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"In time against us by the hang out with us they had thanks to Shell Pennzoil Performance Line. Yeah, this game is still going on. Eagle's doesn't matter who wins. It doesn't matter who loses. When it comes to the NFC least. It's going to be all about Danny Jones. Daniel Jones himself the Giants quarterback. You had a chance to run for a serious serious touchdown when he got to the 22 year old line and all hell broke loose. As my cantina produces it. It should be a new hashtag called Danny Dives. Is that Danny Dimes? I'm completely with him on that one. No matter what happens with this game that is going to be topic one When it comes to this game, evolve the judge Eagles by not Judge Lee to 14 to 10 to fourth quarter just got started. That dude, I'm a weighted helmet is something like that. Like what? What is like a helmet from toys with Robin Williams? How do you feel like what happened Because he is running perfectly. And there's no one around him. And only really has to do. Freddy is just keep running is really not that complicated. This isn't a guy who had to allude somebody in front of him. Nope. He does has to stay on that path to get into the end zone. Nothing in front of him. Right? And then you end up with the funniest name. Of anything that's happening in the film. I'll bet you this based on the way he's playing a decade from now, that'll be the thing we remember about Daniel. Sure, it won't be how he played. It won't be any of that is going to beat that moment right there. His grandkids were looking to say, Granddaddy. What happened? I don't talk about each apple sauce and the sea along. That's what that's going to be when he has grandchildren sitting around him on the front porch, and they bring that up on their phone. Is this. You and me? Wiki getting great sweets, by the way, Coleman, ESPN ESPN. What was the funniest fall that ever happened to you? Frankly, vexes was trying to jump some stairs at school to impress the girls. It was going great. So I tried one too many, and I went down hard front tooth was m I A How's Oh, man out, Lost two lost. The two is one thing to lose respect in front of girls in high school when you're losing dental work. Whole different. It's got hold of Jennifer Hartal says as a student trainer, East Tennessee State University. We had a dome with a turf field underneath was a track in long jump pit. Does a turf monster around 20 ran out for a timeout. Tripped bottles flew everywhere. Fans nearby stood and applauded Jennifer when that happened, How quickly do you get up? I've got to take about I get up and take about taking about about him apart. I'm having fun with that period because that's all you can do it. You've already taken the hell Oh, man, the way Daniel Jones did. I mean, lovely. This is it. I mean, this is an important game on what you imagine if they were good. This is the playoffs or something like that. Or the Super Bowl off. That'd be The end of him completely. And in Buffalo, 8887293776 and my friend was the funniest fall that ever happened to you. Okay, So I'm doing landscaping downtown buffalo using Ah, ride. Well, it's ah, walk behind more modified with one of those Cyclops wheels in the back, right? And so I get to this location. I put my handbrake on and reach down to put it in neutral in the hand, brake pops. So I start spinning in a circle going like 15 miles an hour. I'm hanging on with one hand backwards. The more places before words and I'm going and I'm trying to reach for the right hand brake and it hops over the eight inch curb and I go flying like Superman. Land on my knees in the middle of square people all around the right. I look up my molars going to the traffic. I try to hop up and go and I broke my foot tibial plateau fracture. So I stand up kind of taste my more and I just sack of potatoes down on my own Like good, Everybody. Okay, picturing that right now, Can you imagine? And also you look up, and there's your tractor about the cause of car pile up like the idea of you spinning Yes, circles first, and then getting tossed like that's the real insult. It is one thing to this fall, but to get set up in thrown a lower that takes a real tears in my eyes. Just thinking about that right now. I'm glad he's okay now. But back then, my goodness. He's my friend. Moment on Freddy and Fitz Simmons presented by the progressive insurance with all this all started. Yeah, just spin him around quite a lot like a cartoon. You there. You are watching this thing, spin him around and they would just throw. Oh, my goodness. Any above glad you're glad he has a sense of humor about to do. Oh, my goodness. Wow. Yo, Adrian says on Twitter. You know when you're tripping, you catch yourself and do a dance like you meant to do it outside of the cool from the first time at a wedding and dropped the three glasses. Daniel Jones. This is your fault, man. If you if you had gone into the end zone have been 80 yard Touchdown run, everybody says See, that's why we drafted him in the top 10 against the sports world and the Twitter world has gone completely haywire. That's what this game needed. When you got these two bad teams in the NFC least you needed some kind of talking point. And here it is. This is gonna be layers tomorrow because, like when all the smart people on Twitter get a hold of this, and they turn into something, I mean, it's going to be it will be. The funniest thing you see on Friday will be this. The doctored video of Daniel Jones followed. I get guarantee the Giants win this game and like we mentioned right now that leading 14 attended, threatening the score again. They're an eagle's territory with less than 10 minutes of play. In the fourth quarter. If they win the press conference questions. I'm not going to be anything in terms of the game. You got this victory the Cowboys lose. You'll be in a tie for first place in the NFC East. You want two in a row? No. Daniel Jones to the podium and let the comedy begin. If the Giants win this game, he has to answer those kind of questions. Listen, if you are reporter with access to that press conference You have to ask about the fall like nothing else really matters. No one cares about the future. Daniel Jones. What This means for the division. How did you fall like that? To me? It should be the story that comes Out of this entire them And you hope of your Daniel Jones like you can't take yourself too seriously. You have got to laugh about it to you. It's got to become a thing you can and giants don't do this. Don't make Don't say we're not going to be doing with Jones available to the press. We're concentrating on the town. It would be awful. Completely awful. The something like that where you may even get Daniel say it is the worst thing that happens to me this year. Then we're going to be more than okay, even in a bad division, and then we had a terrible start to the season. Dad, you absolutely have fun with it to your point. Yeah. I mean, this guy's on a franchise that's falling on its face multiple times, and it happens to him. He's got to see the humor in that I would think because Lord knows we do keep weighing in at Coleman, ESPN and ESPN. What was the funniest fall that ever happened to you Weigh in at med camp by ESPN and a Coleman ESPN and be heard right here good more level and in buffalo more throwing him and then the more just goes into traffic. When your father was my my mind. We got more next to it was covered up. Just keep it right here on ESPN Radio and ESPN app. Don't miss a minute of Sanjay will just tell you smart speaker to play ESPN radio now playing ESPN radio. Check him out tomorrow morning, starting at six Eastern on ESPN Radio.
