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"goo dolls" Discussed on WTOP
"Last November That's kcbs Candace Crone triple-A says in the D.C. metro area a gallon of regular now averages three 41 Global tensions a more expensive summer blend fuel and increasing demand are all being blamed for higher prices A local couple has pleaded guilty to serious tax crimes Authorities say 60 year old or sin and 44 year old lizette calendar cheated the IRS out of $2.2 million Alexandria a couple running butchers auto body shop and capital heights Maryland The scheme unraveled when the couple tried to sell the shop back in 2018 According to the FBI the calendars kept two sets of books and bragged about them to an undercover FBI agent posing as the person who wanted to buy the business That's when they pointed out they had millions from the IRS by asking to be paid by check Then cashing those checks at a third location not named by authorities The calendars now have to pay back the $2.2 million and face 5 years in prison when they are sentenced in May Some congressional staffers are pushing to unionize It comes amid complaints of poor pay and hostile working conditions House speaker Nancy Pelosi has also endorsed the union for staffers Wolf trap announced its summer concert line up this week mark your calendar for a star studded summer of music Dirty work oh yeah the wolf trapped summer lineup kicks off with concert in May in June like steely Dan Jason is bull and the blackroom Tell me what is wrong July brings Jackson Brown Ziggy Marley and The Empire Strikes Back in concert Nothing up and August in September closed things out with Elvis Costello The goo goo dolls and The Beach Boys see the full lineup of dot com Jason Riley WTA.
"goo dolls" Discussed on The Daily Zeitgeist
"Okay we already signed a contract is right there see later so then you pivot to something else because at the end of the day he wants cobain the cobain estate dave grohl an novus alec to cough up at least one fifty each one hundred and fifty thousand one hundred fifty thousand dollars each. That feels fair to me. I feel like they should just do that. The reasonable amount. Frankly so that's i'm curious. It's like did they rebuffed him. I only ask for something and they said fine. Let's i'll make a lawsuit out of this and then make use fucking settled with me. Yeah i far though because like there's something very wrong with you if you see for month old baby and thank this sexually explicit pornography like. That's that's creepy with my wise at the first thing that you go to. I feel like that's not the angle that maybe he should've taken because read that again. You're trying to make an image of an infant's into pornography in order to make your case out. I don't know about that part am. I don't know about that argument. That's i think that's where maybe his lawyers the one who's like dossier this is how you do it man. And he's done his trans. Yeah you know that. never mind. Maybe yeah him as a client man. We're going to go get we're going to go after nirvana now. 'cause i'm going to say he was a sex worker kind. Yeah especially because that album was so like made them illogically immorally wealthy to a degree that i think they all admitted at the time whereas like this. Is this sort of fame. This sort of wealth is absurd and like shouldn't exist. But i'm sure and also less likely to admit that now right and the album cover itself is like you know a commentary on capitalism and being like heared little baby. Here's a get get hooked on the dollar ran rather than something like to like what they're saying is like oh my god they were trying to get people to be the most controversial thing i felt like i don't know again. I was only But boy at the time. So i wasn't in touch with all of the news media commentary around this but i've thought a boy named goo goo goo dolls cover got more heat than this shit did when they're like it's got it's this. Little boy has blood on his face And there's like what. But again. I i leave it to the the jags gang people. What was the tone for people like. Oh my god this baby. No not really..
