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How Reformer Charlotte Mason Changed Homeschooling
"Was born charlotte. Maria shah mason in a town called garth on the northwest tip of wales. She was born on january first eighteen. Forty two she was an only child and was educated at home by her parents and she left home. She moved to worthing in west sussex there. She spent ten years teaching at a girls secondary school during that time charlotte began to develop her own original teaching methods at the time and even today many schools used classical education system. This system offers student. Three main categories of study grammar dialectic and rhetoric it places emphasis on writing and systemic grades and often leaves the fine arts outside of the main curriculum. Charlotte disagreed with the system. She believed didn't offer the full scope of education to children and was especially interested in making the liberal arts more accessible as a result she started to pen her own books. She began with the popular series on geography eighteen eighty seven. She co founded the parents educational union or p helped provide resources for parents. Home schooling their children 1891 charlotte moved to amble side england. Where she wrote her most well-known works. She published a series of books that explained her educational philosophies at the beginning of each. She summarized her fundamental ideas. I she wrote. Education is an atmosphere. A discipline wife. Secondly education is the science of relations. Charlotte believed children were innately born as people and thinkers whose own ideas should be respected regardless of their age. She thought children were drawn to honest desires and that the role of adults was to help rid them of bad habits. In order to reach their potential charlotte's curriculum revolved around providing children with what she called living books or books written by people with great passion for the subject. they're writing
Garth Brooks Reassessing Stadium Tour Because of COVID Surge
"I liked it a lot. Alright. Garth Brooks is putting his concerts, his big stadium tour, which you so pumped about Just taking a little pause. I think it's like a three week pause plan right now, Let's just wait and see here how things are shaken out regarding the Delta variant and what happens to vaccine numbers over the next
Garth Brooks Reassessing Stadium Tour Because of COVID Surge
"The top country music stars rethinking plans to do stadium tours this fall in large going home moon summer nine Garth Brooks at envision tens of thousands of fans filling stadiums around the country during his concert tour this fall but he is re assessing that decision because of the rising number of new coronavirus cases around the country in a statement Brooks says he will do his next two shows set for Kansas city in Lincoln Nebraska but he says he's unsure about what to do after that he says he'll be using the three week break after the Lincoln show to decide what to do about the rest of the tour which includes stops in Cincinnati Charlotte Boston and Baltimore he says the last thing he wants to do is to schedule a show sell tickets Ford and then have to bail on fans because of health concerns I'm Oscar wells Gabriel
A Gene Therapy to Program the Body
"Mike thanks for joining us. A pleasure thanks for having me danny. We're gonna talk about osteoarthritis. The pain associated with that condition and functions efforts to address this with a gene therapy and development. Let's start with osteoarthritis for people not familiar with the condition. What is it. Osteoarthritis is also known as degenerative joint disease What is seen is progressive breakdown of the cartilage inside the joint attendant inflammation pain and over time can result in the joint Actually becoming No longer as functional as it needs to be and is often attended by progressive and unrelenting. pain This is a very very common condition. Thirty million americans have symptomatic osteoarthritis. Fifteen million americans have symptomatic osteoarthritis of their knee and see their physicians for that Five million patients receive injections into their knee each year for osteoarthritis knee pain And you you cross the threshold for receiving in particular injections as a result of exhausting. Your oral treatment options Which unfortunately also. But understandably also include opioids anywhere from twenty five to forty percent of patients with symptomatic niaz. Osteopaths rightous are treated with opioids and We identified The osteoarthritis as a very large unmet medical need that was ripe for innovation in which had patients who really wanted and deserved better and longer pain relief in what was currently available on the market. And that's why we've moved in this direction. That's what we developed so red. I'll tell you more about that if you like. And also why we're developing gene therapy for us garth rightous.
Kennedy Center Honors Slims Down in Response to Pandemic
"Center honors are being held today but on a smaller scale because of the pandemic, the iconic performing arts center in Washington, D. C. Postpone its event from December MPR's Elizabeth Blair reports. The honorees include musician Garth Brooks and director and choreographer Debbie Allen. The Kennedy Center honors air like Lifetime achievement Awards in the arts. The other honorees are violinist Midori, Joan Baez and defended Jiminy, Jiminy, Jiminy, Jim Jim Tariq a sweep it as lucky. As luck income BEEF Germany. The honorees were greeted by President Biden at the White House this week. The honors gala is typically the Kennedy Center's largest fund raiser, raising about $6.5 million. With everything scaled back this year, They raised half that. A telecast of the Kennedy Center honors will air on CBS on June. 6th.
