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Wall Street fears volatility long after election day
"Let's start with election chaos kate I'll start with you is. That the thing that would cause markets to bulk like there has been this this increasing conversation about expectations of volatility. If there is a contested election, what does it mean for among other things the economy? Well. You know as I think a lot of us who cover the economy like to point out the stock market isn't the economy, but it's a really important. Part of it is important signals that it sends and right now I think that what we're hearing and seeing and a number of different ways is that Yeah Wall Street is getting nervous I. I. Remember a few weeks ago getting an analyst note from a research firm here in DC laying out all the various scenarios of what might happen and what kind of chaos it could trigger and it just seemed kind of surreal reading it and I asked one of the authors and he said we're just getting so many questions from our investor clients about this issue, they want to know what is going to happen. They WANNA be prepared. You know typically in history. We've had one one of two scenarios either Republican Windsor a Democrat wins in this time it's not clear or you know may we might might not be clear who the winner is for some time maybe the president could challenge legitimacy of the election. There's there's a lot that could happen in Wall Street does not like uncertainty. Yeah Gino what does it mean? If Wall Street starts to get nervous not that I think Wall Street's GonNa Swoop into the rescue here but you know what could that lead to? You know I think it's interesting because this isn't a scenario in which it's really easy to just come up with an immediate solution given enough pressure. You know it is probably the case that we are not going to happen immediate conclusion to the vote count where we're likely not going to know who won on election day, and that's not really a changeable fact. So some some period of uncertainty lies ahead of us I think the real question is whether this election ends up being contested I. think that's clearly the thing that makes investors most nervous right now and I I just don't know what happens in that. Instance because you don't see situation where it would really be in anybody's interest you know there's there's no, it's it's not obvious that a real plummet in stock prices would be the thing that would prompt president trump not to contest this election. Since you know presumably he he would only be contesting if he had already lost and so I think there's there's really opened brushes some real reasons for legal to be nervous in it. That's why you are seeing what keep mench in which is just you know investors increasingly kind of scratching their heads and and looking toward the future with a lot of a lot of uncertainty. Right. Well, the other thing that's happening with all of this uncertainty exacerbated by of course, the Supreme Court fight is is that Congress has I. Think has been pretty effectively taken off the ball with respect to relief, right? Kate. What happens if if literally no more help comes from Congress on top of everything else. That's right I mean it seems like there's a there's perhaps a bigger risk from that scenario for the economy right You know there might be some turbulence around or after the election we don't know what that looks like or how long stock market turbulence. But for the for the fundamentals of the economy we are right now in this period seems really critical. People are trying to figure out what is happening right now what what are we going to see in the data because of course in? The end of July these enhanced unemployment insurance benefits expired and I think that a lot of people who had been receiving those maybe they'd managed to save up some money. They were drying down savings. We didn't see an immediate drop off from the expiration of those benefits, but there are definitely signs that things are slowing and You know we've heard from a number of economists on. We heard it again from Fetterman Jay Powell this week that you know eventually with Out. More fiscal support we're probably going to start to see the negative effects from some of that relief and it's not just uninsured and empl unemployment insurance. It's you know extending credit for small businesses. It might be you know around another round of stimulus checks just to help give people a little more of a cushion. So those are things that both sides want but there are some bigger issues that are kind of keeping them from coming together on this effort DOES THIRTY SECONDS LEFT GINA? Where do you think whereas the urgency? What's IT GONNA. Take. Yeah I mean I think it is a really interesting question what we have seen some sort of centrist Democrats in moderate Democrats really starting to get a little bit nervous in maybe push for some sort of compromise which I think is probably the best hope for compromise before the election I've not heard that we're GonNa get there an instance that we don't. You know there are real risks for the economy ahead. If we do not as as Keith mentioned if we do not have some more spending here I think it's one thing that's worth noting. I think a lot of people are taking comfort in pretty solid economic data right now but. A lot of American households build up solid savings buffers off the spending that happened earlier, and now that is kind of getting worn down in. So at some point in time that they will get through that. Kate Davidson at the Wall Street Journal and Genus smiling at the New York. Times. Thanks so much you too. Thank you. Thanks smelly.
Big Brother: Did Dani buy Janelle’s finale night dress on eBay and wear it on her finale night?
"Me, and then we were like wait that's gotta be what it is and then boom she says it. Maggie I want to ask you about something I haven't had the chance to talk about on the podcast. Are you familiar with the gym nells Finale Dress? Storyline. I was about to bring out by saw it on reddit that Danny had bought journals finale drastic this. Be to talk about is this okay. Melissa. This is okay. I think I I don't okay. So I don't my only issue with it is that I don't know where that information comes from. I know that the dresses looked the same but I don't know if it was exactly Gino's dress like that. She bought from Janelle or that it was like a like look like dress or the same dress brand just did it and wanted to wear. Okay. All right. So this is. that. A listen we're all Danny did not fans here but story is is a little weird. We're treatise, she bought it like from an ebay auction for. Like Gin put her dress up for charity mills baby six finale dress went up for auction measure of his bb six or seven. Do we now doesn't matter? Okay she put her dress up for an auction Danny Denardo bought said dress and then wore the exact same dress to the finale of BB eight. That go this Danny. Talked about this on feeds. I'm not sure if anyone clocked it but I was watching once and she was talking about with. I can't remember who she was talking about it with but she said that she was originally supposed to be cast on big brother six. She made it to finals for that but she was seventeen. So they wouldn't let her on and she was talking about how she was supposed to be on big brother six and then eventually she said like she was super happy. She was I'm Gonna I'm big like because she was too young or whatever. But I have a theory that she's always loved now and when she was on eight, she had the blonde hair I don't know I. Am Looking at the you know crystal ball or whatever. But I think maybe some validity to try to saying that there is some question about whether or not is the if it's the exact address. I'm a little. I there's there's no possible way that she didn't see wearing it and be like I like that dress I want to wear a dress like that at the finale, a tribute or just because I like it or whatever. But like. There's no way. There's no way. What I'm trying to say is there's no way that they just happen to wear the same dress and it was just like crazy. We don't know if it's the literal dress that touch Gino's body burns in life. It's we don't know the single white females situation orbits just like the question. Did it start with I. Okay. I want her dress I want to be now I have to get rid of her now I have to take over your. Okay you find a single white female situation. Replacement so it's married with married. It's different. So it's fine. You can read of each other it's fine. But yeah, it is very interesting. Also, apparently it was it was an all stars not vick brothers six but still. It's the point
A Culture of Silence
"Hey welcome to the. podcast politics, race, and culture from a multi layered POC perspective I'm money. and. Joining us from Overland Ohio professor. Jeanette. Is Cultural anthropologist author and professor of Comparative American Studies at Oberlin College Hey Gino welcome to the show. Thank you so much for having me and thank you for being in Ohio. We need you and joining us from New Jersey. Also, very important state is Pam Gumbo spot mashes a veteran of foreign policy organizer and a senior political strategist. At the Working Families Party welcome. Pam. Thank you so much for inviting me. All right. So we are looking at a sad story, the story of Vanessa Gin. But we're going to put it into a larger context. Right? We hope everybody knows the story of. She's twenty year old specialist in the US Army who went missing from Fort Hood army base in Killeen Texas, which is about. Fifty minutes away from Austin. Right at the end of April. When many of us at least here in the east coast were in the throes of like pandemic insanity more than two months. Later, there was an extensive manhunt. Finally, there was a grassroots campaign led by let the women service members and veterans, and there was national each and the family was finally told that their daughters remains had been found with the backdrop of a global pandemic and you know this real. For Racial Justice long-held accusations have reemerged into the national spotlight around the military sexual violence in the military. Violence and how you protect yourself from other people who have guns and you're living on a base in the military and so many other intertwined injustices in systems that ultimately were responsible for says, disappearance and death. So Pam you've been actively involved in the campaign for justice for Vanessa is well is speaking out on these issues in fact, for years Gina You as an academic have written extensively about the military's relationships specifically with Latino and Latina communities. So gene, we're going to start with you talk about the significance of this case and what it's putting into the national spotlight from your perspective. Well, as you say, this is such a tragic set of circumstances that brings us here together but I think it's also really kind of an important opportunity to honor Vanessa's life and. Hannity, incredible activism, an extraordinary advocacy of her sisters, her younger sister Lupe and her other sister and her mother to bring this to national attention and I. Think. For me one of the things that. So extraordinary about this is that for some people, this is new that this is something that is surprising to people because I think for many people like Pam and others who are have been in the military know that issues of sexual violence and sexual harassment in the military have a long history. And Violence Against Latinos and the way that in social media and used media have framed this as femicide. We also know that this has a long history in our communities alongside history and our communities. So for me, this is a real opportunity to draw attention to things that we don't want to pay attention to enter really hold our elected officials accountable to addressing these longstanding problems that have is incredible impact. On Latina's and women's lives and on their families and communities that they have sworn to protect and that they have enlisted in the military to try to protect, and so I see this as a tragedy that is also a real opportunity. Pam Do you see it the same way tragedy? That's an opportunity from your perspective as somebody who served in the military what stands out about the importance of this case I. Will tell you. I. Organized Around Pretty Heavy topic sprayed ending wars, militarism violence holding the department, of Defense, accountable and when I heard about the disappearance, right because we can't forget that she was disappeared choose disappeared for months and I learned about it through Spanish language media and social media networks not through the English. Media networks and the sowed and devastating part is that Vanessa is one of thousands on thousands. And I think the social media explosion that happened with Vanessa that Hashtag shows you how prevalent this is what is different however, I do think that we are in a reckoning moment in this country where everyday people are no longer satisfied with hypocrisies. Yeah and what greater of hypocrisy than the daughter of an immigrant joining the military to give her life for what rate what caught my ear when I heard. Gloria. Vanessa. Ganz immigrant mother on the Spanish language news. She was very clear about what was happening. She said me e my daughter told me that she was being sexually harassed by a superior right and nothing was done. There was little to no urgency. has also done what often doesn't happen, which is she has not treated the military the Department of Defense generals she has not treated them with blind allegiance or ability. She has said I don't care that I'm a working class, Latina you're going to respect me and you're going to give me answers which is different right and I think that blind allegiance we'll get into it but blind allegiance to the. Institutions have really lead US astray and not had any accountability for
Lori Loughlin and Mossimo Giannulli Receive Prison Sentences for Admissions Scheme
"Laughlin has been sentenced for his role in the college admissions cheating scandal. Massimo generally will spend five months in federal prison. The judge ordered him to report November 19th. Gino Lee's lawyers have asked that he be allowed to serve his time at a prison camp near his California home. Lachlan, who played Aunt Becky on full house will be sentenced today as well. She's expected to get two months behind bars. A couple also faces $400,000 in fines and community service. Some students
Boston Judge Accepts Giannulli Plea Deal in College Bribery Scheme
"Just accepted designer Massimo JIA Julie's plea deal in the college admission scandal. He'll get five months in prison legal analyst Laurie Levenson says Gino Lee's Actus actress wife, one of the big names in the case. Is bound for a time behind bars to Lori Laughlin, by this deal would only get two months in prison and given what other defendants have received. I think the judge wants to make sure that's fair, not a
