35 Burst results for "Desmond"
The Bubble is Bursting for One Card
"If only i had started in two thousand eighteen. I'd be able to retire. I would have invested so much money into luke. Oh boy what. Four now luca. The silver prism the standard one. Those like those. Want from like two k and like february. Two eight k nine k. Now it's insane. What the hell. Hey how about this. I never knew cards. Went for this much money chris booker. The rookie was nine hundred. That silver prison nine hundred dollars all right. They traded for chris. Paul within two days they were selling for thirteen and fourteen hundred dollars. Wow well. la repeat that. I got to hear that again one more time. They were nine hundred bucks. When i checked nine hundred. No devon booker. Okay sorry okay. I heard desmond being in my brain out devon booker day traded for chris paul and within a couple of days those i saw him for thirteen and fourteen hundred in auctions. I mean that's how fast it really is like stocks. Now it's crazy. Yeah i mean. Stocks stocks are usually that good stocks are good but not that good but you could see people ran out there and it became supply-and-demand people. Were like book rookies. Because these are the next ones that are gonna fly up. I mean that's my understanding. I have somebody of done. Some research and have some had some conversations in recent weeks. My understanding is that if you're in the buying and selling business with cards and is very reactionary when it comes if a guy's name to an all star game or a guy. The team trades for big name player or the team. Their team gets hurt. Or whatever it's very reactionary and it's sort of i mean sometimes it's it's unpredictable from our standpoint. That's why i would say this. If you feel like you really know basketball. This is only tip. Give out daybreak. If you are thinking about getting into this. And i'm i'm not the guy as somebody that really knows about all of this stuff to to give you tips on where to look how to start all this kind of stuff because i'm not that guy Because i do get a lot of questions about that. Because we've mentioned on the show i would say this if you're gonna go into basketball and you're gonna buy basketball and you want to bank on somebody now because you think the cards are gonna go go do it. Now before this damn season start you've got about whatever two weeks because once the season starts it's exactly what you say of the night that guy drops fifty people go on there and try to start by rookie cards. Those jamal murray things went through the frigging roof at one thing. I think it's also important to have a frugal mindset when it comes to your finances earth when it comes to investing when it comes to investing in stocks or bitcoin are or even cards. I think it's important that you have enough of like disposable income like not like not like you don't need a ton necessarily like you do things that you enjoy and things that make you happy maybe start buying video games or whatever else it might be but you know you gotta have a cushion to support you in case things get real like jobs get lost especially right now during a pandemic investing a lot of money into something can be incredibly risky. Especially if it's all and one you know basket all in one player all in one stock or whatever you need to have a cushion to support yourself especially if you're somebody who you know is on the younger side and may not be living with your parents or whatever. I just think that's important to mention and what stocks as well you know sometimes being conservative and having stuff that builds long-term and grow don't for for i'm trust me i am. I am very much in the middle. But i think it's lawrence to offer conservative Advice for a lot of people who may not have A conservative mindset. But i'm by fall. I find myself in the middle. Quite often doesn't mean. I don't take good risks. So do you think it was unwise for me to use my tire children's college fund. The john mara was you find that on. Wise should have put it into luca. There's a lot of when you when you look at. What for josh cheaper when you look at what Steph currys and the lebrons worth now. There's luka doncic have a giraffe named after him chamrann. Jau wrath do
Ridder, No. 7 Cincinnati roll over East Carolina, 55-17
"Seven Frank Cincinnati blew out east Carolina fifty five seventeen to improve to seven on overall and five in when the American athletic conference Desmond Ridder threw for three hundred twenty seven yards and three touchdowns and he also ran for a score Fillmore watching defense nor does the boulders looks another showed us exactly what the employer and you know all this the rest of the season and we will catch up on it all were needed to be Ritter has accounted for seventeen touchdowns the past four games including nine rushing scores Jerome Ford ran for a pair of TV's for the Bearcats whose team record nineteen game home winning streak at the fourth longest among FBS schools ECU's Holden Ehlers through for just eighty seven yards with three interceptions I'm Dave very
As virus spikes, Europe runs low on ICU beds, hospital staff
"Intensive care is the last line of defense for severely ill Corona virus patients and Europe is running out of beds and the doctors and nurses to staff them were more from correspondent Charles Still a Desmond reporting from London. In Italy, Lines of ambulances park outside hospitals awaiting beds. And in France, the government Corona virus tracking up probably displays the intensive care capacity taken up by covert 19 patients. 92.5% on rising In the wards in Barcelona. There's no end in sight for the doctors and nurses who endure this once already earlier in the year, health officials many advocating a return to strip the lockdowns warned that adding beds will do no good because there aren't enough doctors and nurses trained to staff.
Police Fatally Shoot Suspect After Pursuit Ends In Ventura NW Of Los Angeles
"Here in Ventura is dead at the scene. So we do have a bitter and Oxnard PT investigators on Harbor Boulevard just to the east of the C Word Avenue live of Skyline overhead on Desmond Shaw, Jeff Susie back to the studio. That pursuit ended in a police shooting. And I thought I heard him say that the suspect is dead.
Vienna shooting: Austria hunts suspects after 'Islamist terror' attack
"In world News. Austrian authorities say five people have died, including an assailant and 17. Others were wounded in a shooting in the heart of Vienna hours before a Corona virus locked down started. Correspondent Charles Daily Desmond has the latest Austria's Interior Ministry says two men and two women have died from their injuries in the attack on Monday evening, a suspected attacker who was carrying an assault rifle and a fake suicide. This was also shot and killed by police. Initial investigations indicate the suspect has sympathized with the Islamic state Group one news agency has reported. Police have searched his apartment on other premises as well. Authorities are still trying to determine where the further Attackers may be on the run.
49ers trade LB Kwon Alexander to Saints
"This year's NFL trade deadline later in the season than usual, with some teams getting a jump start on making moves yesterday, the San Francisco 40 Niner, sending linebacker Kwon Alexander to the New Orleans Saints for linebacker Kiko Alonso and conditional fifth round draft pick while the Tennessee Titans acquired cornerback Desmond King from the Chargers for 1/6 round
Most Florida felons kept from registering to vote by fines, fees or fears, activists say
"Desmond there over a million people with felony convictions who are now able to vote in Florida. You actually voted early. What was it like for you to vote? And was this your first time voting? Yes. So in August in August primary, I voted for the first time in over 30 years and this past weekend I actually voted for my very first President election and I can tell you, Tony, that the experience that I felt just really made me strengthen my resolve. So make sure that other Americans feel the same thing that I felt. You know, when I walked in that voting booth, you know, taking the spirits of my ancestors who were murdered and who were intimidated. And there was able to overcome all of these challenges to be able to allow people like me to be able to vote again and, you know, thinking about the blood that was said I understood when walking in there that I was engaging or getting ready to engage in a very sacred act and the act that says Maura about me have a human being than about my politics, right? It wasn't about me being the Democrat or Republican. It was about me being an American citizen whose voice must be heard. It was a beautiful experience. It brought me to tears and I know that every American should get an opportunity to experience this. What are some of your biggest concerns over the next day or two as you helped get felons to the polls and vote? Well, you know, this has been going on for over a year now is just About getting information, accurate information out to people with felony convictions. We know that there's 100 over 150,000 people that are on the voting roster. They have a previous felony conviction, and our state has not done anything to welcome the new voters, but rather they've been doing things to discourage. To breathe uncertainty of fair in them, and we're just trying to cut through all that. And let folks know if they're registered to vote that they should come out. Make sure that their voices are heard. We believe that the voices of returning citizens will have an impact in deciding who runs this country.
What is time?
"Allow Time My name is Desmond. I'm someone who take my question is what is time? What is time time time time? Okay. Now, I'm going to put it the mathematicians way because it's easy and I like it that way. Mathematically, speaking a dimension is a point that you need to do to specify the location of something. Let's say you just have your your normal grid right and let's say you WanNa plot something just on a to start a graph. Cartesian graph way of the line with the numbers and the other line at the numbers. Let's say you want to put something there. You need to measurements how far up it is and how far to the right it is. So that's the thing that is two dimensional because you need to have an x and a y the up and the right now in three dimensions. Let's say the microphone I'm holding right now let's just say that that's the center I'm holding a pen directly behind the microphone, right? So right now, the pen needs three coordinates want to say how much upper down the pen is in terms of the microphone, how much left or right it is from the microphone, which in this case, it's just at the center and how far you know the depth this is three dimensions. Now. Time is the fourth dimension and for some reason humans perceive it weird. We can only go one way that's another topic but the idea is that time is the fourth dimension. So now we need four dimensions. Let's go to downtown buildings of Toronto. Below these downtown buildings, there's the path, the massive underground network so you need to say how? Like, you know how left and right it is like a regular graph. If you see it from bird's eye view whether it's underground or overground in the path and what's important about time it's the fourth dimension. You also need to say what time you can't really be like on days like, Oh, I'll pick you up I'll pick you up at. Tomatoes Bistro and it's like what time? Okay. Bye because you would just of go that one place in three dimensions and you'd have no idea what time to be there. So that's why you need time as the fourth dimension to tell you when to be there. It is the fourth necessary point in our four dimensional world to tell someone where to be.