Jill Biden gives Kelly Clarkson advice on her divorce
"Today, and they talk about Kelly's recent divorce. Sitting in the White House. Jill and Kelly discussed the divorce, and Jill said that without going through a divorce, she would have never met Joe and have the beautiful family that she sweet. Okay, can I just say, I mean, I know this is not critical. This is just I'm fascinated by just critical that you want to be nice about it. I know it's going to sound critical. I don't mean it to be critical. I think it's interesting that as the interviewer Kelly Clarkson. They end up talking about Kelly Clarkson's divorce. You know what I mean? Like he's a clever, clever strategy. Yes, yes. On the subject, do the interview because she Loves to talk about her divorce anyway. Come on. Yeah. The first lady also passed on downs. Passing words on the cast on that note passed down some words saying that my mother always said said to me, things are going to go. Always going to look better tomorrow. So she encouraged Kelly to take one day at a time and things will get better. It's kind of nice. Yeah, that is nice. It was good sound advice. Yeah. Tricia Yearwood. Garth Brooks were quarantining after being exposed to covert 19. And now it has been announced. Patricia has
Lady Gaga and Jennifer Lopez deliver moving inauguration performances
"Inauguration musical performances are tricky but lady gaga jennifer lopez and garth brooks. Did exactly what we needed them to do. By stephanie's jaric when lady gaga the first performer. At the inauguration of president joe biden and vice president kamala harris step toward the podium to sing everything about her that tropical red poof of skirt. The colossal golden dove perched on her shoulder that milk made from moma hairdo. Was celebratory announcement. Welcome to the modern age. Though the road ahead is rocky we no longer need to live and dread gaga living completely in the moment had arrived to point the way toward the future inauguration musical performances in their need to balance solemnity with jubilation are always tricky propositions but the biden harris performances from gaga. Lo and garth brooks performers from disparate backgrounds and different disciplines struck a note. Unlike any we've previously heard let's call it a sigh of relief building to a cheer of exaltation. even the cloud strewn blue of the washington sky seemed key to the moment and to this particular event taking place in a spot where just two weeks ago a bunch of clumsy if dangerous insurrectionist took a run at democracy and failed jennifer lopez was the centerpiece performer. But let's talk about her. First emerging all white chanel. She projected confidence civil woman who has worked her way to the top of her game. White everyone likes to note is one of the colors of the suffragettes. But it's also the color of working people in machine washable cotton and the color of luxury and dry clean only silken wall in this remarkable. Hi lo j. lo outfit replete with snowy gibault possibly a not to the garb of our founding fathers lopez. Saying a remarkable song. This land is your land. It was written in nineteen forty by. Woody guthrie allegedly and shabby hotel room just outside of times square. Not on the six but in close enough for lopez to sing this song a protest anthem but also an irrefutable declaration of belonging with so much conviction and boldness is to bring guthrie's intent and his dream full circle. This is in america. He couldn't have imagined. So terrible in some ways yet so radiant and others here is where woody and his work shirt meets a dazzling latina artists from the bronx who represents not just in terms of any monetary success but in her sheer awesomeness. Everything that an individual is free to strive toward in america. Lopez's version of the song wasn't a reclamation. You can't reclaim something that already belongs to you. And as she segue into the song we sometimes think of as our second national anthem. America the beautiful she reaffirmed that sense of ownership and pride and a breakout moment she shouted out in spanish words that translate into one nation under god indivisible with liberty and justice for all. But you didn't need to speak the language to know what she meant.
"garth" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
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Garth Brooks to perform at Biden’s inauguration
"Garth Brooks will perform tomorrow and Joe Biden sworn And as president is not a political statement. This is a statement of unity He sang. We shall be free of the Obama inauguration. He has not announced his song choice. This time, Lady Gaga will sing the national anthem and J. Lo will perform.
Garth Brooks joins lineup of entertainers at Biden inaugural
"Country singer Garth Brooks will be part of the celebration at the inauguration of Joe Biden as U. S. president on Wednesday I'm marches are a letter with the latest and Brooks's his involvements with Joe Biden's inauguration is not to a political statements but one of unity Brooks said during a virtual press conference he will play solo during what he calls broken down bare bones stuff Brooks played at the inaugural celebration for president Barack Obama but cited a scheduling conflict when invited to play for president Donald trump's inauguration lady Gaga and Jennifer Lopez are among the other performers at Biden's inauguration I marches are let off
Joan Baez, Garth Brooks to Receive Kennedy Center Honors
"Two actors and three musicians will be the recipients of Kennedy Center honors, which have been rescheduled for May after being delayed because of the Corona virus. Pandemic correspondent Margie's Ar Letta has more actors Debbie Allen and Dick Van Dyke Country singer Garth Brooks, folk musician Joan Baez and violinist Midori will be the next recipients of the Kennedy Center honors. Usually, there's a big gala with tributes in December. This year. The center is working on a different sort of event or maybe serious of events in May that will be filmed and shown June 6 and Marty's Szaroleta
Delayed Kennedy Center Honors to be rescheduled for mid-May
"Two actors and three musicians will be recipients of Kennedy center honors which have been rescheduled for may after being delayed because of the corona virus pandemic I marches are a letter with the latest actors Debbie Allen and Dick Van **** country singer Garth Brooks folk musician Joan Baez and violinist Midori will be the next recipients of the Kennedy center honors usually there's a big gala with tributes in December this year the center is working on a different sort of event maybe series of events in may that will be filmed and shown June sixth on CBS Ellen says it will feel like a return to something not total normality but something brick says whatever it is it's going to be cool
"garth" Discussed on KCRW
"KCRW music. Tuesday night affair Garth Trinidad with you hear back from my two weeks stretched during the Rhona rotation. Like my man child's. Peterson likes to say connecting the dots. His chemists would go out and dance. Thundercats gave us fair chance. It's a remix by floating points featuring time dollar signs and little bee Little Bee. Marcus killed more featured on drums for this new single by Taylor McFarren. It's called Chance to say My piece recently released new tailor McFarren. These sacred souls definitely. Favorites of 2020 Give us justice. Classic James Brown. It's a man's man's man's world. It's the one with three man's And classic Lula read to begin your key Don't fit. No more words. Lots and lots and lots and lots of good music to share as usual. Stay tuned. A lot of white evangelicals have stood by President Trump for the past four years. One.
Garth Brooks and Trisha Yearwood take requests for live CBS holiday show
"With christmas. Right around the corner countries doors tricia earwood and garth brooks will host a holiday special tonight. Garth and tricia live a holiday concert event. Airs at eight thirty eastern time on. Cbs and streams on cbs. All access the country superstars will sing all your holiday. Favorites sender taken requests from their home. Studio brooks recently released his fourteenth studio album fun. Last month and directly following garth and tricia at nine thirty josh krovatin miranda lambert medicine trainer more will perform for the twenty second annual a home for the holidays hosted by gayle king annual event feature stories of adoption and foster care to raise awareness of the importance of having a home for the holiday.
