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"formby" Discussed on ChupaCast
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"formby" Discussed on The Red Box Politics Podcast
"The the the general feeding now is that we should not shouldn't happen to say you know I'm just amazed Still talking about the nhs being overwhelmed. I mean that's where everything's being predicated on whether the chest can cope on on it. Just it seems to me. We thought i mean that should be overwhelmed every year by flu anyway. Now after eighteen months of it shouldn't shouldn't be position where it could be overwhelmed again. You'd think Things would be in place for that happened but It seems like it might do taking the look down at the table. And as i said it's my previous experience and it's not off the table then it kind of feels like it might happen. I mean it's just it's just unbearable to come to complex but it could have. Couldn't it be i suppose you why it'd be. We have been joe for several years now that the winter christ the nhl winter classes comes earlier every year. Nobody starts august. We start a but this question of the just being overwhelmed. I know it's actually. One of the impact has been on a other treatments and patients. And and that sort of thing but i mean we currently back in january. We were seeing four thousand patients indictment also and we're running it about nine hundred. Which is you know. It's still a lot but it's not minova near what we saw in january and actually the. Nhs came under huge pressure both early last year and january this year but was not over where it didn't completely collapse and actually the is there to look after us. We're not we're not in the business of looking after the nhs. It's hugh jacob could breathe smoke that it's one of the few things he's ever said that i agree with that. It's you know we've kind of way around. I suppose the p the Critics would say that it wasn't overwhelmed because we had. We had a month lockdown november and then we had three months lockdown january february march. And that's why it wasn't over well even though it was getting close to capacity so that is not necessarily helpful in the sense It could be giving favorite lockdown. Yeah but what. Did you think what happened politically alice. If boris johnson the cold five o'clock boys john's in the house of a down the street and he announced his another lock. I think he's got a major problem. I think part of it and we can see the poll shifting. The poll shifted partly because he was doing social can and the idea of putting taxes. But there's also the fact that we did like it when we were being vaccinated at a foster rate than anyone else in europe now. The faculty rates ready plummeted. There's nothing special tool. It just looks like it's higher rates of covet We'll struggling all the jesse struggling. And i think that will come back at him in the polls. I think that people are feeling very much as going to win into that. We haven't gone top with this that we probably didn't do enough during the summit makes sure be and it just was okay when there was a breathing space that we didn't catch up on the backlog the people still haven't seen that gp's The actually the there wasn't enough impetus put in to make sure that wasn't gonna happen all over again and he can't say now. Oh different one of fantastic. You know because that doesn't work anymore because you look at them. All look at italy look everywhere in europe almost as got a high of fascination now worse position nothing that thing is the astra zeneca won't be used in the booster jab cry done. Which is i mean. That is a significant blow to all kind of field factor about coming up with the vaccine. I and getting out there. And now that i now that the confidences the not sufficient for it to be essentially been sidelined I think that that could be. That's obviously the government's fault. They takes away some of the a six months ago when the vaccination program going so well clemson analysis thompson there get you can lead them in the times every week. Just get yourself. A subscription ghost towns dot could. He came fourth time bucks up next though it's pam cues unpacked. You're listening to the box podcast. Now it's time for this. Pm unpacked on times radio unpacking the politics and cutting through the crossfire order order. I call mark mcguire. You saw lindsey hole yesterday on still haven't asked him to recall more i will. I will commit on air right now. That i'll get him to a cold you jingle on friday because intially on friday For all the the builder to the the g. seven parliamentary speaker summit. He's hosting the jingle makes it sound like he's going to full. George formby style ditty about me but talking talking of jingles. Have you heard jingles. I have very impressed as as a as a longtime listener was going to say. I don called saux ball slurp talks for nothing wrong with it but it's just not want by Let's let's take a listen. Stay.
"formby" Discussed on Was jetzt?
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"formby" Discussed on SpyHards Podcast
"But the story is significantly different right so same beats as film then no no a meat. Very much in adept asian. Brian open source material. More of a bone identity. Type thing. Those were they. They basically take the name of jason bourne. And that's about it. Maybe some sort of incident in the book that uses their inspiration for the story but yeah they're largely inventions. Would you say this one is more invention or just kind of maybe of like some of the bonds where they take some setup they take some characters but they kind of changed the direction throughout. Us sums it up. Yeah okay that makes sense when you have Harry saltzman producing. He has his template for how he makes bond movies. That makes sense that he would carry that over to this world as well right well i want to get into the individual performances but one thing i did want to talk about quickly before we move onto that is i know. Obviously duncan you are pressuring musician by trade and we we know you love the soundtrack. I think camps. You're a big fan of the soundtrack to the fuss films. Well i that remember it so much myself but straight straightaway in. This movie is outrageously weird. Yeah well i can throw some light on that. Because i actually that comes from the novel i think because Now i'm gonna forget which character it is but one of the characters has Very sophisticated musical tastes and he listens to avant garde or contemporary twentieth century. Classical music. so we're talking about vape. Burn burg start housing. That kind of stuff Is he sort of daily listening. And so i think that the the the music beginning which is post office t to show us how sophisticated everybody in the west is Is taken perhaps from that idea in the book i wrote down. What is this opening track. It feels like mixed between george formby and the imperial march while. That's a styles clash right there. I want to hear that. The ukulele version of imperial march sounds great. Cook and i know they made a conscious decision because john berry scored the first film and they switched to conrad efforts to give the movie. More of a german flavor Do that german flavor work for either of you know K god i hated the.