WTO says EU can put tariffs on $4 billion of US goods
"Upto $4 billion in U. S goods over Washington's illegal support for plane maker Boeing correspondent Charles Dillon. Desmond reports The ruling which could inflame Trump administration criticism off the W T o Amounts to one of the largest penalties ever hunted down by the body. The arbitrators were tasked with setting a dollar value in sanctions, such as tariffs the YOU could impose. A year after the W T O had found that Boeing had received at least $5 billion in subsidies. The were prohibited under international trade rules. The decision dates back the 26. He's part of a string of long running disputes between Boeing on rival Airbus at the Geneva trade body. I'm Charles the lid asthma. The move is certain to worsen relations between the European Union and the United States during a time of Corona virus worries. More on these stories at townhall dot com.
Protests against new labor law turn violent across Indonesia
"In many Indonesian cities have turned violent as thousands of enrage students and workers criticizing the law, they say will cripple labor rights and harm the environment Correspondent Charles Dillon, Desmond reports. Least far teargas at demonstrators turning roads into a smoke filled battleground. While the protests his fight back burning rocks on bottles need the city's presidential palace. Police work to disperse. The groups, which included workers as well as students organizes have called for a three day national strike starting Tuesday, demanding the government revoke the job Creation law, which is expected to substantially changed Indonesia's labor system on natural
Former Atlanta Police Officer Who Choked Former NFL Player Pleads Guilty
"County police officer pleads guilty to simple battery Almost three years after choking a a former former NFL NFL player player during during a a traffic traffic stop, stop, David David Rose Rose is is seen seen on on video video roughing roughing up up a a handcuff handcuff Desmond Desmond marrow marrow outside outside a a target. target. I'm I'm not not even even doing doing Rose Rose was was fired fired from from the the Sarah Sarah use use of of Force Force Channel Channel two two action action news news reports. reports. He He mustered mustered 12 12 months months probation, probation, attend attend anger anger management management and and could could never never work work as as a a police police officer officer again. again. Former
Free the Vote
"Hey, what's up welcome to the? podcast of politics, race and culture from a POC perspective Miami. and. We have a special guest joining us today from Orlando Florida. His name is Desmond me. He's a big deal. He's the Executive Director of the Florida Rights Restoration Coalition, he's the author of the new book. Let my people vote Desmond Welcome back to in the thick where those star as love it that he brought him. Desmond Welcome welcome. Well, what a journey it's been. I mean for your life but since we last had you on, it was early in two thousand eighteen and at that time you were still fighting to restore voting rights to Floridians who had passed felony convictions or is your organization calls them what I like to say these are returning citizens. This is a mission for you because you talk about inclusive democracy says, is someone who went from serving time for a felony conviction to being homeless to graduating law school and your stories. Incredible. What has been your experience with this? What is your story and what inspires you to organize for restoring Buddha Rights There's two main reasons you know in two thousand and five you know I did hit rock bottom. So I was standing in front of railroad tracks waiting on the train and come so I can jump in front of it That's how far down the road I'd on. And But for some reason, they're trained income that Dan I did cross those tracks and I checked myself into drug treatment and moved in a homeless shelter, and after that I wrote in school and to eventually get a law degree but I could not practiced law because I'm not allowed to apply to the floor the bar until my civil rights have been restored this last election cycle, my wife ran for office and I couldn't even vote for. So. Then later in the year two, thousand, eighteen in November a constitutional amendment. Amendment for passed through a ballot initiative in the state of Florida, you spent so many years fighting for this. Let's listen back to the moment that he passed your organization, the Florida Rights Restoration coalition shared this on social media. So. This amendment basically means that roughly check this out one point four, million, one, point, four, million returning citizens in Florida could have their voting rights restored after they completed all of the terms of their sentence now. We know that. Black Americans are four times more likely to lose their right to vote according to the sentencing project and we're in this really historic. Some would call it traumatic moment of twenty twenty where we have the corona virus disproportionately impacting people have cutler. We have a national uprising in defense of black lives pushing frankly for a complete overhaul of the criminal justice system because. People see it for what it is. So, just let us know how you're doing how you're processing all of this because. We fight for these rights to vote like for example, I became a citizen you fight for the right for returning citizens to vote. And then you're watching your democracy. Really. Be Challenged, how're you doing for Reals Desmond Maria I am doing much better than what would expect. Because when I'm seeing everything that's going on, it's getting excited right and really help me to fully appreciate what we were able to accomplish in passing amendment for. And Passing Amendment for actually sets the stage for where we at and how amendment for is going to help this country turn over a new leaf and emerged from this chaos and these conflicts and tensions almost like Oh. PHOENIX, emerging from the ashes, a sense of renewed hope and correction and understanding, and imagining not the old democracy but a new democracy, and I'm telling you everything lines up because when you think about that amendment for. Created a pathway for one point four million people who had some type of personal intimate connection or action with our law enforcement system. Right. When you think about Francis the killing of Ahmad Aubrey where a prosecutor to go the seventy days before they decided the charge of people at murder. This man in broad daylight right prosecutors are elected and who knows better about prosecuted in someone who's been prosecuting then you talk about George Floyd. Having that. Put His Leon neck for eight minutes and forty six seconds and killed this person in broad daylight with his hands in his pocket like he had no care in the world right who know better about having a need on their negative in someone who has been arrested by a police officer who knows better of the aggressive takedown tactics of law enforcement ease sheriffs are elected in these chief of police are appointed by mayors who are elected in new. When you think about the judges that stand in judgement I, mean who knows better than the people I record package
NFL Injury Report: Week 2
"Receiver Chris Godwin isn't concussion protocol. George Kittle has been rolled out. George Kendall. Hi. Did you see his need bent in a really strange when he came back and finished that game in that loss against the Cardinals? He was just ruled out, so I don't think it's on your hot list. Okay. What else do we see Anything else of note? I saw it last night, The Bangles tied and CJ Zuma. Zuma has a torch Achilles. He's out for the season cold. Starting, Jack Doyle is out against the Vikings. Jamison Crowder for the Jets is out against the 40 Niners. As you mentioned Adam, the Lions have ruled out Kenny Golladay. Cornerback Desmond Trufant and guard Joe Doll. Free money Packers No tackle Kenny Clark is out for lions. I got to tell you, I think that the injury reports are lighter than I thought they'd be after one week, especially with no training camp, but
"desmond" Discussed on Game Theory Podcast
"All right. Now on the show here we got Desmond a not TCU Desmond is a potential first-round pick in the upcoming 2020. NBA draft someone that is I think if you'll kind of understand as we talk throughout this conversation just one of the one of the more fun players I've gotten a chance to talk to over the course of the last few years one of the off just a just a good human being that it's fun to talk about this stuff. So Desmond, how you doing, man? Doing great, man. Thank you for having me. I really appreciate it. So. I'm going to start this interview the way I do with every other NBA draft prospect that I have on the show. If you're to describe your game in your own words to NBA fans that are listening out there right now with how would you describe your game? I would say Rock Solid I would say that you know, that's a word that you can use. I'm I'm a smart player on both ends of the floor. I know what I'm I'm good at home. I know some of the things that I'm not so good at and you know, when you put me out on the floor with with multiple good players, you know, I feel like I kind of fit like a glove on both eggs. Barcelo I would say Rock Solid is the word to describe me. Yeah, for sure. I think that's a really great way to do it as well. Yeah averaged Seventeen point six rebounds Forest this year, but I would imagine that most people know you as kind of a three-point Gunner given the fact that you've hit 43% of nearly six hundred three point attempts over the course of your collegiate career..