Until Death: Raynella Leath
"As a child. Rinella grew up in a small community outside Knoxville Tennessee. Rinella was the second child. She had an older sister named flow. Anna and two younger siblings. Marcus and Robin her parents do e Annie met in college. They married after. Dewey had enlisted in the Army Air Corps. Any Finish College. Do we want a purple heart? And after the war he continued his education. So Anne worked as a schoolteacher and do he worked for the US Department of Energy so he made some good use at his time. Back in college had a masters degree in Chemistry and Physics and he was very invested in a safe storage of nuclear waste. Sounds like a smart guy. Yeah absolutely and Rinella grew up in this ideal environment. It was virtually crime free. And this was a town where she and her siblings could. Just hop on their bikes. Anytime go downtown. See a movie or use the Community Swimming Pool. It was kind of one of those pre planned communities for the nuclear power plant scientists. So the kids didn't even know what their parents position was at the company. But that's pretty much what it all revolved around but they were also religious rain. Ls saying in the choir of the Baptist Church and when she was in elementary school her classes were segregated but her high school actually became the first integrated school in the south in nineteen fifty five so at least in part because of the large population of these government scientists. Rinella schools were quite exceptional. The science were excellent of course and the children began learning a second language by the time they were in the second grade so it really gave her a lot of advantages in life her. She was always at the top of her class and was taking all the advanced courses she could. She's also in the marching band spinner weekends at Football Games drive INS and other activities common in the nineteen fifties. Yes he just watch American graffiti. That was kind of what it was like. Right right yeah. Drinking was less of a problem than in most communities because this county they lived in was completely dry. Yeah that's amazing how to combat alcohol. Well I mean if you really want the alcohol you could drive out of the county and get it sure but it's certainly made it harder on the kids in a lot of their parents didn't even have booze in the house which. I don't know about you but the first blues I had I snuck from my parents. Liquor cabinet will. It's where you get it right exactly and there's not just a dry county but a lot of lot of Baptist people and they don't look at alcohol. Is that interesting anyway now? I think it might be a no no for them completely. It certainly not encouraged note therefore remark so after high school. Rinella went to East Tennessee State University as a nursing student while they're Rinella got good grades in competed in rifle shooting. Yeah funny when you think about Ed. Just the way said that. I'm thinking here's a student right getting the grid. So but yeah. He's a marksman let's Tennessee. It's the south right and. I think there's you know more familiarity with guns in the south or is that just a a cliche. No I think that's probably true. Yeah we'll why she was there. This is when she met her. First husband. William Edward Dos it and he went by Ed but young ad had a very different childhood. He had many losses in his life. And I guess the most dramatic I would say was his mom's death. This happened on Easter morning. Nineteen fifty six when Little Edie was just eight years old and he woke up in the morning to find his mother on the floor beside his bed. Dead of a heart attack and just two months later. His Dad died from cancer. So Eddie was an orphan and he ended up moving in with his aunt. And uncle was kind of tough Lou eight-year-old cured get up in the morning and mom's dead on the floor. Can you imagine it's just? It's horrible so he had a much rougher upbringing then ray Nella dead but he was just a real go-getter and as a child. Everyone said he was exceptionally kind in high school. He played some football but he also worked on the school newspaper and he was a member of several clubs. Once he was in his senior year he was given the award for the Best School Spirit. Then he went to college on a football scholarship and he continued to date his high school sweetheart in his freshman year. Everyone thought these two would get married but then he met right now at college in broke up with the girlfriend not an unusual phenomenon. Guess so ED graduated with a business degree. He and Renault got married when she was a senior in college. Now the story I always liked Nell is mom. She didn't approve of that and she apparently knew how to hold a grudge. But she didn't speak to Ed for the first thirteen years of their marriage. Well that's serious grudge holding right. Guess so you really love my mother-in-law. She doesn't talk to me. But when you look at the big picture it kind of makes you think Did Rain Nella get some of that kind of personality from holding grudges or well at decided? He wanted to be a lawyer and he started taking classes at the University of Tennessee Law School in Nineteen Sixty nine ray. Nella began working as a nurse after she graduated in nineteen seventy two at graduated from law school. He had inherited his family's farm. Both of his parents were deceased so he would call himself a farmer and a country lawyer. But it's funny he always said I'm a farmer I and a lawyer second even though he would really end up being very successful as a lawyer did a good job. He had quite a career absolutely really popular as well. It worked in criminal defending people in need. Yeah he liked to help the poor people. Then in nineteen seventy eight. Renaudot gave birth to their first child. Maggie dice it and they then moved to the family farm. Young family lived in a mobile home on the property. As Ed built a new house they worked hard. He built the house entirely from lumber from his own trees. He had an architect who designed the home and he had a contractor friend who advised him on how to do things but basically he built this place. So that's pretty impressive to me. Sure is in nineteen eighty two. When a district attorney general retired decided to run for that job and the funny thing is once. He entered the election. His mother-in-law had a change of heart. Suddenly Ed was an okay guy. Who's now worthy of my attention right? Which really got crate? But she enjoyed this attention and she would be photographed with him at campaign events as much as possible. But Ed took it in stride you now. That's my mother-in-law. Whatever I'm going to be nice to. Everybody and Rinella was a good wife. She was working really hard to help them with this campaign. So it's not like they were on the outsor- anything. The marriage was really good for a long time. And when Ed Din win this election the family celebrated the local. Sheriff gave Ed a five shot. Pistol telling him now. He needed a gun to protect himself. Because he's putting away bad guys and they might come after him but that wasn't a gun guy then the next year at an Rinella had a son William Edward Dawson Junior. So now the family had big Edie and little Edie Ed had a secretary named K and she was married to a guy named Steve Walker and the two couples K. In Stephen Ed. Ray Noah were friendly and they did some socializing from time to time when K had a son who they named Kevin in nineteen eighty four. She left her position and ED's office and Henry now had a third child whose name Katie born in nineteen eighty five so rinella never visited the walkers but ed ended up spending a lot of time there and you might ask why they spent a Lotta time why. He spent a lot of time there because he was screwing k. Well I'm just thinking you know. Things must have been not perfect with he and Rinella by then if he's out having an affair her maybe he was just bored who knows but K. was very fond of him and that's part of the issue. A lot of people think K. Was really in love with Ed. But he wasn't going to leave rain Allah and we don't know if that's because it wouldn't look good if he was afraid of her. Maybe we don't know. But then in nineteen eighty AK had a second son who she and her husband named Kyle and although her husband Steve Did know about it until years later kyle was actually Ed's biological child the product of this affair kind of love child. We didn't know about birth control too. Well I'm sure there was some knowledge of it but who knows. Maybe she wanted to have a baby kinda nasty to pass it off as her husband. Well I don't know Dick. I almost think it's kind. Maybe you don't agree with me but I almost think it's kind of a kind decision. What good is it going to do their family now? They have two sons. What good is it if she tells her husband? The son is not biologically yours and maybe she didn't even know one hundred percent. That's a possibility but I mean I'm just one of these people. I think sometimes not most the time but sometimes holding back. A harsh truth can be an act of love controversial. But it's how I feel I'm GONNA leave it at that okay now. Nineteen Ninety right now retired from nursing and she concentrated on raising her children and managing the family farm. Dave Leaf was a nice man. Who's a friend of ED? And he had a pool. Nello take your children. Today's house to swim in the summer other than that. There was really no connection between Renault and Dave while they were very different people. I mean she really valued education and Dave was a high school dropout. Who worked as a barber? Not that. There's anything wrong with that but it's a much simpler job than ads. Still Dave was very likeable and well known in the community is a good guy. You know that same year ED started to have stomach pains now. He said in a board meeting for local farmers that he had the meanest away from the world. Who's trying to kill him even though he didn't smile and he said everyone's still took it as a joke. They all understood. That Renault is a real force. Probably wasn't the easiest woman to live with. Now I mean what can you say about right Allah from what we know. She was wearing the pants in her home. No matter who she was married to and you didn't want across her she could hold a grudge dislike her mom. I guess but then tragedy struck in October of nineteen ninety one because that was admitted into the hospital he thought it was just for an appendectomy but during that surgery a Denno carcinoma was found on his appendix and too small intestine so they did some further exploratory surgery and they found that he had cancer. That had metastasized to several organs. It was just all over his abdomen so there was no chance of curing him of that
