new chapter. Let's move on and i was grateful to david. Lowy very grateful. They're giving me a shot. When nobody else would touch me. And and i love him to death and i owe him a huge democratic very very important because again. I never thought. I would get a pretty pretty horrendous stuff that happened..

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"deen" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology

Rock N Roll Archaeology

06:44 min | 6 months ago

"deen" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology

"Jay scott. Hope you're doing well out there staying safe and staying healthy as i always say. I sound like a broken record. It is a crazy time out there but as always music is the power to heal and gives you the power to get through things like this and there is no better time to digest new music to absorb new music to check out things that maybe you've been waiting to check out or you said you didn't haven't had any time. Most people are working from home now. Hopefully hopefully most people are still working. That's the that's the most important thing but put some music on. Listen to check it out. i guarantee you. There's gonna be stuff out there that you like and you want to continue listening to you can open up a whole whole bunch of new stuff for you. So that being said i like to welcome in our next guest which i'm really excited about a big fan of his all the way since the wild dogs. The era in the early to mid eighties. In that is mr dean castro nova. What's going on man our you brother j. Everything's good freezing. Here in oregon. I think i'm sure you're freezing. Gago all is well. Yeah and the and the big freeze is about to happen. It's supposed to drop down like sixteen on friday and you know so you got put the shorts and sandals away finally. You're probably about a week ago. It was clear out. Look really pretty little cold you know. And then by four o'clock it started snowing. I mean and in oregon in the valley. Where i live in salem. Are you kidding. Everybody drinks out californians. Do when the app rain so here we are driving. I'm slipping in the slides great. There's a lot of fun but yeah it gets crazy. It gets crazy. I saw him malibu last week or two weeks ago that they had snow in malibu and i'm like that's nuts. I never heard of that. That's pretty awesome. Well we always start the same way every time we have a new guest on the podcast and that is the essence of the show. Just like every great rock sung has a hook. That sucks you in. Every rock fan has a moment whether it's a song and albany aband- band or performance that hooks them on rock and roll. What was it for you dean. My first experience with kiss was. I was seven or eight. Something like that and my older brother. Mike had Draft to kill the album the extra vinyl and i thought. Oh my gosh is the coolest thing ever so put it. Ought listen to it and i said i love this band. This is cool then. I saw him on the special or don cursors rock concert one of the shows and they were on with the fire and i was like. Oh i wanna do that. When i get older. I'm going to do that and that was it. I mean they were my beatles so it it me forever. You know. I hear that a lot about kiss. It was a lot of musicians. Beatles in the seventies you know was that and they had such poll in the had the make up they had the explosions. They had the stage presence. They all of that. And it just pulled a lot of musicians in like in the mid seventy too late. Seventy s era for me. It was born in sixty four. So you know the good stuff like the beatles. I missed that. I mean when they came out i was born. I mean that kind of stuff i was. I didn't really get into until later in my my Drumming career i guess but Yeah it was kissed. I just saw that and the funny thing was when i was younger. Pay fourteen fifteen you know. I wanna be in one or two bands. I want to be an either or journey. The real and thank god. I got the journey. Because i look like crap and spanish so that would mean we could do much baggage right eight catches up to your age age defying the fact and spandex definitely so from kiss. Where did it go. where did it go from there. Which rummy who was your early influences which running. Oh personally with peter of course and then i saw literally. I saw russia open for kids and My trump teacher told me i was eleven and I saw neil parrott and and my mind. You're like lightbulb. It was like look at that guy but she played all those jobs. You know what. I mean at a big kid. But he wasn't really a player player so it was. You know pyramid that. That really changed me as a as a drummer to be more innovative. And and i would analyze every little thing. You'll get just you know how build drum drum lakes you know. In parts of the song it'd be one little thing and then a little better than but a third one before the last become wicked drellich. So i learned a ton from of just be just play. You know we open it. You don't have to play time so it was. It was new. And then. I i got my father actually brought me I was. I think it was No actually my my guitar got me the infinity record and he just loved vinyl over. I hadn't seen the cover anything here. You need to learn this on day and So i learned the song and he was like well you you you know you haven't hit puberty yet. You should go ahead and give it a try thing you know so. That's where i started to say we're doing you know journey stuff you know. It was peter. Chris neil dean smith and of course kerry bows meal and then. There's a ton of of metal drummers that i just love the death so you know that's kind of where i was man wasn't ainsley dunbar. Did he leave the album or the band by infiniti. I you know i. He left right. after infinity. it started doing good and then they brought committing was great tremors. Well i'm player. You know for me. It was back then. It was listening. More steve perry's voice and the songwriting just incredible song. So did you always sing and play or did the singing tom after that. You know i started playing drums. Obviously that i learned the journey stuff. And i started singing and then it just became a natural thing you know. I formed bands with a couple of friends of mine here in oregon and and it was the ban was called the enemy. This is waiting for a while. Dogs and i was believing drummer. It was a trio and we sounded like rush. All of our original sounded like rush. Just you know that thing. So i started leaving it man and Then wild dogs came. And i just became you know freaking metal background singer guy. Yeah i mean after wild dogs. And then you've got kinda hooked with shrapnel. You did a lot of stuff with them and different projects different albums as well. Me namely namely tony.