"goo dolls" Discussed on Good Life Project
"Learning. You know like just to cover her ass she. She'll know by just adore her. In every way just i see myself in her sometimes so personality. I'm like really i this generic. I'm like cheese and running down my list of character defect surname like. Oh god spare that one her every parent has those lists like ooh. That was a good one not one not that one. No yeah it's it's yeah that's beautiful Feels like place for us to come full circle. Our conversation as well so Hanging out here in this container. Good life project. If i offer up the phrase to live a good life what comes up to have the courage to be honest with yourself and not worry about the outcome. I mean. I can elaborate a little more. But i don't want to screw it up. You know like but we got this thing hanging on the wall in the kitchen. This big poster. It's made out of newspaper. Says work hard and be nice to people generally snob bad. It's not bad sort of first step to leading a good life. You know. I mean the so much i mean you've been in this for so long and like you're studying like you're a student of having a good life. What is that like. it's amazing. it's i mean it's really. It's kind of breathtaking to be in this project for years now to you had the opportunity to speak to so many different people from so many walks of life. People who you know are a week away from year like hand to mouth and people who are at the top of industry art science politics and to see the shared humanity to see starter like the shared values when they really just get down to it. You know it's amazing you know. It's it's incredible. Because i mean to me that you do this but i have to ask you. The question is your life better was the best takeaway from anyone like you. Just you had a paradigm shift when someone said something to you in an interview I mean there must be hundreds of. Yeah there are. it's really hard to isolate one. But you know there are moments that have stayed with me either because it was something deeply personal to me that somebody gave language to or just because it was a reminder that there but for god's grace july or it was a reframe on what success was like when i producer lindsay. Who you've met reminds me that the person i tend to refer to the most conversation is milton. Glaser who's on the show years ago and passed away last year and for so many different reasons for the choices he he's this iconic designer designed the iheart. Ny logo that classic dylan posted with the rainbow hair. New is..
"goo dolls" Discussed on Good Life Project
"The code g. lp. I mean along the way. Also you know six years in almost seven. Now i guess for you at this point and But one day at a time still right and married your dad. Now you know. And i got to imagine that that The decision like that decision and then being a dad Has given you different perspective on everything i think it has. You know i mean it definitely it softens here your heart and makes you worry less about your the way you are perceived by other people because you have this tiny little genius. Who just adores you. Do you have daughters. I have john here. I'm i'm working at your face at just like i know that feeling near that smile. That's like full body. Yeah and like the sky is full of tears and a hot wheels car with wheel that fell off. And like you just feels like so powerful when you go kemira hunting them fix up when you pop the little wheel back on. They just think you're the greatest guy in the world man. Yeah i love that. I'm gonna that but you know she's my silver lining from the pandemic. Because of watched her grow. I was literally away from her for half her life. You know and To get to spend as much time with her. And by the way. I once again. I don't know how this happened. But i wound up living in a house with five women. I'm just like oh my god. I need testosterone. I need to go your desk to shoot a gun or something. You can't fight it. If your dad gave i love it i love them. I love i love that. My daughter has a tribe of strong smart women around her including my sisters and And and known on lives here. Grandma lives here and her two cousins live here and you know and and With us and and she's learning from them now and and i love that. I love that you know but i try to balance it out throwing her around wrestling with her during that whole thing. She's such a girl..
"goo dolls" Discussed on Good Life Project
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"goo dolls" Discussed on Good Life Project
"Know. it's it's interesting. Also that part of what you become known for is Really experimenting with alternative tunings in your work. You know your your primary jam and it sounds like from the earliest days you know free which kinda ties into this sort of like. Okay so let me think differently even about this one thing. Okay so against harm my hands. I had this one instrument and there's a standard way that ninety nine point nine percent of people play it but something in your brain is saying. That's not necessarily the constraints that i feel. I have and let me just completely messing around with him. Yeah it's fun. It really is fun to play the guitar idea. Yeah it's just one night. Don't i don't know if you what you indulge in. But you know just indulgent. Little is something that you enjoy and and then just sit on your sofa and just to start unwinding and winding strings up and you'll break one but and just strom and Let's see what see what feels good at that moment. And it's almost like you got to relearn how to play the instrument every tuning us There's some musical term for it. But there's i thought it you know i did it out of necessity because i was in a three piece band and i always hated when Guitar player go into his solo or something like that. And then everything dropped out the bass and the drums. And i'm like you know when you go in the studio you play the rhythm guitar behind and then you put the solo on top. But it didn't really. I don't want to really do that either. But i just started to things. It's it was basically there to fill space so that i could create these droning kind of things that would go through the whole song. And that's something that i i i really got from. Bob mould from couscous. Do at thought like man. Listen to them..
