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Gavin Lux gets 2-run double, Dodgers surge past Phils 5-4
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Kari Lake: Arizona Governor Race Is the Most Important 2022 Election
"Well and Arizona is I think the most important Arizona governor's race is the most important election in 2022 for the entire country And here's why We only have two border states left in Republican governor's hands And even I don't think they're doing enough to secure our border But if we lose a border state to a socialist Democrat like the one I'll be running against in November Katie Hobbs she's just like Gavin Newsom I think we lose our country We can't afford to have this border crisis continuing Right now we have a Republican governor He's kind of piece mealing his attack and trying to secure the border not doing much We need a serious Bohr plan I have it and I'm going to implement it on day one starting with declaring an invasion on our border And then getting our National Guard or Arizona National Guard armed into the border to stop people from coming over finishing Trump's wall And we're going to blow up these drug tunnels and shoot down the cartel drones I can't believe we've been allowing this to go on as long as we have And we have the right to do this by the way Dan in the
Dr. Keith Rose Describes the 'Rule of Exchange'
"Let me just make sure I'm getting this straight, doctor Rhodes. Pfizer is basically saying, oh, these aren't, you know, this isn't real data and Marjorie Taylor Greene's full of it because, you know, we can't verify all of this. Isn't this the same excuse that those on the left used to debunk the VAERS data because they said they couldn't verify all the adverse events? Is this what's happening here? Right. You have to understand when you listen to the mainstream media or liberal progressives. I call it the rule of exchange. They exchange one set of data for another set of reasons. And they use it back and forth. A great example is the governor of your state Gavin Newsom, who is now trying to take the medical license from any physician they're pushing a bill right now at your state legislature to take the medical license from any position that quote promotes misinformation. And at the same time, Gavin Newsom, who locked down an entire state and is trying to force vaccines was out, I think it was 72 hours ago and his quote was where he's upset about roe versus wade. And he said, remember, my body, your body, your choice. So again, liberals use the slogans that fit their narrative. And if you say anything else, like you said, it's misinformation.
Newsom Wants to Make CA an Abortion Sanctuary State
"I know what Gavin Newsom said. I can't, I can't be accused of misquoting governor Gavin, let's make California an abortion sanctuary state Newsom. What does a sanctuary state of California look like when it comes to abortion? We've been doing a lot. I mean, let me back up. I think, you know, it's always a moment like this. What are you going to do next? But I really support to talk about what we've been doing. Pretty consistent. We know what state in the union is doing more tech companies productive health and rights. And that's why I wanted to reflect back on the work we were doing anticipation of this because it led to a series of initiatives and bills that would be task force that was created to a series of recommendations, including dealing with co pays that we assign in our budget and go and affect January and went to the expansion of support for providers, supplemental, support, have a $1 billion to be provided to support our caregivers, went to parcel of $1.7 billion workforce to ask the legislature because we have issues of recruiting and retaining healthcare workforce. It's gone to a series of other recommendations that are going through a legislative process and a budget where just two weeks I'll be putting out, for example, supports the new portal and new website to provide culturally competent access to people across the spectrum so that they know their rights and they know where those, of course, live and stay. So we are initiated. That's governor Gavin Newsom describing what California as a sanctuary state would look like.
Calif. Assemblyman Kevin Kiley Is Valiantly Fighting to Kill AB 2223
"Let's get to someone who is a fighter for what is good and beautiful in California because there's still a lot of great people in California and the fight is necessary to assemblyman Kevin kiley, who's also a candidate for California's third congressional district, Kevin. Welcome to the Charlie kirchhoff. Thanks, Charlie. It's great to be with you. So Kevin, let's get into the latest news. I was kind of tracking this through some of our amazing pastors yesterday, pastor Jurgen, pastor Jack hibbs, rob McCoy, James Cadiz. We're kind of all in a text together of people that were tracking the legislative movement behind AB two two two three, otherwise known as the infanticide Bill. Walk us through what this bill actually contains no hyperbole or exaggeration because some people are blowing it out of proportion, not on our side. The other side, what does it actually say and where does it stand in legislative process? Sure, well, where it stands is it passed its second committee yesterday, which is horrifying. It's one of the worst bills that's ever been introduced here, which is really saying a lot, considering the sort of bills that get introduced in past in California. And the idea is, you know, Gavin Newsom has proclaimed California and abortion sanctuary state. He wants this to be the state where people from other states can come to to have abortions and this bill two two two three purportedly creates a kind of liability shield for acts that would violate the laws of other state and some places of limits on what sorts of things can be investigated. And so all of that is bad enough in its own right, but there is this term in the Bill perinatal, which by, you know, there was a practicing o-b-gyn at the hearing yesterday who said that that can encompass up to about a month after birth. And so it creates sort of a liability shield for an infant death that is post birth and what's more, it actually would give individuals the ability to sue prosecutors who wanted to come in and bring charges of these cases. So it's truly a horrifying
Prof: Some Minors Enthusiastically Initiate Sexual Activities w Adults
"Professor says it's ineffective to assume a sexual relationship between a young person and adults predatory and criminal. Play cut ten. Also, if young people are initiating sexual activities with adults or enthusiastically involved, we can't be effective in working with them if we assume that all such relationships start with a predatory or criminally inclined inclined adult. Saying that we can't assume that all these relationships start between a young person and an adult is predatory or criminal. Now this is off the heels of many similar commentary, where people are saying that, look, it's not like there was one in particular said, I can't find anything morally wrong between a pedophile and a child. Now this should be the line. For many people. This should be the line where we say this is extraordinary. This is outrageous, but instead this is what happens when you send your kid to college. They learn this nonsense. So a child who doesn't have any experience in life is now being blamed essentially if he or she starts feeling sexual attractions toward a predator. Children are easy prey for predators, but this is all part of a pedophile agenda. That seems to be gaining steam not saying that it's a legislative agenda yet, but you actually see what happens in California, Gavin Newsom signed a law I think it was SB one 45, a decriminalization of pedophilia, where pedophiles no longer have to sign up to the sex register database. Now, this all stems out of the lack of strong and clear moral teaching in our country. When you
Kershaw pulled after 7 with perfect game; Dodgers top Twins
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Jennifer Horn Explains California's Scary New Abortion Bill
"We thought it was bad enough in the Commonwealth with the butcher of Richmond with the former governor Ralph northam with his. Pediatrician saying a woman can decide after the birth. If they keep the child or kill it, talk to us about this unbelievable story coming out of the assemblies, judiciary committee. Yeah, so there is a bill in California that was put together by an assemblywoman out of Oakland. It has the full support of our attorney general in the state, rob Banda, who was handpicked by Gavin Newsom. And really, they started this bill because there was a woman who was addicted to meth during her pregnancy. She had a stillbirth, and she was charged with murder of her child. Now, we could debate all day long whether or not that was appropriate, but that was the catalyst for this bill that was put together. And you couple that with Gavin Newsom saying that California is essentially a sanctuary state for people wanting an abortion after Texas passed their life protecting laws in Texas, California has responded by saying, come on in, will not only give you an abortion, but we'll pay for it for you. Now this new assembly Bill says that a woman and her doctor or accomplice and this is spelled out in assembly Bill 22 23. Will not be held responsible under the law for anything that may go wrong during her pregnancy or in the perinatal period. Now, here's where the problem you're talking about just blanket immunity. Blanket immunity. And perinatal, if you look up the definition, can be anywhere from 22 weeks into gestation till about typically people say about 7 days after birth, which would then say that 8 is conceivable under this law without definition of perinatal that woman could have a baby, take it home, have buyers remorse something happens to that child God forbid, I don't even want to say it. And they would not be able to prosecute that woman or charge that woman with
Freeman reaches 3 times, scores in Dodgers debut, beats Rox
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Why Wasn't Someone Thinking About the Russia Ramifications?