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"deen" Discussed on MinddogTV  Your Mind's Best Friend

MinddogTV Your Mind's Best Friend

04:18 min | 6 months ago

"deen" Discussed on MinddogTV Your Mind's Best Friend

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"deen" Discussed on MinddogTV  Your Mind's Best Friend

MinddogTV Your Mind's Best Friend

07:14 min | 6 months ago

"deen" Discussed on MinddogTV Your Mind's Best Friend

"Or weeks or you know. God forbid months sometimes And so you know. I firing writers and for myself. You know what i always come back to is It's the joy of it right. It's it's like what a great thing it is that my job is to play around in the playground of imagination and to think of scenarios of what if this happened and what you know and what would it be funny and can i make someone laugh if my character does this and you know make them stay up and and forget about going to bed or sleep with the lights on because scared them so much. It's it's those kinds of things that i always try to come back to because at the end of the day. Those are the things that we could. The can't control reviews can't control sales. We can't control if we're going to get an agent or publisher like all those things are up to somebody else but we can control. Am i gonna sit in the chair today and give it a good faith effort. Am i going to take satisfaction that even if i didn't get ten pages done or five pages down or two pages done. I tried my very best And that that is wonderful right like. That's that's my son's of accomplishment in and just like you said that's how i'm gonna define my success effort and just tried. I agree with you. On ninety. Nine point nine percent of what you said but there were times when i was in the corporate world where i spent ten hours or twelve hours in the office and at the end of the day. Ask myself what the hell did we get done today. I i worked I once got caught When i worked in the business world in a meeting that was three hours and the entire meeting with the team leader china. Decide what color binder we should have. And i'm not kidding. You know when we first like the first fifteen minutes all what color binders we should have. And i was like. She's she's kidding right. Like who cares. And then we got into conversation and then three hours later I remember going back to my manager. Just being like i. I will buy you like a coffee every day. I will buy cupcakes like please get me off this task force like police just finding kids. Three hundred bucks man. I was losing my will to live ya. I worked for a corporation at the time in the nineties. It was twenty seven thousand employed and my end the building. I worked in kazan many building but in every single day. The entire building took Breakthrough celebrate somebody's birthday cake and sing happy birthday to many people and that was one biggest complaint across the board anytime i met with A vice senior vice president of somebody about we need to stop these daily meetings about the cake and it's almost like mandatory. You have to stop what you're doing and go with somebody a happy birthday and sing happy birthday cake and have taken sit there while nobody has anything. Say making small talk. What a waste of productivity but moving from that now We talked about measuring your own success by by the value of what you're doing in the feeling but having Lofty goal of changing the world. Which i admire you for. And i think we all do whether we whether we set out to intentionally change the world or or not were having an effect on the world but that kind of stuff i mean i. It's a very lofty goal. But how do you even How do you approach that. In a sense where i had. I know if. I'm making a positive difference because as i said. We're all making a difference in the world whether we doing intentionally or unintentionally for better or for worse how do you. How do you know that your books are and what you're doing is really Serving to change the world a better way. Yeah those are those are great questions and my my standing is story. Not not just my stories but stories in general Change the world. And you're absolutely right like every day we walk into the world and the way we move in the world tells the world a story about who we think we are. What we think you'd get accomplished how we feel about the people around us And so we are constantly telling stories To ourselves and to other people even even little things like you know to those aspiring writers day that used danny think gee can i read a book and then you step out and you go people. I'm going to give this a shot. That's a story you told yourself right. I'm the hero in in the journey by life. And this is a goal that i have and i feel like i can do it. I feel like i can accomplish that. And conversely ourselves. While i'm i'm not that good you know i'm not. I'm not that pretty. I'm not that talented. I'm not that smart. Like those are all negative stories. We tell ourselves And so for me. When i'm talking about stories changing the world and one of my my big things is saying to people like yeah. You need to sell your stories right because no one sees the world the way you do. It's it's only you so if you don't tell your story That story's never gonna get told because there's no one else that's going to be able to tell whether you can And my idea that stories are changing. The world constantly comes back to when i was a child and canada had just opened stores to nonwhite immigrants. Which meant that. You know within our neighborhood within the schools We were the only people of color. You know my sister i went. It was a canine school and To the best of my recollection we were the only two kids who were not white. And what was it. Set us up for a huge amount of racism and ignorance and and violence and It was winter it was very winter. And you know. I as as lush as guyana is i love. I love canada's beauty. I love snow. I really like snow. Just does it for me. Come on down. I gotta shoveling a yard full of it but it was. It was coming home. Where a bunch of grade nine. That decided the fun thing to do would be to grab some snowballs. Throw some pebbles and stones walls pulled them at us along with sort of every hateful thing that they can think of to say and You know going home not understanding those words because like no one ever said those words to me and having a having my mom explain and my dad explain Racism and racial slurs. Were and you know. And it's really really traumatic thing for anybody let alone when you're a five year old child and you realize that this world will never be safe for you because you don't look like anybody else and what ended up happening is my mom and dad My dad take care of the house and my mom went out with us. And she hunted down the ringleader of the.