"formby" Discussed on The Redditor
"Hello everyone and welcome back. Oh my goodness it's been a long on-time so many things happened to me. I country in the world so I might just had a really rough break but it was a break for a while busy though studies anyways speaking of school this this particular episode is GonNa be dealing with something close to home for. Yeah and it's GonNa be about. What's the Muslim lying thing people say when you tell them you are a mathematician or you like math so this is a place much collectibles down to like elementary or high school? So let's get started man. It's been solon. How long have business? I'm nasty like honestly every day. I feel like when I though record I feel like there's a hole in my heart. The you know have study this. It reads the at this moment anyways. Let's let's just get started so for this trip. It's in our slush math surprisingly it's not on an aspirin or teeth for now I don't really WANNA source. Things seem to some British over and over again because I feel like people clip nine by their in house. Content is not a verse so for now. I'm going to assume bread EPI frequent thing for a while. So this is supposed by the slash Steph meek loss and he specializes in applied math. It's his flair. I will have to say almost everyone seems because this is the scientific community so I'm sure they thinks impatience are want anyone in these threats that watches the that listed this to be like. Why didn't you psych the release so anyways but just get started so our poster himself or themselves decides to answer in the in the in the body of the Post? He's as formby. It's probably someone asking. Then what's twenty four thousand six hundred seventy seven seventeen seventy three thousand nine hundred thirty eight. That is the most online thing come on with. We're trying to count the players like it's not how it works like where most of the advanced trainings math is. Not It's not really. It's more like analyzing logic logical systems of consistent. So it's not it doesn't really make sense for you to ask someone in advance computational question because those those are left for modern tools computers and calculators well most of the tools that the that are being studied in advance degrees are mar mar or less about how you sing and the process of thinking in itself. It's not it's not the numbers it's up literally it just like you like being able to move the play pen random digits by another set of tenement digits. Because that's not how it works and arrays. Let's move onto the rest of the answers because I imagine this is going to be fun. Because it's totally relatable people have asked the strangest things I I promise. It's a money anyway. Okay so you serve moebius to replace. I hate this map in school as the most annoying response that he goes because that's like every other person's republic like actually I've got response a lot like for example if I'm meeting New People even within mask or if it'll be like oh whatever degree versa major because theories are finished again anyway sweater major announcing that they will ahead of that. They'll they'll going like their own thing about how they forgot to some. Thirdly okay actually glad to help I mean if he really church we actually here if you like it or not I mean full. I mean there are some subjects that I really despise but some people actually take the grease on thank major songs like for example. Like Nathan these or something you now. I'm not really interested accounting. I mean soon but boy because they literally are from predation they require called the lasers. So I mean I don't have that kind kind of aspect so that's other people's interest so when I just kind of a night when all I am taking X.. Then you replacement I hate the next like if someone's actually taking something I'm a big fan of out. I'm actually sometimes interested in lovable. UH-HUH I want to talk about their actually thinks I'm generally interested about even in subject matters at lake so it's not really something Restrict yourself to talk about then because I don't really like the subject matter anyways next answer okay. Am just a bit. So I hope this better some quality actually this. I want to be going to the next immediately. Because someone actually having good response to this to the responses popular and this is from the lager rhythm and then he says that I tell them I hated Matt in high school too but I grew learning. What's amazing and made it? A major sort of accept already had some liking. Because I'm the only child. Okay that's a it's like part of the story and so I. I don't really talk to anyone my age because my elementary school was more and all that may my whole shtick was just being on Youtube. Almost all the time it so I discovered number fell discovered we heart in the pool. Mass channels all these school match else in. I'm actually enjoying wanting these like I want to eventually understand. All of these like allers a good chunk of them but I don't understand all of yeah. Of course we get some some touch graduate topics like I still present today. So it's it's a big learning process. Yeah I'm looking forward to join nor and like in high school will always join math related Typically these it further my interested. It's some fun okay. So this next one is also popular. Answer honestly I've I've actually heard heard this before J.. Plug twenty five. Oh very relevant username. Nice anyways ace. so He's played map. I feel love in December that I've seen a lot of the people in the suburbs referred to the plan. CACUS HAS SMART Open doors to John Speakers with pure math stutter beaming. Nothing I mean nothing more. Like there's there's like a little list of attributes picnic clean. My field is in business applications. So I uncalled have like bands or something which I'm actually looking forward to dispenser awesome from money literally anyway. So we this. This is a this answer for in particular talks about the something that really grates. Minors he says is that when I and tell people that I'm going to school to become an atom addition automatically get S. What are you going to teach without fail so we we don't feel meeting everyone? Neither Dole that is billion do something wrong peaching essentially a good job Lee people an active. When people ask that like what are you going to teach like? It's like it's a bad thing. I saw some kids are awesome. Yeah actually actually. There's a national service thing we have to sign up and I chose staging is also handed better than military stuff. So yeah it's a good thing. There's option like this like in other countries they quit looking to have that option of so can takeover that electrical. I asked this user. Ducks replaced it as the bose emphasised. Something that honestly is a very big point in this trend as a whole in the tread is literally he says this one literally people are clueless. About what math really is. Obviously he's not alone. That's actually what's going on like people don't don't people get something very advanced. I mean technically not wrong. With their Lord instances of things and it's itself a system of logical talk like imagine you're for where it's like. There's like a logical basis. It's pled philosophy because actually logic it's it's also of course for US Justice this philosophy we apply certain rulings of philosophy so basically a planter rulings. The lesson beat in in in how we workout certain problems like proofs proofs are very official partner. And I don't think anyone these people have to make the layman in general doesn't have any idea and yes that includes engineers the extent of the desert. I mean my dad's an engineering doesn't know what I'm doing just thinks OK algebra and stuff. We got stuff. Oh Oh yeah. He knows topless engineers. But what I'm saying is like the proofs abstract the side of the ball and it's actually so fun to learn the blast watching those numbers Like honestly I feel bad for like that whole thing taking over History because normally normally people would have like buyer like logical although I mean. I watched.
"formby" Discussed on Ukulele Stories
"Can do off the hand. Let me turn the tables on you. Then what's your favorite spe- right now? All right. Okay. At the moment. It's really boring. Well, but it's, it's just garlic and lots of different greens, from for my God, healthy and deputies in the pit of seaweed spring. Is it too boring? Hilton dude, I should try it. Absolutely. Yeah. You say you, you thinking about writing a book about the history of ukulele, Australia. What can you tell us about the history? I don't really know because I mean, I'm only a recent transplant to the country, did you get very far with your research? Yeah, it was. On the spot. You let me to remember. Good with remembering years. But those those kind of. So I remember those. If I just wanna say in this year, but I can't, but people did come from Hawaii, American be part of sort of big musical productions. I mean, I guess, I guess it could have been in the in the twenties. I would have guessed it would have been something happening a little bit because I, I know Canham Oku came out from Hawaiian and did some surfing sort of exhibitions at bonday in the twenties. I believe. And I know that George Formby came out here in the late thirties, early forties bams, and I've seen an amazing picture of George Street and Sydney. The main street in Sydney, and it's just absolutely packed with people all sort of cheering on George Formby, which is amazing. Really? Wow. Yeah. Wow. Yeah. That's great. I didn't I didn't hear that bit so. Yeah, that's good. Yeah. Well, I certainly a, a worthwhile project. Maybe we should get it going. Yeah. Maybe we sure it's not doing that. I probably as you say, it was probably too soon before because everything was changing so rapidly. But I feel I some things of kind of leveled off. So maybe it's a good time to do it anyway. Yeah. Yeah. Maybe something for laser it. Would it would? Yeah. Yeah, it would be interesting wouldn't now apart from using I mean, you probably one of the most autistic people, I know. Well you very involved in the art scene. Tell us about your latest thing, which is complementary caravan, which I just love, but tell the people about that. It's we love caravans voice love where you lived in a caravan for world. Yeah. Yes. Just