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A Closer Look at Sundar Pichai: From Middle Class Indian Upbringing to Google's Head Honcho

WSJ Tech News Briefing

06:11 min | Last month

A Closer Look at Sundar Pichai: From Middle Class Indian Upbringing to Google's Head Honcho

"Google and its parent company alphabet on the precipice of several major challenges regulators are expected to file antitrust lawsuits as early as this month and other example some faith company isn't as innovative as it used to be. A CEO of alphabet sooner Pechanga will play a key role in how the company navigates the headwinds, and while Pichai, is not nearly as in the spotlight as the other tech leaders. He's already had a long history Google, and by taking a look back, we can try and get some clues about how he might move the company forward a reporter Copeland joins us with an inside look rob. Thanks for joining me. Thank you. So, at the tech hearing before the House antitrust subcommittee earlier, this year Pichai himself as an immigrant sort of the picture of the American dream. And wonder if you could start by telling us more about the Chinese upbringing shore so Definitely outlier in many ways in Silicon Valley perhaps the most famous way that he stands out is that he was born in. India. So he grew up middle-class for India but not necessarily add western standards. He famously talks about growing up and getting in his first. Rotary phone. He is in such an older guy that the technology was just a lot less developed there. So he speaks frequently about the connection that he feels to technology and the knowledge that new technology can really change someone's life. So pettah eventually came to the US for Grad School. How do you find his Google? He worked relatively ordinary corp jobs until he joined Google right after its IPO google was not the Google that it is today it really was just a search engine. Quickly impresses people for his ability to one build consensus, which is true to this day, but also get the job done his first major job at Google. toolbar product. So before there was chrome there actually was an add on on your browser to search google. So his job was to convince companies like Dell when they sold you a laptop to have an automatic google search bar on there. So he's moved through the ranks since then becoming CEO of Google and then last year taking over as alphabet. CEO How did he make his way up the ladder? What's so remarkable is he's been at Google for sixteen years and we even though we're the Wall Street Journal have never done a full profile of him. So a big part of my task for the last few months was really unpacking who he is and how he got to this position and what really emerges is that Google was a place and still is a place with big personalities people who scream at each other people who say we should bet the farm on this or that and what sooner sort of did. was stay in the background, but he was also very careful that whatever he did it worked starting with toolbar but that extends to chrome the browser which he co lead and is now by far the most used web browser one of the big reveals of this reporting for me was that he's a very strategic person. It's not an accident that he stayed in the background for instance, someone who used to report to him. Told me early on in a meeting with with Larry? Page. who was CEO of Google before soon Dr Sooner made sure that they never disagreed in front of Larry. He really didn't want anyone to see any cracks and this also emerges in a lot of the people I spoke to some of whom sooner himself suggested that I speak to. But then when I got on the phone with them, they didn't seem to know him personally well. So he he keeps it very close to the vest. So it sounds like he's pretty deft at navigating the company politics now that he's in the top spot. What's he known for as a leader? So to a man to a woman ever and I spoke to said that sooner has a tendency in the middle of meetings to stand up and begin pacing in the middle of your presentation. He won't say anything necessarily sign that he likes or doesn't like it. It's just signed that he's thinking. So you can imagine people have spent weeks preparing for the CEO and he leaps up in the middle just starts pacing it can be quite disarming frankly this comes back to the criticism. Of Soon Dr to standing up in the middle of meeting and pacing as you think is not necessarily your traditional hey drive the car forward leadership. There's a big knock at Google today it's that and this comes from investors analysts even some executives of the company it's that the company is pretty much operating on autopilot. It makes almost all of its money from online advertising and you don't really have to do much besides sit there and the money comes in adding an extra add to youtube isn't exactly a high level. Decision. So the criticism is that sooner hasn't necessarily made the big move to position Google for the next decade on the other hand. When you have such a head start that Google has just not messing up is a billion dollar proposition. And what about as a coworker? What's he known for that? The best thing that's has going for him is that people genuinely like him in fact, one of his deputies Caesar. Gupta told me he loved sooner Pichai. He said the reason I stayed at Google this long as because of Dr He's someone that I trust. He moved to Jakarta because soon are asked him to. People. Say in this world where everyone is obsessed with Silicon Valley with what is happening in Menlo Park and Palo Alto and San Francisco that soon Dr a truly global outlook that he cares for instance, about Google pay in India where there are many multiples number of people using payment products in there are in the US. But tacitus surly had as much investment and one of the really fun things that is in the story is he's very much a creature of habit. You can imagine your CEO of of Alphabet you're traveling the world whenever he's in Korea he goes to the same burrito place an orders, the same Veggie Burrito. And in this world of he's hard-driving CEOS who appear in TMZ or go through high profile divorces. Everyone says that sooner Chai's legitimately just a kind nice guy.

