17 Burst results for "Gary Jules"

"gary jules" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

News Talk 1130 WISN

03:13 min | 2 months ago

"gary jules" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

"Joe Biden's campaign made a huge announcement meant to terrify you if you're a trump voter, or president Trump himself a $280 million ad buy spread across 15 states. This is the biggest television and digital ad buy in recorded history, the biggest ever buy. By a presidential candidate. The fact that Biden isn't an incumbent should strike fear. In the hearts of Trump and his supporters, Because look at how much money they're able to spend. He doesn't have the power of the incumbency behind him. But look at how much money he raised, but If you take a look a close look as I have in where those monies are being spent. You'll realize what I've realized this race. He's a lot closer than the media is making you think it is, as always, the accident. Mortgage talking text line is for 14799 11 30. It's open, each and every minute of each and every day. 1 808 389476 is where you can call us toll free and reminder to find me and follow me on social media at Dan O'Donnell Show on Twitter. Facebook dot com slash dan O'Donnell show. I appreciate all of this submissions. For the potential Maxine Waters update theme song Maxine. Of course, she's already graduated to the unhinged Liberal Hall of Fame Each day. At about 9 50 We named the unhinged liberal of the day. Maxine Waters. She's she's So unhinged and she is so consistently able to deliver that I could name her the Unhand liberal every single day. That means she is a candidate for the unhinged Liberal Hall of Fame. That also means we need a separate segment. To give her updates. You just follow all of the pure gold that comes out of her mouth on a daily basis, But I thought What could possibly serve as her theme saw. We had a whole lot of suggestions that we solicited from the audience. Everything from crazy Train by Ozzie Osborne to tears for fears Mad world. I suggested the cover by Gary Jules that was used in the movie Donnie Darko. We had literally hundreds of suggestions. Interestingly enough. Not one person suggested a song. I just happen to find by accident that is now serving As the Maxine Waters update theme song that I will take Trump out to that thing. This is a bunch of scumbags don't care what the law says. Yes, this is indeed Taylor Swift off of her brand new album. The song.

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"gary jules" Discussed on Gaming Ride Home

Gaming Ride Home

04:08 min | 3 months ago

"gary jules" Discussed on Gaming Ride Home

"The next numbered far cry. Star, do, Valley's creator is teasing a big update started. Valley is arguably one of the most successful indie games of all time. There is no way to truly measure its ubiquity at this point, but it often feels like it has become more successful than harvest moon, the series that inspired its creation, as it grows literally and grows in popularity. Its Creator Eric Baroni. BARONI continues to add new content to the game. The next update is going to be the one point five update, and the Games developer twitter account at concerned ape recently tweeted about it started valley. One point five update notice anything new in Willy Shop. Progress on the update is coming along steadily. It still a nose to the grindstone phase, but some good. Good milestones have been met. This update adds a significant new piece of end game content and much more. That's all the details there are right now. No release, date or anything like that but game informer's Andrew Reiner wrote about the update based on these single screen shot shared in an image shared on twitter. BARONI teases one of the updates editions which just? Just happens to be a new door and Willie's fish shop in the game now the door is a ladder. Where could this mysterious new door lead given the hype tied to it now? Players are expecting big things, but it could be anything a closet or perhaps a pathway to a new area. We'll have to wait to see what Baroni is working up. That story is also linked in the show notes I. AM personally not the biggest star Valley Fan, but my wife enjoyed it and my kid has actually playing it right now, so I am very familiar with it. I really appreciate how BARONI has. To support the game years ago, he teased work on what sounded like a polk Amman inspired game as a follow up to start valley, but it seems he may just be continuing to work on and expanse star do so. I am curious if that project has been abandoned, or maybe he's just in no rush to complete it. He certainly financially has the freedom to take his time, and if he continues to enjoy updating star Valley by all means, he should continue to do that. Ryan Johnson directed a Pokemon. Go Commercial. I don't have a lot to say about this, but Brian Johnson director of looper knives out and star wars episode eight, the last Jedi directed a pokemon. Go commercial turns out. He's a big pokemon Fan. I love Ron Johnson's movies, especially including that one that is pretty visit, but the commercial is not an autour piece of filmmaking by any means I wouldn't have known. It was some of Johnson's work if I had not been told, but it's cute, it shows. Shows people playing pokemon go and tearing strips of reality away to reveal poke Amman, describing, it admittedly sounds weird, but I promise. It makes sense when you watch it. The trailer is linked in the show. Notes and Johnson apparently said about the commercial according to a story from slash film Pokemon, go has kept me engaged with my friends remotely as I've been practicing physical distancing these past few months as a long time. Poke him on trainer. It was a real pleasure working with antic on this spot. It was a new experience for me to direct action remotely and I enjoyed the highly collaborative process and think we put together a fun upbeat commercial that fans will enjoy. Johnson joins a group of other notable directors who have randomly directed video game commercials including game. Ritchie, who directed a call of duty, commercial, complete with a Cameo Robert Downey Junior Jon Favreau, who directed a destiny commercial David Lynch, directed a playstation two commercial that features a talking duck and David. fincher supposedly directed the memorable gears of war commercial, featuring the Gary Jules cover of the tears for fears Song Mad World though the fincher connection and that commercial is hard to confirm. In any case, it's good

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"gary jules" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

13:30 min | 7 months ago

"gary jules" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"Like most of professional sports Major League Baseball put their season on hold due to the corona virus that means it could be weeks or months before fans here that unmistakable crack of the bat or even get the opportunity to yell at an umpire for making a bad call one of the game's most legendary voices vin Scully for sixty seven seasons he called games for the Dodgers starting out when they were still in Brooklyn before following the team west to Los Angeles think of some of the sport's greatest moments he was there announcing the plays sandy Koufax's nineteen sixty five perfect game Kirk Gibson's legendary walk off Homer in the eighty eight World Series the ball going between bill Buckner's legs it was vin Scully who called it little roller up along first behind the bag it gets through Buckner here comes knight and then that's when it he retired at the end of the twenty sixteen season at the age of eighty eight today like many Americans he misses baseball but remains hopeful now that I have some leisure time and more all locked in at home hi read an article and I was talking about what happened to the Americans in World War two it was such a terrible time the horrors of all the deaths and everything else that three quarters of all the Americans belong to a house of worship today after we've had boom time half of the Americans are involved in a house of worship fire to this pandemic so there's your answer I think what will happen now although they might not be able to go to a house of worship probably more Americans will be praying then since World War two I was watching pope Francis on a live stream saying mass at those little in where he lives he doesn't like the trappings of power and lives in this sort of little land and he says mass there almost every day and a lot of people are doing that now cardinal Dolan's been doing that here in New York and I suspect that you've heard about this people are connecting that way we have a another great advantage over the people despite the pandemic and the idea you have to stay at home I would say the majority of Americans have television sets today and you can turn on a channel I know there are two of them that I gather for Sunday mass and it's that easy so I have the same feeling about what happened during World War two more people will be coming back to the face and now that the this terrible thing is upon us people might very well get back to center and it's a better world we'll see we're going to see you mentioned about being hunkered down how does vin Scully practice social distancing and are you read many great books is there anything you could pass along to us well I I thought when I retired that I'd be reading every day my wife is not been a hundred percent then I realized if I started to do what I love to do and read suddenly I'm isolating her and I don't like to do that so we keep company with each other so that's that's been a big change although I'm delighted just to have the opportunity to to talk with her about her thoughts and her feelings and her religious beliefs so all in all one thing has been replaced I think by and even better moment that's very sweet of you to talk about her and want to make sure that you don't isolate from her even more by going off in the corner in reading a book it should make all of us think you also have a lot of perspective which is why we want to talk to you when I read that you were born in nineteen twenty nine and twenty seven or twenty seven my bad and the younger with you I was trying I was trying to make younger what what's it like to fight to the pressure because what I read was that it was more than just hard Financial Times for you there was human costs that you lost your dad when you were just about four Brian how did you and your mom we were talking about faith how did you and your mom get through that people are wondering how they'll get through this crisis that had to be a heck of a crisis for you and your mom it was very difficult especially for my mother I didn't know my dad that for really he was a traveling salesman so I barely knew him at all so one of the things that happened and that was a plus my mother trying to keep us afloat got an apartment with but I think there was two of three bedrooms in the apartment and she rented out the other bedrooms to merchant seaman who would be there usually only a day or two and then they would move on and one of the merchant seaman was my father to be and he had been in the British navy and then it was then the merchant marines and so then surely they married and this sort of the interesting part I yeah they wound up being a doorman for one of the apartments on Central Park west or south one of the beautiful apartments in New York and one of the things what happened he would bring home clothing people in the apartment house would say here I'll give this to your sons and I would wind up with a corduroy jacket they are some pants that fit on my mother would make them fail so I had no realization of how bad things were I just thought I was lucky wearing hand me downs it's amazing no you must have gotten your red hair from your mom you talk at the Irish yeah and your mom played an important role when you were waiting to get a call back from the Brooklyn Dodgers and they had a legendary broadcaster red barber but your mom took the call right what had happened was I was so fortunate I had graduated from Fordham and locked into a summer replacement job where WTOP in Washington a big fifty thousand watt station and for a kid from college radio to go to WTOP was the equivalent of playing baseball at Fordham and going to the big leagues yeah so I while I was there red barber needed an announcer there was an emergency for a football show and I was dispatched to go up and do a football game but when I came home prior to the announcement I walked in the house and my mother was all a Twitter and I said what's up mom and she's an older lady you'll never see S. allies said what and she said he just got a call from red Skelton says the actor well I said wait a minute honey I don't they go with red Skelton would it be red barber all of that the man and that was the real big break of doing a football game on the roof at Fenway Park that led to the Dodgers and the Dodgers led to a marvelous wonderful self satisfying sixty seven years I'm real and there's so many moments but just the memories that you created to in the booth I was a kid somebody wanted to get into media and broadcasting my first memory of you is when you were calling NBC's Saturday game of the week with joker and Gary Jules as I recall right and the two of you it wasn't just baseball it was the love of the game and that was the back and forth between both of you yeah god bless him we got along very well he was a former catcher age you know and I was frustrated ball player so we we had a lot going on without a doubt and one of the one of the things for me I don't know in my bio if you read that but when I was about eight years old we had a big old fashioned for Leggett radio with a cross piece underneath that and on Saturdays we could get college football send I would be listening to a football game that actually didn't mean anything to me but what got me was the roar of the crowd I would lay there and somebody would do something and the crowd would more and it would come out of that speaker like coming out of the shower head with water and I would get goosebumps from head to tail so that when I eventually got the privilege and it was a privilege of doing ball games as soon as something happens where the crowd roared my trademark was not to speak yes I would sit there and a few brief seconds I was eight years old again well and maybe the most famous example of that was the nineteen eighty eight World Series were Kirk Gibson on basically one leg comes out hits that dramatic home run off Dennis Eckersley to win a big World Series game helped the Dodgers go on to win the series and you say hi fly ball into right field she is gone and then for about a minute or so you said absolutely nothing we just heard the crowd and we loved it right I think everybody does love the crown and what could I have said after that you know nothing as we wrap this conversation a couple final thoughts as we're trying to grapple with the corona virus we started talking about the crisis how you're dealing with that you're kind of uplifting advice for everybody I remember a phone conversation with you a few years ago when I called you up because I was working on a book about Jackie Robinson yes generous with your time and you had just been given the medal of freedom by president Obama and I congratulated you and I wrote this down because I remember what you said for all of your accolades you said to me all it was a moment in the past and is there others who would this would be the pinnacle of their life and for you you seem to have a certain perspective well yes that's really what it was a moment I'll be honest and truthful the president put the medal around my neck and I wore it for the remainder of the hour or so that we were actually in the White House I took the metal off it went into a wooden box and I've never seen it again so it was put away in a in a vault at the bank and that's where it will stay and I don't know where it will wind up I have you know sixteen grandchildren are not going to be able to divide it I'm just not sure what will happen to it well you have a friend in broadcasting on the east coast so maybe we'll talk off the as over here maybe you could take us out when imagine for me it's opening day at some point hopefully this summer and the Dodgers call you up and say one last time would you give us that signature hello you know Dodgers baseball in you know a great pleasant good morning good afternoon to you what would you say and when when that first game is played well first of all I I would say what I always said that hi everybody and a very pleasant good afternoon to you wherever you may be that was always Skelly opening or in the evening as the case may be and then finally it's time for Dodger baseball the crowd would roar and I would disappear behind the curtain never to be seen I guess so that has to be wary and it brings tears to my eyes is a baseball into an acquaintance and friend of yours then Scully we really appreciate the time a difficult time in America but you're someone who gives us hope about the future thank you well bless your heart I I congratulate you on your wonderful show and I just pray for your continued success and for the country's well that's very kind of I gotta ask you one last thing then would you mad or flattered if I started my show a pleasant good morning to you wherever you may be no no that's fine those words would live forever would say because you're going to be on the after hours all right I'm gonna take you we're gonna keep this tape so I can tell people that you let me borrow it vin Scully thank you thank you and.