of what I moved to manufacture. I took my two caravan, so. Great way to move it. She is. I just threw Kevin's. But yes, I was living off, leaving central story, the last five years in caravan in. Oh, well, well, and in a house, but just park it at the Beck of friends Pedic and, and use a bathroom and stuff. But so do of the house, but had Mon space, but only Melvin yet enrollment for five years to love them thirty, I think, when I went to Europe for the first time or these people who lived in his wagons, beautiful wooden, wagons and live together in a community that was in Frankfurt, Germany, and just really practice and in Belgium, and enter, it, people who had both places in, in the fam- people stayed with all these women grew up like that in a place like that. And it's really Greg community space. But you still got your little bubble to going to so, you know, so. Yes. So the company to these spicy. Early. It's a caravan talk it to festivals or events. And but before the event are go to the town and collect compliments I ask people to audio recording. So I ask people to think of someone in their life, and to say, a compliment is speaking directly to them, so you beautiful. I love the way you. Fogarty's. I love the way you hug me it feels like a warm Cup of tea. So you're so people seed inside the caravan and just he this kind of relentless positive, positive attack, positively. Yeah. Yeah, yeah. Do an insult show I've done it once, but I'll talk to that more, where it's, it's kind of a room of five really add electric guitars, and you have to yell out insults, but you can't kind of voice, but it's about kind of getting something off just right. So vent venting frustration. Yeah, it's amazing. You can hobby, even feel your voice guitar, so that, but that's popular. People enjoy compliments bib a bit more. Do you have in what, what else, have you got in mind coming up since I've moved to heats this. I'm just starting to kind of. Now look at what's going on in what I can do. Done a show of performance a few times. That I'd like to try to see how that could lodge at the end. And it's it's always performed by, like, who refugees in always perform inside a tunnel set kind of plays on lots at the end of the tunnel. And it's just it's a lot of this community kind of projects that juries, or sand, has strong sound element. So it's so that's all of they recorded stories about moments of light in the life. Have you connected with any of the ukulele community down in Tasmania? I did a of metacarpal. Was intensified easy. Bus going Honey, the part of the safari. Yeah. Yeah. Join them for the Tasmanian and we played until Ryan, which is right close to where I'm plying where I'm living. And so, I did pump into the woman who organized the gig, I and she plays clearly and who husband make seek ladies so pumped into done one works so of well. Five people came in though beginning. Yeah. Yeah. And this, this is you three UCLA class apparently in village not far from me. If you have a make make it to Hobart. There's the there's hug which is one of the one of the best acronyms I think the Hobart ukulele group. Yeah, yeah. Yeah, I, I went on a little too, with Daniel ho they're a few years ago and had a great, great workshop with them. So they were a good one to look up. I'm visiting the visited them. I just got my mum's in Hobart. So I did visit them once before. Yeah. It's everywhere isn't it, but I think they must be there must be clubs lunches scenario. I haven't. I have to check that out. What was your mama bit of a traveler as well? Or was she always living in Tasmania? Yeah, my mom was, yes. She was not so much. But my dad was he was well, he traveled from Hungary. So he came out from Hungary, when was that he came at nine fifty nine. Yeah, yeah, no Jewish, but they had made a family pecked to not be Jewish got testimony. So it was safe ru easier. It was strange enough to be Hungarian in there wasn't really hungering community. It says. Yes. So just wanted to feed in fifteen it'd be knowable spice like other people. Yeah. It's tough. I guess, in that sort of mess to color, your, your work with them refugees now knowing that your dad was one. Absolutely. I mean. Yeah. And I just, you know if he was alive. I just can't imagine what he would think of what's happening today. But how these start immigration department is treating the humans at righteous terrible doing what you can through out and is important in that way. I mean, a lot of the times can change the world more than politics, so many other things. Yeah, yeah, yeah. Absolutely. And been touch his own touches of people in Minnesota and one man particularly willing to refuse. And I think he's very useful for people's into health. And if people have the strength to, to use it to to use creativity, it's can be really amazing, and it can be really. Useful and helpful helpful for them more, generally than what, what's your advice to anyone who's dreaming of living, a more creative life? The so you ways you could do art isn't it really isn't? And I guess it is about finding something that you feel connected to all I if you're watching drawer, but I think you just gotta try things. Just going to try. Dot be. Don't be don't be scared that it's not going to be good. It's not gonna work. You just have to. I mean, I think people write songs you ride a lot of bad songs to get to with son. Well might maybe not everyone. But I do. Pilots. Sure always doing something that, that love. But then you just go to keep moving it's about, it's about keeping keeping moving. I get stuck too much pressure on yourself or how do you like to relax? Then when you're not doing or your activism, what do you what do you like to do? I do. Which I do I go for walk the dog IS wise, I've always tried to guarding, but it's yeah. I mean, we had years, I haven't because I've been depending where I'm leaving. Yeah. And, but I think the land is so great on the integrity of got some of got I've got half an eye, which is kind of almost too much for me. Really? But because there's not a few fruit trees but not too much planning. So, so yeah, so I'm learning. I'm learning so much really fast about. Gardening. It's scoot say it's a whole new. It's pony area for me. I guess, to them spending time spent time with and, and that can be creative things. Well to even thinking what, what shape I want to have this garden big garden based, what about a ukulele shaped garden bid that would work for a big thing in the middle. Like four rows of lettuces for the strings. Okay. I can do that one question, which I've never asked, which I'm not sure why haven't asked why turtle in rose turtle Littler. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. We're gonna make little say in about that code. Why, why this to Italy my name? Well, it's, it's, it's this kind of stories from my data sheet that had to it, we've got this to, to show. Dad was living on all and through all before he was married, and he was while the side of the story goes, he was kind of, like, sheep ritual. That's a bit dramatic ran aground. There will try to save a man who'd been a local man who'd been bitten by shock who ended up not surviving, but they the ship sank and dead to retrieve few of his belongings, which review shows and to, to show so that he must have hunted. Hopefully it wasn't endangered one but and then I used to remember when I was swimming at the different Putin Olympic swimming swim only spec. I feel like a turtle and. And also he used to live in a boarding house of a woman called MRs to two in Sydney. She preferred to be called, MRs turtle. Anyway, so I don't know it just felt like this word was sort of come up and when I was in seniors doing a study of publicity business, who the friend to kind of to publicize, your friends data shows, but we ended up not doing it because she moved overseas. But, but we're making business cards and we thought its make kind of its aims my good names. And so. Rose to. Yeah, just a lot of times it's too, too. And they light on my sister saw by nine roster on a flyer. And she on the irt locker she wanted them to know that she want people to know that, Bruce sisters. And so, then I put back and thinking I love it, family name, and so, yes. Out up. Stuck with stuck with reading, how has the shaped your life? Oh, it's. Good Christians in it. Well. I guess it's been it's been a tool, I guess, to connect with people. Kristen. And I guess kind of open type indoors too. Well, I mean, it's allowed me to be part of this whole, you know, international network, I guess of people and you might not have anything else common accepts this instrument. And I think that's pretty special. It's been able to meet somebody some mice people around the world. Do you have a couple of highlights from your Yuka travels with international ukulele travels? I think the New York you life was pretty special afoot. Pretty. It was just sounds exotic nice exciting New York, the this, and I think, yeah, 'cause I met some people who, who are who to bet little riv- who's beautiful play. And John, John king, whose pride food classical and so, So that was so. great because I feel like you sort of some of the clothes plays in the world. And also, good to go to New Zealand into hanging out with nukes. We have been a couple of times and done Buta touring. In a study together. Have you have you been to Hawaii? No, I haven't you've been lots of it. You know, I've been there quite a lot. Yeah. And hoping to go next year from my fortieth birthday action grace final question. Describe the ukulele in one would okay. That's really difficult of. Oh, my mind Cisco black case. I was gonna say versatile, but that's she was not very interesting. Adorable. It is a door will absolutely and adverse. Yeah. Yeah. That's it. All right. Perfect. Yeah, yeah. That's my word. Well a lovely chat. Thank you very much rose for joining me. Thank you, thanks. It's great, you're doing this just to get the stories out there. You know because as I said before, you know we were off air. I was saying that I've known a lot of ukulele plays for a long time. But we don't necessarily know too much about each other. Yeah, that's right. We kind of bumping to festivals and we'll have interview went I need to know that you now. Yeah. Well, you could -absolutely. Hey, I'm up for it. So thank.