Birds are dropping dead in New Mexico, potentially in the 'hundreds of thousands'
"And birds are are dropping dropping at at an an alarming alarming rate rate in in New New Mexico, Mexico, a a professor professor at at New New Mexico Mexico State State University University says says potentially potentially hundreds hundreds of of thousands thousands of of birds birds are are dying. dying. It's It's unknown unknown why why the the birds birds are are dying dying at at such a high rate. But Professor Martha Desmond says a recent cold front or drought at the state may be to blame. Desmond said the wildfires in the West may also force birds to migrate before They are ready
Alaska man charged in federal court for arson at Seattle Police East Precinct during protest
"Arson in federal court in Seattle for attempting to burn down a police precinct on Capitol Hill this week. U. S Attorney's office as if convicted Desmond David pits faces a minimum of five years in prison, up to a maximum of 20 years. Pits was arrested after video surveillance showed protesters setting fire to SPD East Precinct. And using quick cement on the door to trap officers inside, they were able to escape. No other arrests have been made. The next federal hearing for Pitts is scheduled for September. 1st the state Health Department is updated its covert 19 number
Lamar Jackson seems to welcome Ravens potentially signing Dez Bryant
"Dez Bryant Free Agent Wide Receiver reportedly in the Baltimore area for a workout with the Ravens Lamar Jackson was asked of a possible playing with three time Pro Bowler we've got a lot of great receivers in the team right now it's up the phenomenon but seeing desperate on instagram stuff like that running his routes competing against quarterback he's looking pretty good on social media if the. Front Office Lights, and we'll have to see when he gets you Brian has made it clear intrigued by the possibility of playing with Lamar Jackson quite the fall from grace from Desmond. What star he was he's thirty one years of age. Where do you think I'm GonNa come back with the Ravens for Dez Bryant I you know I think the issue with Dez has always been. When he goes outside the system, I mean, remember this is a guy that you know the cowboys wanted to take a pay cut to let's go back. Remember I think he was making sixteen million. I could have the numbers com wrong but it's in that area and he was clearly not playing to that level. He didn't have any bursts at the top of the route. He didn't separate his hands where we're really inconsistent, which is an indication of players, loosener legs he. Didn't he's not a guy who's to line up at multiple positions and still function really well because he needs to have a kind of like he needs to be a one place he needs to have his routes. He's not as a thinker of the of the game as he plays. You know he's a slower processing player. So for me learning a new offense with this guy, you know he's worth putting on the team from an executive standpoint if I signed Dez Bryant. And he's not my starting extra my starting see what am I getting out of them so okay, let's go through it. So if I sign them to say a minimum deal, two, million dollars. So I'm on the hook for a million bucks. Okay. If he makes the team on the Saturday of the before the opening game I guarantee salary for a year I got no flexibility there. Right. He can't help me at all in the kicking game. So unless he starting playing in the three receivers set, you know then he's not going to be active. So now I'm paying millions of dollars for a guy that I'm not gonNa have active now if he can. And he's GonNa make a big difference to my team. You know we drafted two receivers one in the third one in the six you know. So those two guys gotta take a back seat. They're cheaper labor force like none of this adds up like if you told me, you want sign Antonio Brown and you WanNa take on the game suspension young. Okay. Because I promise you Antonio Brown walks onto the field. There is nobody on Baltimore steam as good as they think they are at receiver and they have good receivers. There's nobody on that football team as good as Antonio Brown but he's the best player he's the best receiver on the team, but if Dez Bryant walks in. You know is he better than Hollywood? Brown no is see better. The Miles Birkett are Chris more or Willie snead. You know they drafted the dump Rene Texas they drafted the poor kid in the sixth round. So they got two young kids that they drafted like, where does he fit and then I I'm exposed at a million like these are all things like this is called second. Order thinking like it's one thing the media makes this big deal with says, bright. Well, you know does Bryant. Five years ago was a good player does Brian today may not be a good player just because he's a named certainly has from the past that's a different story as to how could translate this season
Rockies OF Desmond decides to sit out this season
"Ian Desmond is one of several players planning to sit out Major League Baseball's Corona virus shortened 60 game season. He intends to be home with his family and will help grow youth baseball in his native Sarasota, Florida, Desmond posted a long message on Instagram, explaining he's 34 feels the pandemic makes this season a risk. He's just Comfortable taking as significant. The bi racial Desmond mentioned other issues within baseball that concerned him. Racism, sexism, homophobia, cheating and a staggering lack of diversity. Plus Desmond's wife, Chelsea is pregnant. And the couple is four young Children at home, including older boys with important questions about the corona virus, civil rights and life. The two time All Star feels he should be home to help to guide and to answer those questions. Desmond was do nearly $6 million. Is for the pro rated chair of of his his $15 $15 million million salary. salary. Adam Adam
Iran issues arrest warrant for Trump
"Tehran once President Donald Trump arrested and is asking for international help Charles Dillon Desmond has more A local prosecutor says Iran has issued an arrest warrant on his ass in Interpol for help in detaining Donald Trump on dozens of others it believes carried out the drone hit that killed an Iranian general in Baghdad. The official says Trump on the other's face murder and terrorism charges over the January 3 strike, while Trump faces no danger of arrest. The charges underscore the heightened tensions between Iran and the U. S. Since the president withdrew America from Tehran's nuclear deal with world
"desmond" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO
"The fives Desmond Shaw we're still talking about the extreme delays because of the earlier five close to the five has reopened Castaic up through the grapevine with closure still out really really slow the probably going to take at least a couple extra hours to get over the grave I but better than going from the central coast around the one I want to swing back around on one of the connecting roads like one sixty six of the forty six thanks for the call I feel your pain this northbound one a one caller said it's about five miles an hour leaving winter up into Santa Barbara so that's doing the math that's like a three or four hour trip potentially right there so you may as well turn around if you're inventor and use the one twenty six to the five and deal with the escorts because overall the store could be a lot less time to going all the way like I said the central coast of the doubling back now the fourteen has really really been a treacherous area as well we've had a cigarette since the noon hour was a dramatic crash that overturned Semites each piece actually blocking all lanes for at least the next ten or so minutes to try to operate this you had wanted to get by but not at the moment people are going the wrong way down in that down on ramps to try to get away from this they're going on a road to getting stuck it it's really really mind numbing here on the fourteen Jan from crown valley not really moving so that I can answer highway your only options at the moment but they are completely jammed I as well once you manage to get past blossom hi whether you're fine for the rest upon they'll and Lancaster what's up that the secular in downtown LA Scott has the southern California Toyota dealers ten jam camp well actually looks like they're in the process of clearing this once any static Hoover we had a disabled the ambulance in the right lane so that's really been a big back about of Santa Monica but there was also a stalled concrete mixer ten east out of Arlington in the right lane so it's gonna keep things top right of the cinematic as you work the way over toward the east interchange looks like a typical Friday for the south at five out of east LA jam from the east interchange to the six oh five northbound from Carmen needed to the six oh five one of the other wrist writes the comb pass I know there's some slick conditions there a lot of people trying to get up to the high desert into Vegas and Laughlin for new year's northbound cross from two ten to one thirty eight southbound is jammed as well coming out of Victorville next reports at three forty five am Desmond child more traffic reports more often can extend seventy newsradio breezy today temperatures on the cooler side storm moved out though we are below normal sunshine again as we go into tomorrow back towards normal but before we get there so we cold tonight lot of frost advisories are.
"desmond" Discussed on Good Code
"System for example for people who would be using those one other area where it exists which is talked about the criminal. Justice system is schools at was actually a really shocked. I I have no clue that there were companies are private companies that do social media surveillance to prevent school shootings. How do you see that? And do you see this in danger in that area. I think again if for not considering context in this space than there's always room for era I don't have a problem with the social. Oh social media to keep people safe if you ask kids you ask the parents in ask the school building Do we want to be safe. They answer is yes I. I don't believe that we should not provide people with the best tools. Possible to stay safe. Became again wrong absolutely. We already get it wrong. Analogue version. We make the wrong decisions about who to follow in schools a WHO to support in schools in the integration of these systems. We really need to think about who was at the table so it would look like if a school wanted to use social sentinel for example before making that decision they had a social worker parent. A student re principal a teacher feature all informing how that tools us how the feedback is us. And what would it mean for there to be some kind of corrective measures. So what if you got it wrong long. Would if you read my post and you thought I was being aggressive but I was actually grieving. Could I write into that system or make a point. Mississippi say actually truly is having a rough day in someone. My family got hurt. So you got that wrong coming back to my my job as jellies now every time there's an attack there's a crime there's cool shooting the first thing we journalists do I receive. There's a criminal record for the person the suspect and then we go in their social media. Is that wrong in itself that a wrong way to go or can shed light but you just need to pay attention to other factors will want you to do is to ask good questions of the social media data. I think it can be informative but I think that you should ask yourself. What frame am I using to look? Look at this data. Am I looking at a white person in the same way. I'm looking at a black person. I would want you to ask those questions and so I think that we should. I think that there should be national standards. And we're going to use social media to make a decision about people that we should all ask ourselves a set of questions around our framing coming around the context around the decisions that we would make based on what we see as part of safe lab You you just talked about one immersion in product that you did that could serve as a training one other thing that I saw on your website that I found really interesting that I wanted to ask you about is created. VR Experience to educate hit youth. But I guess also educators officials at the Otani who your target audiences On how social media can be used against young people of collection. You tell us a little bit about that exists. A year ago met drew Daniels in he had been out of prison ver- shortly his facebook pictures images this with friends were used to drop conspiracy charges against him and his friends so he got out of prison and he has spent the year at Columbia in in that time we have been working to create a virtual experience about his life and so essentially you become a black man. You become giral Daniels in you. Get to to explore and feel and built empathy around what happens when you're trying to change your life but social media comes back to haunt you and what happens when people make make the wrong decisions or interpret your facebook posts in the wrong way and so you get to feel inexperienced Like in its four adults and youth. It's for educating people. Around considering the new life of the dangers of life in who's looking at their earn data in its for adults to relieve thinking about how they're looking at people on social media and asking those critical questions are our goal is to Dr Empathy but not just empathy so that you feel better about yourself but actually transformative empathy. It's interesting because we we mostly talked about how adults in officials can misconstrue what young people post. But there's also the issue of young people post a lot too much and the stuff that they might regret real in. How can they we educate them against that? That's a fascinating so overall are you up to mystic that we can build field tools to look at social media and use it to shed light to help youth to prevent violence gang violence shootings. Are you optimistic. That we we can use those tools in a positive way without amplifying bias. I think that if we build transdisciplinary teams with people bul with diverse ideas diverse perspectives. I think that we can build robust tools that can help preventing violence. It's worth understanding. Youth engagement with understanding root causes of violence. I do feel quite hopeful. That but it's possible but I think that what I'm learning from my work is that we have to push for better questions. We have to push for better answers. We have to push for diverse voices forced to be a part of this process and if there was one thing I always end my interviews by asking that to my guess if there was one thing you could change to make sure we're going on the right path. What what would that be fam- social media but I feel like social media's getting a really bad rap because adults technologists are using it or creating it and Very limiting ways. I think that if we can identify shrinks from users around how they used social media with care about out some important to them that we can actually create a world create a digital world create a physical world where people getting supports that they need to do the things they wanna do. Great Great Well Desmond Patent. Thank you so much for your time knows a great conversation that was good code a collaboration with Cornell tax digital life initiative this podcast is produced hosted and edited by Yours Truly Corus. Shrapnel is our mix engineer Zoe SARANAC is on music composer. Closer thanks for listening. We're already a few episodes in for season two. So you know the drill if you enjoyed this episode share it like. It's an and comment on it on facebook twitter and instagram. Leave us a review on itunes. And tell your friends about it and about the show but most importantly importantly come back next week..