"Some pain for the U.S. economy. One of my frustrations and articulated this yesterday and I just wanted to think about it some more in terms of how annoyed I am with the Biden administration over all of this, there could have been an effort to anticipate more of the problems on the energy front. In other words, our intelligence team knew that this was going to happen. So why wasn't someone thinking about the ramifications on the U.S. consumer and the U.S. economy? There's no reason the U.S. consumer should have to pay $9 at the gas pump, which believe me, we are heading to. If they don't find an additional oil supply someplace somewhere, we're going to be looking at $9 at the gas pumps vi Memorial Day weekend, certainly in some parts of the country. So that's my concern. What does that do to the U.S. economy? Well, California has the answer apparently Gavin Newsom coming out with new plan to just hands. For funny. Democrats are also talking about stimulus checks of $300 a month there in California. Somehow the answer for California is just to keep taxing more that makes money and then reallocate, redistribute that money by way of printing more. Which actually has the opposite effect of actually causing more inflation, but nobody seems to have ever taken a neck off, econ one O one class that works within the democratic establishment. That's the frustration here. So again, Intel knew, all right, this is going to be a problem. And that we would probably be seeing a lot of Russian energy come offline. So therefore, why didn't anybody seek out other sources of energy? You do
Pastors Need to Be Talking About the Great Reset
"All of us here is you go back to your church. If you're a pastor, it's not openly talking about the great reset and the implications behind it, then they are not properly shepherding their flock. We did a whole conversation with Jack hibbs last week that has now been seen millions of times in just one week. Podcast and YouTube explaining what is the great reset. Just by background, there is an organization, an international organization called the World Economic Forum. They are outwardly secular, and they have 8 specific goals of what the how they want the world to look like by 2030. Let's just run by Klaus Schwab. You've heard the term globalist. I used it internationalist. The World Economic Forum is run by these group of people of celebrities world leaders, financiers, that do not want a strong America. They do not believe in Christian values, don't believe in Christianity at all. They want to deteriorated border and they want all these sorts of different things. If you look at the World Economic Forum run by Klaus Schwab, it is the tension point and the collision point with everything that we as Christians believe. Let me read some of their stated goals. By the way, Justin Trudeau, a manual Macron, Gavin Newsom, are all graduates of the World Economic Forum young leaders graduate program. Most Christians have no idea this is going on. Most Christians don't even consider this to be the threat that they are international forces that are trying to crush our civilization on our way of life. Number one of the great reset, they say, you will own nothing by 2030 and you will be happy. So let's just focus on that for a second. Not only will you own nothing, but you'll be happy. How totalitarian. They're going to tell us that we're going to enjoy owning nothing. Private property ownership
Suddenly, the Science Changes for the CDC and Librals
"The mandates, the CDC reportedly it's going to announce a change in its policy as early as this Friday. No longer recommending indoor masking for a majority of Americans, under the current guidelines, CDC recommends people wear a mask. They reside in a county with high transmission, and that applies to roughly 95% of all U.S. counties that apparently is changing by this writing. Also, the governor of California, Gavin Newsom is ending the school mask mandate on March 12 that's an even sooner for unvaccinated. Californians. Obviously, the science suddenly changed. Now, as
Kevin McCullough on Blue State Governors Easing Mask Requirements
"Where my guest right now on a gigantic screen so large that I can see his pores, although I will make no reference to them, our friend, Kevin McCullough. Kevin, welcome to the program. Hey, Eric, good to see you. You're so huge. We're doing this new technological technological thing here. We're just testing it out. You don't mind being the giganto Guinea pig. Do you? No, that's just comes with the territory. Exactly. Exactly. Well, listen, most people listen to this program. I know you as votes are done. But today we're just going to talk to Kevin. So Kevin, I have been talking today with Leon fontaine, who's a pastor in Canada talking about the truckers and the situation going on up there. I want to talk to you about what's going on here in the United States, which is not exactly unrelated to what's going on up there. So what's on your mind? Well, so I think that we saw some progress this week. Let me just turn the clock back a couple of days. You had a series of blue state governors all in a kind of a sequence with each other, do something remarkable. So governor Phil Murphy came out the governor of the state in New Jersey. He said that on March 7th, he's lifting the mask mandates for the schools, staff, students, teachers, everyone involved masks off march 7th, to which most parents said, yay, thank you. It's way too long. Why do we have to wait another month? And then later that day. You idiot. Did they take that out of the memo? I think they did. But then later that day, you had the chief of all devil in gubernatorial offices right now. Governor Gavin Newsom himself come out and say, you know what? We're doing so well in California. We're going to take masks off on the 28th of February. And I've often argued that California should be sought off from the continent and pushed into the ocean left to fend for itself. I actually applaud the governor applied California. This is going to be a great thing. Their kids are going to get to get to go to some back to some sort of normalcy for their
Leon Fontaine Provides an Overview of the Canadian Trucker Situation
"For people who know nothing about the situation with the truckers in Canada, give us an overview of what is happening. Well, Canada, for those who don't know, is more socialistic than America. And it's been going that way for a lot of years. And so when all of this begin to come down, and we can talk about all the rest of it. But the truckers were keeping everything going. I mean, back and forth between America, Canada, food, for the last two years, they've been just left alone to keep our supplies running. And as we tend to sense we're winding down anyway, they decided that truckers had to be vaccinated to cross the border. Apparently the report says that RPM wanted that, and then apparently encouraged the Americans to do the same. And your p.m. you meet obviously your prime minister Trudeau. I always get him confused with Gavin
Stacey Abrams Is Crowned the Queen of Hypocrisy
"Stacey Abrams she decided and this is like the queen and the masks, right? You gotta wear a mask, you gotta wear masks. I'm not even gonna comment on that, okay? We'll save that for another day. But just understand that this is the queen of the masks. Unsuccessful politician that she is, and she decides to go take a photo op at a school with a bunch of little kids I mean, she's there to talk to them or whatever. They turn around, they take this photo, and you see all these poor little kids, you know, I'm not going to show the photo because they're kids, they're kids, right? Like just the fact that she took the photo with the kids. I hope that there was parental consent, right? 'cause it's a public school. Anyway, so she takes the photo with the kids, they've all got masks. Every single one of them. The only one that doesn't is Stacey Abrams. Music. Mass for thee. But not for me. I mean, once again, we see an example of the left preaching whatever they want to preach, and yet when it comes to themselves, it doesn't matter. There's a sense that there's royalty, right? They don't have to wear. Gavin Newsom was the king of that one. Now Stacey Abrams, they're in Georgia, is like the queen. Well, it's created this whole problem because apparently her social media campaign person well, we don't know if she's really campaign. We think she's campaigning. She's putting together a staff. Person actually tweeted out the picture. Or retweeted the picture that the principal took. It's like, wow, I mean, you just announced to the world. How stupid all this is, right? She's the only one without the mask in these poor little kids. They all have to wear their masks. It's so beyond hypocritical at this point. I just wanted to flag that for you
Hollywood Elites Reverse Stance on Crime
"You recall my race for governor of California? When Gavin Newsom put out the SOS for Hollywood, there was a big article in the magazine called the Hollywood reporter about all these Hollywood people, including Snoop Dogg with his 14 million followers on Twitter. Oh my God, help me save my job. Throw something in the tip jar, raised a bunch of money from Hollywood. Well, guess who's now funding the recall of Gavin Newsom, the soft on crime DA that I attack when I was running for governor, the very same Hollywood types who gave Gavin Newsom money to defeat me. So let me get this straight. I ran in part on the rising crime because of people like Gavin Newsom who believes in cashless bail, who brags about the number of people that have been released from prison because after all, the reason people commit crimes is because when they were three years old, their mother didn't take them to lie in jungle safari. So the very people that funded Gavin Newsom to stop me from becoming governor and being tough on crime are now funding the recall because the DA of California of LA county is soft on crime. Does this make any sense? Are you following me over here? Honestly. Are you high? Yeah.