Congressional Democrats Threaten To All Wear Same Color If Trump Loses Election And Refuses To Leave Office
"President. Trump is once again threatening to delay the election today trump is publicly questioned voting methods especially, mail-in ballots, which could see record use during the coronavirus pandemic and his posturing has caused concern that if he loses the election, he may go so far as to dismiss the results altogether and refused to step down for more we're joined by OPIE are super senior. Political correspondent Dirk pollens I leslie great to be here. All right settle down. So Derek, it sounds like the twenty twenty presidential election could be in for some problems. That's right. Leslie. But the left says they have a plan earlier today congressional Democrats threatened that if trump loses the election refuses to leave office, they'll have no choice but to all wear the same color. Certainly, a big step for the Democrats, well so far it's only a threat but California representative, Simon, Mills explained to me this morning. It's one that his party is prepared to follow through on President. Trump is a grave threat to our democracy. If he thinks he can lose the election in November and then stay in office anyway the Democrats will be his worst nightmare will. Wear clothing of similar hugh from head to toe for as long as it takes till he steps down quite a forceful aesthetic showing and had the Democrats agreed on the color they're going to wear actually leslie that's still matter of fierce debate while many Democrats favor black to symbolize the death of democracy others want to wear white for peace or blue because the moderate blue. Dog Democrats. Think it looks Nice on everyone for his part representative mills is part of caucus arguing for yellow we want everyone to wear yellow because it's a color of optimism and also DNC Chairman Tom Perez, thinks it will send a strong message to Republicans by photographing well, when trump sees all sitting in Congress wearing are yellow close he'll have no choice but to honor. The peaceful transfer of power. Some political experts predict your party could win control of the Senate, as well as maintaining control of the House that affect your strategy at all. It certainly will dirk if we have the Senate and the House that will give us even more power to all wear the same pin we'll have a pin wearing majority in both houses well, but of Course Washington can be a place of a lot of talk and no action or the Democrats really prepared to go as far as pin wearing it sounds like it leslie here Simon Again the Democrats. Have a message for president trump dark. Can you give this message to President Trump? What can't you Mr President if you try to stay in the white? House after losing the. Election, we will hold you accountable with powerful hashtags and strongly worded up tweets making you're refusing to leave a major wedge issue in the twenty twenty, two midterms we'll keep it up your entire second term if we have to. Wow, that will surely make very confrontational press conference. Oh God do you think we'll have to do press conferences? I don't know don't you think that? Might be viewed too combative. Well, it's either that or trying to win over the army. Oh Gino, we could also do we could not do anything all we won't do or say anything we'll call it democracy blackout that sounds pretty powerful imagine how fast trump will step down once he sees we're not doing anything at all. That's a fantastic idea. Can we end the? Interview I have to tell Nancy Mills added that the Democrats also vowed to impeach trump again with the exact same case in evidence they used last time just to see if it
The Unfortunate Casualties of an Anti-Biotech Attack
"Today is a really special podcast is an amazing guests that we have that takes us back to the time when the tenor towards genetic engineering was very different back around the turn of the Millennium I. Guess is the turn of the century two two. It was a little bit different field before the Internet really took over the defamation of scientists and career assassination, and those opposed to technology took on other means to solve their problems. At least to. Agitate and we'll talk about that today in an event from two thousand and one and we'll talk more about that in a second speaking with doctor, Toby Bradshaw A. He's a professor emeritus in the Department of Biology at the University of Washington and thank you for joining me today. I really appreciate you being toby. It's a pleasure to be here. Yeah this is really an interesting point in history and I remember when this happened. And in a kind of kind of fell into the background a little bit, but let's set the stage if we go back to two thousand and one. What kind of work were you doing in Merrill Hall at the University of Washington. Since the mid nineteen nineties, I have been working on the genetic adaptation and growth in hybrid poplars. They're fast growing tree. News all around the world, but heavily in the Pacific northwest up to produce. Hebrew products primarily so I was involved with. The early molecular genetics research, including M Gino Mapping. And ultimately identifying traits that were responsible for faster growth, which I had a basic interest in, but which of course the temp companies had a commercial innocent. And where you're working with genetic engineering, or were you really just dealing with hybrids myself? I was only producing hybrid poplars through traditional cross pollination methods that have been used for centuries in in poplars around the world I was also collaborating with Steve Strauss. At Oregon State University on some preliminary work to genetically engineered trees, four different growth form to produce more would in a smaller land area, but I myself had never still have never a genetically engineered a tree. And really the facility that you were working at. It isn't on the campus, right? It's it's the center for Urban Culture and what are the kinds of things that were being done there well. It is technically on the UW. Campuses at the very periphery separated from the main campus by the Union Bay Natural Area A place for I enjoyed bird every day on my walk to work, so that was a nice interlude. Of every day, but the other kinds of work that we're going on at the Center for Urban Horticulture included a restoration ecology primarily for wetland restoration, understanding a plant succession after the eruption of Mount Saint Helen's in nineteen eighty was conservation work for rare plants, going on so rare plants in Washington be propagated for reintroduction into the wild, and that was a particular focus of my colleague I'm single ride card who you will hear more about later and the graduate students in Undergrad who doing their own research, their work on a wide range of topics, including for example how to? Have, urban gardens produce more food for people who otherwise might not be able to afford a fresh vegetables, so it was. A typical horticulture center I, think it most universities where there was a mix of basic research applied research in outreach up to the public in the form of extension. And, so it doesn't sound like this was the you know the the center of the universe of Monsanto or something I mean this sounds like a really practical extension oriented center that had significant roles in community, and and and even just in the regional agriculture's that's. Is that more what it was about yes? Oh, the University of Washington is not a land grant university. It's not an agricultural school. School, in the focus at the UW has always been a basic research and the center. For urban horticulture included in its mission, some applied research and quite a bit of extension and outreach up to the public, so in that way it was different from much of the rest of campus in its mission, but by no means is the University of Washington on any kind of center for plant biotechnology now. It isn't now. Yeah. Good basic biology know basic science and a lot of really good plant people there, but it's Can you give me a little bit of sense? Outside the University of like two, thousand, zero, two, thousand and one, what was the environment like a genetic engineering in your perspective and in your area of the country? What was really happening? Then in that environment, it was an interesting time. The first genetically engineered crops that were planted on a wide scale, had only been in production for less than a decade, so as a relatively new technology on the commercial sector, perceiving though scientists and people who keep up with science for familiar with the progress of genetic engineering. How it was eventually applied in agriculture, get caught a lot of the general public by surprise, and as everyone who's familiar with plant biotechnology knows that can sometimes lead to misunderstandings. And worse at the the first inkling that I had that anyone might be opposed to the kinds of research that I was doing was just a couple of years before in nineteen, ninety nine, when Seattle hosted the World Trade Organization meetings and I had some of my. Poplars. That were growing in pots out in the back forty behind the. Urban Horticulture. Cut Down by vandals during those WTO protests mean. As often happened to these kinds of things at my mind. The damage done to my plants was fairly minimal. Because these are poplars. Cut Him off. They just re grow the we. That's how we actually propagate them through cutting, so it had zero effect on me, but at the same time they went through and cut down all of the older seedlings that a colleague of mine was growing for re, vegetating streamsides in Alder. Don't re sprout after being cut-backs. Again it was one of these ready fire. Aim moments for an activist who really didn't understand. Even the species of trees that they were looking at i. mean did a lot more damage to someone else's research than to mind we might. Research was essentially funded by the wall critics,
The race problem in economics
"The American Economic Association or the A is the biggest and most important professional organization of economists in the country, and it recently made a statement saying that it had quote only begun to understand racism and its impact on our profession and our discipline. Black economists are severely underrepresented in the field of economics, according to a survey from the EA. Only about three percent of economists are black. Nearly half black economists say they have experienced discrimination in the profession, and only seventeen percent of black economists agreed with the statement that quote. People of my race are respected within the field, and this matters not just for the economics profession it matters for how all of us understand the whole economy and. And it matters how economic policy gets made John Jones is an economic analyst and the Managing Director for policy and research at the groundwork collaborative. What we have learned right now. Is that like we have a worse understanding of the economy because we haven't been listening to economists of color like we're actually worse at economics, because we have denied a voice to folks who understand the different way, so here's an example before the financial crisis of two thousand eight, the unemployment rate for black Americans started rising earlier and more sharply than the unemployment rate for White Americans. In fact, this often happens before recessions, and if there had been more black policymakers or black economists who were advising policymakers. Who understood this dynamic black workers are often the first to lose their jobs before a recession than it is at least possible that policymakers would've reacted more quickly to help the economy, and you might have also had new in different ideas for how to help the Economy John L. Herself along with the economist. Jared Bernstein recently published one such idea. It is a proposal that the Federal Reserve should focus explicitly on the black unemployment rate when it makes decisions about managing the economy, black workers restorick starkly have been roughly twice as likely to be unemployed as white workers, so according to Gino's proposal, focusing on the black unemployment rate would ensure that everyone benefits from A. A strong economy, and as for how to get more economists of color into the economics profession, Juno says one idea is for there to be more. Black economists included among the gatekeepers of economics at universities and economics journals, who are the editors at the top journals who are the deans who recruit new cohorts Janelle release this idea to an early experience of her own. When Economists Sandy dirty recruited her to Duke University, her own career and her contributions to economic ideas, she says might have ended up on a totally different path if he hadn't done that. I was entirely recruited because sandy dairy was a tenured professor at Duke and wanted more students of color. But you know like if he's not promoted to have tenure and job security to be able to take a risk on someone else like. Students of color don't get recruited. The events of recent months have led to renewed discussion among economists and economic policy. For more ways to fight racism inside the profession and to include more diverse approaches to studying economics font, the crowd is a senior research assistant at the Federal Reserve, and she is the CO founder of the sadie collective, a group that supports young black women who want to enter the field of economics with everything that's going on now with the covid nineteen pandemic with the higher unemployment rates in the black community. With the police brutality, the issue of that and the death of George Floyd and what that has incited. We cannot afford for things to go back to how they were Fontana notes that only a tiny share of research papers, especially at the top economics, journals actually study race and racial discrimination and the fact that they don't win. Economics is a tool that's used to inform. Policy is very problematic, so a reckoning would mean that there would be a culture shift. Shift in economics, a number of block economists have also said that they were discouraged early in their careers from studying topics about race and racial discrimination, because they would not get published where they would not advance in the profession, recent study looked at the almost fourteen thousand research papers published between Nineteen, Ninety and twenty eighteen at in the most important economics journals. Journals. Only a hundred and five of those papers impurity tested for different kinds of discrimination, including racial discrimination, though fund is quick to add that there are some economists who have long been doing the work of trying to understand the effects of racism and racial discrimination on the economy. She points to journals like the review of black political economy which is published by the National Economic Association. It's just that this is not really widely read or widely embraced within the mainstream of the economics profession.