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"gary jules" Discussed on KNSS

KNSS

13:33 min | 7 months ago

"gary jules" Discussed on KNSS

"America's pastime but like most of professional sports Major League Baseball put their season on hold due to the corona virus that means it could be weeks or months before fans here that unmistakable crack of the bat or even get the opportunity to yell at an umpire for making a bad call one of the game's most legendary voices vin Scully for sixty seven seasons he called games for the Dodgers starting out when they were still in Brooklyn before following the team west to Los Angeles think of some of the sport's greatest moments he was there announcing the plays sandy Koufax's nineteen sixty five perfect game Kirk Gibson's legendary walk off Homer in the eighty eight World Series the ball going between bill Buckner's legs it was vin Scully who called it little roller up along first behind the bag it gets through Buckner here comes knight and the Mets win it he retired at the end of the twenty sixteen season at the age of eighty eight today like many Americans he misses baseball but remains hopeful now that I have some leisure time and more all locked in at home by read an article and I was talking about what happened to the Americans in World War two it was such a terrible time the horrors of all the deaths and everything else that three quarters of all the Americans belong to a house of worship since the day after we've had boom time half of the Americans are involved and a house of worship choir to this pandemic so there's your answer I think what will happen now although they might not be able to go to a house of worship probably more Americans will be praying then since World War two I was watching pope Francis on a live stream saying mass at those little in where he lives he doesn't like the trappings of power and lives in this sort of little land and he says mass there almost every day and a lot of people are doing that now cardinal Dolan's been doing that here in New York and I suspect that you've heard about this people are connecting that way we have a another great advantage over the people despite the pandemic and the idea you have to stay at home I would say the majority of Americans have television sets today and you can turn on a channel I know there are two of them that I gather for Sunday man and it's that easy so I have the same feeling about what happened during World War two more people will be coming back to the face and now that the this terrible thing is upon us people might very well get back to center and it's a better world we'll see we're going to see you mentioned about being hunkered down how does vin Scully practice social distancing in are you read many great books is there anything you could pass along to us well I I bought when I retired that I'd be reading every day my wife is not been a hundred percent then I realized if I started to do what I love to do and read suddenly I'm isolating her and I don't like to do the so we keep company with each other so that's that's been a big change although I'm delighted just to have the opportunity to to talk with her about her thoughts and her feelings and her religious beliefs so all in all one thing has been replaced I think by and even better moment that's very sweet of you to talk about her and want to make sure that you don't isolate from her even more by going off in the corner in reading a book it should make all of us think you also have a lot of perspective which is why we want to talk to you and I read that you were born in nineteen twenty nine and twenty seven or twenty seven my bad and younger with you I was trying I was trying to make you younger what what's it like to fight to the pressure because what I read was that it was more than just hard Financial Times for you there was a human costs that you lost your dad when you were just about four Brian how did you and your mom we were talking about faith how did you and your mom get through that people are wondering how they'll get through this crisis that had to be a heck of a crisis for you and your mom it was very difficult especially for my mother I didn't know my dad that for really he was a traveling salesman so I barely knew him at all so one of the things that happened that was a plus my mother trying to keep us afloat got an apartment with the I think that with two or three bedrooms in the apartment and she rented out the other bedrooms to merchant seaman who would be there usually only a day or two and then they would move on and one of the merchant seaman was my father to be and he had been in the British navy and then it was in the merchant marines and so eventually they married this first the interesting part I yeah they wound up being a doorman for one of the apartments on Central Park west or south one of the beautiful apartments in New York and one of the things what happened he would bring home clothing people in the apartment house would say here I'll give this to your sons and I would wind up with a corduroy jacket they are some pants that fit on my mother would make them fail so I had no realization of how bad things were I just thought I was lucky wearing hand me downs it's amazing no you must have gotten your red hair from your mom you talk at the Irish yeah and your mom played an important role when you were waiting to get a call back from the Brooklyn Dodgers and they had a legendary broadcaster red barber but your mom took the call right what had happened was I was so fortunate I had graduated from Fordham and locked into a summer replacement job with WTOP in Washington a big fifty thousand watt station and for a kid from college radio to go to WTOP was the equivalent of playing baseball at Fordham's and going to the big leagues yeah so I while I was there red barber needed an announcer there was an emergency for a football show and I was dispatched to go up and do a football game but when I came home prior to the announcement I walked in the house and my mother was all a Twitter and I said what's up mom and she said all rainy all never yes allies said what and she said he just got a call from red Skelton the actor well I said wait a minute honey I don't they go with red Skelton would it be red barber all that's the man and that was the real big break of doing a football game on the roof at Fenway Park that led to the Dodgers and the Dodgers led to a marvelous wonderful self satisfying sixty seven years I'm real and there's so many moments but just the memories that you created to in the booth I was a kid somebody wanted to get into media and broadcasting my first memory of you is when you were calling NBC's Saturday game of the week with joker and Gary Jules as I recall right and the two of you it wasn't just baseball it was the love of the game and that was the back and forth between both of you yeah god bless him we got along very well he was former catcher is you know and I was frustrated ball player so we we had a lot going on without a doubt and one of the one of the things for me I don't know in my bio if you read that but when I was about eight years old we had a big old fashioned for Leggett radio with a cross piece underneath that and on Saturdays we could get college football send I would be listening to a football game that actually didn't mean anything to me but what got me what the roar of the crowd I would lay there and somebody would do something and the crowd would war and it would come out of that speaker like coming out of the shower head with water and I would get goosebumps from head to tail so that when I eventually got the privilege and it was a privilege of doing ball games as soon as something happens where the crowd roared my trademark was not to speak yeah I would sit there and a few brief seconds I was eight years old again well and maybe the most famous example of that was the nineteen eighty eight World Series were Kirk Gibson on basically one leg comes out it's that dramatic home run off Dennis Eckersley to win a big World Series game and help the Dodgers go on to win the series and you say hi fly ball into right field she is gone and then for about a minute or so you said absolutely nothing we just heard the crowd and we loved it right I think everybody does love the crown and what could I have said after that you know nothing as we wrap this conversation a couple final thoughts as we're trying to grapple with the corona virus we started talking about the crisis how you're dealing with that you're kind of uplifting advice for everybody I remember a phone conversation with you a few years ago when I called you up because I was working on a book about Jackie Robinson yes generous with your time and you had just been given the medal of freedom by president Obama and I congratulated you and I wrote this down because I remember what you said for all of your accolades you said to me all it was a moment in the past end yes there are others who would this would be the pinnacle of their life and for you you seem to have a certain perspective well yes that's really what it was a moment I'll be honest and truthful the president put the medal around my neck and I wore it for the remainder of the hour or so that we were actually in the White House I took the metal off it went into a wooden box I've never seen it again the it was put away in a in a vault at the bank and that's where it will stay and I don't know where it will wind up I have you know sixteen grandchildren is not going to be able to divide it so I just not sure what will happen to it well you have a friend in broadcasting on the east coast so maybe we'll talk off the as a good maybe you could take us out when imagine for me it's opening day at some point hopefully this summer and the Dodgers call you up and say one last time would you give us that signature hello you know Dodgers baseball in you know a great pleasant good morning good afternoon to you what would you say and when when that first game is played well first of all I I would say what I always said that hi everybody and a very pleasant good afternoon to you wherever you may be that was always Scully opening or in the evening as the case may be and then finally it's time for Dodger baseball the crowd would roar and I would disappear behind the curtain never to be seen I guess that has to be wary and it brings tears to my eyes is a baseball found and and and and queens and friend of yours vin Scully we really appreciate the time a difficult time in America but you're someone who gives us hope about the future thank you well bless your heart I I congratulate you on your wonderful show and I just pray for your continued success and for the country well that's very kind of I got to ask you one last thing then would you be mad or flattered if I started my show a pleasant good morning to you wherever you may be no no that's fine those words would live forever would say because you're going to be on the after hours all right I'm gonna take you we're gonna keep this tape so I can tell people that you let me borrow it vin Scully thank you debut as Wichita's.

