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"gaudreau " Discussed on Poke the Bear

Poke the Bear

04:21 min | 2 weeks ago

"gaudreau " Discussed on Poke the Bear

"That's promo code CL, and S 50, get online with a game, stats, stats. Where the game starts. So it's funny, we mentioned the orange line being on fire and you know, that's unfortunate. It's fun to joke about. But there's something else that's orange and on fire in the NHL right now. And that is your Calgary flames. And I don't mean it's I don't mean, I do not mean that it's because they are the actual flames. I mean, they are actually, they are on day of burning. They are burning to the ground Evan. They are burning as we speak. I actually just, this is such, I feel like such a loser. As you were talking doing the read, I wrote down tweet orange line, dash flames. So I'm making a mental note. Maybe you can beat me to it as I'm driving here. Anyways, for those who do not know the flames are if there we go. The tweets are being made as we speak. The flames are on fire though. The flames lost Johnny gaudreau in free agency. And then, of course, the next shoe to drop was Matthew Charles being like, I ain't resigning.

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"gaudreau " Discussed on Bruins Beat

Bruins Beat

03:33 min | 2 weeks ago

"gaudreau " Discussed on Bruins Beat

"Order to the bruins beat on sea on us media my name is Evan Marino, we hope you guys are having a great day, a great week. On this episode, Conor Ryan and I got into some pertinent topics in the world of contracts and salary caps. We got into the recent news on Johnny gaudreau. And how that impacts David Paulson arts earnings because I do think there is a little correlation there. We also get into Pavel zaka and if is he good enough to see if David grace doesn't return and also could he potentially help keep posture? All interesting questions? All interesting summer questions. We also get into if John Sweeney is actually going to clear any cap space because going off recent comments, I think that's kind of a clear answer. So that is today's episode of bruins beat. And without further ado, here is my conversation. With Connor Ryan. And

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'Thrilled' Blue Jackets sign Gaudreau for $68.2M

AP News Radio

00:33 sec | 3 weeks ago

'Thrilled' Blue Jackets sign Gaudreau for $68.2M

"And kept two on the first day of NHL free agency The avalanche re signed forward arturi lechon and defenseman Josh Manson but they lost goaltender Darcy Kemper to a 5 year contract with the capitals The abs also said goodbye to Andre burakovsky who signed with the kraken Meanwhile the blue jackets made a big splash by getting former flames forward Johnny gaudreau The hurricanes added veteran blue liner Brent burns and the red wings picked up center Andrew cop left winger Dominic kubala and defenseman Ben sharat the rangers picked up center Vincent trochek and netminder Jack Campbell went for the Maple Leafs to the oilers I'm Dave

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"gaudreau " Discussed on The Hockey PDOcast

The Hockey PDOcast

04:38 min | 3 weeks ago

"gaudreau " Discussed on The Hockey PDOcast

"And so at least there's something to kind of build out from here, assuming that there are future additions to the blue line coming. Yep. And again, you can't say enough good things about to bring it. Yeah. All right. Jack. We got to get out of here. I'm exhausted. I need to take a break. I think I need to have a cold beer. And gather my thoughts before I write about today at EP ringside and people can check that out as well. Tonight, but this is a blast. I appreciate you coming on here to take the time to chat during a crazy day as we wind down. I'll let you plug some stuff where can people check you out, what have you been working on, get the listeners all that good stuff? Well, if you would like to hear a take on pretty much every thing that happened today from John and gaudreau to I'm trying to think of the most obscure possible player who got signed. Andre cost is the one on the top of my head, but I'm sure that Hoskins aren't bigger than that. Are you going to write a bar now? So I think I might have to write about Austin zarina. I don't know if he has a player card. I'll have to find that out anyway. I'm going to be writing a bit of a recap kind of winners and losers type of thing for EP ringside. God willing I'll do it tomorrow morning and not tonight because I think my brain is about to is about to implode. But I mean, you could also go through my Twitter feed at J fresh hockey and you will find a hundred posts from today from this very exhausting day breaking down all of these signings. Yeah, and then if you like the player cards that you see on there, you could subscribe to my Patreon and access every single one of them. All right, man. Well, I love it. Get some rest here, gather your thoughts. I'm looking forward to reading. You want to be ringside, and we're certainly going to have you back on the PDO test. Down the road. So until then take care of yourself. Sounds good. All right, well, that is going to be it for today's episode of the hockey PDO test. It was certainly an eventful one, so hopefully you enjoy our candid live in the moment reactions to finding out about the Johnny gaudreau news, going to the blue jackets and our analysis of all the other big signings and stories to come from day one of free agency.

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"gaudreau " Discussed on The Hockey PDOcast

