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LL Cool J, Carole King, Tina Tuner inducted into Rock Hall
"The rock and roll hall of fame has inducted and eclectic class of musicians for twenty twenty one for a show that will be broadcast on HBO on November twentieth marches are a letter with the latest it's Eminem performing with LL cool J. for L. L.'s induction into the rock call Todd Rundgren was a no show for his well Tina Turner accepted by video noting that if she's still getting the words of the age of eighty one she must be doing something right fighters performed with Paul McCartney for their induction Carole King gets in for a second time JZ is in the first time on the ballot Belinda Carlisle and Gina Schock agogo say they're amazed they were ever considered we had no idea what you're doing when we started in nineteen seventy eight so and here we are I don't know what we don't know
The Daily Wire's Matt Walsh Discusses the Firing of Football Coach Jon Gruden
"Matt Walsh from the daily wire Welcome back to the show Thanks for taking the time with us today We appreciate it Hey Dan thanks for having me Yeah you got it So Matt this situation with Jon Gruden the Las Vegas Raiders coach You know is this the new standard You're one of the best commentators out there on the ongoing culture war against us which we didn't ask for by the way I mean is this the new standard you send an email ten years ago with some crappy language in it I mean really if all of us had our emails from the last ten years disclosed publicly I mean we'd all be fired and part two of the question if I may You know they have a M and M Matt performing at the halftime of the Super Bowl show What do you think his emails Yeah Eminem we don't have to look at his emails and we just look at the lyrics that a song these performed for the public and millions of dollars and same for Dr. Dre snoop dog they're all performing And they're going to perform some of those very songs where they use the language that John Gruden just got fired for using And that's why I agree with you I mean look any of the people who are pretending to be offended by John Green's email I would encourage any of them I challenge any of them to just publish their Gmail password and let us comb through it We'll keep it in your loan go back farther than that I promise But let us look through ten years of messages and give us your text messages to have you never in ten years said one message send one message with a content Of course that's not the case And that's why we have to understand what's happening here with Jon Gruden This is prosecuting by mob tribunal a thought crime This is the problem is the thought that he express it's almost no different Like if the canceled mom I've had the ability the technology to actually literally read your mind They would eagerly do it and they would cancel you for things you haven't even said out loud There's only one step removed from that and canceling someone for a private email sent from their private email account to a friend who was not offended by it I mean it's the definition of a victimless
Dre, Snoop, Eminem, Blige, Lamar to perform at Super Bowl
"The orders for the Super Bowl halftime show have been named thank top heavy production at this year's Superbowl halftime show that's because the NFL and roc nation say the line up will include some heavy use in the hip hop world with doctor dray Snoop Dogg Eminem and Mary J. Blige and Kendrick Lamar all performing at the game which will be held at so five stadium in Inglewood California that's a shout out for Snoop gray and Lamar all of whom are California natives in a statement dresses during the Superbowl halftime show and to do it in his own backyard no less will be one of the biggest throws of his career the Superbowl returns to the Los Angeles area for the first time since nineteen ninety three I'm Oscar wells Gabriel
"eminem" Discussed on KOMO
"Are the real estate Fans got a surprise when the real slim shady delivered their food at his new spaghetti restaurant The rapper just opened that new restaurant in Detroit called mom's spaghetti and the line of Eminem fans just stretched for blacks and blacks at the grand opening last night What they didn't know though was that the first ten orders would be served by yep the rapper himself The M and M stands were clearly elated as they took selfies with the hip hop star One was in tears saying Eminem even gave her a hug and signed her spaghetti container That's not what I put on my spaghetti containers It's usually like this is Rick's hands off Hey peloton instructor Cody rigsby is testing positive for COVID following his Dancing with the Stars partners diagnosis the professional ballroom dancer chopper revealed she had to break through case before Monday night's live episode and the judges scored the couples rehearsal video now Rigby says he's also tested positive despite being vaccinated said he had COVID earlier this year and his only experiencing mild symptoms this time it's unclear if they'll be allowed to compete next week It's 6 28 If you love scratches from the Virginia lottery you'll have a $70 million explosion scratch or loaded with prizes from 100 to $600 drop your nearest favorite Virginia lottery retailer Now that's an everyday win Honda winning any prize winning 9.13 Okay we're at home with Jen who is taking out the trash That's right and goodness Look at that designer sweater and jeans combo She is nailing that cozy casual look Oh she's opening the can And the trash is in she is working that driveway Well with Marshall's amazing prices on designer fall fashion no one can blame her for feeling this Fabio Wow Just look at that lipstick Better get to Marshalls I'm leaving right now Fabulous brands.
Discussing Paddy Pimblett's Intriguing Potential Future Matchups
"I'm really intrigued about the patty pimple potential matches patty pinball versus grand dawson from our friend brennan nunez. We're going to start up with him. Grand dawson getting ready to fight. Diego fajita on october seconds So if he loses. Maybe do that. But i do not want to see patty pimlott in there with a guy. Like grant dawson right now. Just no no slow. Build grand is a very dangerous guy. maybe someday couple more wins. We see we can start talking about that but no we can't do that Rowntree versus ahlberg. Don't mind that aspen. Also till versus Riot hall and then brunson versus cannon here. I have a feeling we're going to see a lot of those. So if i see that again. i probably won't read it again. Patty family versus jamie malarkey. Lot of patty pin love Poppy underscore brian's Molly mccann versus miranda maverick ak eminem. Eminem hashtag on. I'll work that out. Yeah yeah Patty the body versus. I know i mentioned malarkey. But milwaukee's getting ready to fight devante smith so maybe the winner of
Interiors With Shannon of One-Man Shop Handbuilt Custom Interiors
"Every year booth. Ziemba people traditionally stop by you know. Try out machines you know. Ask about our machines. Check out some of the supplies. I even have one or two that. Ask for me specifically since you've been helping me and part of the anc team. I actually have taken on a new job in my sima booth. And i'd like to pretty much call back interiors by shannon's press secretary. Nobody gets s four more and no lights at least five times a day. I think i think it helps that. That's on the different side of the united states. And that you know. I'm not seeing on that. Side of the united states is much so you know i'll just put it that way. Yeah it's definitely a feather in your cap. Let's dive into the work here. I know you do just about everything by hand. No lasers no crazy contraptions machines. No cnc cutters or anything like that yet. You're interiors stand up real well. Real tall to just about anybody Why is it so important for you to have your interiors all done by hand. That's the way i taught myself how to do it. You know I went to school. I went to a poster school which was a furniture school and i went two years for their. I thought i was just going to go for a short time and then leave and then maybe go work for shop. But i ended up staying in the whole two years i i went and spent one day with eminem and y s. Amazing what you can learn in one day. So i've always been you know real eminem hot rods. Yes yes sir. M hot rod a payment later. Nice people they have arise as well and I've always been real courteous on people. Come into my shop. Also you know if they don't work if they don't hurt my schedule allow let them calm.
Interview With Angela Yee of the Breakfast Club Radio Show
"Thanks for joining us angela. Thank you thank you tracy. I've no these are like sometimes difficult topics to disguise. I the platform that we have to talk about. Especially right now. Is something that i've been having to think about a lot. We're super excited to just to start like the breakfast club. It's a radio show new york that's become incredibly popular is so fast that even myself like i grew up and i live in california. Even i know about it so i guess just to start off. My question is why radio. Can you walk us through your journey and how you got started well. Radio was never something that i pursued. I was working in marketing. And i was working for m. and m's clothing line and so eminem was starting his own radio station on. Sirius caused shea forty five and so i approached them about doing marketing serious. If they could possibly plug me in To be able to get a job in that department and there was an opening on the morning show that they had just started they were looking for a woman as a co host. And so i was able to audition and get that opportunity. So that's how radio even started from. And i think that you know once you started doing something like that. It does become very addictive. So i started off as a complete like less than amateur and then i think doing something like that every single day. You'll get better at it and so it was just really like being in morning. radio bootcamp.