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Everything is an opportunity, to make a keychain.

Making It With Jimmy Diresta, Bob Clagett and David Picciuto

04:31 min | 3 months ago

Everything is an opportunity, to make a keychain.

"Delivery of you, said sixty sheets of plywood that you don't need. Is that what she said? I got. We ordered About five thousand dollars with cloud in all different thicknesses, because those those bullet trailers that I made a few months or I guess about a month ago, each one of them privately. Fifteen sheets of plywood. And various wait wait. Each one takes fifteen sheets. A would yeah. It's. About twelve or fifteen I forget the exact number. Have it all written down, but? In various various amounts of this tons of wood leftover, but from looking at like broad pieces. Fit Course. The trailers are over four feet in every direction, so that means I have to use like a full peace. To, get like. A four by five foot piece. Then I got a scam it in with another, so it's. It's a complicated mass which have sorted out. And I had. Had it scheduled to make eight more. And so we got delivers just got. I got fenders from trailer company. They just came yesterday. That's probably five hundred dollars trail offenders. And then I got the call. It says the job is on hold. And so. I got I got sheets of Walnut plywood sheets of. Of Oakland I would regular but so now I gotta figure out like I'm thinking I'm just GonNa make ten thousand keychains. would. Everything on my website I was just GonNa be ten thousand different types of keychains. No, the job has been put on hold. It's not completely over in the and then my my client said I don't work directly for bullet I work. People are always curious and I guess I can play the separate. Now I worked for great crew guys. And if I even want to go back further, and we're just starting to show I. Talk about this later, but everybody wants to know how I got in touch with bullet. How did I get a bullet as a client and it's really interesting I. always tell everybody when I give them advice. Just go forward and just don't over. Think anything you never know where the next clients gonNA come from I. Got I got my hammered TV show because my good friend Ramey cut the hair of an executive that was getting married because she was a stylist, she was working on one of the executives. Wedding party. She was a stylist and she's like Oh you work at HDTV. My friend Jimmy just had a TV show on fx networks. Oh really. Oh, yeah, he makes videos having sunny something and that's how I got hammered so the point and make it as as you never know where it's GonNa. Come from. I was working at make magazine. Everybody knows that for many many years made over hundred videos of make magazine. In the guys on the bullet team that hire me all the time will looking for somebody to make things on stage and they just google make. Make magazine was the top hit wrote to make magazine Editors Hey. Do you know anybody could make something in front of a live audience disavow? I think Jimmy can do that, so they sent the link to me. This is twenty thirteen, so they sent a link to me and a couple of other people in ended up. Working with those guys at that event and ever since, and that's how I got bullet Bourbon through magazine, which is so weird I. think roses like. Anyway, so the team they're the proof media, and they are a subcontractor that does events. And they host events and they they basic they by producers team of producers, but mostly for live events in store. Displays so when they're going to a program of these trailers. These guys figure out all the logistics and they hire them to do that. They've worked for a couple of different companies. Outside of liquor business at done some other stuff for them that but. They handled Dickel George Dickel Whiskey, which is what I was working on initially and then over the bullet Bourbon. That's just another part of their client lineup and. We worked on a couple of things. Tanqueray worked on a Crown Royal. And Anyway. The head honchos the upper management, said they WANNA put the trailer program on hold for a minute because they want to figure out some legalities different markets, and so it may kick back up on being optimistic, and so they might guys in between, and they said the we'll just take a week and figure this out. If, not you know. Let's say it doesn't happen. Just put you five thousand dollars worth of plywood. Eight cents a trailer fenders