"east tennessee state university" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"Will be joining us on the shell pencil performance on Michael would Michael junior Trey Wingo here with you just to let the of gas for having forty today Bobby carpenter a football analyst will join us as well NBA insider everywhere gin owski plus sass will be with us Stephen A. Smith Rick Smith the former Texans GM will join us as well see how he thinks the Texans doing this since they decided to no longer have a general manager going forward right right and Steven Forbes the head coach of East Tennessee state university who was on the dance will also join see one of the big questions out there is it what's gonna happen first tax sign or or Peter pick someone in the bachelor what do you think last night track don't know don't care it's just it's just been an unrelenting slog right it honestly might be the only thing that rivals what's going on with the cowboys is equal parts disaster how about if it's a disaster on both sides yes and we will have much more throughout the morning on the impending coronavirus situation and how it may impact sports because it is a thing that we need to be prepared for in terms of how we consume our sports going forward for the foreseeable future Italy is for course at a much more severe outbreak and we've had here in the United States but they're basically shutting all things down sports related for the rest of the month so we'll get to that a little bit later but off the top we are getting closer and closer to what we believe at this point what we believe at this point will be the deadline to put a franchise tag on a player which is Thursday however the NFL courted grown Adam Schefter is considering moving that back a little bit because the NFLPA vote on whether to accept a new collective bargaining agreement has been extended from Thursday at eleven fifty nine right for Friday morning midnight to Sunday right it's a sunny Saturday Saturday yeah so it's been extended by two days so the trend the the idea of tag usage may be extended by two days and that is everything is tied together in this giant CBA pilots be honest about it because the owners want to know what they're operating under the players want to know which system we're operating under which means we getting the regular money or getting this extra money that may be coming in with the new CBA in seventeen games and for the Dallas Cowboys this is all part of it because they have two players are trying to side desperately want a quarterback in dak Prescott and wanted a wide receiver in Amari Cooper and once they know what the rules are hopefully they can tag one inside the other and it seems like they've made a new offer to the quarterback dak Prescott according to our own Todd archer yeah so put it out there that apparently this is in the golfer Aaron Rodgers reign supposedly which should be just north of that thirty three million dollars a year that original offer that we heard one out to dak Prescott much earlier in this we remember the last time we heard him today numbers it was around thirty three million dollars a year and I think between a hundred a hundred and five million dollars guaranteed somewhere in that range so you look right now Russell Wilson the highest average per year among quarterbacks of thirty five Ben Roethlisberger thirty for Aaron Rodgers Jr Dauphin thirty three and a half so and as this conversation continues I think the first thing we all need to to say again is it doesn't matter what you think he's worth so anybody out there who's going to say well he's not well he's got that now would be it doesn't matter it just doesn't matter it's when your ticket is up and when you can punch your new ticket where you are and what you've done leading up to that point certainly comes into play but it's more timing is everything and he will get a deal that will be worth more than their Rogers will be worth more than Jared Goff will be worth more than Carson Wentz at the end of the day in some way shape or form exactly right like that's right yeah yeah I guess that Russia now is like between now and whenever they're allowed to administer these tags is there anything that can be done to get this contract done like what what what what it has to look like what would because in my mind usually with this with its agents trying to justify a be able to save my clients got the highest yeah could that be the highest average per year right could that be the highest guaranteed money right could that be the highest percentage of guaranteed all of these different things that it could be that usually people like to be able to tout so that they feel like they came out of this deal winner so I can say to my client and other clients Hey look we got you the best deal possible isn't that isn't that the negotiation that we you may get one and not the other you know that that's how you negotiate back and forth because I have to believe from A. Lister were already talking in the thirty three million dollar range in over a hundred million dollar range so let's be honest their way closer to the final number then knocked right I don't know I know yes I I yeah I mean that to three that would depend on what C. B. A. if I'm if I'm the dak Prescott camp and I know that extra five billion dollars if the CVA past is headed toward the players over the next ten years I'm not looking at thirty three thirty five all in all I disagree completely just like we're saying that it's not about what you've done it's got to be to a point it's about timing that's the timing as well he went when you if you can use at once and you can use it on the other side so we're going to extra five bill will pay me thirty seven million a year it's still gonna be be over certain thresholds be higher than certain amount of quarterbacks I don't think you can go on with that are you know and I I think I think you will so this is this is my again this is been might be for the entire time is we're giving everyone involved in this credit for foresight that wasn't there right like this is an adjustment the cowboys offer of thirty three million dollars is not predicated on well let's get this done before the CBA this is what they've been doing wrong horse or say they've been far apart on this I think there could be an adjustment now like yeah if you are dak Prescott I think getting around a potentially different pool of money does kind of matter especially the operating with seventeen games as opposed to six it's good to get him in a position to say I should be over these guys but it's not going to be a huge over except if he gets to the amount that's over Russell Wilson at thirty five and a half it's not going to say no I one thirty eight well I think it's I think it changes just because you've got the presence of a whole nother game yes no I I I agree and I think that's what we'll put him over the top of that I don't think it's going to go millions over the top of that because of the new deal I just don't well I I think Jack's a guy that's going to struggle to go millions over the top of any of these deals like if he gets over these he's going to be eclipsing it by a short margin that margin grows wider because of the presence of US BA I think you want that anyway if there was no if there was no CBA negotiations because usually you don't want that but he'd have less leverage to do around I agree with that yeah I agree with that but my point is he's trying to get over those guys he's not trying to get three million dollars over those not my point I think juniors point is if there's going to be more money than that means I should get more of that percentage over those guys that's I think what we're saying all right I think we're all saying the same hearing at some point okay semantics so listen the question then becomes it and let's let's we like everybody that talks about these things on our network yeah we don't agree with all of them just don't agree on all of them here is our only Scott Hughes are used to analyze the parts god weighing in I think thirty three million dollars is right where he should be a little bit under arrest Russell Wilson at thirty five million dollars and I think I've found that Chris kind of looking at Russell Wilson in figuring out how can I try to duplicate what he did if you can add a Superbowl to his resume to do that he's going to need weapons and into it if you takes thirty three million dollars that allows him potentially to sign Markle because we no doubt was once assigned mark because they gave the first round draft yes my results are going to lose so if you can get that lined up and you can get Cooper lined up you can have an opportunity to maybe win you know because you want to take that first round draft pick you gonna dress the corner position because you can't do both but let's be a hundred percent clear on something it is not dax responsibility to fix the cowboys problem that is the cowboys problem that they're in this situation because the Dallas Cowboys traded a first round pick from mark Cooper and didn't work out a deal when they traded form which you can do sign and trade okay it happens all the time so they didn't do that so now they expose themselves on this end they took care of interior linebacker a right tackle in a running back who held out and was suspended for six games because of off field behavior before they took care of their franchise quarterback who has done everything right and has not missed a game and threw for thirty touchdowns in forty nine hundred yards three yard for yard shy the cowboys single season record it is in no way shape or form dak Prescott's issue to fix the problems that the cowboys have done **** up building their team god as time goes along is anything going to end up being a bigger issue here than the fact that the cowboys paid sick like that Hey do you like that and paid him before that like as we go increasingly more down the road of many Afghan running backs big time money out second projects might just keep looking like a worse and worse decision but to do it at the expense of because what bart Scott handed out at the end there is exactly right if you lay that foundation it gives you the ability to go out operate was so much more clarity when it comes to either the free agent market on the draft of the other positions of need where you could potentially get wins like that part is true the cowboys need to realize that a year ago yeah yeah this is this is on the cobbles you're you're you're exactly right it's it's not tax job to fix this all at all bars got saying that Emmitt Smith came out and said that as well that that could make up the money and I think that that's it's ridiculous it's a ridiculous ought to tell a guy that he should do that yeah I don't don't get in another man's money yeah go make as much as you can make correct I mean I can I can someone it when he was with the jets a part we need to to take less money we say can't wait I don't think so he would have said no bleeping way so we'll see what happens there and again the deadline maybe Thursday it may be moving but we have a very fluid situation all the way around in the NFL this point meanwhile the NBA coming up why the MVP race is not.