"formby" Discussed on Ukulele Stories
"Presented by Cam. You lady magazine, this is ukulele stories. Hello. My name's Cameron Murray. And welcome to episode two of ukulele stories, and this installment I chat with the fantastic mic. Conway something of an Australian music legend, Mick I found success when he formed the camps and matchbox where band with his brother Jim in the late nineteen sixties in the seventies. He befriended late. Great Sydney artist Martin shop and played with tiny, Tim, which as you're here was an interesting experience. More recently mic has collaborated with brilliant player as Bill, and we'll be known to younger listeners is the voice of the wiggles wags the dog. He's still gigs regularly is the leader of the national junk band, and I'm proud to call him a friend in fact back in twenty eleven Mick acted as the see the official launch of Cami ukulele magazine for which I'll always be grateful. This episode was recorded at mix home to please excuse any background noise. I hope you enjoy it. First question is do you remember list and counter with eagle early? Well, I remember hearing on all seventy records some Hawaiian Benz and loving that. And then in early seventies. When I was formed little Judd ban wanted to play street instrument, and I was make Fleming was in my van got hold of a man Euch. Those started around a well and he saw this year. I was really happy with it and got found couple months lighter sin, come allies commodities or the so that were little less precise in in England. But but the Martin's was and with the commies just love them. And I was just I was from that moment in love with the so it was from those old Hawaiian recordings. Yeah. When I was a kid when I was a child I used to go round too old to school face and up shops collecting all the ice with silly titles on them. But it was a lot Wyan things as well. So so the the just and the the beautiful thing that happened from me at the same time very early in the pace hostile learning. Just getting cord Scheidt's edible book, but I'm mitt and he played with me and record with me, Liz Adams, have you heard of him? I have actually he had him Hawaiian band in the sixties. He had all these von recordings. He he'd gone until Hawaii and and discovered the ukulele, and he's very good at the lap steel and Hawaiian steel and all that he was very gripe fly, and he had these bands, Liz Adams and these wines, even though he was as all the you're not ours. Event and killed on his get Andrews flat and learn Lindstrom's and things of that. That was my early beginnings in Yukon, are certainly wasn't these style people. Let's fisher. But just love the UK and just was got me going to lose a, hey, he passed away. But I'll recall old when you he was ready issue. And he was in my twenties, and he was in his sixties rhyme. So he in flatten secure with his wife, and he we got him on an mesh boxers in captain matchbox dies. Which was a sort of comedy van of the seventies. And we got into ply on one of our albums. And and we did this this recording lullaby which during the punky, I said we will completely against the grind of everything which was close year was anti. But again when it was it was lucky, right? His own relaxed. Not in twenties thirties, so Lalla is sweet sweet crooning team. And we got list to play. Still this slide in Hawaiian steel on it as well as you on the recording of it ending subscribe. And it was just an Ellison not going ideal on you're having your mentor will take to come out fly on your record. And all that. And he was just used his lovely guy. So what about the pop from the sound the else did you like about it? Well, the the risen things. I I, you know, I often you play and you can pick out a melody do miles things as well as rhythm and melody, you know, but I liked the rhythm pie. And in fact, Liz Adams on love the one the pipe of personal. I loved his his rhythm plying was George Formby. Liz Adams told me this incredible story. So he saw George Formby at the Palais in Velzen killed in the forties fifties. And he said George Formby was sitting in front with these Banja Euch flying away. And like dazzling everything where these days right hand was just just roundabout bump, and and every so often less is watching this guy. And every so often a hand with got it through finish the song hand got there in now, the Uk and and list. This is what was then he realized that George didn't ply many coolants. I'd only did was he was in charging Casey got just utilize in different ways. And it was just he's rhythm had was everything. And. Yeah, that's that's all I just love the kind of that sort of stuff. But I was all Sydney is that you got an Australia. Didn't really have you have some Hawaiian pliers. But it was tended to be more American wing leash versions of Weinstock on the surveys. But you can't Caisley you would get. Sola while the oil somebody like that. But I- king any something on that. But the mostly kind of commercialized versions of Hawaiian which were very good as well, loved them anyways. So. Yes.
"formby" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"All right. We're back with Dr Neil Levin. We talked earlier about this toxic world out there. You sent me this list called the dirty dozen. Now, this is not the list of actors in that. Formby from fifty years ago. This is a list of the twelve most contaminated, fruits and vegetables. What can we do about this? I'm thinking about that old war movie with telly Savalas and Charles Bronson was kind of a scary movie there, but yeah, you're right. I mean this list is scarier because we're eating these fruits and vegetables on a regular basis. So I'm gonna read it right now. This is called the dirty dozen list. These are the dirtiest fruits and vegetables in terms of pesticide residues in America, so listen carefully. Because a lot of these are in your kitchen right now. So we have apples, strawberries, grapes, celery, peaches, spinach, sweet bell peppers, imported nectarines, cucumbers, cherry tomatoes, imported snap peas and potatoes. Now get this Pat every sample of imported nectarines and ninety nine percent of the apples tested positive for pesticide residues. The average potato had more pesticides by weight than any other food a single grape sample had fifteen different. Pesticide residues on it and samples of celery cherry tomatoes, imported snap peas and strawberries each had thirteen different pesticide residues on them. Now. I don't want to scare you away from eating more fruits and vegetables. In fact, quite the opposite is true for years. Now, I've been promoting eating more fruits and vegetables. But the point is it's so nice that when OJ see gonna choose cleanse. You're getting thirty different organic superfoods. You're getting Christopher's vegetables, the berries, all the superfoods, and you're getting them organically. So we nature intended. And you're leaving behind what you don't want because it doesn't have any of the pesticides, herbicides or fungicides dodge eleven we're talking today.