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"head honcho" Discussed on Sam Talks Technology

Sam Talks Technology

07:45 min | 6 months ago

"head honcho" Discussed on Sam Talks Technology

"Be quite smelly scientists has amazing idea and he meets the only buyer who then connects into guy he's got some money and. Where you have these different influences coming in interesting things happen. That's Interesting about a lot since. And again, if I looked to my friends from Dharam Day, old getting off to the city and be clever but just competing against each other or the adding much night the world. Said from the word go I wanted this place where is a real massive people at and Lawson? These same. This is a very long winded also crash. mega will say a degree in folded new VANC- how those so we had everything from. against. Will right next residences equality of political instances as some Tory scandal down there Taurean. You he was bugged by Labor guy he What was going on and the next day on the scandal in the papers Tom Watson needs to come down. Took a Lena. Trying to think a Liberal Democrats we did. But but it was a mix of what was going on in Westminster. We had. A space. The famous supposing that with the Duran Duran Bristles Causey. When the next morning I dot the Evening Standard and Lee Table The eight best parties in London that night number four was the official British was posse number one would see Duran Duran Pasi at Adam. Street. Nesher winning the premiership is just unbelievable. carcasses we had we had also defect question sort of Nice Lady parties getting on and. Another strands club was we are. In the middle of the West End, say hello actors he came down. Woody Harrelson, trying to think of the other people. I need still is my mention centuries to remember. He will great people came then. When you look at something like Soho House now. So House London New York La Wherever else I'd have tab house town. Did. You ever think that you could grow out in streets into something like that was ever in your aspiration. Yeah. I would not I think if you look at us as Samantha's narrative. Is that we were the Georgian version of we work. Because we have stop says and a co working space, and we we were the first people to to really. Properly in London. And if you look at other people just look at sex side of things say the office creep regis to the degree away from this but we were is has expanded of Sleet Berry Colston. threesome quite. Strange Britain's passes but you can see the demand is that I think unfortunately, we are in the situation where. And I still don't see how we could have out of this week we say in hope to the bank. We couldn't really take what was a great concepts. And get any other investors in because I just look at the balance sheet will. Why are we GONNA go. and. So there's there's never I would love to done that. Yes. And I think he can really really well, and if you look at people like said the office great run by Olsen. Fabulous modern buildings, modern design beasley tailored to to looking after. Some of what he in an office environment as a customer instead of his attendant. But that's that's absolutely Wish I've been able to do that. So. What happened to out in the street? Then it open sort of two thousand and one has a club Yup? Office Ocean ninety-nine Club in two thousand, one, we in two, thousand, eight say my. I was GONNA. Say GotTa be well that we would stop paying dance of the deaths in the company. Will we'RE GONNA get. Pretty. Black or white situation. And say I spend. A Lotta time looking at that second situation if we do go bust actually hopefully including position to. Try and preempt that by. Getting a fresh investor board. Is a friendly invested. He's GonNa come in. Invest in the fields the property, but will say the fact that we're making way more guys around. And I thought that that was going to happen two thousand and as ready. Milli did happen two, thousand, eight. We're GONNA have the crash in two thousand eight but we can't gay until twenty twelve. And I'm s find a win. The bank said look. Wind this up. And I'm trying to. An. Institutional investor was worth eight hundred million US pretty. Good? We had something diligence and put in a bid to buy buildings. Ship. But in the end the building go so to the Reuben brothers heroes in the top five in the richest. And and that was out something is a gamble I may or may not be able to take data on. I lost again. It's a shame. I'm just thinking. Did you really Mulkey Adam Street at the beginning? Was it word of mouth I? Mean I never remember how I had about it but I do remember just being told about it. A I. I think institutionally bad marketing. Much for mass. But what I? Long. Guarantee Look of the what is your permit interior decoration point of view. What is it about club? That makes people once guys except mocked he's. Actually there's this really weird thing about. Private Mendez cloud is you serve Moxy I think he can mock said but. That allowed me the excuse assertion being anymore thing. But I have to find other ways thing it's I remember getting to trump the mets club. Yep Yep. So that was A. The hanging is in the late ninety s early northeast Jus- apart lane. And Gang. That what is it about this place? It makes a special. Day and it was. It wasn't very exciting. From Interior design the. Actually, the thing thing that really makes a club is the people is his house radio, but actually you get to come skin people you didn't see the amazing. So I had a problem because I have been at seve tennis names analogy Nunu in London just had this amazing building and I thought Okay Oregon tank for myself like a beautiful woman. Wants to have sex but doesn't want to necessarily shines buys a team much because if you have three license than that's quite a special thing in London. So gently. This Actually. It turned out that I had a friend. Of Mine Natalie, his instrumental in setting up and she was talking this is dot com days. She was talking about how she can set up virtual drug. And I said well, why you going to set up a visual coverage? Great friend. WHO MINED FROM FROM SCHOOL Shows. Chomping Ladies College, and one of the best friends is go with amy amy stepmother's fe. Mash his eating sounded restaurant critic. She's not married to Tim Bevan. He runs working title films. And and I said, wow, that's amazing. Comebacks why you set up a pro club if that's the case said, well, you know very difficult find quite expensive. As his wit but I've actually got a club coming..