The Hockey PDOcast

02:41 min | 2 months ago

"gaudreau " Discussed on The Hockey PDOcast

"If we have the cornerstones of the team, we just need to build around that. And I think that has to be their attitude moving forward. Yeah. Well, and let's move on to the series one, we should give Jake auditor his love we've kind of mentioned it in passing here. For the series, he faced 41 shots per game. He stopped 95.4% of them. He stopped 69 of 74 high danger shots he faced, which is pretty nice. He gave up 13 fewer goals against an expected depending on the model you use. So he checked both the quantity and the quality boxes. He did pretty much everything he could possibly keep the stars alive and give them a shot to hang around. Now, I will say we were just talking about how the stars might not have put some of their players in a position to succeed. I think they did their defensive plan was well executed in this because the flames are kind of such like a north south team beyond Johnny gaudreau, like they just try to get the pocket, just go north and try to get to the net and just shoot it as much as they can. And the stars did a good job of like they were kind of gumming up the middle of the ice as the way they have in the past. They filled lanes and they were basically just leaving the rest of the stuff for you to gobble up. So he made some ridiculous acrobatic saves and certainly stole a few from the flames that they should have scored against pretty much any other goalie. But they did a good job of giving him a lot of shots that he could see in a lot of shots that were very manageable for him. So he played phenomenally the stars had a good defensive game plan at all tied together into this formula where they gave the flames a lot of trouble and took them to overtime of game 7. Yeah, I know most teams don't want to look at it like well we did our job and we're out and round one but they really did and Jake Brown and George deserves a ton of credit. He obviously didn't start the year as a starter, but when he came up and was rotating with holtby he was really good and you could see that turn around and like February when the stars actually had a chance to compete a little bit more. And he was a key part of it. I'm a fan of his also, you know, he helped my fantasy season, so I like him a little bit extra, but no he was fantastic. And the way he plays, it was how he controlled his rebounds and pressed me and even when there were second or third chances how he continued to stop them. And then at the end of it the way he just would flip the puck out of his glove at the end. It's like, you know, this is a young goalie and to have that little bit of flair in that way. Oh, you love the swag. Yeah, it's like he came out and he was like, all right. Whoever, if you weren't a fan of his before, you should have watched them and like whoever he is, I want to see where he goes from here. So I'm excited that he got that moment because he deserved it after, you know, I guess there was some doubt the last couple of years with Dallas and their goaltending situation. They had so many goalies, but now it's very clear. It's just grease and he earned it in every single way. All right. We did like 20 plus minutes on the stars and flames, which is remarkable. And I think we did a pretty good job of covering our bases there. We're going to take a quick break here, and then on the other side, we're going to do the.

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Gaudreau's OT goal gives Flames 3-2 win over Stars in Game 7

AP News Radio

00:33 sec | 3 months ago

Gaudreau's OT goal gives Flames 3-2 win over Stars in Game 7

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Spurgeon scores in OT, Wild beat Sharks to take playoff spot

AP News Radio

00:30 sec | 4 months ago

Spurgeon scores in OT, Wild beat Sharks to take playoff spot

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Frederick Gaudreau scores in OT, Wild beat Stars 3-2

AP News Radio

00:40 sec | 4 months ago

Frederick Gaudreau scores in OT, Wild beat Stars 3-2

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Gaudreau scores twice, Flames get key 3-2 victory over Kings

AP News Radio

00:36 sec | 4 months ago

Gaudreau scores twice, Flames get key 3-2 victory over Kings

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Malkin scores in OT, Penguins beat Wild 4-3

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 4 months ago

Malkin scores in OT, Penguins beat Wild 4-3

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Matthews has 2 goals to take NHL lead, Maple Leafs beat Wild

AP News Radio

00:35 sec | 5 months ago

Matthews has 2 goals to take NHL lead, Maple Leafs beat Wild

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Wild get goal, assist from Fiala, Gaudreau, beat Canes 3-2

AP News Radio

00:34 sec | 6 months ago

Wild get goal, assist from Fiala, Gaudreau, beat Canes 3-2

"Kevin Fiala and Frederick could grow each had a goal and an assist for the wild leading a three two win over the hurricanes Correo capris off also scored and cam Talbot made thirty seven saves for the wild who are ten one in one in their last twelve games Talbot is allowed just five goals in winning his last four starts the hour has ten goals and eight assists in his last fourteen games caprice often Goodrow scored seventy eight seconds apart in the third period to make it three nothing Andrei Svechnikov made interesting by scoring twice down the stretch giving him twenty goals a season for the metropolitan division leaders I'm Dave Ferrie

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Wild edge Rangers 3-2 to spoil Lundqvist jersey retirement

AP News Radio

00:33 sec | 6 months ago

Wild edge Rangers 3-2 to spoil Lundqvist jersey retirement

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Panthers win 4th consecutive game, roll past Flames 6-2

AP News Radio

00:32 sec | 7 months ago

Panthers win 4th consecutive game, roll past Flames 6-2

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Rust's hat trick leads Penguins past Islanders 6-3

AP News Radio

00:32 sec | 1 year ago

Rust's hat trick leads Penguins past Islanders 6-3

"Bryan rust registered his fourth career hat trick as the penguins doubled up the islanders six three Sidney Crosby had a goal and an assist for the pens who climbed within two points of the capitals in the aisles for the east division lead Evan Rodrigues said Frederick Gaudreau also scored and Tristan Jarry turned back twenty nine shots for Pittsburgh the penguins also ended Ilya Sorokin eight game winning streak Soroka was pulled after yielding four goals on just nine shots Matt Barr Zell Anthony Beauvillier Jordan Everly scored for the islanders who have dropped five of seven to the pens I'm Dave Ferrie

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"gaudreau " Discussed on The Get Foxy Show

The Get Foxy Show

02:49 min | 1 year ago

"gaudreau " Discussed on The Get Foxy Show

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"gaudreau " Discussed on The Get Foxy Show

The Get Foxy Show

06:15 min | 1 year ago

"gaudreau " Discussed on The Get Foxy Show

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"gaudreau " Discussed on The Get Foxy Show

The Get Foxy Show

05:22 min | 1 year ago

"gaudreau " Discussed on The Get Foxy Show

"Define you and it's not who you are and it's not the direction you should be pointing your sexual desires towards. You know you can start going down this rabbit hole of this is what i like because this is what turned me on. This is a real real challenge because who you are. Authentic sexually is one of the cool things that you kids. Everybody gets to figure out in loving helping committed relationships as they grow up and as soon as you have pornography in kids lives like this. It's very difficult to unravel who they really are outside of that influence if that makes any sense so it's it's not persuading them to be of one heterosexual or gender or anything like that. It's to give them the opportunity that if they're really into one thing it's because they had this fun cool experience with this other human being that loved them and they found this thing and they connected in that way. That's what it is. It's not like trying to conform that we want him to be this way. They are going to be who they are. Everybody has kids knows like you just going to be who they are but we want them to find that themselves and not being sold on some porn porn sites. You know red makes absolute sense. It's it's like we want them to have a clear idea about who they are without the water's technique without the waters being muddied so to speak right by by these ideas put into their heads through the medium of pornography. Yeah exactly and it's it's difficult because we are so bombarded with so much information and so much choice about who we are. You know we don't have those with lake. My moment in the bathtub dusted quiet. Time to turn the volume down for your kids and if you can keep them away from the pornography as long as humanly possible. It's it'll be a game changer. For them they will hate. You hate you for something at anyways for whatever and then some day they'll think you you know just do whatever you can keep your kids safe from pornography. How can people find your.