"east tennessee state university" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz
"Eight hundred flowers dot com. Click the radio radio icon. Enter Code Dan for all the latest headlines and information tune into sports center on. ESPN radio all throughout the day. Put It on the poll. Guillermo please would you recognize Nice Christian McCaffrey by his face because he looks like he's fourteen years old. I'm looking at them here and I'm like why is booger McFarland. Talking to a fourteen year old on the set a ah I take downstairs Kenny. Chesney without with us you should check out his latest album songs for the saints. And if you want tour dates you go to Kenny. CHESNEY DOT COM Kenny. Any thank you for joining us. I'd like you to take take us back and sort of paint a picture for where your life was before the success when you were being paid and enchiladas well. I went to school at East Tennessee State University in Johnson City and played a Mexican restaurant free nights a week and I just played for tips tips. You know I was playing some songs that I had written in my apartment that nobody wanted to hear and then songs about my heroes and I would get paid. You know whatever tips I made and all all the enchiladas Arkady pretty good for a college student at the time and so what kind of tips are we talking about there when you say like on the on the best and the worst nights what are you bringing home the worst nights would be about twenty bucks. The best night's would be a couple of hundred. You know what happens next like one of the things that need to happen for Kenny. Chesney okay what happens next is I graduated East Tennessee state and then I moved to Nashville to be a songwriter and and it just went from there I was. I always knew that I wanted to do this. What I'm doing now but I knew it might take a while but I was? I was engulfed in creating eating. I was engulfing songwriting. And that's where all this started. And then I went on the road in Nineteen ninety-three and I'm still on it just kind i. Don't you know people ask me all the time for you know. Can you give me some advice on how to make it in the back of my brain. I'm going Never GonNa make it because you don't do it to make it. You do do it just because that's what you do you know. And so. That's that's the best way. I can explain good advice but ashes of data all the way right there has to be some always. There's no I'm not saying it. It was all good moments because there was a lot. Look plan the places that we play. Now we're we're very blessed and fortunate but but it hasn't always has been this way. We opened the tour this year at the Dallas Cowboys Football Stadium. We closed Foxborough the Patriots Stadium. And so but I promise you guys it hasn't always the we haven't always been been place in our life to go play these places Kenny. I read here. We all love food as you can tell from the split. You're on the table you have. What is your guilty pleasure? Because I think it's going to the delight most of the guys back in our studio. Well I I love up. I'm emotional eater right so but I love I love. I love Italian I love I love Italy. I love red wine. I love I get to eat a lot of pasta when I'm training and go on the road so when I'm off the road I eat a lot of carbohydrates trying to get to your girl cheeses. Why do love grilled cheese? I love it hundred percent one. Go ahead make the perfect grilled cheese sandwich for us. help us out a perfect world. She Sandwich I. I don't know it's it's gotta be Texas Toast always helps one hundred percent and you know a couple of different kinds of cheese and I always like to put some Jalapenos there at all Y.. Yeah Yeah I love everything spicy. Kenny Chesney with us again. His latest album songs for the saints is available. And if you want tour dates you go to Kenny. Chesney Dot Com explained to me. How much of your roots is tied up? How much of your roots are tied up in the idea that you give a lot of your money? Money Away with success to some of the people who wouldn't normally get money from the star of the shows like I don't want to embarrass you here but you give away a ton of money to the people behind the scene so like explain to me how and why that came to be well we start. I started this thing every year. No I've got I'm out there on the road with a lot of people that work really hard and those guys they get there before the ship early in the morning and late late at night and I started this thing called merge lottery and we take one stadium show a month and I take all the all the money that I make that night and what that means is the from the t shirts the hats whatever the money we make that night and I give it we. We put all the names of everybody that works for me a Sombrero and I we shake it up whole at a name out of the hat and give all the money we make for the march that night. WHOA so the most that can wait a minute? You're talking about a quarter. Wait a minute you're talking about like a quarter million dollars aren't you. That's yeah we played the seat. The seahawks football stadium one year. And yeah the merchant would have been close to that maybe a little over that and the next week we pulled out a name and they got it you know but what they started doing is not taking the money themselves. They ended up dividing it out throughout the whole crew in the tour you know so I would have grabbed all I want to cowboys stadium holding onto that one. They spend a lot of money in Dallas. I want to keep that. So is it true that you shower three times a day. You don't like bars of soap. Why do I showered go to get up when I get up I shower and then after I work out before I start my day shower again and then I have to shower before I go to bed and I get? I like to feel clean when I go to bed with the soap though. Yeah but no soap always had this weird thing about soap. I can't explain it. Yeah let me ask you a question because I love body wash our talking my language But body wash as well. You're rich so this is different. Body washes expensive right. Talk Therapy Stress Relief Body wash going on the upper half of my body because then I could smell it then. LOWER-HALF I used some other body to body washes at have in the shower work and it also depends obviously like you share a couple of times a day maybe late at night instead of the stress. One lillies the sleep tireless. And you stop please. You have asked the only only a couple of questions the entire week of a guest. And you've just ask Kenny Chesney. Hey Give me information about how you shower. Also I have a follow up question that I asked invasive. How tell me about your shoring habits but then a follow up question defense? You're there were here. We're sitting next to Kenny. and He's join join the conversation a little bitter. He'll back there wasn't really a question kept talking about showering habit.