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"Whether it be you know. Church decree. And then all the other stuff you know the humanities and. I found that I had to start from the beginning again. and. So how do you start from the beginning again? I went back four or five thousand years and the artist setting. As Sumerian Mississippi Kamien. And then Ju- Dale you don't understand you know Abraham was a Sumerian was from another land and other country and a lot of the stuff that he brought over the creation stuff was marion texts and stuff like that. So really it was in the analytical Very wonky. and. Then finally, I went from four thousand years in the from the Mississippi Egyptians Marian Judeh, day, and then also. The Hindu culture how win the Arians invaded? Lower Indus Valley and started the caste system and then how Buddhism started and. I went from the beginning in. Because I want to know why do we think wait we think in? Why am I so down on myself and? Find I can read those words that Christ is saying and I could be goes elevated words that the the Buddhist saying I could read all these. Coach from Mahatma Gandhi. But I don't feel. Glad I'm not getting what I want right? So it went all the way. I stopped the academic part around nineteen eighty eight. After I understood all all that Naqash Damian. A feeling was missing. So then I started with the meditation and going up to the west coast Santa Monica Hills. To put him Heintze Yoga Place. And then I started doing. Work, I worked with A. Graph Russian psychiatrist. He N- basically or start something Hala trumpet breathing, and then I went to my friend had a extra sensory deprivation tank I did that for two or three weeks, and so I mean I really wanted to understand the experience. Of. And after years of studying in the night, it culminated I won't get too much detail but it culminated with a great experience up in the end. These mountains in. Peru. And then after that. in no longer was. An academic. Experience. Understand. Why Men created religion. It was actually a real life experience. And then I understood that religion is just really very very in a sense of. I can't. Call in. Vain but. A really good. Honest effort to. Try. To say was. Inexplicable. But we WANNA do is go be.
"gino" Discussed on RPM45
"That reciprocates that makes us feel full. For some people they lose the sense that doing alone the become a nickel of doing not thinking is it bringing back something that is fulfilling me? There's mentioned me feel. Like a human, a lot of people. For instance, if you simply work for money, maybe we'll succeed. But when the money comes, you'll find yourself empty. So, you'll find yourself doing things you may not to do to fill in the empty holes as nature vacuum. Doing something you really love when the success comes if the money comes well, it's part of your life and you don't get lost the whole money thing you're onto the next project you love what you're doing and so it fulfills your life now the danger is. Is If what you do becomes sole purpose of your life. Yeah, there is a danger there has to be also the sense of being. So for instance, the woods. I. Think it was the book written I and from what I do and I do just am that's what I put it in that song ugly then. To be. To do. And into have. That's desk. Be I you do next you have. And hopefully, they're all working in sync together. When you you left am. And you went to Era Sta. Is this is this what you were talking about earlier where people were telling you what to do and who to collaborate with. Clive Davis Yes to to a point of destruction To the point where I had recorded a black car record in, they wouldn't put it out wouldn't allow anybody else United States put it out how I had to go to Europe and was thinking of in Europe and then Canada, and then they finally succumbed and I was just a mess you know. You say. Those were the days when record companies controlled at all today you signed. One. A company you don't sound for long-term is totally changed so that really did hurt me but it was my mistake because. You Swim. In Shark Tank, you're going to get bit. Industry is, the shark tank. Especially that one especially that company yeah. But. You know a lot of false promises made and I bought them but part of me. Know People will ask what? Many Times. In religious terms asking her, what is God? Of course, we all understand. How nature created stars, wounds and?.
"gino" Discussed on RPM45
"But I would have wanted to be most been would WANNA be. Good life of life of choices. That's right. Choices than the more empowered you feel but with those choices. Came something else looming Some of those choices would lead you to dark places people you had no idea. That we will either seek revenge or. Try to do harm in some way. And so I learned very very quickly. We use the word of saying refrain myself. Because when I wrote that song was twenty two years old. Twenty two. The first thing you feel. Instability. Yes. and. So you feel you can do what you want whether you will you can't or not. And as I grew up a little bit and as I got into my mid to layer twenty, I started realizing it's not exactly the way it was part of that is just. You maturing process you know growing up. And twenty two. Thinking about where you were in your life at twenty two and what you had accomplished, you could be that guy. Well just the fact that you know I was on stage every night people waiting for me all the time you know. It was really really bad thing you know when I look back for most of us it's a fantasy life. Well, it's a bad thing. Let me tell you why it's a bad thing because it gives you a false impression of yourself install as the years go on you think that your this thing and when it all all of a sudden stops you go what happened nobody loves me anymore. So you feeling a loss instead of thin normality. And you were a questionably a sex symbol as a performer in those days. Get some people thought me that way but when it all stopped. The adulation kind of went by the wayside and people weren't following me anymore. No more notes on. I read. Carrara and all that kind of stuff stop and then you go like I said, the problem is you with what happened what's I felt loss Instead of feeling all this is a normal life. Yeah. Our experience that extreme high and when. Come down to a normal life they look at it like it's all gone. And also identification with work as yourself. And when the work isn't there. It's it's deflating if you're in that space. Look. There's something about. Generic existence. Of Men, women, creatures, animals, insects, all living things, plants. as the Bible Wednesday, to every season, there's purpose. So to every man woman in living fingers purpose. And Up to find that purpose because that purpose gives us happiness. Now. It is. Something we do. Because we have hands, we have phones we have tool of is where years knows we have a mind create. Part. If if we don't create, we don't exist. As simple that starting with maybe fire or the wheel in the bronze, age? Is really symptons set. So we were built to create. So that's why one of our. Missions in life is to find exactly what it is that we feel comfortable doing..
"gino" Discussed on RPM45
"And I was doing quite well with my albums. I was selling out every concert hall in candidate in the United States twice over. The oems were. Just about gold everytime I released some. And I got to do what I wanted to do, and I knew that if I ever had a big hit. That although part of me wanted I knew that I'd have to live up to that. And I'd have to continue on and that's precisely what happened and so I just WanNa stop was a big hit. You know than the pressure to come up with another big hit jayme around, and so I wrote living inside myself and there was a lot of consternation over whether that should be a single. Records time and I just said I thought it should be and. It was it was a top ten single on billboard and But I, I didn't want to do that anymore because I found that very restricting I. I wanted to develop. An audience. That was the would allow me the freedom. To keep creating. Exploring what I knew I had inside of me. Whether it be albums to come. Lanky under trees all over contour are even the last out William Strode and I knew I had all that inside and if I really narrow my path, then my mind would follow suit in narrow to now would never never do. suppressor pressure come from is a come from outside or inside what had hit single. You had another hit single. That was very bay. But me while you're still putting out albums. Yes, and there were others like black cars is a single from worldwide right in wild horses was also big single. Worldwide hurts to be in. Lomas. Single, worldwide. But at one point by by late eighties eighty, seven, eighty, eight, that's it I I just don't WanNa do this anymore it. It's just not fun for me and not my my life's mission and the quest is burnt artists monetize. What, what you feel to create because no matter what you can. Art Can always do battle with. Congress. But in the end, just got to be a little bit of commerce in our liberal arts commerce in order to survive. As you will know, everybody well knows it's a question how much willing to bend in some cases that was willing to bend a little bit but never to a point where I felt my heart or my songs were compromise. And if I were, if someone would say I'd prefer you repeat second verse because it'd be better than fine. You know. But you know look I don't suggest it for for. For. Anybody. You have to be sort of built this way. Because every day you when you get up, you can either.