"formby" Discussed on KHVH 830AM
"Three we certainly hope that you'll join us. Listen staff, a stuff, I know that we have we have some good friends joining us. Mark Benson at the top of the nine o'clock hour, I can't wait to get together. With mark. And if you are a car owner or perspective owner, you're going to need to know this. Sorry, go through my note. No, I pulled my right staff. You know, things can go wrong. If you you're wrong stack. Yeah. Can say I pulled about everything I don't think you're pulled my wrong, stack, man. I want to let folks before we jump into back into the programming when we talk about diabetes. You know, anybody with diabetes. I do I do too. I've confronted it myself. I know that people dialed in right now either, you know, somebody. That's that's what that's how pervasive. Yep. So I encourage you, I actually implore you to give a called a wellness program. Now, first of all there's no obligation to anyway. Okay. That's not the point of this. But I think if a phone call. Is made you'll be able to learn and then you'll be able to decide whether it's something for you, or your friend or your family, or whomever might be that, you know, as afflicted with type two diabetes, even assisting in helping what type one by the way, there was a. A recent announcement in regard to type one that deals with the insulin. Pump wasn't necessarily be a favourable. Decision. So anyway. The education about diabetes is clear. It's necessary. But it's also the support that you'll get while. You're there with. The health and the physical, and but there's also the emotional side and wellness is prepared to do all of that for you. And with you, but it has to start with a phone call has to start with a listen, I have diabetes or I'm pre diabetic or my mother, father brothers, whatever it might be. And then you have the conversation that leads to an intake, which I'm telling you right now, it's kind of like with Dr Falker when you go in for the consultation. It is so thorough. It reveals so much, and that's what the intake will do for you as well. He orange you're going to go through each step each state. I'll be straight up. It takes about forty five minutes, maybe an hour. That's how thorough they are with you to go through the whole process. But at the end of the day, you're going to know more about type two diabetes, and how it affects you, and if you are suffering from this or family, or friend of exactly how you can overcome this. Now, depending on the insurance that you have this could all be taken care of by your insurance. If not all of it part of it. Whatever is going to be helpful call them, actually, their eight eleven they're ready for you. Seven seven seven four thousand seven seven seven four zero zero one Tony guys make the call and get started. We have state of the union conversation. Also, this whole business about Keith kind of Cheryl you believe city council out of committee with only one dissenting vote. Yeah, let's pay for his his Bill that is your it's your actions. Mr. Khan of shero, it is your actions that precipitated a call by the general public calling for the possibility of an impeachment out of your position. And you want the very same people to pay for your defense. I think it's absolutely out of line. Yes, you're an elected official. Yes. You're part of the government. But that doesn't give you free rein over the use of taxpayer money to defend actions out of caused this. To take place. Does this mean that if you are in fact, indicted that you're going to go after the taxpayer to pay for that as well? No, it's inappropriate on both ends. If I do something here at the office, and this and the other. Nobody from iheart illegals gonna come into. I got to defend myself. You should defend yourself in your job and your role. And the tax payers should not be responsible for footing the Bill. It's going to be up to two hundred fifty thousand bucks a validated. Ego at to any private attorney now, and he's got a budget. Dear heavens. I don't know if there's any recourse right now by the journal, maybe you should impeach the council members that gave him free money. South west they completed their first flight, I can't wait. I can't wait for people to start yelling and screaming that I'm anti Hawaiian airlines. I'm ready. Are you ready? I'm ready competitions. Good. Yeah. Hey, man. But then again, we look back to go in Mahalo, and I it's a tough business. Yeah. Southwest has been around a while. And they've they found their way in other markets. I'm sure they're gonna they're not just throw in this together. They've got a plan. Have you flown south west before I have to? You know, it's definitely not the frills airline. But you know, when you're taking a family on a trip to the mainland. You're trying to save where you can. And and you know, we can we can be. You know without all the bells and whistles to get from point eight point be if it saves us a grand. Or whatever. But one thing to always do this is with Hawaiian, this is no kidding. It's not just the fear. It's the baggage fees south west, no baggage fee. Curious to know if that's gonna be policy here. We'll see but even Hawaiian airlines with their financial disclosures. You see the incredible amount of profitability from that twenty five fifty dollar hundred dollar baggage fees. You have to pay so competition is is as Scotty said. It's absolutely best for us as consumers. And south west is able to put together a business model makes sense for them make sense for the consumer here. I'm all for it. Never took the family, but I would fly Allegiant when they were flying. If I'm on my own. I didn't care. I don't eat first class. Know just gimme eight point eight eight point be as cheap as it is what I would fly back past years for birthday or Super Bowl with the boys. I travel on my own because I would take that Allegiant flight sometimes pain as low as three hundred dollars round trip. One forty nine each way. Got me back and forth. And I was ready to go. And it didn't matter to me. I didn't care. I was having some drinks and fall asleep. Anyway, it doesn't matter. But I missed that. I'm a. I'm a budget guy. And if that means it south west coming into our markets going to be able to have a business model that works to save us to do things that we have to down. I'm all for it because competitors can react and do the same. South western Hawaiian have the same air have the same. I'll take awhile. But if I can see one hundred bucks roundtrip, two hundred round trip shoots. Let's go to war. Whoa. Yeah. It was crazy. What like that a second ago? Hello can't do it. I don't know. What's going on? Eight fifteen in the morning. Glad you're with us here. Also. Cigarette. Sales equated to slavery and murder. I come on. Here we go. Listen, you want abandoned Banham, but you're never going to ban cigarettes in Hawaii because this state is damn greedy to take in the tobacco sales revenue. It will never ever ever happen. So stop embarrassing us again with national international news cheese people look at naps and snacks. And all of that. All right. Let's try one more time with Mike in Honolulu. Michael. How do you know how my brother for taking my call? I was listening to the news this morning about this decision to allow Shikata share the opportunity to use taxpayer funds for private attorneys. And I might be out in left field on this. And I'd stand corrected easily. But it makes me wonder if a quarter pointed defender is not good enough for him. How much does that cast on all of those that he's facing court that had to use quarter pointed defenders? I think that's a very very good perspective. Just wanted to share very really bothers me that that aspect of it. Let alone using my money to defend his his alleged criminal activities. But I think there's a lot of folks that could raise a significant issue with that take care. I appreciate that. Call very good perspective. The other part about it is you have Corp council. You have an absolute legal department. You have a legal department within city government. Now, you have Corp council that is also wonder. A cloud with a similar letter in regard to role in this entire case. What a mess what a mess. I mean, we take a look at a sitting administration that has an issue with a chief of police. Also with the city prosecutor and with corporate council, the three top law enforcement officials within the administration. Nobody's putting all this together in one breath. Listen, I like Kirk Caldwell. I really do. We've had time in chatted. We've done veterans events. Attended the same ones and supported this. But you have to take a look, and I have invited Kirk on. I'm gonna stop inviting been invited a thousand times. And I I'd appreciate if he'd accept but I had dental look like he's going to tell us firsthand. What's going on? How is it that we have all of these issues surrounding your administration and law enforcement? Now, it's not say that those who are replacing those who are troubled are doing a good job. But you have to kind of wonder what else has happened. What's going on with a federal investigation? That's pretty tough. But for us to pay kind of Cheryl to go on and get a private attorney get a public defender. I think Mike is right on the money. Oh public defenders. Not good enough. Then how is it? Good enough for the general public and not good enough for you. What did you represent yourself? You're at attorney. Why do you have to have other attorneys come in? Are you not a good lawyer? Are you not a good prosecutor put your defense hat on? You've got to defend yourself. I just to go after the public's money to go higher. Rick free door. Some other top name. Dude. I don't know, man. Thanks for the water, by the way. Hey, you need some vodka in there. Well, that was my initial thought I'm glad he brought it up. I was like why is he not just gonna use a public defender? And how does the number that they came up with? How is that? How did they arrive on at that number two to fifty to fifty? Maybe it's two fifty an hour for a thousand hours. I don't know. But it's totally holy completely utterly an absolutely inappropriate. And the city council. Whoever the council chair is right now. Who knows what's going on over there? Mike Formby just they just now have full nine councilmembers. I think an is still the interim chair, I think. I'd like to hear from you. How do you justify this out of your legal fierce committee? How did he justify? There was one to send you vote. I like to know who the descending vote was. And congratulate them. Because that's the appropriate vote. No, we're not gonna pay for your journeys. You're a lawyer go get your buddies. Go hire someone else you've probably used Corp, do whatever you gotta do footing. The Bill for quarter million dollars to put in the pockets of some other attorneys in this town..