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"gary jules" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

04:14 min | 7 months ago

"gary jules" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Said my mom and she said oh Vinny you'll never yes allies said what and she said he just got a call from red Skelton the actor well I said wait a minute honey I don't they go with red Skelton would it be red barber all of that the man and the snow was the real big break of doing a football game on the roof at Fenway Park that led to the Dodgers and the Dodgers led to a marvelous wonderful self satisfying sixty seven years I'm real and there's so many moments but just the memories that you created to in the booth I was a kid somebody wanted to get into media and broadcasting my first memory of you is when you were calling NBC's Saturday game of the week with joker and Gary Jules as I recall right and the two of you it wasn't just baseball it was the love of the game and that was the back and forth between both of you god bless him we got along very well he was former catcher is you know and I was frustrated ball player so we we had a lot going on without a doubt and one of the one of the things for me I don't know in my bio if you read that but when I was about eight years old we had a big old fashioned for alleged radio with a cross crease underneath that and on Saturdays we could get college football send I would be listening to a football game that actually didn't mean anything to me but what got me was the roar of the crowd I would lay there and somebody would do something and the crowd would roar and it would come out of that speaker like coming out of the shower head with water and I would get goosebumps from head to toe so that when I eventually got the privilege and it was a privilege of doing ball games as soon as something happens where the crowd roared my trademark was not to speak yes I would sit there and a few brief seconds I was eight years old again well and maybe the most famous example of that was the nineteen eighty eight World Series were Kirk Gibson on basically one leg comes out he said dramatic home run off Dennis Eckersley to win a big World Series game helped the Dodgers go on to win the series and you say hi fly ball into right field she is gone and then for about a minute or so you said absolutely nothing we just heard the crowd and we loved it right I think everybody does love the crown and what could I have said after that you know nothing as we wrap this conversation a couple final thoughts as we're trying to grapple with the corona virus we started talking about the crisis how you're dealing with that you're kind of uplifting advice for everybody I remember a phone conversation with you a few years ago when I called you up because I was working on a book about Jackie Robinson yes generous with your time and you have just been given the medal of freedom by president Obama and I congratulated you and I wrote this down because I remember what you said for all of your accolades he said to me all it was a moment in the past and is there others who would this would be the pinnacle of their life and for you you seem to have a certain perspective well yes that's really what it was a moment I'll be honest and truthful the president put the medal around my neck and I wore it for the remainder of the hour or so that we were actually in the White House I took the metal off it went into a wooden box I've never seen it again this call center it was put away in a in a vault at the bank and that's where it will stay and I don't know where it will wind up I have you.

Vinny
"gary jules" Discussed on What Difference Does It Make

What Difference Does It Make

05:18 min | 7 months ago

"gary jules" Discussed on What Difference Does It Make

"Let's step back into nineteen eighty-three ready Major Tom. I'm ready. Let's dance all right. Let's move on the number seven. We got mad world by tears for fears. Suddenly I all I remember. It's been a while since I hear the tears for fear. Song because I still had Gary Jules in my head because I've been played forever now Because he kills it on that I'm that's all. What do you mean it's been playing forever? Mean Gary Gary Jules cover has been. I think that was you know. Became a big hit in two thousand three. Oh Yeah Yeah and so that but yeah but I forgot how good the tears for fears version as and and it is still extremely relevant in arid stove a great great tune. Yeah for I think that this is my favorite song in the top ten. Okay but this might be one of my favorite. Might be my favorite tears for fears song possibly. Did you happen to watch the video at all? Did you review the video okay? Kurt is kind of trapped in his own bad world. He's pressed against the window and singing. Sad Oh yeah yeah there is. There's Roland doing this weird like doing the mad world dance. This never became a thing. I know I am shocked because now when I was watching going. Oh my God. This came out now this would be phenomenon. I could see kids doing on tick tock or whatever post post video the video of. Uh Mad World. Dance it's hilarious. This is funny. Oh Rolan or Isabel wrote this when he was nineteen he wrote in an to Qatar. He says he wrote it. After hearing Duran Duran's girls on film and he said I thought I want to have a crack at something like that and he ended up with mad world. I don't see a connection between the two songs but the girls on film inspired him. Yeah that's a great song. I do remember I mean because it was my. I think I've mentioned we'll mention Bowie again. That was my first concert. I remember you know. They were playing different songs in between bands. That song came on. And now that I think about maybe. The guy was doing the dance dance because remember dancing. GotTa look so cool yourself. No I'M GONNA video you secretly video you doing it and I'm GONNA post all have to We'll have to attempt it. Maybe maybe we will post as trying to do the math in any way I mentioned the Gary Jules cover from Donnie Darko and even though there's not Christmas time this was. This was a Christmas number one song. Are you into the new care? I mean you're kind of yeah like it's a big deal to be Christmas number one song. Is You know you saw love actually? Of course you know how important it is. We've talked about this and it is funny. No I can't relate to it but I do know if it's important weird right. It is weird in Last year the number one song. Shout out to all the UK people who are screaming at what. This song was tongue. It's some horrible song called I love sausage rolls by Ladd. Baby and it's to the tune of I love rock and roll. It is it is and obviously at this. The money went to charity so it was so it was all good. That was good. I guess it's some one of those lifestyle bloggers but it together okay and it's just goofy but it's anyway so I went down the Christmas number one all and I had to watch this. I love sausage rolls video and laugh got a little bit of a laugh. But it's it's ridiculous. I can't believe that's actually made it to number one this cheeky. Brits this guy his name Mark Hoyle who goes by ladd baby. So wh- any any other tears for fears stuff just going back to the dark referenced. Yeah do you know that that Richard Kelly who directed the film he originally wanted to end it with Youtube mlk Aurora yeah. He couldn't afford the rights to it. Though it's problem. Yeah Yeah Yeah I'll movies ever make a movie don't get attached to your songs are TV. Show Yeah No I. I love tears for fears. In case that wasn't clear. Good intro to the banters prepares we will be playing them more as our podcast series continues so so so stay with. Us guys Okay so number. Six David Bowie's let's dance when the U. K. One in the US yeah It's all right. Yeah produced by Nile Rodgers. You can't go wrong. Yeah I know you cannot go wrong. It's amazing like listening to On Youtube you could hear demos of Of let's dance and just how Came together. How how it all fell together because I think originally it was more of a focus on. I think. Bowie thought like okay. I think I got something here. They gave it to now. Rogers like Oh yeah..

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"gary jules" Discussed on Democracy Now! Audio