"gino" Discussed on RPM45
"Out of maybe thick headedness on a wanting something that I was undeserving out at the time. And then moved to Los Angeles for about four months. And visited knocked on every door until finally You know crashing through the gates of a meeting herb Alpert. auditioning for for him live. Just. An you know. Okay. Let's welcome family. Let's let's go for it. So. That was the beginning of Of An interesting career because of. Criteria or the or the boundaries with him very, very few as long as I sold enough records. To pay for the record and for them to make any kind of neat little profit they just give car blocks and said, well, do what you do. So for me, it became almost a religious mission or mission questions. To get better and better and better Mike. Crafts. So from crazy powerful people I thought I made strides in the public thought so too seem. Maybe, close to three hundred, hundred, thousand records at the time and had a pretty good hit with people gotta move and then storm Insana came out I've felt I've made even better strides musically, and that's all well without any hit singles. and H Ow Zoll more and more and more to like got to. Burn the which was you know over a million. APPS. Can you talk about what you say crashing through the gates at am it's a great story. It's just a story of intuition and maybe a little bit more mystical intuition but I saw it happening before my eyes in in sort of twilight sleep. And allow you to do is follow it and I waited at the gates of Ainum. Herb Garden his office and just ran through the eight and. Accosted him and All kinds of keystone cops stuff was happening but bottom line was that he he saw something in my eye and just. Arabs one of those kind of guys Jill confident about shooting from the hip I think the fact he was an artist himself gable freedom. Yeah? Of course, he understood how artists feel understood though the. Pitfalls artists so artists can get a little narcissistic into into themselves in a lose sight of the bigger picture he understood all that, but he also understood that. Artists have they're the ones? WHO HAVE VISION? And that vision must be followed through energy water down that vision too much. There's no from nobody's happy. So coming nets. So he understood that and that's what was the difference between him and a lot of other record companies lottery companies would have seen what I done in really. Down to something else. How would they water it down? Well, get together with this for instance, once I had to Boy In promised a certain record company that okay I will try writing with this guy if you want me to write guy. So I wrote with this guy and I won't mention names and like a word comes up like embrace and valorize Zona. We never use the word embrace in music into. The that that that kind of thinking is foreign to me. And so I found myself at odds with people. WHO had a? Bowling Alley Bumpers. This is all they would do and the GonNa follow this straight path for me music wasn't about that. So the struggle for me, it was to be able to commercialize monetize what I do if not for myself for those who invested in mind and I always seem to do enough. Go into the next project for sure. Yeah I. Just WanNa. Stop. which was your first huge hit. I read that you really had some ambivalence about that about trump going for singles. that. You would prefer to live album to album than single to single. This is true..
"gino" Discussed on RPM45
"The studio How to capture your in signs in a place that forum to the insides you know a place with walls would ceramic can would. Phone in how do you be yourself? You know those times you read you're on the couch playing guitar piano, and you swear that would be that would be a lovely taken that repeal beginning song, and then you get into the studio and you feel a little tongue tied will nervous and you find that it becomes a sort of a a hurdle studio becomes not your enhanced but hurdle to well to to understand that, and then of course, understanding engineers and producers and house to are built. In that time in one, thousand, nine, hundred, seventy, seventy. Canadian. In production. Records. Really wasn't that all that sophisticated most of the good records were made either Abbey Road in London. Or the Columbia Studios in New York where sound Garfunkel recorded or the Capitol Studios you know where Sinatra? Record in La. So you know I changed in Canada by the time. Dion Bryan Adams and artists such became popular A lot of a lot of Canadian producers. and Canadian studios really became more studios, but at nine, hundred, seventy, eight, it wasn't the case. Well, I listened to I found on Youtube your. I think is your first record, Geno both. Van. L.. E.. Yeah. That was the name of your band or is that what you calling yourself? As. A. This is nine, hundred seventy and some of the thinking that people fell. Were that a lot of talons you know with an ethnic sounding names shoe try not to sound too ethnic all. Because I mean you know Tony Bennett and because he was Benedetto or something like that right and. Martin was something else vic damone always singers eh really very ethnic sounding names until six months later after the record. You're going to be you Y- whatever yeah I listened to it though I enjoyed it. I did I really. I was surprised. It was it was I was expecting something you know rather raw and I love our. Run many ways but I mean it's It's it in some ways it's an endearing it was it's kind of an r. e. feel to it, and that has to be my all time favorite music. So I did enjoy it. You know Alabi side was a little bit better crying Lucas it's A. It's a lesson in learning a heartless lowering that real craft of making music and It took me years and years and years I mean after seventeen was a four to five year period for your period before got signed in and that four year period every day added everyday with lessons, drum lessons, piano lessons, guitar lessons, and trying to write a song listening to. Either lennon-mccartney or or dirt back records the web or some of the all writers that coke order in June July Kern, and trying to understand what makes what constitutes a could song..
"gino" Discussed on RPM45
"Hey this is marquess off and this is RPM forty-five. Today my interview with Gene-o? Pinelli. who had big hits in the seventies and eighties we're talking to platinum albums five gold albums to tap five singles in the US and many more in his home country of Canada. But there's much more to this interview than the music that you know finale created it's about his life and his spiritual journey I think you'll find it interesting my interview with. Vanilla. You've had quite a journey. Haven't you I have. Yes. Quite yet, there's a few things yet. I want to accomplish. Well, I wanNA talk about all of it. Though I like to start though with your beginnings and what I learned is that you come from a very musical family. Dad was a singer cabaret singer and very much into out what I would consider some of the better artists of the day a big bands combos ranging from jazz to classical to contemporary as really acquainted with all. The Duke Ellington's and Count Basie and Stan Kenton Artie Shaw and Even some of the South American bands, you know she's Rodriguez Luna Russi in a few than can also be the soloist or miles coltrane and Brubeck and. Oscar Peterson. So our are reading at home. It consisted of listening from everything from Bobby Darin to you know to Caruso. The influences very wide and really it really does explain why music covers a lot of those territories. It also explains why it took me a little bit of time to really in a sense you know sculpt a style that was completed in itself because not only was it a style that I wanted to sculpt according to my big band or jazz since but according to my contemporary pop rock sense but also. According to you know my my soul background and then also according to you know Mike. Affection for poetry. So really took many years to all those elements together to become one. Your music is hard to pigeonhole. Listened to all those kind of music can somehow they can roll around me Nell come up with A. Folk Song and then. Throw INS and courts Jazz James in there just to spice it up for myself my own ears. And to some people it's jarring but to me, it's interesting. Absolutely keeps it interesting. But you know even at the height of your commercial success, your music was more than just coming to escape too. Late there would definitely was you know a pop jazz aren't be All that stuff. There was a lot of things I learned in preparing for this that I didn't know like verse thing was that you started out very young and you had a record contract. Still as a teenager. Yes assigned to RCA victory was called time at seventeen years old right outside of high school. was. An eye opener I thought it would be easy. because. The all I had to do is go when audition play the instruments and play one of my songs and. Was a Friday, and then after school and Monday morning president of our Candida called me and said, you know we'd like to sign you while so I. I. You know. Mistakenly. Thought that it would be an easy road. And then once I got into. Recording was really all about..