How Eminem Helped Save Detroit
"The year is two thousand eleven. The event super bowl forty-five the pittsburgh steelers versus the green bay packers. Aaron rodgers was mvp. Christina aguilera sang the national anthem. The black eyed peas performed the halftime show in truly fergus. Fashion it was peak. Two thousand ten's in every way but the biggest moment of the event was an epic two minute commercial titled born of fire better known by its catchphrase imported from detroit as marshall eminem. Mathers drives a chrysler. Two hundred through darkly lit detroit streets and an instrumental version of his song. Lose yourself plays in the background. A gritty male voice growls. What does a town. That's been to hell and back know about the finer things in life will. I'll tell you more than most you see. It's the hottest fires that make the hardest steel and hard work and conviction and the know how that runs generations deep in every last one of us that we. That's our story now. It's probably not the one you've been reading in the papers. The one being written by folks who've never even pin here don't know what we're capable of marshall. Eminem mathers parks chrysler outside. Detroit's fox theater inside a black choir. Ads their voices to the music from the stage as marshall walks down the isle onstage. The rapper turns the cameron. Says this is the motor city and this is what we do. The what we do was clear. Detroit has always been the center of american car manufacturing. But how did the city get to the point of needing a super bowl ad to sell itself. What was the helen. Back referenced in the ad and what was the story written in the papers. It was false then. Was there a true version. Ready to be uncovered
The Past, Present and Future of mRNA Vaccines
"When i called up margaret had a lot of questions for her about 'em are in apec so we started at the beginning. I was thinking margaret. I wanna do a little bit of a history of like how long this technology's been around and if you don't know like the super details of that that's that's totally fine. Do know the super details because ali written scientific papers about it s okay. I'm these ing. Okay now a lot of scientists have worked on marnie vaccine's over the years philip. Feltner catalan carrico. Drew weisman just to name a few. The work really started in the seventies but it wasn't until the nineties that scientists are testing out. The first marinate vaccines in mice. Most vaccines like the flu. Shot or whooping cough vaccine use bits and pieces or weakened form of the virus or bacterium to build up immunity but the amarna vaccines are not a whole virus. Or a whole. What you're putting in is a piece of just a piece of coding sequence. That then has your body make that single protein for instance one of the corona viruses proteins causes an immune response. That will protect you later when your body encounters the real thing. So that's the idea but there were two challenges researchers had deal with to get to where we are now with. Mri vaccines one challenge. Was that the. Mr is very and gets degraded very quickly and so it doesn't last very long and so the first challenge that has had to be overcome was to find the right way to formulate it. So i'd like to think of this as eminem so if you were to hold plain chocolate in your hands that chocolate would melt because your hands warm and so what happened was eminem's are away putting a candy coating around it so that you can now hold them in your hands. And it doesn't melt. So that's what scientists kinda
Eminem releases new song after a TikTok campaign tries to 'cancel' him
"And Eminem has responded to cancel culture with a new video. Now he didn't make a new song. But he did come with the video for a song The already written on his new album, music to be It was called Music to be murdered by and the song is called Tone Deaf Now the song and the chorus goes, I can't understand a word you say I'm tone deaf. I think this is why I prefer to stay. I'm tone deaf. I won't stop even when my hair turns gray. I'm tone deaf because they won't stop until they cancel me. So there's been some obviously people coming out lately with with some of his lyrics in the past, trying to say that he needs to be canceled, But he's kind of saying No, no, thank you. Yeah, there he is. Eminem, Eminem showing it to the
Gathering Data for Zero Trust
"So today's topic is trust or beyond corporal. Max what are these terms. What is zero trust what is beyond corp. So this goes back about twelve years or so when google had two fundamental reimagining of how we do security inside our company and the effort was called beyond corp because it was an effort to move beyond a corporate network. We had to go past the idea that you're either inside the corporate network and thus you can get access to the things and we presume that you are safe or you're outside and have no access at all like when you're working from home or from starbucks and we realized this was a problem for a host of different reasons as we started changing things more recently. Zero trust has become the meam the term and these efforts. And it really just means. I don't implicitly. Trust my network. And i'm a big fan of beyond corp a big fan of zero trust. I do think they both get thrown around broadly and can be very confusing when people often will say them but mean different things so it's great to define our terms here and dig into it a little bit so this is really the move away from enterprises being a crunchy exterior with soft. Julian said yes. No more eminem's more eggs is about abandoning perimeter security. It's about contextual access. It's about testing each and every time. Somebody tries to get to a resource whether that's a website. A database of the vm. And checking do. I actually trust max enough to let him in right now. I think the broad definition is something risk because frankly experience i've encountered people who say trust means you can trust anything and frankly this is false because you obviously need to trust the cia system itself you have to trust identity to trust endpoint data. So let's go have a discussion. About what else must be used announcement to trust it for zero trisystem to build a chain of trust completely and with beyond corp in the way we've decided to implement zero trusted google. You do have to start somewhere so often. That means you're starting with a trust in some of the information you have about your people because you've assembled it yourself having hired them and some information that you have about their computers which are getting from agents a frequent challenge. I get there is. What if the agent gets compromised. Then what do i trust. You don't wanna place all your trust in just one agent or one data source but what we do is gathering information about the devices that employees are using and we have information already about the employees. Right i know max. He's in new york. He works in engineering. And so that gives me a way to design a system that can grant or deny access based on that data. And i trust that data because i know where it came from. I know how i got it. And i have other data sources to corroborate it so that useful to talk about the root of trust in a system like this. What's the real root of trust. What must be trusted. Otherwise the whole thing collapses. I mean you trust it. I'm not an alien and human form feeding information to my overlords sin orbit the moon. But you have to trust some level of egypt based data about your devices right. I'm not in everybody's house right now as we work from home checking on their computer and a half to trust something that i'm getting back where the vets from crumbs verification whether it's from crowd strike or whatever it is i need that device identity and device meta data and i have to trust my. Hr system right hover tracking all these people and the groupings. Tim says he's in product management Really trust that that's true. I mean i could go check but if someone had access to the way we track. Employees had that had been compromised. that's definitely going to derail miser. Trust system for sure this was substantially line identities being accurate and correct so that means probably multi factor indications neither the actual identity should be attached to the right people and peoples would be grouped in the right way to me. This is probably the second big part of what i would call. Route of trust. Trust is identity not just device date exactly and the reason. I don't just trust tim to say who he is is that he's also antiquated with a strong second factor. So that it's very hard for someone to spoof or fish or otherwise impersonate his identity. And that's an important part of the whole chain of trust in the way beyond corp. Zero trust implementations should work. Sounds like we really got three pieces of trust here not zero trust. We've got identity trust. We've got multi factor trust and we've got device station trust so not zero trust. Yeah and i think identity is something i would maybe break out into a couple pieces. Is this actually max or someone pretending to be him. And then there's is max in the right groupings right. Did he get the right entitlements that he inherited by the factor of being in cloud or being an engineer under being developer relations. So yes and. I think it's good to point out the second factor that i am definitely trusting the strong authentication of choice. And without that this whole system falls apart if you have weak or officiapl authentication mechanisms. Please don't even try to zero trust. You have bigger fish to fry and you need to do it right now.
Gathering Data for Zero Trust
"Our guest today. Is max salt. Install a developer advocate here at google cloud. Max thank you so much for joining us today. We are stoked to have you on the podcast. And i think we will get right into it. So today's topic is trust or beyond corporal. Max what are these terms. What is zero trust what is beyond corp. So this goes back about twelve years or so when google had two fundamental reimagining of how we do security inside our company and the effort was called beyond corp because it was an effort to move beyond a corporate network. We had to go past the idea that you're either inside the corporate network and thus you can get access to the things and we presume that you are safe or you're outside and have no access at all like when you're working from home or from starbucks and we realized this was a problem for a host of different reasons as we started changing things more recently. Zero trust has become the meam the term and these efforts. And it really just means. I don't implicitly. Trust my network. And i'm a big fan of beyond corp a big fan of zero trust. I do think they both get thrown around broadly and can be very confusing when people often will say them but mean different things so it's great to define our terms here and dig into it a little bit so this is really the move away from enterprises being a crunchy exterior with soft. Julian said yes. No more eminem's more eggs is about abandoning perimeter security. It's about contextual access. It's about testing each and every time. Somebody tries to get to a resource whether that's a website. A database of the vm. And checking do. I actually trust max enough to let him in right now. I think the broad definition is something risk because frankly experience i've encountered people who say trust means you can trust anything and frankly this is false because you obviously need to trust the cia system itself you have to trust identity to trust endpoint data. So let's go have a discussion. About what else must be used announcement to trust it for zero trisystem to build a chain of trust completely and with beyond corp in the way we've decided to implement zero trusted google. You do have to start somewhere so often. That means you're starting with a trust in some of the information you have about your people because you've assembled it yourself having hired them and some information that you have about their computers which are getting from agents a frequent challenge. I get there is. What if the agent gets compromised. Then what do i trust. You don't wanna place all your trust in just one agent or one data source but what we do is gathering information about the devices that employees are using and we have information already about the employees. Right i know max. He's in new york. He works in engineering. And so that gives me a way to design a system that can grant or deny access based on that data. And i trust that data because i know where it came from. I know how i got it. And i have other data sources to corroborate it so that useful to talk about the root of trust in a system like this. What's the real root of trust. What must be trusted. Otherwise the whole thing collapses. I mean you trust it. I'm not an alien and human form feeding information to my overlords sin orbit the moon. But you have to trust some level of egypt based data about your devices right. I'm not in everybody's house right now as we work from home checking on their computer and a half to trust something that i'm getting back where the vets from crumbs verification whether it's from crowd strike or whatever it is i need that device identity and device meta data and i have to trust my. Hr system right hover tracking all these people and the groupings. Tim says he's in product management Really trust that that's true. I mean i could go check but if someone had access to the way we track. Employees had that had been compromised. that's definitely going to derail miser. Trust system for sure this was substantially line identities being accurate and correct so that means probably multi factor indications neither the actual identity should be attached to the right people and peoples would be grouped in the right way to me. This is probably the second big part of what i would call. Route of trust. Trust is identity not just device date exactly and the reason. I don't just trust tim to say who he is is that he's also antiquated with a strong second factor. So that it's very hard for someone to spoof or fish or otherwise impersonate his identity. And that's an important part of the whole chain of trust in the way beyond corp. Zero trust implementations should work.