Democracy Now! Audio

09:13 min | 8 months ago

"gary jules" Discussed on Democracy Now! Audio

"It's very theory performed by Gary. Jules this is democracy. Now I mean we goodman with Juan Gonzalez. We continue to look at Super Tuesday results which established a fight for the Democratic nomination is largely two man race between Senator Bernie Sanders and former vice president. Joe Biden Biden swept the south and the Midwest last night winning Virginia North Carolina Arkansas Alabama Tennessee Oklahoma Massachusetts Minnesota and Texas propelled by a huge majority of African American votes in several states and Sanders. One in the West with victories in Colorado and Utah and Grand Prize of the night California with significant Latin necks. Sanchez also won his home. State of Vermont Biden. Strong showing came after the Democratic Party establishment consolidated around the former vice president with Amy Klobuchar footage dropping out in recent days and throwing their support behind him but it also was due to black voters in the South who supported Biden extremely significant margins. Nbc Reports Biden won the support of sixty three percent of black voters in Virginia. Sixty two percent of black voters in Tennessee and seventy two percent of black voters in Alabama exit polls also show six and ten black voters back Biden in Texas and North Carolina according to NBC Exit Poll Black Voters outside the south or less likely to support Biden and black voters under forty five or around three times as likely to support Bernie Sanders an older voters. Well from where we host a roundtable discussion in Chicago. We're joined by Barbara. Ranby historian author and activist advisor to the movement black lives. She's endorsed Bernie Sanders for the Democratic nomination. Her latest book is making all black lives matter reimagining freedom in the twenty first century. Reverend Dr William Barber is with us in Washington. Dc CO chair of the poor people's campaign and president of repairs of the breach and democracy. Now video stream we're joined by Elliott style. The Nation's justice correspondent and author of the magazines new monthly column objection. His recent columns tidal black voters. Didn't vote for Biden and South Carolina because they lack information. Welcome back to democracy now. Ellie Ellie let us begin with you your response to what happened on Super Tuesday. I think it's pretty amazing. How much the black community in the south? The older black community has really rallied behind. Joe Biden they have been with Biden from the start when it looked like he was shaky. It looked like they might even go to Mike Bloomberg. But they've all come back to bite it and it's and it's provided him a firewall that I am surprised that Bernie Sanders hasn't yet been able to break through right. He's had five years to to work on this problem. This is what happened to him in. Two Thousand Sixteen Against Hillary Clinton. And it's an it's I think it deserves serious analysis to try to figure out why his message is not impacting that community when he's had so long to work on it. I think you're earlier gets chuck. I think he made the point. That Bernie's seems to make real inroads with the Latin x community but that hasn't worked with the black community hasn't worked with the southern older black community Civically and just kind of cut people off at the pass. I think one thing that we can't say one bad analysis that's out there. Is that somehow? Southern older. Blacks are just more conservative. And so that's why they. There is no evidence that southern black voters are more socially conservative than other other voters in this primary when you look at the fact that all of the candidates running are basically in lockstep on the social issues right like all the candidates running support a woman's right shoes. All the candidates running support gay marriage like all of the democratic. Primary candidates are kind of in lockstep on the social issues on the economic progressivism issues again. Black voters all across the country including the south had they record of supporting economic progressivism. Right the poor people's campaign that you're representing. Barbara's right like these. There is strong African American sport. All across the South economic progressivism. So what what is it that? That's what part of Bernie's message is not translating to southern black voters. I think is a really nuanced? An interesting question. Well I'd like to bring our Barbara Raspy into the discussion and Barbara Raspy is specifically. There is an existing superstructure of black elected officials across the country. Who for most of this campaign were sort of divided in their perspective until it seems to me the South Carolina? Primary especially the pronouncements of a James of Congressman Clyburn and his his impacts on the race in terms of it appears to consolidate the existing superstructure of black elected officials around the country to turn out the vote. I'm wondering your perspective of what happened last night. Yeah no I think that's a really a good point but let me say this the good news from last night. was a Bloomberg's defeat. In a sense you know the the fear that Bloomberg could literally come in and buy black voters and other voters a real fear and so even with all his millions of investment He didn't have the showing that that he expected. So I think that's the good news and one important takeaway. I think in terms of of black voters you know. Abram Kennedy made the point last night and a tweet that we are talking about a subset of bud voters. We'RE TALKING ABOUT OLDER. Black voters talking about primarily black voters in the south and. I think people vote for lots of reasons. Most people are not reading every line of everyone's platform and there's a lot of trust by association so when Jim Clyburn comes in and gives his full weight behind Joe Biden I think it did indeed have a ripple effect. I'm not saying that black voters in the south are not you know? My relatives are in the south. I respect and have drawn wisdom from from black folks. In the south my people come from the South and my research is about the strength and fortitude and brilliant leadership of black southerners in the Black Freedom Movement so so absolutely no Dis to black southerners at all but I think people are afraid and I think our people voted more out of fear in pragmatism than out of hope optimism. And we've got to turn that around if you look at a Joe Biden versus a Bernie Sanders both very imperfect. I am not looking for a savior in this election of but clearly down the line of Looking at his pass looking at his platform and looking at what he represents for the future including black young black activists who are excited about him Bernie Sanders hands. Down is what black people need to be looking toward in terms of a campaign that can make a impact on our lives and the lives of people so I think that the race is not over. I think that there are a number of states still to be to be one and are in play and I also think we have to recalibrate our notion of winning for me. Electoral politics is one part of a larger effort to further. Cause of freedom and justice in this country for black people for all people in and certainly sustainability for the planet So this is one part of a larger agenda larger effort larger movement building. I think that's one of the things I have appreciate about the sanders campaign. People like Phil Agnew and Nina Turner and others in that campaign who have a bigger vision of building a movement. Not just winning an election all the hopefully. We will win the election as well so reverend barber while you're in Washington right now you're from North Carolina that's where you live The percentage points In Your Home State. Forty two percent of the vote Went to Biden He of course one North Carolina to Sanders. Twenty four percent. Why do you think Former Vice President Biden did so well and North Carolina. Well first of all good morning and to your other guests and yes. I'm a son of the South and I'm certainly glad that we're finally having this about the south because you get over one hundred and sixty two hundred seventy electoral votes just out of the former thirteen confederate states. And I'm glad we're having this conversation about african-american voters now my and my way planning for June twentieth twenty twenty. The Poor People's Assembly National Mall March on Washington have a little bit different perspective living in the south. All my life work in this up. I've seen a lot of candidates on the democratic side win primaries and Redo primary numbers one way and then losing the general election. So here's the question aiming that and questions that I think we have to raise and we're looking into this morning in our first of all the question is when you say someone want sixty one percent of black vote. That's good that should be celebrated but what is that? A percentage of is the percentage of.

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"gary jules" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology

Rock N Roll Archaeology

08:40 min | 9 months ago

"gary jules" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology

"And corn. There is still screaming at Balzac. Name went on a tour together and proud of them. It's the ball Scott both both sex green tour ball scream tour twenty twenty dreaming balls I'll think of angry underway to put that thank scream Paul scream ball sacks green sack scream who sack scream tour sack scream tour sacks. Green Ball got interesting dress up for this. If you'RE GONNA get your sack screamed at to Jonathan Davis you gotta put it on your best goes and get your fancy wallet. Chains means out. You better clean your chain to be honest. I don't like have that scuffed up chain at that concert also a decent wallet with a decent fold. Yeah don't don't wear wallet buy yourself a new one and get yours. Flames are real faded. On your wallet. You know what I'm talking about and get that really nice trenchcoat out of the closet. You're Nice Trench Co Nice trenchcoat. This was exactly what my prom date war for all my G. He fucking late full. Yeah Yeah Wow we went on a tangent. I Apologize O- 'cause I was talking about how Guitar Solos weren't a thing. Oh Yeah and then we got new medal. Okay wow that was awful. See what the odds due to us. The darkness is the one shining one of the few shining lights. Yeah see really is so. Here's this band. They're coming in singing great having great guitar. Solos America's not have it right now because we're just like love and our garbage music right so enter MTV the channel that used to be responsible for exposing us to music that you needed to see to the here and now is responsible for killing all of our brain cells and putting out content. That is just pointless. Useless and Doesn't help anybody walk. We all have our Jersey shore phase. It doesn't mean we're proud of it. I had my catfish fees I still watch. Catfish is like yeah. But you're right it's garbage. Melt your brain stop doing it. They got their hands on the ultra ridiculous music video for the song and toss it in airplay for the masses to eat it right away. We fucking did they did. If you haven't seen this video you can pause for a hot second and go watch it. Yeah it's grand tastic. But also my entire I'd say Sophomore Year of College. The all of my visuals all of my memories have this video playing in the background. Because if I was as in every time I went to the dining hall which was at least three times a day because you ate three meals three meals a day ago. This video was on the fucking TV. Like I five times of four. I left the dining hall. Oh you had a core school than I did. I never TV my dining hall and then a we had a bunch of them and they would just play MTV. You nope nope and then I go back to my dorm and have MTV you on and the fucking video played fifteen times before. I went class and then I would go somewhere while I'm walking on My Way to class to a cafe or something that had a TV on it. Fuck videos playing every single memory. I have my sophomore and probably my junior year has has I believe in a thing called love playing in the background. I was your college soundtrack. It really was man. New Poll Tesla. TV's yeah only really in the dining room that's fair. That's where they belongs well in the states we weren't gonNA understand that. The song is fun until we saw the band performing on a spaceship while all fighting a giant octopus monster all while wearing tight SPANDEX and glitter. Yes yes it's just about one of the most ridiculous videos you could ever watch and it's fantastic and even though this was the beginning of the digital special effects age they didn't actually use any CGI to create this video it was all motherfucking. Puppets was all practical effect. Yes everything the hired director Alex Smith who initially worked with them to create a low budget video video for the song and it just the boys running around a grocery store wreaking havoc. It was all fun complete with Justin singing into a sausage. It's all L. sausage acids to me. He was definitely not playing the insulted sauce. It wasn't he was just playing the sausage on land but they were later later given a larger budget and decided to really go big with the second attempt though they did keep the justin singing into the same exact sausage said Eh couple months got Kinda ripe I can imagine but do you know that part re singing into a sausage in the video no I don't yeah watch it real close I yeah I remember. I was recently watching it while researching this and it was excess sausage. When I found this is Mike? That's a sausage. I haven't seen it in a very long time. I'll I'll went out to. Yeah it's the same sausage in the original video. A big help on the creature creation was Jim and John Friedlander Dr. Jim is well known for his work with the doctor. Who Franchise where he made props and puppets for the show like the daleks Alex Taco? Neither do I but I do watch the great British breaking show where multiple people have tried to make Dolac from like cookies. Excuse as me biscuits sounds delicious. I'll eat it. He also worked on things like the the robot dog canine. He did a lot of work for the show. I believe that is pronounced robot. Oh I'm sorry. The robot dog Kanai story they had some real legitimacy going into this. They wanted their camp to be taken. Seriously God Damn it God give it. The song did amazing and shot the darkness into the mainstream. However it never quite hit number one losing out to black eyed peas? Where's the love my fucking God? Canny this was not eighteen. This was the era of the black black eyed peas omitted the fucking radio for like a good. What four years thousand? Dark time we don't. That was the dark ages history books if he knows the Dark Ages were the dark times. We don't talk about the dark times. Coming in second would would be a thing they got used to. As that year. They also released their holiday jam. Christmas time don't let the bells end of that song. That is pretty much. That and Christmas wrapping by the waitresses are like the two Christmas songs. I can ge- actually actively jam two. That's far they're both pretty solid hits. Yeah well it did not hit the UK number one Christmas songs slot that we've discussed codes that that's a thing in England you gotta get that coveted. UK number one Christmas Song. Yeah they all do Christmas songs. Don't do Christmas songs. And they're trying to reach number one the all do the TV shows do Christmas specials all of that. Oh Yeah No. Every day. Downton Abbey would like crawl out of their hibernation Russian holes and do a Christmas episode. Sherlock did the same thing. They fucking love Christmas over there. It's Dr Easy Stop Up. I mean I guess I don't know if you're from England and you think differently because you know differently. Please let us know. I mean granted. We do go fucking overboard for Christmas business here. But I feel like it's in a different way like a grocer way in fucking disgusting capitalist kind of way we do that. We don't celebrate so much as we WANNA fuck instead people over getting elmo toys shit gross well. The as great as the song is uh-huh did not hit the number one slot. It lost out to that God damn cover of mad world by Gary Jules a travesty like that fuck fuck. I hate that song. I'm GonNa Shit on fire. Well I guess this is a good place to take a break. Then so Ashley can go set things certifiers. I'll be right back all right. We'll be right right. Back is go get a beer and.