"gaudreau " Discussed on The Get Foxy Show

The Get Foxy Show

04:26 min | 1 year ago

"gaudreau " Discussed on The Get Foxy Show

"What's happening. it's you know end there are there are websites that have ethical pornography. So that's one way to kind of go around that but there's also the other problem is that it's very addictive and so there's the addiction piece that a lot a lot of people seriously struggle with and the biggest problem that i have with pornography is it has the ability to transform. What was your authentic sexuality into a preference for something. Only pornography can provide and that's usually with the collision of sexually arouse a rousing images with violence or you know the various other novelties. That go on with it and you can only get it through pornography. it's like the perfect gateway to them you. You'd have to do this illegal activity or sexually unhealthy activity or whatever to get what they're selling. Yeah so. I think that. I know a lot of you are moms. That are listening. And it's it's very important one. You've gotta lock down your devices and two if you've got older kids If they have smartphones it they are watching pornography their friends are showing them pornography. It is definitely a very intrinsic. Part of their their life One really good solution to that. Is the gab phone. I don't know if you guys have heard of that. But it's a wireless phone that the kids can take pictures but they can't send them which is very important for sexting There there's all kinds of blackmail issues that can happen with that. They can taxed And they can phone call but they can't connect to the internet. It looks like a smartphone mentioned authentic sexual morality of how well first off. Let's let's kinda define that a little bit. What he what do you mean exactly by authentic sexuality and two. How do you recommend that. We kind of cultivate this for our for ourselves. Yeah so one of the things one of the things. I'm a big proponent. For people in kids coming into coming into themselves and the human experience and relationships and sexuality being influenced by outside sources when at that means is if you if a child is sexually abused if anybody is sexually abused assaulted. There has been a transformation of their perception of who they are sexually Pornography is absolutely a sexual abuse within children. If you're exposed to pornography as a child that in sexual abuse their sexuality has been transformed. So what happens. Is kids get online. There's something called sexual non concordance and emily makovsky talked about it in her book. Come as you are and it was researched. Was the project that they did in manchester metropolitan university where they put sensors on people and they stay watched pornography and they'd buzzed whether or not. They were aroused whether they thought they were aroused. By it and the alignment of their physical arousal and their mental arousal was a twenty percent. Overlap for girls for women and Fifty percent overlap for men and this is very very important for everyone to understand. The your physical body response isn't a definition of who you are. The brain will see something. You're iso see something that is sexual anything sexual and goes okay. Let's get ready for sex..

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"gaudreau " Discussed on The Get Foxy Show

The Get Foxy Show

03:13 min | 1 year ago

"gaudreau " Discussed on The Get Foxy Show

"You know whatever whatever your languages around that but mine is is definitely god and i was going through a period of time where i had my daughter. I was at home I was diagnosed with ulcerative. Colitis wasn't knows release sick. And i had these kind of Pretty serious life. Changing things happen as god. Blake wet god hard. Like what do i do. Where what am i supposed to be doing and I meditated on it. I prayed on it. And then i had a moment. I had very specific moment is in the bathtub. And it's funny because i hear a lot of people have these moments in water and there's something with i don't know if it's the stillness or just quiet. You're hopefully not watching tv or you don't have your phone in there. If you're just quiet you know you get spoken to more often than not listening. And i was told to do this and i said no. No no way. There's no way i am doing that. I am not a therapist. I am not a counselor I did not have the physical bandwidth you know. I don't have the emotional bandwidth that is not me. I'm not doing it. And when you ask and it tells you it tells you what you should be doing and you don't answer it just doesn't go away so i just kept getting and what i realized wasn't it took a long time as i have an advertising marketing translation. I collage translations skill. So i have the ability to get information. This is what we would do in the advertising world. People want something sad and as an artist working in that i would translate it into a way that people could understand too like they were part of it get the information and kind of essentially buy into it and this is something most therapists don't have. I have marketing ability. I have the ability to motivate people to take action and the other odd thing that i didn't skelly didn't know i have. I have a massive bandwidth for processing trauma so not necessarily my trauma but people can tell stories. I can hear things. And there's something called secondary trauma which a lot of people here somebody trauma and the internalize a neighbor. Come traumatized by it in a lot of therapists Have to deal with this when they first start hearing like when i'm working with one on one cases And they have x amount of green call. It like a greenspace. I have a massive bandwidth for hearing stories and part of it is i- intellectualize. It and i am processing and filing away and researching and figuring out. How i.

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"gaudreau " Discussed on The Get Foxy Show

The Get Foxy Show

02:46 min | 1 year ago

"gaudreau " Discussed on The Get Foxy Show

"You are listening to episode ninety four of a get boxy show. Hello and welcome to the gap foxy show with natural beauty expert. Teri fox where we talk. Alternative health natural beauty and passionately..

