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"greg carl" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120
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"greg carl" Discussed on The Tapes Archive
"We offer the record deal when people were working with other people and they're constantly compared to To Greg Carl did that get frustrating for you working anybody who who you thought. Boy This is really it and people who just say Jeez. Well it's not emerson like Palmer. Yes it was. It was frustrating. I think that if I stuck it out it might have come to some but you know I know that when Phil Colin went and did his solar thing with Genesis. It took him a good two years but Phil Collins Sings and exactly the same thing for sting when he left. The police took him a long time to deal with singers. You're not dealing with instrumentalists. Wait another thing is. It's easier for guitar player to get a solo deal for cable. Plus can you put your finger? My that is I mean here. You are and and you know maybe the best keyboard player ever to come along and rock music and you know why. Why would people overlook you? I think it's still a stigma attached to keyboards that It's it's still not a guitar and I. I think that in the age of corporate rock role they look at a keyboard and they say they still doesn't have much of a place in in this business I think there's still a stigma attached to the cable. It's it tends to below more jazz to classical than it does to rock roll. People just haven't gone beyond their desks in record companies. I don't think they've gone. Yep standing there comes from experience. Whenever I've met any of these record executives didn't even I remember. Is that what they thought was great was spinning around on the piano. Well I must admit. I enjoyed that myself too but there were a few choose. But you but yeah but there was so much more to The Dimensioned classical And I guess you know you guys were kind of the the forerunners of over the greatest practitioners of what became known as classical rock Yeah I think if I can see develop what I just said that the saxophone as an instrument the weird thing about as you can't imagine the saxophone is used in classical music. You see that that that's really what I'm trying to get at. When you see a sax player humidity go Jazz right if you put the the saxophone in the classic Lucas You go there. You can't do that. I think the keyboards have got that. Same sort of stigma. Keyboards were in jazz group or in a Cup Down Lounge Buddy rock and roll it. It's not that guitars wrong. I disagree with a bit of a heavy job on my hands. Telev- otherwise I just remember when when you guys were very prominent and yes was very prominent you know. We spent a lot of time to my friends. And it's been a lot of time talking about you. Know comparing you and Wakeman you know the merits of boats and that kind of thing. We never thought anything you know. The keyboards didn't belong and rock and roll. Yeah then again. We DIDN'T RUN RECORD COMPANIES Roy Did you ever feel any kind of competition like this between you and Rick Wakeman or anybody else who was prominent at that time? I think I was aware of the fact that there are other keeble. Plays a figure. They'll being competitive with me. But I only what I read in musical publication I. I don't know whether certain keyboard players were were misquoted. Or or what but When you read something by Keeble Pla- when he's asked if he's actually listened to to me and he's denied that and he's gone on stage he's wearing capes and he's playing the organ either side you come on she. You've caught a scene. Please do me a favor. That doesn't get to me. I just feel pretty sad. I mean just what? Why didn't they be honest and say they have or they don't like Oh you know but to actually deny my mirror existed I've got a bit paid off about that in making the new record. How much did you think about balancing? What the LDL P fans would want with the with the need to sound contemporary. No because I think we could only do what we feel comfortable with doing. And with the three of us we tend to throw the ideas into into this melting pot. I think at the beginning I was trying to become more contemporary with my musical ideas with Greg but at the end of the day Greg still has to sing it and he still has to feel comfortable with it and I didn't really want to get into this whole of ego challenging situation. Say Look we must try this. Push push push you know. Because you can't push greg until and Is Best not to he he. He's much better if you leave money's on to do what he feels like he can feel good at. I'm play what he really wants to play so I think we left it at that. We just said okay well. She doesn't like that. What about this? We became more relaxed and a lot of on. This moon album was composed in the studio amongst the three of us. Rather than as it used to be in the seventies I would write a lot of material on my love and then the ranger rehearsed with the band and teach it to them and then he put they pull it apart. It very hard in those seventy stays to having spent a Lotta time writing and then then you take them when they completely put it apart. Where you think the best thing you've ever done in as will change in a so. I wasn't about to get into that this time over the years You guys have taken your gear. Sheriff SHOTS FROM CRITICS FOR BEING. You know whatever ponderous excessive whatever words they want to use but but. I'm thinking that must have been very different on the inside and I'm wondering you rethinking as you were creating the music that you're basically trying to create some sort of symphonies for rock fans in the seventies. Yeah yeah was. Keyboards is that they don't resonate like guitar. Resonate and playing hooks on a guitar is I mean. They sound good doing that. You can play hooks on cable. It's obviously but the has this ringing thing so to compensate for that the volume of the sheer volume of the sound. That guitar make I tend to compensate. We've getting sheer volume on musical ideas. All the time the textures changing To maintain the interest and also. I think the reason why. Lp's music was so collective was that we just want to stick to one particular style full of surprises musical surprises. Did you feel like they were symphonies or symphonic or that? It was only marginally related to rock music. I never saw the peeping a rock band. Say you know we. We played in the theater of rock. We used a lot of the vehicles to that. But we're still very much the same same way we just Do what we feel we have to do. And I like the symphonic form when it comes to writing conceptual pieces but I use it. The same way as as the classical musicians use. I like melody to develop go through modulation. I like exploring different ways off of playing a see very much. The same way as jazz musicians like to take old songs and put some different cool shapes behind them and you listen to in a completely different way. I find that fascinating I always Felt THAT EMERSON. Palm was was teaching band in in a sense that I learned a lot about music. Not just your music but other people's music by what you did. I mean pictures at an exhibition. For example. The night listened to that and I go back and pick up a majority and see what you know how it compared the I mean that wasn't now intention but I The reason why you did that because we actually the Chin is that you know. It's pretty simple really. We just. I had never heard pitches exhibition until I went to a concert. All in England and that was on the agenda. The supply and I was I really liked. It is full of great monitors and I wanted to play those steady greg incomes and was really the reason. It wasn't question Gosh to do this. And I think the way it was like It was sent to the audience Have you heard this piece and I'm sure a lot of them probably had ads. So that was a that was interesting. How we doing timewise actually the dog. Okay sure okay okay.