"goo dolls" Discussed on Good Life Project
"That goes into designing home building home. You know putting a plumbing system into a building. Just you know a solar panel. I mean you know putting solar panels up you know and Just it's amazing because they're beautiful pieces of art at some stage of its creation. It's on a drawing table and it's beautiful. I studied mechanical drawing in a drafting. And that kind of thing and it's beautiful just getting having the tools to get the perspective on things correctly and following formula for this many inches equals. It's just it's it's crazy and you have to do doing cut away views of like the inside of a wall like and it was very technical. Drawing is just. it's. It's exciting. Like when i just remember this one drawing that we had of an oil refinery and it was a cut away view and just staring at and just being blown away like the took so much creativity. I mean maybe from a different part of the brain but as much creativity as writing you know symphony. Whatever i mean. And that's what i was thinking as you're sharing that as you know. I wonder if you have any sense that the fact that you actually went and you study plumbing and and you studied mechanical drawing has any influence in the way that you've you the process the structure of the expressive side of of music. Songwriting of putting together. Yeah things and vice versa. Like does the songwriting. Does the musicality actually then affect the way you think about form and structure and sort of physical spaces. Yeah you. I mean it's all interrelated and in my mind. I were muffin tangents. All the time which is a bit of a handicap. But yeah you know. I mean growing up and learning those skills. I definitely i. It has an influence in way. Because i allow myself to you know. Get on my artists chair. You know unlike play. Wait for the news. Deliver and and scrape when she comes by. She doesn't always come. You know then you gotta get down and and and you got to roll up your sleeves and start. Start swinging with a hammer and there are different points. I mean i did. I did a song for a a disney movie on like twenty years ago already. The movie called treasure planet wrote two songs for the film..
"goo dolls" Discussed on Good Life Project
"I mean it's interesting also. Because i think a lot of people plumbing as well it's a particular profession that does a particular type thing but it's actually a trade. It's a craft. It is true. I mean especially. I remember spending summers building. Houses renovating stuff like that and It is a true. I mean some of the plumbers who were on occasion with the two artists. Oh yeah it would blow my mind. It's like complex problem solving. And when you look at the crease give you polled what they created out of a house or a structure and just put it in a gallery summer. Oh my god people would be like. That is insanely cool. Yes it's very cool and you know what's beautiful about it. It's gravity all just gravity and it's like that amazes me like yes. Of course there's a ton of technology involved now and everything. Everything's computerized in that. A basic plumbing system is just based on gravity and pressure and it's beautiful in its simplicity and but the mathematics that you have to sit and study is crazy. I mean you can't be stupid a plumber. The you know it's amazing and it's just amazing and but you know our our society went through this like you know this thirty or forty year period where it was just like all you got to go to college. Got to go to college. Got to go to college and a lot of my friends who wound up in the building trades have done better than people who you know went got master's degrees no offense to anybody wants to go to college but i think i think that the the building trade sonnino that guy micro the dirty jobs. He's very into that. You know an angry with them because it's a way for someone with a high school diploma and some and some training and some smart to get into an upper middle class position and that's that's not easy these days you know. Yeah i mean we have. We've definitely gone through this window where knowledge work was sort of like elevated to say like well. The only illegitimate work is knowledge. Work and the only reason somebody wouldn't be doing and is because they don't have it in them so they have to default other things like no. Actually you've read this book. you've probably love it. Called shop classes soul craft. Like i think he went to mit. From what i remember he was. You know doing a think tank type of thing. These isn't doing it for me. He ends up going to some small town. Things new hampshire or something like that finds his grizzled. Oh guy who could listen to vintage motorcycles and just by listening know exactly what was wrong with them and starts a study and like becomes his his student effectively. And then just gives up this whole complex high-flying knowledge you know type of world to just hunker down and on these old bikes and it's like the happiest person on the planet you know and i think we definitely we devalue that in a way but when we do i think we really we not only do we label. People is not good enough when they're extraordinary people but also we stop ourselves from going back to physical interaction visible space. I think so. Many of us miss i agree. I mean there's so much creative power.