Zelda & Chill with Mikel
"We're gonna. We're gonna i don't think we can last longer than the simpsons but maybe we can last longer than a true crime. Podcast guys at the bar lower. Get behind that. Maybe we have more memorable characters like his leg in forni gumbo. We'll get there but yes. Thank you everybody for listening. We have a special show for us because we have a special guest show We've listened to some of the music in the past. I know i have mentioned the album's in the past. So on the label game chops we have The the producer the musician of the album. Zelda and chill and most recently zelda and chill part two which is a lo fi. Sell the series. We have michael all the way from germany. Joining us on the show. Michael thank you for joining us for big show So yeah i love. How and for me. It's a fairly recent thing of seeing not just a lo fi hip hop or hip hop instrumentals becoming so popular on the internet and worldwide. But seeing a lot of a video game arrangements insi- within hip hop within the lo fi. Can you tell me a little bit about how you got interested in hip hop and then how that intersected with with zelda yeah. I got interested with hip Pretty early when there was five or six. I rap songs and thought i always loved the beats and stuff but when it was i think whether it was fourteen was when i started making own beads. I've always liked sorry. The i've always liked zelda games and games in general and soundtracks and think about two thousand and eight. When i started making music i made my first remixes but i didn't release them and I think two thousand seventeen when notify was a bit bigger. That was when i did it again. 'cause these were finally hippies got really fit to yoga music yes i feel i feel that and i'm not sure if this is the same for a lot of people that i feel like my musical tastes have suddenly become mainstreamed more popular so the instrumental music that i really enjoy suddenly. There's there's an audience audience for it. And say i can also say that people like me who weren't generally into that style of music when you cross sect it west v. Gm which. I am a fan of It has a way of getting you in the door to appreciate what you were missing out on before the now definitely before we get into some original game music some music that we really enjoy. I'm curious about some of your musical influences. You said you you listen to a lot of got interested in rap music at a younger age while we're some of the the early artists and songs that really got you interested. Well i think the biggest inspiration was abducted raped western east coast hip hop in the nineties. Yes and then. The eminem fifty cents and a lot of german rep. Oh yeah. I'm not familiar with a lot of german rap. Artists is are there any names that maybe we could take note of and explore Seo the is He also reps on these Boom bap beats yes. Yeah and kinetic also from my hometown. They think mostly inspired by now. We have a friend of our show who lives in the uk in britain and he also has a podcast of music. And do you know of the wu tang clan playstation game. So there's a fighting game but all of the characters are members of the wu tang clan and they did it and they wrote a soundtrack to the game. You might be interested. It's it's very instrumental. But there's a few there's a few vocal tracks cetera. Okay sounds cool. Hundred very quick the only game villain. No of his Def jam york. That's with a lot of weapons and stuff up when the kids out there. It's always so it kind of makes sense that they would fight each other. But at the same time i always imagined. The wu tang clan working together. You know is the main story mode is exactly that like pointing games. Do it where they'll start out with a they're just fighting because they're trying to figure out what's going on here eventually. Learn that the band is making them. Fight was something with thirty six yards. They had to fight their way through so elena. We chose specifically zelda music for today and sort of to celebrate yourself in chill albums and we ask for you to bring some music that maybe you really enjoyed or were inspired by.
How Kane Simms Co-Founder of VUX World Got Started in Voice
"My first experience with voice. It was in some like early. Twenty seventeen a has. When i i kinda come across alexa. Obviously i knew about siri before that but it never used to work. Didn't understand me. It probably thinks majority as well And so i kind of played around but never really understood. The impact of it are what was actually going on. I just thought it's just the way of control and your phone just media wealth out well and then seen alexa and i thought there was something about it. That was different. Maybe it was because it was a specific device that was purely to be spoken to. Don't know about. I remember seeing it and i remember having thought when i first seen it before realize skills were before i realized what the actual thing was in the first place. I remember thing in. I watched some videos of people talk into it and again the weather on our lawn i thought what would be a. Ms is if you could actually create experiences for this thing. You know like conversation voice based off your experiences up. And and i thought it would almost be like a kind of voice user experience southern and you see where my brain's kind of swirling around with this Interesting and i thought well that must be a thing. And i'm sure that's going to be something so i start going to be able research prod- around the i'm gonna make a podcast on. I'm going to document ma journey through exploring this kind of this technology Saw bartlett eminem. V dot world in june twenty seventeen and had all of these big plans and couldn't find anyone to speak to about him in. The kit was very very kind of like what's going on in the uk. Yeah yeah just tweet. Inland anyone around You could have Maybe oscar jess yeah. I think we're doing something i think. one six nine lobs in germany. Were doing something that point. I think i found their website. Actually and yeah couple of people in in the us. Obviously you know. All kinds of early adopters over there. But i just couldn't. I didn't know what i was searching for. Basically i didn't know what does look for who to do is type. Invoice bought a Ana well you didn't have quite as big conduct search engine presence the puck and you kind of skip voice bought these days of every publication references which which is you know good and softer to the work. You've been doing over the last few years. But yeah i didn't find. I didn't find anything to do with anything back then. And so just sound the idea for. I don't know six months also and regrettably brett. It wasn't voice bought the Found initially it was this week invoice. The patch rival podcast show ever rival. I'm joking i found that and the reason how voice but was because of the voice story of the week. Gotta yeah. Yeah yeah yeah so probably metrics during the acquisition view over there and so i ended up realizing that there was people to speak to connected with broadly. Think account if we connected down on the. I'm not sure. And then i kind of rekindled this idea of casts kicked off regarding some episodes over december launched in january or february was in and go with kind of being gone for two and a half to three years. it's interesting i found is that as i'm learning about this stuff and i stop conduct some skills Say it was basically invulnerable. Because i'm not dave destined does all of that of That kind of plan around. And i realized that there's a whole load of stuff going on that just plays into everything i've done. Basically i used to make music when i was a little bit younger Younger than i am now and so kind of audio production was kind of part of why i used to do when i was a teenager in early twenties on one or two very low budget films and then i kinda went through. A kind of marketing is unique did market in with machen interest for awhile conduct coastal ended up doing user experience design and then consultant around user experience design and freelance ryan on the side and all of a sudden than service design and digital transformation. All the sudden all of these things dot com to join together. You've got the user experience the right in the service design element because i think boys interactions and more like service design than anything else an l. Kinda just come together in a big melting pot and with being kind of kraken on through and we're gonna be minute
On More Funky Chips, Kool-aid Popping Candy, and Evil Twins
"This is the food scientists podcast. I'm your host. Amy j jack i am here with danny sussman. Low amy's jack hello. Brian pearce and greetings to the rest of the world. I know you're all here listening brian. Pearce here to a low to everyone. That danny missed yes. We will have some news in experiences. Then we have some more Chips that really meet chips. Chips new pringles new limited edition print goals. Yeah and something. New with reese's peanut butter stuff and popping candy kool-aid popping candy. And i'm just gonna jump in real quick. It's not new but we are doing out of two very similar reasons products. We're gonna play our who's the evil twin. Yeah yeah it's one of the one of them is hard to find a nameless. We can't figure what it's called but we'll get to that well okay new to me. You know what amy. Every time i find out you learn something i'm like. Wow we're really educated. This podcast is really about brian. And danny educate amy wall the world than world. Interact with us like through talking with that. We should go onto some news. We used to have news okay. So i'm just. I'll i'm gonna lead up to you danny here but we are at the very beginning of november and you might think okay definitely more in the heart of holiday season. Let's talk about some of those holiday things but we're already getting into easter candy. News for twenty twenty one. But i just i just saw in the grocery store fanatics group one of the grocery store employees at pictures of all of their christmas candy. Just hit the shelves today. Which i guess. So in the new cycle he would make sense that now the eastern news coming. But that's like really far like five months old. Maybe deserved have been valentine's candy news. We had something. It wasn't that great. I guess 'cause i was. There is valentine's candy new. Sometimes but yeah. It's not the same as christmas or halloween or easter. I know you want to talk about one of the new eminem coming out. The mayor did spoil everything else. Gopher okay yeah well The her is going to be a well. You know easter bunny candy. Normal thing sour patch is coming out with a white chocolate bunny filled with sour patch. Kids new. I don't i mean i feel like that's the easter bunny defending itself because everybody sees the little chocolate bunny and smashes its face and just like destroys it at least nice smashes space but if you knew that there were sour patch kids inside. Maybe it'd be like you know what i'm just gonna leave this little allow. You're good body you all and your white chocolate. I wouldn't want to eat you anyway so issue. I was picturing the star patch. Kids in meshed in the light chocolate. Not a hallo bunny filled with them and that sounded