"greg carl" Discussed on The Propaganda Report
"Welcome to the propaganda report. This is Monica Peress. I Brad Brinkley. Our guest today is the Greg Carl would the mind and voice behind the higher side chats better known as THC. If you've ever heard thc you know from the show intros alone. That Greg does his homework and as a result. Thc Is the gold standard in podcasts. Each episode is like a college seminar if college professors are actually there to figure stuff out and explain it to you that is but with the added. Bonus that Greg skillfully directs the conversation so the place where it listener and expert can meet. Usually the host rarely the guests. It is a true privilege to have greg on the propaganda reports. A talk about this turning point in history which I call the Corona Times. Thanks for being here Gregg. Welcome thanks for having me way to UCONN. Yeah well for the the master of Intros. I had to do a little something but you can really tell I mean it's. It's you synthesize the main gist. You kind of put the PUNCH LINE UP. Front for your shows. And that's just I think makes a huge difference to help people follow along for some of the subjects that you get so deep on. But normally you're doing the probing but I have noticed and people have clamored for us to have you on that. You're kind of a cove skeptic like I am and I just I have some. He's he's he's a deny I don't know if he's dnr he's a little. He's a circumspect when it comes to that but maybe you're Cova denier. I'm a little bit of a Denier but I've been deep platform several times already so I try not to get too overt. I barely you know they twitter. I feel like it's only a matter of time. Honestly yes so sorry I was just GonNa say I saw what you told me a little bit. About what the the CDC not liking your broadcast and that's pretty crazy to be located right there and having them looking out you know any organization that's doing somewhat nefarious stuff has a huge pr side where they go and they shut down. Dissenting voices a good case. Would be scientology. You know. It's really shouldn't seem that scary to call out scientology but it actually is. One of the riskier shows that a podcast can do because they are so organized with making trouble for people who speak ill them and the seat how some deadly a remedy get that she put a show on TV. Like on a and E. Against Scientology and I was shocked that she got away with that. It's true and that's the one kind of case example. I can think of most people. Don't touch it even when Joe Rogan had on Miscarriages father also the deadly Aram neon. He was convinced to Read a statement from scientology before the interview started and I've never heard him do that before. And it's just like you you kinda. You get intimidated. A little bit when someone reaches out his. Hey I hear you're going to do a show on us. You better read the statement or we're going to bring down the hammer of the law on you. No one wants that. We're just podcasters. He had they must have an army of lawyers and they can bankrupt you even if you're right and even if you win that's true so yeah go for it. So yeah I I had that show for eight and a half years and I really was a no-holds-barred show. People were surprised that it was on radio. And the one time and my pass where I had my boss said. He didn't care at that time but he said that all the crazy what he called crazy stuff. I said on the air the only time that he got really just an avalanche of negative emails. Take off the air is when I said I questioned whether or not I should have gotten my kids that chicken pox vaccine which I had gotten them but I just question because later they said you know it doesn't last for life and I was like it wasn't fatal like maybe I made a mistake. And that was the thing. And that's when I realized that was a kind of concerted. Now they didn't. Nobody told me what happened when I started talking about event to a one in February but it what I absolutely targeted the CDC directly and by the end of the month they just said we're taking your show off the air with no explanation. Also I have to assume that. That's what happened but I I wondered what opens your eyes about like. What was your kind of Aha moment for the this particular thing? The Corona virus like. What is it that you're convinced because people will say like I listened to your fell asleep listening to listen to the first half of the DEL big tree? Show that you just dropped yesterday. And he obviously probably for the same reasons that you were saying. Joe Rogan would read that statement. I don't know I don't WanNA put words in his mouth but he was saying he acknowledges that there is this unique illness and I I mean I'm not even convinced of that but beyond that you know all told what kind of convinced you that this was like not nothing to be afraid of health wise anyway. Well I guess something that. Kinda cracked that door open and it's still like slippery language to me but if I try to reverse engineer how I could be open to such a thing. It probably comes. From looking into the Occult World View. Which is I know. Pretty strange but just the idea that the material world isn't all we have in that spirit or consciousness actually informs matter and so a lot of things can kind of emerge into the physical. That don't necessarily start there and that's probably what cracked the door open for me to look at medicine and germ theory as in outside of these these kind of militaristic terms they use. We have invaders. You know it's a war out there. We gotTa Stop Them and you know. Rockefeller medicine is only a one hundred. Ten One hundred twenty years old so before that it was all it was all diet. I redick medicine. The royal lot of different things that people knew about that were contributing to solid health. Way before that came around and then Rockefeller showed up. And it's all just well. We need to make a petrochemical everything that we can patent. And if we can't fix it with that we'll try to cut something out and if you can't do it with that then you're just going to die like it really isn't the best effective medicine. But they've had a real serious PR campaign against all the other methods. Because it's a business to them so they've destroyed homeopathy to the point that people think it's ridiculous now and they don't really know about the communal properties of water water memory and so that's just like one of the things but once. I started looking into people like once. This virus thing started then it became like very real like okay now. We need to unpack this. Because I don't trust the World Health Organization I don't trust the CDC. I don't trust Bill Gates and the vaccine propaganda stuff so I found Dr Thomas Cowen. Who was talking about Rudolf? Steiner Steiner wasn't a cultist. He was one of these kind of bright mine. Renaissance man kind of like a Nikola Tesla of his field which would be kind of medicine health and wellness a cult. Not Really DR necessarily but kind of. He's in that paradigm as Tesla was in the scientific paradigm and it was Steiner's I d. I guess that he said viruses are secretions of damaged cells. They're not the cause of anything. They're not some invader that got you. We look under the microscope. When someone's ill and we see these things and we think oh well that's what it was. Well not necessarily. Everyone doesn't think that and there are other people as well. David Crowe Dr Shiva's out there. Making a Lotta waves. The guy who invented email he has seen his circuit. Yeah Yeah and so. I just started to learn that even though we take the the medical paradigm for granted number one. And isn't that old number two. I don't trust the people who are at the head of it and number three there is a legacy of people challenging it all the way through. That are just suppressed. And then you find your. Wow I guess this isn't as ironclad is I thought it was. And then you put it in the context of this current virus and you start looking at the data with a skeptical eye and you realize there isn't really a lot of reason to be afraid and I know maybe that sounds so crazy here and I've got friends who say they know someone three times. What is that? How do you deal with that? I have people tell me that all the time and I you know I'm just like what are the details of this person. Did the person just panic like what happened there and how you deal with that. How have you? Is there any like wall? You've hit with that. Like oh my gosh. This is a real case. That guy was like normal yesterday and just dropped down on the street. All that's the thing I haven't seen any of that. The only person I know who went to the hospital had a panic attack and so they spent the night in the hospital because of that and I don't know anyone who's sick. I know people who say they know people who are sick and who maybe have died and I'm sure they have like people do die. The flu is still out there. The new like pneumonia is still out there. Those things kill a lot of elderly people all the time. If you look at the data from Italy ninety nine percents of people had other conditions. What's that about now? A place where it's just like Wuhan word like these. They have a population of old people who smoked their whole lives have respiratory problems. That's what happened with the H One n one like ten years ago. They said the numbers were huge. Shale Atkinson did this investigation afterwards and it turned out that a lot of the cases that they said were H. One in one turned out like almost none of them actually had the disease in Monica. You brought up yesterday. The term psychosomatic symptoms. Where as somebody who's OCD has been actually. Yeah you can make you sick. It's not even like Jack area. You get an ulcer or colds or whatever because you're stressed out which is why I want. I wanted to add to your three ts which I want you to tell us about. I wanted to add terror. Terror is the fourth t that is to me like the thing that is actually creating the problem. That's the net the germ in the person that makes them susceptible to what they call. I don't know if you've I've just learned this term e-eh Trajan disease which accounts for twenty five percent of all disease. It's when you're sick because of the medical treatment. Oh Yeah we'll definitely. That's an element that we need to look into. But it was Dr Andrew Kaufman who I recently interviewed. Who made me think about contagious? Nece in a new way. Now I don't know if this accounts for everything but we have to acknowledge that there are biological functions that if we see someone do them we do them to. And is that contagious? It sure looks and functions like contagious. Nece but yawning is a great example. If you see someone yawn you will probably do the same now. We wouldn't say that a virus jump from them to you but there is something about seen something happen and also the placebo effect. It works both ways. If someone tells you you're healed because of a sugar pill pill you will sometimes be healed and you could say the same thing if someone tells you there's a deadly virus out there and everybody's dropping like flies if you tell a million people that well maybe point. Five percent of them will manifest those symptoms. There's things out there about the just the I think it's because of the connection between all of us that we don't really acknowledge all that much but it is there in the background and so things can spread technically from one person to another without it being a germ and I know that's strange but I think when you look at how many people are paying attention to the media on a daily basis. During this whole thing you also have a situation where someone who gets a mild flu. Normally they would just be like. Oh Shit I'm sick. I guess I'm GonNa camp out for a week and then get better but in this climate. They're going to the hospital because now they're afraid they got this thing so there's definitely a lot of psychological terror going on and that's a good addition to the list. I've kind of been trying to unpack the data and putting it in the categories of wall. Oh how do we have these huge numbers of germ theory isn't necessarily the way it's presented to us and there isn't a virus that can make us sick. How do we account for these massive numbers and I've been putting them in these three t categories but the testing is I first off? What are they testing? They've already told us. The test can be up to eighty percent inaccurate and the test is a non binary test. And that's kind of important because we think of it like a pregnancy test you are or you aren't it's red or it's blue that is not the case with this test. It is similar to what they did with SARS. Which I've learned about this from David Crow. It's there you're taking genetic material end you're rotating a bunch of times until you can and magnify it until you can get enough of a sample to get a reading so imagine that were sixty revolutions in this machine. They have if they want to create an outbreak. Let's say like SARS. This is basically what David Crowe said they did in the past and corona virus SARS virus. As is this thing if they want to make it look like there's an increase in cases..