"garth" Discussed on Pantheon
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"garth" Discussed on Pantheon
"And i mentioned the fans disposition in the song. And it's all right here. Is that Very spare ground. You've heard the background of the song right. What's at so earl bud. Lee said the idea for the song was born and some songwriting friends gathered gathering for lunch. One day at the tavern on the row of popular nashville eatery When the check came lee realized he had forgotten his money. He was asked how he was gonna pay for it. And he replied. Don't worry i have friends in low places. I know the cook leeann is songwriting. Partners wayne blackwell immediately recognized line friends in low places had potential but they didn't act upon it immediately. A few months later and blackwell were at a party celebrating. Recent number one hit by another songwriter. The began to talk about the doormat. Friends in low places idea and at that very moment all started to come together in a song lee said because nothing else was available. They wrote the song on paper napkins when the songwriters polish friends in low places the contact godber you record the demo for them And that's how it was born. It's got everything kyle. Yeah he got beer If you listen you can. A beer can opening at one point of the song which i'm still pissed off about because he can't hear my beer bottle opening write ups. Three twi- staff you've got boots. You got whiskey and blues. It's painted so well in throw in the huge chorus singing with him and of course you have the making of one of the biggest hits of his career and there's a great essay by a chuck close dramatic. Who summed it up like this. He made songs that satisfied all the same needs as bruce springsteen's did except with a little less sincerity in a little better. Understanding of who is audience was friends in low places was as effective as pop music ever gets. It's depressing song. That makes you feel better. Singing along with that. Song was like drunkenly laughing at a rich person. And knowing that you were right. It's a song that makes you want to get drunk out of spite. Garth told stories about blue collar people who felt good about what they're bad. Life symbolized perfet. It's perfect and of course kyle is a third verse that is not on the record but has always played live. Yes you have it in your notes there. I don't have the whole verse. But i do know that. The last few lines changed culminating in Just wait until i finish this glass than sweet little lady a head back to the bar and you can kiss my s biggest reaction of the connoisseur. Always watch by. Because it's so fun. Yeah it's relatable and you feel like you just got invited to the biggest party going on at the moment is isn't that what we want with live music shit. I miss concerts. And since i do not go out. That's what people want to be involved in that collective experience and just yell kiss my ass at the top of their lungs. It'll happen again. And i guarantee you know garth brooks was supposed to do that. Stadium tour starting at the end of twenty twenty. Yeah and i guarantee he'll be one of the first artists that are back out there when it's safe to do it. He was supposed to open Allegiance stadium. I guarantee that that tore is going to be.
"garth" Discussed on Pantheon
"I hope you dance by leeann womack and is probably the most popular father daughter wedding dance song of the last thirty years. The song was also recorded by garth's future wife tricia year would on her debut album. So funny story about them. Maybe not funny could be ironic. I don't know they were both in nashville. At the same time in the late eighty s before either of them hit. Hit it big. And they were recording demos for other people and they were singing a song together and this was nineteen. Eighty seven two years after brooks had married his first wife apparently when he and tricia saying together brooks was instantly blown away and his record producer. Asked him what he thought of her after she had left and he said feel like i just met my wife and the producer apparently responded with. Yeah we get that a lot with you realize you just got married right. I feel like i met my wife. She's not here like just met my wife. Well that's weird. This isn't one of my favorite songs on the record at all. Yeah but it saved to buy his voice again. And i'm sure it's something about the mix randy briley test of this but his his vocals are so up front in the mix that it sounds like. He's talking right to you like yes you listen to it and headphones it's forward in the mix and if there are two or three week tracks on the record this is for sure one of them but it's not horrible. There's just too many strong songs on the record. There's bound to be a few a that miss however musicians are fantastic. Yes this slide guitars really really good again again. You want to move onto it but you said the hit album. I think i'd say friends in low places. I have friends in low places. I do too. But probably not as many as garth brooks or Earl bud lee or dwayne blackwell. It's the first single from the record and a huge hit cowed. You have some of the vital statistics for the song I do it. Spent four weeks at number one on the hot country songs. One both academy country music and country music association awards for nineteen ninety single of the year. It actually came up twenty one days before the album. And i don't know how true this story is who i like stories but there is a rumor that the reason why they. They actually rushed the album to release and the reason being that. This single was always supposed to come out about a week before the album was released and got brooks mother somehow leaked it to a local radio station..
"garth" Discussed on Pantheon
"Garth had this to say about how the song got to him said. The song came to me through jon northrup. He was doing a demo. Deal and two of a kind was one of the four songs. He was pitching for a demo. When i heard it. I said i wish you all the luck on your deal. But if for some reason it falls through. I'd love to have this. He called me three months later and told me i could have it if i wanted it. I immediately cut it into this day. Even though it's a small lighthearted song it's one of the strongest parts of our live show and it is people just seem to connect with the song this is. This is a big point to writers and artists out there especially myself that sometimes intense gets the point across. But don't forget to show him your sense of humor. I think that's such a big deal. Yeah don't forget you're allowed to be funny and half a good time. Yeah it doesn't all have to be serious. enjoy yourself. One of my favorite parts of being a this isn't even in my notes but one of my favorite parts of being a rush fan over the years. You're rush when someone said that. Okay and i guess it's true. Whatever on my favorite parts of that is knowing that their music itself is very serious but these guys are comedians at heart all the time and their stage shows represent that there's a reason why getty lee always had like he had a he had a bunch of dryers behind him. He had a bunch of chicken rotisserie chicken ovens behind him because they they're like let's not take ourselves too seriously and i think that's a big reminder for artists out there is like you got to remember to have a good time. Yeah and you know. And while i think that the tone of the entire record here is serious and blue. There are a couple of tracks to kind of break that mold in this being one of them. And i think that's important thing to consider. You don't wanna lose your audience in the sadness of a record unless you're the care but like in which case it's completely false and like glen phillips said when we interviewed him. It's important to have that light. Not just shadows. Yeah you gotta have gotta have both and there's a i think there's a unique aspect to garth brooks that i that i don't get or that. I do get in a lot of artists that i listen to. And it's absent and a lot of country music which is why don't gravitate to it. He has emotional authenticity in his voice. So even though this is not a blue song voices so rich and demands your attention serious or not. You know you're instantly like called to it and then you know it right away and it's just a great song. I i really like it. Yeah yeah. I like that. It's fun i like that. It's a fun song and then it's like you said it lightens up the deep -ness of the rest of this album. It got throw it on there every once in a while. Yeah you don't want to become a victim of the game. Which is the next saw is it. Oh my gosh. How did you know i don slow sad breakup. Oh my gosh you just went from having fun to give a break. Yes so the songs written by garth at co written by mark d sanders. Sanders also wrote the very famous song..