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Antonio Vivaldi 3: Violin Concertos Through the Ages

Classics for Kids

05:04 min | 6 months ago

Antonio Vivaldi 3: Violin Concertos Through the Ages

"Some people love to show off or perform in front of other people. A concerto is a piece of music. Which one or more solo instruments get to show off in front of a larger group of instruments and also in front of an audience? The starring instrument in Vivaldi's Four Seasons concertos is the violin. The violin was invented over a hundred years before Vivaldi came along but not the concerto concertos for Solo instruments were born in Italy in the late. Sixteen hundreds soon composers in other countries wanted to write concertos in the Italian style. Johann Sebastian Bach Pot himself to compose concertos by copying out the Valdis music as he copied out the parts box. Study what he had done and how he had done it based on that. Bach wrote his own concertos for most of his life. Franz-josef Haydn held a job that involved composing music for the Court Orchestra that he conducted in Haydn's Day conductors didn't stand in front of the orchestra waving their arms. The way they do today back then. The head Honcho violinist or concert master. Who is a member of the orchestra was also the conductor so heighten was also a very good violinist and wrote concertos for his instrument by the Time Felix? Mendelssohn came along. The conductor of an orchestra didn't play in it anymore. When Mendelssohn became conductor of one of the best orchestras in Europe. He hired his good friend segment. Davi to be the concert master head. Honcho violinist then. Mendelssohn wrote a concerto for his friend to play. Mimbo Cement Dhabi also helped popularize an earlier violin concerto. One by Ludwig van Beethoven Beethoven's Concerto never caught on during his lifetime which may have been because at the first performance of the piece. The violinist hadn't bothered to learn his music. He was sight reading seeing the music. For the first time. Which you're not supposed to do in concert. People don't sight read Beethoven's Concerto in performance anymore some violin concertos got labeled unplayable. Because they haven't found the right violinists to play them. The first violinist Tchaykovsky asked to perform his Concerto. Said it couldn't be done turns out he was thrown. It makes sense that the history of Violin concertos follows. The history of great violinists Joseph. Yokneam was the greatest violinist in Europe in the last half of the nineteenth century was happy to give advice on how to get around the violin to composers. Who wanted to write concertos for him? Like Max Bro. Up until recently most great violinists also wrote concertos for themselves to play. Not many of them do that anymore today. But Mark O'connor does you can definitely hear bits of folk music which is what. Mark O'Connor grew up playing in the PC calls his fiddle concerto. Fiddle is what folk and country musicians call the