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"deen" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

WHAS 840 AM

06:07 min | 1 year ago

"deen" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

"Jason al Deen to discuss what his top three priorities are when choosing and producing new songs I think for me it's subject matter has a lot to do with it what it's talking about I mean a lot of the songs of sort of built my career on over the years I've been in a lot of it's kind of in that blue collar sort of amaryllis god type stuff you know so that that's a big part of it to me melodies are big thing I mean I feel like I know what I you know melody was what I'm good at saying you know what I'm not so good at singing or what doesn't really come natural to me so I can take that into consideration too and then and then obviously clear similar to the the thing that really is going to sell the song you can have a song that sounds great you know the risks are great but the lyrics are horrible and that's no good so really it's a combination of those three things and you know and that's at the U. S. in two hundred songs to fun in a ten or fifteen the all those things kind of match up and it's you know you put that one aside and go look for another one you know and and then you end up with within a fifteen to go on the record but it's that's why it's a long process because they're hard to find you know songs that just have all those qualities you have to dig deep to find there's a lot of times keep listening to I heart radio for more Jason Aldean and all your favorite artists we now return to Markstein here on the Rush Limbaugh program Russia always says we have the best number music and that is right I will what do we do we have a Gloria Laura Branigan walking on sunshine I we got you seen nothin yet a great song by my old pal Randy Bachman of Bachman Turner overdrive I didn't I didn't take this but this was like number one nineteen seventy four in twenty two countries around the world including the United States and Canada great Canadian rock band that if you go on YouTube and you go do my YouTube channel you can see those are like a little twenty minute thing of me and Randy back man talking about that song because the the the two greatest offering songs up up up up up baby you're just saying say nothing yet and cookie Katie wonderful K. ET you're the only good good good girl that I adore which was worldwide hit and I think nineteen eighteen at the end of the first World War and that both Canadian so all the great suffering songs a Canadian and you can hear me and Randy talking about that at the end of which then Randy gets out his guitar and he plays and sings you ain't heard nothing yet and that the and then at the end of it the whole you can see the whole band and the thing you ain't seen nothin yet the the great Randy back my name is on my Christmas show as well he did the what do you need a rocking around the Christmas tree anyway it is some bad news from Microsoft by the way I should mention told Herman's head tomorrow and much is gonna be back later with we are not distracted by the great bumper music I could talk about the bumper music they if they play that at five minutes past midday eastern time I'd still be talking about it now I can talk about the bumper music the whole show we don't need to mention any of this on pleasant politics anyway Microsoft replaced its human journalists with robots and so now in the my Chris Wolfe new site they illus they they took they ran a story about the singer J. U. differed with cell walls personal reflections on racism if you don't know jade Thirlwall she's one of the the new fellas not like Randy Backman she belongs to the mixed race band little mix and jade Thirlwall gave some reflections on racism to M. S. N. dot com which is Microsoft's new site and they illustrated it with the picture of her fellow band member Lee and panic and she's furious I show she posted on Instagram if you get a copy and paste articles from other media right that you might want to show you are using an image of the correct mixed race member of the group this is artificial intelligence it some primitive Microsoft's artificial intelligence is so primitive the just like actual human racists all black people look alike to the artificial intelligence robots can you believe that Microsoft have actually loosed racist robots upon the planet that's how bad it's getting artificial intelligence just as racist as the old kind of intelligence now you may have heard this was news I mentioned yesterday that they W. H. R. the World Health Organization that's a China's lapdog they issued a statement yesterday that a symptomatic spread of coronavirus is very rare in other words if you you want that food the last three months have been a complete waste the time they locked us down on the basis that a symptomatic people could spread coronavirus and so you couldn't just quarantine the sick people you have to quarantine everybody so they had to tank the global economy and to ruin all our lives and put tens of millions of people out of work I'm make everybody broke and close all the restaurants and close all the shops because any symptomatic people could be spreaders of the cove at nineteen I'm then yesterday Maria fan Kournikova who is the the head home checked when it comes to the coronavirus so we're not talking about that communist goon from Ethiopia who heads the organization and is trying his guy there that ghastly Dr Ted Ross fellow Beijing bald we're talking about one of the actual experts there who in fact is American I believe Maria van Kerkhove a Dutch name but I think she's a U. 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"deen" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