"goo dolls" Discussed on Good Life Project
"Tape and it was just but we simultaneously put the to track onto the digital as well as the analog. And i was like oh i hate this. I'm one of those guys now. The tape does sound better. Does sound better and then we got the vinyl pressing of the vinyl and the cd and we were going back and forth back and forth back and forth listening. I'm just like vinyl does sound better. I can't believe this summit at some point. It's the next couple of months you and your back door and be like. Hey you get out of my yard. I know man. I know i know i you know pretty much. I turned some every once in a while. Alba catch myself being an old man. You know like really being man you know. Get out of the chair and hike. My pants backup. You know thumbs go on them. Like oh my god. That's not a bad thing you know It's because you've lived. You've had this interesting story right and you're in a moment right now where it feels like. I want to touch back down into that in a really good place you know and the journey that got you there brought you through some really turbulent times you know I mean i know you came up in buffalo Four older sisters from what i know. Yeah it's just me and the dog we're the only guys in the house and we're both sitting there going. What the hell is going on. You know but yeah it was. It was rowdy. I think. I mean. I'm i still feel more comfortable with women than men dislike in general because i grew up in that situation and i you know i still talk to most of my sisters almost every day. I mean i'll talk to one of them almost every day because over the last ten years i mean they've been such a big help to me in a like emotionally in that settling a lotta old business. And there i had didn't have a lot of recollection of was lucky. I had people who are older than me to talk to me about those. Yeah i mean it's nice to be that close also. I know you lost your mom and your dad. When you're certainly can your mid teens my dad when i was fifteen. My mom no sixteen. Yeah did they. Effectively certainly become surrogate parents for you. A lot of ways. Where were you at an age where you're on your own at that point. I kind of was i kind of i was pretty disenchanted with the neighborhood that i grew up in. You know. I got a lot of crap from people and has a well. This is very very is just really strange. Strange my family. My sisters are incredibly strong. Women always were you know. And they still are now and You know we weren't part of the neighborhood like we weren't part of that culture anymore. You know my sister had an african american boyfriend you know in nineteen eighty one. That was crazy you know so. We got a lot of crap from.
"goo dolls" Discussed on Good Life Project
"The home for every album. No once it's done that it's amazing. I feel like the output is just different. You know and actually there's research shows that when you're winning especially when you're in a creative state that what comes out when you write it you know physically by hand it's different than if you type it sort of activate your brain differently. You go today graces. Well because you're you're creating. I mean you have these built in neural pathways. Between your brain your thought than the part of your brain that physically can make it. Come out your hand and put it down on a piece of paper and I think it does. I think i always find. I always find myself getting more inspiration. Good stuff out of physically doing it the old way you know i mean once again. I'm so old. I went to catholic school for nine years and We took Penmanship classes we had. We had to do penmanship. So it's like when when. I see somebody who has beautiful handwriting. I'm just blown away by ad. College destroyed my hand. You now i mean. I i kind of joke around about here. Let me let me sign that prescription for you and see if you can get anything for it now. Because my handwriting. It looks like it. Looks like a seismograph during an earthquake. Yeah somehow i ended up in the same places year. Same eight so. I like that same train. Eight you know and and it all kind of went away over the years but i'm a writer also and really niching to get back to actually more of a physical process of creation. There was some shocking to actually to writers us so weak- jawad and Neil gaiman they both right longhand and the us on fountain pens in one of the reasons is because if you stop writing with the fountain pen for too long a source to clog it forces you to keep writing like you can't just pause to channel whatever's in your head out onto the page or else gets gunky and because of that lake that really gentle time pressure. It's almost like they feel like it. Changes the creative process. And the yeah. Wow that's really cool. 'cause if i have my way i take me nine years to make one album but it's interesting that you say that because this this new album that i'm working on it's it's very loose. I don't i- i- unlocking out a recording studio for about five months. So i'm going to actually do a lot of the writing in studio hannah kinney. Yeah i think that that kind of You know. I got the budget for the album. Like let's blow it all and So i don't wanna be overly prepared when i go in because i'm interested to to see what the interaction between the musicians is going to be like and i'm just going to produce this myself you know or You know probably co produce with a couple other guys in the band in that but there are ways to make records different methodology. One is you go in and get your drums perfect nets. If you don't have a lot of money you gotta go in and you do drums for like three days. You got all the drums for your album. But then it becomes as very sort of assembly line..