"gaudreau " Discussed on The Dave Pamah Show

The Dave Pamah Show

03:25 min | 1 year ago

"gaudreau " Discussed on The Dave Pamah Show

"It's the culture in jacana macho culture now. I know you're saying that some women also it's true as well we'll sit down and so enjoy it with some of the mouth culture. That's going on around it. Because i mean really i mean i was gonna say we'll go back in time. You know you became up before you became a photographer because you. You probably didn't have that any did usually aren't gonna work for playboy and then get something. Yeah so so. How did that happen. I mean you as a student and student and then did photography and then tata in and we can you know i think It's so interesting how you end up where you're at and then it's like when you when you land kind of. Oh all these pieces come together to to the point where you currently are but one that the biggest parts of my story is i. I ran away. When i was fifteen or i moved out and i was homeless for a period of time when i was fifteen. I'm like living in a park. And like i was i was i was probably i mean i guarantee you. Nobody knew what was going on outside of my family. Because i would go to this rec center. I shower ride my bike to school like no. I went to work like nobody knew what was going on. I did that for weeks as well when i was fifteen. They got worried. I wasn't at school 'cause doing quite well at school at a time out. Either difficult schooling because of nine dyslexia. Which i didn't know about i say in here it didn't wait. I didn't tell you as an adult man. I was like earlier hence the reason you went for off fingers with a hands on type job but yeah i saw sleeping in. The squadron stopped liar. And then i was a bad patch. Angry about something. Issue is racial thing that happened at school and about knocks out on his some komiya black something the other. It wasn't taken seriously by both the police in the off. The may say that's where the two weeks away kind of i don. I think more than anything else but in a snap out of it and anyway so anyway. Let's get back so your story ran away to. I'm just relating to your fifty. I had like a little bit of a violent thing happen. Nobody nobody called me anything. Racial okay but words written we can generally relate to the the violence in poor. Yeah this happened to you. Was i had just people kind of nothing. Had nothing happened to me. During that period of time. But i i people took advantage of my situation people who i thought were friends and it it it. I'm so lucky because kids that are runaways. are the number one source of human trafficking because camis sources. You know yulia stayed. I stayed i. Didn't i didn't go back. But i was just like a living situation sorted out by Yeah it's a really dangerous place to be but anyways i graduated high school My i got Fifteen hundred dollars from my grandpa's inheritance. He passed away during that time. I bought a one way ticket to the uk and okay no functional covenant For turning into a trust.

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National Mole Day with Andrew Geary

Podcast Gumbo

03:30 min | 1 year ago

National Mole Day with Andrew Geary

"Hi Paul this is Andrew in today is National Day. Now my first thought this day is in honor of Pucks Itani Phil, but then are moles and ground hogs, the same underground inhabitant. Or could it be honoring one of the greatest land air battles of all time went to bias the mole attack tiny town in Rocketeer George Michael saved the day on arrested development. Now. I know Netflix puts it Tada on everything but did they also put their stamp on National Day? I look forward to you sending me straight Paul. I Fan true according to the Internet malls in groundhogs are often lumped together in discussions regarding wildlife problems that result in turn up damaged landscaping. This is because they both utilized tunnel systems and caused damage to plants, roots, and beautiful lawns but that is where the similarity ends, but I severely digress. Today. October twenty third is national. Mall Day which has nothing to do with furry creatures. Today's all about chemistry specifically avocados number, which is the number of particles in one mole of substance the numbers approximately six point zero, two times ten to the twenty third. Get it ten, twenty, three. If you WANNA learn how to celebrate this day. Look no further than the lab out loud podcast were in one episode they discuss mold day and how they have celebrated it. You could also research Amadeo Gaudreau and put out a social media post using the National Mall. Day, Hashtag. My guest today is Andrew. Geary. Andrew is the host of the seismic sound all podcast now prepare yourself for a second seismic sound off episodes our in depth conversations in applied geophysics intimidated yet. Luckily, for you, I asked Andrew. Where someone like me who try to cheat his way through high school science classes could start. He wrote back the following and I quote our episodes tend to range from various associations, specific highlighting our annual conference to broad scientific subjects, addressing racism and geosciences. But the best place generally to start is our episodes focused on humanitarian projects we manage here is one looking at building a canal Peru that's a good start. Unquote. For Third Recommendation Andrew Sticks with science and recommends an episode from the Your Day podcast called what whales on nine eleven. While many of us reeling from the terrorist attacks in the United States something very unique was happening underwater. For today's extra all's I'll let you decide if you would prefer watching Netflix's with Andrew or May. We, have had A. Exchange about the German show dark. I loved it but punted few episodes into season three because it was just too confusing. Andrew has tried to me to keep going but remember his brain works a lot better than mine. But one thing should be said, it seems we both are big fans of the blue family. Come back on October thirtieth for maybe one of the most divisive pieces of candy ever.

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"gaudreau " Discussed on Acoustic Music Talk with Brad Apple