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"gary jules" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

04:05 min | 10 months ago

"gary jules" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Pyramid to calibrate your eating habits Hollywood's award season kicked up last night with the seventy seventh annual golden globe awards for men is won Best Director best motion picture drama for nineteen seventeen it's a film about the horrors and the waste of war reseller won Best Actress in motion picture drama for Judy tough asking prices on the musical comedy side with the apple fina for the fare well in turn every ten for rocket golden globes honors great works in film and TV will suffer get what it's also about celebrities taste in fashion here's some of this year's front runners on the red carpet I don't know this countless something else first of his Jennifer Lopez her big Valentino gown adorned with the golden animal now diplomatically causation stood out you're not a fan dresses but not the sun so reviews mixes some of her as a Christmas present yes sickle is another one here Scarlett Johannson war inspired old Hollywood glamour gowns wearing a red Armani dress in one hundred twenty carats of Gary Jules like the rest of one friend of the night was big pops we dresses stars that rocked the list included Caitlyn sat I would be a Coleman is a code of fanning that's what I fear very off but now good for them did you like it is justice contents maybe over I think we're showing with the best of the best you know the middle ground yeah here the puffy sleeves looking it's interesting yeah some of them did not but you know you gotta take chances with yeah you want to stand out like a statements that are on WGN morning news because I wore those puffy sleeves so I worked out this morning in Nicole Kidman and Keith urban donating half a million dollars Australian wildfire relief they're both from Australia of course the on farm house in Sydney spires intensifying more celebrities donating to the cause of blues singer pink also donating by half a million dollars because over the weekend those three fires combined to form one single fire so the bigger than Manhattan in New York City so absolute horrible situation happening in New York in Australia Triple Crown winning horse justified given birth the first female wars just a few days old people in Kentucky very excited about the news the prospect of another champion in their midst right now still deciding on a name justifies breeding rights by the way one for seventy five million dollars three five million dollars so first Philly born there I'm excited I don't want to talk to any videos over the weekend Justin Bieber released the music video for his new single young taken what can yeah you you know the army was a metaphor for something else well this is the worst thanks lex guys in there actually Mister six now I don't think so but this is Marcus last next to my grandmother's.

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"gary jules" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

11:01 min | 1 year ago

"gary jules" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"Eleventh appearance overall votes with three with a five one zero AAA or run average his first year. The Red Sox system. Got the Red Sox pulled up high as always the o-on atoms is cut her off the plate away. One, one. Played Adam sitting to eighty two the veteran outfielder as a good season early against everybody except that second. Five for thirty one against the one tie it in to add up says eleven homers and twelve doubles long. The euro twenty five driven our bat in the leadoff spot for manager, Gary Jules. What nothing detected? Ross bows, coming off, really good outing last week to twelve on. It looked at first base side out of play too. Rasco was able to bounce back from a really rocky start eat had in Rochester. He defeated. Syracuse Mets gave up just wondered run it seven innings on Saturday at McCoy. He's got momentum coming in to to is off the plate away. Three two. Best start nearly two months. One of his best out over all these season to go back to his second outing of the year when he pitched that well. He also made a relief appearance right before that which he looks solid for the white up three to pitch out of stakes off the plate, low ball four, cutter, the way, he wanted to start that something that is last two appearances. Yes stopped doing as walking. Late at gets a free pass to begin the whole half of the first. Bring up young. Here's Mike with a look at the defense behind. Cork username is in Santa price Branson, left, bull. Sturgeon langston. Right. Josh Tobias gets the start at third. Chad daily garrison short with Marco Hernandez. Getting started second Janssen witty holds the run around at I o scar Hernandez does the catching there comes yawn Hernandez second game back. He swings in MRs cutter there for Ross. He'd been on the injured list for well over a month or two region yawn. Broken hands came back last night. For the first time was oh for four with a couple of strikeouts. Overall on the season. Yon Hernandez betting to sixty four with five homers came early in the year, he takes outside on a sinker one in one, one nothing. The tech. For Ross MO. Last two appearances one relief outing in Rochester and the start against Syracuse only one earned run to Italy eight and two thirds innings and no hoax long balls. Been an issue for him is allowed eight on the year. That it forty two plus innings of work comes to pitch that comes in at the news. Good sicker to young as to make the count one two. Rasmus made one appearance up in the big leagues. Back in mid April. It was for the Red Sox at Yankee Stadium. Other than that tire season here with the Tekken one on out stretch. Too small on at bloop dissenter play four Gorky, sir nez, they'll take step back and wait with shades on a chest. I grab and yon Hernandez retired for the first out. Vic williams. Just option from the big league Phillies struggling hitter at the major league level this year. So here he is for the first time since that just recently sent him back playing triple sounded like a pretty noticeable difference in that year's and fans recognizing that little lot with the Phillies over the last few seasons. But as you said, just finds himself trying to rediscover what he had a few years ago. Left at hitter with power. Which in the dirt gets passed the catcher, oh, scar Hernandez, and all the way to the backstop but sang run moves into scoring position that is lane atoms. He goes up to second base. See how they scored, I would imagine a wild fish didn't actually hit the but it was very low as those government has reached board fifth out stopping forget by. So you lose the double play possibility. One, no one Williams, who was batting only one fifty nine forgave, Kappler and the Phillies this year that was in forty three games hitting well below two hundred walnut lifted into right field going over towards the line of sturgeon back to the warning track. At the wall, he leaps up. It is off the big fence. Rounding third is laid out of store, Nick Williams, motoric, the third base sturgeon gets to the ball in throws it in up there. It's an RBI triple in his first at bat back in the minor leagues Nick Williams that the iron Vicks tied the game at one in the bottom of the first for all the outfield grass in right field goal stir should had to cover a lot of it. He was playing more torque right-center field long way to go. Tries to scale really high wall out in right field in pounds. It came about calf way up the outfield grass back toward the infield. So searching had to go so long to go rediscover that ball. And it looked like Williams was about to catch lane Adams on the base pats runner at third. Andrew Rowe mind with the infield back batting, and he takes strike one. Fastball, there from Rossio. So now, leeann position to take the lead with role mine, who's been really if not the best certainly one of the best Lehigh hitters against the tech Thirty-three-year-old veteran batting left handed the Awan hideaway fastball. And it's one at one. Nick Williams, actually been option. One other time recently, he is now four for nine with the pigs this year. I was a skyscraper trip. He's third. Only one out. They play the lefty, remind Opole the pitch changeup Lowe. The count goes to two at one. Roll mind hitting three thirty three against Petach at eighteen eleven thirty three with five Arbia. Longtime big leaguer. Andrew. Ramirez coming said at the chest. Here's a su- one swung on in line. Foul the opposite way up past the seats of the third day side had evens the counted two and two. And it just felt like Williams might have had a chance there for even a second to, to pick about trying to make an inside the park home run about if that bounces a little bit farther back toward the infield. He might attested and he was running hard out of the box. Go ahead. Run at third, the two to pitch way outside on a change that got away full counts. This feels more like the Arosa that we saw that rough outing in Rochester couple of Saturdays ago when he gave up six runs in the first inning. Kinda get that feeling right now. Just doesn't quite have the command big, ditch three to one role mine, stretch here it is away ball four miss with a fastball. It's the second walk of the it'll put them on the corners for the catcher, David. Two walks and a triple thus far. All they want out in a one to one bottom of the first arm side, MRs they're against switch hitter from the left side so much movement on the sinker, right? Ramirez trying to rein pitch intimate. It's nearly two hundred major league games over the last eight seasons as Rasmo thirty two big league wins to his name. Db reloads hitter. Yield Betty, three twenty two but he scuffled -ly bitch is all the strike of the top of this. We're yo the last four games played against the PawSox, is, oh for thirteen. Tuck. It's figured out a way to attack. This key catcher who said a great season with the back. There are other corners one out, you'll one on it felt right into the dirt, and the batter's box to make it oh he hadn't even gone back to back games this season two zero without base. It till the PawSox kept him in check couple games back, of course stadium. Overall against Petach this year. He's pleaded seven games, and he's three for twenty two. What about a three fifty hitter against the rest of the league? I it third. One out Neo to swan pop style. Discovered this gives it a look catch turns around and watches it sail. Well over the spring remains to strikes. Well, I'm saying a lot of numbers Lehigh valley batters against Kentucky. Here's why these teams are so used to one another these days. No secrets left's, you would think. They've now played seven in the last ten games against each other. Two series at McCoy and never one to series here at Coca Cola park at Allison. Mike and I have talked about it at nauseam. It's not totally worth revisiting other that for me to say again, the schedule has been somewhat odd bird, I into remind dives and you have to pay attention to him it frankly been a little bit ridiculous. You've had this ninety stretch with three different series against the same team. Speak. Great for production. They are five at one in this stretch against Li they've caught them just at at time. No to Fisher own fastball. Is I wanted to win. The valley is just in a rut day had so many players going up to the Phillies they've had, whether it's doable, Herrera, Andrew mccutchen recently. And then all the pitchers that they've got on the journalist, it's really changed the scope of this iron picks roster. They've cashed on trying to sweep them for the second time this week one to one game at third is Nick Williams at first Israel wanted to Burgio bitch gravitate toward second base could be to fielded by Marco over to second one day like care, the relay double play just what the doctor ordered for arrest low Ramirez hard hit, but a four six three win killings the inning. Each team..