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Johann Sebastian Bach 1: About Johann Sebastian Bach

Classics for Kids

04:53 min | 8 months ago

Johann Sebastian Bach 1: About Johann Sebastian Bach

"One of your parents doctor or lawyer and maybe as far back as they can remember everyone in their family has gone into the same profession while that's how it was with the Bach family all of them were musicians Johann. That's German for John. Sebastian Bach was born in sixteen eighty. Five in the German town of is enough. His father was the official town musician. There by the time was ten. Both his parents had died so he went to live with his older brother. Who was also a musician? Of course Johann Sebastian. Bach turned out to have very fleet fingers. He played a mean violin and by the time he was eighteen. He had a job as an organist. Bach held three main jobs over the course of his life. You can tell where he was working by. What kind of music? He wrote the first box. Big Jobs was official. Court organist for the Duke of Weimar so a lot of box great organ. Music comes from early on in his career. That Weimar job also had box serving as concert master. The head Honcho violinist of the Duke's orchestra when the Duke of Weimar decided not to make him conductor of the Orchestra. Bach was pretty unhappy. Then a visiting prince offered a job directing his orchestra but when Bach tried to quit his job in Weimar. The dukes said no way he even threw in jail for a month to try and make its point but it didn't work when Bach got out of jail. He headed straight to the town of curtain to work for the prince the prince had a wonderful orchestra so Bach wrote lots of instrumental music. While he was in curtain eventually balk moved onto his last job at the Saint. Thomas Lutheran Church. In the city of Leipzig. His title was cantor. That's what they called the choir and music director and it was a huge job box trained singers organized music for several churches in town and for the University of Leipzig and he composed new music every week for services at the Saint Thomas Church most of Bach's great choral music was written in Leipzig the choir at the Saint Thomas. Church still performs box music every week. One of the coolest things I ever got to do was sit in the church where Bach worked and listen to the choir sing. His music while Bach was alive. No one outside the towns in Germany where he worked had heard of him and people thought of him as just another working musician after he died people pretty much forgot about him until a century later when another composer Felix Mendelssohn dug out some of Bach's music and performed it after that the whole world recognized what a genius had been and Faulk may even be recognized beyond this world in nineteen seventy seven scientists sent the unmanned voyager spacecraft off to explore the galaxy. They put examples of the best that planet Earth had to offer on board and one of those examples was a recording of Johann Sebastian box. Brandenburg Concerto number.

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5 Music Podcasts You Need to Hear This Week