"goo dolls" Discussed on Good Life Project
"Yo dot com slash lesson. There was fun reading That little bit that you shared a just in info with us before that you geeking out of been. Don't chombo and like the blacklist It was funny. Because i when i read that. Donald trump does his book. Johnny got his gun. I read a read in high school and it blew my mind it absolutely surly shattered me in these really weird ways never left me. Yeah no is really it's yet. That's that's that's a heavy heavy book and the film to is strange to me. I was like. I saw the film. And i'm like why do i feel so uneasy. This is really strange. But but My favorite thing about don't chombo is Just how beautifully he uses words like you know and it i booked by him. It's out of print but you can still find them online. Of course it's called additional dialogue And it's big book of letters that he wrote to all kinds of people. And like whenever. I'm trying to find something if i have to write like a quote or something for whatever or somebody wants a blurb. I always go to that book and i'll just review of his letters because the way he uses language and and you know you steal little bits of what trump said. Yeah very cool such eloquent character. Yeah an enemy. What he went through You know the the whole the blacklist era. We had Ellen harper on on the podcast. A eloise back ben. Harper's mom but she's also this kind of icon in the folk music space and and her parents started out the clermont folk music center Which became this hub where everyone was hanging out. But i'm originally they start out in new england and her dad was a schoolteacher but early in his life he was very public about being a member of the communist party and caught up with them and like toronto and so many of that day he got blacklists and he couldn't find a job teaching anywhere so he started working on old instruments and that was like the gateway into that whole world for them because he just he couldn't find work. You know for a long time doing what he wanted to do. Was really crazy window in our country. I think is really. It was just so bizarre because it was such a it was just like taking democracy in just smashing. Its face against the wall. You know just to gain some political power. And like but i was so i. He's trump as an inspiration to me because he took a bad situation and he..
"goo dolls" Discussed on Good Life Project
"Born and raised in buffalo new york. John resnick is the founding member frontman and guitarist for icon. Iq band the goud. He's kind of a legend in the world of music with nineteen top. Ten singles including mega hits like iris which spent twelve months on the billboard charts name black balloon and countless others and like so many who turned to music at a young ages both way to cope with discord and a form of expression he has lived a life of extraordinary artistry and contribution along with that a certain amount of darkness and struggle that for many years found him turning to alcohol as a way to get through each day until it all fell apart and he had to make a decision one he keeps making every single day now sober a devoted dad and husband. He's telling a really new story with his life and music and taking the giant global community of goo goo dolls fans along for the journey. And as you'll hear on conversation as we spoke he was heading into the studio to create something new something. That is truly representative. Not just of this moment in time but also of how his own personal ends on life..
"goo dolls" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"Wall Street Titans are in attendance. Rod Stewart is booked perform in a photo taken that night. Epstein has his arm around a woman pulling her head toward hiss so that his smirking lips grace her temple. Epstein is tanned and relaxed, and he looks like he doesn't have a care in the world On that same day, 1200, Miles south, a 14 year old girl in Palm Beach, Florida gives a statement to the police that will launch an investigation. But maybe Epstein is right. Not to be worried. Nobody cared what these women had to say Their insights were ignored as the feds and then the state made this case. Go away, Mr Epstein Shoe. Have been looking at potential sentence of 360 years. At a minimum. That's not what happened because there was a power dynamic here wasn't there. The recent charges against Jeffrey Epstein have brought down a Cabinet member and tarnish the reputations of billionaires and elite universities. Here is a group of people and I got to say mostly men who talk a great deal about changing the world but are fundamentally functioning. As a cartel. A very simple question. Who is Jeffrey Epstein? Who is Jeffrey Epstein, who is in his inner circle. The mystery of Jeffrey Epstein's well has never been tired. He started as adults and teacher right teacher at the private school in Manhattan. From wondering the company behind Dirty John and the shrink next door comes the mysterious Mr Epstein. Listen and follow this podcast for free on the I heart radio at number one for music, radio and podcasts, all in one I. Heart radio goes one on one with the Goo Goo dolls on playing their hits live in concert. You know, each time you play, sharing it with a new group of people, you know, I think you got to keep focus on that. We may have played it 10,000 times, but is the first time a lot of these people have paid their money and taking their time you know, to come and share concert with us, So.