"desmond" Discussed on Whimsically Volatile
"desmond" Discussed on Whimsically Volatile
"You. Yes thank you Because I bet a lot of people don't say thank you to him. I think that's true. The kind of work that he did for artists like Aerosmith whitesnake etcetera. Sometimes some performance egos would prefer to not imagine that other people had that kind of influence on that stuff. I bet you must have dealt with that a little bit right as some of the acts that you've worked with tried to downplay your contribution of things. I think the critics did that to them. Because since the Dylan days and the Beatles and people started writing their own music it it was a no no to use outside writers or even doing outside Song. Yeah and so. There was a stigma. And so of course you. No when different bands would do their interviews and all that they wouldn't mention me until the interviewer brought it up and then they kinda Oh yeah He's a song dot Com. He fixed a couple signs or he only wrote a couple of words. And I'll tell you a funny story Steven Tyler put out an autobiography. And Joe. Perry put out one co written with David Ritz. The same person whose co-written my autobiography that'll we'll be out next year. Steven goes on for pages on end about how I came in. And I looked like Juan Valdez. You know in that. I had a mustache which I've never had like a mustache. You know on its own right like not even in the seventy s primetime to have one exactly and he made me sound like I was like Juan Valdez and a donkey and he said Oh yeah he he he came in here he he wrote a couple words here and there but you know the song had already been written. You know. He'd mentioned nothing about crews and for the League the lead me like arm twisting them into the story line and nothing about you know the alliteration that I brought to the song in the in the lyrics. You know her picture. Grace the grime on the door as pure Bob Crewe Who was one of my mentors and Bob? Crewe course wrote somebody fabulous hits for the four seasons and wrote lady Marmalade Kujovic Wa wa. And he was a big stickler for exact right and Rhyming and alliteration okay. And and a contrast of opposites. That's who I learned everything from. I spent two years writing songs with them. I wrote thirty eight songs with him. And this is after you've had the desmond the Child Rouge Al already. He was my producer but he really was my professor sure and it was very strict. Songwriting like Brill building style. It's interesting to to a lot of times. People get a deal that they don't have anything to learn but you thought maybe I could pick up a few things here. Oh I was desperate. I was so lost Austin I was looking for a father figure to so it worked out and he was gay and he only worked with me. Because I'm a Scorpio as well really. Yeah and that's the only reason he worked with Bob. Gaudio what so for those who don't know also a major player in the fourth season. Yes was one of the singers. and He corrode although songs with Bob. And he was Scorpio as well. So he taught me everything. So Stephen Rights pages on the making of Dude looks like the lady I mean diminishing me like entirely then Joe comes out with his book and says I had come up with the title that you know and it's like like that wasn't true either. I didn't come up with a title. Stephen did and it was like it was so crazy so now. I'm writing my autobiography. where I'm I'm going to set the record straight and it's like okay who you're gonNA believe to Rehab rejects or me? They might have had got a little bit of foggy. Memories right or the guy very exact about things. A couple years ago Steven was making his country record and he picked a song that was written by my artist. Levi Haman called red white new So we were working and then I I was telling the story of Dude looks like a lady you know. He listened to my story and he goes. Oh right I think I like your story better than mine. I said she's as Christ. No you know it's interesting earlier. You said that Stevens a people pleaser and I'm curious if you have done a lot of therapy because it sounds like you've quested did for spiritual sustenance and connection with people through life in the documentary to the story of Roman and Nero which tells the story of how you and your husband decided to have a child through surrogacy ended up having twins. You talk in there a little bit about going to India and that in Curtis mentions the two of you have always sort of been interested in either becoming more spiritual or finding more spiritual things in life that's right. I've always been a seeker. I mean since I was fourteen protein years old. I was studying the Rosa Cruz. Shen new age. This and Jer Yogi that and vegetarian. This and you know like this is like the sixties. Yeah you know when I was fourteen. So this is nineteen sixty four No no wait. Sixty six okay. Sixty seven you know. I was wearing beads and sandals and stuff right so we only have a few more minutes. I want to hit a a couple of other artists that you've worked with Joan Jett of course with a hate myself for loving you I got a call from Kenny. Laguna who is Joan. Jett's it's a manager and partner and Not Romantic partner but like their business. And there's a new documentary on Joan Jett which really shows that relationship. I mean butte. They're fantastic and She hadn't really had a pop hit since I love rock and roll and so I've been having all these hits with rockers. Thor's so he said. Why don't you try writing a song with Joanie and she is such beautiful woman but like so masculinity letty boyish so I think I fell in love with the boy in her and I was just mesmerized she was like the female Elvis Presley our lips and smile and her you it Kinda bedroom is just everything about her stunning? I had again this title in my mind the title they had contracting opposites. I hate myself. I saw loving you and she didn't WanNa sing a song with the word love in it again. She's I don't sing love anymore and I said no but listen. Just give this a chance. So Kenny worked so hard to get that song promoted. He went to Morris Levy and you know kiss his ring and Moore's more so than for those that don't know look him up because it's quite a fascinating story So he was you know controlled a lot of radio and You he you know He. He loved Kenny because You Know Kenny had been an old timer. And he was in Japan the Americans and You know you need right Yummy Yummy Yummy they got love in my tummy. And so to this day. It's like one of the most known songs in for a long time. It was the theme for I. That was Monday night. Football then in came Sunday night football. I think pink sang it until saying it. Carrie underwood I think saying it. And everybody's saying you know that Melody Ready to lyrics that were written for the football right right but it doesn't matter. Everybody knows that song and I'm so proud to have you know co-written it with her. In fact when I went to make the record I produced it. I played it the rough of it for Jon. Bon Jovi and he just looked at me and said fuck. You walked away. I think that many liked. Yeah that sounds like it. Sounds like a thumbs up. Fuck you before we close things or anything. You'd like to add or anything that we didn't talk about so you'd like to bring up. I'd love people to follow me on instagram. Because hooked on it yeah. I'm so on that instagram. I don't even know how to open my facebook twitter. You don't need to open facebook anymore. But I'm on facebook and twitter by the instagram ring. Yeah I am hooked beak late at night I just keep going and going and going and looking at obvious obvious things I mean and then you follow one person you follow another one. You can endless endless youtube wormholes exactly so. I'm constantly constantly putting stuff in so I'm a desmond dot child. I'm looking for true followers. That will never leave me right. you in the abandonment thing before said look the true we have this thing exactly and a look for my television special. It's on a program called the Cate Kate The K. K. A. T. on PBS. Coming to a public television station near you September thirteenth eighteenth. It's a Friday Friday September thirteenth. My live album comes out. Oh congratulations and this is from the fifty for for four below shows. Yeah Oh man. It's the fortieth anniversary of our two dozen children rouge albums and we're re re we releasing them remastered fabulous on BMG records. And we're going to be dropping new music as does Mitch Iowa and I'm going to be dropping dropping new music as Desmond Child. I'm very excited as Desmond Child Fan. I'm really looking forward to this You know how like you know like Zad has featuring ring and stuff. Well I actually am singing on my first single. I'm not gonNa tell the title yet but Alice Cooper's going to sing on it. That's fantastic. I can't wait and we all know. Titles titles are big thing to you but other times you don't start writing the song right. That's right but you know I'm going to be sixty six in October. And I think something something clicked in me. It's like I'd been studio rat for so long and I just said you know I love singing. Yeah and I don't care if I make a dime I just loved to get it up and saying so I'm going to be going around and singing with my show and I've gotten amazing reviews and hopefully take it all around the world and then I'll have my louder biography out and I have a Broadway show. I'm working on Koo Koo by Lebron. Ed is a true story of my family before. And after the Cuban Revolution and and I'm working on a movie about The Lou Pearlman Story. ooh Wow that's it and so I'm getting close to signing a deal with a holly big Hollywood Production House yeah To make it and I've been working on it for a long time with my partner on that Andreas Carlsson and we conceive this in nineteen ninety eight so it's been like over twenty years that working on this idea and the story just got better and better and better and better and Lou Pearlman went to jail and then he dies in jail right and so we're working on the scripted version of that story. 'cause there's a fantastic documentary on on youtube out. That outlet has yeah so I just love the fact that you know at this point in my life. I'm taking a little bit seriously really so I'm actually making deals in making things happen in all directions and I'm not saying no to anything. I'm looking forward to all of that and doesn't thank you so much for joining Ed.