worse. Either way that. I call that like yeah. That's the of bunny that sees salad. Bunny not too thick. Yeah yeah Our patch kids. Yeah i mean. I do this arab redskins alone but i'd rather not have it in white chocolate. Yeah or any job that matter There is a to eminem stand. He's gonna talk about one of them but there's going to be a new mystery mix eggs. I saw that. Yeah it's gonna be one package amends filled with peanut butter Regular milk chocolate and double chocolate. And i don't know what double chocolate means. Maybe it's like the fudge brownie a software chocolate irregular chocolate. It could be. Yeah we'll see but right now. I don't really have information on that. But that's gonna be walking coming up. Easter twenty twenty one. I was very surprised. One of them wasn't peanut butter. But i think that's because that's the mixes right now. That isn't this mix said oriented basic peanut peanut butter milk chocolate and double chocolate. Now here's the thing about the right there. all right. they have no color picture correctly The picture has pastel colors. But it's early so that might not be right but it doesn't even matter what color they are because they're all the same size you don't know what they are. It's not really like even the regular mix if they're coming out with is essentially a mystery if they're all the same size you have no idea. Anyway what a peanut butter eminem is at the same size as regular no so. Maybe we'll see the program and have a new flavor coming out too. That's my one little nugget of news that brian saved for me that i can have. My pittance of news is that the one is that. There's also a springtime. Eminem coming out. That i think brian gave us because he doesn't wanna talk about it. Not really want to no. You don't even want to acknowledge that it's going to exist. I was happy to let you. Because i get joy out of making you make sour face which i'm sure you will at the idea of key lime pie. Eminem obviously but not make sense with regular chocolate so if it slimy
AOC met more than 400,000 young potential voters on their own turf: Twitch
"Holy cow On Tuesday this week, Congress person Alexandria Kaze O Cortez undertook a socially distant get out the vote effort through the streaming platform twitch. Her pitch opened the three hour plus event and closed it to first things first. If you are able to vote we are here I will vote dot com. Make sure that you make your voting plan and if you can't vote if you're under the age of 18 make sure you talk to someone that can vote and try toe direct them. Tie will vote dot com. And make sure that they get their voting plan in place. But 400,000 plus viewers hadn't pulled up posies first twitch stream to hear her pitch. They were mainly their toe. Watch her game. Oh, my God! Oh, my God. Oh, Mike, I knew it. The first term representatives first kill in the game among us, which has lately become popular among videogame streamers, some of whom joined her that evening. Rosie is that Is that weird to just call you AOC? No, Romeo. See Mike pence. OK, call me I Iove you guys. All right, though many have politicked on social media before. The old school playbook of the ground game and TV ads still dictate the 21st century campaign. But from the cove it era emerges a new playbook, according to the verge political reporter, mechanic Kelly and in that book Tuesdays Livestream marks a landmark event. McKenna. Welcome to the show. Hey, it's great to be here. So the stream was a massive success as Faras viewership goes, but it was also billed as a get out the vote effort. Do we know how successful that Wass At the peak point of the stream folks of the DNC were saying that they were getting the most referrals to the website? Two. I will vote dot com than they ever have. Do We know how money that Wass I was not able to get a specific figure. But during the vice presidential debate they bought fly will vote dot com And then when Taylor Swift Said that she was going to endorse Joe Biden they bought Taylor will vote dot com So there have been huge referrals to this link before and saying that the stream was bigger than say. That huge viral moment with the fly, and Taylor Swift, who is arguably one of the most famous celebrities in the world, says a lot Now, a lot of folks weren't going to sit through the entire thing. But there were moments that were clipped and put on Twitter or YouTube. Like when AOC talked about socialized medicine with H Bomber guy, you go to the doctor and you say I have this problem, and then they prescribe you medicine and then you just go pick it up. That's it. And then you go home. And you Google how much it would have cost in America. Oh, my God. Later he kills her. I'm actually a bit heartbroken, but, hey, life is cheap. Can you talk about that moment, so people and users on twitch our custom to diving in and out and jumping in the chat and chatting for a little bit and then maybe going watching on TV or some other video so unimportant part? Of the twitch culture is the clips function. And when people do catch something interesting those clips in those conversations Khun Go viral and reach even bigger audiences on Twitter on Facebook on YouTube than they ever could on twitch because which of course, is live. But these clips will last forever. Now. Polygon Senior Editor Patricia Hernandez wrote this week that it wasn't just about organizing and savvy. This was fandom. Those hundreds of thousands of viewers included thousands of stands, referring in this case to the AOC diehards. For people who you know, aren't as hep to the jive as I am. Stan is a term that's drawn from the title of an Eminem song. Right, Right. My girlfriend jealous because I've talked about 24 7, but you don't know him like I know you slim. No one does. You don't know what it was, like people like us growing up for me, man. I'll be the biggest fan. You'll ever lose yours, then. Yes, we could be together. When it comes Tio stand culture with pop culture and movies and television. Oftentimes people will draw fan art of their favor. Characters and people were doing that for a OSI in 2018, and she was re posting that fan art on her instagram page. So she has been building this community of people for a very, very long time. And that's why Tuesday's stream was so successful she already had this base. There are already people who stand each bomber guy. There are already people who stand Tucson piker and poking Manet and the other folks who are on there. There was just a bunch of communities colliding in a really interesting way. And then, of course,
Eminem's home invader allegedly said he was there to kill the rapper, officer testifies
"Detroit area rapper Eminem was the target of a home invasion in April and today the man accused of the crime appeared in court. A Clinton township police officer testified to the harrowing incident in Eminem's home on the stand for the preliminary investigation. The police officer said the rapper awoke to a man in his room and he asked him. What are you doing here? The man, Matthew Hughes answered. I'm here to kill you. Hughes is charged with first degree home invasion as well as other charges.
Tiffany Haddish Is Dating Common
"Every, this is daily. tweet he with Justin Silvester, and Victor Cruz you guys Tiffany Haddish. She's found law. Now there's been a lot of speculation whether or not. She's really in relationship with common. Well, now she's sitting the record straight and some people are surprise on Steve O's Wild Rod podcast. She says that this is hands down the best relationships has ever been in. This I feel more confident in me not in. It's not him. That's doing it but it's Stable yeah. Way Happier in. It's like knowing that I got somebody that. Cares about me really has my back. Like. It seems like he does anyways I love I love you know. What are you guys think? Were they smart not to re eleven a relationship to now do you think it's a smart? I think something happened last night. She got it real good. It was a great night and she was in her feelings. I. Think it smart for Tiffany. Haddish to let this I think for her you know she finally found somebody who understands her who gets her and I think a lot of time. Don't realize you know this woman grew up in foster care. A lot of people that I know that grew up in foster care have abandonment issues. They don't let people in very easily. So that's why we haven't seen Tiffany haddish in these celebrity relationships after celebrity relationships. So now she founded you'd like common who goes deep with her who she feels comfortable with who empowers her, and she's like how I'm ready to let you guys know this dude is here and I'm writing with him and I think it's great. I think it's great to I think it's important especially for relationships that are like in Hollywood and are in the public eye I think keep it a secret a little bit I think that's why she kept it a little closer to the vest can just by saying that how much I love Tiffany Haddish. His bald head I didn't think I'd love it this much. But not her in common together it's like two EMINEM's being. What I love that she's like in love she's talking about she's out forward about it. After being asked one hundred times is you're gonNA have a baby if you're going to do this, do that with now that she's in something real and I think it's legit and I think and I wish nothing but. What am is me she said she lost twenty pounds and I think he'd lose about one hundred calories every time you sleep with someone side is. supposed. TO BE GAINING WEIGHT Is the time where people are eating lounging around. On the. Relationship Vic, she is working hard with Komen now cash wondering they did not make on Tumblr they met on a movie set and in the beginning, they seem to be joking around about relationship. Do you guys think this was part of this strategy die when they wanted to keep it private they may challenge the spot was there they moved in but like we just we just can't come out and be public about this. I think when you get to a certain age, you're not throwing every relationship up on instagram but we live in a world where people meet big on dates they get a coffee and they meet dogs three days later and all of a sudden we know their interrelationship these people are over forty. They're not playing this a love game like everyone else. Victim. Also say that we can. We stop letting social media validate relationships like just don't put your relationship online or social media on twitter doesn't mean you're not with the person anymore I. Remember every time I like post Rubio, post like her toe and the photo people like thank God you guys are still together. I got worried I'm like. Are you serious because you see her? Also. Keeps all the single people out there. That are actively searching right now because a lot of people have come out in a very lonely at the moment out of Oscillation Quarantine and I need to know who's available if you don't put in Karachi's talk, how do they night? Know but by the way when you're when you're not available is when they come. So that's why I always tell people don't Poche your man on. INSTAGRAM. Don't be nobody to your happiness because they only want you when you went somebody and that's the true nobody was victor until he got CARUCCI.