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"gary jules" Discussed on Lights Camera Barstool

Lights Camera Barstool

04:22 min | 1 year ago

"gary jules" Discussed on Lights Camera Barstool

"But speaking of by the way, this person was in the news Moby, extreme ways picking Jason Bourne. John Wycliffe and have that song. I don't know like Jason Bourne, he disappears. He clearly dies, but is in dead. He can beat you up, you can drive a car, which Joey can do as well. But Jason born for me. I don't know maybe because I have a bigger Finney to the born franchisee early ones, but extreme ways puts it over the top for me. You just have to thought shed a movie. The king of the still beaters, great wild story today from Moby while incident. Always been dropping while stories for like the last month. He just can't stop. Was it like she denies it? And then he just like no, I did actually date her and I was thirty four she was eighteen that was sick art, just want everybody to know this. We here still the man who's the guy that did a mad world. That wasn't Moby. It was a different guy. But his name, Gary Jules. I'm Gary jewel. Stan, I'm a Moby hater. They're similar in my mind extreme ways. Here's for fears also did med world or the gears of war commercial edition of Adam Lambert did to glamour didn't want an American idol. I'd love glam, Burt. He rules that was actually a little nostalgia talk. The Adam Lambert mad world performance he was in a long trench coat and there was smoke onstage. That's performance people thought that he actually lost idle. It was so good. And so the doubt that people are like fuck this guy sick of this guy, then he lost idol, but glamorous rules big. Lumber might play my place in glamour demigods here, played the song before my point. You want from me. What's another good one audience number two? It is a bad ass character, and I can attest and big fantas character. But I didn't think beyond Thanos. I just assumed it would have to be a good guy. But fails is bad s nobody. I mean, the most bad ass thing, Thanos, does any of these movies is ease into essentially, like, for the most part is in endgame when he just blows up avengers headquarters sits down on a rock takes off his fuck and helmet. And sword says now we wait get a bitch is like come on come fighting. And for the most part, he does win in fucking. Doctor strange brings the portals out. That's what hurts fan of number two tro bonds. Number one was bad ass. Movie character. Number one for me. This movie has thirty nine percent rotten tomatoes, just wicked. I thought it was a great movie personally. So now my tastes have been attacked by the run, tomatoes community. The movie man on fire in the character is John Chrissy played by Denzel Washington. John Chrissy is a bad s through through. He is a alcohol ick. Trying to do right by himself. Protecting a decoder fanning who I think are characters name is lupita and at the end he gives his own life, and sacrifices, her own his own life for her safety, but going from point A point B. He kills a lot of people because he is on fire. You so pissed off, thinking she's dead. Hence man on fire and. Yeah. Man on fire the title checks out. And I just I've always loved that role. I was remember him just wearing that Hawaiian shirt. Thank you wearing a white shirt in that movie at some point, killing people. I is there more bad at what's the other Battiston Zell movie where he plays a guy who works at the hardware store. Think we reviewed the second one. Racer not racer goddamn, the equalizer, equalizer, the joke we have with fights. When equality is so much equalize is a whole lot the dental movie at the white shirt is out of time completely different than zone movie, the man on fire still fucking bad as good pick did not see that coming. I'm like unique. Number one, Ken Jack, I think let me send you my favorite screen shop for this movie, and like, just tell me what you guys think of the way from the fire. I remember from the from the poster art was really cool. Just..

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"gary jules" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

08:16 min | 1 year ago

"gary jules" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"You. Very sensitive dragon rich today. Respective kind of a weird show open when you say, well, it's a birthday, and I always opened Barthez, so Gary Jules happy. How many people know this is Gary Joel because tears for fears. Did it first because this is the lighter version, and the only one we have in our system is kind of a low key low energy show open, but we'll go with a tracking. Hey, good afternoon. Everybody it is four ten and Rick Lewis Dave Logan, Kathy Lee here with you on this Tuesday. We were supposed to get snow this afternoon. It never at least it didn't snow here. Maybe it did at the airport, which is where the really the official forecast knows at your house. Actually, we do get a few flurries of money. He did earlier. Oh, jeez. I know it was nice out all day about above flurries at your house today at twelve thirty few flurries came down by your house creek. Yeah. You get down here. So quick crazy creek. But they were saying an inch of snow between one and five one at five o'clock PM data one to five you're saying that early. I thought you were saying one to five inches. No. Unless I misheard that this morning driving in listening to KOA that was the forecast. And you know, they can be wrong on occasion. No snow is usually the wrong about how much snow. We're getting not that. There's no snow. Yup. It turned out really the. It's a little little nippy. But still for mid-march. It's gonna be fifty two tomorrow though, supposed to be a pretty good week after this. It looks like but Kathy don't look too far ahead. I'm looking at you know, that's coming Monday. It's tricky got that Santa Barbara blood in you or something I thought yesterday, you told me you were you were descendent of the great. Neild hostages, whatever the whoever that was. And you know, you gotta have some Viking blood. Nile used to kill Vikings. According did the history books, even more. So you should never get caught. You should walkout seriously. Walkout in your drawers. When you walk out and get the paper biking holler. And you should be able to deal with any weather. You know, growing up in Detroit. You would think that Griego? I know what made you so soft county. Sixty go live coverage. County for twelve years, and you get shortage before we we played a game out there. High school game we played Santa Margarita this past fall. And we landed like. Oh, wow. Her fict- weather weather was just ideal. No-win just seventy five degrees every day who doesn't like this every day. Yeah. It does get you spoiled. Speaking of Orange County big story today looks like Mike trout of the Los Angeles angels. It's hard for me to even say that. Is on the verge of signing. The biggest contract in US sports history. They're saying at twelve years four hundred thirty two million. I did quick math test today. That's almost a half billion. That's right, right. Almost a half billion half with a b. To do a test on that. Good at math. They say the deal includes a signing bonus. Like who cares really? That's all guaranteed. And that is this will be the biggest contract ever. Mike trout has been the guy that everybody predicted would sign the biggest sports contract in history pretty much throughout his entire career in it looks like he's just about to do that. In the best player in the game. I mean, yeah, let's face it. Yeah. I just I don't know. But I don't know about paying one guy this kind of money, although the angels are a big draw. The angels have the number. They're number two in attendance in major league baseball behind the Yankees. That's the only team they're behind. They draw a lot of fans to the games, even though they lose. So he's gonna be thirty six million dollars. The next on average the next twelve years thirty six million even spend that kind of money. Well, I'd like it opportunity. I'm going to hook up with friends and family win the Powerball. So I just want you to know. Okay. Which is that what four hundred thirty seven million something like that. Yeah. Some close, but he's been I think I saw an interesting stat today. I think this is true. He's been in the top one or two of MVP voting every year of his career. But one he's he's a dynamic player. He's only twenty six years old. Yeah. Right. So you figure you're gonna get at least seven more quality stays healthy seven more quality years. Maybe a couple that are average. Now that's nine or ten. And so I think the lock you it just shows you where salaries are going. So this contract takes him till he's thirty eight. And as you know, baseball players start going downhill about thirty one usually by thirty four there there in most cases, just a shell of what they were at twenty six. Why did they only make until thirty five? That's what makes you wonder right about this because he's that good. He could demand it. Somebody was going to pay it. No question. No doubt about it. The angels. If at three losing seasons in a row with this great player, but they do draw a lot of fans, so they're making a lot of money at the stadium. And when you're paying this kind of money are you going to go out and build the team around him. You you have to you haven't been able to do it up to this point. You have to you have to they've got they've got. Availability in terms of state under the luxury tax. I don't think they're even close to it even with this deal. And by all accounts, the minor league system of the angels which had been decimated is better than it was three or four five years ago. I would say this. I think you would know is already Marino. Still the only way I guess either. You tip your hat and say, I'm glad you're not afraid to jump back in the pool or you're worried about him because his previous two entrees into big money. Long term deals have not proven to be very good. I mean, he signed Albert pool halls who has not been nearly as effective in with the angels. As he was with the cardinals that he's still getting paid. And then he signed Josh. The center fielder that had the drug issue. Yeah. Josh. Yeah. So in that in that deal didn't work at either big Hamilton's deal was like one hundred twenty five million and poof whole deal was two hundred and some million. They did just signed a three billion dollar TV contract. Yeah. That helps being in southern California. Right. No doubt about it. And enjoy a lot of fans they're drawn like forty thousand fans a game at the big a I don't know if they still call it the big Anaheim stadium, whatever they're calling it. Now, I've been to hundreds of games there. This was my favorite team for a long time. When I lived in southern California I lived like a within walking distance to the stadium. I haven't followed them that closely in in a long time. But. Dave. Competing against the dodgers in they'll always be the the little sister or little brother to the Los Angeles Dodgers. What they wanted him to thousand one or two thousand and two they won the whole thing. But they've always just been kind of the back page story to the dodgers. The dodgers have the great history there in southern California in a bigger fan base. Let's check a traffic..

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"gary jules" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