Here's How Much California's Recall Candidates Spent per Vote
"This is an article that came out in the San Francisco Chronicle yesterday. Headline, here's how much California's recall candidates spent per vote. Now, John Cox is a Republican who ran against Gavin Newsom when Gavin Newsom was first got elected. And John Cox is a very, very wealthy man. He put in $10 million of his own money. And based on the number of votes he got. He spent $36 in 80 cents per vote. He got 4.1% of the vote, by the way. Then you've got Gavin Newsom. Excuse me, then you have Caitlyn Jenner. Caitlyn Jenner got 1% of the vote. And based on the amount of money Caitlyn Jenner raised and spent, each vote costs $14 31 cents.
Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti Gives Ridiculous Response to Maskless Photos
"This Los Angeles mayor one of the big dummies that insisted on lockdowns and shutdowns and punishing people and mandates and mask mandates and businessman. Well, he got caught posing for a bunch of pictures, along with that horrific governor they have in California. Gavin Newsom posing maskless in big crowds at the big NFC championship football game. When garcetti got caught because Magic Johnson tweeted a series of photos from the event. Magic Johnson was the bad guy here. He should have never said on any pictures. But he did and look you there. Eric garcetti, where's your mask? Where's your mask bear garcetti? You're making everybody else be punished for not wearing a mask? Where's yours? You're not letting your firing people. People can't go eat. People can't do things. Oh, you have an explanation, Merrick garcetti? Well, do tell. Let's listen. And this is not a this is not a comedian. This is not an actor portraying Los Angeles Merrick garcetti. This is actually the mayor of Los Angeles explaining why he posed maskless for pictures at the NFC championship game. And when people ask for a photograph, I hold my breath, and I put it here and people get to see that. Yuri, you got to play it again. I mean, I know people can't believe what they just heard. I know it was
"gavin" Discussed on Your Transformation Station
"How do i get a side gig. Happening can transition to get out of the stupid area that and do something. I really loved. I put a whole list of strategies on how you do that ryan and it's all around mindsets putting this planet place oldest tactics we talked about. You can download it for free by compliments and at the end of it you get a complimentary strategy sessions. Well known as united states. I'm having to talk with you. Guest one on one at i do this all the time ranking i love doing it doesn't matter if we end up becoming clients because i know that that that is going to help them on their way so that suitable is titled called again gavin one. More time it's called the eight bulletproof ways to on how to escape at five numbers hearing now in sitting seats in my website which is from copper dot com. You'll see it in. They're just gonna put your details in you'll get out here. We'll be in touch. There's plenty of ways you can reach out and I love electing to people. Have anyone gets not just just reach out to me. Gavin at break free from corporate laws. You don't ask for their phone numbers. Start spamming them. Don't worry you guys got your back. We won't put you through that you have a common. Even though we do different background we came from a disciplined dot com. And our in this like what the hell are we. Yes we're trying to figure it out and would try to help people senior up. Not so it's like we're on a similar mission. We've come from two different ends of the way on a similar journey. That's what i took out her. Yes agree the only problem for me. Is i honestly. I don't know where i wanna be like. I have so many great ideas i have. I have just like you know how many potential book titles i've ridden down. Like i wanna do is write books but when it comes down to actually sitting down and writing it i get probably five pages and then i don't wanna do it any more and and then i'll i'll be thinking of something else it's like. I need people to work for me. And i do bright this book. I will come at you with topics subjects and we will get it done sooner than later and i got to work on something else. I need to run an organization. That's all i wanna do. I just want to get in people's assets and just say hurry up move your ass kicked off. That's the are becoming out. Well what what. I'm just curious like what what made you want to become entrepreneur. Like honestly i. I did this as a creative kind of thing because one was new to me. I've done i had fifteen different jobs. No no twenty one correction twenty one and this doesn't include the military. All i can see. I look back on it. It's all the same. After a certain point you learn everything about everything and it it becomes nine becomes monotonous and after being the army you come back to the real world. I couldn't do it. I had a boss and then he was telling me what to do..
"gavin" Discussed on Your Transformation Station
"Gifted If you try and do everything you realize you do nothing. Well you know when you start off yes you're gonna wear many thoughts. I was like when you start up in business. You're the marketing guy or the sales guy. You're the guy the you're everything right your dad as well. You're the guy's food on the table. You're you're everything the guy lawns and everything right. But if at some point you're gonna make a decision and i always say the people are let's map today and wendy spend your time and literally like where do you spend your time during the day you can all you can do for the week for example if you go well i spend so much of my day doing this exercise and i do so much day sleeping. Spent so much of my day watching. Tv for example entertainment. So much of my time with my kids doing their homework. And i do you map all those out and you go all right now to make some tweaks because i need to find that extra five dollars a week to work business. How am i going to do. I'm super busy talk Everyone has time. We all have time with spending so people. Look at tab and gavin. i wanna. I wanna puncture some holes in this philosophy. I'm here to challenge you i. I'm dealing with this so this resonates with me deeply and i know there's a lot of people here. All of this is going to be a good show. Ladies and gentlemen this is going to be fantastic. Okay so when you say you want to write things down. I have this duality inside me. Where there's the side of me that wants to be. Oh army greg. Like all those core values. I'm ready to go work out. I'm ready to read journal. And and get in the saana and just do something that i can feel. That is better me in the moment. And then there's other person that wants to just do absolutely nothing or be strictly on the job. Nothing but seen results. I want fucking results. Whether it's creating a graphic the metadata and when i do i write out this whole plan and i'm like okay so i know what i need to do yet. I get the satisfaction the urge from doing the things on the computer making these graphics setting up my audio booking appointments recording editing. And it's it's scary. It's very scary. I know are the people are feeling it. I'm getting more satisfaction out of creating graphics editing than going to the gym and doing something productive spending time with my family and the that scares me there. Because i mean i feel like i'm the creator like there's nothing more satisfying the me than making an impact in someone's life. Why see that happen. That transition that transformation. I should say that. It's it's something i gained from the army. I love and.