Feedback with EarBuds

02:42 min | 10 months ago

5 Music Podcasts You Need to Hear This Week

"This week's theme music a worthy lifelong companion. The curator is Paul or fiscal. The head Honcho music matters much newsletter. Here's why Paul chose this theme he says music is one of life's great joys. Don't ever take it for granted. Granted don't let it wash over you dive in with both ears and your whole brain whenever possible. Here are the podcast and episodes chosen by Paul. Monday's episode comes from Song Explorer and is called Aimee Mann patient zero. It's nineteen minutes long in this episode. Listeners owners are granted a backstage pass to the magical mysterious songwriting process with one of the best song. Writers of her generation. Tuesday's episode comes from Sound Opinions Gins and is called Opinions on Tool Lana del Rey and more farewell to Reco- CASICK and Daniel Johnston. It's fifty eight minutes long in this episode. pull up a bar stool and hang out for a while with a couple of highly intelligent highly opinionated music critics and friends. You'll always be better off for it. Wednesday's episode comes from Pri Arts and entertainment and is called. American icons crossroad blues. It's twenty minutes long in this episode. Robert Robert Johnson is more myth than man at this point. Change that perspective for yourself by listening to this fascinating podcast episode. It explores both the legend and the reality of the mysterious mysterious Blues Guitarist. WHO AS LEGEND HAS IT quote made a pact with the devil end quote down at the crossroads Thursday's episode is from strong songs songs and is called Mr Blue Sky by electric light orchestra? It's thirty five minutes long in this episode. Musician Kirk Hamilton. Is that fun. Super super talented friend. Every true music lover wishes they had in this incredibly entertaining. podcast Kirk presents a strong to his listeners and peels it back layer by layer air to reveal. Exactly what makes the Selecta tune just so special and appealing. You'll never hear Mr Blue Sky quite the same way again promise. Friday's episode comes from the Beatles Anthology podcast and is called Anthology one. It's twelve minutes long in this episode no narrator just an amazing exhaustive dip collection of audio clips of the Fab. Four check out the first of this eighteen episode twenty eight our podcast in addition to hearing from John Paul George and Ringo listeners. Listeners are treated to tons of song snippets from whatever time period. The lads are discussing at the moment a brilliant and intimate historical document of the most famous band ever. Those are the podcast recommendations chosen by Paul for this week's theme music a worthy lifelong companion.

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"head honcho" Discussed on Bangarang Radio

Bangarang Radio

03:14 min | 1 year ago

"head honcho" Discussed on Bangarang Radio

"Mike, Mike, you want to get what I get what do. One of them. Donna bring down with more at night. What? Mike thanking. But now you have. Right. Remove the cancer by the moments are no longer a band. But Helen amazing band back in the day. If you wanna hear that you're going to go all the way back to your mice base account, you can find that at my space dot com forward.