02:39 min | 1 year ago

"deen" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"With Jason al Deen to discuss what his top three priorities are when choosing and producing new songs I think for me it's subject matter has a lot to do with it what it's talking about I mean a lot of the songs out sort of build my career all over the years I've been in a lot of it's kind of in that blue collar sort of amaryllis guy type stuff you know so that that's a big part of it to me melodies are big thing I mean I feel like I know what I you know melody was what I'm good at saying you know what I'm not so good at singing or what doesn't really come natural to me so I can take that into consideration too and then and then obviously clear similar to the the thing that really is going to sell the song you can have a song that sounds great you know the risks are great but the lyrics are horrible and that's no good so really it's a combination of those three things and you know and that's at the U. S. in two hundred songs to fun you know ten or fifteen the all those things kind of match up and it's you know you put that one aside and go look for another one you know and and then you end up with within a fifteen to go on the record but it's that's why it's a long process because they're hard to find you know songs that just have all those qualities you have to dig deep to find there's a lot of times keep listening to I heart radio for more Jason Aldean and all your favorite artists we've heard from one of baseball's biggest stars regarding his feelings about the ongoing battle between the league and the union over the economic approach to whatever a twenty twenty season would look like Washington nationals pitcher Max Scherzer tweeted out that there was no reason to engage MLB and any further compensation discussions this after the players received an offer which proposed a tiered salary structure were the highest paid players would be the most affected they're still expected to be a counter offer that will seek full pro rated salaries Jerry Colangelo who chairs the board of governors of the basketball hall of fame is told ESPN that the enshrinement ceremonies for this year will be moved to the spring of twenty twenty one Tim Duncan Kevin Garnett and Lee Kobe Bryant among those set to be inducted the NBA now looking seriously at a potential playoffs play in tournament for those teams just out of our current spot like the trailblazers or three and a half games out of the post season and that idea sits well with gardenia Littler do said he did not want to play in meaningless games if they returned that sports Frank Garrity NBC news radio all that good stuff yeah Rufio keeps you on top of pop culture June is African American music appreciation month president Jimmy Carter created the celebration in nineteen seventy nine to highlight the African American musical influences that comprise an essential.

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"deen" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

01:50 min | 1 year ago

"deen" Discussed on WTVN

"Jason al Deen to discuss what his top three priorities are when choosing and producing new songs I think for me it's subject matter has a lot to do with it what it's talking about I mean a lot of the songs out sort of built my career all over the years I've been in a lot of it's kind of in that blue collar sort of amaryllis guy type stuff you know so that that's a big part of me melodies are big thing I mean I feel like I know what I you know melody while it's what I'm good at saying you know what I'm not so good at singing or what doesn't really come natural to me so I can take that into consideration too and then and then obviously clear similar to the the thing that really is going to sell the song you can have a song that sounds great you know the risks are great but the lyrics are horrible and that's no good so really it's a combination of those three things and you know and that's at the U. S. in two hundred songs to fun a ten or fifteen the all those things kind of match up and it's you know you put that one aside and go look for another one you know and and then you end up with within a fifteen to go on the record but it's that's why it's a long process because they're hard to find you know songs that just have all those qualities you have to dig deep to find there's a lot of times keep listening to I heart radio for more Jason Aldean and all your favorite artists mark laser show all right good afternoon welcome mark blazer that's me Hey man that's him over there John ceases over there behind the glass jar seizing committed about eight different illegal and unsafe maneuvers to get out of the traffic jam I would still be sitting there right now hopefully set the picture off.

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"deen" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

106.1 FM WTKK

01:43 min | 1 year ago

"deen" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

"Jason al Deen to discuss what his top three priorities are when choosing and producing new songs I think for me it's subject matter has a lot to do with it what it's talking about I mean a lot of the songs out sort of built my career all over the years have been in a lot of it's kind of in that blue collar sort of amaryllis guy type stuff you know so that that's a big part of it to me melodies are big thing I mean I feel like I know what I you know melody was what I'm good at singing and what I'm not so good at singing or what doesn't really come natural to me so I can take that into consideration too and then and then obviously clear similar to the the thing that really is going to sell the song you can have a song that sounds great you know the risks are great but the lyrics are horrible and that's no good so really it's a combination of those three things and you know and that's at the U. S. in two hundred songs to fun you know ten or fifteen the all those things kind of match up and it's you know you put that one aside and go look for another one you know and and then you end up with within a fifteen to go on the record but it's that's why it's a long process because they're hard to find you know songs that just have all those qualities you have to dig deep to find there's a lot of times keep listening to I heart radio for more Jason Aldean and all your favorite artists your president from.

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"deen" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