"desmond" Discussed on Whimsically Volatile
"With Bob Ezra and they decided instead of being like Bon. Jovi aerosmith using Desmond Child you know. Oh Co writing songs. They said we don't need Desmond Child. In fact we're putting guards on the door to keep Desmond child out of the studio gene. Kept saying that I mean in hundreds of interviews and I finally called Paula. I said why are you picking on your ally. Yeah instead of like somebody who hates right and he said all that's just gene. You know gene. I said no I really hurts my feelings and I feel it's like very ungrateful for so you know what I've contributed to the success of guests. Yeah and in you know. He's a nod. Don't pay any attention all this so I went out and when I came back on the answering machine there was this. Hi Jean Sorry Click. Hi It's Jean. Sorry speech but then and I was at the Beverly Hills. Hotel downstairs in the Little Cafe de I used to love going to We can't you can't go there. ooh But I was there having breakfast. There was no one there and I was kind of looking at at. I think I was reading the New York Times And suddenly yeah. I've got a funny feeling. Like something was kind of creepy was touching you know my my ass and You know it was like what is this and I looked and I. I didn't see anything. He had crawled into the restaurant gene under my stool a- and had reached over and started squeezing my ass. Then he sat next to me and we talked and we made friends and he was very helpful. had suggested An attorney His name is Bob Lang. who had been working with him? On on his series series called the family jewels right then introduced me to Leslie. Gripe and who was the producer of that and we're working together on stuff and like so many good things came out of jeans introduction. I went to see him with my son's last month. They came through with their farewell tour and it was the most spectacular kissed tour ever backstage. My sons are standing there and they had their friends with them and Paul came to say hello to us in this before the show and all in full makeup or anything. You know eight feet tall and He you know he gave me this big hug. Doug and he looked at me and he said you know. I'm here because of you. It's beautiful this tour though. The farewell tour takes the cake. I don't think I've ever ever seen a more entertaining show ever and Paul. He looks incredible and his his body has arms is like it's like He. Just just you know like Benjamin Buttons looks better than ever and singing better than ever and his book is really a terrifically inspiring story. We talked about aerosmith briefly. You're responsible for a major rock band in the mid eighties. Having Song basically about sexual fluidity because dude looks like a lady is About what well well. It happened like this. I was forced on Aerosmith by their and our guide. Legendary John Kloner. Yeah and they did not want to write with me and they didn't want to write with any outside writers because they never hadn't. They didn't think that they needed it. And they there was also this kind of purity that they were kind of holding onto but they agreed and so they flew me to Boston. Limos waiting for me and takes takes me to this warehouse where they had set up a huge dates that up hundreds of guitars. Rows upon rows like an army of guitar like a regimen regimen cars every color every sparkle zebra leopard black white silver gold. You know every every kind of Guitar Stephen Comes and greets me and he said hey. Come over here I come and listen to this I went. I WanNa see what you think of this. They were playing this backwards guitar loop that went to the data and then he says what do you think this cruise and for the laid is data data data crews pull the is and then he likes to back and looked at me like a big smile on his face and I said I think that's really bad and I think that's my first words to aerosmith perfect. That's a really bad. I mean even than hailing wouldn't have that on the worst record. I mean it's so tired you know like driving down sunset strip crews and for the ladies you can just see the whole picture van Halen video with the Pink Cadillac convertible and Babes everywhere. You Know Joe's just like looking at me arms crossed and then Stephen Who's a people pleaser he says. Well you know Kinda sheepishly. He said when when I first started singing that riff I was seeing dude. Looks like a lady and I said what do looks like a lady and I said that's incredible that's fantastic antastic and Joseph. But we don't know what that means. I said okay I know what that means you know and so I kind of hoodwink them into the story line and so the reason he started singing dude looks like a lady was because the ban and the road is had all gone to this bar on the shore. Yeah kind of like a suicide bar like last drink before you kill yourself and at the end of the bar was as they saw this gorgeous the platinum mullet you know with mid-riff and you know black nails and all this jewelry and you know looking very like like curvy servie and gorgeous and they were like kind of drawing straws on who is going to go up and say hello. You're the only woman in the whole bar and she turns earns around On the stool and looks at them. And it's Vince Neal from Motley crue and then they were like Ooh that dude looks like a lady the second lady and that's where it was born. Yeah so I I took that story line and I said well how about this story story. You know a dude walks into a bar. You know cruised into a bar on the shore. Her picture grace the grime on the door. They got into it and that that song broke them. You know again. The Comeback Song and John Klausner was in the video with the long beard looking very kind of duck dynasty honesty but it was like Jewish duck dynasty schmuck dynasty played a large role in your eighty career exactly because he loved the songs I did with Bon Jovi so he hired me To produce share right who hadn't had a record in eight years and everyone was thinking you know. Oh She's just a Vegas Act. She's she's washed up. She'd like Joey Heatherton or something. Something right yeah. David Geffen adored her and briefly. Yeah I mean you know like me like we fall so in love with women even though were some women are just never judge a book by its right to get back to that really quickly. One of the great things about the lyric is that the guy discovers a man and okay. Well you know I still sweat it. He says my funky laid. I like it like like it like that. Yeah exactly and so. That's one of the great things because he doesn't run away he goes well. You know what I like what it looks like on the outside so I'm mm into it. Yeah and that was a huge barrier to cross sure and They put it in Mrs Doubtfire and In the scene Mrs doubtfire out fires in the park and dancing with a broom and you know every like four or five year old kid in in the world knows that song and sings is it. Yeah knows the words exactly and the message gets every judge a book by its cover exactly and it has a beautiful message does back to John Codner. Yes so wanna the junk Londoners. Great gifts is looking at an artist. Who maybe isn't working with should be working with right now and then putting them with the person that's going to let them be the best version national selves? I think John Boehner is is a visionary. Yeah and he also has tremendous integrity. I know him so much and A few years ago I saw him at Lapenne quotidian melrose and he. He was sitting outside and he was wearing one of his brightly colored Hawaiian shirts and he was sitting there. And I said Oh my God. There's John Kloden and I just walked up to the table. I leaned over and I looked at him. He looked at me. I said thank you and I just walked away no Chitchat just thank.
"desmond" Discussed on Whimsically Volatile
"Really looking forward to that collaboration with Burton. Yeah and it was three of them because Dionne Warwick was their star exactly what she brought to the songs it was magic. And so how David you know who I luke worshiped He kind of gave the blessing and he said. Well you should get together with Rudy Perez. Because Rudy had been asking them for sixteen years. How about a Latin songwriters hall of fame And so I said okay. I'm going to do it so I got with Rudy and Linda. Miranda the president Said Yeah go oh for it. Within six months we had our first gala. Oh Wow and it was a disaster so four and a half long long like Oh my God it would took like for forever. The party didn't even start to midnight after the show. Now we're going into our seven a year and it's called Mussa wards named after you know my mom La- Mussa IMP Isadora. And I have one question for you. Are You Gay. I just like to know that headed time. I want to go back to when you were a new artist. I WanNa find out what things were like in New York for you you Before we got signed a capital I think I read something about you having these brunches. Maria Vidal and I were living in a tiny little flat little railroad road flat and just we slept in the living room in a foldout couch that we'd found in trashy and recovered it in like fabric that we that we bought. I mean it looked bad. It was all very clean and neat. That couch was terrible and wake up every day with a back ache but marina used to have brunches on Sunday. We'd have all of our friends. You know like Mark Shame in and I know his work from my hairspray and many many other shows Zora Rasmussen. I mean Tracey Berg I mean like some of them were comedians Etienne's and they try out their material and we'd have like twenty five people off stuff into this room and everyone would get up and sing a song mark would play A. and we'd make quiche and salad and have a jug of white wine now. Almost all the ingredients were shoplifted if did from the apple foods or there was on the corner and we had like a whole way of doing it. We'd load up you know we'd have like this like this kind of Travel bag and we put it in the cart. And then we'd go up and down the aisles and fill fill it with like a bunch of stuff paper towels and all that and then we'd be dropping the cheese he's in the ham and like really expensive. Yeah and then we zip it and then go back and put this stuff away and then we'd buy one yogurt with the travel bag like slung over your shoulder. Yeah Yeah Yeah just popping into this. Yeah and so. Then you know people would show up and it'd be like this fantastic very chic launch uh-huh right with that we were you know I think no coward said there are only two kinds of people on earth you're either host or your guest uh-huh and guests are notoriously parasitic and they live off the host and the host or ego maniac have to control everything. So I guess guess I fall into that category because I much prefer throwing a party then going to okay. Sure because then everything's exactly my way where you like. Yeah well like it and everybody has a great time. I love creating environment so sure you feel like you're in something that was from. You Know Paris in in the twenty s or something like that a home oud a whole mood now. Have you always been like that in the control aspect of things is it more on the fun side of things or do you find these struggled control. Sometimes other people struggle with my control. I don't struggle with it. That's good it's good. Do you have your good spot with your control this year. I had the honour and the dream job of a lifetime to work with Barbara streisand. Wow and She's the most extraordinary ordinary person and we'll also has been known to be kind of fun to control. Well it's worth it because her homes on this incredible a piece of property and a cliff in in Malibu so extraordinary are or just everything about it how it was built every detail. It's fantastic and you can just feel her everywhere You know her High tastes than intellect Is Extraordinary extraordinary. And of course you know she created genre of music that only one person is in. That's right yeah yeah. Only one person can use that font exactly. She decided to make a record about how she was feeling about. What was going going on in the world She's very you know politically minded rally minded. She really is patriotic. Talk about an American Patriot. She he cares deeply about America and about our freedom she made this record instead of going out and giving speeches. She decided to do it in music. She made an album called walls. alls irony right. Yeah Right I had been in love with her says I. I saw her in a movie called. Funny Girl There was a scene where she's standing on a tugboat and she's singing. Don't rain on my parade and That's when she turns everything around She passes in front of the Statue of Liberty. And there's this image of her as she's holding these flowers up in the air like it's the torch and and then the statue of Liberty is behind her That double image of those too strong ROIC women burned in my mind so fifty years later I AAC I had this vision of her and I decided to write a song called Lady Liberty and it's on the record and and it's a masterpiece really I mean I solely wrote it and I co produced it with her and she was great and she's so prepared and she comes in. She sings two. We were three takes. And it's done well. I did put it half step higher than she is usually really yeah and she was like cursing me your taskmaster. I don't think you can do it. I know you can do it. You know because in this hierarchy she was challenged and all of a sudden she starts singing these soaring high notes. It was like that's it. That's the sound like she sang in people. Sure are like Papa can you hear me. That's what I wanted to hear and she did it. It was like goosebumps. She says you're taskmaster your slave the driver so when I went to say goodbye to her she gave me this big hug and she looked up at me and she said you're a pain in the ass and I commend you so I'm going to have that carved on my tombstone. That's a good one. You know with her quote and Yeah I WANNA go back to rupaul Stanley. Because he saw you and rouge playing as PA. Stanley says it He had been walking in the village in in in New York City in Greenwich Village in he saw posters of us all over and he kept seeing multiple different posters of US playing little clubs so he was intrigued by my look. And also these gorgeous girls around me you guys have this great Glam look as he would say There was something drudges. You know about the way I looked and that he thought was intriguing so he came to see perform at a place called tracks on seventy second street and it was like this underground club. He hung out with us. Ask and we made friends and then he said Hey. Why don't we try writing a song together? I didn't know anything about this. I thought it was for like little kids and stuff. The first song we wrote was I was was made for loving you. Their biggest hit rather biggest single hit. That's right and with that song I was kind of bringing in my sound into it because I was really. You know into mechanical drums and Kinda disco sounds as the very beginning of drum machines. Sure and putting power guitars onto dance beats to one of my favorite combinations. Incidentally yeah and I think we're the first to do it and it just exploded all over the world and gene in hated it. I mean he just thought it was the cheesiest the worst like I had brought this down to the lowest level and to this day. It's the biggest international hit that kisses ever had. Yeah it's one of those songs in the show that spectacular. Oh there was one time where they made an album called the elder.