"garth" Discussed on Pantheon
"Isn't always true and more often than not. It's not true. That's why it's a stereo stereotype. A but yeah. I thought that was interesting. And i thought that it was probably a southern. We should talk about for second. Yeah that's it is. It is important to him. Yeah cool. there's a part in that same documentary where they cover that pretty extensively about how how he was losing fans because of the we shall be free and he's like i don't really give shit. I don't care how many people i lose. This is important. This is this is something that needs to be talked about and sung about. And i'm not going to shy away from it and of course with that kind of platform. What better voice to do it. Yeah and say no. I'm talking about it. And i don't care if you don't come to my concert somebody else will like. Don't worry lots of somebody. Else's will doa still fill the stadium. Don't you worry about it. I i had a whole section here. And i cut it out of my notes. Oh no but It was his last tour. The stadium tour de on his website and look at the stadium toward numbers every single stadium that he's in they have like some thing. That was the first or a huge creating four thousand people in nashville biggest concert in that. Stadium's history yes. Fastest ticket sales and that stadium's history. Exactly it's it's unbelievable. He's if it's all true. Oh i believe it's true. I think you're right. I believe it's true but Yeah yeah there you go so but suba. Let's do a track by track knows it starts out with the thunder rolls be. The album begins with a storm rolling in yeah berry indicative of the career that was about to become so this song was fourth at was the fourth and final single of the record and his sixth number. One hit. yeah already album. Six number one right it tells the tale of a man who's been cheating on his wife of course not wanting to find out and her not wanting to believe that it's true. This song could easily be a rock song easily if you take away his voice which i'm not saying you should. Because his voice is super strong and powerful this could have easily dominated the pop chart as well In the visual is super strong right so this song was written by garth brooks and pat alger And the song was originally given to tanya tucker in nineteen eighty-eight. She cut the song but ended up not putting it on the album. Which in this weird world of country music puts the song. Basically back up for grabs if you don't put it on your album. So garth is producer. Allen reynolds felt it was One of strongest garth ever written up to that point sue. They were happy when tucker past garth would record it for no fences but at the suggestion of reynolds left the fourth verse off of it which was actually suggested by tanya tucker's producer at yet it was added in specifically for tanya tucker and then kickback kickback out. Garth brooks according. However he always performs the fourth i live. Yeah and that verse is really. The culmination of the story of the song wife goes back in grabs a pistol determined that this won't happen to her again Even though that verse won't wouldn't get radio play brooks did put it in that part of the music video. Which is where the controversy begins. Here's piece right here waiting any dry. She rushes out to owned him. Thankfully own rain. Strange new for blow and the lightning flashes at arise in me knows that she no And the thunder thunder own. Stri another.
"garth" Discussed on Pantheon
"Dot com and i was really upset by that. Yes and i got looking into. He actually does. Have you can stream amazon music. Right or purchase physical media on amazon music. And i was like whatever i actually get looking into a and it turns out. It's actually one of the cases where i actually now that i know this information. I fully agree with him. So he's specifically signed a deal with amazon music after looking talking to apple talking to spotify talking to a whole bunch of different Streaming services and brooks said He was attracted to the retail behemoth amazon because of its commitment to old models of the music business. In addition to the new brooks said. It's foolish to give up on physical music sales putting up at half of adele's historic record numbers for cd sales quote. I was looking for one company. That did it. All out of the blue Amazon offering streaming physical and digital music. Said brooks took it then. And i still take it now as a godsend at a miracle brooks told the audience at south by southwest in two thousand seventeen Another reason he's hundred amazon. Was that the agreed to sell digital versions of his music as whole albums and not just singles do like that brooks clarified. That the full album model is one that nurture songwriters. Songwriters will get a cut of whatever album. They get a song on even if that particular song is. One of the album's most popular singles really. This allows them to keep working on the craft until as brooks said quote the stars align and they write that. Hit a quote from two thousand to now. Nashville has lost over eighty four percent of its songwriters. We must be invest in the songwriter. We must take care of them because that's where it always styled so now my respect to task to go up for him rates because you think about this album sold eighteen million copies and there's a couple of data duds on these records on this record. That was were written by people. That are tim. Yeah that are still collecting because this album keeps selling yup. That's pretty awesome. Yeah all right. That's pretty good stuff. That was I was very of a bitch guards. I read that. And i was like actually i kind of liked drag good for him suspectful last thing. We've got to talk about. Because it's kind of against the stereotype. Turns out. garth brooks is a huge supporter of gay rights. Yes i had no..
"garth" Discussed on Pantheon
"And i know it's a word you and i use a lot but there's to be said for the authenticity of i can do anything i want right now. Yeah but i'm going to do something that's important to me still and i think it's a big deal. I also read that this this reach number one on the british country chart. I didn't even realize there was a british country. char it was There were only three songs on it. Oh so so one of three. I did notice that it It went platinum in ireland. I was like wow. And then i realized platinum in ireland is seventy five thousand records which is still for ireland. That's pretty good. That's like one of every eight people a lot of people on this album. No idea how many of these ireland. If you're listening out there ireland which i know you are. I'm sorry at least tell us how many people there are in ireland. Just send me a quick a country fan from ireland semi quick email info audio. Judo dot com. Tell me how many people are in ireland. So if you're a fan of country music in ireland tell us what What that's like crazy. No really i would like honestly that would be. That would be fascinating for me to hear about so. Did you say it. Also reached number three on the billboard chart the regular bill which are and a top forty. I did not have that number on here. But i did see that and stayed in the top forty for one hundred and twenty six weeks. Yeah so it's okay. It's an all right now and you did mention that. It's was number one on the country chart. It stayed there so long that it was replaced only by his next record. The record that knocked knocked no fences off the top of the country chart rope in the wind by garth brooks so shattered records accorded controversy and it made garth brooks a household name. There's two of the things. I think we gotta talk about these three. Actually that we gotta talk about three on any one of. Them's the album art. You wanna talk about that. I i could find nothing except it's a picture. I don't quite a bit so good news. That's why we're a good team. So i don't know if you've ever noticed most of garth brooks album covers have the same theme. It's a picture of him. Yes it is his solo record. This is the this is the second in the first five that become in my opinion increasingly ridiculous. Okay because the first one. It's just it's young garth brooks and he's standing. He's wearing a big. You know in the in the fields and then the next one this one is he's wearing it's black and white but he's wearing this heavy stretch shirt. Big hat almost seems like it's tinted blue. Is i feel like it might be just a little bit which could kinda telling rights but the next one after this No rubbing win. He's wearing this wide black and blue striped shirt and it stands out so much. It's so awkward looking and it's a good cover but it's the it's this weird i don't know it just has this weird thing and then it gets even weirder it in pieces. The next one with the black and white checkered checkerboard. Yeah and it's even weird like wow. That is a very bold statement for a country musician and then finally ivanhoe crept forgot the name. the no it's a pick up the pieces. Oh that's in pieces so the chase was the one that has the red and black. It's a weird looking and then after that it's just a super close up of his. I just a gigantic eyeball on the cover of is like..