"greg carl" Discussed on NASCAR America
"Look look at it as the point doesn't ask her at least say okay maintenance judgment yeah like right. We got to pay road system. So that's like you know mostly decided it's like isn't it. Yeah and you can't. You can't really decide if that's intentional or not. So hey coming up as promise. We'll break down the playoff field. who gets the final two spots spots Miami when we come back on motormouth in the way dominating crashing into thick related? It is time to find out who joins Martin Direction and Kevin Harvick in the championship. Four four at Miami Bush defending champion. Joey Logano they have the final. Two spots can see it there on the playoff leaderboard and the four below the cut line nine coming into the final chance ticket to Miami and the championship Fort Worth was one the last few races at Phoenix as well. Let's so we'll start at the bottom with chase Elliott and the kind of kick off the conversation. I WANNA go to Terry in Indiana. Who wants to know if chase Elliott can get it done this weekend kind of what do you think Terry about chasing shot this weekend? They got a great shot to be honest with you guys now. Too Bad luck out of the way here we go. I think about about that. You think. Seventy seventy eight points out. Obviously in a must win scenarios. We're Kinda give me a pro and con on Chase Elliott rewatch race this week and he's set on the front row. Yup got caught for jumping. The start had to come from the backup to the front fill like the last few races. He's ran up front lead laps. Feel like he has a shot to do it but now they have to make sure that they put everything together with you. Know broke axles or or whatever the issues that they've had blown engines I look at you know the flat tracks. I mean. Short tracks Martinsville. He was he was one of the mastercard. Just was lapsed down so you do feel like if they put it all together he will be in the top three or four cars. Battling for the win. But it's GonNa add more pressure in a must win scenario kyle to array seem like dad. WHO's had a as ricky point out a series of mechanical issues? And they've got to get past in a must win scenario. Yeah and I don't know if it adds pressure and I I guess I look at it this way just as Ricky said. They've made so many mistakes and so many bad things have happened. There's no pressure so far out. You're so far out. Yeah worried about once. You got one job lines you got one job. You don't have to worry about stage points. You don't have to worry about what you can pitch early. You can pit late. You can do whatever you want to do. It opens up. You have the complete book start in the playoffs. People had the nine in the top. Four anyway right you think so. Yeah I hear you laughing over there so that way it's like I don't think there's much pressure show but I do think view it you know all they have got to win the pressure off in some way I. Let's go to Gary in Florida and get his assault on. Who takes these final two seats to Miami? What do you think Gary Well? You know you have a question though. Kyle Petty on on your perspective. Do you think Kyle Larson. They have a chance to advance to homestead. Because he was a fan. He's GonNa change the entire complex to the point. Do you you think it may happen. Well I thought Texas was GONNA be a good place for Larson I really did. And that's why that's why I believe. Cowan your friend friend. You're good friends with cow. That's why I believe he was so upset about the caution. You mean because I think he felt like and we've all done it we've gone racetracks and said that's mine it's mine. I'm just going to pick up the trophy. It's just it's just for mouthed when the caution came out here one of the best he he did so I truly believe it was upset but it hurt his feelings as much as anything emotional thing as much but I do think that Phoenix is a place that CALC and run and bit to Chevy's can can be competitive and and that's one thing we talk about a lot of times you talk about the Ford and how fast and dominant that that that Kevin was at Texas Texas and then we go back to Martinsville and go. You're right the Chevy was good win with chase but at the same time I mean true. Yes he was man. It was going to be tough so I do believe Larson can. This is at the top of the race track which is which is an interesting fact. Changes a law. Okay okay well engine standpoint if you WanNa talk about a Toyota Shammy Ford if you can make speed on the top of the racetrack. It's it's going to help the Chevys in the fords we like higher rpm. Yeah and I feel like we don't get off the corner near as good as what the Toyotas do like at a Martin and it just opens the race track a little bit more and see if it's going to be lower as here. I go to Larson. And but I go to Larson and Blaney and I I will say this. I think they're in a must win two and and the reason I say that is this Ryan. Blaney has finished fifth at Martinsville. An eighth at Texas and lost five points from went around and lost around started. That's a solid stretch right there and that going into if somebody say. Hey we're going to give you a fifth and eighth and then you just gotTa go into the last week. I'm taking important stage page points are. That's exactly shows you how important your forty two did at Martinsville staying out getting this past it man. It was huge and the and and join Lugano. Did it earlier somewhere where he won a stage and that's the only Kansas cantons. Yeah and that was his shows you how important it is. So I don't believe that he's they've scored stage points and been able to point themselves to get equal if they could score in the first and second segment and be at least at zero when you started but I don't see that and blaney sat on the pole finish third in the spring and they asked who felt like they had one of the better car. So you're close with Kyle Larson. They're twenty three points out. How does Kyle's mentality coming into to Phoenix? I know we all talked about how he thought Texas was his place. But as mentality coming into this weekend I think he's ready. I mean He. He's ready to do battle. It no matter what racetrack it is and you know one thing about being around kyle is. He's not ever really negative about a car racetrack and talking to you. Know like mcmurray when he was his teammate. He's cost never just right. It just dropped okay. You have his car's handling good. He never makes a big deal about it. Just goes out there and it's pretty status quo. So I I think he's ready He's always ready to do battle like I said but if one of the to the eighteen or twenty to have yeah yeah it is going to be in a game points back on to get into this tape game. It's GonNa be a crazy crazy day coming up in phoenixville coming up. Nate Ryan will join us with your feedback on social media from the HASHTAG. Let let me say this as we continue here on motormouth. Now I'm GonNa say this I'M GONNA say. CBS let me say this. Let me say this man you talk a lot sorry caller let me say this let someone else get a word well L.. Let me say this offended. How awesome was that hey word show be called motormouth show of no probably not or your aunt? Got Yoder mouse right. Oh my Gosh Josh captains done this week. I thought it was. I'm rude if we drop the MIC peabody. If we didn't have the Intro Nate Ryan's here by the way so it before we get to let me say this. How's the reaction been on social media to the captain buying Indycar and and the whole package in pretty momentous? I would say like yeah. Yeah right I mean it's it dominated all Monday. Thank and I think what was interesting to me was it was almost universally positive dislikes. The industry has reacted the news. I think fans social media reacted to its in house was fired up obviously try. I'm sure it'll be fine at the good safe anyway. Take it away Mr all right Hashtag let me say this get started with Wayne Arnold who wants ricky. Who is the biggest driver mentor at rouch? Vouch for you Greg Carl Edwards Kansas List. All the above. You know when I was in the vicinity series in Arkansas series. You you know I mean it was nice having Caro. He ran a lot of the explicity series racist so it was easy to go to him. And you just ask him question question after question and then yes the same guy questions all the time. It's nice then like Matt. Kenseth came down and ransom and then before I think he ran in another teams car. But just being able to you know go to those guys have so much experience i. I don't