"formby" Discussed on Skip and Shannon: Undisputed
"That's the way it go. But but again, he the next play keep tolls off the interception or should I say Jared Goff through him the interception because geared Goff had drawn Harmon rightness face it. He just threw it up for grabs to the point. I believe I could have made that intersection believe a lot of people could have because it just hung up in the air for nobody brain cooks didn't even look back for the ball, and Stefan Gilmore, I got this. And it was a pretty simple interception. If he had pulled off the pivotal pick six that one the. You got me. Right. But again, the five tackles I'll bet four of them were on brain and cooks after he caught the ball. But here's here's the thing. Though. Skip all the vaunt in Bonn had two and a half sacks to force Formby DeMarcus ware had a couple of sex believe Jackson had sex also. So it wasn't like the deepest. Both ward he had a pig. A force a fumble recovery. Like, the deepest play shabby. But I just think in a game of this magnitude skill because you said it yourself you said element dropped a pass. He had seven catches for what ninety yards in the first half three in the first half three balls in the second half. Okay. So what happens in the voting their fins me because I really care about who wins Indy. P and Super Bowl is prestigious it. It matters. Yes, I care to a fault about it, some people's no it matter. Do you realize twenty percent of the final voting comes from the fans in Jim Nance announced going into the fourth quarter? Polls are open who's your MVP? The game is not remotely decided yet because it's still three to read in the thing. He'll skip the rules stipulate every voter not defense you can vote. But if something transpired late in the ball game, you can change your vote as the media. Right. Right, right. You could start boating in the fourth quarter. But they're gonna come ask you in the middle of the fourth quarter sometime your where you leaning right element. And then you start typing your deadline game story. And all sudden, you're like, I don't know I'll stick with element, right? When you think with four minutes left a ballgame guy gets an interception snuffs out of drought..
"formby" Discussed on KHVH 830AM
"Here on this Aloha Wednesday. Well, it's unclear how many guns are in Hawaii. This. According to a recently released report that says murders that evolved guns are lower in the state of the national average, but that's due to some strict gun laws. Stated attorney attorney general's office says there are about four hundred fifty thousand guns registered between two thousand seven two thousand seventeen by the records. Go back to the nineteen twenty is almost impossible to know. If those guns are around. Some parts of a helicopter found off the coast of Mullarkey are under investigation officials believed that the parts were once attached to a chopper that vanish October two thousand seventeen and instructor and a student pilot both died in that crash at Manoa helicopters agreed to pay the family of the students five hundred thousand dollars settlement before litigation was filed 'cause still not don't. Lulu new city councilman for the time being former city transit official Mike Formby sworn in on Tuesday. Me is being put to work right away. We'll share the public safety welfare committee, sit on budget, zoning and housing planning and executive matters, and Legal Affairs. Goodness during the ceremony. He thanked congresswoman Colleen USA release served as chief of staff for the past two years. Your thoughts and comments. I'm an open up. The phones could be our last conversation could be state of the union and much more topicality Richard Christiane joins us at the bottom of the hour. In.
"formby" Discussed on KNST AM 790
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"formby" Discussed on Racing Post
"Your being torn. Combet similar type of characteristic of layout on wetter conditions wins the British masters last year while he's caught imagining a bit in Saudi that Sunday. It won't hate to go. Buy a retrieved the Qatar masters two years ago, a little bit more warmer conditions, not just based off a cold and wet while he was thirty eight last week and Dubai which wasn't a bad pipe opener. Hit the ball, quite well didn't have a great green on the greens. A devise a small each way. Play a sixty six to one this week. Okay. Steve got four others wiz through then. Next. Best is gels lewiston few players on the circuit and more hunger for competition and tonight a longtime off last year five months on the sidelines of the wrist injury came back in late October and was really impressive finished eleventh. I out in the end. Masters twenty-third into key twenty-seven from the net Bank twenty-second in the DP Wiltord championship. And then start at this year spectacularly third place in Abu Dhabi closed for the sixty five which was better than anyone on the Sunday. And then then he got ill ill in an upset stomach missed the cut on the Mark and Dubai so suddenly shunted out of fifty to one because of that miss cut. But it's nothing to worry about upset stomach is gone straight back in business this week. Log all us in prolific European tour champion six time winner is last victory was in this neck of the woods, the Aumont Oakland. Last February go a great Gulf Gulf record. And I think this looks perfect layout. For is toy DT to green go. Yeah. Then three more big process, which wanna McLaughlin and get stuck in. I know we'll have your other three Steve three more. These are walkers remain Ling ask exceptional challenge. Three row. Frenchman clearly going places thirty nine from the masters amateur now stanza to make real serious charges a professional one on the challenge to last year. Three shots in September. Finish four from the challenge to grandfathered in UAE. Any way? Any you a form well worth considering this week for obvious reasons, then fifth in European talk you school together card and was runner up in the South African Open. So ended last year like a train and start this year. Well, twentieth place and do boy last week five under par back nine thirty two bogey-free foreign around sixty six so he came home really strong last week. And then it to even bigger odds. Marcus kin Houghton gagging. Boola kin like lying acid promising youngster who's got some good form in the desert already fifth in the two thousand sixteen Egyptian challenges us first visit this region. Those on the challenge tour Saudi Arabia just across the Red Sea from Egypt. It was second in the two thousand seventeen challenge talk grandfathered in the and they stood in the cats are Mazdas last year. That's that's the most significant pizza phones. Are keynote another tardy player? Made a rusty starts at the but should really enjoy this assignment and Boola for thirty year old. He's got a bulging mantelpiece prolific champion on the Asian tour and good off the off the Mark on the European tour last year in the Fiji international and a bit more about this this Saudi trap. It's you use an unusual grass, which not many courses have is dynasty pass ballum and Boola won the Fiji international on that type of grass or I think he'll enjoy these greens and play well last couple of weeks in the first to go for Vince. So yeah, you cannot Buhler the massive pros once, you know, about bulging mantelpiece, Steve what have you got on your mantlepiece? A replica cleric Geog a couple of awards spokesman roughtly awards were stopped engine that competition when I didn't win I had a v pecan stopped entering. But I've got all the awards up to the point I stopped entering and then going junior golfing exploits. No, no, never never never never actually member of gopher could never fold it every child, but then I've got most of my stuff is from giorno in from Formby, all this or gifts. He he provided. This lovely generous read that sends me gifts go along them on the mantelpiece, Radiohead monk the other day Diddy. What do you never know where you're gonna get? But it's always it's always good in this always exciting when you get package.