"goo dolls" Discussed on WTVN
"Wall Street Titans are in attendance. Rod Stewart is booked perform in a photo taken that night. Epstein has his arm around a woman pulling her head toward hiss so that his smirking lips grace her temple Epstein is tanned and relaxed, and he looks like he doesn't have a care in the world on that same day, 1200 Miles south. A 14 year old girl in Palm Beach, Florida gives a statement to the police that will launch an investigation. But maybe Epstein is right. Not to be worried. Nobody cared what these women have to say Their insights were ignored as the feds and then the state made this case go away. Mr Epstein should have been looking at potential sentence of 360 years at a minimum. That's not what happened because there was a power dynamic here wasn't there. The recent charges against Jeffrey Epstein have brought down a Cabinet member and tarnish the reputations of billionaires and elite universities. Here is a group of people and I got to say mostly men who talk a great deal about changing the world but are fundamentally functioning. As a cartel. A very simple question. Who is Jeffrey Epstein? Who is Jeffrey Epstein, who is in his inner circle. The mystery object. We have scenes well has never been tired. He started as a Dalton, teacher right teacher at the private school in Manhattan. From wondering the company behind Dirty John and the shrink next door comes the mysterious Mr Epstein. Listen and follow this podcast for free on the I heart radio at number one for music, radio and podcasts, all in one I. Heart radio goes one on one with the Goo Goo dolls on playing their hits live in concert. You know, each time you play, sharing it with a new group of people, you know, I think you got to keep focus on that. We may have played it 10,000 times, but is the first time a lot of these people have paid their money and taking their time you know, to come and share concert with us. So you focus on that. You know, it's a brand new song, and it's a great moment. Keep listening to I heart radio for more goo Goo dolls and all your favorite artists. Layoffs. Air surging. The Labor Department says initial claims for jobless benefits or read a five month high. They jumped by more than 180,000 last week to 965,000. Analysts have the extra 300 bucks a week and benefits in the new stimulus package may have contributed, but it's clear the job market is deteriorating, based on other data, including December's net loss. Worst month since last spring. We all forget passwords sometimes, but forgetfulness could cost in early Bitcoin investor a massive fortune. Stephan Tomas's digital currency is stored in a military grade thumb drive protected by a complex password that he's been straining to remember trying to pick a very secure one because I was very concerned about losing those those coins for nearly a decade, Steffen Thomas has had more than 7000 Bitcoin locked away in the device. These days, cashing out the statue of digital currency would pay out more than 260 million real dollars, much, much, much more than it was worth when he first earned them. If Stephan could only remember his password, just like lay in bed and come up with a new way to recover it and then wouldn't work, and then we'll try another way, and it wouldn't work, either. He's already made eight failed attempts to unlock the drive. Now, he only has two more tries to get it right or the device will self delete clearing all of its data forever. NBC. He's Joe Fryer reporting after losing value.
"goo dolls" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK
"And the president if the Democrats pursue this could not have a trial until after he has left office. So I think it's got real constitutional problems. But most importantly, it's not healthy for the nation. Articles of impeachment could begin produced by Tuesday or Wednesday. According to House Majority Whip Jim Clyburn. Two Republican senators are also facing calls to resign. Ted Cruz of Texas and Josh Holy of Missouri, both men embraced the president's position. But the election was rife with fraud. Yesterday, hundreds of people demonstrated in downtown ST Louis outside the old historic courthouse They painted the words resigned Holy in big yellow letters on the street. Turning to the pandemic. President elect Joe Biden is expected to receive his second dose of the vaccine tomorrow. America's listening to Fox News Raise both arms and wait goodbye to anything that holds you back. Let the world see those under arms Dove advance cares. New formula with natural oil is effective in kind to skin, leaving under arms feeling healthy and protected. And you more confident and carefree I heart radio goes one on one with the Goo Goo dolls on finding inspiration for their music. Every day. There's something different that'll inspire. You mean just the fact of just picking up a guitar and accidentally playing the right. Three chords can spark an inspiration and you to create something. I mean, I was living in New York. Just taking a walk would inspire you just the energy of the city. The other thing that inspired me a lot was working with some guys who have a very, very, very, very hard core work ethic. They pursue a piece of music like they're hunting or something. You have to stick it out and keep working at things once the inspiration head It goes away, and the rest is very much like sweat. Keep listening to I heart radio for more goo Goo dolls.