think I could pick one. Yeah okay all of the above all okay Westland wants to know. Does it bother you as popular question actually on Hashtag. Let me say drivers here. Does it bother you to read some of the comments on twitter about you or you let it slide. Those people don't pay your bills. This person has come to respect you a lot more than they apologized. You ever been a direct you on social so I remember. Yeah I I you know you can only read them so much. enlisted slots lots so many times. I've like typed a few and then I've deleted and often really want to just go I. I'll type it sometimes. I'll send it to a friend like hey should I say this definitely definitely. Don't say that. But he block or mute. You you know I haven't blocked or muted very many people. I just let it roll. Everybody's got their opinion if they want to think what they can think I have if you I should go on block them just to see you know I think I think the biggest thing is is they. Don't all really have full. The idea that nicely nicely plotted but let's go back go back. Why not and by the way the Zero I? I have a lot of friends in the garage. Yeah just kind of funny right. I didn't think you'd be offering advice to kyle. I thought it'd become. Let's let's rip through a COUPLA AEROBIC. Alex rules wants to know. What do you think your chances of making the playoffs with Gr Gr next year? And then Thomas Selby thinks you are awesome and wants to know. What are you most excited about? Next year cheat. I'm D- dirty racing. So what are you looking for the playoffs. I think the team aspects maybe them taking my input a little bit more. I think I'm already noticing is is going to be a huge team collaborations. I'm looking forward Ford to that Looking forward to the family atmosphere of what. Gt order racing is been so far also think that our chances to make make the playoffs or the same if not better I feel like there's a lot of potential to grow With everything that took on this year of building their own cars the parts and pieces that they have with you know the simulation in the in the engines and Chevy getting a new body next year I feel like like there's a lot of upside in and I'm looking forward to to make the playoffs. Yeah I I will say we have a lot of drivers come here and a lot of drivers blow smoke that I do believe everything. You're saying right there because it's free. It's also reenergize myself but I just to. I mean sometimes you just changed uniforms and you reenergize join me but but I believe that team has a ton of upsets a ton of blue sky so good luck man thank you and and does it feel more like a racers mentality when you walk in the shop out there versus a big issue. I mean it feel it fills you know. I grew up racing with my dad. You've been around the family race. TAME is a totally different atmosphere but it's also atmosphere that says. Hey this has to work this puts food on our table. And that's that's the feeling that you get get around around the whole shop. Cool all right one more HASHTAG. Let me say this may open is up to the panel. This is something that we're talking about the PODCAST. This playoff points should only be allowed in the first round or team should decide how many points they want to use free round. This person says Gawain Kyle. Busch haven't done much in the playoffs. We've talked about that earlier. And they might get in the final four because of the playoff points and that comes from by the way. Kyle not this kyle. I presume that they might get in the final four because the playoff points and they might get in the final four because it kicks your butt in the first twenty six races of the season two. Okay so I mean it's not just it is about the playoffs but it's not just about the playoffs and that's where we can argue both sides. I can argue for it or against it and have a legitimate gripe is plus you set yourself up obviously in the regular season but those two guys would be in the top four points if they never reset that's right because of their regular sons the regular season and there's gotta be some reward for the first twenty six races right Esta meaning waiting to look at Denny Hamlin guarantee for the jobs really drink our process right now is really the same thing when you can have Dinnie. Go in twenty four Bob and come out twenty twenty below when you can have Ryan Blaney finished fifth in a and still be. I mean I think there are so many layers so many tentacles to this thing. It's hard to read a sale l.. Simple but if you win a follow and if you win you know you're moving. It's as simple as nate. Thank you Roger Your Pinski.
"greg carl" Discussed on Watch What Crappens
"Whatever he had his lunch, break, this, one of those to actually, you know what give me a CAL's zone with one of those little metal those little metal catch-up baked inside of it. 'cause actually some crazy bitch did that last year. They've actually was delicious. It was it was great. It was like a fortune cookie, except like much money interest via teeth. So anyway, so page and Carl sit down next to each other at this at the at the table outside, and they have like a moment where he's like hype. How are you today? I'm Greg Carl. How are you? I'm great. Thank you very much. Wonderful time right now. Thank you, in Hannah's, like your look divorced. Parents. And she's like at yet, we're just doing it for the kids. Yeah. She's like she's like, you know, currently had a great, great time this summer, we just weren't meant to be, you know, the only thing I probably regret. Is that Karl doesn't know how to work a cell phone on Wednesday or that even has one? So the hana's like, all right. Here's our space. We just like wanted to thank you guys can fight. This summer has been my everything it's been like all that tobacco chips or whatever. And Jordan's like this has been incredible. Like you guys have really taught me like who I am. And like where I come from. So thank you. And they're like wet. Well, my story begins my story begins seventeen years ago when I was born I landed in that barn in the back of my parents house. They adopted me I come from another planet. Some might say it's called krypton, it's actually called bone or Thanh. And we've I've learned that I have not allowed to achieve Buner until I'm thirty one in which case, my boner will take over the world and all the women will become slaves to it. That's just my truth. So thanks for listening, guys and yells like wet. Who are you? I still don't even fucking DOE. Who you are? Okay. That's like what half the gas is. Same Danielle wait. Who are you are you in our casts? So then they all start getting wild and Hannah, put some limits in Bubis and Carl's like it's like Lindsay's, fake boobs, except her useful for something, my record, except their next to each other. I'm all right, everyone everyone's everyone's complimenting pages. Table skates like he's a great job page at Hannah's like you're, there are a lot of oranges and peaches like they're lemons. He's on associate yourself with me. When they make fun of Lindsay's boobs. She's like. It's like a lamb being born early. They all do. I feel like the all star going. They all make fun of her. And what's the boy? Right. A belt set the FEC up. So now it's dancy time there, dancing all over the house before they go out. And they're like they're going out and then their home again. Well, I actually love to when they during the dancy time Carl was lying on his bed and Lindsey comes running in and jumps on Carl, and he starts laughing he goes whole whole whole whole whole poll. Oh, oh. Yeah, exactly. How I would expect Carl to have a mighty guffaw? Oh. Oh oh John styles. Good. Good two thirty in the morning. They're coming back from going out there, ten second montage of going out and there's like a sprinkler going off. And it keeps hitting people and Jordan's like, that's the worst, I've gone all summer. And you just know Brexit was like, what? No. This is done. No, let's not. Let's not request a reunion. Let's just end this. Let's end this now. So then we see it's four sixteen in the morning and Carl's just pacing around his room chicken. He's doing this thing like chicken wings out here. It's just miss underwear, like yeah. Pecking around the room. I took it a little co Kenya. So I just wanna make sure this very antiseptic room is ready for my future girlfriend. Stephanie to come Steph. Stagno thanh. Wait a minute. Sound right. Melissa sins mullet. Mullet settings for Melissa funding. Candida Mayberry Mayberry..