"desmond" Discussed on Whimsically Volatile
"League counted there. Yeah Yeah and the other one's bad medicine right. Yes and Living on a prayer that one that people might have heard of I think right and Yeah we I had like four songs on slippery when wet and we wrote extra songs like there was a song we wrote called. We all sleep alone and John just thought it was is to kind of feminine You know kind of like slower kind of sensitive sure and I mean we had to beg to to cut Living on a prayer really because that was in his vision he wanted to be a real rocker. Okay sure so. That song was telling kind of sentimental story. Ah this couple and all this kind of stuff and literally Ritchie and I got on our hands and knees litter on the four like just pleading please Credit Lisa thus cutting. Let's hear it and you know the minute they did. You know just everyone knew then right. And you're actually sort of the Tommy right the song. Yeah because I mean. I'm sure that Richie brought his story to the table. John brought his story to the table. My story was I was thinking back on the time that that I live with. Maria and Maria Vidal that's a lot of listeners might know the body rock theme which is a good example for solo singles and a member of rouge. That's all right. Maria and I lived in this tiny little apartment. I was writing songs and she was working as a waitress. A place called. Once upon a stove she was singing. Waitress and all of the waiters and waitresses had fake stage names when they worked there as they present them. You know do like kind of funny half funny and Her stage name was Gena Velvet So people started calling her Gina. Gina came from and when I first suggested it I said Johnny and Gina Because I love alliteration and then John said I can't sing Johnny. That's my name. Oh right right okay. Tommy which is a sounded like and. That's how Tommy and Gina were born. Yeah another bit of that Song. which is very personal to you is the? It doesn't make a difference if we make it or not right. At the time I was is living in a new age Commun- and the leader of it. who was a very He was really. It was a call. I didn't even realize it. You know because I had been in all kinds of guru you know religions and all this kind of stuff and this one is very different. It was kind of No like more like a mind control thing or more about being in the truth telling the truth and then there was these like like confrontations you know it was called Aqua NASA which was some kind of native American name for home and the leader was was from Texas and he was our voice teacher. He was only like two or three years older than him but he seemed like he was. You know. It's like we're falling. Jared Leto or something no joke the guy like had a look you know. He was the reincarnation of Christ. Sure these blue eyes that look right through you and he would always say it doesn't make a difference you know it doesn't make a difference like truth is what it is. It doesn't make make a difference. You can't change what the truth this and so that. It doesn't make a difference if we make it or not. Kind of like you surrender to truth right sure. His philosophy made it into that song. Maybe that was the reason ultimately that I joined that called just to get that line. Sure we'll look at experiences like that to to to see what the positives are that. Come out of it because you could look back at it and regret it or I don't know maybe you do. One of the things about that time was a lot of my friends runs. Were dying of AIDS and it was terrible Holocaust that happened to the GOP community and by Joining this small group really was only about fifteen people We were creating our own kind of hopeful future and we were out of the city. Okay it was kind of like a relief. Most of the guys in the group were gay anyway and I'm not sure about the the girls that were there but there we weren't having relationships with each other because that was kind of forbidden okay because Coupling was not considered sittard in truth. Oh I see it's also easier for people to control people when they exactly because you don't have to teaming up against the one so he had a way of you know making you feel fantastic and then few days later you were just you know dog meat again. Sure and end up and down wanting to please him when I was there like four years. It's a long time for that kind of stuff and it was very traumatic you know when I went to Russia with the Group of songwriters and a program called music speaks louder than words. The fall of one thousand nine hundred eighty eight. I went there and saw whole society. That was living like how I was which was Well I mean we live in a beautiful home and everything I mean I had a tiny captains bed with two two drawers. And that's where all my belongings were. Wow and then just like a little slice of the closet for Mike Dress shirts and everything was a minimum. We lived a Spartan Spartan life everything was very controlled. Like how you speak how you look what you think and then I saw hall society. That was like that very rigid. Sure and and it broke the spell and I realize that's not who I am right. It's like this is suppressing. My spirit spirit not making me become more spiritual right. I'm becoming less spiritual I'm becoming less myself right. I'm just a robot just wanting to fit in wanting family sure and that's really what was missing for my life because I had left home so early and I didn't really have a great childhood and and all that and so I just snapped out of it and I and I went back and you know I said you know I I need some time away and all that and he tore me to shreds saying I was the most selfish person in the world and that I should leave that night so I gathered my little little things and I just you know took my car and drove away without saying goodbye anybody or anything and it was very very painful. They think he thought I'd come back. Crawling my knees. But I'd had one of the biggest hits in the world to to back me up. No which one one. Because you've had all of my songs were adding up and I had given every penny that came in to them. I mean I spent a million dollars. Yeah Dang in that was what was paying for house. That's early had a exactly when I left. You know they tried to come after me threatening me and so I got this very tough. You know mob lawyer New York to say you know really well. Well guess what we're going to sue you for brainwashing subterfuge fraud This is like a whole litany of things. Yeah you better back off. And so they did and he immediately sold. The mansion took the money bought himself a boat. Everyone was just sent to go to hell and he eventually died of AIDS himself yourself. Wow that's crazy. Yeah a good thing that they were all left sort of discarded really because we're still very close like a a lot of us and we stay in touch and a lot of us you know didn't recover from the from it. I mean are still not right I can imagine from the damage damage of of it. The lesson is don't follow cult leaders. That's right yeah no matter who they are. That's very true. Because has in the end. You'll be left gap. Lately in the dust. The most malignant narcissists can do that in interpersonal relationships this as well and people sometimes don't even know him. Sure it was like the frog in the frying pan for you. This thing that sounded good nervous community of people also with the overall idea Nia that we were going to be the ones that survived and recreated society in a way that we didn't have conflicts because because we had worked on ourselves and we're living in truth and all these very high ideals and we were sacrificing everything to save humanity. Sure so when you have that in your mind. Then you're capable of doing all kinds of misdeeds let's just look at World War Two right. I think it's a human flaw. Aw You know they'll be one king be and then everybody starts hovering around them and they just do what they say and into the trash heap of History Ryan. It makes it easier. Sometimes even if there's the conditions are bad but there's something to focus on a mission shen rats right because when you're working with people together and it's it's not like we were having we were having fun laughing jokes folks and fantastic dinners and music and you know it was like a beautiful communal lifestyle. I really enjoyed my time there. I mean especially the jobs I was given because I'd work four days in New York City. Then I go there and work hard labor for three days but it was pruning trees cultivating an organic garden. Re doing the raise beds. Doing the mall. Ch- I was in charge of the fireplaces and We moved to Virginia. See Okay and we lived within a Jeffersonian Mansion called Monty Cola. It was one of these like satellite houses. The coming off of Monticello Cola. It was on the James River and it was stunning. You've felt the history and then it was like yes and then we're here with a purpose. 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"desmond" Discussed on The Eddie Trunk Podcast
"It's done the right way. It's done that's fair to the fans and it's not yet another outlet asking you for a monthly subscriber fee unless you can really bring some some great content content or value to it and I know there's a ton of smaller and podcasts in platforms that also paid walls or whatever but I you you know I wanted to do it so I'm feeling like I'm feeling like there's still some momentum and I just wanted to address that because every day I'm still the last metal showing people get annoyed about being asked about it and you may have seen myself Donna. Jim Joke about it on social media. You know hey DJ. Everything could Netflix. Because of course we thought a Netflix. Netflix has to walk the show. I appreciate the hell out of people caring and still asking about it and you know who knows what what what happens down the line. You just need that one believer at a at a real broadcast platform. That will say yeah. I'll put that on. Let's do that and I. I don't know why feeling like we're getting closer to that happening and I honestly would tell you if there was something really concrete or something really happening. There isn't but I just feel like like good things happening with rock and people still clamoring for that show. Maybe there's something good in the future. We'll see all right so little longer open than normal but I had little breathing room and a little extra time here today. So I thought I'd spend a little time just talking to the podcast audience here at the top of the show. Let's get to the interview because this is a Gargantuan interview and it's somebody I wanted to talk to a very long time you guys know and if you listen to a couple of months ago I had a great interview with songwriter. Holly Knight People People Really Love that conversation. This guy that the interview is with this week is probably the most successful songwriter. Certainly to come out of the eighties. And I'm talking about Desmond Child. I wanted to interview Desmond for the longest time as a live record. That's just come out. And we set it up. When he was going to be in New York City he came into the studio? He was a little. We got started about twenty minutes later than I wanted to. But we still had over an hour to talk but with this guy's career and his credits I mean in our scratches the surface our our fifteen year about to hear just scratches the surface or our whatever. This comes out to an hour probably of as far as the interview. But whether it's Alice Cooper weather it's Bon Jovi whether it's kiss whether it is aerosmith on on and on and on I talk about the broad strokes and the big things he did. There was a million other things I want to talk to him about just ran out of time we will do another round after this interview. Ended Desmond tonight. Talk for a good half hour more. And he's got a couple more projects coming including a book and also a documentary. He wants to work on about his life. So we'll do more for sure down the line but I think you know I love getting the stories of the songs and how they were written with the people who helped create them and this guy has got got his stamp on so many major major tunes in music history. And of course you know. Desmond's career is varied the type of artists and music that he's done. My show being very proudly a rock destination although a few other things are touched on in the conversation obviously and I told him this we steered the conversation towards the Rock and of what he's done so enjoy ladies and gentlemen on on the Eddie Trunk podcast from my Sirius..