"goo dolls" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"Make your move at LG Seeds calm the You kind of like this guy. But when you can't decide between the filet O fish or the Big Mac, and he says, I'll get you both. Thank you. You definitely like this guy meal. Get it at McDonald's. When you get two of your faves for just six bucks, let me time only precious participation be very single and regular price. I. Heart radio goes one on one with Neil Sean of Journey to ask if he ever got caught up in the rock star image. You know, I love playing. It's like the whole, you know, Rock star label thing I've never been into. You know, I always considered myself a guitar player. At the foremost and, you know, always respected and loved other musicians that would musician musicians. And so you know, I continue to try to inspire and get better Keep listening. Toe I heart radio firm or Neil, Sean and all your favorite artists. Hard radio goes one on one with the goo Goo dolls on fame and wanting to be a rock star. When you're a kid, you start a band. I mean, everybody wants to be Mick Jagger, Man. Everybody does. That's why you're doing it here. You wouldn't be doing it otherwise, But I do think that you get deeper into being in a band and being in the music industry. You start to see that most things you believed were true when you were kids That really doesn't happen so much now. No. And you know, you learn that as you move forward, and we've been lucky enough to have a long time to sort of learn these lessons and grow into them. You know, you just learned Being your moment, making music. Keep listening to I heart radio for more from your favorite artists. All right, back. Here we go. 12 minutes before the top of the hour talking about your home in our phone numbers.
"goo dolls" Discussed on KTOK
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11 Trivia Questions on The Human Body
"All right guys we are diving into some human body related trivia questions. Let's see if you know all these answers number one approximately how many bones does the average adult have question number one approximately how many bones does the average adult have number one? Question number two, five, human senses are sight hearing taste touch, and what five human senses are sight hearing taste touch and what what's missing their number two. And number three. What is the most common human blood type? What is the most common human blood type number three Number four what is the colored portion of the human I called? What is the colored portion of the human I called number. Four. Question number five approximately how many pints of blood doesn't average adult body contain approximately how many pints of blood doesn't average adult body contained. And number six human sex determination occurs at six to seven weeks in Jeff. Station prior to this, all fetuses are essentially what? Number seven. What part of the human blood carries oxygen from the lungs to the rest of the body part of human blood carries oxygen from the lungs the rest of the body. And eight what is the largest solid organ and the average adult human? What is the largest solid organ the average adult human? Question Nine, what nine hundred, sixty, six, sci fi film involved injecting a miniaturized crew into a human body what nineteen sixty six film was that An number nine number ten, what spiral shaped ear bone is mainly responsible for hearing what spiral shaped ear bone is mainly responsible for hearing. Andy Bonus question to close out this episode humans are the only animals with which of these body parts. Is it a belly button fingernail knuckle or Chin Chin Belly Button fingernail or Chin or sorry or knuckle knuckle cinelli button fingernails. Those are your choices humans, the only animals with which of those body parts. All right. Those are your questions for the human body will be right back in just a second to see how you did. We are back with the answers to human body Trivia here comes question number one and the answer approximately how many bones does the average adult have we are looking for around two hundred for this one kind of just general answer there I think. The actual answer is like two. Oh, six to five. But if you put somewhere around two hundred, that's the approximate answer we were looking for number two the five human senses are sight hearing taste touch. And smell when you smell stuff like a Yankee candle, maybe burning some kind of autumn sent around your house right now in time for Halloween number three, what is the most common human blood type O positive I think that's what I am but I have no idea. My wife asked me the other day she goes what's your blood type I said I don't think anyone's ever asked me before they're thirty four years of life I have no idea. Number four what is the colored portion of the human I call? That's the Iris also a Goo Goo dolls song number five approximately. How many pints of blood doesn't average adult body contained? That's eight pints of blood eight number six human sex determination occurs at sixty seven weeks in station prior to all fetuses are essentially female female. Number seven what part of the human blood carries oxygen from the lungs to the rest of the body that the red blood cells, red blood cells, number eight. What is the largest solid organ in the average adult human? That's the liver liver alone STU. And number nine, what nine, hundred, sixty, six, sci fi film involved injecting a miniaturized crew into human body. That is fantastic voyage. Also the plot of most of the magic school bus episodes I remember as a kid number ten, what spiral shaped your bone is mainly responsible for hearing. You're using it right now to listen to this episode and that's the coke. La. Cochlea. And number eleven. Humans are the only animals with which of these body parts we had Chen belly button fingernails and knuckles. The answer was Chin Chin. So they have it
San Diego County Fair adds Melissa Etheridge to Grandstand concert lineup
"Melissa Etheridge Martina McBride the Eisley brothers' and the Goo Dolls or some of this year's concert headliners at the San Diego county fair and the del Mar