Acoustic Music Talk with Brad Apple

04:17 min | 1 year ago

"gaudreau " Discussed on Acoustic Music Talk with Brad Apple

"I sit up and watch the late news and always have a mandolin sitting there and not necessarily my rizal or or whatever i had you know i kept it old gibson a model within reach of where i was sitting in if i was watching the late news or The late night talk show. Always i would be kinda like mindlessly inventing tunes around and that's how most of my tunes that i've ever written came to be just you know something would catch my ear and i know that sounds pretty good and I ready to around it that. How some of the stuff on classic jag together including that tune. Yeah exactly Yeah i didn't set out to write that. Just the court progression came first and then The two later how did classic jag come about that. Somebody was on web co originally. Wasn't it. I believe it was doing emerson. Got me hooked up with It was actually blows both b.'s. Brother their family name was bus. Be us bic. I believe wayne bus bus owned the record label at the time we go. Yeah you ev. Right wayne e bus was waco regularly. And that's who Emerson was recording. I guess some of his early banjo albums and you got me. Hooked up the wayne and said You jimmy's got some Both instrumental and vocal stuff that Wayne says well. Let's get him in the studio you know. And and that's how that came about. So that's my own buddy. Do emerson is it. Takes responsibility for that one okay. I really liked that album. That's thank you record or about your tremolo technique jimmy. That's that's something to that. I really like you. You know you do a lot of trim level and i know you told me one time in an email that you would like to hear more manned players use tremolo technique. Yeah mine is kind of A modified version of Again the aforementioned buzz busby who was the master trampled on in in my book and john duffy had really good tremolo as well So i would listen to both of those guys and they were both year in the dc area. You know when. I first came down here so i would You know listen. Listen to them play in. I heard the country gentlemen records of course so I captured some of that. John trimble playing also verily country. Gentlemen records and but Once i got to see buzz busby perform it was like oh my you know that. That was amazing. And you talk about being able to play double stops up and down the neck while playing tremolo That was a trick that i can do it. Not to the degree that demonstrated by any means. I i put myself and now believe he was the master of stuff like that and He was old. Yeah no one break that comes to mind. Recorded break is on. Tony's me and my guitar album. I think it's sixteen miles a break. You took on their of tremolo. That was really pretty. Thank you thank you again. wasn't rehearsed. We got that song great after we worked it up in the outer part of the studio and then went into the recording studio and kind of head on and I couldn't think of anything more appropriate at the time. And tony says yeah. He's trying you know. Just make something fit there and Entirely off the cuff. Though you know..

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"gaudreau " Discussed on Acoustic Music Talk with Brad Apple

Acoustic Music Talk with Brad Apple

05:04 min | 1 year ago

"gaudreau " Discussed on Acoustic Music Talk with Brad Apple

"Is bill gates and he said i understand the word gotten back to dc spectrum was breaking up and he says before you start making any moves in recruiting people. He says i'm gonna make you another offer year that you might wanna hear and i said oh boy. So he he said Thank you to come back to the country. Gentlemen we guys can in Rick record i think was playing mandolin at the time and I remember kenny. Something that was. I can't recall his name Playing banjo and they both wanted to leave. Or i don't know the circumstances and but anyway. Yates and charlie were in the market for a banjo player and mandolin player tender singing mandolin player. And he's you the first one. I thought of and when i heard that is breaking up will offer you the job. You want to get back to dc. He says but it'll be different. This time it'll be a A salaried position will offer you and it was more money than was making And it was guaranteed every week. Worked or not i was on the payroll. I discussed it with my wife. And she says yeah. I wouldn't mind getting back to dc. You know why not sounds like a good gig to me. The only problem that i had and i told to do yates I said well we've got in mind for a banjo players when we got several in mind and in this he's started going down through a list of people and and i said have you ever thought of dick smith and he didn't use to work with you in the country store or whatever you go back then and i said yeah i said he's working with bill mccurry now and if you're offering the same kind of A position type thing you know salaried employees. He might be interested in. He says he said Find out in. So i didn't even touch with dick. Dick was ready. You know you know he had gone. I guess both varzi wanted to with with dell and light the country..

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"gaudreau " Discussed on Acoustic Music Talk with Brad Apple

Acoustic Music Talk with Brad Apple

02:47 min | 1 year ago

"gaudreau " Discussed on Acoustic Music Talk with Brad Apple

"But hello folks in welcome again to acoustic music. Talk the podcast. I'm your host brad apple and this week we're going to get back into our conversation with jimmy goudreau as you recall last week we talk with jimmy about how he got started in music and what drew him to the mandolin. His early bands that he was a part of such as the country. Gentlemen fred pack. Jimmy zone bans and this week. We're going to pick up from there. And talk with jimmy about his time with j d crowe and the new south spectrum. Tony rash unit chesapeake and others. So we're gonna get back with jimmy now and go forward with his career out in that i guess was eighty grow. I kept that band going for a couple years and went through many banjo players I can't even name them all as a matter of fact and he's stuck with me through a couple or or maybe in year year and a half move back to dc 'cause i i said i'm i'm through columbus. I want to get back to dc. And i said i know we can get gigs back there. I got enough connections and you know. Keep us afloat and that's what we did In another unfortunate terrible thing happened You know keith. had in ricky skaggs Had been kind of done in apprenticeship in their mid teens with ralph stanley and appeared ralph's albums At the time ralph's vit singer Relief centers with number. One guy and keith was like the background rhythm guitar player. Well while i don't know year maybe maybe not even that long be senators was tragically murdered. Yeah and Keith went to the funeral. Of course and ralph came up to him after the service and said we'll keys you know i'm in a terrible position here now with Roy gone and nine. I need of each singer. And i'd like to have you back as the front man and so he came back to. You know it. Jimmy i i gotta do it. You know 'cause i i want to ralph. Get me started in. And he needs me you know and do it. You know. I want to get back closer to home.

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"gaudreau " Discussed on Acoustic Music Talk with Brad Apple