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"Eight hundred flowers dot com. Click the radio icon. Enter Code Dan for all the latest headlines and information tune into sports center on. ESPN radio all throughout the day. Put It on the poll. Guillermo please would you recognize Christian McCaffrey by justice face because he looks like he's fourteen years old. I'm looking at them here and I'm like why. WHY IS BOOGER McFarland? Talking to a fourteen year old on the set of I take downstairs. Kenny Chesney without With us you should check out his latest album songs for the saints. And if you want tour dates you go to Kenny. CHESNEY DOT COM Kenny. Thank you for joining us. I'd like you to take Take us back and sort of paint a picture for where your life was before for the success when you were being paid and enchiladas well. I went to school at East Tennessee State University in Johnson City and played a Mexican restaurant draw three nights a week and I just played for tips. You know I was playing some songs that I had written in my apartment that nobody wanted to hear and then songs but my heroes heroes and I would get paid whatever tips I made and all the docket eat a pretty good for a college student at the time and so what kind of tips are we talking about there when you say on the on the best and the worst nights what are you bringing home the worst nights would-be about twenty bucks. The best night's would be a couple of hundred and so how what happens happens next like one of the things that need to happen for Kenny. Chesney what happens next is I graduated East Tennessee state and then I'm mood moved to Nashville to be a songwriter. And it just went from there I was I. I always knew I wanted to do what I'm doing now but I it might take a while but I was I was engulfed in creating engulfing songwriting and that's where all this started. And then I went on the road in nineteen ninety-three and I'm still just kind of you know people ask me all the time for you. Know can you give me some advice on how to make it in the back of my brain. I'm going and they're never gonNA make it because you don't do it. Make it you do it just because that's what you do. And so that's that's the best way I can explain rapid assery down along the way right there has to be some. There's no I'm not saying it was all good moments because there was a lot look planned the places that we play now we were very blessed and fortunate. You know but but it hasn't always been this way we walk. We opened the tour this year at the Dallas Cowboys Football Stadium. We close it in Foxborough the Patriots Stadium Stadium. And so but I promise you guys. It hasn't always. We have always been and been in a place in our life to go play these places Kenny. I read here. We all love food food as you can tell from the display here on the table you have. What is your guilty food pleasure? Because I think it's going to the delight most of the guys back in our studio. Well I I love you know. I'm an emotional eater right so but I love. I love Italian I love I love Italy. I love red wine. I Love I but I don't get to you love Pasta when I'm training and go on the road so when I'm off the road I I eat a lot of carbohydrates grilled cheeses man. Why do real cheese two I love it right. Hundred percent one is go ahead. Make the perfect grilled cheese sandwich for us. help us out the perfect grilled cheese sandwich. I don't know it's gotta be Texas Toast Right and always helps one hundred percent and you know a couple of different kinds of cheese and I always like to put some Apollo Pianos in there. At All Y.. Yeah I love everything spicy. Kenny Chesney with us again. His latest album songs for the Saints Aints is available. And if you want tour dates you go to Kenny. Chesney Dot Com explained to me. How much of your roots is tied up? How much of your roots are tied up in the idea that you give a lot of your money away with success to some of the people who wouldn't normally get money from the star of the shows like I don't want to embarrass you here but you give away a ton of money to the people behind the scene so like explain to me how and why that came to be deep? Well we start. I started this thing every year. I've got I'm out there on the road with a lot of people that work really hard and those no those guys they get there before the ship you know early in the morning and late there late at night and I started this thing called merge lottery and we take one on stadium show a month and I take all the all the merge money that I make that night and what that means is the from the t shirts hats whatever the money we make that night and I give it. We put all the names of everybody that works for me in a Sombrero and I we shake it up and I'll pull a name out of the storm Beryl the hat and I give them all the money we make for murky at night. WHOA so the most that can wait a minute? You're talking about a quarter. Wait a minute you're talking like a quarter million dollars aren't you. That's yeah When we played the the seahawks football stadium one year and yeah the merchant would have been close to that maybe a little over that and the next week we pulled out a name and they got it you know but what they started doing is not taken? The money themselves they they ended up dividing it out throughout the whole crew in the Hauteur You know so I would have grabbed all waste holding onto that one. They spend a lot of money. So is it true that you shower three times a day but you don't like bars of soap. What do I showered shower to get up when I get up I shower and then after I work out before I start my day. Yeah a shower again and then I have to shower before I go to bed. 'cause I I. I'd like to feel cleaning with soap though. Yeah but no soap always had this weird thing about soap. I explain it. You let me ask you a question because I love body wash our talking my language but body wash as as you know. Well you're rich so this is different body washes expensive right so I'll get like a little Roma therapy stress relief body wash going on the upper half of my body because then I could smell it. But then lower-half I used some other other body wash. I have two three body washes that had in the shower and then it also depends obviously like you share a couple of times a day maybe late at night instead of the stress. One lillies the sleep. They get tired and you stop please. You have asked only a couple of questions the entire week of a guest. And you've just ask Kenny Chesney. Hey Give me information about about how you shower. Also I have a follow up question. It's not I convey Sibley how tell me about your show airing habits but then a follow up question it. Billy's defend veg- you're there we're here we're sitting next to Kenny. And he's joining the commerce asset this little long the better as it wasn't really a question kept talking just wanted to tell out of more right into his card Stugatz this libertad show with STU GODS ON ESPN radio bill. Though Booker McFarland the average Did you say American or just person. curses eight times a day. Are you over or under that booger McFarland. I'm under that I. I am under that as well Kenny. Gee How about Kenny G. Booger Yeah Stop the plane. I love the way that Booger McFarland. Just looked at me like what was happening. I also so love the way that Stu gods just said booger as if he were jealous. That booger McFarland is near US near him. Billy also looked up and was made a little insane by the fact that that the the great sent of booger McFarland is a very upset. I mean listen I am sprinting. Back to the studio forget about Mooch. I mean there's a better go back there McFarland slowly just providing background music for all your banter Thank you Kenny. Gee We always appreciate that report ten. Let's do this. Let's do this if you don't mind I want to ask Booger McFarland. Just a couple of questions and so if you would be kind enough to just play some light in the background that might convey the right mood we would appreciate it and then I'll get back to you in a couple of minutes. It's if you don't mind so booger this season. What did you learn? What did you learn about the job that you didn't probably the speed at which the game moves and like that was not.
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"We now join our regularly scheduled program already in progress from there so how much data you paid off stage I paid off fifty four thousand dollars in debt and then in that amount of time three years and eight months also called cash flow to about twenty thousand dollars of other things that would have become debt had I not been on this great programs such as I had some car issues I am known for Dr invaders but I was the queen of debaters during this time I bought a Honda pilot well I had a Honda civic that I love up at three hundred twenty seven thousand miles on it before I got rid of it then I bought a Honda pilot I'm faithful to Honda I'm in it had about three hundred thousand miles when I got rid of it and then I bought a little trick and I have a Volkswagen Beetle that a family paid five thousand dollars for selected major upgrade yes I mean and mine a space ship or what I have an auxiliary port. three Tennessee. so fifty four thousand dollars in debt what kind of death well twenty five thousand of it was student loans I have all the degrees that Tennessee tech offers an associate from a run state community college and but after I started my job I work for East Tennessee state university as the associate professor and I just decided that I needed to I had started looking at that and then the perfect storm kind of happened in two thousand fifteen my mom had to file for bankruptcy my dad had filed when I was younger so I knew statistically that I was more likely to follow in their footsteps if I didn't get a plan my dad had started listening to your program and he's a big fan so I knew where to find the information so I just started following that also during that time I was dating a guy that had two teenage daughters and I was really thinking about what kind of example that I want to leave for them and it wasn't somebody with fourteen maxed out credit card. area very good and so what was your range of income during the three years nine months when I started the program I was making about fifty two thousand dollars and then last summer I taught summer school I taught a separate couple couple of summer school classes and I was up to seventy one thousand that time so you're currently a professor yes any teach what I teach in the college of education I teach literacy courses for our K. thirty five future teachers on our severe will campus of ETS you houses for I don't know that yeah we've only been open a couple of years but we're really growing down there excellent very cool good for you good for you so you kind of looked up and said the family tree needs to change as far as the money part goes and I need to be a better example and so you did it yes at the end it did kind of fifty four thousand dollars in cash flow twenty yes on top of that so seventy four thousand and three years and eight months about twenty five thousand dollars a year during that time which is about half your income through most of that show. regrettably you've lived on nothing well I can't say that I always made the perfect decisions but I really struggle with that because I'm a I'm single and and I just kept thinking a single woman can do this by and I know she can't yeah absolutely we don't have anybody to try to talk into action I get to get what I want to get yourself into every morning but you know there's nobody else you have to keep keep cracking the whip on or anything that's why the budget was so important during this process because I made a contract with myself every month when I wrote out that budget and you know once I hit baby step three sometimes I think do I have room for that and you still have to stay very committed to getting that money in there I can't go back to being Spender Stacey although that was sometimes button. well one day it is fun in the moment yeah but the long term pain that it brings is not worth the trade off that that's the problem so very very well done excellent excellent job very proud of you so good good job show up you tell people the key to getting out of that warms a budget because I kept your that your contract with yourself I like that phrase that's good phrase what thank you what else to tell people key to getting out of that is just remembering that you can do it and every day another day passes and you're one day closer to being out of debt I mean that's what I kept telling myself I'll that's how I approach when I was doing my doctorate and that's how I approach doing this I knew it was just gonna happen one day and I just had to remain faithful to the wonderful program that you have designed that helped me change my life way to go very very proud thanks Donald Miller for that. you know that phrase. okay my own hero that's good well your your your definitely a hero now who were your biggest cheerleaders I had a lot of people that were cheerleaders when you're so passionate about something you're gonna not gonna have a lot of detractors are that was my experience I can't say that everybody would have that but I had some really great co workers who also follow the plan and I got out before I did out of that before I did but they were really good cheerleaders and I knew if they could do it that I could also do it and we just encourage each other I would also talk to my students about the journey that I was on because we're all taught public school and I thought that my retirement plan could be my future husband that wasn't a good point so I think that they need their own plan a man a man that's wells. very cool well stays your fun fun and congratulations again were really really proud of you we got a point I forgot to say the reason I'm wearing a slasher today is in that perfect storm of two thousand fifteen I had this ticket this the slash play in Chicago and I didn't have enough money on all my maxed out credit cards to afford one more night I was in a conference up in Chicago I didn't have enough money on my my SAT credit cards to pay off one night to go see slash in Chicago so I kept this ticket and about six weeks ago I saw him at the Ryman look into it wow that's cool so that's why I'm in casual clothes that work perfect now I think that's a great story that's very important stuff very well done so back to back track a second so when you first got connected to us how did you get connected us well originally my dad light your books and your program so Allen bears to say it I I mean I'm not embarrassed to say I had this but even back in nineteen ninety six I had financial peace on the cassette tape and I listen to it and why did not apply that to my life in ninety six now but that's the original way I got connected but I always knew and would listen to and.