"gavin" Discussed on Your Transformation Station
"Jim you know how hard that was for me to walk in the door for me. I over analyze everything. All i kept thinking was i'm gonna get my ass kicked i. I've low self esteem. i don't. I don't deserve to be here. I think somebody else should be here and then by the time was able to walk in the door. Do the class and i had a great time. It was just as equally as hard is coming back the next day and doing it but that consistency that habit once i continue their. I mean a lot of a lot of people might not experience that for me. It was extremely difficult just to walk in the door. Yeah i totally relate man like. It's almost like if you got us to seeking in public terrified you getting up on stage and just talking to ten people let alone a hundred something like that. There's been times when i've got to do that. It hasn't been easy. And i'll tell you another secret Unreasonably comfortable now talking to be crossed up donna. doesn't mean ungraded. But i'm more comfortable because of repetition doing it over and over again. I'll tell you what. I find really difficult talking to the camera. When no one's looking jockeying examined hundred video gun. I've spoken in a in a corporate boardroom. Spoke to people in suits and in prison formal presentations. I've even spoken inside of family gatherings or like even in a in a public setting. And then i'm trying to record a video business right. This is the first time i tried to do this. And do this. Because i'm staring at a freaking hole on my computer. Laptop not getting any feedback on us and that was hot and i did several takes trump's. There's no drug to speed back. You're not getting that energy of dwi sound like dick. Do i sound buddy like come on. You know when you're talking you're talking. People people laugh people smile. You can see someone yawning you. Can you can kind of gauge. What's going on when you're talking especially when you're trying to deliver training on record. Something was difficult i could. I traveled to do that. I had So yeah that. That's one of the challenges. I guess you know in in being in your business sometimes you you you. You're constantly learning concentrated. Get yourself to another level even when you didn't realize he had to get on so I can't remember we were talking about before. But that that is always challenges there and Yeah i guess that's one of them. Definitely so gavin. I wanna to utilize your strategy session. I want it to guinea pig. Wh you offer people and kind of help get me on the right track for success because you you described earlier is the lifestyle that i'm living like. I used to be very healthy individual. I'm eating garbage of drinking energy drinks. I'm drinking coffee. Whatever vice i can get to make. That's motivating me. Whenever i can get that competitive edge i'm gonna take it pill he'll liquid. I don't care. I just want to get the business off the ground. So let's go back to. We were talking about earlier because this is this has a lot to do with it. So out of the sikhs ages ago so we talked about four of them. The fifth one. I'm just gonna quickly come in this that and then let's saving time related back to you ride so church. The fifth one is about once you. You're implementing your plan. You've got some goals. You've said i know you probably send close for yourself greg and you probably thinking something's off now. Working smarter not hotter. You know we all try and do everything ourselves..
"gavin" Discussed on Your Transformation Station
"So that gives me one additional question to our closing questions that me thinking. How can i monetize when i look you. Just described is my life. Like i feel like i'm doing all this work grinding. It out and i'm not making any money. I gotta make buddy. I got a baby. What can i do to monetize my own. Contact turn this into an information product and sell it to the world. Which can i do. We're tapping into surpassing expectations from the most successful people. In the modern day and honing in on new foresight methodologies and clairvoyance view never knew. This is your transformation station with your host. Greg gavin. secure a you are in author podcast or speaker mentor. Use your skills to educate every day people on a practical steps to turn their vision into reality. What does that tell me about that. Yeah so look really happened organically. I didn't wake up one day. And i was a mentor or an author. Podcast to these are. These are things that kind of developed time. So you know originally. I was to say a colbert guy. Would in a large company straight out of universiade college degrees and I just feel into a forward roll from successful as i might have thought i was. I was just a tiny tiny tiny piece in this big monolithic elephant and one day. I just woke up. Who am i what am i doing. I really kind of feel to be insignificant in. It's it's a weird feeling to have because you know in my twenties. I was working. I thought that's it up. I've got a great job by a car. A house such a successful right and as got into my hickey aged thirty as like discovery. More to life than this is what am i doing. I don't want to be doing this for the next ten or twenty or thirty years. I i just i lost In passionate would you know. Hate going into When i got into work out. I couldn't concentrate still a good performance but i wasn't passionate about my job anymore and kind of lost interest. That was looking elsewhere. I would start to read books. I was doing whistle development so grabbing. This sounds like a midlife crisis..
"gavin" Discussed on Set Lusting Bruce: The Springsteen Podcast
"Okay what's next are you What what's next are you I assume you're continuing paint and continuing to explore. I have been writing a very long manuscript. Which is about paris and the liuw and painting alka. why possible. What i'll do is something connected with that. And the interesting about painting for me is that it's Light writing. it's very quiet. Thing every similar writing painting a very very It's it's a world away from springsteen but you know maybe it isn't. Okay when you go in the louvre you walk around you see all these people on in the paintings who you think. Oh i remember that person from eighty one ninety three strings sink actors and painters poultry to particular old out characters. So that's the gap k. If so let's go J armstrong is an honors english teacher. He has recently retired And he would. Every year his honors english class would take thunder road and break it apart as if it was a point Going through the imagery the The the the words that bruce uses often composed a compare it to robert frost. The road not taken and at the end of the two days he asked his class. Does mary get in the car. So gavin that is your question. Does american get in the car at the thunder road. I'm gonna just i. I used to teach the frost pun again. Because i've seen it used at some accounts roach. It's very posting because when you look at the poem again it's a very negative thing bright and so i would turn the students from seeing it one way or the other and thunder road. I hadn't thought about the question till you asked it. And i had always assumed especially when i was young that in a town full of losers pulling out of here to win that's Of course you would get in the call. But i looked lyrics again like vision alone again. Don't run back inside the doors open but the right ain't free climbing back since climbing back and then ladies says climbing the front that is curious about ghosts and haunting a haunting and skeleton. And when you get to the porch. They're gone samari. Climb in and so. This is what i wrote about this visit. The joyce carload story called. Where are you going. Where have you been which is inspired by bob. Dylan's it's all over now baby blue. Which is a spooky thing and this. This young girl is is introduced to get into the car of someone called arnold friend and it's not a good idea and so i had that in mind and it could be read as though the ghost story and i was thinking when my daughter's wouldn't get in that car when i was young. I was the driver pulling out to win. But then there's a lot of pressure sales. He sets a time limit on it. He says it's your last chance and so on balance. I would say that she doesn't get into call. Maybe now she regrets it but probably not..
"gavin" Discussed on Set Lusting Bruce: The Springsteen Podcast
"The one i would. I've also has struck me properly since writing. The book is how many of his songs are a ghost stories. Um county fair is a kind of ghost story. it's time And so one of the things. I talk about in the book you might compare with emily. Dickenson doesn't have a competitive them the dickinson poem which is cool. Because i could not stop for death. He kindly stopped me. She needs time. So you get shiva because you think oh it was a moment is gone. And springsteen in county fair. He's talking about this. You're and then time so to collapses and you realize that it was on top gun and the two song train song. Think there's nobody gonna raw turn up there you know. This person is waiting for isn't really. There is a ghost go song. Hello everyone and welcome to a new episode. Set than bruce your podcast. All about bruce springsteen his music mostly as fans. I am your host jesse jackson and we are doing a time e y episode which are some of my favorites. It is my morning. It's my guest afternoon and We are here to talk. A little bruce. With gavin lane brooks. How're you doing gavin. I'm doing fine jesse. How you. I am great. Tell us a little watch yourself. Give us your elevator pitch questions off. No no i. I'm sorry just to tell slovak chief okay so I currently live in. Paris wilshire but for many years. I a professor of american literature and teaching literature teaching french novels as well and teaching creative writing and so interesting. What what were some of your favorite novels to talk about. I loved talking. About madam i had a module where i taught madame bovery flaubert's janda red reading the black dostoevsky's crime and punishment and tolstoy's anna karenina quickly. Learn to put anna karenina. I because it's very long and the students wouldn't otherwise read it. That's interesting very nice Are are you no longer teaching. I took a severance About three years ago. But i also paint so i'm painting most of the time In paris oh when. I'm when i'm here. So that's the that's the the main thing i mean the other thing about me. I suppose is always wants to teenager hoping to achieve something and And bruce was very significant in getting me to do that. Well i can't wait to hear that story I always like to start though How you've been doing during the pandemic you know..