02:04 min | 1 year ago

"deen" Discussed on 600 WREC

"One with Jason al Deen to discuss what his top three priorities are when choosing and producing new songs I think for me it's subject matter has a lot to do with it what it's talking about I mean a lot of the songs out sort of built my career on over the years I've been in a lot of it's kind of in that blue collar sort of amaryllis guy type stuff you know so that that's a big part of it to me melodies are big thing I mean I feel like I know what I you know melody was what I'm good at saying you know what I'm not so good at singing or what doesn't really come natural to me so I can take that into consideration too and then and then obviously clear similar to the the thing that really is going to sell the song you can have a song that sounds great you know the risks are great but the lyrics are horrible and that's no good so really it's a combination of those three things and you know and that's at the U. S. in two hundred songs to fun you know ten or fifteen the all those things kind of match up and it's you know you put that one aside and go look for another one you know and and then you end up with within a fifteen to go on the record but it's that's why it's a long process because they're hard to find you know songs that just have all those qualities you have to dig deep to find there's a lot of times keep listening to I heart radio for more Jason Aldean and all your favorite artists I'm very core city a Canadian armed forces snowbirds jet on a tour to lift spirits during the corona virus outbreak has crashed in British Columbia killing one crew member and seriously injuring the other and the new three trillion dollar corona virus relief bill passed Friday is causing rips on both sides U. S. senator michaeli discussing the bill on fox news this bill would be passed really is a progressive wish list of sorts report Democrats it contains the word cannabis more than it contains the workshops meanwhile Senate minority leader Chuck Schumer calling for the Federal Trade Commission to crackdown on scammers pushing fake treatments for the coronavirus new program now available from musical medicine.

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"deen" Discussed on The Big 98

The Big 98

04:08 min | 1 year ago

"deen" Discussed on The Big 98

"Amy sent me a note over the weekend saying that Jason al Deen had a stroller for his dog is that right yeah so I saw Britney his wife post a picture of her J. send the kids in strollers and then a dog in a stroller and I thought oh my goodness here Jason Aldean is on social media loud and proud as dogs in the stroller this is affirmation that Bobby can put his dog in a stroller I mean days not dean is a man's man you can do this I'm not worried about being a man's man not no part of me ever think he's a man's man I don't have it okay in a man's man okay well why didn't lunch box didn't vote for you to put the dog in a stroller why well because it makes you look like a sissy he has different relocate idea but seed lunchbox would never say that to Jason now dean no course the water so I don't know I just thought you could have a friend in this and if you wanted to reach out today saying you can okay what's it like to have your dog in a stroller like I'm I'm looking to do the same right now kind of stroller what kind of service did you get yes I don't know how laughing you I'll text right now Hey dude so you have a stroller for your dog struggling with the idea of getting one from mine obviously because of the girlfriend how do you feel about it also hit me up with a stroller recommendation lackey with tears okay he says I am fix I'm looking out of here he's got a stroller to he's pushed older two kids he's put push the stroller with a live which is a little dog and a big bulky bulldog that's the matter it's a dog in a stroller I did see a thing where vets are saying don't let people pet your dog because that that person that you don't know this petting your dog could have coronavirus and touch your dog etiquette standard dogs for and then you touch your dog for and then you get coronavirus yeah I had heard that so I wasn't I haven't been letting people touch my dog for weeks I don't like it was my dog anyway for the most part because I don't really well because all my dog has to do because he's a jumper still is jump up on someone playfully scratch them a little bit with this call on there like that said I'm suing your dog attack me or that for my dog down I just not when you have a high profile position like mine people always looking if you rear in them if your dog scratches them but believe all you knuckleheads in this room to be on the lookout thank yeah I know I always worry about that with Joe see my rottweiler because she was a little aggressive at times but the sweetest thing in the world and a good good dog but luckily any incident we had as always as a family member so we're fine my car insurance is higher because of my job your job or your dog my job my car insurance is higher because of my job because why because if someone five rear in someone they are more likely to sue because I'm in a public position and while you guys just must yeah you guys must not just tell your person when an application when someone says what do you when you're filling say you're going to the doctor or whatever you have to fill occupation what do you play I put radio personality if it's just the general one yeah radio for I sometimes if I don't want people to know I'll just put entertainer I know both of those seem weird I wonder to what artists put to country singer I know it's a weird thing that we heard like I don't know any time I go somewhere new they did is the doctor though wherever and I have to fill al I always feel so awkward I don't know what to put his foot radio personality my neighbor when I first moved up here I came over and asked me what I did for a living I was like it's none of your business so I just said I'm an entertainer because I do I do comedy and radio and TV okay if I say I'm an entertainer he other things are you are you yes I guess if I were to say he did what he okay he said haha my wife ordered I refused to be seen in public pushing it full told you however well you were in a picture with it I'm not going back on with that this is not a threat we're gonna have to gather but he said pet gear is the brand though she got on Amazon hope you in the car healthy stay and stay safe next we'll find out the hardest age to parents we'll talk and go talk with a minute about the household in their kids will play somewhere on a beach right now.

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"deen" Discussed on Movin 92.5

Movin 92.5

03:23 min | 1 year ago

"deen" Discussed on Movin 92.5

"Russia will yeah Paula Deen is sexy I'm with him but trough and go to town my friend is a woman who looks like a younger version he was literally just confessing like he has not been able to tell anyone ever and not just all came out the key to a man's heart is through his stomach or under his apron you have to lose one regularly at this time every Monday your phone taps coming up right after this it's Brooke and Jubal in the morning right click here thank thanks the mornings on the twenty hello.

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"deen" Discussed on Movin 92.5

Movin 92.5

03:31 min | 1 year ago

"deen" Discussed on Movin 92.5

"Russia will yeah Paula Deen is sexy I'm with him but trough and go to town my friend this woman who looks like a younger version he was literally just confessing but he has not been able to tell anyone ever and not just all came out the key to a man's heart is through his stomach or under his apron the list includes one regularly at this time every Monday your phone's apps coming up right after this Brooke and Jubal more this is just both cases yeah in the mornings on the twenty hello.