"gino" Discussed on First Class Fatherhood
"Italian, in Greek so of our first name being Greek in less than being talented, she sounds like more the actress than anything. I will careful about that I mean I've introduced to. Annex that I was dating for about six months some America. Really careful about that because I don't know I just I feel like I. Have such an amazing relationship with her I don't want to introduce you to somebody. Right away that you know I don't know. I'm kind of very. You know, very. Nervous about that looking for the word. It's just some. kind of like. He tried to keep my my life a little private being in the entertainment industry, but I'll know the time is right to you know because I really I i. stay straight out either girls that I date or. You know girls that I've been on a few dates with like my priority and I'm not trying to sound like you know I'm not trying to sound like an Nassar I say my number. One priority is being at that like my daughter and again it may come off I don't WanNa come off like. Cocky like that and like like being like. This the only girl in my life she comes first, she really does. She's like number. One priority in my life. I love my work. Very very myself into my work and my and my family's AH kind of. A. Daughter you know you know friends and family and my career. And I know that's hard for a girl to Kinda. Understand unless she's in the same situation. It's much harder for girl doesn't have a kit. Have kids some of them? Get a little jealous. I don't know why we it's a little girl. They should respect that I'd rather have. A girl, or wouldn't be like I, love and certain goals to say that like I love how you want your daughter. That's that's amazing. That's beautiful, your incredible dad, which they say during the crowd. A lot of bags don't spend a lot of time with their kids. Which I find kind of weird to like I'm not the type of data like see. My daughter wants a week. I just I just can't do that. I have to see a lot more. Yeah very well, said you and you're right about that. I mean that's one of the courage piece to hear you talk like that because we have a fatherless crisis in our country right now and so many guys. Me Neither and it's so many guys that are in a situation like yours. Where it's you know they do put the onus on themselves. They put the focus on themselves in their own personal life. Don't put the kids first and I think we see devastating results in our society as a result of that. Yeah, I mean you know it is hard to juggle. Again I'm just I would say grinding along had some great accomplishments, but I'm still grinding along in my career isn't important, but my kid comes first so juggling being a dad career. My you know. My Dad's just turned eighty during the pandemic. We have we. We had already planned and it didn't happen so I still you know not what to still have my parents and again. Being very family oriented and family, and even even with the Greeks I It's just it's hard to juggle, but I I've always been able to multitask. You know like back maybe back ten twenty years ago like he had a focus on one thing. And now you know the term Renaissance Man or renaissance woman has become like. A cool thing where before they're like you just got focus saw in. You can't be over. Not over the Bush, but you got to focus on lung thing I think multitasking if you can do it. Doing, because if I just kinda like just concentrated on long thing I would get like nothing gun, and I'm good ad. kind of like almost like I'd put a pie together. I'm like this is this is the monetize spend today on daughters, talking to spend on my family and friends in the amount of time spent my work, so I try to I. Try to like you know. Send mostly schedule, because sometimes you off schedule, but I do the best I could to. Priority Because I. Tell my friends this all timing. You wouldn't hear me. Talk like this ten years ago twenty years ago. The clock is ticking. You can't be time. The clock is ticking, and that's one thing that's never been defeated his time, so try to plan your your time accordingly as you get older. Yeah, yeah, very well, said you know and it struggle for a lot of that work life family balance, and I think along what you said they're. The most important thing is to present no matter which one of those categories you're in at the moment and be totally there so what about as far as discipline goes Gino. What type of disciplinarian you as a dad, and is it different than the discipline style you grew up with? Well. From you know the old school of you know. My parents came from a small little town in Italy called Pietra Daza from the city of Potenza which is in the south which is on the heels I learned English in school I only spoke Italian as a kid. They came here in nineteen sixty eight. So that disciplined one. You know I think I went out out with my friends like out with like a curfew. Until was about sixteen so you know I'm. You know people you know people that have older kids now. They're like wait till she turns thirteen. She becomes a teenager. She's you know. She's GonNa. That's GonNa Cadillac. She's GonNa. She'll spend a lot more less time with your a lot more time with friends. It's more, you know. I know it's more of a coddle in and. You! Know treating with. White gloves because it's a lot different than how we grew up She's very sensitive. My daughter, so when I kind of the reprimand her. She gets very like you're mad at me. Your Daddy's met on like a man. I'm just trying to explain the good and the bad like. There's you know you can't do that whether she, does she she. She does not patients or trying to teach you about patients and stopping she this ipad situation. It's good and bad. And just just a couple of days ago. She's on her IPAD. She's walking with it as we're walking at my place. And she said kind of trip and I'm like you gotTA. Look at the IPOD walking and put it down. You're walking and she got like upset about. You're mad at me, but now in the last couple of days I say I say Athena I'd say you know. When we leave the house, you're I pay down, and then you look at it in the car fuel and she's I okay, and then she puts it down and so It's hard because I'm very sensitive. And my ex. She says you're sucker you you late. She she's toxic goes strings, and she gets you all the time. And she thoughts I mean she's. She's the love of my life, so I'm kind of. Very. You know I given very very quickly sometimes, but the hardest part about discipline. Is trying to get her on trying different foods? You know she's fixated on chicken nuggets, fries and And She's not into vegetables unless it's pureed and she she she hates the smell cheese. She doesn't want to try pizza. So trying to figure that you know that has been very challenged because I want her to eat healthier, so we try to Cadillac compensate, the proteins like great yogurt with low sugar and stuff like that, so there's a lot of I still you know got work to do, but so far so good. Yeah. That's cool Gino and yeah. It's definitely some patients needed at the dinner table my house as well with the four kids at four different types of. Foods and my youngest is my daughter, too. So when it comes to discipline, it's been a complete after going from having three boys, and and feeling comfortable with the way I, was disciplined them to now adding the girl and having to you know, try to adjust it's it's been a bit of a challenge because she's the love of my life as you'd say there and so i. it's a learning process for myself as well and I know you. You've been busy his pandemic working on a children's book. What was the genesis of the Children's book? What is it about?.
"gino" Discussed on First Class Fatherhood
"Italian, in Greek so of our first name being Greek in less than being talented, she sounds like more the actress than anything. I will careful about that I mean I've introduced to. Annex that I was dating for about six months some America. Really careful about that because I don't know I just I feel like I. Have such an amazing relationship with her I don't want to introduce you to somebody. Right away that you know I don't know. I'm kind of very. You know, very. Nervous about that looking for the word. It's just some. kind of like. He tried to keep my my life a little private being in the entertainment industry, but I'll know the time is right to you know because I really I i. stay straight out either girls that I date or. You know girls that I've been on a few dates with like my priority and I'm not trying to sound like you know I'm not trying to sound like an Nassar I say my number. One priority is being at that like my daughter and again it may come off I don't WanNa come off like. Cocky like that and like like being like. This the only girl in my life she comes first, she really does. She's like number. One priority in my life. I love my work. Very very myself into my work and my and my family's AH kind of. A. Daughter you know you know friends and family and my career. And I know that's hard for a girl to Kinda. Understand unless she's in the same situation. It's much harder for girl doesn't have a kit. Have kids some of them? Get a little jealous. I don't know why we it's a little girl. They should respect that I'd rather have. A girl, or wouldn't be like I, love and certain goals to say that like I love how you want your daughter. That's that's amazing. That's beautiful, your incredible dad, which they say during the crowd. A lot of bags don't spend a lot of time with their kids. Which I find kind of weird to like I'm not the type of data like see. My daughter wants a week. I just I just can't do that. I have to see a lot more. Yeah very well, said you and you're right about that. I mean that's one of the courage piece to hear you talk like that because we have a fatherless crisis in our country right now and so many guys. Me Neither and it's so many guys that are in a situation like yours. Where it's you know they do put the onus on themselves. They put the focus on themselves in their own personal life. Don't put the kids first and I think we see devastating results in our society as a result of that. Yeah, I mean you know it is hard to juggle. Again I'm just I would say grinding along had some great accomplishments, but I'm still grinding along in my career isn't important, but my kid comes first so juggling being a dad career. My you know. My Dad's just turned eighty during the pandemic. We have we. We had already planned and it didn't happen so I still you know not what to still have my parents and again. Being very family oriented and family, and even even with the Greeks I It's just it's hard to juggle, but I I've always been able to multitask. You know like back maybe back ten twenty years ago like he had a focus on one thing. And now you know the term Renaissance Man or renaissance woman has become like. A cool thing where before they're like you just got focus saw in. You can't be over. Not over the Bush, but you got to focus on lung thing I think multitasking if you can do it. Doing, because if I just kinda like just concentrated on long thing I would get like nothing gun, and I'm good ad. kind of like almost like I'd put a pie together. I'm like this is this is the monetize spend today on daughters, talking to spend on my family and friends in the amount of time spent my work, so I try to I. Try to like you know. Send mostly schedule, because sometimes you off schedule, but I do the best I could to. Priority Because I. Tell my friends this all timing. You wouldn't hear me. Talk like this ten years ago twenty years ago. The clock is ticking. You can't be time. The clock is ticking, and that's one thing that's never been defeated his time, so try to plan your your time accordingly as you get older. Yeah, yeah, very well, said you know and it struggle for a lot of that work life family balance, and I think along what you said they're. The most important thing is to present no matter which one of those categories you're in at the moment and be totally there so what about as far as discipline goes Gino. What type of disciplinarian you as a dad, and is it different than the discipline style you grew up with? Well. From you know the old school of you know. My parents came from a small little town in Italy called Pietra Daza from the city of Potenza which is in the south which is on the heels I learned English in school I only spoke Italian as a kid. They came here in nineteen sixty eight. So that disciplined one. You know I think I went out out with my friends like out with like a curfew. Until was about sixteen so you know I'm. You know people you know people that have older kids now. They're like wait till she turns thirteen. She becomes a teenager. She's you know. She's GonNa. That's GonNa Cadillac. She's GonNa. She'll spend a lot more less time with your a lot more time with friends. It's more, you know. I know it's more of a coddle in and. You! Know treating with. White gloves because it's a lot different than how we grew up She's very sensitive. My daughter, so when I kind of the reprimand her. She gets very like you're mad at me. Your Daddy's met on like a man. I'm just trying to explain the good and the bad like. There's you know you can't do that whether she, does she she. She does not patients or trying to teach you about patients and stopping she this ipad situation. It's good and bad. And just just a couple of days ago. She's on her IPAD. She's walking with it as we're walking at my place. And she said kind of trip and I'm like you gotTA. Look at the IPOD walking and put it down. You're walking and she got like upset about. You're mad at me, but now in the last couple of days I say I say Athena I'd say you know. When we leave the house, you're I pay down, and then you look at it in the car fuel and she's I okay, and then she puts it down and so It's hard because I'm very sensitive. And my ex. She says you're sucker you you late. She she's toxic goes strings, and she gets you all the time. And she thoughts I mean she's. She's the love of my life, so I'm kind of. Very. You know I given very very quickly sometimes, but the hardest part about discipline..