"formby" Discussed on Ukulele Stories
"Presented by Cam, you lately magazine, this is ukulele stories. Hello. My name is Cameron Murray and welcome to a brand new pug cost which plan to investigate people's connections with the ukulele, you should know from the outset. This is not a podcast that will teach you how to play the ukulele, and nor is it a pug cost that will teach you about the ukulele. This project is about people at about music and the intersection at which they meet in upcoming episodes. I'll speak with many of the stars of the quarreled is well as lots of other people who aren't well known. But have an interesting story to tell at this point, I suppose, you may be wondering who I am. Well, let me give you a quick rundown on my Euch laid story when I was about ten and nine hundred ninety I was living in Johannesburg South Africa sometime before that I wanted to top because my dad plays one. But being a man of good taste. He refused to buy me cheap plastic child's guitar. And so instead, he got me a Japanese soprano ukulele at amuse. Extols closing down sale. My step grandad was once a member of the George Formby society England, and I've grown up admiring his collection of fine. Banja utilize so one day sick of seeing my little soprano gathering dust in the corner of my bedroom. I also teach me a few codes. And that's where it all began. Now, I feel I should point out the plane. The ukulele wasn't extremely odd thing to do nine hundred ninety particularly in South Africa. Most people had never heard of the new fangled intimate and the only living person I've ever seen play was my step grandad. Luckily, I could go with my dad to a local folk club, which is where I started performing I emigrated with my family to a stray Ilya just over twenty years ago and my dad, and I quickly found places to play in two thousand and four I was invited to perform small concert that was being organized, by lovely woman named rose to. Epa the local legend she had somehow tranquil down along with a few other ukulele plays including the great as Bill. We did the show at the historic Bondi pavilion on Sydney's famous Bundy beach and afterwards guy from community. College approach me about teaching some ukulele classes having never taught anything in my life. I immediately agreed to do is teaching was great fun. Just as people were starting to latch onto the growing worldwide ukulele movement. And if you have my student started a club called scum this George Sutherland community of ukulele musicians from their other clubs usually with similarly, silly names proliferated as it clearly festivals. And now the same trick events. When I wasn't strong. My I was working as a journalist. So in twenty eleven I brought my two passions together to create ukulele magazine. And makes it features interviews reviews playing tips historical articles, if that's something you might be interested in he can find out more dot com. That's K KM UK e dot com. I suppose my third pensioners collecting ukulele vintage Martin's from the nineteen twenties have a special place in my heart because of their amazing history and unrivaled sound I honestly never thought. I'd own one. But I now have my dream sit one K to K three K sopranos the case dance for Hawaiian Koa wood. I also have an eight string one K Tara patch which was kindly given to me, but my step grandad along with all of his incredible banjo. Ucs? I've always enjoyed playing tunes from the nineteen twenties and thirties and George Formby songs, of course. But I find myself writing more and more original material. I recently released an EP entitled fly myself to you it features five originals in the middle of classics, and you can get it now on Spotify or wherever you get your music. So that's me. Hi, I do hope you join me on this journey of musical discovery. I think it's gonna be fun. Every episode of the show will end with the song either from me or my guest this track of mines called Angela's cafe in. It's about one of my childhood haunts and Johannesburg I figured out the best times I had the cafe all took place in nineteen Ninety-one. So I sent myself a little sun writing challenge to make every lyric somehow relate to that year. Thanks for listening and goodbye for now. Ninety one we played in the. Coco was on the MTV the good to be free. My best friends. Mike rampant twenty-five years nine role that time. Come on the way some twentieth. We'll play pacman a double dragon runs out. Runs out. Side.
"formby" Discussed on Power 105.1 FM
"Statue of these shows. I. Surprise every other night, another movie Kinmen morning. Everybody's DJ envy. Angela Charlemagne the guy we all the breakfast club. Now, we have a special guests on the phone line right now, you might have seen on survive in our Kelly. We have Lisa Vigne Allen on the line. Good morning. Good morning. Lisa. Good morning. Hi, lisa. How you feeling today? Hey, how are you? I'm awesome. Has some questions? But let's identify who Lisa van Allen was in this evolving R Kelly docu series because you actually were the first person to come out over ten years ago and testify in the child pornography case, you were the one that actually had gotten the sex tape. And that's how the first sex tape of him got out there with the fourteen year old girl allegedly. Yes, I did testify get something back in two thousand and eight and part of the reason why a lot of people don't really understand, you know, some of the reasoning behind, you know, becoming out, and you know, they they did threaten my life. Right. Maybe a dumb question leasable. Why did you cut yourself out of the original sex tape with Dave? Yeah. Yeah. Because when a sex came out, I know you were talking, and maybe we don't know you you said that you were involved with threesomes with the fourteen year old. You didn't know she was fourteen. And then when the sixteen came out that part wasn't in it. Did you take your part out of it? No. That was not the tape that I was on. Oh. The trial. They were multiple tapes. I heard they were other tapes that will never see or that. We're never actually reveal besides this one exactly now, what age were you when you were indulging in threesomes that he was you know, forcing you guys do different. If we were it was two different ages. It was seventeen and eighteen but she was supposed to be sixteen when I was seventeen what I'm saying? I told you she was sixteen right? Right. And of course, he did that. Manipulator. So he did what he thought he needed to do to get what he needed now when you found out she was fourteen obviously, you knew it was wrong because you you didn't wanna do it anymore and. In the beginning. That I cried. And he didn't care. He said, what am I going to do with this crying? You never wanted to tell or try to tell somebody at least at the fourteen year old was under age or you never thought about it. It wasn't. If you have ever been in love with someone the first initial thing that I wanted to do was to help him get better. I thought that maybe. Cared for him. Maybe I could help him. But you know, once I saw that he didn't feel like he had a problem because that's the first step. You have to admit that you have a problem, right? What are your thoughts on the people that were around him? That actually helped forged documents. That knew what was going on. What are your thoughts about that Dimitrius security? This man, and they're all they're all helping Canseco hurt. These women these things I mean, it goes back to people before that. I mean, I know people on the team David is the one who threaten my life, Jim Brown. I'm names out there. Jim Brown is the one book flights for girls. Jim Brown took me to get the Boston by Robinson. He was my uncle. So these guys, you know, they do things for rob. And they they make it to where he's able to do because he doesn't he? Doesn't read. Well, he doesn't he doesn't. Right. So these are the people that are doing these things for him. All of them are at all. And I mean, they should be held accountable as well. And that blaming you because I don't wanna victim blaming you. But where we appearance during this time, and I'm not blaming. I'm just curious like where your parents there or? Nope. No problem speaking on that as well. I know my whole background. He knew that. I came here that I didn't have a father figure in my life. He knew that. My mother had just been hospitalized for cancer. And my mom look dealing with that. I mean, he do all of these things. So I'm not the blame all of it on him. But my mother was not fully focused on me at that time, right? When I first met him. He is kind of like, it was an interview I tell people he asked me specific questions. Do you have a boyfriend? How old how old are you? Seventeen. To let you come to Chicago. I did ask her when she let me out to you get what I'm saying. So you know, he he he knows what he's doing. He's been doing it for a long time. It's pretty much standard procedure for him. So where did y'all me 'cause they always say he would park his toll both at