"greg carl" Discussed on Opie Radio
"But. Jeez. Repaying. Why? But they really really enjoyed that podcast. I watched. I watched vendors. Oh, how is that? Really? What makes it are you are you a superhero tech fan while that's the only movie you can watch? Now it's only superhero of a chill. There's only two movies that sell now. Right right robot exposure movies, right, superheroes or backhanded social lecturing environment, right? Like giant flow or the ice caps. Melting or dot coms because will do. All right. So that's all that's it. Yeah. Here's a problem with the avengers. So the flight scene was awesome. You know, at the end when all shouldn't it better, be it was the whole movies, a build up for the fight scenes. I mean it was an epic thing right? And then I wish you would end it there, I was crying. You know what I mean? Oh, they had the fake ending where there was more after the big fights in the big fight, and then and then it stopped, and then and then I cried a little bit. You did. All right. Joey Salvi here I wasn't going to jump in on this podcast because the guys were doing just fine by themselves in a noisy kitchen. In fact, if I used anymore noise reduction in this podcast, you wouldn't be of the here. Greg Carl that noisy. But spoiler alert if you've not seen the movie of benders endgame when you plan on doing so you can have to skip the next three four five minutes, because Carl is about to give away the most fucking detailed spoilers. You've ever heard someone give in a podcast and without any warning whatsoever from our host, Greg. And of course, the chef. So it's my job to tell you to skip ahead, four minutes, and thirteen seconds from here because the ironman diamond fucking awesome. That's not good. I remember is the best one because that, you know, the franchise right? Paul rod, his aunt man. Especially when he just looks and acts like Paul Rudd's wrote inside of a fuck superhero. Hey, paul. You're just pulling look. It's Ed we'll. You're just. Pooled running Halloween costume seriously. It change up your acting like everyone else. So intensively Spalding on Shirley road, and he's the one that comes up with the solution, which maybe angry wants you to believe I'm a super year. I mean, if which in turn to dust is all stupid, Paul, Rudd, silly and make sure that the one that you get is this year. Don't don't take anyone that could go. Oh, very good. So good. So the, the old shit is what you're saying. I just thought of something. Avengers. Paul Rudd fucking Paul Rudd making you cry cry soon. I mean died now I'm like, wow. That wanna fuck it moving. Yeah. Then they shoot to iron man's funeral at his house. I don't care now and it was all the superheroes and Paul rod dressed up in like black. Right. And there's said the wreath out to the lake. Meet this part of the movie did it completely gratuitous. Rub course I mean, the people from some Mundi were there. And all all everybody was in Thurman. That's that's insecure producers. Yeah. Because ironman dying pulls at your heart strings ready. You don't have to push all. Yeah. But they pushed it. So now you don't need to do that way. But there's more it was like a sham while fucking commercial. So now a my all right. Wow. What a movie I'm going to get three hours fucking wall. Right. So I'll pump quarter stomaching. I had a Trump cookie at a milkshake triple, an slurpee. I'm on bags Austin's beautiful. Yeah. It's you're all sugared up sugar up in this spat. So then it's like okay, all of a sudden they go into the woods. These flashed to another day. Yeah. And they're sending captain America. Yeah. Back in time, why to get rid of all the stones, right. Okay. I don't care about stones God. You should've kept stills whatever fucked rattle care, of course. So now it's such a hold other movie where captain America goes back to get rid of the stones or whatever. Right. And they're like, all right. He'll be back in five seconds. Because the way time travel works it could be a long time for him. But it can be. Yeah. He doesn't come back. He misses the window. Then they pants the left. And there's an old man sitting on the park bench next to the late. And it's, it's I it's captain America. He decided to stay and with the love of his life, right? Yeah. And be like have a normal light. Right. So then he aged when he came back. Right. And then he's sitting on the bench. So now they're trying to make me cry about captain America. I'm all out of town. We're told your tears at that point man's dead and captain America age, too. Oh, all man. And he takes out this leather bag and gives the black guy, the Hawkeye gives him the shield says it's time you're captain amount. I'm like.
"greg carl" Discussed on Mason & Ireland
"You're in the right state, j you just miss it up. R J you go first this time. Give you harder one. Jay arnold. Palmer. Great golfer. Arnold Palmer LSU. No, do you know any golfer where they went to Mace? Chris paul. No, no. I'll say. University of Illinois. Good guests. No, Greg, Tim Duncan Wake Forest. There you go. Greg Bergman on the board. Wake forest. Did you need Duncan? No. I was thinking Wake Forest, but then that helped I Chris. All right. May she go first this time, correct? Yep. Jason kidd. Oh. Really? Marquette Greg hell. You didn't let me get the good answer out Ramona shelbert. Oh, yeah. All right. J gone it with you would Greg is three Steve S three J bupkus. I'm horrible at this game. I used to be really good at this game with stump the Schwab. All right. Okay. Mason for so j you go or Greg Yuga versus time. Mike me sina. Michigan j Tiger Woods. Can I steal? No, no. I have no idea. Oh, boy Mace. John elway. Stanford. They. All right. Mason is one away from winning it Greg as three and who went I that time. Jay did. Right. All right Mace Napoleon McCallum. For the win. I'll say how about Notre Dame? No, Greg Roger Staubach. I should know this. Yup. I do not know I say hold on. I'm gonna say hurry up, Texas. Jay David Robinson army. Oh name. Nobody got that one. All right. Greg. Carl lewis. Track star Carl Lewis. You. You know, j Clyde Drexler I. Washington. Maze for the win Kemalism on Houston. Here's Ston there. It is. All right. Very I believe you one the alumni game. The last time I Mason is now undefeated in the alumni gave king about turning pro. All right, Jason Kidd. I missed it. I did miss. I should have had that. Because I remember didn't. He engineer a coup while he was got the coach coach fired. Yeah. All right. Play around a fact or fiction fact or fiction toss me a pin their John I will be able to keep score myself. Jay you can play and Greg you can play. All right, number one. In the last sixteen summers. I'm sorry. In the last sixteen summer Olympic Olympics Liechtenstein is the only country to never win any medal last sixteen summer Olympic Olympics Liechtenstein only country to never win any medal. Is that factor is that fiction? John that's fiction. There's gotta be another country that hasn't meddled, Greg. I think that he wants us to think it's fiction, but it's true. We'll break the tide fiction. That is one hundred percent. Lichtenstein only country they metal often in the winter games. But they do not winner do not meddle in the summer. Right. Indian man are June chara holds the Guinness Book of world Guinness Book world record for standing on your head. He did it for one hundred and eighty three days. Greg is a factor fiction. Let's go with fact. Okay. Jay fiction three days. No way that's fiction. Jay, and John are correct. Under native dates on your ten on his. Three. Yeah. You would die from that. All right. Norwegian cross country skier odd Bjorn in. Jim is set. Jim is set says that the reason he didn't win the gold medal in the twenty ten Olympics is because he watched too much porn again. No region cross country skier odd Bure shimmy, set says that the reason he didn't win the gold medal in the twenty ten Olympics is because he watched too much porn J. Corrales is at factories up fiction fiction goes fiction..