Acoustic Music Talk with Brad Apple

03:47 min | 1 year ago

"gaudreau " Discussed on Acoustic Music Talk with Brad Apple

"Really had to listen to the lead singers in the band's the mini bands that i played with throughout my career and listening close. You know you had to get their freezing down. And and charlie was really good at annunciation. He he didn't slur words or or you know go over things that you'd miss every word that he's on your and After hanging out with him and and playing many gigs. i've got the knack of it and one of the things that happened like in the second month. Maybe i was playing them. They had a regular gig at a club in downtown. Dc the george town section of dc call shamrock and they basically worked up all immaterial there before taking it out on the road and this was I think by then two nights a week. I think it was like monday. And tuesday or tuesday with yeah. I think it was a monday. And tuesday nights from nine one or nine to two. Maybe because we did four sets. I'll say after a night of that and it was like and then have to come back in the next night. One of the nights i showed up with comes strolling through the door and people whispering in somebody. Come over to me. And duffy's in the house and i said oh really and Sure enough right up in not in the very day it will but maybe one back john and his wife. Nancy was sitting there and I go directly to the kitchen area where you know we park our instrument cases and stuff like that and he said the young cock john. Duffy's house tonight. He said yeah. I know like so what you know you know you. You're in this job now. You got the job he. He's the seldom scene hasn't started yet so john was basically Doing repair work creon in instruments. Stuff for arlington music. I don't think he had intentions at the time of going back into band business but anyway he wanted to. He was curious enough to come down and Catch me shaking in my shoes at the shamrock. And i said i literally was i. I looked down at my pants leg and was waving like a flag and eighty six. Get over it you know. It's you know you know what you're doing calmed down you know. And so i managed to get through that set okay and then came out during the break and john signal overthrew stable. You know i met he and his wife and sit down. You know have a seat and join us. And i'm going. I'm sounded like jackie gleason hamas. I'm sitting at the table with john. W one of my euros. And the guy that i'm supposedly replacing and i hesitate to use that term because i am. I am the kid off the street in. Nobody feeling that me shoes. That's for sure. So i'm just trying to be me. And he says i like would you do want You know you're obviously. Get the tanner ranged down. Says i already heard the story from charlie about your accent so i said yeah we're gonna say them for rhode island's you..

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Venezuela's Ongoing Political Saga

Latino Rebels Radio

05:32 min | 2 years ago

Venezuela's Ongoing Political Saga

"Venezuela is in the news again. There's a failed raid. Actually two of the advisors of one guy lull have resigned. They resigned Monday so I wanted to talk about Venezuela a little bit third rail topic of Latin America so over the weekend. I had the opportunity to connect with Gabriel Hetland Assistant Professor of Latin American Caribbean and US. Latino studies at the University of Albany and here is the conversation. Hey Gabriel thank you so much for being on Latino rebels radio great to be here. Venezuela seems to be doesn't seem to go away before we get into the deeper issues regarding Venezuela. I would love to get your reaction about what has happened over the last Last week in continuing this whole notion of this ex green beret with a raid. That was going to go after. Nicholas model can you begin to breakdown your reaction or or give your take on all this. I'll do my best. I'm shaking my head as you say. This almost makes me chuckle. And I've heard so many accurate ways to describe it tragedy meets farce handler with Alaska historian at nyu said someone else. From the Obama X. Obama said described it as keystone cops meets failed Bay of Pigs invasion someone else a bad rambo movie. I mean it's almost absurd if it weren't tragic at the same time so you know the sort of short story is that there's a a ex green beret Jordan gaudreau based in Florida. He's apparently guarded trump at a rally at some point in the last couple of years He seems to be described as totally out of touch with reality by everyone. Who's met him over the last several years he got involved into that. Anna's Waylon really randomly was last February at this concert. That March I guess when Richard Branson people was having a concert in Kuku Columbia on the border blah to raise for humanitarian aid and basically for an armed invasion of Venezuela by the opposition at failed utterly but from that point on Goo throw with his Sort OF SECURITY OPS Company in Florida Silver Corp got interested in Venezuela and the money that might be involved with toppling meadow and it as more and more of the details. Come out it's truly scandalous and Lurid and it's GonNa Impact Venezuela for a long time to come but There was a armed invasion. Which happened just over week ago on Sunday. and You know about little less than two dozen Folks got got off a boat An eight of them were killed and another fifteen or so were captured by the Venezuelan army. Apparently fisherman actually are the ones who initially captured them and their plan was to sort of invade Venezuela's through the ocean. You Know Landa boat make their way to cut off us. Topple them Dodo administration free Venezuela goto warehouses filled with cash. Us dollars take the cash leave and be treated as heroes Total absurd but what really makes it know scandalous as the main opposition leader. One Guy Dough is involved in this And there's more and more evidence coming out that he knew something about what was going to happen. It's not entirely clear how much he now and how much he knew and it appears that he didn't know a whole lot but in over last year he had a series of meetings. I think by phone basically with Guerrero and there's recordings with his voice and he's been invited to save. These are not true and he hasn't done so to my knowledge so far where he you know says it will support the agreement and one of his deputies apparently gave fifty thousand dollars as an initial payment which was supposed to go up to two hundred some million dollars And other Guido officials apparently had some level of knowledge the trump administration has denied it but in very interesting terms where Secretary Pompeo has said the US was not directly involved and so his use of the word directly suggests that they were somehow involved. That's what I mean exactly. And here's the thing that I would say about all this. Given how third rail of an issue Venezuela is there because it's so damn partisan this topic you could literally make a case that each party involved could have been involved. You know what I'm saying. I'm not trying to be like that's how messed up. Venezuela's right now in terms of the understanding because I'm sure that there are people who are saying well. This is his mother will conspiracy. You know he just created all this because you know the opposition and goes like I don't know anything about it the US. I feel like it was being taken from like amateur hour so it Kinda to me speaks to how Venezuela is often misunderstood misrepresented because it is being seen through a very hyper partisan lens that is so complex that I don't think it's reality right now in this is sort of an example of this absurd story that this sort of like bad. Hollywood

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"gaudreau " Discussed on Real Talk with Dana | Nutrition, Health