Candy Makers Try to Fight Off a Halloween Horror Show
"From wondering I'm David Brown and this is business words daily on this Thursday. July thirtieth. It may be the dog days of summer for most of us, but the folks at Hershey are already up to their necks in Halloween earlier this month Hershey announced it's Candy Lineup for horrors high holiday some of the ghoulish goodies include vampire themed Hershey, kisses stuff with red strawberry cream, and Reece's Franken cups which have a green creme dement flavored bottom. But the candy maker also has a haunting concern if covid nineteen continues to cancel in person celebrations what will Halloween Twenty Twenty look like Dad. Insult to injury the holiday falls on a Saturday this year. So little ferry princesses, pirates and ghouls could've stayed out later collecting more candy for their late night sugar rush without worrying about school the next day. Now it's unclear if people will be comfortable handing out goodies to trick or treaters at all, even with ample squirts of hand sanitizer in between. So Hershey is hedging its bets in an earnings call last week CEO. Michelle said the company is reducing production of Halloween, themed candy to avoid. Leftovers Wall Street Journal reports Hershey's earnings did beat expectations this quarter booze stead by pandemic comfort food buying and buck says that Halloween orders from retailers or strong. So she's optimistic that sales won't be too bad. Still The holiday makes up about ten percent of the company's revenue of that trick or treating generates have of the company's Halloween sales. So even a small disruption could be a real pain in the neck Hershey rival. Mars Wrigley is also thinking about October thirty. First, the company will revive skittles zombies, which were introduced last year longtime favorites like Eminem M.'s will simply get Halloween themed packaging on a recent episode of the marketers brief podcast Mars Wrigley's chief Halloween officer Tem Lebel said Mars Wrigley's planning quote conservatively for the holiday Lebed's primary title is president of sales, but the seasonal shift indicates just how important Halloween is to the company's bottom line. So what does it Candy Company do when faced with a Halloween horror show. Pivot, of course, both companies are studying lessons learned during the Easter Season Easter candy sales fell about four percent because of the pandemic according to the national confectioners association. Abell says Mars Wrigley had too much in store product, but ran out of online stock. Overall online candy sales have been growing especially chocolate
"eminem" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM
"Eminem fan and are they in noontime king Metzler fox news New York governor Andrew Cuomo announcing a short time ago that the FDA has approved his state's covert nineteen antibody test says New York will begin aggressively testing thousands of people this week New York saying another drop in the number of hospitalizations thirteen hundred eighty four yesterday that's down by thirty one from the day before the number of people who died in New York state yesterday five hundred seven also down by thirty three Cuomo and other governors slandering for more test kit to determine who's infected with covert nineteen saying that will determine when they can lift lockdowns in their states coronavirus response coordinator Dr Deborah Berke says in looking at the virus spread experts see where a series of small epidemics across the United States on CBS face the nation she says testing will be essential community by community to slow the spread but testing needs to be focused critically where you start to see early evidence because no test is a hundred percent specific and a hundred percent sensitive doctor Burke says research also continues into antibodies not just bringing a munity just someone who's been infected but for how long months years if at all fox is colonel Scott fox news Sunday house speaker Nancy Pelosi calls testing essential for re opening the economy health is essential to them opening up and they have to open up in order to thrive it's one thing to save the day it's another thing to have customers at the end of the day she says more money's coming soon for the nation's small businesses severe storms in the forecast for a second Sunday from East Texas to South Carolina one hundred tornadoes tore through the south last Sunday and Monday claiming three dozen lives America is listening to fox news when you're living with polycythemia Vera or P. V. you might look good even when you don't feel good symptoms can change so slowly over time you may not even notice but new or changing symptoms can your P. V. is changing take notice and take action you track and discuss blood counts with your doctor.
"eminem" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD
"One of your brothers and sisters that could cause a relationship problem between sept oxy gotta be careful right one something's gonna be saying you're not the boss of me who says you can decide when I get money I want my money now you do what you want with your money I'll do what I want with my money and if the if the ceiling is responsible doesn't want the aggravation they might say hi whatever I'm resigning I don't care okay or they might say fine I'm going to honor my parents' wishes Eminem battle it out with you it's going to hurt our relationship but I'm gonna honor my parents' wishes so you might want to be careful about that it's not always something that's advisable obviously you know the truth it's the choice might be to get a corporate trustee which can be expensive there may be a solution that's less expensive that's more flexible and we help our clients set that up and that's something support to them but you know say please very very tricky and it's something that you have to plan for and you know one other note if you have money that you're not gonna use and your you don't like the stock market that much consider owning a big life insurance policy because if you can take a million dollars or a hundred thousand dollars I know that your dad is going to be worth three or four times the money tax free that's a great way to equalize the state that's a great way to leave extra money for the kids and it doesn't matter how long you live it doesn't matter what the stock market does if it's good or bad on the day you die it'll be a huge amount of liquid assets that are much more than you put in so that's a great strategy with any state plan if you have extra money you're not using you may want to run the numbers on that if anyone wants us to do that for them how much can we leverage your state how much bigger can we make if your kids will be happy to do that now for you but anyway if you have any questions about your state planning please call me right away eight six six wealthy go to a website singer with a calm because right away at eight six six wealthy if it's after hours just leave a message I'll be notified right away and we'll get back to you very quickly.