"greg carl" Discussed on Opie Radio
"So. Regular Starbucks across the and the. One of the Starbucks in New York, really this is an you're right. This is the new Google Bill. John I'm gonna stop you're in a good spot. And I'm glad I did a Cuban restaurant next to Google corporations. Hire white people he Morten. Fortunately. How to cross because you'll get mad? If you don't cross the street where he wants to go back into Starbucks is a bunch of Asians going in Chinese people with the Basques. Oh, long mile. Let's go check it out Japan automation, Wilkes with one of those ball Rilya. What it's also winter. So people are sick. You can't see their mustache, you think. That's affective. I think it's designed it's it's a coup. So you don't get other people sick. Right. Probably not. But in China they like when you build shin and cough. Like if you sat down and had a plate of pasta, right slipped. You'll spirit your mother would yell at China. They wanna hear Japan if you're eating and that's a sign of respect if you'll slip in the noodles. That's how you're supposed to eat to wrote. What if you slurp Japanese girls pussy, which you get pissed off? Or what are you talking about? What say crazy one of my say crazy Jesus we're gonna hit. My I see that. Now, we're going to homestead can I keep the sinus we walk in at least. Did it was life. This is Tony soprano's of favorite restaurant. I think right. About the actor generally, Tony soprano Phoenix Gandolfini low homestead, I believe a punk. Punk talk. Twist your lame in your book at that. I'm starved. Hey. All right. My lot of continue podcasting in the middle of homestead. All right. Let's just let's. Goldman. It's a good spot up front here, though, Freddie. I like it. Why we stood me in the neck? It'd be nice mic. I mean, I'm sure the I'm sure you can find a reason. I don't know one joy to take it away for the while. We're we're at homestead for once. And Joe you take it away. And then we'll do a time jump, and then we're gonna finish the podcast. Knicks hilarious and chef Carl car. We. All right. Joey take it away. I'll gladly take it back. Greg. I suggest you don't mess with that for any guy crawl doesn't call. Anyone is boss? I can tell just by year in his voice that he's old school and taken any shape from you or anyone by the way, you can get Nick to say, they're magically delicious. I'd use that drop in the future. Even though he's not an actual on and British and speaking of magically delicious. Greg Chinese women really enjoy slurping sounds go back to the US versus chaining size. If you only count actual official China territory, the US is slightly larger, but it's a complicated subject because there's a lot more of China than what's considered official. I think a lot of people confuse size with population as well to put it this way. China has over a billion more people than. US has that's a big difference. Now while Greg Carl Nick, the meat guy and fast, Freddie, break bread. Let's take a call at eight eight eight five zero five Opie, then we'll do a quick time job and catch up with the boys guy. Martin Billy Agricole right now. I wanted today Joey dynamite. Brenda me, all my eagle and going after butter put me in my place and a real man was wrong. And I was wrong buttered. You're the man, and you know that that has been buried for now. Thank you more obeyed Carl I've been into the new episode, and I had to call with this ridiculous. Major league baseball Gruber the whole nine yards. First of all fuck Uber. Come bag girl throw of my car center Dame, Stadio the girl wide that it wasn't her. Even though the video shows her growing up in my fucking murder. Sadie Buber pays me? The next day. Take it out my accounts now hundred fifty dollars like I will not buy Hoover. Again, they're stunned bag customer service in India when you call them, they literally land that you lived on the other hand, we'll take care of you. No matter what you get somebody in America. They fix it. Fix your ratings fix your money. They will fix everything you Hoover down a major league baseball do fucking douchebag. I haven't disabled father. I don't give to flying Funk's. What did they able is called able is? I don't care. You're not hurting my feelings. You're not hurting. My dad feeling you're not hurting ninety nine percent of America's feeling agree. Now, you're gonna change it. And anybody says good for you major league baseball. You're fucking throw to a budget. Pussies, do you know? I don't care you them fuck in Maine. I don't give to fucking shit about. Anything says I don't care if you come up to me and call me every race. Name in the book. I don't care you come up to me. Tell me that my to record it. I don't give a shit cause your hands up. We'll deal with him other than that. You're all bunch of fucking men to fuck up. Don't anyone understand it? Why Trump won could countries of fucking fudge of pussies stable list? Oh my God. What are you doing next making all the fucking players handshake each game? You're lucky fraud. I got a hundred other things, but I'll let you go Joey rapid, I'll wrap it up guys. I love you too. While Sergeant Mark that was a mouthful thank you for that. You got us right back to the dinner. Karl speed this thing up a little bit easy hit it. Are
"greg carl" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology
"Is that it was at your hero growing up with was Carl that you emulate it. Yes. It absolutely was and Carl Palmer who sits as become friend of mine, right? Which is amazing. We did a a drum duet together. And it's on DVD and on top of that he's doing a drum camp in November in Philadelphia that you're gonna be able to go in work with him hands on. And that is something. Everybody needs to go to tell you that right now because I took a lesson with Carl after the day after we did the drum duet at the Olympia theatre Miami, which were student sixteen he. Less than me with a lesson. I imagine you're Kira. And he taught me so much in a few hours that unsterile practicing and I'm not exaggerating. We're going on two and a half years. And I'm still practicing what he showed me see gotta go to this Trump camp. But the point is that I get the welcome back record in look on the back of it. And there's this drum kit. This incredible live concerts shot with Keith in Greg Carl at the kit, and it's larger than life in listen to the record and the drums don't sound like anything I've ever heard, of course, it's caused playing but the stat that Tuncer Tom stainless steel kit had such definition, but yet projection the I with his playing, which is which is really really strong. And of course, lightning fast. I never heard anything like it. And I hear the Trump solo in welcome back, and I'm literally just somewhere between. Tears of absolute ecstatic joy in tears of why the hell am I ever think? In picking up a pair of drums, of course. We've all had those moments. Yeah. Right. So I struggle with that for a long time. I probably still do I still listen to the solo and camp play. But the point is that it was pure inspiration. I actually followed again, I can't tell you why it's just something inside of me actually, followed the lineage of that lung kit. So and at the time there's remember there's six channels of TV at the most right is no able even now. No internet. Yeah. Waiter waiter. No fact, forget it. Remember that action time, but appoint is for media, you had rock magazines and you had once in a blue moon TV if you could even figure out when something was on. And what really TV was even really that big of a deal, and nobody sold videos that title for gathering information, which is what appointed time Carl had that kit. There was no VHS rentals all that that came in the eighties. Really? So Carl sold the kit around ill. He retired the kit around seventy eight seventy nine and he ended up joining Asia. And he was sell the drum kit at Sotheby's, and when the catalog got shift Ringo Starr, saw the catalog in called Carl personally and said will you sell this to me and take it out of the auction? And that's unprecedented. Bernie buddy to take something out of an auction. Because once you once you give it to an auction house. You don't own it anymore even auction, but. It's Ringo as is in its Carl. And so next thing, you know, kits withdrawn and Rangel owns it. So I hear through the renew magazines writes somewhere in the early eighties. Reading cre- magazine says Ringo Starr Carl Palmer stainless steel kit. And now has it for sons up. And so I was on my God while on ever get it. Now, I mean, I couldn't afford it. Then by a long shot, and even if we sold our house, I couldn't have afforded that cat, which we weren't gonna do the base from not big enough to sleep for. And then almost all right up
"greg carl" Discussed on NASCAR Live