"gino" Discussed on First Class Fatherhood
"Joining me now, first class Father Gino cafarelli welcome to first glance fatherhood. Thank you so much man I'm I'm so honored to be here. Let's start like this. How many kids you have? How old? she's. She's going to be seven actually on Friday and then say. I have one girl. We have one girl. I'll get what type of sports activities she into. On she loves to swim. She's kind of a little bit of I the the little joke. Is that kind of coordinated at now in in the whole kind of trip over feather, but she's been learned. She's the love swimming so I've been than maybe get into soccer. but as far as you know what what she really loves to do, she loves to swim. She loves the water. Okay very cool. If you could please just take a minute here to hit my listeners with a little bit about your background what you do. well I was I, was mainly in corporate America. All my life I was born in Queens. All My life a story of flushing. Whitestone Bayside area. Went to Catholic school went to an all boy. High School went to Saint John's. And then I was Kinda like on the eleven year program at Saint John's because I wanted to kind of start working right away, so I started selling cars for Saturn. Remember an company. I saw sound Saturn's and go to school at night but originally when I was in college I started with a started in the pharmacy program I made the Pharmacy Program. I was book smart in school. But I always kind of wanted to get into the into the yard. Spin enact filmmaker. So I did various sales jobs for any job that I ever took. I always believed in the service or the product, so anything ever sold I. Really believed in so I always mainly in corporate America all my life and Ben just decided really like in two thousand six collide pick everything, and now pick up and going and moves lag just to get away from new. York, not not to really go out there with like I have a set dreams had some. Day, I WANNA? Take a little break from New York. And I went out. Tell Lane just kinda like chilled out a little bit and kind of like started catalyzed, chipping away in happened organically. And then I came back to. Work on a passion project, and then I just went upstate. Yeah Very Cool Gino, and along this journey here about how old are you that when you first became a dad and had to becoming a father kind of change your perspective on life so? So I was I turned forty in. La came back to New York couple years after that, so she's going to be seven fifty. One I'm doing the mets. I was forty four. I kinda. I kinda started late I started late like my friends were like like they had like teenagers and had kids gone college like. Like but I, I guess you say you know better better late than never. you know. How's IT changed me? a lot of I know going to have a girl because. You know mischievous things. That I've I've done a boy is growing up boy it just it. PUTS A. Look at things a lot differently by especially diners, pandemic and and. A lot of people living in fear and worrying stuff, the number one priority. That really scared me the most. I mean my parents are still around. Knock on wood there. They're older, the you know. Scared about kind of like getting them, say making sure they're safe while again number one priority being family, but being that like she's going to be sudden. She's still a kid. You know like I. Just the soil, just a lot of people getting sick, and just it just scared me like I wanna be a blonde. Be around forever to my because I have a very close relationship with my daughter, I spend a lot of time even though she doesn't live with me, she. She lives with her mom. She spends a lot of time with me and been spending a lot more time with me during the pandemic. Because my ex, she's in the essential world. Our family owns convenience stores. I drive through Comedians to start the business kind of like really took off, and she was really busy, so I spent a lot of more more time with my daughter and the challenging par that was the whole home schooling that was that was pretty challenging, so. I got. Yeah. We've all been struggling a little bit with that. The teachers have been doing a great job and over my kids, they've been very good with zoom calls, and and all that stuff staying on top say got four kids myself and my oldest will be starting high school next year, so it's Kinda one of those years for me where I have an eighth grader who's supposed to be graduating eighth three and have a kindergartener. My last kindergarten was supposed to have that going on and both haven't happened yet I. Don't know we'll see if something comes together, but the teachers have been doing a great job, and now that you said. You you have your a door with your with your ex. For a lot of single DADS out there one of the struggles that they have one of the things that's tough to decide is when do you feel like you would be okay introducing your door to a new potential, a girlfriend or spouse that you would be dating? At what point in a new relationship would you feel comfortable doing that? Well, it's been. It's been a few years I mean extra like best friends. She's amazing. She comes from a great family. She's Greek Italian, so it Kinda got the best of both worlds..
White House Defends Trump’s Conspiracy Theory Tweet on Injured Protester
"White House press secretary Kayleigh McEnany is defending president trump's controversial tweet about an elderly injured protester and antifa conspiracy no not at all I wanted knowledge that talking with reporters mac in any rejected assertions that the tweet focused on a baseless conspiracy theory trump tweeted that an elderly man who was injured in buffalo New York could be an antifa provocateur Martin Gugino suffered a serious head injury after being shot by police during a recent protest trump argued that the seventy five year old man fell harder than he was pushed back in any side step follow up questions he Gino was part of a protest of police brutality after the death of George Floyd in
White House defends Trump's conspiracy theory tweet on Buffalo protester
"Well the White House has not responded to the president's tweets going after the buffalo protester who remains hospitalized after being knocked to the ground by cops where he was left bleeding from the ear correspondent Karen Travers windows press secretary Kayleigh McEnany on fox news Wednesday defended president trump for tweeting and unfounded conspiracy theory about the seventy five year old buffalo protesters the president tweeted that Martin Gugino could be an antifa provocateur who is taking part in the set up good Gino's lawyer says the president's accusation is quote dark dangerous and untrue Gina's friends say he is a long time peace activist Meghan any said the president was raising legitimate questions about the
Trump tweets conspiracy theory about protester shoved by New York police
"President trump has sparked fresh controversy over his hard line law and order push by peddling another unfounded conspiracy theory this time about a protester shot by police in buffalo New York seventy five year old Martin Gugino still in the hospital after hitting his head on the sidewalk the president tweets the confrontation may have been a set up that could Gino might be part of antifa and appeared to be scanning police communications to blackout officers a quick bit there's no evidence anything like that happened the president's being criticized by Republicans like senator Lisa Makowski who said oh lord ugh and Democrats like New York governor Andrew Cuomo reckless how irresponsible I mean how crude saying the president should show some decency and apologize aides have been urging the president to take a more unifying tone toward the protests worrying his words are boosting
Trump pushes conspiracy theory about Buffalo protester
"President trump is pushing an unfounded conspiracy theory about a protester in buffalo who was pushed down by police video shows seventy five year old Martin Gugino bleeding from the head as officers walk away his friends say good Gino's a veteran peace activist but the president tweets the man could be an antifa provocateur and the confrontation may have been a set up the tweet reads it fell harder than he was pushed was aiming scanner there's no evidence suggesting anything like that happened and number two Senate Republican John Funes criticizing the tweet which should only be made with facts and evidence and I have I haven't seen it yet to buffalo officers face second degree assault charges for the incident Sager made Connie Washington
MLB Players' Strange and Inspiring Hobbies
"So first of all. What's the latest on the negotiations to get baseball? Backup running. So there was a pretty extensive ammo seventy page protocol document by MLB that was presented to the Players Association on Friday. It's very clear to things to me. One the League is taking the health and safety of their players very seriously and to this is not going to be normal baseball as we know it. Everything from you know the fact that they're going to have the hand sanitizer between innings. A ball is touched by too. Many people. It gets changed out to the lineup. Cards now usually the managers or coach come over and they present it to the they meet with the other team all of this is going to be done electronically so while we may have baseball. Twenty twenty It is going to be different. It's not going to just be no fans. There's a lot that's going to go into this. And there's a lot Surrounding the teams in the players that they're going to be held accountable for in order to pull off something. That's this big this ambitious. And how likely do you think it is? That will have major league baseball by the first week of July. I think we will. I think it's become increasingly likely because I think both sides stand to lose a lot right. You're talking about billions of dollars. When the owners concerned players will get a small fraction of their salary of there's no season I think the baseball should look at it as listen. You have a chance to be the only sport going on right now. You have a chance to captivate an audience and to expose baseball to people that otherwise just simply wouldn't watch it. You saw what happened with that. Michael Jordan documentary. The LAST DANCE. You saw how it became really a fabric of our culture was all anyone was talking about and part of it was it was Michael Jordan but a big part of as well as the fact that there was nothing else going on and I think baseball if they don't get something going really misses the opportunity and misses the chance to continue to grow and build. Its audience this year. Money aside so I do think there's a lot of motivation for everyone to see some form of baseball in twenty twenty. Well let's get to the importance of here. Brit what Major League baseball players have been doing with all the extra time on their hands. And let's start with Orioles. Outfielder Anthony Santander. Here's the one to deliver on the way that balls tagged way way back. They turn around and look at the Vail and goodbye homerun to homer inning Venezuela players kind of emerged for the Orioles. He's a guy who fans have kind of taken. A little bit of particular liking to is not afraid to express his personality. Remember that I saw Miguel Carrera. He play winnable My CD against thought Gino's and that's why it's my favorite player. He became sort of strangely famous last year. During this incident at Camden yards involving some British fans this was just a regular August game against the Blue Jays. And what happened was more than four thousand. Uk Fans were in attendance. They become kind of enamored with Santander. And what you have. Is this large group dressed in orange absolutely going nuts with anything and everything? He's doing all the left again. Tandare back on. Let's shape gets an applause. Wonderful two feet. He's favorite player. I mean he was smiling. He was shaking his head kind of getting rid from teammates about the whole fan club. He threw a baseball into the stands at one point. Kind of giving one of them. Lucky Souvenir just for minds you again. How Fun Baseball be? So what has the terming? Anthony Santander ben up during lockdown. So he has been up to playing the harp or vans. This time I contract the rest to continue my daily routine which is learn how to play this beautiful instrument now this sounds super random right except it is a very popular instrument in Venezuelan music. So it's a part of their culture and you know he has to make sure his fingernails or a certain length. This requires hours and hours of practice. I don't know anything about the this instrument I don't know how to play it. His hope is that he can play a song when this is over. Four fans on the harp with this time with a baseball. Have the commitment to learn how to play it so come every single day. I lease for two hours so hopefully next year I can be able to play a song for you. Guys GonNa give my best to be ready for that time. I think he did not realize how hard the harp was. I'm not a musical person per se but I think when you look at instruments to learn the harp has got to be in the upper echelon when it comes to difficulty A lot going on with the fingers lock goes on the wrist a lot of intricacies that. I don't think he was immediately aware of when you have decided to take this project on.