"gavin" Discussed on Voices Of Courage (Walk The Talk)
"And anna and gavin soul. You guys are basically business people but also you're still you're every day ordinary kids right. Yep okay so tell me tell me tell me what is want. You guys can go first. Which what is your as just like being a kid like what does your like. Silliest like you know being that you love to do that probably not many even know that you liked to do theatre. Sam and singing for both of us have kind cool. We have so much in common. We do theater at same exact place. We're actually in the same exact show right now. We all do voice lessons with the same exact. I as she has my old voice lesson time. Yup okay. I've thought about doing like a little side. Podcast talking about your enemy. How people are lucky. I'm even doing this party on their were. But did you guys enjoy about the her. The people honestly the people. Yup i love everyone so much. They're they're literally family. I swear we have to answer every question about me. Closer to them than my own family. I don't even that close with most two guys get a little acting going on here. You want to give us a little piece. Lego thirty second. Oh god i don't know don't have no pressure i just seeing in i would. I don't know what i'm saying. But we do. Okay grab skills Rappers now owned. Check it opera. Pretty soon nine. I love opera operas my favorite kissing opera. But i'm more of. I think better class open right. Whatever saying really wrap five amazon high senior center. So i seem am very cloudy. I pay beethoven. And all that stuff in mozart mike. Plus you do. I don't really like classical music. I can sing it. Okay cool cool. I'm in the midst of lake Pity piano lessons and stuff. And i like classical music for the soul. Yeah oh my gosh. I loved piano. But that's okay so spars your parents. You know what i mean like. How do they feel about you guys like all my babies the growing up so fast or they overprotective. Are they really proud. And just like go ahead for you. Know they're really everything they are so very like my mom is very the only. She loves this but she's only scared of my production. We had an instance where i got multiple threats from someone who does not live far away and We already have security system order in. It's going to be on its way. So don't come to my house. Please go momma but no. It's honestly like my protection is also a big thing to link I have contacts at tiktok interim when you are in this company industry. You'll know a few people in. I mean i have contacts and i think you probably do to at this point. I have contacted instagram snapchat on tiktok in if someone is saying anything about me i get their account removed in a second. I did that last night. I emailed my contact tiktok The next five minutes they were banned from that so read up. Don't get on his bad side. People awesome here okay. So as far as everything sounding good english waiting for like the tea party and we the podcast will announce it yet but we do have another one in the works. We call it project w for everybody project. What is it w. that's not going to be. The name has four letters wise. Might not know at first. But i'll give you four letters that can kind of give you a clue bean. Es da disd. A those are in order. The mixed around not Doesn't spell anything but it's an acronym google second. I'm playing in. Maybe a little bit of dance clue. I'll give you break that. Code of touchy later. We'll be out in probably mid june thinking. Okay well on that. No you dropped a lot of Things that are going on a spoke of. Were you know one. Show that i'm nine anymore. Thank you for clearing that up and about your social media links We wanna find out or you know follow. You can follow me on instagram at seven fisher or on tiktok at tortilla dot chips. You can always follow At gp merch for you. Compare all at A my instagram is age dot brett and my tiktok is h underscored breadth. Thirty five and wait for this last night. I don't know who did it but someone on our team. We have a new the tea party. Instagram page. It's gp gp dot the tea party definitely up with these initials. Think hanae you're gonna send me over like no uta undermined the website. Okay well before we roll out here because you guys have very yet lives is going on here Is there anything you want to let your young audience know to most likely kinda like inspire them to you. Know two things if you want to start on began production and podcasting. You think that's cool You can you now south at hanna at gavin productions dot org in of course if you see any of those pages or anything of that sort or someone is harassing the company. General in. you'd think it could be threatful to the company you can email michaela mccullough at gavin predictions dot org no matter what bakshi mccain thing forum..
"gavin" Discussed on Voices Of Courage (Walk The Talk)
"Little bit because we always wanted to talk about stuff that was going on in the business. Well i that. I obviously have a major. I don't talk to that many people now own. There's a few people in the company that aren't even think i know.
"gavin" Discussed on Voices Of Courage (Walk The Talk)
"That what it's called some wine but it was so much fun and then like sieve. This grade fifth grade mean seven thousand of thank in fifth grade. I had g rubber jewelry which was like those wonder loom race. Leads that you'd wear around your rest. Thanking rubber bands. Really need to make them. We had some chokers is cool. I found i. What about you haenel was any of this. Like in the works for you leg before Gavin came along like would you into honestly. I wasn't even like thinking. I was going to do anything like this wake. We don't know why signed on us since. I was probably in third grade because i know him from his niece but we didn't start talking until november. Yeah november october because listen to the story of how. We really became friends okay. This is a good story guys. Trust on the turbulent We will do theater together. And we had a little production that we are recording one night because musical review and we were recording a and all of a sudden like the scroll got sent home because she had a temperature We had one of the main character was in quarantine. it was not a good show. It did not go but before we recorded all her parents were in their lashley five hours for us urine into because we were messed up the of everything that just happened. Like we are sending home and me enhancer. Crying became friends a whole mental breakdown in the auditorium which is like huge. It's a big place. It's literally like a big house that it's huge in. You can hear our tears. Just like go everywhere. I have worry. Ugly cry show we were falling is funny. Oh man oh man. That was cute okay. Well that's that's that is really you know. I mean 'cause that's like that's.