"R. n. presents the many hats of Jack rash. This week show is about the struggles of recent years and looking towards the future. I couldn't be more excited about two thousand and ten. I've learned from two thousand nine when I thought was going to be a slam dunk to come back and dominate the mile and a half tracks and and to be in contention for the championship again. And and we just missed attention. So thick, you at homestead speedway. You'd get cut it with a knife. We push him to the NFL. That's all I got is that's hard as I can drive. So I think it's really important to give credit. I gotta thank my teammates. I couldn't have done it without Matt and Greg, Carl. They've really helped me a lot over my career. I feel like we should have done this one hundred races ago, the newest driver and the JJ our lineup going into two thousand and thirteen Matt Kent. But it's obviously elbow winning races and try to win championships. If you look at the way that we are accustomed to running and the things that we do that we're not where we need to be real, shall I call right now shown its way back up. But you know, Greg is two top five finishes fifth, and second so far this year, the moment or race, car driver lips for leading a field at Talladega super. Speedway with big names behind him. Ricky Stenhouse junior in that position the for that five year period, I think that was the extremists ship a lot. Even though the results have unjustified the effort, we've had more speed in our cars and we've got a direction that's going to be clear that will make a better race cars and better racing for our fans going forward. That's all from this week's podcast series m. r. n. presents the many hats of Jack routes. You can download it for free and Moran dot com. And on, I tunes still to come on this car live. We'll explore the new aero package for two thousand nineteen..
"greg carl" Discussed on Skeptiko ï¿½ Science at the Tipping Point
"Waiting for these guys to come pick him up for his special program. But then when he gets there, he sees kids were locked in cages, that's what happens to kids who tell their parents what goes on here. And then he's subjected to this just this horror horror. Yeah. So on street. I mean Streep is the way that he's into entities experiences is the way Jeffrey cripe will pick it up for his traumatic secret piece, which kick started prisoner Infinity, which is the through the troll Mahdi intense distress being subjected to these brutalities, the hands of government, he had his his mirror of expectation shattered, and he began to perceive other realities outside or be on this one and that allowed the visits to gain access to his reality. Somehow businesses, you know, intervened in rescued him. But what's interesting, I think of Casey -nificant in that into petition is the Streep never addresses the question of because he's claims to be nine t in abduction is a physical event supposedly so but he never dresses. Question is whether as a child in that Skinner box being too amended for whatever purposes whether he was physically taken out by the visitors the assumption being he wasn't because you think it would make a point of saying that because it would be so remarkable if he was actually physically rescued by known human beings from the hands of government tortures oversee that significant development. He doesn't address the question. It'll let for I think what cannolis him that he's not a physical intervention, but the psychic won the while his body was being trauma. Not traumatize. He was able to disembodied exterior is dissociate and entrance. This other round where he encountered these things that he later identifies also communion as as this est who has been presenting to the world ever since as you know, in various different ways to taste in presenting. So I mean, this is my key question with prisoner Infinity 'cause I don't feel I made. Anyone is is a quick to adjust. The question of how real the visitors 'cause I just such as like gossiping. How is God? You know? It's just it's just beyond the scope of what I could study. Anyway. So I was just looking at Streep is testimony. So then the question becomes a much subtler question. Relating to you know, to what extent is his experience these businesses and his interpretation of experience compensation to search strategy of traumatized psyche. Does this is generating a reality spout. Fancy pot reality in order to escape unbearable reality. And there might be a lot of overlap with two things that you said, you know, that love to get your comment on that just floored me in listening to this most recent interview with widley on Greg Carl woods exit show, the higher side chats, and he goes at the end of the day, this is much much stranger than we could possibly imagine. And again, it's one of those things that just like a throwaway line. But the way that he said it it just struck me at eleven. Title of maybe it is at that level of impossible to understand no matter which way, we approach it. And it has that as we started this discussion multiple realities both created and imposed beyond our will running through it at the same time that make it really
"greg carl" Discussed on Skeptiko ï¿½ Science at the Tipping Point
"On this episode of skeptical auto understand the whole carbon thing in to the to the extent of the I can really argue for or against it's honest with you. But I put it on hold until we understand it. Right. Oh, great. We should know. Let's just jump into carbon trading because that's what is home for two. I didn't I didn't say that today. That's the beauty of policy. This is again, my point about policy powisy forces us to choose are, you pro Paris agreement or are you against Peres agreement? The really isn't an in-between. Now, you have to say one or the other policy forces a choice. Yeah. And if I had to make that choice, I would say indefinitely in Paris. You don't know. You don't know what the what you what you just said, you you you look at the evidence and you make your best evaluation. There's a difference between the evidence for man-made global climate change. That's one set of evidence. Other evidence is the efficacy of a particular policy and Zach, but what? But you don't seem to have any insider information on the efficacy of Paris. You haven't said one thing you just said, hey, I'm over here in the science item really worried about human CO two therefore fried just jump into the Paris accord. That's what because that's what's offered to me. I don't care. I just have to do anything. That's what I see. Despite what you might think from listening to that clip today show, his very little to do with climate change, or whatever you wanna call it. But I do try to approach this topic that I keep bumping into again. And again, and again, and that's this idea of truth in does the truth even matter, and if it does matter if we are going to play this consensus reality game and pretend that we really can't figure stuff out. Then how do we go about understanding the truth? And how is the truth being revealed to us? You know, I I ran across this clip from from Greg Carl woods excellent show, the higher side chats in his interview with Laird Scranton. And he's talking here about the Doeden this tribe in Africa that doesn't even ever written language, and yet vines it practical to obfuscate the truth. There's a tradition. Oppress teaching students or initiates and that process requires the student to continue to ask pertinent questions to find out the actual truth of things and is a deliberate abuse Gatien, liberated misrepresentation that happens in the early phases of that to misrepresent what the a real figure is or real meaning of a symbolise so forth, for example, publicly the Duggan's say that their festival of serious happens every sixty years. But in practice, the Dominican excuse every fifty years to hold it at your average person doesn't live long enough to realize there's deception happening here. But the purpose of the deception is the hide the fact that that period of the celebration reflects the orbital period of the stars. It's a fifty year orbital period. There disguising at the inner meaning of their tradition by mistaken. So what if that's true? And what if that doesn't always show up with the dog? And what if that shows up with all the secret societies hidden, deep state shadow government stuff? What if people reach a point where they just go. You know, I even going to bother to tell these folks who haven't figured it out to this level. If you're not at this level, then forget it. I'll just give you another version of the truth. And I gotta say that I felt a little bit. Like that in this interview where I was talking to Richard Cox on one hand who has accepted the obvious reality. Some of these things such as extended consciousness in the impossibility of time because of what we know from pre sentiment experiments, and what we know of deer death and auto body experience and is accepted the. Reality of some kind of ET consciousness because we run into it all the time in the end is accepted, the reality of nine eleven there's no way that forty seven story steel structured, building seven falls from couch. Fires and all the other evidence. So there's some folks who just kind of relooked at le- at first. But then get to the point to say. Yeah, I guess that's the truth. And I have to deal with it. And there's some folks that are outside of that truth. And I guess the question is how much do we try in bring those people who are outside of that truth? How much do we bring him in versus how much do we just move on with the parade? So that's one of the things I think you might get out of today's discussion with the very excellent friend of mine. Tim freak who has some awesome things to say despite him not being in my little truth club, which is just my little truth club, anyway, and the. Very excellent Richard Cox, who if you don't know too much about you'll hear more about him in this interview. Hope you enjoy it. Today.