"garth" Discussed on Pantheon
"On am developed the classic country format or old country hank williams and stuff In addition at this same time more and more. Fm easy listening stations. Which for some reason is now called beautiful music stations. They don't call them easy listening anymore. They're called beautiful music. What yeah. That is the dumbest thing i've ever had no more easy listening beautiful music now or yacht rock. I'm fine with yacht. Rock but so they began to abandon that format and started playing more country music because country was beginning to become more and more available to the consumer producers in nashville began to polish the product. A little bit more than in one thousand nine hundred ninety billboard which had published a country music chart since nineteen forty that was based on sales change their methodology for tracking singles only airplay was used to determine chart performance. So all these things in motion right. Yeah they're not going to base it on single sales anymore. They're only basing on. How often your record gets played on country. Radio and a young man from oklahoma was poised to take this music world. The perfect time everything comes together at the perfect time right so royal garth brooks. What a fun name. Troy troy troyer trial. Garth brooks is his father's name to yes born in tulsa oklahoma in nineteen sixty two one of the more interesting things about his upbringing in something That would certainly influence his live performances was how little he was actually interested in country music. At all growing up he was a rock and roll fan. Yeah if you have sirius. Xm radio Garth has zone channel. That he personally curates the music for and he plays his music naturally is one mood. He plays some country and he plays everything else. He plays eagles he plays out. And johnny plays bob seger place james taylor he plays lady gaga bruno. Mars and stuff like that. He's a music fan. Yeah and he's influenced by musicians and performers and entertainers and according to him. He listened to george jones when he was young and that was about it for country music. Really listen anything else..
Seattle Sounders' Ruidíaz in isolation in Peru after testing positive for COVID-19
"Forward Raul Rui Diaz remains isolated in his native Peru. After contracting the virus. Sanders GM Garth Lager Way hopeful they could get their leading scorer back by the end of the month. Peruvian federation balls seem quarantine is unless S O. N the same. We have protocol, so he'll be in isolation in Peru for a period of time. First place Sounders play at San Jose Sunday night.
Post Malone, Kelly Clarkson, BTS set for Billboard Awards
"2020 Billboard Music Awards in the books. Kelly Clarkson hosting a proud List theater out in L. A Post Malone, one of the big winners, racking up nine awards, taking on top artists for his top rap album, Hollywood's leading Billy, I'll Ish went home with three awards, including top female artist Garth Brooks Country Legend was presented by the Ah former recipient share for the Icon award.
Alabama football coach Nick Saban tests positive for COVID-19
"Head coach Nick Saban has tested positive for covert 19, saying it is not showing any symptoms and is resting at home for my Husky head coach Steve Sarkisian is acting head coach for now and could lead the Crimson Tide in Saturday's game against Georgia. The Sounders match that was supposed to be played last night but was postponed due to covert issues with Colorado has yet to be rescheduled. Sounders President Garth Largo Way says Don't expect to make up date any time soon, but we have the Galaxy game that's cancelled rescheduled. There are no open dates to reschedule the Colorado game so that that is something that could impact for game. He says He has not heard whether the MLS might use the bubble format for playoff matches like the NHL, an MBA successfully used In the
The Boys is worth watching and it's getting a college spinoff
"AM talking about the boys season two yet on this podcast I think boy season two is terrific. It is. It captures what made the best of the in one work for me hit the ground running every episode of Season Two's been as the best season one. I know this is a controversial show this podcast because. Chris. Disagree very strongly about the show in a way that maybe the most of his group with him about anything. In our time to work in slash film. I think season two of the boys is the kind of angry vicious funny satiric wildness that we need right now is targeting all the right targets and using a superheroes to stand in for. Alva grievances against, Celebrity Government Military Corporate Corporation. A blended all in a way that makes the matic censor feels modern. And some who read a lot of the comic before it was. Before I decided Nah stop because it was bad mesh of start in the first place it makes me smart adaptation choices like For example, as a character in the comic who's literally a beefy German goths on his chest he was a Nazi superhero in this one that connected to be. A young attractive woman with a cool haircut whose social social media savvy and. Hides her white supremacists. Breads permits leanings in the idea rallying against pc culture and it's really chilling villain in a in a show of characters. She is very upsetting to watch and wait until modern can't wait for the show to take her down as it does all it's great villains. So that's the boy season to it airs. Or arrives every new episode and Friday it's over halfway through the season now I, can't believe it's almost like he's just come to episodes left now and I be watching it tonight and his podcast finish work in her watch the boys. Jacob Real quick. Would you call the boys an ugly show not from a visual perspective, but just like its worldview is, is this a show that will make you feel like scum after watching it? This is this is where Chris I disagree Chris. Chris can jump in if he wants to the first season, may Chris feel bad. He's talked about this before in the show in his review on the site. And he's not watching these for that reason. But for me I think. The show is about people in a bad world trying to escape that bad world trying to throw the battery. And I, leave the show each week feeling angry but ready to fight supposedly Brung down and brought down by I mean people are completely out different reaction to it but I I never feel like if you take a shower after watching, it's bloody has as a can because it is incredibly violent show. If of Nastiness I, it's always funny enough and always just hopeful enough to a key character is to keep the light shining. Christie have no interest in an checking out seasons you. Know I I can't say I do it's just. It's not it's not for me and that's fine. You know that has to be for me for sure Jacob are excited about the spinoff that they just announced of the boys know it sounds like the worst part of the boys. The. Comic is the worst part. The comic is that. Garth Ennis writer whose work I have liked before. Lean very heavily on warfare superheroes, but perverts leaned on that all the time whereas the TV show leans on that maybe once or twice every so often and Setting up spinoff where it's a bunch of young sixty pros in college with hijinks sounds like the worst parts of that comic being brought to life. You know whether superheroes and they're gonNA have sex all the time. No superheroes in the show are very much. Representations is wrong with you know the world and the people who are fighting against that. So I don't think I need to watch the show about those
The Bonus Army