08:16 min | 1 year ago

"gary jules" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Good afternoon. Very sensitive. Dragon redbeard today. The song. He's a big perspective. Kind of a weird show open. When you say, well, it's a birthday, and I always opened Barthez, so Gary Jules happy. How many people know this is Gary Joel because tears for fears did at first because this is the lighter version. And the only one we have in our system is kind of a low key in a low energy show open. But we'll go with the dragon. Hey, good afternoon. Everybody it is four ten and Rick Lewis Dave Logan, Kathy Lee here with you on this Tuesday. We were supposed to get snow this afternoon, it never at least didn't snow here. Maybe did at the airport, which is where the really the official forecast at your house. House. Actually, we do get a few flurries of my head earlier. No. It was nice out all day about above flurries at your house today at twelve thirty a few flurries came down by your house. Yeah. You you get down here. So quick hickory creek. But they were saying an inch of snow between one and five. One in five o'clock PM. You're saying that that you're saying one to five inches. No. In less. I misheard that this morning driving in listening to KOA that was the forecast. And you know, they can be wrong on occasion. No snow is usually they're wrong about how much snow. We're getting not that. There's no snow. It turned out. Really, you know right now. It's a little chilly little nippy. But still for mid-march. Gotta be fifty two tomorrow, though, radio supposed to be a pretty good week after this. It looks like but Kathy. No, look too far ahead. I I'm looking that's coming Monday. It's tricky you got the Santa Barbara blood in you or something. Yesterday. You told me you were you were descendent of I the great hostages, whatever the whoever that was. And you know, you gotta have some Viking blood. The Nile used to kill Vikings. According the history books, even more. So you should never get you should walk out. Seriously. January walkout in your drawers. You walk out. Get the paper. Biking holler. And you should be able to deal with any weather. You know, growing up in Detroit. You would think that Griego? I know what made you so soft. Sixty. County for twelve years and you get. We we played a game out there. High school game we played Santa Margarita this past fall. And we landed. Like, wow. Her fict- weather weather was just ideal. No-win just seventy five degrees every day who doesn't like this every day. Yeah. It does get you spoiled. Speaking of Orange County big story today looks like Mike trout of the Los Angeles angels. It's hard for me to even say that. Is on the verge of signing. The biggest contract in US sports history. Saying twelve years four hundred thirty two million Ricca did quick math test today. That's almost a half billion. That's right, right. Almost a half billion half with a b. The B to do a test on that. You know, everything's good at math. They say the deal includes a signing bonus. Like who cares? Really? That's all guaranteed. And that is this will be the biggest contract ever in Mike trout has been the guy that everybody predicted would sign the biggest sports contract in history pretty much throughout his entire career in it looks like he's just about to do that. In the best player in the game. I mean, yeah, let's face it. Yeah. I just I don't know. But I don't know about paying one guy this kind of money it. Although the angels are a big draw. Angels have the number. They're number two in attendance in major league baseball behind the Yankees. That's the only team they're behind. A lot of fans to the games, even though they lose. So he's gonna make thirty six million dollars. The next on average the next twelve years thirty six million even spend that kind of money. Well, I'd like it opportunity. I'm gonna hook up friends and family to win the Powerball. So I just want you to know is that what four hundred thirty seven million something like that. Yeah. Close. But he's been I think an interesting stat today. I think this is true. He's been in the top one or two of MVP voting every year his career, but one he's he's a dynamic player. Only twenty six years old. Yeah. Right. So you figure you're gonna get at least seven more quality. He stays healthy seven more quality years. Maybe a couple that are average. Now that's nine or ten. So I think the lock you just shows you where salaries are going. So this contract takes him till he's thirty eight. And as you know, baseball players start going downhill about thirty-one, usually by thirty four there there in most cases, just a shell of what they were at twenty six. They only make it thirty five. That's what makes you wonder right about this because he's that good. He could demand it somebody who's going to pay it. No question. No doubt about it. The angels. If at three losing seasons in a row with this great player, but they do draw a lot of fans, so they're making a lot of money at the stadium. And when you're paying out this kind of money are you going to go out and build a team around him. You you have to you haven't been able to do it up to this point. You have to you have to they've got they've got availability in terms of state under the luxury tax there. I don't think they're even close to it even with this deal. And by all accounts, the minor league system with the angels which had been decimated is better than it was three four five years ago. I would say this. I think you would know is already Marino. Still the owner. Yes. Yeah. I guess either. You tip your hat and say, I'm glad you're not afraid to jump back in the pool or you're worried about him because his previous two entrees into big money. Long term deals have not proven to be very good. I mean, he signed our pool halls who has not been nearly as effective in with the angels as he was with the cardinals, and he's still getting paid. And then he signed Josh. The center fielder that had the drug issue. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. So in that in that deal didn't work at either big Hamilton Steelers was like one hundred twenty five million and poof whole deal was two hundred and some million. They did just sign a three billion dollar TV contract. Yeah. That helps being in southern California. Right. No doubt about it and drawing a lot of fans there drawn like forty thousand fans a game at the big a I don't know if they still call it the big Anaheim stadium, whatever they're calling it. Now, I've been to hundreds of games there. This was my favorite team for a long time. When I lived in southern California I've lived like within walking distance to the stadium. I haven't followed them that closely in in a long time, but they they're competing against the dodgers in they'll always be the the little sister or little brother to the Los Angeles Dodgers. What they win it in two thousand and one or two thousand and two they won the whole thing. But they've always just been kinda the back page story to the dodgers. The dodgers have the great history there in southern California in a bigger fan base. Let's check a traffic..

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"gary jules" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

02:34 min | 1 year ago

"gary jules" Discussed on WGN Radio

"So that's a very long song. But you get a sense of the range in that song. And how talented they are. That is not everybody wants to rule the world, which is a great song and a classic song. But they are great musicians. And great artists. I'll tell you. My other favorite song is mad world. And and and the way Gary Jules covered it in such a melancholy sad way for the Donnie Darko movie. But they're absolutely they're one of those, you know, the the the new wave the UK bands. Like Duran Duran and YouTube early on these guys had chopped. They they have been playing in the clubs like the Beatles. Had for years before they made it over here in the US. And they they had great style. There's a lot of bands that suck of course. Yeah. Listening again to the cutting crew live recently listening to the fix recently live on the boat. They're just they're you know, they knew what they were doing. So I I sometimes get made fun of because I talk on the air about how I like Duran Duran, which is usually considered a gir- a girls band. But. Began sense. When you when you think of Duran Duran people think of the reflex, and I think of that one of those pop songs, but if you go back to those early years there was a lot of jazz in there. I mean, they were really good. Well, again, they were good again, they they knew how to play their instruments. They played live a lot. John Taylor is a really great bass players you listen to even hungry like the wolf a real. I mean, the guys working it out, but saver prayer is a real contemporary of song. That's one of the great ballad. They had a full range, and look they're still kinda relevant that album that they put out a couple of years ago paper God's assault them at the revenue festival two years ago. Yeah. And they're they're great. You know, they're working with you know, like like all the old bands. Wanna do they worked with the young DJ's and Mark Ronson produced their last album? So you know in engine I was on it. So they're kinda hit. They're still hip and cool. Show and and the influence for Durant. Iran was Roxy music, and I have a deep cut from Roxy music. And I remember I only knew of this song from MTV because they had a an early music video in the early days. It's over you. But this one is called my only love from nineteen eighty. Let's take a listen to this. You can hear a little.

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"gary jules" Discussed on I Am Rapaport

I Am Rapaport

04:01 min | 2 years ago

"gary jules" Discussed on I Am Rapaport

"Those are the bangers when we're coming down the mountain cooling down, what are we rocking with Cavanaugh? We're talking Kevin six minutes, sixty minutes of this saying, that's how old. Okay, but in general it's usually bangers going up. Bangers going, go benders going up, a slow jams coming down. Okay. Because I get high on the slow because sometimes I'll go up with a banger and then. Sometimes I'm like, really coming down the I need like mad world. Gary Jules like I need like some like. Just like really dark shit, fuck as Mary Lee. Depressing that all around me familiar. Okay, never heard. That's what I'm on. My cool. All right. But we never heard of that. That's okay. You will. We'll get to your special nets and we'll do it in a second. We'll do it in what else do you have to say? I got a few things to say, then we'll get to your special. You've been told. I have to say this on, I didn't know. I didn't Didn't know. know is now on the podcast said, no is no, no, excuse me. You made me wait, I did. And now we'll make you wait now that you have your time to do your special now you're wait till I go. Okay. Do your special, what. The NBA is officially underway a training camp started and preseason basketball commences actually tonight while it would just finish tonight. The Knicks David fills out the helm. Lakers LeBron James. I don't know why. I don't know why I'm going to wait until the season starts, but I don't know why the motherfucker always has his shirt off. Listen, I keep my shirt on out of respect of the general public. I don't have the body physique of LeBron James put your fucking shirt on. Listen, Michael. I'm gonna just going to say right now. The second LeBron comes to LA. He's right now. He's they're practicing. LA the something go to Hawaii preseason during something tells me that you're not going to be talking as much shit on the brand now that he's here now that he's in the vicinity is in the area. He's probably he listened. So you put that motherfucker better put. Okay LeBron. Okay. I'm I'm in my me put your fucking shirt on Doke. You always have your fucking shirt off working out every day. He wants to show your shirt off because if you had that Bod, would you be rocketed or would you just kind of that? My shirt him because for me, even when I'm sweating, when I go to my hot yoga, which I'm about to make a comeback to when I'm there, sweating like that. I like the shirt to catch the sweat. That's how you know that you're getting it. I need to see the outline of my sweat line. That's that's how I hear you wash your shirt off all the time. Duke. He's got tanned skin. He's black. So you can see the sweat more. I don't know. Fuck all that. All right. Put your fucking Shirley school practice. You're not in the park shirts and skins you in at the YMCA. It's like you wear the yellow or the purple jerseys. What about these guys running around with their shirt off just like regular. That's just some bullshit like Italian shorts. And just like as if they're fucking running nude, you see it a lot in LA, whatever. Like they're literally trying to get their literally trying to get discovered running the streets, but I told you I saw one topless running a woman. Yes, I almost got in a car accident. I was driving next to the grove and I looked to my left. I'll never forget it. And it was a woman in her late twenties. I would say fate really cute with, I would say a b. Cup size of her breasts. And she was running jogging, jogging, not running from somebody, you know, exercising jogging as if she was wearing a shirt, just like regular work and people were looking on this almost crashed. My car never seen anything like it, but it made my day and it was. It was amazing. Can I make the no, no, no, no..