"gavin" Discussed on Voices Of Courage (Walk The Talk)
"Okay. So hannah and gavin soul. You guys are basically business people but also you still. You're everyday ordinary kids. Right yep yep okay so tell me tell me tell me what is the one that you guys can go first. Which what is your as just like being a kid what did you like. Most silliest like you know being that you love to do that probably not even know that you liked to do theatre. Sam and singing for both of us cool have so much in common. We do either at the same exact place. We're actually in the same exact show right now. We don't do voice lessons with the same exact. I as she has my old voice lesson time yet. Okay i've thought about doing like a little side podcast. Let's talk about. Your people are lucky. I'm even doing this party. Got enjoy theater. The people honestly the people. I love everyone so much. They're they're literally family. I we have the team answering every question about me. I'm closer to them than my own family. You can sad that close with most of us guys. Get a little acting skills going on here. You want to give us a little piece like a thirty second second. I don't know have to no pressure. I'll just see in hell. I don't know what to say. But we do. we do. Okay got grad skills. Union spidla rappers. Now you check it for opera. Pretty senior i love opera operas my favorite kissing opera. But i'm more of like i think better last night. Whatever saying pop really have five senior center. So i seem very. They're cutting let cloudy. I pay beethoven. And all that stuff in mozart only mike class you don't you don't really like classical music or you can. I can sing it. okay cool. I'm in the middle of like Pity piano lessons and stuff. And i like i like classical. Music says something for the soul. Yeah oh my gosh i love. That's okay so as far as your parents. You know what i mean. Like how do they feel about. You guys like all my babies so fast or they overprotective. Are they really proud. And just go ahead for your dreams. No there really everything they are so armaments are very like my mom is very the only she loves us but she's only scared of my production. We had an instance where i got multiple threats from someone who does not live far away and We already have a security system ordered in. It's going to be on its way. So don't come to my house. Please go mama coil. But now it's honestly like my protection is also a big thing to link I have contacts at tiktok instagram. When you are in this company industry you'll know a few people in. I mean i have contacts and i think you probably due to at this point. I have context instagram snapchat. Tiktok in if someone is saying anything about me. I get their account removed in the second. I did that last night. I emailed my contacting talk The next five minutes they were banned from that. So don't get on his bad side. People here okay. So as far as okay. Everything sounding like gooding's waiting for the tea party and podcast Announce it yet but we do have another one in the works. We call it project w for now. There's the everybody Project what is it. W that's not gonna be. The name has four letters okay. Why might not know at first. But i'll give you four letters that can kind of give you a clue s. d. a. d. s. Da does our that an order mixed around nope Doesn't spell anything. But it's an acronym own. Google play the sea in. Maybe a little bit of dance clue. I'll give you a breakdown. Code touchy an ob out in. Probably mid june form thinking. Okay well on that. No you dropped a lot of things that are going on a you spoke of. Were you know one. Show that i'm more. Thank you for that up and About your social media links So we wanna find out or you know the to follow diets. New can follow me on instagram at its gavin fisher or on tiktok tortilla. Dot dot chicks. You can always follow At gp merged for uk peril Since my instagram is h dot britt away and my tiktok is h. underscore breadth thirty five. And wait. i just. I just learned this last night. I don't know who did it but someone our team. We have a new. The tea party. Instagram page. It's gp at gp dot. The tea party now definitely put these initials and i think a you're gonna send me over like a no uta undermine the website okay before we roll out here because you guys have did very yet lives going on here in Is there anything you want to let young audience know to most likely kinda like inspire them to you. Know to for their things if you want to start or begin production podcasting and you think that's really cool You can you now. And hannah. At gavin productions dot org. In of course if you see any of those pages or anything of that sort or someone is harassing the company in general and you'd think it could be threatful to the company you can email michaela michaela at gavin productions dot org. What.
"gavin" Discussed on Voices Of Courage (Walk The Talk)
"Kaya star. Everyone they all along and they all came here. And i mean i think we better but hannah sign non as creative director. At that time we had no clue what was happening. That was when we were in little hiatus. I think we were at again for two weeks. But.
"gavin" Discussed on Voices Of Courage (Walk The Talk)
"She got promoted back. This is brandy j. of courage. Walk the talk today. Have with me to amazing people of the name of gavin bishop and hannah brit and they are part of gavin production. Right gavin last going on my head here. Young gavin gavin production. All right so cabot let.
"gavin" Discussed on Voices Of Courage (Walk The Talk)
"That what it's called some wine but it was so much fun and then like sieve. This grade fifth grade mean seven thousand of thank in fifth grade. I had the rubber jewelry which was like those wonder loom race. Leads that you'd wear around your rest. Thanking rubber bands. Really need to make them. We had some chokers is cool. I found i. What about you haenel was any of this. Like in the works for you leg before Gavin came along like would you into honestly. I wasn't even like thinking. I was going to do anything like this wake. We don't know why on us. Since i was probably in third grade because i know him from his niece but we didn't start talking until november. Yeah november october because listen to the story of how. We really became friends okay. This is a good story guys. trustful on the bulich We will do theater together. And we had a little production that we are recording one night because musical review and we were recording a and all of a sudden like the scroll got sent home because she had a temperature We had one of the main character was in quarantine. it was not a good show. It did not go but before we recorded all her parents were in their lashley five hours for us urine into because we were messed up the of everything that just happened. Like we are sending home and me enhancer. Crying became friends whole mental breakdown in the auditorium which is like huge. It's a big place. It's literally like a big house that it's huge in. You can hear our tears. Just like go everywhere. I have worry. Ugly cry show we were falling is funny. Oh man oh man that was cute. Okay well that really you know. I mean 'cause that's like that's.
"gavin" Discussed on How Men Think with Brooks Laich & Gavin DeGraw
"If fertility issue like everything you guys talk about him, Lake. That, has been you, so it's been really cool to like here events about that, because not a lot of men go down that road so. Thank you I appreciate the feedback. I appreciate you listening, and that's why we wanted to start this podcast I. In my life am guilty of not opening up, not talking about emotions stuffing everything. Internalizing everything probably most men can kind of relate to that, and I wanted to step into this space and the other guys as well because it's. It's practice for me. This is my personal development is practice for me I'm I'm exercising a muscle to open up to be more vulnerable to share my heart. And thankfully off or the other guys have met me there. And, so we try to have conversations at real we try to have. Authentic deep raw genuine. Let's dive into what men. Don't talk about many talk about things. The game the truck politics. They talk about things they don't talk about what's going on in our hearts. What's going on in our lives? I'm to on so. Get Him to listen to this show. Get Him we get him on. Maybe we should get him on. That would be amazing. I can't imagine what he's like. You ever want challenge of someone who like he's German. He just turned fifty. This year says a little bit older is like. I mean awesome guy obviously married trump link. You WanNA challenge. Trying picks him bevy. We could avalon. I just thank you so much for listening, thank you when when people reach out to us and say they listen to the show, or they removed or impacted by simply we did on the show, and and also just thank you so much for hockey. Question is so much talk. About it. And I wish you the best, and I wish out the best. They're fantastic team for having a year this year. So? Fun To Watch. They have such some young studs that are just amazing hockey player so. I love that you called in about hockey. Lot of people call in about music, so Gavin gets a lot of questions, but I love that you call them. I do music as my other love by Packy will be. They're so awesome. Thank you so much. Appreciate it and I'd love if you could send me that letter if you get. To the picture and I'll respond to you and I love to read that. Thank you for your thoughts or sentiments for listening sending you love on your. Journey, Alley. Thank you. Bye,.