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"deen" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW

TalkRadio 630 KHOW

03:52 min | 1 year ago

"deen" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW

"Small business man and I think he's he's great I one of my favorite legislators is Paula Deen from cars only random on the of the hallways really I think he's very he's the one who came up with this education agenda than the Republicans are pushing and and it's not going to pass but I think it's important Republicans do propose agendas and and issues so that we can use those as as comparisons and contrasts with Democrats and Paul did a great job that's what we need more of what it with more than bashing Democrats yes it is saying that you know yeah who we are and what we stand for some writing and offering these these really bold workable concrete yes No pathways to victory here yes just stuff that work and consistent with our values and that there's so much yes there yeah and I'm with you that's what I see happening in the GOP is we're getting more those folks involved too who have the ability to have the vision but to put together you know that the way to get to the vision right yes I know I'm I'm excited I'm optimistic but Dick we've got a minute left what else should the folks know let's watch this impeachment a charade going on and I think our our US senators and are are doing a great job and are the as in the trump legal team is doing a great job let's get this over with thank you for watching going he in the end will Mitch McConnell be able to keep the G. O. P. together I'm not off to and their goal clearly right now is to avoid witnesses will they be able I think he will the damn I just don't think the Democrats have made any kind of dance at all in this in this process and if that continues which I assume it will I I think he can hold together the the research kind of shaky Republicans right now I think the Democrats have of a couple of fatal flaws baked in the cake one is the shops and we have an overwhelming case but we need these witnesses right that that's just not in a claim with your friend and the other is they need two or three days to state their case wasn't even if you can't state your case in an hour you don't have a case exactly known to me yes or or or at least most of it in an hour particularly after they've had all of these other processes yeah eight two supposedly put it together what what what do you need three destined to do good question have you ever gone to a court room and told the judge I need three I'm gonna try that sometime yeah yeah sometime when I really want to spend the night in jail so I'm gonna to us right but while off its last question I have for you is because I I do I just think it's so important that Cory Gardner wind Colorado yes if it and you have one so much in the state if you're advising Cory Gardner what do you tell him is most critical to winning against John Hickling he needs to aggressively go out campaign and go after taking over I mean the other the campaign overall and then Corey needs to get out there he could not come across as the incumbent who is is kind of staying in the in the background Corey has got to be the challenger that's where he's most comfortable that's how we became a U. S. senator to begin with Hickenlooper is perfect to create that contrast with and Corey is one of the most dynamic Connie campaigners we've seen ever in Colorado and if he replicates that which I know we can he will be reelected yeah don't hide your light under a bushel don't hi I'm Cory garner and I'm always most concerned about a great candidate being over managed aha you know I I I'm with you completely hot Corey be Corey yeah you know put him out there he will he will win the battle right showing tremendous job behind the glass my friend Preciado as always tomorrow of course will be on top all the low lights from this crew attempt back in DC we'll have much more as well thanks for your time today Dan capitalistic Wadhams funded and kept pushing now impact traffic.

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"deen" Discussed on WDRC

WDRC

01:40 min | 2 years ago

"deen" Discussed on WDRC

"The crime news of a great city written by Alonzo. Deen Cole are adventure tonight. But demon minor. Mormon a desolate graveyard and the distance beyond the greet. Tombstones can be seen the stock outlines of tolerant cool breaker rule upon row of coal miners. Shivering in the cold rain, a small group of men stand there headed. Won't be long. No Frank a couple of minutes. He'll start shoveling dirt, unplug. Joe's coffin. This is the sixth time in just the last two months that you me come to the graveyard to watch guy we worked with put away I'm thinking that right? I've known plenty of accidents to happen. But when six in a row get killed by fallen roof rock when right after another of the same mind level. Well, it makes you wonder. Yeah. Especially when you're cutting out in that level yourself like we are some of the guys say there's a hoodoo on Bristol. Hats says is worse than that. That guy says, but that'll guys crazy who think so? Hello guys. Just then close by talk. So you're crazy because I say demon kill men's in Bristol level at stake colony any guy who says that is crazy do not know the country. No, I was talking to a welcome the other night Franken he said when he comes from any comes from any minors. Well, that's there's something funny..