"Welcome to kiss myths and mysteries. I'm your host Kit crumb today the mystery of the Bonus Army July twenty eighth nineteen thirty two will mark the eighth anniversary of one of the most controversial protests in US history and yet it remains virtually unknown to most Americans. On, that day nineteen, thirty, two, five, hundred, US army infantrymen loaded rifles, fixed bayonets, gas grenades containing of vomited ingredient two, hundred cavalry, a machine gun squadron eight, hundred police and six M One, nine, thousand, nine, hundred seventeen army tanks prepared to attack seventeen hundred unarmed men plus thousands of their wives and children moments before the Assault General Douglas Smith Garth in charge of the operation turned. To police officers standing next to him and said, I will break the back of the enemy. The attack was ordered by President Herbert Hoover and commanded by General Macarthur Dwight D Eisenhower was MacArthur's aide and Major. General George. S, Patton led the tank unit after donning gas masks the tossed hundreds of tear-gas grenades into the encampment which started raging fires and the assault drove all but the. Occupants of the area in Kampman was then burned to the ground. This wasn't Cuba the Philippines or the Mexican border. But in Washington DC The camp nicknamed Hoover Ville occupied by World War One veterans who were living in tents and shanties across the country and they're also in their encampment in DC with crumbling buildings all around them along Pennsylvania Avenue near the capital if your education was anything like mine, there wasn't any mention of this event. In history class four, million vets had returned from the war. This is World War One was the war to end all wars and found that others had taken their jobs that are considerably higher wage than though one dollar per day soldiers pay an expected more help from the government in nineteen twenty four Congress promised World War One veterans a bonus payment. I'll dollar twenty five for each day of overseas service and a dollar for every day of. Home Service there would be a limit of six hundred, twenty five dollars for overseas service and five hundred for Home Service but the catch twenty two was that it could not be redeemed until nineteen forty five cash quickly dubbed at the tombstone bonus because many of them would be dead before collecting with the Great Depression deepening demands for making an immediate payment we're escalating finally bill was passed, but President Hoover vetoed it in response some three hundred. Veterans led by Ex Sergeant Walter waters boarded a freight train in Portland Oregon in early May nineteen, thirty, two and headed. For Washington DC. Soon, others began their pilgrimage the cat to the capital from across the country and dilapidated buses overcrowded pickup trucks by walking hitch-hiking the vets and their families were in desperate financial shape with overdue bills to pay hunger affections hanging over their heads. They demanded immediate payment of the bonus soon, known as a bonus. Between Seventeen Thousand and twenty five thousand trekkers began arriving on May twenty third nineteen, thirty, two, assuming their demands wouldn't be met anytime soon, they proceeded to set up a long-term presence in order fashion they mapped out streets named for states, Setup Library and post office, a barber shop and a military type sanitation approach appointed MP's to keep order publish their own cap newspaper and even organized evening. Vaudeville shows. Some ten thousand other vets occupied partially demolished government buildings that surrounded the main camp between the capital and the White House. Extremely Patriotic. That's insisted on American flag fly over every tent and Shanti further as Roy. Wilkins than a young reporter with a press pass road. There was only one absentee in the Cap James Crowe get it Jim Crow. The entire massive undertaking was one in which blacks applied shared everything. Together, during world, War One, the military was still segregated as was Anacostia Park when the marchers arrived the vets who had fought a war together deliberately decided to live side by side and set up in the black section of the park. This fact alone may have led some people to fear the movement General Macarthur's most trusted subordinate Brigadier General. George Van Horn Moseley portrayed black and white veterans living together. As proof that Negroes Jewish communist were planning a revolution in truth radicals and Communists were dismissed by the veterans and were never serious element in the movement. The veterans those were still alive didn't receive their bonuses until nineteen, forty five keep in mind that many. World War One vets had died by then and families were not eligible for the bonus. The ravages of the Great Depression continued until World War Two. Today. We have a confluence of factors including the federal government's failure to protect US citizens for the Cobra virus and pandemic machine fiscal austerity in the face of another great depression a newly transparent institutional racism that has provided an unparalleled opportunity to replicate the bonus army's action in the nation's capital this time on an unprecedented scale depth and breadth of
These smart toilets may solve India's massive open defecation problem
"India is the open defecation capital of the world that's led to more than one hundred, thousand deaths a year we went to India to take a look at this problem and one potential solution in new line of smart. Toilets. Chang, this is your daily charge. With Ben Fox ribbon the daily charge regularly used to spend time writing on Amazon but earlier this year before the pandemic hit. We sent to India to look at smart toilets. Welcome. Ben, thanks for avenue so bad before we get into these toilets, let's let's define the problem with India facing how big is this open defecation problem in the country? There are a couple of ways of looking at it, but to the would bake it hopefully easier for people to understand it's about three hundred, forty, four, million people don't have regular access to toilets in. India. So that's more than the population of the United States, which is one of the most populous countries in the world and. To look at it as one in four people in India do not have regular access to toilet. So it's it's a huge huge problem that so so that context I mean. What did you find like? What? Like what? What a what are some of the solutions I guess specifically like what was solution you went to Goad India to see. Yeah. So I want to start by saying that open defecation isn't just an inconvenience. It's not something where it's just like uncomfortable to go to the bathroom outside I it literally, as you cited causes of death and disease, which is, which is why India is really trying to get a handle on this problem. There's this tiny startup. South of New Delhi called Garden Toilets Guard Means Dignity In. They're they're trying to be you know this new concept of a smart sanitation company in India so they not only created toilets that are built out of steel so that they Are More vandalism proof are easier to clean and can last longer, but they also added in a bunch of different real time sensors like the water sensors. Motion sensors so that they can actually make sure that they're still being operating properly and they still work in any maintenance problems. They're able to catch fix really quickly alter and degraded the system with Iot infrastructure where we are able to track it in real time how it's being made details have been used plus whether they are being maintained or not. In real time, we get to know if there are any malfunctions moreover, we are also able to track the user hygiene aspects where we get to know how many people have used the toilets, what percentage of them have washed their hands or whether they are flushing the it's not what amount of what is being used. So these other things that we basically tracking real time and it helps us build a strong connection with the community as well if we are doing comedy mobilization. We know what