Real Talk with Dana | Nutrition, Health

11:38 min | 3 years ago

"gaudreau " Discussed on Real Talk with Dana | Nutrition, Health

"Out. I was going to be Dana in whichever one came out second was going to be avenue girl and avoid okay I if I if I can admit envisioned myself walking through the world as Brian Gaudreau I am doing what I do today. I I firmly believe that I would not get the same backlash about my use of swears now. If you follow Gary Banner Shock for example is very well known for swearing he's extremely opinionated and he tells it like it is he's very very straight talker and he's talked about swearing before and how people don't you know they feel the need to give him the feedback that they don't like his swearing but I have a feeling it has a lot less for him and that the judgment on him is is not quite the same judgment that women who swear as part of their known personality and who they are online receive and when when we had the last mercury retrograde and which is a a time of difficult communication where a lot of people it's just retrograde time I received on an almost daily basis feedback and I'll call it. You know feedback loosely that I you know people didn't like my swearing and that I should change it for their comfort and here's the thing again this goes back to personal responsibility. If you don't like what people are saying you don't like their messaging and you don't like especially the methodology in which it's delivered I understand having a fundamental issue with like we were talking about earlier polit- political L. Stances and ethics and what's right and what's wrong which by the way almost one hundred percent subjective in most cases I understand that but the delivery method of that message or of. The topic when people tell me to change who I am or how I'm delivering that message and every other word out of my mouth has not a swear I use wearing for emphasis but it's also part of who I damn I grew up on you know in the northeast I grew up with a Stepdad who is a truck driver and was in the marines and swearing was just part of my vernacular are and still is and the so there's two things here first of all if you don't like the delivery of the message but you like the message and you agree with it you are under no obligation to continue to follow or receive that message edge. That's on you that responsibility again as a human being who can edit their social media or the media that they consume if swearing a problem for you and you don't swear and you don't like swearing you're more than entitled to have your opinion about what you personally will in won't do what I don't need to hear and I feel like what most women in the space who swear and get this feedback but we don't need to hear is that we need to change changed to make you feel comfortable or suit you your likes and dislikes because I guarantee you. There will be someone out there. WHO's delivering the message in a way that is very aligned to who you are in your own personal values? Tell us who doesn't swear or who talks about things from a faith-based perspective or toss about things only from a evidence based as perspective or who uses saying that are considered alternative or who talks about Gustaf or who dozen or you know what I mean like. There's somebody out there and that's the beauty of the Internet these days is that there is somebody out there delivering the message in his exactly the way that makes you feel really great what I don't need to hear that I need to change how I delivered the message to suit you and I think that that is a point of frustration and frankly it's really tiring. It's really really tiring and I'm constantly hearing people telling me like I would be. I would have a bigger audience. I had a gentleman who decided he was gonNA. Give me this feedback a while ago I would be I would grow my audience a lot faster and I would reach more people if I would just not swear and I come across his unprofessional and I was like put again like what your perception of professionally is is completely. That's that's subjective. What professionally what does it even mean? You know that I'm abiding by Certain Code of speech that I'm impacting people in their lives because I'm able to deliver the message of what I do away resonates with people I mean so again. I feel like the the judgment on women because again I think women <hes> societally are are expected to be proper and take up less space yeah in and deliver it in a polite way. That's not you know in Nepal almost an apologetic way super ultra polite in a way that's not going to offend but I can tell you this could remove every swear from everything I've ever done and my message would still be great for some people or the way I deliver it would still not be a good fit or it would still be offensive to somebody somewhere on on some level and so I've got gotten to the point and I think getting older has played a role in some of this into sort of being like I am going to do what I'm going to do. When I'm GonNa talk about it in a way that I'm GonNa talk about it and if if an until and unless us it doesn't sit well with me anymore? I'm not going to change it. I'm going to do what I do and and again your choices are your choices and what you like. Dislike up to you but I don't need to. If you don't like it and you want to leave fill each you can just feel free to to to march on and that's what I do. If I see something out there I follow somebody and then I realized you know what it's not a great fit. I just on follow. Its way less drama for me. I don't need to draw attention to myself for it and my just go on my day by day is better for it so you know I think again. The on women is so much harsher because we're told to you know not cause a fuss. Were supposed to do it in a way that's very pleasing that is less attention drawing to ourselves and frankly I think that women who used swears or who do come out in a way that is self assured is threatening for other women and men. Yes absolutely I mean most of my audience is female so I get most of this feedback from women but I I think it's very threatening. I think that being somebody who comes across as confident in self-assured is not the norm and it it plays it disrupts people's narrative about the way the world works or should work and that is <hes>. That's very hard for people to rectify so can totally respect. Everybody wants to swear in their personal life heads up like on page one of the book. There's a swear it's sprinkled throughout. Somebody suggested I talked to high schoolers than I was like. I'm not so sure that's a great idea. They might appreciate eight if parents might not so yeah that's almost actually had a swearword covered book and then opted not but there are there definitely are some adult words sprinkled throughout yeah while I mean it also goes back to to the bottom jet analogy that we were talking about before. I shouldn't have to change myself or what I'm wearing in order to make you more comfortable. I'm also not going to change the delivery of my message to make you more comfortable. You know it's it's like the whole don't tread on me approach or like you can believe whatever you want to believe but as soon as you tell me what I should be doing according to what you believe I'm out like I don't care what you do. I mean probably don't kill anyone right like I. I just signed John Wick three last night and it was like Whoa okay might years. You're still ringing but you know like do whatever you want to do. Like believe whatever you WanNa believe but don't tell me what is right or wrong how I should conduct my business how it should be speaking how I should dress how I should look any of these things. Do not tell me those things and like I will never do the same to you. I'm never gonNA tell you about an any of the topics that we talked about. This podcast asked this is the one in only way like this is the thing for everyone. This is why both Stephan I try to have a ton of different diverse opinions and speakers and interviewers and interviewees on our podcast because while L. WE acknowledge that we might not agree with everything that's being said in. You might not agree with everything that's being said. It's really helpful to be exposed to a wide variety of perspectives and speaking modalities and stuff because because if not then you're just going to be seeing the same shit all the time and you're not going to understand where people are coming from with different perspectives. Yeah absolutely absolutely agreed cosign okay. I WANNA start wrapping up but I I do have one question before i WanNa ask you about your book is what is a book that you think everyone should read I am I wish which I can spin. I wish people can see this cause. Premature flat service in our home right now is covered in books between my husband and myself. There are so many books that I would consider essential. I do have my Rainbow Bookshelf which a lot of people I've seen on instagram are like I love Raymond Your Rainbow Bookshelf and I would say that the Rainbow Bookshelf is really the collection of sort of the must have books but for me personally. I think <hes> Byron Katie her hurt. Her books are really important especially in in understanding this idea of like what's true. What's not true? <hes> you know what's essentially what's the story. I am telling myself like how would I feel that story was intrude those sorts of things and really you know again going back in reading more about the STOIC more from the STOIC recently. I'm like it's the STOIC came came to cognitive behavioral therapy from I. I don't remember exactly who the guy was but like there was a psychologist who really introduced the idea of stoicism into C._B._T.. And I feel like that then became widely distributed in this idea of Excel Halpin psychology and I really think getting your hands on some Marcus Aurelius and and really reading the STOIC is super important and you can see it. You can hear it in a lot of the people in this space you you know Byron Katie Bernie Brown obviously there's just a lot of people who have flavors of that and again..