"eminem" Discussed on KTOK
"That was Eminem approach but it was hell some early talking pictures were made including the first one the jazz singer which debuted in nineteen twenty seven RCA photophone used a totally different approach the sound was recorded in a narrow band on the side of the frame of film some actual photo reactive film the band would be out of you when the film was put through a projector there is a frame on a projector that covers up the edges of the film and the audio track is on one of those edges the width of this strip on the side of the film varies with the frequency of the sound that was recorded on to the film so essentially you have sounded that's transmitted into a microphone it is turned into an electric signal which in turn is used to treat this the separate the film so that it has this record of the frequency it's almost like a wave form if you were to think of that you know in the modern sense if you were to look at an audio file on the audio editing software so then when you're playing it back you have a bright lamp that shines light through this narrow strip and you have a photo cell that picks up the light that's coming through and it generates an electric current that matches the amount of light that's hitting the photocell and that signal goes to a pre amplifier which can then boost the signal strength so I can go to an amplifier and then ultimately speakers the lamp for reading this article sound and the photo cell are not in the same position as the projection lamp that would just get in the way so this is actually a ticket created something of a challenge it means that the soundtrack is offset from the actual frames of the film itself the soundtrack is either running a little ahead or a little behind the action of the film depending upon the method that was actually used so in playback it's all synchronized because of you but as long as you put the film through the right type of projector the audio track gets read through the audio system at the same time as the video or the film rather the images are being projected through the projection lamp and it'll get synchronized together so and play back and synchronized but if you were to look at the film itself like if you took the film out of the projector then you held it up to the light and you saw where the audio track is the audio you were looking at would not be the audio that occurs in synchronization with the image you're looking at the advantage of that approach was that all the synchronization would be done beforehand you didn't have to set up a desk and a film in separate chambers to try and match up to each other it was all in one piece of film but the format itself changed several times sometimes with the optical sound track running ahead of the actions of those behind the action this meant the movie theaters had to invest in different equipment to play back those films properly because they if you put in a film where the sound track ran a little ahead of the action but you put it in a projector that was designed to run a film that had the audio a little behind the action you would have terrible experiences because the idea would not be at all synchronized with what was happening on screen it would just be a total mess this ended up creating kind of a format war that was waged in the late twenties after RCA's approach debuted it was not the only audio on film format and it also did battle with the Vitaphone approach where it was the the recorded to disk version now on the production side if you were making films it also changed how movies were made because if you watch some of the early films will sound like some of the first films that had sounded it you might notice don't move very much shots are pretty static actors tend to remain in place well this is largely because of the limitations of the sound recording equipment at the time microphones were large and bulky and typically omni directional actors needed to be close to the microphones so that they could be heard clearly but they also could move around very much because the microphones will pick up everything so you just have a lot of noise the cameras themselves which had been motorized in the late nineteen twenties to create a standard frame rate of twenty four frames per second that was necessary in order to have reliable sound playback those cameras made a lot of noise too in those early days and that could get picked up by the microphone so as a result the common practice was to put the cameras in in closed somewhat soundproofed chambers at the camera man a camera operator if you prefer would be inside that chamber with the camera and they would be isolated from the rest of the set so that the sound wouldn't leak through they were jokingly referred to as ice boxes I say jokingly because it would actually get scorchingly hot inside those as the cameras were running and it limited what you could do with the camera you could pan the camera a little bit on this tripod but that was about it and so early talkies typically don't have very much movement or action in them which was a big change from the early days of silent films because in those days actors would make these really big dramatic movements in an effort to tell stories because they could not be heard another thing that would change was that in the early days film crews captured audio and images on the same film at the same time so in other words the audio and images were both being directly recorded to the same strip of photographic film this made editing really tricky because again the audio track wasn't in direct line with the images it was running a little header a little behind so you could just snap film to create a transition or cut out a mistake because the audio wasn't lined up directly with whatever was happening in the image and that would eventually change with the industry began to capture images and audio separately and would only combine them after the editing process to create a master print the audio track in the images were still offset but you could at least make edits to the film without messing up the sound track and you could do the same to the audio track without messing up the film RCA's Vodafone would go up against not only the Vitaphone system from Warner brothers but another sound on film system called movie town movie tone came from a Western Electric subsidiary called electrical research products incorporated or E. R. P. I. that system was the dominant one with RCA was ready to debut photo phone so again the company goes out and says what can we do to really compete in this market again idea let's make a new company so they go out they purchased the Keith Albee Orpheum chain of theaters that was a chain of theaters that wasn't it wasn't just motion picture theaters but also vaudeville theaters as well so R. C. A. goes out and buys this company that owns these multiple theaters and then they merged that company with another company they buy called film booking offices of America or F. B. O. and the merger of these two acquisitions becomes the radio Keith Orpheum or RKO pictures company so R. C. A. created an entirely new corporation in order to put its motion picture audio format on to the market and it worked photo phone would eventually evolve into the industry standard pretty audacious move and not the last one from RCA then our next episode we will continue this story to talk about how our CA weathered the Great Depression and what it was doing during World War two if you guys have suggestions for future episodes of tech stuff let me know Simeon email the address is tech stuff.
"eminem" Discussed on Z104
"Eminem again yeah we'll play it for the first one I hate women playing cards at the moment is still with me No shoes no hands with and it is not easy to you six twenty nine here the money to you you have been hearing all the stories and they're freaking out you get scared and all that stuff okay coming up in the next ten minutes we've got ten minutes good news stories for.
"eminem" Discussed on The Bone 102.5
"The way bands were and the way bands acted towards labels towards radio stations towards their fans I mean it's just it's shifted like a whole one eighty you know whose lyrics are crazy is Eminem did some of the things that dude said twenty years ago you could not say now dude the other night I was also believable what one of my favorite songs to listen to on the way to playing hockey is ice cube's bill vassal lean which that was like one of the bestest tracks ever you can never played out right I don't even think they played out on satellite radio but I beat it's hard and I mean EE not depressing it's very angry did anything with slim shady talking about how he's going to kill people and I'm just like well what about it would use talking to stand the song stand by Eddie can you publicly version of that I don't even want to try yeah that's a how are you third verse along with him in dray words raised a good person he's the angel and Eminem SZA double guilty conscience of the conscious at that off Hey dray should I go rob this bank no you shouldn't get cut off the person's head you're like well where does come from because I've been listening to a lot of Eminem at the gem so like random songs will come on so it'll go from like lose yourself to shake that to some random song some M. and Ms darkest music are the non radio hits it's like the fifteenth CD on and all of them you're like whoa but is that what makes these artists special because they have something that we're not going through but it it's it's relatable yet it's not relatable it's something that like I said I can't appreciate someone else's struggle I can only empathise Eminem reaches a point all worry it's not that he gets cringe but he gets sold like violent and he gets so like intention but this is but those are struggles that people really deal with though it is very two thousand and three just like talking about blush in the war and death images it's very outdated I mean I like listening to issues public figures talking about politics I am just a last name is the one person that did it back then no one was really doing it everybody's doing it's just hi role is just yeah I realize I love I love pop I think pops a great coach with the spurs but he went on a rate I'd rip against trump last night after the game and just like look he's a fantastic coach but like stop it already just kind of Nero another can narrow things is what happened to everybody and again that we don't touch a lot of politics on purpose here what happened everybody said they were moving out of country when trump was elected we're still here you haven't made a movie since trump was elected so here we go god if this coronavirus over there right yeah I go over there and I was right all along some cells look I love living here I don't care who the president is I love I respect the office I might not respect the individual believe in everything that they say but I respect the office of the people who are in charge and I could like Mike said I I voted for bush both times I voted for Clinton I voted for Barack Obama twice and unfortunate have voted for trump last time I just thought he was the lesser of all evils he was and I don't know who the hell is going to cause a burning you're buying but decided not to you oh god I don't want I just can't I can't wait for December to get here because all the slog that's gonna go on between now and November is just there I just have a good time disturbing rations let's defeat coronavirus let's live happily ever after let's go to the next break necks on the micro radius two point five the bone.
"eminem" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"We have twelve minutes yeah why Eminem performed an eighteen year old song last night yeah I don't it doesn't make any sense doesn't make any sense I usually see like some of the celebrity reaction like demons all her face she was like that this is their faces their articles about reaction to it because nobody knew that was going to happen and then when it happened they were like what happening what and no one still knows why it happened and that's what's did yeah it just sort of happened all right so let's get to what team Phoenix who won Best Actor for joker which I've not seen so I don't have an opinion about our older it's in it our older kids saw it and they really liked it yeah and I'm sure he did he's an amazing actor I'm sure he did a wonderful job but his acceptance speech was I listen garland full of so much better to learn how I do not feel elevated above me my fellow nominees or anyone in this room because we share the same love that the love of phone and this form of expression has given me the most extraordinary life I don't know what I'd be without it but I think the greatest gift that it's given me and many of us in this room is the opportunity to use our voice for the voiceless I've been thinking a lot about some of the distressing issues that we are facing collectively and I think in times when we feel or made to feel that we champion different causes but for me I see commonality I think whether we're talking about gender inequality or racism or queer rights or indigenous rights or animal rights were talking of the fight against injustice the top one belief that one nation one people one race one gender or one species has the right to dominate control and use an exploit another with impunity what.
"eminem" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"We have twelve minutes quite get why Eminem performed an eighteen year old song last night yeah I don't it doesn't make any sense doesn't make any sense that you should see like some of the celebrity reaction like demons all her face she was like that just their faces their articles about reaction to it because nobody knew that was going to happen and then when it happened they were like well why is this happening what and no one still knows why it happened and that's what did it yeah it just sort of happened I'm all right so let's get to watch team Phoenix who won Best Actor for joker which I've not seen so I don't have an opinion about our older it's in it our older kids saw it and they really liked it yeah and I'm sure he did he's an amazing actor I'm sure he did a wonderful job but his acceptance speech was I listen garland full of so much better to right now and I do not feel elevated above any my fellow nominees or anyone in this room because we share the same love that the love of phone and this form of expression has given me the most extraordinary life mmhm I don't know what I'd be without it but I think the greatest gift that it's given me and many of us in this room is the opportunity to use our voice for the voiceless I've been thinking a lot about some of the distressing issues that we are facing collectively and I think it's times when we feel or made to feel that we champion different causes but for me I see commonality I think whether we're talking about gender inequality or racism or queer rights or indigenous rights or animal rights were talking of the fight against injustice I believe that one nation one people one race one gender or one species has the right to dominate control and use an exploit another with impunity but you one I think that we've become very disconnected from the natural world and many of us what we're guilty you have is an egocentric world view their belief that were the center of the universe we go into the natural world and we plan to write for its resources we feel entitled artificially inseminated count and when she gives birth we still her baby off rise of anguish unmistakable and then we take her milk that's intended for a calf and we put it in our coffee and our serial I think we fear the idea of personal change because we think that we have to sacrifice something to give something up but human beings are vast I thank Marty Disney animated I think we're done when I returned that's about when I cut loose less likely you checked out because usually when I stay up for these things he's he he stays up with me because he's like I've made the investment right gonna sit down we're gonna walk because he stays up for no reason except for that I'm up yeah and so that is like your son like I can't even deal with him anymore I'm going to battle care who wins best what right there with your husband I would stop so you are not cut loose now no way but I did yeah see that's not cool I right when the milking of the cow and the baby cal and the coffee creamer it's light was like you were not speaking yeah it's like right feel like I have right now I I just be like a giant allay any Tom grieve for steak is hungry for a line starting right now by the way I know this is apropos of nothing and it doesn't having to do with politics but Gina Davis right how does she look that flawless at sixty four that's genetics because there isn't there each she doesn't have a lot of junk shoved her like she was that age I and she's an alien we all look at and we're like okay clearly you had work done but it's really good work yeah but Gina Davis I think a lot of that there's just some checks and genetically or blasts wow it's yeah she is phenomenal looks good there are some good looking down.