is the real problem of the government? Even if it is hand washing, we work with them very specifically towards hand washing. What it's actually like to be one of these facilities because you have an interesting way of describing it and it's very different when you're like outside looking in versus when you're actually in one of these, the toilet facilities. Yeah. So a lot of them look like what you would think a portable toilet would look like, but it's built out of steel. So those are those are there more basic models they also did this really interesting retro fit in a major convention center in New Delhi, and that was like a fifty thousand dollar project, which is a lot of money and. It looked like the inside of a spaceship that's how I described it. So it's all this like bright steel we walked in right when they just opened to the public and it's all this like shiny steel. The urinals are still a toilets or still the faucets or steel. It's it's really just a break up the industrial look of it they they went in they. Added these strips off off fake grass around it just so there wouldn't all be still but yeah, it's it's pretty looks kind of imposing like you walk into a bank vault or something like that, and you talk to us on the sensors of the tech that's embedded here, which is definitely not like the tech that you'd see in a normal smart toilet things like Sim cards. Talk about that like what else did you see? What else did they embed into these facilities toilets to make them smart and really smart and useful in this kind of environment bright. So some of the aspects that you wouldn't see in any normal American public toilet are these they attach the faucets and toilets Sim cards that allow them to basically do real time tracking off water usage toilet flashes. Hand watching all sorts of things like that. So number one, they're able to see if there's a maintenance problem if the toilet if toilet is blocked ran out of water, the other thing is also a health usage. So they can actually track if people aren't flushing the toilet or aren't washing their hands now granted some of these toilets, obviously our auto flash. By Some of that information at first I was kind of like Jesus sounds like a bit of a privacy issue, but it's all anonymous is number one and number two. It's actually really valuable from a perspective. So they actually go into communities and if washing is an issue than they work directly with folks with about hand washing so. Is kind of like really reimagining the concept of toilet as kind of this, this venue for a public health, and also when you in, you can kinda see they've also got various billboards and stuff like don't forget to wash your hands stuff like that. So all all these elements to reemphasize hygiene practices right and then you actually visited a couple of regular public toilets, right particular some near near some slums. What what are the described that scene in how that contrast with the toilets you saw? Yeah. So I went to a slum in Faridabad where garth toilets is based out of that was actually not that far from their co co working space and You know the toilets are from from CEO, Mayakoba He told me that those toilets had just been built by the government a year ago and they were already completely useless. They there were there were filled with feces Some of them had been vandalized some of them been locked up because they weren't useful anymore. The people in that neighborhood came up to us told us about the toilets. They're just like basically they're disgusting we can't use them. You know they're back to defecating in nearby field because you know if somebody wanted to use them they, they could contract diseases. That's how disgusting worse so. It was incredibly stark was one of the first things that I saw when I went to India and it was it was really Sad it was really sad to see that that's what people had to deal with than it was it was great to get to. Highlight some like an effort that potentially try to try to fix this problem and you follow the CEO amid how round for a couple of days in India as he showed you around here, they're facilities. What was that like? What was he like? So he's he's an interesting guy in that. You know if you think like an eel on mosque character who's like larger than life he's he's kind of the opposite. He is very mild, mannered and reserved. Doesn't doesn't crack a lot of jokes but what really kind of to wire to write about him was that he's this really idealistic person he gets really frustrated about the state of toilets in his country. He talks very tough very passionately about those things issue in the developing Rodney's Moss Olympic one means you would see the toilet, the sanitation facilities do get made, but the government also wants the products. But what happens is after months most of these. Energies and being dysfunctional, and that is largely because of the fact that these solid get vandalized easily because these are in the public space on community spaces and the fact that they do not get maintained regularly. Even, though you know she doesn't like he's not like bursting with all of this you know it's not like a three ring circus or whatever it. Still you know all of that, all of that passion is really built in about cow. He really wants to help people and it was fascinating to write about this story because he wants to help people with toilets which to me it's like something that people really think about they don't really care about. They'd rather just move on after using them and to him he spent the past five years really trying to. Make something different. Make it something better as I describing the story like a techie showcasing a thing of beauty.
"garth" Discussed on RAGE Works Network-All Shows
"Hi this is Gareth Mary. You may remember me for my part in Star Trek. Both in Mirror Mirror and the cloud minders enjoy listening to Turkey untold. Hello and welcome to trick untold the Star Trek podcast that goes beyond the stars on your host. Matt capitals. Today. We have the pleasure of talking to another character actor who appeared on the original star trek show from the nineteen sixties. Garth pillsbury appeared in two episodes of original show. His first appearance was part of one of the best episodes from the original series that has spawned many many follow ups that continue today, and that episode was mirror. Mirror there. He played a crewman named Wilson who protects captain Kirk from Mirror Chekov only get socked in the jaw as credited from the captain after he followed that appearance up with another role in season. In the episode of the cloud minders where he plays a troglodyte disruptor, a terrorist or freedom fighter depending on your view in the episode who's part of a group trying to gain more equal rights for his cave dwelling people against the culture and elitist people from the city name. Who Literally Live on the clouds? It's very much on the nose, but that kind of summarizes season three star. Trek doesn't it after Star Trek garth appeared in many other pictures typically falling in the category of what I would call exploitation films oftentimes but ultimately movies that just don't take themselves too seriously. One of those movies was written by Roger. Ebert before he'd become the world famous critic that many folks no from today however, he did get to work on one of the earliest films that starred Kevin Costner and he's got some good memories about that fill these days. Garth spans more time behind the lens as a photographer and cinematographer, and that includes taking fix playboy. Mr Pillsbury has had a very diverse lifetime of careers and at eighty two years old he shows no signs stopping anytime soon before we begin this episode I'd like to remind you to follow us on facebook twitter and instagram at trick on told all one word no spaces..