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"Good afternoon. It is five o'clock. I'm Pamela furr. With your top stories the city of Nashville and the police officer accused of shooting Daniel Hambrecht to death are being sued by Hamburg's family for thirty million dollars. Seventeen says the wrongful death lawsuit was filed this morning in US district accord in Nashville, the families, basically claiming that Hamburg was killed because he is black lawsuit lists that claim that some Nashville police officers referred to black citizens has thugs then referred to midtown as Baghdad Ken Weaver. WTN new metro police have responded to the lawsuit saying in a statement, the department takes strong issue with his inflammatory attack on the department as a whole our officers and our training academy. You want to see the entire statement? Just go to our social media pages. Democrat Bill Freeman says he will not run for Nashville mayor in the August first election. He was considered by many, the only potential candidates strong enough to beat incumbent. David Briley Freeman. Ran for mayor once before he lost to make berry. He says he's not running for personal reasons. And it was the hardest decision to not run. Ethiopian state media reports the black box from Sunday's doomed Boeing seven three seven max aid has been found. The opium airlines flight crashed just minutes after takeoff from the capital killing all one hundred fifty seven people on board. Eight Americans on board that flight and by the way, one student from east Tennessee State university as well. Now to Capitol Hill. President Trump's reported comment that Democrats hate Jewish people as relayed by donors at a closed fundraiser at mar Largo or mar-a-lago that is stirring things up in Washington. The president accused Democrats are being anti Jewish and anti Israel Friday when leaving for more a long ago, but hours later, the axios political website reports, Mr. Trump told a fundraising audience, the Democrats hate Jewish people press secretary, Sarah Sanders, Kelly Democrats. Jewish people had a lot of opportunities over the last few weeks to condemn so comments, the president laid out clearly his position on this matter. Democrats have had a number of opportunities to condemn specific comments that have refused to do that house. Democrats could not agree on a resolution criticising freshman Ilan, Omar for anti semitic remarks..
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"For college and the payoff debts. They incurred go to college. That's why I'm offering these three proposals today. First simplifying the FAFSA. The cumbersome FAFSA is the major impediment to low income students going to college in the United States today. They and their parents are intimidated by the complexity are wary of the government form and don't see why they should have to give the department of education information, they've already given to the Internal Revenue Service, the former president of southwest community college in Memphis told me he believes he loses fifteen hundred students each semester because of the complexity of the FAFSA now, again, this is a state where tuition is free. If you just fill out, the faster a woman who was mentored with Tennessee's free tuition program the Tennessee promise program. So the complex form has a quote chilling effect. Intimidating parents who may themselves have never attended college and have no experience navigating the process and over and over again, I've had families. Tell me I've already given this information wants to the federal government one I've paid my taxes. Why do I have to do that? Again, once ought to be enough to make matters worse. There's the verification process that I mentioned earlier the stops the payments of Pell grants, while the families scrambles to resubmit tax information again, and the government checks to make sure that every single dot. And cross letter is accurate. I recently talked with another administrator from south west community college in Memphis who told me that one third of the applicants who put down the school as an option on there. The application were selected for this verification process last fall and a student where over sixty percent of students receive Pell grants is a huge burden. This is happening all across our state, president of east Tennessee State university. The other end of Tennessee told me that one third of his students who receive federal financial aid were subjected to this verification process this year. So I have two proposals to simplify the FAFSA. The first is Senator Jones of Alabama. And I along with Senator Bennett who's worked with me on this for several years and Senator.
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"Now, more of the Tennessee star report with Steve dill and Michael Patrick layhee. And welcome back in. This is the Tennessee star report. Steve Gill, Michael Patrick layhee here with you late night. But we're here we we make we make close, but we never does seven three seven nine five two to the phone number winners and losers. A couple in doubt throw out a couple and feel free to dive in with with your thoughts of who were big winners and big losers last night. The the Republicans in Tennessee in the state house looks like they picked up maybe a net of one or maybe a net loss of one, but super majorities retained by the state house in the state Senate in Tennessee, despite through the Democrats making their big claims of a Blue Wave, and they were recruiting more candidates and spending more money. Liberal extremists Mary Mancini and Mark Brown have have run the Tennessee Democratic Party into the ground. And I was doing channel to last night with Bruce Dobie, and he was shell shocked by the numbers, the margin that Bresson and Kharaldine got defeated. Just absolutely drubbed. And how do you set up? A forward movement for the Democratic Party in Tennessee. The left is going to say, we ran moderates and see what happened and the is they ran moderates with Tennessee's conservative, and the Tennessee Democratic Party is apparently gonna move even more socialist to the left which will not bode well for Tennessee Democrats, or for the state of Tennessee, y'all have a competitive two party system. If you're going to bring out the best in the political arena, and the Democrats have just vacated the field as we saw those numbers. So for for Glenn Kasinga who was a driving force for for the house. They lost Eddie Smith over Knoxville lost Gloria Johnson in a in a race. They've been going back and forth. And it's been it's been close. Every time. Tommy Vallejo's did not win up in in the Clarksville area. Clarksville is turning a little bit more blue than I think a lot of folks would would like, and they did not pick up that one coach bird in western ac-, prevailed one the Democrats left they were going to pick that seat up. Craig fitzhugh vacating his seat to run for governor Republicans picked up. That one. So the Republican supermajority rains in in effect, and Glenn Kasinga Robin Smith and their team. Did did a great job. We'll talk more about polling and pollsters got absolutely obliterated here. Tennessee east Tennessee State university middle Tennessee State university. Vanderbilt polls built so far off the Mark awful. Again, what they need to just disband their minds department in the polling business. They could focus all their the resources on maybe football at vandy instead seven three seven nine five two two other big loser. By the way, Taylor swift yet another man she picks turns out to be a disappointment seven three seven nine five two. Let's go to next Wayne, you're on the Tennessee star report with Steve Geller, Michael Patrick layhee. Hi, guys. I haven't even heard this soft on the national level. But I'm Anne how many Republican congressman retired and did not run with forty something was about forty which opened up a lot of open seats in districts that were lean blue or that Hillary Clinton had carried. That's why the it was almost a guarantee that the Democrats were going to pick up the Twenty-three they needed just because we had vacated seats that we could not hang onto as Republicans in districts that that they were going to pick up. Here's the good news, though, two years from now with Nancy Pelosi in Maxine Waters in the nitwit crazy loonies running their show. I think you'll get a forty to fifty seat. Swing back with Donald Trump on the ballot. And today and tomorrow, I may take today off in the next couple of days. I wanna go through those house seats that the Democrats one where are the ones that they won by two points or less, and that's the twenty or thirty Republicans need start targeting about Thursday. Yeah. You know, you look at the power historically of the incumbent, and it's more done. No matter who it is where you are. So those forty stayed in it in ruin yeah. We took some losses, but they only they only gain a majority by three votes for three feet. So Republicans probably have hung on had all of those people not retired for whatever reason. But so it's really not