"eminem" Discussed on Power 106 FM
"He said not a word which I think is the only the phrase that right at this I think they simply to prevent that now we want any can't replicate that reached out that is hi yeah I got other talents at one one so yes Eminem we're going to find you and you know if you if you have to get out there and you have the you know the and and if you still want to smoke you can catch TB tell your mom and I Marshall we do school buses new school he could be on school see it Eminem would show up that that be a maze in episode raise my am I am I am I am I am I am I am so lamp lamps lamp morning I don't know if no matter to be bad bad bad bad luck a masterpiece I don't believe what you got to get you got a bad again some a bad bad day the rest of the revenue I'm not a mad at me in the but I see a lot of change in the can you make a no matter one look at what you you down by the somebody got shot we did some bout Willis and along with the which is a lot of furniture take up the dirty money right no not what.
"eminem" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU
"Listening to Eminem taking a little nap and that are just absolutely blistering about you know essentially drowning his ex wife by throwing around the water and one of the things I I found kind most professionally satisfying is when you can get as happened in the argument you can get Chief Justice John Roberts quoting Eminem to your opposing counsel and saying we'll couldn't Eminem be prosecuted for this you know that and make a nice bed for mom with the bottom lake tie a rope around Iraq this is during the context of a domestic dispute between a husband and wife this is Chief Justice John Roberts questioning the attorney for the government Michael treatment it was my misplacing the water no more fighting with dad you know all that stuff lesson in the the more restraining order no more new I mean you could be prosecuted no because if you look at the context of the state because Eminem said it instead of somebody else because Eminem set at a concert where people are going to be entertained this is a critical part of the context it wasn't as if he said it to her in private or on our Facebook page and that is also how do you start out if you want to be a rap artist your first the communication you can't say I'm an artist right I think that you have perfect freedom to engage in rap artistry what you don't have perfect freedom to do is to make statements that are like the ones in this case he knows that.
"eminem" Discussed on WSB-AM
"The funny either one of the smartest things trump ever did was not respond to that because it was like a seven minute saying that opened up the BET awards or something and he just didn't respond but Eminem went on the record as really seriously not digging the president's selling them to Sirius hello he either I'm sorry to hear that Paul I I've anybody listens to Eminem's using he tells you in the music he says if you like trump and let's me stop listening people still listen to Eminem's new music well I don't is there anything that did that is popped like this become a thing not really now he's done is on his way that's not a that's not a monster getting that's not a thing that I think his style is a youthful style and he is like a pitcher but if you want to stick around he S. T. he has to create new patches you know the name but then what Eminem was doing it's like it's like like good like Johnny rotten nearly went automate public image limited they weren't exactly the Sex Pistols and it was kind of cool but if you'd still was shop at fifty years old spent nine people in the front row you know like you needed to pitch now and I think Eminem you know he's he's older you can't the problem some of these guys is the they can't just acknowledge that they're older and a little wiser and they see the world will be different you can't come out what does Eminem forty five now or something or forty three forty so there you got if you got a keeper happening at a rapid a guy who's lived the life that you lived in where you are you can't rap but I will call me back which problems that were Bruce Springsteen you just stop being honest you know who's going to hell he's become quite boring exit were you ever Springsteen fan Paul I love him in the seventies god yeah born to run you in what's your great record hall Staley you tell me what's not to like what was on the edge of town he think of Bruce Springsteen when you get before he starts album now he just sits around things about okay how did how can I be really really dull and uninteresting networks from there I think that's it it's like they say you carve out of the marble right you go so easily okay I'm a get rid of a band that would make all of this fun and interesting with orchestration not just me an acoustic guitar and my latest complaints an and math is fun to play he but it's all the same so Eminem still trying to be relevant does he have faced worked on it looks like maybe like he's had some work done I've had some done all you take my make up of the look like an old man yes you're saying you think Nick cannon is had worked saying that Eminem is at a minimum yeah he's forty seven years old I think you should toward with a guy and a little guy little fell a little personal look like him any call critical them Reese's pieces that's how you that's how you live yeah and then you re invent yourself yeah when Lewis died yeah I know the little guy I can't I don't want to say the wrong word yeah okay but he was not as tall as the others no little Joe see whatever the little fellow with with kid rock or her you know everybody needs a little a little guy yeah we have little people can have kiss kith stories of people you love to call now that's the name okay home to say and I don't know if you know I don't people in the band that no right but the name of the band is made you can I think it's mostly little people so they be little people castle I call the guy a little a little family homes better as a little worse to me little people's like you're not you know the full go I saw in there a hundred percent real people you know when I called what whatever their name is Jim I don't know the name I will pull he's the Paul Stanley small Paul is a phone call that's a nice clip it's so difficult it's so difficult to non upset people these days you what I try not to do not do you want to list do you know are you okay I am are you having a stroke nope okay meeting in on all right that Brockie performed in Sweden is that it may may step yeah you got it they sell property rock he got a separate he performs in Stockholm months after his conviction you know what is what is a CPAP rocky I don't know much about him isn't in Sweden yeah okay he was in he's in Sweden three I'm sorry so yeah he absolutely has Stockholm syndrome a separate he I have to say I don't know a lot about him I don't know if his music is good or not I have no idea but one thing I will say is he doesn't have Mads because trump intervened to get him out of Sweden he was gonna be there for another couple months to a trial through everything and when he got released he thanks in general and what not on Twitter say Hey thanks for getting involved but trump got involved it doesn't matter if you vote for trump it doesn't matter if you like trump it's impossible change the fact that trump got involved and that got him released early how early we don't know what's going to be more than twenty four forty eight or seventy two hours was going to be a couple more weeks to a couple more months and again does it matter if I like trump as to whether or not I acknowledge that he stepped in and got the country basically threaten the country of Sweden there's a lot of reasons why you get on trump's case for doing it even if you loved a sob a sap rocky you could say they're a sovereign country they have their own court system their allies we should allow them to take care of this and he didn't do that he broke all protocols and basically said case we can if you want to deal with me again on anything else you let this guy go and when he was let out because of his friends all hated trial the nets to say Hey thanks a lot I don't agree with their policies and I don't like the way that you were I don't like your a lot of your demeanor thank you it doesn't matter if you voted former not the facts of the fax he stepped in and got it out that should be acknowledged yeah sure dancer in France members of the ACLU are solidly traverse Donner bliss in Rudolph are independent and the big guy but it isn't playing the reindeer games cranks up the von Hesler Dr on ninety five point five W. SB ten fifty in the cooler Kerrier WSB twenty four hour traffic.
"eminem" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"Rapper gets Eminem is of this goes back to two thousand and nine and it came in just did another another diss track there's no way to Eminem to replace some of it here yeah go ahead are so wait thank give us a note it is kind of wrong one song that white boy he's nice what a cross the black may lord Jesus Christ we pray for them the way what was and what and it's a way from seventy serious question for you and I choose a slam on his age there I also often make fun of rob Kendall because sometimes he still wears his hat backwards still likes to go out to these broad ripple type clubs and bars I think you're too old for that he's clearly going through a midlife crisis if your Eminem at what point in your career you're very successful career do you stop doing battle raps with people well Eminem's respond as in them is Nick cannon that that was his right ear Eminem you're the king you don't have to go down there and that's what I think that's what people before people expect that these guys now right I mean didn't didn't our old producer are re do look at this track yes producer already did a battle rap against you and I sitting here on the fourth floor and this hammer Nigel sane some stupid every other sentence they just a little too fat ring to much booze but what else would you expect from a couple of do which were nothing but fake news a radio that's why I listen to Tony cats I'm walking here not see Nigel fool not wearing any pants Hey I see the faces and hurts my site if these guys out here somebody call the chips on the right you think will be in the slammer what you've got here this no not tell him producer ari forget held that going straight eight mile on us here my name is Nigel chasing hammers here see you tomorrow hammer Nigel back I live three blocks let's talk for a minute about stock market volatility hi Rick Adelman here you can expect to see market volatility but don't let it frighten you out of your investment and retirement accounts now I'm not making light of volatility we get it it's unsettling but volatility is really simply a routine part of long term investing and the best way for you to avoid stock market volatility don't have all your money in stocks that's why here that woman financial engines were careful to give our clients highly diversified portfolios placing only a portion of assets into stocks this helps give you the confidence that stock market volatility is really nothing to get concerned about we've been helping thousands of clients just like you for thirty three years so come talk with us at Adleman financial engines and let us help put your market worries.