McDonald's in Chicago. At his home alone video shoot actually with went with a friend of mine girlfriend. She was an inspiring. Not me. We we were just extras individual and he happened. And I'm pretty sure I was the youngest air because you've never seen the video. It's a lotta stripper the girls right there that would have been more than willing to do things with riot. But he picked out his cousin. Come and actually me and say, oh, rob wants to talk. Now, he he did target you. Now, let's talk about meeting some of the other survivors from the docu series. Because I know they said at the screening that was the first time a lot of people had actually met each other in person. Yeah. Actually, you know, all of the girls are really nice. You know, I actually is kinda funny because I mean, we've all been similar situations with him. So when we get together it's kind of like a fish head. And you know, I it's good to have to convince someone of what you've been through. So it's like, we we call each other. It's kind of like a little bit of therapy. You know, what I mean, we talk about being and that we've been through and we don't have to convince each other of anything. So I mean, I really feel blessed to have them. And I'm glad that they come out and what's more victims? If you'd have women that have me that know him and that don't wanna come out. They they talk about it because they know what they're talking about. What kind of help have you gotten over the years? I haven't been to the actual therapist. And you know, maybe that's something. I should do. I'm actually open to that. But right now, I'm just trying to help other victims in the end to try to protect any other young girls from going through it. And with that being said, I would like to put out there that I do have a website called dot com. We're young girl can go on there. They can blog go back and forth with me and talk about what they've been too. I actually had a younger up. You've got the other day. She contacted me about a relationship. She's and she's seventeen years old her boyfriend twenty one I'm not gonna put her name out there. And he's been abusive to our and she was saying, you know, we talk back and she wanted to in her life. Pretty much talk her out of that. And we talked we check back and forth for a while. So I actually feel really good about this. I feel like I'm I'm really helping youth and young girls in. It's come one thing that really was a wake up call for. You was getting pregnant, right? Yeah. I got pregnant and when I got pregnant by him, I had a soul starts on that. Because I love him. I didn't love him enough to bring a daughter into the world knowing that he made molester. Because if you look at his track. Slept west were close to him. So do you think that there is a chance that these charges China bring against our Kelly can possibly stick? I feel like it is if they are under age. Yes, I'm I'm really not sure about what's going on with the girls at the house. You know, specifically, I really cannot say, but I didn't me knowing the rob. I know I'm pretty sure someone underage did something happened. What do I feel like at some point something can happen? Do you feel like, you know, the trauma that you went through and other women went through being exploited at all. Kind of. Yeah. But at the same time, it's crazy because a lot of people say, you know, whether it's positive or a good or or negative publicity is still publicity. And at the end of the day, we wanna raise awareness, so I- whether people agree with me are not they're still listening. You get what I mean. To raise awareness. You can not like me all you want to you want about me. But I came out with nobody else would. Legal Formby to get what I'm saying. Like, I was coming out coming out with my life was threatened. So at the end of the day, and I didn't get paid do any of that. They wanted me to do full deals. They wanted me to do different stuff. This before anyone, and I just testified and went home it really bad. As me that people are are saying, oh, these women are doing this for money. They're doing this for attention and things like that. And that's not at all the reason and people aren't understanding like say, well, these girls made that decision for interviews. You don't get paid for these photos. And if you don't get paid to cry on camera. So no, the Kelly give everybody he he had sex with it S TD because I mean, a lot of people are saying that they got herpes from I did not catch her Bs, and I thank the Lord. I actually called his old publicist to after de have it back then because I was concerned. And she said he did have it back then, but I didn't get it. We have more with Lisa van Allen from surviving or Kelly where we come back. Don't move is the breakfast club..
"formby" Discussed on No Laying Up
"He's dumped basically every piece of. Oversee possibly find on the course forbid it's dormant. I think yeah. I think that the players March is going to be awesome. I'm trying to think what else. Yeah. There's not the British more Astor's at Formby. Yeah. Hillside. Sweet. For that river every year does the treat, course course. Tom Quinn, eight this is one this is a great question. You can place your ball any distance from the green and you have one shot. If you hit the green you win that distance in yards in dollars. If you missed the green it costs you that amount in dollars. What distance do you? Choose depends on greenside Warren, but what's between you and the green, but what kind of greens there? I would say for the sell the most basic shot, you can think of a normal size, green, whatever that isn't it. Yeah. I say like one fifty one sixty eight iron I like legitimately. I think anything inside of seventy like, I don't feel confident hitting the green. Now, I'm going to say to seven. Two hundred seventy dollars the you'll hit the green from two seventy. Yeah. 'cause I we can we go do that. I'll take that. I was going to go at one twenty probably. Yeah. Probably like where my more than fifty percent chance. Say something comfy like ninety. Good question. That is a good question. We meant to try that like. Thousand I thought I didn't know where we're putting up our own money. You're we're talking about like two hundred two hundred and seventy thousand dollars. Talking about what you think the the kind of finding where the sweet spot is. How you end up with you guessed bets. That was even close. A lot of people asking this. This is from Ricardo Ivano would would be interested in your take on rose changing equipment suppliers after a year slash spell where he reached number one in the world. People in a lot of interest in this. I mean, this thing these things happen. Listen, Cathy, quickly cash rules, everything. Yeah. Whatever he wanted to get from tailor-made, obviously wasn't going to get it. I don't I don't know. I don't have a ton of a ton of insight or thoughts or anything. It's just I think that the equipment, especially irons and Toronto. But I think they can I think especially when you're making a prototype, especially wroto of proto the rose proto. I think you can probably make it fairly similar. I'm surprised on the driver stuff. It seems like he's always driven the ball. Really? Well, and he's been tailor made for twenty five years. It seems like I don't know. I'm not. I'm not as worried about like say this move as I would be the Bubba Volvo its nose Astor a couple years ago whose e switch into on allegedly hung hung. Allegedly honma. It could be could be Nike with a. Nearest stand with with the harmless damp over the. I'm not a gearhead. So. We're not really either here. But it's just it is interesting that number one issue player in the world would would make this transition. But. If this, and this is kind of the Justin Rose syndrome is if this was Rory in ROY had the season that Justin Rose head in Rory went to Honma, literally the only thing people would be talking about actually very good point. And because it's Justin Rose, and I we've covered this topic a number of times on this podcast. But because it's Justin Rose people. Just kind of what is it? Okay. Cool. That's correct, which sucks for Justin Rose. But also like it's just kind of the way the world works. Well, I don't know the gentleman wrote in but the one Englishman wrote in said he was disappointed in his countrymen for taking the money. Really to like, I don't know. It's love. Socialistic? And then we are going to get out. I would you be disappointed the money. Like, what are you just like did? He would sacrifice his game for the money viewed it. Oh, I see. Yeah. Yeah. If he sacrifices his game. I guess we could talk about that. But we haven't seen anything yet Midden Gulf tour last question if you could pick only one month to watch PGA tour golf in twenty nineteen based on the tournaments in courses. What would you pick? Gosh. That's a really good question. There's an easy going just watch month of golf. It includes saw two majors anything giant humongous. I think. Right. Well, I would say lie. Yeah..