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Erdogan says Turkey will boycott US electronic goods, including Apple’s iPhone

Bloomberg Daybreak: Europe

03:58 min | 3 years ago

Erdogan says Turkey will boycott US electronic goods, including Apple’s iPhone

"Lira is resuming declines as. Measures announced by the central Bank. Proved insufficient to stem around in the currency this as president air to on shows no sign of backing down in. A standoff with the. US which sanctioned to ministers in his government in a spat over the detention of an American pastor, in Turkey for more let's go live to stand board daybreak Middle. East anchor Yousef Gamal El Deen is standing by Yussef let's kick it off with the political developments I guess overnight since president air to one attacked the iphone Matt stories, been moving fast so we had the. Speech from from president as you pointed, out where he threatened that. They would, be moving away from the United States in terms of that trade relationship he. Specifically mentioned tech the US is Turkey's. Large four fourth largest trade, partner after, Russia and China so, it's not an unimportant relationship and then you had the Russian Foreign Minister in town for good measure. For ideological fix. If you wanted, to send. The signal across the pond. We hide the US response in the forms of their in the form of their spokesperson who said we believe Turkey. Needs to do the right thing and they're gonna come through with that and now this the last few minutes Matt Turkey raises the bar once again we understand that now they've raised customs tax on some US goods. Including vehicles so you're looking at twenty two items mobile. Phones are. Not included but again it does. Include rice alcoholic beverages and one hundred and. Twenty percent on passenger cars and other motor vehicles sixty percent On cosmetics so once again after. The clear threats yesterday in his speech here the government following me. Up with, some additional measures and arguably raising the stakes for the remainder of the day. Guys yes certainly raising the stakes aired. On not giving up her. That easily, it seems attention also, turning towards foreign currency bonds cease if that Turkish companies hold run us through the numbers here The conversation there on interest rates is. Not over yet even. Though the, president has made clear that he thinks this is evil and a tool of exploitation domestically there have been more and more voices who are. Calling for tighter monetary policy and it's because of this domestic. Pressure that is growing speculation that the central Bank may move on rates but not necessarily at. An emergency session more likely at its regularly scheduled meeting you mentioned the bonds Bloomberg's crunch the, numbers you looking at sixteen. Billion dollars worth of foreign denominated bonds that are gonna come to you by the end of twenty nineteen the, first, company that's up as. Coca Cola each a check they've got five hundred million dollars in the senior unsecured note that's coming you on October one so this again goes to show that if this is going. To, turn into a debt crisis it's not gonna happen overnight and the. Real damage is going to be done if the lira stay at low levels for prolonged periods of yeah I mean We've already heard of foreign shoppers getting super giant discounts on like luxury items but I wonder, when the tables turn and. Retailer start raising prices have you seen inflation on regular things when you go out to eat Yussef or people, already. Raising prices Not just yet I'd say the majority of the interactions that. I've had, and the. Goods that I've purchased which mind you have not been luxury? Goods just yet basic goods to survive and get through the day here. This bull those remained unchanged with the exception of of fuel prices selectively at certain retail outlets but again you're right the question becomes is how, quickly is that going to change the exchange houses have been very. Quick to. Reprise and. Reprise quite accurately we. Went. Through some of the shopping. Streets and they were offering liras, at quite a realistic great, given, global markets are. Trading that particular play but we'll keep a close eye on that over the, coming days of course

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Turkish central bank tries to contain currency crisis

Bloomberg Daybreak

00:26 sec | 3 years ago

Turkish central bank tries to contain currency crisis

"Backing down from his standoff with. The United States Bloomberg's Yousef. Gamal El Deen joins us with the latest from Istanbul good morning Yousef the morning Bob and Karen it's been a dramatic. Few hours four Turkey over the weekend president read. Subtitles on pen than editorial in the New, York Times outlining the country's tastes in the dispute over the American pastor that's being held in Turkey also on. The score that they are looking at alternatives when it comes to the

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"deen" Discussed on AP News

AP News

01:56 min | 3 years ago

"deen" Discussed on AP News

"Price seven twenty plus tax finance agreements required looks for two screens terms apply the story of perseverance even Pablo himself could appreciate AP's Ben Thomas reports. Key west annual Ernest Hemingway look alike winner is a contest regular, he'd entered the contest eight previous times I think everybody has to pay the news and I did but the. Ninth was magic for Michael groover of Savannah Georgia. The sixty two year, old harbor pilot sites to keys to his victory And I had my whole family and friends. And a heck of a team screaming format that included, his. Wife celebrity chef Paula Deen who noted not only does groover resemble Hemingway It didn't sell. Really well certainly the title. Delicious life with Paula Deen earners book a copy of the famous join, or die political, cartoon from a newspaper that Benjamin Franklin owned in, seventeen fifty four is up for auction it's the only copy known to exist outside of the library of congress the cartoon features the colonies fractured in the form. Of a serpent and it was aimed to rally the British colonies, to join against the French and their native American allies during the seven years war between Great Britain and France, Sander's auctions, says bidding, will begin at forty thousand dollars on Thursday Japan's recorded its highest temperature, ever the Japan meteorological agency since forty one point, one degrees celsius or one hundred six degrees Fahrenheit was recorded. In a city about forty. Miles northwest of Tokyo on Monday Japan's been dealing with a deadly heat, wave for nearly, two weeks along with south and North Korea is, to lingering high pressure systems have trapped warm and humid air above the region thousands of people in Japan. Have been rushed to hospitals with heat stroke symptoms the. Worst of the heat wave is expected to be over this week Hi I'm Megan crane AP digital.