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"gary jules" Discussed on CROSS COUNTRY COFFEE ROADSHOW

CROSS COUNTRY COFFEE ROADSHOW

13:35 min | 2 years ago

"gary jules" Discussed on CROSS COUNTRY COFFEE ROADSHOW

"Ireland. Our next guest, Patricia and Scott are the people that I think we'd like to be when we grow up, at least most of us, they travel. They set up shop where they want, and then they make some money along the way and just what do drooping sucks have to do with NASA where this space place aerials basement area. And can you use your base credential as a pickup line and a copy store. Good morning. We are at little Ireland in downtown Pacific, Missouri, and I'm greeting my first two guests here. I'll let them introduce themselves. Hi, this is Patricia overwork, Scott right now we happened on you here as we walked in the store and you're not locals, you are also travelers. So tell us a little bit about your journey. We live in Roswell New Mexico right now which we'd recently relocated to from Orlando, Florida. We flip real estate and I'm a real estate agent in Orlando. My father had passed away and he was cremated. And because we travel so much, we wanted to have his ashes interred at Jefferson barracks which is where he always wanted to be. So we ended up back in Saint Louis where I'm originally from outside the Saint Louis area. And are you traveling route sixty six? Are you doing that that route or you doing two different roof? No, or not. Traveling route, sixty six traveling interstate trying to get to different cities and towns. It's fan. As we can check out the real estate market's decide where our best best would be for flipping real estate. Florida's our mainstay. We've been flipping real estate there since two thousand and one before that I worked for NASA life support, propellants cryogenics, hyper hyperbolic fuel systems. So real simple job was it's so I can freeze vegetables at grocery store. You know anything outside NASA. I'm worthless. So tell me a little bit about your. I'm actually a real estate agent in Florida, but I also doubled as a barista for several years of a side job, which I, you know, ended up at, you know that horrible chain coffee shop that everybody knows because they had good health insurance and me and my partner Scott or not legally married. So I could ensure us both Ladas working there which was one of the perks of the job. And we actually met because I was many, many years ago when borders bookstore had their own coffee shops. Tell me little bit about how you actually met now, one day he's kinda shows up at the counter and starts flirting with me. And I had a friend who is actually standing there at the counter with me, and we were talking when Scott came up and I just asked got what he did for a living. He handed me this business card that said something like he trained German shepherds or something for this team. And I thought, so this is what you do, and he's like, no, I work at NASA and my friends like, yeah, right. And so Scott. Really super offended. And he's like, just just wait here and he like runs out to his car. So he could come in with all of his security badges and everything and prove that he actually worked at NASA Scott. No. Tell me about your coffee of history and was it because of the flirting that you got involved in coffee? Actually, my coffee history starts when I was in the air force and the hours were so long and so random and all over the place that I had to continuously drinking the most disgusting coffee that the air force can provide wasn't until I actually met Patricia that I actually started learning anything about coffee other than it came into red can I've been following her coffee career. She's been falling my real estate career. She became a realtor so we could work together on every project together. Now I'm really particular about my coffee. How did you break the chain habit in how did you break into more of an appreciation for coffees if you cut? Okay. So honestly, I'd have to say that Tricia kind of. Beat me into submission about coffee because I didn't care. I just wanted that. You know that the jolt that I needed to keep me going. And so we've had many arguments about my suddenly five ninety nine coffee in my nine ninety nine coffee and all that when I could get it at McDonald's for a dollar. So when I first moved in with Scott, you know, I was at least used to having like e-e-e-e-no something decent, like a French press or whatever. You know, in my house and start just had you know your regular old mister coffee coffee pot. His coffee fixed was so bad that he actually hated to walk down the stairs in our house to go to the kitchen. He put the Mr. coffee pot in the bathroom, so he can get up first thing in the morning and go in there and make his really horrible coffee that he could just rank. So whenever we would travel, it was, you know you had like your toys like McDonald's or Starbucks every exit. And of course, Starbucks was at least the better choice and those scenarios. So let's. Where we started, you know, I sort of pushed him towards that. You know, try something different and I loved Espresso. And then you know, more and more independent coffee shops, you know and other better options. They just never knew everybody had different recipes and gradually. I mean, this has been ten years in the making. So we kind of glossed over one segment of your life. You move from Florida to razz well, which is kind of a big jump. Tell me a little bit about that if you could sure we were traveling and we went to see the caves in Carlsbad caverns and ended up liking New Mexico. I'd been stationed there in the air force in New Mexico, but never had the chance to actually explore. And so we've bought a house in Roswell so we could stay in explore. We got a great deal on it. We're gonna flip that, of course, very condensed version of what actually happened. He didn't even wanna stop in Roswell and of course the alien thing I'm like, come over here. We have to an your, wouldn't. They Esa you have to stop with Roswell. So. He decides to look up a fun to his from the military twenty years earlier in c. p. still lived in Roswell and he did. We hit it off really well, and they, we hit it off so well, they wanted us to stay in their house which was kind of big and split the house and live in the house. And I'm like, I don't think that's a good idea. If we're going to stay here, you know, we'll just go and find our own house, fishing, relatives and friends. Go bad after three days. That's the philosophy. Yeah, that's a whole nother story. We went on an RV trip with them later, and then we're suffice to say not friends anymore. It actually was because a coffee, we wanna wake up in the morning and have a decent coffee before we roll the RV out of town and to to them that was a major affront to them. They didn't. They were into the folger's and that, and that was good enough and drink this and get on the road. And it's, you know, for Patricia was go her brains going into meltdown meltdown. Gotta have the good, we'll sneak out. We'll go walk to the copy, whatever, and came such a point of contention. One morning, we race stuff with the truck and got a parking ticket even even became a worse point of contention. Patty's back. I mean, my friend is saying to me what's wrong with her. Why does she got to get up every morning and have the expensive copy? You know, why can't we just roll along, you know, your wife kind of a painting, but so the next part is a little light hearted and it's about your favorite music. Do you have any favorite artists or musicians that will start with you? My favorite song would have to be painted black. My least favorite song would be whiny ticks guitars. Any whiny chicks guitars or off the menu. What's your style of music? What kind of music do you like? Just one style, multiple styles. I was a concert pianist, and I like everything. I like Marilyn Manson and classical just anything except for the whiny chicks you glossed over briefly, the classical music part of your life. And I'm wondering if you could delve into why you're not a classical pianist right this day. It's because of bad socks. So I was on stage Iran's college when I was about seventeen years old competing against a bunch of other people from around the world for the best pianist, of course. And so I'm playing moonlight sonata onstage on a grand piano sideways to the audience with my right side facing the audience. And the piece is just heavy with the pedals. And so I'm playing my heart out moonlight sonata playing the pedals, and I'm sitting there in a tux and the whole time, my sock is traveling down my right leg and it just keeps going further and further down until it's a big giant wide under the center of my foot inside my shoe and stress I was having was incredible. I could feel the sweat coming off of me and I was totally out of my mind was stress because I knew the audience kids see my leg and the hairs. On my leg and every it just all this stuff's going through. So I actually won first place and the national piano guild of repertoire, whatever they call that and walked off the stage in quit playing the piano altogether. And it was. It doesn't sound like classical was always what you wanted to play. Is that right? I've got his editorial comment or Patty, here's well. No, Scott really always wanted to play jazz piano, but his mother pushed him in the plan classical. So he went all the way through the farther ago and that sock incident was just that was it for him? Patricia. How about yourself? I have a very broad taste in music, so I loved Hello. I love you know, hard rock, heavy metal, Johnny cash. One of my favorite songs. I was probably mad world by Gary Jules. Excellent. I want to thank you so much for your interview today and wish great travels in good luck in everything in life in the house. Flipping as well. Our next segment is percolating politics. Once again, as we cross the country, we found that people really had a desire to express their political pins. These are people from across the United States with different opinions about the city's the country in the world that they live in. These are brought you non Asli allowing people to truly express their opinions without reservation. I'm I'm going to work in. Working to. I'm the democratic side and like people's Weiss and to hear the people's. People's things, whatever is. Life is hurting, so I should why human being. Democrat, I'm going to vote. Yes, I'm I'm gonna vote. I'm always going to both. And. I think the biggest issues for me are going to be affordable housing and gender holiday. Yes, I do plan vote. Absolutely. I'm excited about it. I think every American should vote. It's a right. It's a privilege. There's people who are dying for us daily. So we'll have that ability and privilege. I do plan to vote. Conservatively. Which we all have right to our own ideas and thoughts, so, but I do recommend everyone to, I do recommend that everyone stand behind our president, no matter who it is, and whether we have our ideas are not that we all stand behind them and not put down our president, especially. With other countries and so forth. We have the best country in the world. People still gravitate to our country more than any other country in the world. So with that being said, we do have the best country and we should support our president. No matter who it is. We do have president who's willing to stand up for us, finally willing to speak for us and not be afraid. And I believe he does have the best interest in part for us as well as any president has ever served for us. If we continue to do work together as a country shed. The way our founding fathers wanted it to be, I think, will be a country that would continue to do very well, and we'll be able to continue to thrive. Yes, I am going to vote in the primary and also November and you know, one of the biggest issues for me as immigration. I'm immigrants my whole family's immigrant, and you know, I think this this country is is built and made by immigrants, and that's something that you know, I strongest. Strongest anyb- us or opinions expressed in this podcast, are those of the interviewees and do not necessarily represent the views and opinions of cross country coffee road show. Don't forget to give us thumbs up. Social media.

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"gary jules" Discussed on The Bone 102.5

The Bone 102.5

02:28 min | 2 years ago

"gary jules" Discussed on The Bone 102.5

"He. Called you a DJ Doc DJ that's fine I do play a lot. Of music I do. Play a lot of us all right I wanna talk to you some more and I want, to talk about some films and stuff but I've been promising people that you going to play a song and you have just what made you add? This to your your list of song I can't tell you it's embarrassing so I'm just wondering now you have to tell Jerry Riverdale Riverdale show I don't know I know Did a cover of it really beautifully it was exactly. What you. Know you wanted. Out of The, ecstasy song, you know that we did it was so broken down and. So. Quiet and gentle right news, even, gentler, and weirder than, to Gary Jules version of it okay. So that made me actually well it's it's a beautiful I've loved that song forever but I have, a problem, with covering songs the songs I really do love I have. A. Lot of respect for them, and, I, never wanted to I never want to just mess, him up and endure really, bad job because they cause I really enjoy. And respect them so this this. Song is now I guess like fifteen years in the making of me I will say this I will probably absolutely I will probably just not nail it. At all you will, I will say this the hurting that album from beginning to end is. Still a brilliant debut That's incredible I don't think tears. Tears for fears for some reason gets grouped in with eighties. And they had a, career far beyond the eighties and we're probably one of the most literate Unique bans out of that era I would say agree with you songs from the big chair forget, about it seeds of love forget about it Alimentos, get about it Line now Italian I. Know all. Of us all right I just need. To set up this this cat s I think that I can't hear myself might be. Printed on my forehead Okay do you can hear myself I'm just saying that my hands really sweaty Oh I got. Nervous. You don't be nervous name? Mosul hold on I'm just doing this show Are you and? I on the island. On, this show here..

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