Dead or Alive, Viruses are Everywhere, and Here to Stay
"Viruses are found just about everywhere there in glaciers crystal caves volcanoes the ocean when we try to count the number of viruses that are around. It's actually a hard thing to do. This is Neil Shubin an evolutionary biologist at the University of Chicago but we can get estimates for how many viruses say Lion Ocean. It's a number that is just genus. It's actually a number that's larger than the number of stars in the known universe. That is how many viruses around us. Despite their abundance Shubin says viruses have been surprisingly challenging to study. You know in terms of the number jeans they have and the number of proteins and so forth. It's just a handful of things really and that's what makes them so. Pernicious Shubin says over Millennia of these viruses have actually ended up making our lives better. His new book touches on the role viruses have played in our evolution and it appears that they've had a vital part in shaping our Gino but what's remarkable their number and their sure diversity but how evolve -able they are our. Dna contains protein. Coding genes they send instructions to the cells that help us to develop survive and reproduce but our genome are complete set of DNA. Keep surprising researchers turns out that eight percent of our genome werft from ancient viruses that invaded our genome got incorporated inside our genome and no longer affect us and the number may even be higher than that instead of infecting us. Shubin says ancient viral genetic material. Now helps us to perform essential functions and discoveries about these weird molecular partnerships are ongoing Shubin. Says one of the first happened a couple of years ago in Jason Shepherds lab? My Name's Jason Shepherd. I'm an associate professor at the University of Utah. In the Department of Neurobiology and Anatomy Sheppard's team was studying memory genes in mice to find out how cells in the brain store information. They were focusing on the archie. That is connected to long term memory creation in mammals take gene out of mice late. Look Normal Brain. Looks normal for the most part. They just can't remembering things so they con- store any information. Basically MICE WITHOUT THEIR ARCH. Gene have trouble learning. And there's evidence that humans who have mutations in genes have cognitive deficits so he thinks this one gene is very key for memory consolidation making long term memories especially and so we've been trying to figure out what the protein is doing in the brain while you lynn. How does it convert short-term memories into Long Term Memories? Shepherd isolated the proteins? That the chain makes what you do. If you're studying this stuff and one day shepherd's lab tech pop the ARC proteins under a powerful electron microscope they call it the em scope and they couldn't believe what they saw. He came to me and he was like I. I'm seeing these weird objects under the scope and I don't know what to make of them take a look and so they should meet them. I was like what the hell are these. These are this is crazy. The brain proteins they were looking at. We're much larger than they should have been. Shepherd says they looked like little capsule. It's like similar to the shell. Virus makes called a capsule when we took pictures we saw these lodge sackable structures that were mobile sociable structures. Well they looked like soccer balls. Shepherd pulled out his firm textbook to compare photos. Yup still looked like a virus. And then that's when I took it to my colleagues and said you know. What do you think of Bizarre? And they like well. That's virus that take J. V. Let's looks like HIV. What happened? What happens to your protein verification. That you've got viruses. Shepherd was like what the heck is a brain protein doing looking like a virus. His colleagues thought that the slides were somehow contaminated with HIV. But no it was a brain protein. It's not often that one finds something in the brain that looks like a virus. That's not a virus in fact it's like never like never before it's almost like the classic stereotype view of a scientist that they're making this discovery. They shout out. Eureka way the ARC looked like a virus made shepherd sink. Maybe it would behave like one.
"You've got shared lady Gaga. Britney Spears Arianna they're all gay icons albeit very straight away ladies and I wanted to know who is the next straight white lady GAY ICON SO I deep coma from Thomas. Who's my pop culture expert? He's in the know to find out who that gay icon could be. Oh Yeah it's too early to label duleep. I mean she's fine. I guess she is a Grammy Award. Winning best new artist. Thank you know why I'm hype and so much but I mean my clear pop icon will forever be. Gino is all right next question number four. There's this stereotype that has long permeated lesbian culture. And it's that Lesbians Love Cameo in fact auto straddle did a survey about it and found that lesbians are more likely to own cats than any other group of People. I wouldn't know as I myself am a dog bisexual so I hit up Dr Rachel Cordesman. Visiting professor in women's Gender and Sexuality Studies at Wake Forest University. She curated an exhibition all about lesbians in cats by Harry. Cats have a lot of associations with southern entity and often kind of dangerous or deviant forms of feminine any so because of Lake Association so cats switches association so flake cats even with like pejorative terms for China after the nineteen seventies the sort of a defiant reclamation of cats with an different lesbians cultures lesbian feminist for reclaiming hats and now furthering this educational moment our final coup weary question number. Five is a question that I talk to. You Parker. Yes and thank you for making my next family. Thanksgiving more awkward. You're welcome you told me. Queer people love soup and you wanted to know why in so I went and asked my sweet sweet. Got Sister The undercut champion Baltimore. Why Queer people are so obsessed with soup she would. She said Parker. That's what I thought. I know. That's not a thing. Okay first of all you're making. It seem like us. Queers put soup on a pedestal. I'm just saying that UH squares like to eat some soup. I'm always being invited to sue cooking. Parties Soup potlucks. Even soup exchanges. But I mean everyone loves soup. It's delicious and it's cheap. But then I talked to my friend Kiana and Shalit's me and passionate messages like this. Why do I like soup so much? Let me tell you. Even though they look so easy and simple they could take hours almost like you know romancing a lesbian the seasonally simple but in actuality extremely hard true true but also Parker. I have a confession. I actually don't like soup what I don't like. It would have been good information to know about weeks ago. Well it still even though I don't like soup is still something I was curious about. And it's still something that holds up. I'm just a special anomaly. Okay versus So it's not a thing you have in previous Leslie. I coming up one more investigation from and it is a doozy Nancy. We'll be right back. No one is carrying soup around
Bonus Episode: Hairstylist Chris McMillan
"You are. You're a businessman your salon owner. But you're also you know it's ten so corny saying this celebrity hairstylist. I feel like I'm reading. You Know People magazine boldface Celebrity Hairstyles hairstylists to the stars Chris. Mcmillan you are the rare hairstylist. Who is a hybrid of all of these things I mean how did you plan to become like a salon owner? Did you plan to do celebrities hair like did you? What was your end goal? My plan was to do five people's hair a day and charge them hundred dollars each so I would make five hundred dollars a week. I would make two thousand dollars a month and so then I would rent an apartment for a thousand to twelve hundred dollars a month. I would get a car that I think I was looking at like Volkswagen's or something that was like two fifty a month so that's how I thought about it that way. I was able to do what I do like. I always kept that SORTA That's how my brain I'm a real believe it or not. I'm a real simple thing. And it just snowballed from there of that happen. You don't charge your hundred bucks for haircut anymore you know. I was given opportunities to prove myself and I've always taken advantage of those opportunities. I truly from the bottom of my heart was meant to do hair. I really was. Who's hair have you been doing that like the longest like who is the first person that got this one hundred dollar haircut my mall okay? My mom always had bleached blond hair. Fair Faucet like my mom always had kool hair always. That was her thing. Gio is a great hair. She loved her hair stylist. Nick she always had great hair. She was pregnant with me. And that's the first hair salon. I went that I worked at was Nicole's in Manhattan beach on Tenth Manhattan Avenue when I graduated high school like the day the next day. I worked there because I had my licence. Oh wow you were like in it to win it yeah I. My mom was like you doing here. I'm like but they're gay and she's like yeah. You're my gay son. I've known since you were too. It's okay you'll be fine while okay that you told me I remember you said. You have some client. I want to say her name is barb. Bonnie Greider Oh Bonnie Bonnie Bonnie writer lives. It's so funny. Her daughter texted me yesterday. As I as everything. Okay I was like. How's your mom and is a body? Greider is a third grade teacher in San Pedro and she has a standing appointment with me since eighteen years old. Every my gosh. She gets her haircut and I still charge her. I basically doer for free. I talked to her sixty sixty five dollars for a haircut and she tip speed thirty five. Oh my God and she comes here salon she could come to my salon and even Gen does like Shaquille. Can you come to my house on Friday at four to blow dry my hair? I'm Bonnie Jennifer Aniston knows about Bonnie generators and knows about bunnies is aggregate. Do Bonnie and then come over this camp. Would I got mega celebrity? Jennifer come to your salon just like a regular person. You always go to her all the time. She loves it so like she might. She might be behind. Bonnie like waiting to check out no she took check. I set my soul on as an old nineteen thirties bungalow house. So it's very private anyway. So it's very easy and comfortable for people like Jennifer to come and get their hair done and I am kind to like in the center so she knows everybody that works with me. Everybody knows I do her hair. So it's not like nobody's bothering her and everyone does that. I'll kill them if they do that. Like all ends. I got a sharpie asking for an autograph. Nobody is the you know every now and then you'll see like someone walked by like. Oh I'm just checking my messages in l. But I'll I'll check them. I'll be like excuse me and they're like sorry. I'm sorry. Sorry the phone away. Have you really done that have you? Have you really checked somewhat? Of course that's how he stays in the bids right this long. I have to think though Bonnie's been around since you were eighteen age. You okay there. You go do some math people. But that means you've seen her through a lot of trends and styles your other clients regret any of the like styles or cuts you've given anyone in the past not really. I've always gravitated. I think I think I have. I'm not like trying to prove myself and do something crazy and be the most creative. I really truly do want people to look the best that they can look but I also do love change like Linda Evangelista when she had long hair and she went short la that change. She looked just as good. You know and I watched you know Madonna Gino and her changes in and people like that like I always been influenced by change. I remember ruined. My mom had long. You know she had like Pamela Anderson Farah Fawcett hair and she came. Back with highlighted. Low Lighted Cheryl teague hair And then and then from that she you know like in the eighties. She cut her hair short and it was sort of like the Lori L. Freehold Moose campaign like my mom came back as Rachel Ward. You're no character and so I've seen really beautiful changes like. That's the kind of change as I like to see. I'm not trying to like be dramatic in and prove myself through hair but I like to change people's hair like my own that has like feathered hair. And then you give them a Bob that was you know a really Nice Change. You just mentioned yes. You're you're not really working in the salon but you're you had been working on the morning. Show the hairs like good but not great. I'm not being rude. I'm saying it looks like a real news anchor. Yeah well that's what was then purposeful. We did that as we you know. We wanted her to be wanted. Alex Levy to be relatable. Almost you know I mean. It's a moment if you the Steve Corrales character can't even think of his day. Right that's lug it's just got fired and she's unraveling yes is stressed and Jews touching her hair a lot and it's all do for
`Handmaid's Tale,' Harry Potter on challenged books list