"garth" Discussed on Pantheon
"Welcome to the Banda history. This week we have a very special piece of content and I'm GONNA. Give you guys. This is an interview. I conducted with the magnificent garth Hudson a few years back. I don't think he really needs an introduction, but garth Hudson is probably the most underrated part of the band, most likely the most important member of the ban and somebody that we still have here to cherish from the band. It was a pleasure a few years back when I got to interview him. Now some context on the interview I was working on a project richer manual at the time. So most of the interview is recounting darts experiences with Richard Dairy some general ban talk. Some stuff about Garth, but it was mainly about Richard. Additionally for many years Garth has been known. By a lot of people as reclusive or giving a lot of interviews. In the interviews that. He does give certain. Individuals have commented on the fact that he's not a good interview. This has persisted especially since the last waltz. That conversation has been renewed with his non-participation. In once brothers, the thing that we have to understand about garth. Is that garth lives? In his own particular world, and to give you some context here. we set up an interview time with Garth. He was being inducted into the London Music Hall of fame, and he was making an appearance and performance there and we had set up an interview late morning early afternoon we had set up. We were doing video and audio and he didn't show up. We waited for six hours before he finally arrived so that goes to show you that garth does things on his own now that's not necessarily a bad thing, but he can be can be a subject interview. We had a sat series of questions that I was hoping to ask him, and he does answer quite a few of them, but additionally he he likes to go off on his own different stories. Stories and things like that, so it's it's very hard to keep garth on track, but one of the most brilliant things about that is. There's a bunch of things that you don't ask him that. He just tells you. And like. Wow, that's that's cool information so All of the things that normal interviewer would get frustrated with they processed, but you get all these little unique gems out of interview like this. And the last note before I show you the interviews because garth was so late, the room beside US had filled with a bunch of people that were waiting. For the ceremonies to begin gas and other individuals, so there was quite a bit of noise that we couldn't control. But what we did was we tried to do as much imposed here to minimize the noise and guys. It was back so we try to really make sure that you could all here. Garth first and foremost and I've overdubbed my questions. The original questions I asked. I've overdubbed with new reporting, so you can clearly hear the questions. So without further ADO, this is my interview with Arthur. What have you been up to lately? Geel. In a row. and. They're doing the line Schwab. With Neat Museum musicians, and they're all excellent. The head through the feed and so on. and John Time conducting edge. He did in the original. Production Show I. Told John You know, we want to leave New Zealand. Best friends with the piano player. Layers. Best friend with the. Sound reversed. Technical people. With, piano players on. We'll listen again or I will send. What ice? Station listen to regarding. Richard's work which goes on through all of those? Almost every song. Recall, energy in energy players and a half talk. Voice. He's a fine line sharing. His Way. Back. Few, listen very closely. It's that his rhythms. Argumentation Soho. Nude work patterns in. Grace notes. One name is. Push Beach. With the Ron. And Show you have to listen and I will do that again. Copies of, little sections. Showing. 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"garth" Discussed on KCRW
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"garth" Discussed on KCRW
"D. that is cool it's remix of hypnotize you politics classic I can go for that that's the promo remix on the top it's new Frank ocean and justice dear Garth Trinidad owned in your mix the rotor rotation all the way Phoenix music from Saul king Krule Chicano Batman techno ambient Daniel Avery and I listen to quitting classic for example white denim Stephen Malkmus in more State Street you take us what is different and difficult time.
"garth" Discussed on KTRH
"Tonight for this installment of your health first were on with doctor Garth Davis real pleasure having him on tonight Garth how many years have you been in Asheville now the third button here to have almost almost to enjoying it I love it it's either with a big difference from Houston are you know I came out here to get to the mountains and the rivers but I miss you so a lot more and I thought I was yeah you know grew up in Houston and left my hospital there so yeah it's it's a mixed blessing yeah well it sounds like you're still doing a lot of great work there now this this this hubbub about intermittent fasting what is what is your take on that yeah it's ever changing and challenging a lot of the beliefs I have before I I really think that a calorie is a calorie right the calorie doesn't make a difference if it turns out that it may be very unnatural for us to be eating three meals a day it certainly seems to be a natural course did you did not eat and it's interesting studies lately that actually looked at what if you beat someone at night versus what you feed them early right and if you see the same amount of calories you need each other utilizes carries better in the morning then you do it right in there does seem to be a benefit on what's called time restricted eating the public interpret this term intermittent fasting is eight people use it to describe many different things I use with my patience was called time restricted eating which I try to restrict them to about a twelve though the ten to twelve hour eating period so for instance they start breakfast at eight or they started at ten in the stop at around six to eight you know depending on on when the breakfast right and that does seem to have somewhat of a metabolic benefit is though it's not huge if you look at it if you take a group of people and you put them on just less calories a day like five hundred less calories a day and if you take another group and say well we're just gonna restrict your eating but we watch eat the same amount of calories it doesn't seem to be a huge difference in right lost but I do think it becomes easier for people to control their eating if they know that they just can't see past six there's no towards the right there's a line in the sand they tend to naturally control their weight and if you look at the study they tend of on average eat about two hundred to three hundred less calories a day right and they tend to tolerate it very well in other words if I tell people to eat three a two calories less a day without this time restriction it's hard but if they have this like restricted time as if to get these jars and it becomes easier yeah that's different than intermittent fasting right and there's different there's different protocols freedom in passing but if your it was your fasting for you staffing for weight loss if you're dressing for weight loss it doesn't tend to be that successful I like time related eating but are some people that.
"garth" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Really wrong with a chance Garth Brooks we all right stop worrying worried I was thinking and then I got to thinking about the Randolph it does seem strange they didn't accept our invitation last week well I don't see anything strange about if they had a previous engagement you certainly wouldn't expect him to break it just to come over here your shoulders bothering you again is nine one the one that's been giving you so much trouble you seem to be favoring it anything serious there it's fine when you stop worrying so you haven't by any chance been reading that article in the magazine have you how to stop worrying you mean the one that started you worry what makes you say that was simply the fact that everything you read if you've done nothing but worry in lie awake at night you mean you don't think the articles any good nothing wrong with the article is just you didn't read the last page on the last page it tells you exactly how to stop worrying can you read the last page cartoon network's if you want to stop a person from warring take his mind off himself and make him worry about somebody yeah you mean that's what you just near your yourself sick so I may believe I was worried you snap out of it you must admit it works beautifully does not yes I I think it is what makes you think I didn't read the last page well if you.
"garth" Discussed on The Big 98
"Twenty years Garth Brooks and Blake Shelton with dive bar turn that up and drank it crank the only we Blake Shelton the number twenty that's called dive bar Old.