"eminem" Discussed on WTRH
"Course I told them to get it out the only thing you should not have to relationships just pick one and two it is good enough for me I don't expect someone like him think of the court he could get no help to change it was the twenty eight so his solution is to remove himself from the literature of course that no I'm listening to you so he's he's saying I don't think I can change even though you made the requirement debt you that he needed to break off the relationship which which is appropriate that is exactly correct you know if making it very simplistic the person who it is a complete all used addicted to eating specially sweeps and all you don't put under their noses their favorite dessert whether it's a coke in a cream pie our it's peanut butter cups or Eminem peanuts yeah whatever it is you know you in fact you see in and that simplistic especially when we're talking about the emotional entanglement the emotional draws the fixation obsession that a person has when there is I'm going to use the term of people addiction as we can be addicted to another person in an unhealthy way and no we're wrong and yet continue to do wrong and and hurt others especially when it's for violating the marriage covenant so but what what do you think about his statement I don't think I can change but I think in that parking is being honest because like he tried in two five four four one I don't know what happened get.
"eminem" Discussed on The Big 98
"Is it Drake Eminem or big Sean Eminem yeah it is yeah I feel that stuff I feel pretty good what would you do I have all those things no just in general before show am man that massage sounds great I'd take a massage and a nap and some very combination of all things I'm not doing it I got a I'm so here is I need a Google the wise Selena Gomez does a lot of what it has there is the baby's doing it tomorrow right I now now we know we know the benefits are amazing what I do before I go out on stage every time is I have this three song playlist and has to play in its entirety with no interruption well I can't go out I have to play all three songs nothing interrupts and nobody comes and they figure just alone listening to those three songs every time same time about so you sometimes you have to if you look at the time yeah like if excuse yourself from people in the like I gotta go listen to my songs there's never to excuse myself I live on such a regimen a calendar and schedule that I know of there's thirty minutes for go out I'll just going to get out of the way but I do it every time if someone comes up to the door if the start over two thirds the way through song three I can start over why would a note on the door listening session in progress mostly nobody bothers me before I go on the show half an hour before so during my playlist they keep it up here on my the actual it's called pre show list and he opened about where to go this is the first one free it's for any ID let me there yeah we believe that right all right yeah the first word I'm not open okay well that's the first one and the second one is this one right here there's a cursing on this right now seven nation army white stripes on a plane of my phone and the third one that I listen to is still this one there are more threats and.
"eminem" Discussed on The Bone 102.5
"Five seven I wanted to five educators song about big game hunting sex that's where Eminem straight up what I do to the line hello world so look at Eminem he kissed rank thank you so and they just and a lot more lyrical devices or anything like that six the rap on the rack having you around hello that **** got because I got it's my machine gun because pretty good thanks I mean I know your fans of all of Bucko fama has better lyrical content than MGK think buckle fathers better lyrical content that a lot of rappers out there we have for awhile to go live alone hello hi what's up Sir Hey what's up my name is Zach and I listen you guys show extremely off and I love your guys opinions about so many different things thank Tom Donnelly gets all the amen okay about Jameis Winston I yeah I don't talk about sport much I love all the different subject that you got I have got to know how ya feel about James sooner then I'll thank you guys if you hang up and listen we're not going to give our opinion because when someone says I'll hang up and listen there never listening and we're not going to give our opinions so I'll definitely stay on that I would definitely ward gonna look no matter what we think about it as a person as a quarterback is a friend like what do you mean what we think about Jameis Winston he laid out your friends or somebody like that but I I'm wondering what you what's your opinion on another person what's your opinion on another quarterback I don't know him as a person I seen a few charity events and he seems like a nice kid as a quarterback I think this is make or break year they're handed the keys over no man they're saying you've got the offense let's see how you do do I think the Bucks and make the playoffs no do I think that James is going to prove people that he was worthy of a high draft pick no do I think is going to continue to make questionable decisions and lead this team to a five hundred record if they're lucky yes that's a very fair response the last question do you guys would you guys go back and take Mario to instead that's my go back in time that's a pointless question you can't go back I would trade out of that spot now if I could go back in time I did a lot of a low are you guys doing you tell me Sir how are we doing it merely I'm pretty good how are you guys good you just ask that go ahead okay I'll do one of three Warner called the OTP you're not okay we're going to look to the right yeah you are two that'll live below hello hi which one are you got a good good we want all well I would really call improved plays locators that not then I'll go to add if you'd be willing to make the day kick back Wednesday now July hello there are a blur thank you thank you finally sensible culture alive hello eight zero it show it I tell you what's up hi I was calling to talk about the trophy hunting hi go ahead well it kind of gets a bad rap it's not right to explain to me the benefits of trophy hunting please well the first is.
"eminem" Discussed on 600 WREC
"It was something that is it. It's a lot bigger than what a whole lot of people think but anytime hundred fifty thousand people converged on one town for an athlete events. It's it's pretty significant. Yes, sir. Arnold was there. And of course, you know, made the presentations and so on a lot of fun, but Arnold on the first name basis with him. He is listen to this guy Arnold. The author of the Eminem book now hangs out with Arnold Schwarzenegger. Good buddies. On alexa. Eminem jury is. Oh, goodness. Gracious. Hey, check him out get Honeycutt dot com. Get Honeycutt dot com. I has a book get lean for life seven keys to lasting weight loss. He's got a lot of fitness tips to their he gives them away because he has a heart of gold. But only a body fat percentage of about seven percent. It's our Powell Warren Honeycutt born, thanks so much for joining us. God bless my friend will catch up with you real real soon. God bless you. And I have a great one. All right. Memphis morning, news, six forty to the Eminem diet that is brilliant. Now. Wow. We just we were became part of something's handed Mallett if melts on your waist, not in your hand melts off your waist. Not in your hand. There you go. Six four you hit it. Right. I think forty two years in New York. Good morning right now with a tractor trailer wreck walking all of the lanes on southbound Germantown Parkway at friars point lane stick with trinity to walnut bend as your alternate. Route a crash on mendenhall just north of rains road had a wreck on northbound Airways near interstate two forty. That's our second rank out there this morning. Airway near to forty but traffic, I'm Heather York. This report is sponsored by express pros dot com. Tired of the job search of this get to know express employment professionals and get a call back apply today on the express jobs or at expresspros dot com. Express nose jobs get to know express. Today, we've got sunshine a high and low sixties nine mostly clear skies,.
"eminem" Discussed on Out of the Blocks
"Most of my songs are inspiration songs 'cause I grew up a hard life. You know, single mother, you know, dad, not around. I mean in town the small town he's around small town. No acknowledgement from him. So I sit there I right and tablets have like five different tablets rice. Right. Right. Right. It made me feel like anything outlet. You've all stress in the fire how to attack I'd sit there. And I I'd write about it. You know and release. The Mike Reid. And what I want. One one. This track. The mainstream artists the one lap dry kind of related to and I loved his music so much. I still love today. It was Eminem, slim shady. Yeah. I related to his musical. I mean, you know, growing up seeing mother. No, dad around. I mean, Eminem Eminem was like one of the main main? I listened to his music every day. I mean your new album not yet. I mean, haven't really got the chance to listen to it because I've been busy with some spiritual stuff, you know, 'cause like couple of weeks ago. Overcame a joke habit in also I turned the spirituous traditional ways to keep me. Calm. And Dan, you know, I never felt any happier. You know about life. You know, everything's okay. You know? You know, inspired me about the spiritual. As was my little sister names. Some looks nice, you know, she's my she's my best friend, you know. Yeah. What I was dealing with being a cocaine user and four weeks ago. I told myself notes you need to quit the drug are lose everything. So I talked to my sister. We did a ceremony. Where we did prayers at the medicine man and every day after that ceremony. It was like I got happier. I got more inspiration to go out and do things, you know, and I've been clean four and a half weeks now in the eye. It feels good, you know. I mean, I wish I never fell down that road. But try to do better for my kids. I love my kids. Want to be a good father to my kids? I started out of love. Baptism. Pendle was home to me back last. The good steal. Skinny trying to bus wraps. Bottle. Even..