"The American library association released its annual list of books that receive the most objections last year at schools and libraries the top two R. Alex Gino's George and Susan Copeland's beyond magenta transgender teens speak out both because of trans gender content number three John Oliver's parody of the children's book by vice president Mike pence's wife a day in the life of Marlon Brando all story is about Marlon Bundo falling in love with another boy rabbit because the potter books are on the list religious groups are critical of sorcery Margaret Atwood's handmaid's tale is mentioned to for Paul Garrity and sexual overtones I'm a Donahue
`Handmaid's Tale,' Harry Potter on challenged books list
"The top two R. Alex Gino's George and Susan Copeland's beyond magenta transgender teens speak out both because of trans gender content number three John Oliver's parody of the children's book by vice president Mike pence's wife a day in the life of Marlon Brando all story is about Marlon Bundo falling in love with another boy rabbit because the potter books are on the list religious groups are critical of sorcery Margaret Atwood's handmaid's tale is mentioned to for Paul Garrity and sexual overtones I'm a Donahue
"gino" Discussed on KNSS
"I will go back to the market and showed them by Gino info mark yeah I know I get it listen all your feedback and I assume some of you wanted me to keep caller candy on the phone liberal call about you don't like I said I just can't I can't take liberalism they can't they just don't think coherently it's like they live in Bizarro Superman world we live in a world where everything is backwards that call before for those you missed a call in to defend Bernie claiming he was authentic candy from KSFO which is the west coast and was unbelievably making the claim that Bernie's not a fraud Bernie is the real deal because he released his tax returns showing he's a millionaire what were you what I've what what planet does that not make you a fraud model like millionaires put up a billion your fraud your phone he's a total fake but the liberals that makes sense I don't get it like the Bernie Bros take as seriously what planet are you from where that's the genuine article that's your definition of an authentic person someone who complains constantly about the evils of being a millionaire a billionaire but who is one themselves I have three houses I'm I'm just curious for the fact checkers out there I know Bernie has more than one home I'm not sure if it's true or if it's three I'm not being sarcastic ladies and gents Appiah matured I know he has more than one home I'm just not sure if it's two or three homes how many of you have that seriously how many of you have two or three all how many of you have one home Bernie does but party sitting for the little guy socialism for for the but not for me he's a fake he's a phony alright here's what I want to get to now because this is huge this is really like big time stuff that's coursing Nord by the mainstream media because it conflicts with their fake news story of the century that Spygate is a hoax in collusion was real so most of you know lieutenant general Mike Flynn who was being falsely prosecuted for lying to the FBI when the FBI themselves said Flynn did why when is since rescinded smartly rescinded his guilty plea Mr why he plead guilty it was a long list of reasons he was being pressured I believe by the way but he was not guilty of a crime it's clear as day might Flynn did nothing wrong Mike Flynn was ruthlessly prosecuted by the static control justice department and his new attorney Sidney Powell has been just setting the world on fire and is said the detention Flynn you're gonna rescind your play and not only that you're gonna rescind your play in the general Blige of course they rescinded but we're going to start fighting back ed Sheeran put in a court filing yesterday and in this court filing ladies and gentleman there are some gems I need some golden nuggets of information that it's a real shame real journalists are covering it and let me preface it for you before we go to this break because I want to tell you what's ahead because you can't go anywhere you got to listen to the show on the phone the app the car radio I don't care what it is what if I told you then for my Regulus as you've heard this before his a theory of mine for a long time and now I'm almost positive it's true what if I told you that this entire Spygate thing from the beginning started with Mike Flynn was about Mike Flynn from the beginning morphed into a Donald Trump operation later run and that the CIA under John Brennan was so determined to take flame out that they do the FBI who willingly took it I'm not giving them a pass I'm explained but they do the FBI if the opening up a fight is a case to legally spy in the trump team in order to make sure when was taken out.
"gino" Discussed on Raised by TV
"Hey raised by TV listeners. It's me John Gabor's exploring lap kisses co host may be listened Lauren is the guy voice on these episodes apparently I have something in front of me that some intern here at Ear Wolf Comedy Bang whatever I don't fully understand its handwritten sloppy this dude has a he's from long island his name's Gina Lombardo and he has his own show on stitcher premium he it's mostly Word Promo Code Gino's written like one hundred times in like the font of Jonathan Dough Kevin Spacey's character from seven as a matter of fact it says here two different times that Kevin Spacey is one of his favorite actors. Whatever whoever this guy is Gina Lombardo he has a show I'm contractually obligated as your Wolf House to promote this other people's bullshit but as a long islander and apparently he I'm one of his favorite Comedians I'm up there with Jerry Eddie and Alec Guess He thinks Alec Baldwin's a comedian semantics there but hey I'm not trying to be anti semantic I do know you can use the Promo Code Gino at checkout to get free for a month use promo code gino sound speeds.
"gino" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show
"Gino break. All those crazy. Trouble. Gene. The news with Gina grad. Well, anyone who's betting on the Oscars may want to listen to Elton John Elton feel so strongly that lady Gaga, Mark? Ron's collaboration on the song. Shallow from the soundtrack to stars. Born will win the Oscar for best original song that he's willing to give up one of his houses. He spoke to Ron Toronto on his rocket our radio show and Elton said, quote, I'll bet my house you're going to win an Oscar. I don't want to jinx it. But I guarantee you you're going to win an Oscar one thousand favorites. Cuter ten billion dollars. Well, this was which is already wanna Golden Globe. Critics choice award is up against all the stars from Black Panther. I'll fight from our GB the place where it lost things. Go from Mary Poppins returns. And when a Cowboys traits his Spurs for wings from the ballot of BUSTER Scruggs, and there's no word on which house. He's referring to years homes in London Windsor Venice, France, Atlanta LA. So we'll see I think it's the one with the piano and the sunglasses. That one. Yeah. No, the states. Under white kit. God, I mean got the guy think about how long it's been around. And like how crazy prolific? And and also, I it's it's strange. I wouldn't know. I mean, when you think about human beings, you go like well basketball. You don't get to play past. Like, you're thirty six birthday. You know what I mean? And then there's other sp- golf your employees into your eighties any kind of get it. But then there's weird stuff like bowling, you can go deep into but like singing getting out on stage into playing the piano, doing whatever. It just never seems to go way. You just die some point. But it doesn't Bennett. Yeah. It's it's. I wouldn't like if I didn't know human beings. And I didn't see so many Zampa of it. I couldn't think of things I wouldn't have you going that deep like just seventy five eighty five ninety years old this up there just playing an instrument singing, not missing a beat getting you can just ride that it's just it's a cash cow that you can never have to get off of. And now just keep seeing the same songs and the ad a couple more than there's a Broadway version. It just goes and goes and goes I'm trying to look up. How old Aretha Franklin was when she died because she was going up until the end, I should a married. Elton, john. Well, I'm just saying. All they do is leave and come home with a sack of money. You just luxuriate, and whatever it is the probably have soaking jacuzzi tub in your piano with carpet around it. I bet the carpet goes right up to the edge of the top. Per class, look, and they just come over the sack money. And then you go, oh, we going to spend that money. He goes now going out again. Okay. I'll spend it. And then they take off. Just gathering. They just keep going out absolute, right? And by the way, you know, another good example of that a mob you supportive opening night or whatever. We'd have an argument about me talking on my cellphone like the whole time and the first road and everything, but I'd say I've started about you showed up. Yeah. A movie I watched for maybe the twelfth time over the weekend that I love so much is behind the candelabra. Oh, yeah. I go. Douglas, Matt Damon sixty seven years old when he died and Liberace died. He was he was Wayland still on the piano. Yeah. That movie is so good and a weird like ally. Should I liked this movie kind of way tastic fantastic should have been in the theaters? Well, Sam Cooke, speaking musicians, his death remains one of the unsolved mysteries of the rock and roll era. He was fatally shot an LA motel in December nineteen sixty four. But the circumstances were never fully determined. So the documentary remastered which debuted Friday on Netflix probes. The singer's killing the botched investigation his friendship with Malcolm X with Muhammad Ali is remastered series..
"gino" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show
"Gino break all those crazy trump's we gene trump gene the news with gina grad this is the story i referred to earlier in the show that i was very curious about your opinion adam the san francisco chief of tourism has been forced to tell the truth about his own town as he begs the city to clean it up so joe della sandro recently said that the streets are filled with drug users shooting up in broad daylight human excrement homelessness and more he's a tourist often complained to him about the dirty streets when they find when they come visit san francisco this go travel association reported that twenty five point two million people visited the city in two thousand sixteen they spent almost nine billion dollars karen flood she's the executive director of the business improvement district recently said quote we're desperate enough to expose ourselves to look for solutions well homeless people take the path of least resistance i mean we would like them to not do that but they just sort of do you make it easy for people to take a path they they take that path and homeless like the homeless situation is never going to sort of clear it self up there needs to be things and pass need to be taken and i say i would love to find out like who these people belong to like you do when you find a dog that's stray on the street and you go whose dog is like okay you have a feeling of i don't want this dog roaming the streets i don't wanna biding a mailman but also care about the dog like where's this dog come from where's it's home so i i i'd like to know like where this where they come from who are their parents what goes on how can we re assimilate these people back onto the sofa there got.
"gino" Discussed on The Morning Roast
"Did you think about the end of that game before we get to the larger concern about what the yukon situation isn't sport yeah i mean the whole game was actually really really really good they actually no because it we watched the final four weekend that had a lot of behead gays and so in when often when you have a game like that we all focus on that last shot but the whole game was back and forth and i watched it on dvr back and forth you can't probably shouldn't have won or shouldn't even get into overtime but they came back five right yeah they had a big shot big three and then a crazy steal to put them into overtime time and then goumba wiley shot at the end she played well all night her shot at the end was unbelievable and it reminded reminiscent of yukons loss last year where there was a big shot in generally the same area of the court kind of the right wing you know what you think of that game i thought garages notre dame's coach cut l coach gino is that wrong i mean the obvious outcome oriented reason for that which is they wan notre dame for those who don't know has some like four acl injury home and crazy okay they lost four role players acl injuries over the season which is why i didn't think they would win it wasn't just because of the you know the yukon seek but knowing about these sort of the hand that they were dealt with they're coming there with and looking at just of watching both teams seeing where which players they committed their defensive resource to if but like notre dame made the right decisions.
"gino" Discussed on REAL 92.3
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