"gavin" Discussed on Pratt Cast
"You know so You know it wasn't like you wouldn't WanNa live in my house that I was building for you but I'll show up to work you know and do the job. In at that time I was like oh get I gotTa Get. Outta here me and my brother who were like. I played one GIG in New York City in nineteen ninety seven September. He Goes September twenty seventh on ninety seven and then we were at the bar of the place called the bidder rent which is the first place. Forgive Me Gig was run by Kenny. Gorka lovely guy on been there been there. Yeah places an institution. Everybody's play there every body right so My brother me sitting at the bar and he said we gotta live here I know you're right. He said when do you want? Let's pick a date will be here by that date? What date I said. I don't know six months six months from right now. He said what's Today Sarma March fourth united. Ninety eight we moved into hell's kitchen and Had sold my truck ahead a little money from working at the lumber yard and I had already turned down a record deal and so I had to begin this bomas offer from a major label. You know the guy was like wow. Would you turn this down? What do you got going up? I said not a lot. I work at a lumber yard. You know upstate I make Dick. He said I walk in your building. It's really nice as seen the statue. You know such and such won't say because I want to get up and All this beautiful building a location and I know that if I sign this deal on this building. That doesn't make me anything. I'm just property here. He no I said but even I just work at the lumber yard I have complete freedom and your deal. It's not a good deal and that tells me you just think I'm not good enough so that's more my problem. You know I said I think you deal with reflect what you think of me a you know. Think much of me so that tells me just not good enough yet and I need to go work at all and so I wasn't upset at them. I just knew that wasn't good enough yet. 'cause if you're good enough if it was the right time or if you remarkable whatever it was it was really on me you know. I didn't want to blame them. A lot of people like the blame somebody else and you know what I say when they blame somebody else. That's bull it is on you. You understand me So if the offer is bad you're bad you are worse. What they're offering by the way K. Because if they really really need you the numbers GonNa come up. If you're doing a great great great great job. Your value is higher so for me. I knew I wasn't doing a great enough job because if I was they would've thought my value is higher so I knew I still sucked and I need to work on it and it took me years longer and I'm happy that it took me longer. I'm happy that they knew I sucked because had I gotten signed then what if accidentally I would had hit and still sucked now. You suck in your famous. Yeah and you're famous for sucking. I understand what I'm saying. That's my life. I know I'm Sir. That's worse I believe anybody can get famous. Matters is what you get famous for. Hopefully it's for being good at your craft you know and so whatever that thing is i. I thought it was important that that they're deal. Told me that I sucked. Yeah 'cause you know why because I did suck and the deal got better when I didn't suck as bad anymore. You know what I mean and then I hope you renegotiated it and got a little bit. I was somebody else but but I did. And and that was more but that deal was an indication of hey don't suck as bad anymore. Yeah you know what I mean like and That that that to me was the lesson you worse what they're offering you know what I'm saying. You're not you're not. You're worth it. You're offering your worth what they're willing to pay you. Yeah because when you start negotiating if that price doesn't come up it's ACAS. They won't pay me. It's you're not worth that much to them. Yeah that's all there is to it and for me. I wasn't good enough to be worth any more than that. Yeah it to me I that I had to take that upon myself to say my song. My songs aren't enough. You know what I mean. I need a home my craft. I need I need to get better at this craft at this at this skill. I'm not taking this seriously enough. You know because if I was their math would reflect that that I've put in the time for this you know and For me it was a lesson. I wasn't mad at them for for a bad offer. I thought the offer was perfectly I thought that offer was the perfect lesson to be totally honest with you earlier. You're talking about a question that you were asked and it meant something to you normally do a like a rapid fire thing at the end of the show. But I don't WanNa do that. Actually I WANNA come into it with your own. I do nothing rapidly as you can say. No but I also limit Charles Dickens novel all the words all of them yeah I get paid for syllable beautiful. I will say this. Actually the key. I was noticing this because my fiance's from New York and it's very fun. Like New Yorkers are very interesting to me year New York when you want to be New York when you have to be when you're talking about being tough and like going through Shit Your New York and then when you're like this sentimental then all of a sudden you're like non like that's right. There's there's no dialect anymore and I and I find interesting when you WANNA be tough. It's a it's not even yeses dialect but it's it's almost like a state of mind that you get into of like okay. I need to get back to where from I'm from and I gotTa talk like it. It's very interesting if you go back and listen this episode. There are moments when you're talking about your childhood and times were tough and I notice it because I'm a radio guy with the way that you change your voice but you're also performing and that's what you do normally but it's very interesting when you want to be Who you are It bleeds out of you. You know and I love that about you early. You said something you ask the question. If you could change anything about your life would change is. Was that the question that you pose was that your dad asked that I asked my father the. Us Your father that I said. What would it be crazy? My level would be. You're an adult now. How do you answer that rented instead of bought? Aw Gavin everybody on the well everyone listen to. That really really took it home. How many think on wherever you get your podcast? I'm sorry you got me. There at the end felt good. I love so much. Thank you for being honest and real EG Mike Emotional. Obviously I'm big fan of yours. Thank you did matt. Thanks for that man. Of course I appreciate your time. And what a what a great show. He has a great show your great interview total natural. Thanks Joan. Get a beer. Yeah Man Beers Beers for sure. All right. See You buddy see you..
"gavin" Discussed on Pratt Cast
"Bloomberg. Twenty twenty all right welcome back to the wells cast. They're excited about today's. We have gathered gras on the show. You speak now. It's up. Well how are you buddy? Thanks for letting me Chit Chat with. You can talk now you see. Yeah how many kids do you think that you have created not with your own Weiner? But through the Majesty of Song. Not as much as alcohol has done well but hold on alcohol probably is multiplied the earth much more than any given to grow song ever could but I also feel like alcohol and Gavin Gras coming together is a beautiful thing and it's made a lot of terrible kits for his off looking yes. I'm pretty aggravated teachers out there. Probably FROM THAT COMBO. Yeah vicious you did it thank you you made it. I wrote I wrote it for that. Yeah that exact intention wrote what Music chain dead people would procreate and perhaps raise little little hell demons hopefully not healthy. I want to get in your backstory but like yeah. Are you ever write songs? And you're like people are going to definitely have sex to this. You know what's so weird typically that so far removed from my thought. I found that by writing songs. That were Sultry and an emotional and I wouldn't call them necessarily spiritual but but certainly some element of of spirituality that it creates a different sort of listening experience. Yeah I think for people depending upon the songs that you hear that aren't necessarily about A person but there are about feeling yeah and I think sometimes when you when you write music or play music that is about feeling and sensation Can it can create maybe more of that. That mood Without necessarily being really hitting that nail on the head of the Saugus sexy song in order I think songs are sexier when they're when they're not necessarily being so directly about sexuality. I think songs that are about Homo. Emotional connection and In a little bit more Lofty ideas and thoughts are really just so much more sort of accidentally Sexy and sultry and I think those are the songs that are the biggest turn on as a as a listener at least at least for me yeah So some of the music I think was interpreted as being sexy when I when I didn't write it as anything sexy at to be totally honest with you. I think I find funny because like there are different types of art right like if you make a movie about die hard. Then it's about diehard about you know a guy trying to save a building or whatever depending upon the architect he must save a building. You got to save the building. I M Pei gotta say that one but for but for like musicians. It's so personal with the listener because you can write a song that could be about one thing and then a listener can hear it and it could be completely different for them a hundred percent. I remember so I come from a radio background and I was interviewing ban called J. Who has a song called Matilda? Which is my grandmother's name. So I went to him now. It's like Oh my God. Do you guys wrote a song called Matilda I. That's my grandmother's name. I plead that my grandmother's funeral. It means so much to me and they were like. Oh Yeah. That's about the movie the professional which is about like a a hit man. You know that movie. It's a great movie but it has nothing to do with like performance in that movie is amazed diverted but also like has nothing to do with like how wonderful my grandmother is sure. But that's the problem that you run into right like you can be writing things that mean one thing to you and then you have people come up to you and your lying all my God. That thing meant so much to be in New Orleans. That's not even close talking about one hundred percent. Yeah but I also think that that's perfectly accurate but at the same time I think sometimes Actually often I'll write songs that are designed to be interpreted many ways You write it intentionally. Be Safe to be interpreted at least two ways or I'm sorry but we're trying to do is cut. Oh my God you're GonNa be okay. Just just get it out. I love the opportunity to correct user. Change She's crying a little bit listening to some of his. Is that why you're crying? She was like this is such bullshit it makes you sneeze Are you good now or do you need some time to