it's clearly not a referendum against President Trump is just the fact that so many Republicans stepped down at this election. That's really the issue. But that's not going to be talked about it. They don't claim victory if they credit and. When it wasn't deserving. Donald Trump carried the day. There would have been a serious Blue Wave if Donald Trump had not gone out and made the election about Donald Trump. That's how Republicans picked up seats in the Senate. It's how they they reduced the number of seats that the Democrats took they're gonna end up about thirty three thirty four net gain. So they're gonna have about a twenty point gap with ten ten more than they need to surpass the to eighteen or so so they're going to have a small minority and keep in mind, you have about twenty five Democrats who've said they're not gonna vote for Nancy Pelosi. So is the first thing they do when they go to Washington prove themselves to be liars or do they go to Washington and improved a Nancy Pelosi? They can't be counted. Upon either way, it's not a good move for them. I'll tell you when the other big losers Wayne Republicans lost a lot of governors races and the governor's races. They should have one. Now, where we're Donald Trump went in like, Georgia, and Florida and other states he saved the day looks. Like Republicans may pick up Connecticut, which would be a huge win. But lost seats Ohio was a big win. Because as you looked at twenty twenty that matters but Republicans lost congressional or lost governors races. Do you know who was running the Republican congressional or the Republican governors campaign nationally? Bill Hasler Bill has lem. You know, he's the one that helped us take it in the shorts in those governor's races. His campaign team didn't do what what should have been done to win. Those governor's races. Positive things. Jane was.
"east tennessee state university" Discussed on MSNBC Morning Joe
"Winning in Pennsylvania and Wisconsin, then I'll Senate races in two thousand sixteen. All right, turning to Arizona Republican. Pollster the Trafalgar group found finds the democratic congressman. Here's congresswoman Kirsten cinema ahead of Republican Martha mcsally fifty to forty seven percent that's close and in the Tennessee US Senate race that looked like he'd been slipping away from Democrats. That was surprising new poll from east Tennessee State university conducted in late October found the Republican House member, Marsha Blackburn, tied with the former very popular democratic governor. This of course, is what brought us Edison, and. political historians in the future. We'll call the Taylor swift effect. Forty four percent to forty four percent Bredesen's has done something really interesting Heidi. He is distanced himself from the National Democratic Party whenever he felt like distancing himself during credit party during the cavenaugh hearings the way they've been handling themselves. Nationally. He is he is uniquely independent. You don't usually hear somebody. That's a member of a party is openly critical of the party. Unless of course, they're Claire mccaskill, and then she just called some people in our own party. Crazy. Right. What you're saying this and number of races as well. Jos? I went around to different districts at the local level for House Democrats who are running in these more conservative districts that they are trying to distance themselves from the national party there. For instance, not at all shy about saying that they don't support Nancy Pelosi, which was the case when I visited Virginia seven so this should not be a race. As far as Tennessee is concerned. If Bredesen's pulls it out there, then I think we are truly looking at a wave election because Republicans have already pretty much counted out a lot of these rust belt states where Trump carried them like Pennsylvania the governor's race. There is pretty much gone. The governor's race in Michigan is pretty much gone. And so we're moving into the Republican rock ribbed territory here, I think we are looking at a wave election to see this. Close again, like we said in the previous segment, it's hard to know. How accurate this polling is because it does seem to swing on a day-to-day basis? But if Bredesen's pulls it out that's going to be pretty surprising. I think Tennessee and Texas. Republicans have to be the odds on favourite that said you've got to close poll there may be an outlier, but you have beta within three points in an Emerson poll this past week Republicans, of course, mocking him. Consistently. But if the Democrats are going to take back the Senate, they've got they've got to win North Dakota, Tennessee or Texas. We'll talk to Texas races is hotter than a dog on the fourth of July in Rila, exactly. So I think that. But Democrats are hoping for a Blue Wave tomorrow and political experts say Virginia could be one of the early indicators of that Heidi Priscilla will have that new reporting next morning chat joining us now, former aide to the George Bush White House and state departments that leads Jordan. At least we're going to get to you on your recent conversation with voters about a few Trump's midterm stances and just a moment. But first Heidi you spoke with voters in Virginia's seventh congressional district about that race. What did you hear right make us? So if there is legitimately going to be a Blue Wave analysts, tell me one of the first places that we should look on Tuesday night is Virginia's seventh congressional district. That's these bedroom communities around Richmond that have not gone blue since Nixon..
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"Wow. Excellent Becky such you're such an amazing. Musician how many instruments you? Play mainly, three but I Don paddle on a lot of other ones When you come out to one of. Our. Shows. You'll. See me play fiddle and claw hammer. Banjo and guitar but I? Also play, bass and mandolin started with piano lessons as well right I do on fiddle classical, violin claw hammer banjo do songwriting and vocalisations, as well and. I have a few bay students and guitar students one mandolin student right. Now But I only? Have ki- kind of cut back on. My teaching because the touring has been keeping. Me busy so just teaching on Tuesdays and Wednesdays both. Online via Skype or FaceTime Oh that's so high tech Also via a well not via here in. Manchester. At my music studio wow so to to be able to take lessons, from an. IBM award winner that's pretty. That's, pretty gravy right there Yeah it's a folks can find. Out more about that on my website Becky Buller dot, com and and all the lesson Infos there again along with our complete tour schedule, and information about the band and our music videos. I. Just had a music video come out the August I and it's featuring, myself and. Sam Bush in Sam Bush Legendary mandolin and fiddle player in. Bluegrass music but also in the greater Americana world playing, with Emmylou Harris his band the Nash the new grass revival And of course now he has the Sam Bush. Band but he guested with, me on my brand new record crepe paper heart and we did a duet just the two of us me playing claw hammer, banjo him play mandolin and we're singing. A song that I wrote with Tony Rakkli called the rebel. In the rose that I think, it's awful party but please check out the music video I will hopefully by. The time the, y'all are hearing this I'll have it on. My, website but it is on on YouTube and. We've, got it on Facebook and paper check it out and, the album, is, called. Crepe paper heart, some I just I'm not a music instrument person I I could barely play the radio and which is ironic you know. Radio right so I really really admire folks with your level of creativity and you just picked up? The, violent, and just started playing boom like. That how many songs, do you have memorized in your head that, you can just play on a whim oh oh probably more, than I'd, let on, I have no idea Lots, and lots I've been playing most. Of my young life So. You have an amazing brain I thank you That's amazing She's cute as a button. To folks I don't know if you can if it comes through, on radio but when you go to check out, her video Cues Manchester's, musical sweetheart Becky Buller? Alright so one more time Somerville this Saturday what time, it's from four to seven PM, dinnertime of course because it's a bitch fried what am I right and it's right out there behind. The summit view Ville United Methodist Church. Summit Ville Tennessee and it's going to be rain or shine will, be under the really awesome Phelps pavilion back there And it's. Ten dollars a plate for adults five, dollars a plate, for kids. Twelve. And under all proceeds go, to the. Water project? And you'll be hearing some bluegrass gospel, music from, myself in the Becky Buller, band I've got a? Killer lineup of musicians with me Nedal Ned Liberace on the banjo professor Dan Boehner of, east Tennessee State university on the tar Nate Lee on the mandolin we call him the human adverb Dwayne Anderson on. The base well it sounds like a great time great entertainment.