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"gaudreau " Discussed on Real Talk with Dana | Nutrition, Health

Real Talk with Dana | Nutrition, Health

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"gaudreau " Discussed on Real Talk with Dana | Nutrition, Health

"I'm your host Dana Montes of real food with Sina. I'm a nutritionist and body image coach teaching women how to he'll their relationship with food and their bodies ditch the cycle for good and truly thrive with real food one delicious meal at a time <hes> hey there at it spin a bit a little while took took a week off in between last two weeks ago episode in this episode but I don't think you guys are gonNA mind because I'm giving you an extra long episode today with an extra special guest so today on the podcast we have Steph Steph Gaudreau who if you don't know her is the creator of what used to be stupid easy Paleo and the harder to kill radio podcast which is now just Steph Gaudreau as her whole brand and she is a fierce strong independent woman who don't know man no. I'm just kidding. She is amazing person who believes in empowering women by showing us that we have the right to be strong and take up space and that we do not provide more value to the world by trying to shrink ourselves and taking up unless space so staff is one of my personal inspirations for getting involved in this space in the first place a making the transition in my own personal health journey from doing everything that I possibly could to lose weight to eat less to take up less space transitioning into the much more confident and powered strong women that I am today which let's set the record straight here took me a very long time to get here and that also being said I don't always feel super confident empowered every moment of every day but we've come a long way from the friel tiny little poor self esteem shell of a person that I used to be until this is kind of the same thing that we're always talking about with body neutrality and body acceptance students and food neutrality is you're not on one hundred percent of the time because again we're trying to get away from perfectionism and we're also going to be talking about perfectionism today with Steph so she's also going to be talking about her personal health journey from wanting to shrink herself to wanting to take up more space and how she got there and I just wanted to plug this four stuff because she doesn't talk about it. A ton in the podcast but Steph has an amazing book. That's coming out this month. It's called the core for and it's probably way different than any book about food and nutrition that you've ever read before. It's part meal plan <unk> learning how to discover which foods or going to help you feel your best and also fuel your performance. If thought something that's interesting to you and to also eat in tune with what your body is telling you plus US part here's how to get strong by doing basics <unk> exercises at home but with none of that like diet culture or exercise job of like it's my way or the highway or if you don't do this your failure and you're going to be unhealthy and second overweight forever and I promise it's just is GonNa work in thirty days. There's none of that bullshit so just wanted to do a quick plug for that. It's called the core for and I'm pretty sure there are some pretty good pre-sale bonuses that you can get and the book comes out on July thirtieth so you still got some time to get on in there so a bunch of goodies in this episode that I know you guys are GonNa love. We're talking about food neutrality body neutrality body positively we're talking about the I'll be happy wins all that good stuff but we're also which I think you guys appreciate going to be talking about swearing at one point in the podcast and we're talking about the biases that we have in our society against people who swear how men and women are treated differently about swearing why some the people choose to use swearing and a reminder of whether or not you enjoy my use of swearing which has actually gone down a lot since I started the podcast or steps use of swearing or really anyone else on on the Internet. It's a reminder that you have the power to on follow anyone's message that you do not appreciate their message or that. You don't appreciate the delivery of their message because the beauty of the Internet is that you can find signed. A similar message delivered a completely different way anywhere so if you're looking for a health and nutrition podcast that doesn't involve swearing. There's this thing called itunes that has some great resources for you and I'm not knocking those other podcasts. They probably have some great information but if you don't enjoy my Yousef swearing if you don't enjoy steffes use of swearing you really don't need to write me a direct <hes> instagram message be like your message would be delivered so much better if you just didn't swear or you could grow your business so much more if you didn't swear you know what I'm GonNa do be you can do you. I'm not telling you how to run your business or your podcast or your life or anything like that so please don't tell me how to do that with mine and this is totally not a passive aggressive the thing I mean one hundred percent series here so I think you guys are going to enjoy that part of the episode because there's a lot of humor injected there and also some real talk which hello you've come to the right podcast for that so enjoy episode with Steph and last thing here before. I let you get started because I know I've talking for a while. If you guys enjoy this episode if you guys enjoy the podcast it would mean the world to me if you could go on over to itunes and leave a five star rating. If you could leave a five star review that would also be the best it doesn't have to be super long. You can just be like I love this podcast or this podcast. Get through a tough time or whatever it is you don't have to tell your life story I would not expect view and a review and you would probably exceed the character count anyways you guys are the best and I really appreciate all of the support that you throw in towards me the.

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