open a window? Would you like ship of water? You want some bud light. Do you want some of Chris? Hairston Seagram escaped tropical Rosa available at all hardware stores. Nationwide every ace hardware. It'd be funny. If he designed to drink you're like this is going global. The only place sound hardware. He's GonNa be drinking out of. Ace Matt the Seltzer depots. Got that good. Should be good. If you don't mind go pick me up. A two by four and some some delicious Seltzer. Adhesive Drywall celts. The fact that I got Gavin. Did this tickled makes me feel really funny. We'll get back to hardware stores. I've forgot but it was very important. Yeah we were talking about how people perceive songs differently than yes. Okay so Tau Artworks COMP- completely. So so yes they do. They they really do. And but here's the thing when you writing the song you're hoping that at least I am. I'm hoping that people will have very personal connection with the song. Somehow there's different ways to go about writing songs right. You can write songs hoping that they'll hear your story Can write songs hoping to speak for their story and and you can also write songs that are so specifically your story that you don't care if they share your story with you you can do that. Approach like you're writing song. You may write a song thinking. Oh this is something. I'm sure they can relate to. Yeah about me for writing on that you think they can relate to about themselves or you're reading some of it so you that they just want a window into your story to know more about your life. Yeah Right. That's like that's like the Woody Allen Approach Right. You're right so specifically your local vibe. That people are like. Wow what's that's what it's like to be a New Yorker in that neighborhood. You know what I mean. It's still woody Allen you know yeah so so I write from different from different angles but depending on the song writing very specifically use. Sometimes you're writing something a little more the`real sometimes you're writing hoping that you're representing them because maybe you've got a few friends who are going through something that similar like you know. You got to three buddies going through something similar at the time to each other. You know what I got her. I saw about this guy like two three people in my life going through this kind of you know I should write something about that but then of course some real come up to you and say okay. I heard that song. Whatever that saw may be and One day I wrote the song about this this woman and came to me and they said to me. Wow your song. Insert the name here. The way you're talking to God and my Denna fine with that relationship with God and it's so intimate I too have felt that way and I I said to them said you know I'm really happy. You're telling me that because I up until now that song was only between me and someone but you make me feel like messages much bigger than I had even thought thought of I couldn't i. I wasn't thinking that big at that time. Yeah but from that point on the song took on a larger meaning to me Ironically and it was the first time and the only time our song interpreted in a way that made the song more meaningful to me than when I had written it for myself. Yes so that that thing re identified itself to you. What percent do you have a fan thinking bigger about the song than I had? Yeah you know what I mean. There's a bigger picture and heavy. I played how that's how parents feel about you a lot like they think so much bigger of you than you do. And then they'll talk to you and you'd be like Oh. Yeah that's you're right. That's what I was thinking I guess my next question is of the three modes of transportation in terms of songwriting. Do you have a favorite Writing a song for a thing that you're seeing outside of Your friend group. Whatever a thing that's happening to you personally or a message that you wanted to portray or of those three of those three things that you kind of mentioned. Do you have a preferred method of writing for me? I like to write about. I try to find something that allows me to really identify myself. And then the tune First Person Yeah and then Be Very specific and highly ambiguous at the same time so that they can interpret it or misinterpreted. Yeah for their own life Specific in general. It's very peculiar way to go back. I guess it'd be a hard tight rope to walk too tough one. You know I don't want to just every time. Just tell a story. Yeah Tom Walk to the store. The store was closed so then he went to the park. That's where he met a lady name. I don't really do that. Type OF SAMBRE ACE hardware. And that's where he the Seltzer exactly so anyway. I like to blend a lot of things because I grew up in a very religious household I like to to allude to something that isn't necessarily just me and her but rather something me and and this like God thing. Yeah you know but that doesn't have to be interpreted as a god thing could be relationship with with a human or with something bigger than us as a species you know. Yeah and and and Oftentimes like to leave out the love interest element of things. I just try to create a relationship. Element OF THINKS. See rather than just being interpersonal. It can be you know looking for something that's grander Than just you on your own. So could be. It's not necessarily religious Shirley just personal. It could be one of those things. It's just something that's about about a meaning of having a relationship something that means a lot to you and that could be interpreted as a woman your love with a partner or something bigger than us as human race and so it may sound silly. I think but Some songs I take that I take that approach also. I like to read a lot of identity song because I like to write songs at Point out failure or Point out where I lack but also point out that there's there are other things out there or someone else out there that makes up for where I you know m Where I fall short. Yeah and and I think that we all fall short somewhere and songwriter. I don't think it's necessary to just paint yourself out to be triumphant about every element of your life simply disingenuous. So a lot of people can identify with the reality of needing help or needing someone else or or at least appreciating help from someone else or interest from someone else who wants to be in your life to take you to another level in your life and your whether it be in your love. Life for your spirituality or or or or you level of success or failure or at least looking past your failures to find the part of you that they think is special. That doesn't matter if you're if you're doing well or not they. They're proud of you for even make the attempt so. I do not take a lot of different approaches with with songwriting. I think it's important to explore a lot of those this parts of of yourself as a as a songwriter and also to expose your vulnerabilities as rider Yet at the same time to not be afraid of your alter egos as a songwriter Because we all have alter egos and so I'll also point out that as a songwriter when you're also the artist and the songwriter. Oftentimes you're held accountable for whatever the material is that you're writing or whatever materials that you're playing so if I wrote a song about an alter ego right Sometimes you worried as the writer of the artist to be held accountable for the material. If it doesn't suit the other material that they'd heard I right so for example if I write a song about my humility or my weakness on earlier record and then two or three records later I read a song about. My confidence may say will elected better when you're humble but you're saying you're still humble you just expressing a moment of confidence in this other tune just to celebrate things being good for you Your life going well and so you know. For example. I wrote a song called leading man you know. I wanted to write a song that made people feel like you know like the head swagger in a and you know as open line was like a walking like a fistful about a rockets..
"gavin" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK
"Gavin Newsom, the the new governor of California. Shortly after he took office. One of his first orders of business will be to convert to a single payer healthcare system, and he has declared his intent to reinstate the ObamaCare individual mandate state level. Now, it's been declared unconstitutional. The individual mandate is illegal. It's against the law. It's unconstitutional. It's been so decided so here comes a new governor, California. We're gonna reinstitute the individual mandate in California, California is not a respite in other words. From illegal or unconstitutional federal laws, even though laws have been deemed illegal or unconstitutional in the country. Not in California. So. Dated healthcare for everybody. Mandated that people who could afford it buy it. And that's going to be a decreasing number of people little audio sound bite. Let me start here. At number two. The drive bys have a new tack. The drive by media a new approach here. Now, ladies and gentlemen, rather than Trump listening to me which has been there foolhardy stories since before Christmas. Just to refresh your memory in case you've been away and don't know the history of this very briefly, Trump was all set to sign a continuing resolution keep the government open with no money for a wall. No money for border security. That was the news. On this program. I heard about this. I said this is a bad thing to do. This is this is this is this. I can't believe. No, no, no, don't do this. And immediately. I got an instant message from somebody in the White House. Assuring me the story wasn't true. The president wasn't going to sign it. And he was never going to sign any legislation that does not have money from a wall in it. And this I reported to you. I said I just received a note. From a third party from the president assuring me that he's not gonna sign it drive bys took that and totally reworked it and made it look like Trump was already signing it he'd maybe even already had written the d. Of his signature. And then somebody rushed in and said, Mr President, Mr beds are resonable says no don't do it and Trump stopped. That's the story. They ran with. That's not at all. What happened? He was never gonna sign it. I was reporting that he was going to sign it. He got word to me that the reporting was wrong and the drive bys then start saying that I am the cause of the government shutdown because I am the real president because Trump is too big a dodo to know what to do without me telling you. I corrected them. The next day. I said you guys are getting this totally wrong. They're doing it on purpose. It was a way of diminishing Trump. And getting people mad at me. Well, apparently, it didn't go the way they intended. Because now there's a new tack. They've decided on a new narrative, and that is that I tricked Trump. That Trump's voters don't really care about the wall. And he's being lied to by people like.