"greg carl" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO
"More often Canucks ten seventy NewsRadio. Good morning, everyone wealth. More clouds this morning. We'll bring things down Eighty-three today. Seventy nine tomorrow eighty one on Sunday, then Monday about the same and then Tuesday Wednesday Thursday chance of rain as we cool down into the low seventies valley's today about low to mid nineties at best that'll come down as well as we head to the weekend with southern California's most accurate and dependable forecast. I'm CBS scarf cap can Canucks ten seventy NewsRadio sixty five in Long Beach, sixty four in riverside, sixty three in Westwood at four seventeen after the teachers you reject it LA unified latest contract. Offer calling it insulting both sides met with a mediator the district. Has offered a six percent raise and smaller class sizes at some schools United teachers LA contents LA unified can afford to do better. Well, there are large reserves. 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"greg carl" Discussed on 1410 WDOV
"The mind is something that's very powerful and we may see manifestations bringing things forward because of all the tensions in puerto rico triple eight six seven three thirty seven hundred that's triple eight six seven three thirty seven hundred we go now to joshua new hampshire hi josh you're on i mean joseph sorry joseph in new hampshire your job go ahead okay so my real name anyway okay yeah you're you do quiet you already mentioned this kind of but i figured it out a little bit you mentioned the chicago mothman i'll man sightings have happened a few months ago or getting for a year ago one little tidbit i that is when i heard about that it was via greg carl would and he mentioned that it was happening along the path of the total solar eclipse and all like so he phrase it in the context of the pacific northwest was on fire the southeast had found attacked by hurricane and then the mid west with had like forty to sixty mcmahon sightings or whatever so possibly that's that's just adds credence to the idea that maybe there's some kind of like cycle or some kind of metaphysical something going on some kind of a i never thought of that after the eclipse we were having the fires which we did we have the fires here in the north west after the eclipse we had a lot of disasters and catastrophes we had the shooting in las vegas we have the fifty seven people that died in las vegas we had some of the worst we've had some of the worst shootings after the eclipse some of the worst things to happen after the eclipse and of course marc man cited over chicago you know this creature this winged creature this angel of death is symbolic of some of the ancient creatures of egypt and how they too were the i guess you would call them the sentinels or or perhaps the the.
"greg carl" Discussed on KOIL
"At aancomconcussion that's aancomconcussion a message from the american academy of neurology dog twelve nutty no duct site in the mould really meth affected sold down the only thing that makes it look the lights is the sum the only thing that makes it the life is the sum the only thing shh shared once again dan michelle wie day day regain immense power with his power we will seize this damaging coming colored our own shh wicket to shrink us blue flood who be busily power outages waste experts say on wednesday denver will be one of the first cities in the us to say let's see who blood moon and the woman that means the moon closer to her so it's all his old la la we good morning the defects old the right was three sms paul i'm quite louise you're listening to ground zero is that night of neither blue moon the lulun becomes book blood red moon i did i we have a great show planned for you of of course the state of the union address happen tonight it happened on a night after logical anomalies and who better to talk about the rotter phoenix who is studying astrology another esoteric art since his 20s he's been on the show before he actually had his own tv show actually uh back in 2013 2014 25 episodes of the eleven house on guy a tv in addition he's worked with the several people he still does radio shows like greg carl woods higher side chats a plan and radio with the randy mogensen emily moyer he's worked with thousands of people over the last ten years uh with clients his methodology of breaking down charts was in such demand that he created his own teaching series a sixteen are video of course the eleven house academy he's a writer teacher radio hosts astrologer social forecaster and we're lucky to have him on the.
"greg carl" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM
"What combat is ed and now was the beginning it was that and i know there wasn't sports talk radio in ninth right 64 but with the expectations after going to three straight nfl championship games height was it like this in a wellknown you sherman had started to dismantle the team okay i don't know how this guy last as long as he did after that avid because he started get rid of guys you've got rid of sam half but he got really illage bonds was a tremendous cornerback created into the browns he trade off the redskins id rosy grier was already gone they already gotten rid of rosy grier forgotten and emma john lovato tear because rosy wants to play on the west coast so he wanted to play with the rand's and plane with the of course with the feeds from forcing their but he's targeting all these guys and that was a you know one of the reasons that things really started to go downhill i don't know how elliara right and are now determined lasted this of two white 1968 who wanna know why because there was no fa n khanna greg carl haas showed the fairbanks was jesters of set one things there i also would back to hold euro marriage would you ask yes i would ask the german version where they see the lead going now because it it will be it's no longer of passing week that rendered the running game mm hmm obsolete you know we had four years ago where you can turn on any station are watching a game they are you don't need assad running back you'll need a go running back i think what you're finding out is that the passing uh aspect of the.
"greg carl" Discussed on Classic Races
"Here's weber rallies back around the outside leffler as still there download out here comes a challenge for the top spot carl edwards says i will wait no longer here he comes charging after greg carl edwards charging on the bottom greg that outside laying sidebyside for the race sleep awful turn to to the back straight away edwards to the bottom firehouses he's how simple supply rick ripple goes to the high side the preferred line hitting bound up on the side as carl edwards the stumps on the button stays right fair inside of the battle again in turn one fully for the second time by the race the leader's lock sidebyside greg vip olivet outside group to the bottom carl edwards sidebyside in the doors will decide by fear of rouse racing ford's going at it for the top spot as lap 167 goes on the board greg beyond carl edwards to the inside they still go doortodoor david rooted right a third has the best seat in the house with one carling behind break before the outside lane carl edwards so the bottom they are still for the third time by walked sidebyside spoke greg griffeth who did leave the last lap may not lead this time much see as edwards comes off the lows sign of the race the drag strip wide front straightaway this time shows edward jones the leader he's now lead fifteen of twenty two races this year on the bush series scheduled edwards fairbanks a leader a half a lap ago what it's pippo by a half a car lengthened the turn number free settlers saddling bottles of instill.