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"east tennessee state university" Discussed on Science... sort of
"You're listening to science sort of episode, two hundred eighty seven. Our theme this week is descent into madness, joining me Ryan, how to talk about things that are science, things that are science and things that wish they were science is failing. Tala just will Harris. And also joining me is pantley onto Allah. Gist Davis Cotto. Hello, David, David, fine. David's fine. Okay. So you to, we're going to talk about this later in the show, but you are the host of the common descent podcast. Yes, we are indeed, and unlike science sort of which just flirts around with all the different branches of science. You guys are more specifically paleontology podcast production. Yeah, that's definitely where our focus is. We will branch out every now and then into the the topics that regularly pop up within that field. But it's it's mostly focusing on paleo. Cool. Well, we're going to talk more about your show and its its role in the science podcast averse in a minute. But I, I just wanna ask you who the hell you think you are. And we get that a lot. As I understand for my extensive research, the two of you met and became friends while east Tennessee State university correct at university that has produced more guests for our podcast than maybe any other. Interestingly enough, a. Who else has been on the podcast of our earliest guests we got on was a fella. You might know by the name of Dr Blaine Schubert, hey, I met him. We have that guy episode eighteen way back in the day. It's a willa believe he was your adviser while you ready TSU. Yes, he was my adviser. I was studying alligators under him, and so we worked on the stealth. So we're going to start with you then, and can you tell us a little bit about, you know, maybe your introduction into wanting to study paleontology, and then what led you to the master's program and ET's you? Absolutely. So my intro to paleontology itself goes way way back. I I said, I wanted to be a paleontologist. My parents will quote when I was five. So I was one of those. I learned the word from one of my books. I said, and then I would continually tell that to people when they would ask me, what do you want to be when you grow up? And I'd say a paleontologist in the sweet lady at the checkout kinda go, oh, and. That is. And so that was that was me all the way up through college. I even when I was dabbling other stuff, I was always heading this direction and I discovered EDS you actually through one of my professors who had volunteered at the museum and at the dig site when she was studying and headed, they are because it was it was the, I did not know there was a as close to me while I was growing up in Georgia headed to gray fossil site on a senior project thought it was awesome in applied for the masters program as soon as I was graduating and it ended up there the at right after graduation. So where were you undergrad somewhere in Georgia sudden it'll tiny, tiny college north Georgia called young Harris college. We had about eight hundred students total and anybody you could walk across campus and ten minutes. So your last name is Harris. So is this like your. Start this college? Yeah, joke that technically would be my brother. Yeah, it was in young hares college in young Harris, Georgia because teeny tiny, tiny. It's just it was thirty minutes from North Carolina and just a little liberal arts college, but it was close to home. It was a small campus which I actually liked more than a big campus and got to meet the right people evidently to get me to EDS. You nice. And I guess we should provide some context for why TSU has this robust and prolific masters program. And I know we've probably talked about this on the show before, but issue has taken charge of the gray fossil site, which is this amazingly productive fossil site in east Tennessee up in the mountains outside Johnson city near the town of gray, Tennessee. If you can believe such a thing and it's it's a site that was found when they were building a highway bypass and the story as I tell it and you guys. Have actually attended there..
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"Am the answer call from telling me she was then she didn't know what to do she was all alone i everybody you're listening to the dennis prager show well article in the new york times today about how many socialists are running now for office are running for office now that'd be better members of the democratic socialist party of america and let's see for example rather than shy away from being called a socialist a word conservatives have long wheel that as a slur candidates like mr bynum is that was the houston judge or embracing the label he is among dozens of democratic socialists of america running for running in this fall's midterms for office around the country at nearly every level in hawaii chemi inga's state representative is running for congress gayle mclaughlin a former mayor of richmond california's running to be the state's lieutenant governor in tennessee dennis prater i'll be like that poor guy i wonder if name is sometimes confused with buying he must kill him an adjunct professor at east tennessee state university is running to be a county commissioner outrage over rising inequality has simmered for years that's that's it that's why have a left gains power everywhere that's how shoppers was elected in venezuela and now everybody's poor virtually country isn't shambles i don't i don't have outrage over rising inequality and it's not because i have more money than most americans of course i do i mean most many of you listening do probably half at least half of you no i but when i had when i was on the other half of the spectrum i felt this it didn't bother me that people had more money than me it bothered being if i was not able to earn more money that's what matters the existence of others who are richer is is never registered in me morally or emotionally i'll give them the left does that's that's what they care about they don't they don't fight evil they find any quality outrage over rising inequality has simmered for years erupting into the occupy wall street movement and the ground swell of support for senator bernie sanders a self described democratic socialist but it was the election of.
"east tennessee state university" Discussed on On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts
"A musical over uh i'd say yes uh is the very short answer that's terrific well listen elizabeth will pro uh musician featured on the grammynominated album big ben killing thanks so much for joining us and thanks so much for singing your voices beautiful thank you for having me ted olson music historian professor of appalachian studies at east tennessee state university he's the producer of the grammynominated album big ben killing the appalachian valid tradition ted thanks for being with us to pleasure thank you john you can continue the conversation and get the on point podcasts at our website on point radio dot org and you can follow us on twitter and find us on facebook at on point radio i'm going to go out with the parting glass by rosie and cash it's an old world song of departure from the album big ben killing john harwood in this is on dang to stay but sanders said is should rise and you should nuns i june to leave iran sends saw fleeing good knives and and i am b u you good night and john j b u s u on point is a production of w b you are boston and n p r.
"east tennessee state university" Discussed on On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts
"Now joining me now from asheville north carolina is ted olson he's a music historian and professor of appalachian studies at east tennessee state university he's produced and written liner notes for many documentary albums of appalachian music the latest album he produced big ben killing the appalachian ballot tradition is nominated for a grammy for best album notes ted welcomed on point glad to be here john thank you uh ted first of all let me establish my kinship with you uh geographically i've got family in asheville and wayne's ville spent a lot of time uh at lake journalists co uh which you may be familiar with nearby there um and i i guess i'd want to start by asking you how you got into the area of specialisation that you did how how did appalachian ballads become your thing well i grew up during the appalachian uh kind of full revival which was kinda sub said of the american folk music urban revival in the '60s and '70s and i actually grew up in washington d c where a lot of ex pat appalachian people had relocated and i met a number of appalachian musicians such as soda hazel dickins send john jackson and some others and these folks saying appalachian music and ballots were the shall we say the johner of music that they kept alive in their lives that can that i connected with because those ballots told ageold stories that i felt were quite timeless in universal and so though i use a coal drew their music pulled me here exactly and as an educator i feel that so our wonderful teaching opportunity to younger generations to learn about a history and culture and values sin and such so ballads are timeless are you yourself a musician imi performed over the years in a number of venues around the united states and quite heavily round appalachian iaaf for a number of years was one of the few singer is i suppose at some of the blue grass festivals that i've performed who specialized in ballots.
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