"desmond" Discussed on The Eddie Trunk Podcast
"The annual annual that metal show reunion event. One last thing speaking of that metal show I am continually asked about it which is amazing to me considering the show has been off the air. What well over five years and making it even more amazing doing is that the show does not replay or repeat anywhere? It's not available anywhere ridiculously. When it gets posted old episodes get posted stood on Youtube? Or what have you Viacom the company that owns the H.. One pulls them down which is absurd. I mean they're not doing any thing thing with him themselves. So what's the point but nothing I can do about it every once in a while they do come up and then they come down and sometimes they're left. I don't know but you know I am still asked about that metal show off the time and I can't thank you guys enough for carrying about it. It was something that was very near and dear into my heart very much. My baby very much missed by me as well. I can tell you that in in recent months there's still approach for that show myself. Don Jim talk about it frequently and there is some interest in you know. We're we're talking to some people about trying to find a way to bring it back in some capacity. My thing is that I don't WanNa do it. In less it can be done at least at the level of what it was. You know the studio audience and a real outlet for people to be able to see it and I've said all along what we need. Is Somebody adding network whether it be a streaming network or or a over the air network that loves and gets the show and realizes the value of it and also realizes. There's a ton of people right now that still want the thing back so I'm not sure what the future holds but we're it's not a dead issue as far as we're concerned it's just a question of finding the outlet and finding somebody that wants is to do it. I even have somebody. That's interested in willing to pay for a season but of course if you pay that kind of money you want to see your money come back and you know I don't want I wanNA don't I WANNA see people lose their shirt because that's the thing you get from people all the time. I just put it on Youtube. Okay well somebody puts up half a million dollars to make a season. Where are they get their money back if you posted it on Youtube and then do you really want me asking you to pay another subscriber fee for something? I mean I talked about Sirius. Xm I mean for a very reasonable amount of money you can get like one hundred and fifty channels of twenty four four seven content. I don't know it's like ten fifteen bucks a month right but you still got people who have been hall about that and now what I've seen happen. Is You know it's funny. There was this whole move for the longest time you heard about the cord cutters right to get rid of cable TV. Cut The cord. Get Rid of cable. Get rid of the cable companies. Don't need them anymore. Just get you know do stuff streaming. Well how's that that working out now when everybody and their mother is asking you for money for a subscriber fee to stream something netflix. Hulu Amazon apple just is launch..
"desmond" Discussed on The Dark Side Of
"Nineteen twenty two around seven thirty AM Henry, Peavey arrived per usual at the Taylor household he was Taylor's cook and valet PV unlocked the front door to bring in the paper and some medicine. He'd picked up for Taylor's nervous stomach. He hesitated in the doorway the downstairs lights were all on. But Taylor was nowhere to be seen thinking Taylor had overslept PB set down his things and went upstairs to wake him. Instead, Taylor was lying, dead on his back on the floor of his office, Peavy later told the coroner the first thing I saw was his feet. I looked at his feet. A few minutes and said mister Taylor, he never moved. I stepped a little further in the door and seen his face and turned and ran out and hollered. Mr. Taylor's dead hell. Nope. Help Mr. Taylor's dead. William Desmond Taylor was one of the biggest directors in Hollywood with fifty nine films in his portfolio. He worked with the biggest rising stars of the.
"desmond" Discussed on Guys We F****d
"Right. Because there are so many examples again like of pedophilia actually happening, and no one tried to stop that. You know, the Catholic church. Yeah. A lot of stuff Woody Allen. And what are we talking about? And I'm at least glad that people are talking about the the word pedophilia and without going. You know, the thing with the adult execute. It's like, the we we started this podcast. We talk about this a lot. And so many listeners have emailed us, and they are constantly emailing us about being molested as a child or more. And it's like, oh, my God this happens way more than I thought. And the now finally it's reaching a net international even conversation where we're really talking about it on a bigger level. So people when something bad does happen. You can go. Oh, this isn't right. I need to get myself out of this situation. Tell an adult something I think it is being talked about more. But I think that it's also being talked about in the wrong way. Especially in Desmond situation that doesn't help educate anybody. And I think it's a real service to people that have actually been molested as Phil dream. Yeah. I agree. And so we we kind of know your your background and your perspective on things was your husband's perspective. Give an out on Desmond's life. So always the same. Or was he as welcoming and encouraging as you or just because we know a lot of times dads aren't as cool now, he's been supportive night. The whole time whole time. Did you guys have a conversation separately as a couple about you know, when when doesn't start addressing girls clothing or came out as gay and how did you handle that as a family? We talked about it. We actually went to it there this when dozens about six years old wanted to understand what is going on. Like, why is he wanting to wear these wrestle time? I mean because it went from being cuties taking my fitted sheet to him now always wanting to wear girls. Clothes we go to the store and he wants girls clubs, right? So I went to therapists of the therapists, you know, talk with Desmond talked with us. And he said not to encourage it not to discourage if it just happened naturally. So we said, okay. That sounds pretty good. Sounds healthy. Yeah. I really love that answer. Because I think obviously, I would I would have a stage mom to not incur. Because I would know not to discourage it, but I think, you know, and what takes it from like good advice to truly professional advice is to also not encourage it because that's still swooping in as a parent, and like leading someone like you don't wanna lead a witness. You don't want to lead a child unless they were coming in asking for help. Because that's what allows the kid to be what they want to be in like, you don't know is this a phase. Or is this truly who he is? And I mean, obviously seems to be truly who he is. And you know at any time. I'm sure you if you wanted to not do it anymore. You'd be like, oh, that's cool. Yeah. We have spent to a additions for acting. He's been in movie coup. An we go there. We do see stage moms, and they are frightening. They are says they are they're like practically about to kill their child because they are not practicing their script, right or constantly fixing their hair, and it's just very weird and obsessive. It's like how can I live through you buy goal? If you're not doing it right for that. And then on Wikipedia or a soul said that you had cited that he's on the dozens on the spectrum and drag has actually helped can you speak a little bit about that is slightly on the autism spectrum. He does have ADD. Yes. Trouble focusing buddies treated for that by their business. I kinda tryst..
"desmond" Discussed on Guys We F****d
"And researching you bow before your before you came here today, and because I had just kind of organically come across the Instagram page because I'll go on like Instagram, deep dive, partly just because that's what the internet doesn't partly to find guess for this podcast and. You know when I saw so much uproar. I really really do try to play devil's advocate with anything before we present. I try not to just present the liberal or feminist idea just because it's part of the conversation. And I really looked at a lot of things that I was looking forward to meeting you and seeing if you were, you know, I mean, listen, I've been I've did a lot of feeder as a kid, I know a stage mom when I see one you like the tiffosi. You totally let Desmond take the lead. And you seem very genuine on even a liberal. I purple hair. Conservative either. So that's I mean, just because you offered at what like what are you? So are you just like gone rogue sometime say or I think that I agree more with a democratic socialism because I believe that it should be the government's. I think the government should provide us with more social programs. I think that should be their responsibility. Why do we not have free healthcare? Why do we know you have your people to prosper exactly so lean more towards that? I agree with a lot of what the liberals stand for. I wouldn't call myself liberal more of maybe an independent if I had registered to vote being forced to put something. But since I was able to vote I've always registered, you know, as part of the socialist party interesting. I'm sure the haters will love that. Oh, yeah. Give him fodder. You why you think it's shell is. She is. Because they do blame so much like on, you know, on liberals or on feminist. They say, I have an agenda. Right. And that's why. And I mean, I'm su- I've are aware of that. And that's why I always try to make sure that you know, fully research, and if anything does seem questionable and gosh, I really I looked far and wide and read everything it was a couple of things I had questions about. And then I found answers in talk to you. And there's just really nothing that I can see, and I don't understand why people are spending so much time. So then we come to December twenty teen and doesn't performs a venue three dollar Bill in Brooklyn where he's tipped for his performance. Yeah. And that's the thing. I wanted to again, like just I think a lot of this is just people unfamiliar with drug culture, and I was like thankful I'm super well-versed in that drag queens perform again doing reveals which is revealing something else that is not a breast not a part of your genitalia. Not any of that. It's just something another part of your costume. And they're tipped in in dollars. It's super customary and you'll get at handed to you put on the stage. I mean, no one's talking it in like, yeah. Never long. I think this is, you know, obviously. I mean, I'm sure I've seen that. Dots on very very violent Trotsky shows. Yeah. Very adult and the in the hands of the performer to watch. People don't want that people will complain that from the drag queens of spoken to that. They don't like people team things in their personal spaces, and they tend to a no pun intended. Yeah. And if they so that outfit. It's like don't touch don't touch my right. My blazer. And additionally, it's actually in drag culture, considered rude to watch drag performances and not give money guys that is part of. That's just part of Roger. And it's just and I will also add on that as someone who has spent a lot of dime in gay bars. Number one as a straight woman, we've talked about this before I go to gay bars. A lotta times because it feels like a much safer space is very much a made because it is less sexual unless you are an adult gay man, but it's more sexual again like the time when the drag show is on I can talk to you talk. When we experience is the the least aerobic or sexual time that you'll ever spend an FDA because everyone's watching the show, and it's like an it's heightened their their caricatures of performers..