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Trump issues all-caps threat to Iran

South Florida Morning Show

03:51 min | 3 years ago

Trump issues all-caps threat to Iran

"For a vehicle fire and go so top off your fluids because of the heat it is a problem President. Trump issuing a new threat to Iran. Last night on Twitter in. All caps sack at the White House President Trump, fired off a late night. All caps warning to Iran he tweeted never ever threaten the United States again or you will suffer consequences the likes of which few throughout history have ever suffered before hours Earlier Iran's president issued a threat of his own saying war with Iran is the mother. Of all wars, and adding, Mr., Trump do not play with the lion's tail or else you will regret it. Are signs ABC news Washington a new poll gives President. Trump the highest Republican approval numbers of, his. Presidency the latest NBC news Wall Street Journal poll Shows eighty percent of Republican voters surveyed approve of how Trump is handling his duties as president police are confirming that a gunman. Is dead after, a mass, shooting, in Toronto the other fourteen are victims I can tell you that one has. To their injuries at this point in time A young, girls in critical state right now the shooting happened in the eastern Toronto neighbourhood. Of Greek town last, night Saunders, said the suspect was armed with a handgun exchanged gunfire with police, before he died please do not have a motive but, investigators have not ruled out terrorism Representative Trey Goudy blasting the Justice department for leaving out who funded a surveillance warrant of President Trump's former policy adviser applications scenes the amount of, reliance they placed on this. Product funded by the but by Hillary Clinton's campaign and the DNC county says the secret court should have been told that the dossier. Was partially paid for by the Clinton campaign nineteen year old. Tyrone fields turned himself in after the Broward sheriff's office yesterday released video footage of him. Allegedly robbing and shooting sixty one year old father of to parkland massacre survivors. Fields is charged with murder. And robbery with a firearm revere beach police investigating a shooting yesterday that sent multiple People to the hospital the shooting comes days after the town hall meeting. Though they held to curb violence in the area last week. Seven people were shot in, two people died man is dead after apparently, drowning in Palm Beach county the body of sixty five year. Old Devon Mirage was found yesterday morning you're the book Raton resort and club where he was staying, divers with Boca Raton police found, the body hours after the man was reported, missing the, football world is mourning the death of former dolphins head coach Tony Sporanos Fifty-six-year-old. Passed away unexpectedly yesterday, is home, in Minnesota where he was the Vikings offensive line coach he complained, of chest pains on Thursday underwent tests was released on, Friday and found unconscious yesterday morning in four seasons coaching the dolphins who went twenty nine thirty two but won the AFC east in two thousand and eight Speranza was survived by, his wife Janette two sons. And daughter and four grandchildren the survey Bola Fe new sake fifty w. f. t. l. celebrity chef Paula Deen's white-bearded husband has won. The Ernest Hemingway look alike competition in key west annual Hemingway day's festival wrapped up yesterday I had my whole family and friends and a teams I definitely had the biggest crowd I saw that he was so passionate about it. And he wanted to. Do this you, wanted to participate so, deans husband Michael groover from Savannah Georgia triumphed over one hundred fifty entrance on his ninth attempt during Saturday night's Hemingway look alike contest was that sloppy Joe's bar a frequent haunt of the author during his key west years and go to our. Website eight fifty WT dot com see the photo of me looks just like Ernest Hemingway and there's Paula Deen. There. With her mouth wide open anyway it is now time. For traffic. News time is eight oh five we check traffic. And weather together on the fives Good morning traffic is brought to you by. Burlington I ninety..

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"deen" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

WHAS 840 AM

01:49 min | 3 years ago

"deen" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

"Remember what happened So. She worked on behalf of Paula Deen and also someone, named I'm a heard this, name very often in the. News Harvey Weinstein I think it might be Harvey Weinstein whoever, that is she doing some work for him. To there's a letter that's been released, and now that the Patricia Glazer's involved in this I'm. Thinking maybe she's the one who released said, to release the letter through a PR firm lots, of media people here are saying oh we've gotten access to this letter well they wanted people to get access to this letter I'll read. A portion of it coming. Up in just a few, minutes and. It, also delves into the extortion thing okay that's such a murky weird part of. John. Schneider story saying he's being extorted our was, being extorted by. This laundry service marketing firm but. He in the letter explains that in more detail so that's that's an interesting aspect of it to be sure but he won't be doing anymore long-form interviews. I know he had one scheduled Morning here in Louisville and that had to be pulled because he's he told someone, that while we were going to be at the major league, baseball all star game on Tuesday. But now we've kind of been encouraged not to attend so he's. Here or was here I don't know if he is, now but, that was the whole thing schedule's wide, open today all right and then we've got some people coming by here today to tell. Their stories on various projects they have going on, that I think are pretty powerful and people that need your help we're going to tell their. Stories this little bit on the show, today, we've got a lot to do. Glad, you're here coming right back on NewsRadio eight forty. W. h. s. NewsRadio eight forty w. h. AS traffic busy this afternoon have couple of accidents working out on Brownsboro. Just. Inside the Snyder Freeway one of those is an injury accident, also at Bardstown..

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