"desmond" Discussed on Guys We F****d
"I mean, obviously, you know, I think it's because Desmond is a trailblazer. He, you know, one of the first drag kids if not the first wreck K, right? That was as public as he was. I mean, he was a sensation four years ago. This is this is before we would see kids at pride parades. We see him a lot now. But back then we didn't barely see any kids at all. So because he's a trailblazer. He's so well known he has such a large social media presence that I think that anytime you're a trailblazer. Doing something new. You're gonna have a lot of criticism come along with that. Absolutely. And it was been born in New York City. He was okay. Nice. And there's so many parents as you know. Who won't let their child be absolves? And they just they they are. So I don't know what it is. If if it's out of fear how they were raised. But then you're a person who was raised in a way. And then you didn't fall for it. Which is so amazing. You really knew yourself and stuck to your values in your morals. But is there anything particular that you would say if there is apparent listening who is suppressing their child creatively, or whatever it may be from just being themselves like because it just seems like nothing, and I know this perfect nothing. Good will come of it when you suppress a child from expressing any part of themselves. So I don't know there's something that you would say to a parent who who feels that. It's it's best. It's better off for their kid to to grow up in a more rigid environment. I think it's a twofold answer one is that people so much want to stay with what's familiar with them. So they try to create mini versions of themselves. We just spoke to some people from very small town in Kansas. And they said they. They went to olive garden in Times Square because it was familiar to them rather than enjoying what New York has to offer. It was me to them. So that's one part of my answer. The second is that a big part of it is that people are afraid what other people are going to think of them. So they're worried that if they let their kid go out, and this is a big problem with my parents like God forbid, I express myself in any way, shape or form. They would buy outfits all the way until I had a job when I was sixteen. Wow. Is because they were afraid what the neighbors would think what the people at church with the all you know, what is their kid wearing Baffour? I think that's another big problem is that other people are should say parents are just worried about what other people are gonna think of them. And from what you were called growing up as a kid, and your parents, your parents stayed together say did because it's very uncanny flick. They gods. What was their relationship? Like, you remember affection toward each other with a happy where they joyful. I don't believe I ever saw any affection. They I never saw kiss maybe hug once in a while. But I think that's just their personalities. I don't think that they were it right in any sort of conflict within the marriage, right? Were they happy or content people? I don't think that people like I said they were altered conservatives. So a big hobby of ultra conservatives is just the hate on everybody else because everybody is bringing the world down. I don't think it's it's possible for you to be happy. When you're so concerned with everybody else in the world is doing, and I mean, you see these people like Rush Limbaugh and Alex Jones, and all they do is spread these ridiculous. Just hate mongering. Really? I don't I don't believe they're happy people that can't be no their mission in life to make sure that that their their viewpoints are spread throughout the mountains..
"desmond" Discussed on Guys We F****d
"Like, why are you making that connection? It just it disturbs me award in your head is happening. But that's where you're going with that. Yeah. Look in the mirror my friends. Right. Because most kids are like, you know, like there's like six like little. They have this evening. Said body type and beauty pageants for for young girls. It's like, well, how you not giving like that doesn't make any sense your priorities are all very exactly I mean. And when you go to the beach, you'll see both sexes of kids running around with like just no-shirt on. I mean is that sexy to you do you find is there's something about a child's body? The sexy at the I heard the story about a girl who just wore address for picture day that she got suspended because her shoulder without really because they thought the boy would. You know, like an and what that says, I think and tell me if you agree Desmond is like, okay. So there the school officials are determining that the young boys around her can't handle a bear shoulder. And because of that we need to make this girl change what she's wearing or go home or get suspended and insulting to the boys. And it's also insulting to her. Because then their solution is okay. Let's change what she's doing. Yeah. And not rectify any inappropriate behavior on a another student part. Yeah. It's very much victims is attracted to someone shoulder. I mean. Yeah. Just you know, you can you can recognize that in your head, and you don't have to be disrespectful, myself control. I mean, even if I don't know money boys who their number one favourite body part is shoulder. But if I were to come across that person like I mean, even if you are attracted like part of being a human being is to sometimes feel a sexual urge and not act on it. Yeah. Many of you ever look at the news and see a lot of stories of people who cannot contain themselves or control themselves, and it, and it's like, it's it's interesting for current, and especially because the conversation around inappropr- what's inappropriate behavior, and then just like hitting puberty and all that stuff. Like when I was a kid that was not talked about in my household at all. And it was kind of I got the vibe for my parents that it was something inappropriate that we don't talk about. And I think as a result than I would suppress that part of me because I thought it was bad or it would make my parents feel weird and I didn't wanna do that. But I remember so you're in sixth grade, and I had a sex education and six grade. That's when I I had it was mainly life. Did you do charity dot com health health? Yeah. Health class. That's common. Talked about. Yeah. I was gonna ask you like what topics because every school district different like nutrient them like how to brush your teeth watcher.
"desmond" Discussed on Front Burner
"So whatever would dealing with right now is big issues with police checks here in the city were black people are pleased at chat stopped on the street three times more than people of other races and using people's peaking pushing back against that. And speaking out so at every turn where you look whether it's a young people and people coming out to protest the nail gun shooting or people marching against the police or people pushing back on their workplaces. So a constantly seeing that so to me that is the spirit of desert. We have to hold onto we have to remember that first of all black women have always been at the forefront of this working Candida of liberation work. And of whatever you want to call it rights work of the work of pushing society for that work has taken place on the backs of black woman who have relentlessly spoken out, and sacrificed and that. Going on today. What do you think file a Desmond would have to say about all of this? We know. I mean, we have one two ropes who can tell us about violin. How thrilled she has? But I think for any black person who's looking at what's happening today. I imagine that all of our ancestors Chiro sawn right in this work of liberation which is never ending. We always have to be doing it. I may have to be doing collectively. So of course, I believe that viola Desmond would be looking in pushing us foreign I also believe that we can't stop by only recognizing viola Desmond, we have to continue to uncover these histories woman, light Pearleen Oliva women like Lynn Jones, I could list hundreds of women dozens of women in over Scotia that also I wish to see on bills and on streets and on ferries and on buildings because this history is so powerful. So I think I also challenge us to not just sort of look at all desma on the Bill say, oh, look black people have arrived. This is a sign of quality great without looking at as we're talking about the battles. We still have to fight against the. Emigre schism and also without continuing to do the work to uncover the history, particularly of black woman, but also of black communities in this country, which have still been race and was still have so little knowledge of this history in this country. Al thank you so much for taking the time to chat with us today. Thank you very much. You just heard L talking about Wanda Robson viola Desmond sister, she was on hand yesterday at the Canadian museum of human rights in Winnipeg were violence. Ten dollar Bill was launched. Here's wanda. I find everything she says, so charming think that my sister? A woman a woman is so of unattended built the quiz in good company. I'm jamie. Thanks for listening to from. For more CBC podcasts. Goto CBC dot CA slash podcasts.
"desmond" Discussed on FanGraphs Fantasy Baseball
"They could move desmond to laughed and then they have desmond um blackman doll doll atlanta gas ira i casing and hara colorado apart yet it end reynolds is still out there or reynolds yet sign reynolds is off their free agent still yes in fact roster resource has desmond in left right now they've got desmond black men pahra with an dahlan top would be the guys that are that are kind of fighting for that paintime with ryan mcmahon in it first right now i mean have a prospect of iraq uses the situation and the mets have have some money to spend serve if but you know people my chat they were asking if morrison's gonna get more i don't think so i think more known it's going to get at house wreck it looks a lot like yonder and much more liens is going to be two years and fifteen th rising that'll yeah i agree because of this that just no market the match the royals if the mariners if they were to take him back can i don't think that's going to happen they cut the time hughley for a reason right that we diet lee said i'm rocky in i don't see how he comes back the tampa bay only because i mean nobody ever comes back once they go they're gone uh yelled milwaukee they've got eric thames there if first base the pirates doesn't make much you're not going to get rid of josh fell josh bam off that the angels miama bring it back away they got borstal nevermind i was gonna say if they're trying to fill in sign of monetary while the padres apparently are willing to move will myers that'd be fun if they were like hey well so you said you were going to move to the left and we do it for logan yeah uh.