"head honcho" Discussed on Pop-Punk & Pizza

Pop-Punk & Pizza

16:55 min | 1 year ago

"head honcho" Discussed on Pop-Punk & Pizza

"But I know that if you search the moments, we are the cancer or excuse me, the moment, remove the cancer that will bring you to one of our videos and then also the moments congratulations universe you win. We did. Okay. I do I do remember there being at least a couple of music videos. You guys did. I do that. Yeah. Four five of you can find most of them still the one that we did for kids sick kids, dick the murder scene for some reason, I can't, but I think the guy that did the video he was the only one that headed I'm is usually pay. But believe it, but it was kind of a student project, video still a lot of fun. You know, just one of those things where he was learning editing and things like that. So it'd be nice to have all that stuff. So do that. And then yeah, and actually still remember him. He's the guitar player. One of the guitar players. Well this again. Still fill. Yes. See the woman glasses. And he and they both were classes Bill is just the quieter one. Now, one of them was a teacher, right? Yeah. Nate Nathan mate was the teacher. Yeah. He's still is teacher. He's that, that is Nate is the teacher mates. The man. He's, he's a very good teacher. So. Yeah. And the yeah. Very driven. Very smart guy. I remember talking to them when morning after a show when you guys crashed it at our house, and he was just telling me about. And I, I'm trying to remember it for some reason, there's two things to stick on my mind. He was like one he was either, like a special needs teacher or mathematics. Was it either one of those? Well, no right for okay, Phil, Phil. Phil worked with special needs kids, and worked with he was always high school kids worked with high school kids doing this Maddox. Yeah. And they made. So. And you know, teaching at a. On rock for. He's very he was two kids. It's got a little bland, little girl and the. Doing his thing. So them fill is actually getting married this coming September. So I'm going to go back to for that wedding. And I'm sure I'll see the other guys Julio at the winning two. Yeah. So that'll be a good time. Yeah. September illinois's, always a nice time to be back at the, you know, it's time to go to the apple orchard, and it's get some apple apple cider doughnuts in there you go on up, see everybody. Yeah. Curlers leave. Yeah. Yeah, it is a good time to come back and you know, it, it was just so bizarre. Because when I was, you know up in Rockford. That was about a. Yeah, it was about a month ago now. And you know it was snowing it was snowing in Rockford. And, you know, usually April can have some really nice days, but this particular day was not so nice. Yeah. So I just. Yeah. I hope I hope there's good weather when you come back that good fall, whether like you're talking about. Yeah. Last few years ago was in it was Tober or something like that. In the seventies. Oh, yeah. Which was I, I can't complain about seventy degree weather, but it was one of the things that really hopeful really opened for some sweatshirt weather. Right. You know. You know, have some, you know, just enjoy like the sun was really beating down and stuff like that got up into the eighties, one of the days this isn't. It's. Looking for listening? I'm complaining about the weather being nice. Yeah. That's the only thing I got to complain about my life's pretty good. I was gonna say, yeah. It's definitely not bad at all. So let's so we talked about the moment which I we I know we could talk forever about the moment just because that's how we met, and that's still just one of my favorite bands to this day from that whole, you know that whole scene. And I guess, to describe I'm trying to describe how I would describe the moment because you guys had this. I feel like a unique sound it was blended with so many different. I feel like it was blended with so many different influences, because I remember just having conversations with you. I think you saw that I had a less than Jake t shirt on one day and you like lifted up your arm, and showed me, you're less than Jake tech to. And so then we started talking about how much we love this than Jake. But like the moment obviously sounds nothing like less than Jake. But there is some like some punk influence to that. But also just like hosts hard core. But then there's all this, the sense in the program beats and everything. I just how did you guys categorize yourselves? It was. It's one of those things that's. 'cause I personally got compared a lot to the way that Tim from Ryan against I got compared to him a lot. Really? He's saying, so yeah. Like when when I would. In. It wasn't the way that the moments sounded. But it was the way that when people listen to rise against. They said he kinda sounds like I kinda sound like him is what they are. Yeah. Yeah. Tim's amazing singer and I feel weird like comparing myself to him. But you know it's just one of those things like, I'm kinda just repeating, what other people were saying, but yeah, so it was kind of, you know, like, yeah, it was a weird thing that was like, well, we got compared to, like death from above nineteen seventy nine in fear before the March of flames. And oh yeah, that's rings like that. Those bands. None of us ever listened to those fans. We really liked the Saint was a large influence on us. And kind of dance style. You know, we took a little bit more of a I guess Tunc approach punk style approach instead of liked the dance style approach that the thing had. So we weren't doing the straight ahead, you know, beets and things like that, you know, we tried to I don't know. It was stem. I'm just having trouble. Like, maybe that's why we didn't. We, we couldn't fit into a box. So that's maybe, why would. Yeah. From what we were. So I'd say that's pretty. It's pretty accurate. I guess I was just trying to give description for, you know, people who are who are listening that don't know. And hopefully one day we'll get that stuff back up online and people can check it out again. Yeah. Yeah. When just wondering when is, when do you normally? So we're interviewing today on Saturday, when do you normally publish your will? I've been doing just because my life is so crazy right now. I've actually only been doing one episode month for the most part. Sometimes have been doing more than that. But lately, it's just been one. So this one, I'm going to be putting out hopefully like this coming Tuesday. So that's the plan. Okay. Yeah. All right. Well, I can. I can talk to Elliot and have him with something before that. This. He's, I'm sure. Yeah. Elliott's guns pretty cool little boy as well. Yeah. They, they got a little too, so really pretty awesome. It's, it's, it's really cool. You know, just own my friends back home to seeing them becoming parents. And the, you know, just the way everybody. Yeah. You know like the way everybody. Evolved and things like that, you know, we were all just hanging out the ball or, you know, running around ride bikes together and things like that, having fun cigarettes. You know drinking too much whiskey doing all that. Now, everybody's you know, of at six AM and get kids and, you know, you know, just yeah. Crazy life's. Yeah. Cool. How awesome life is. It really is. I'm happy for, for Elliot because I always thought he was a stand up guy. So. Yeah. He's one of. Definitely rate. Well, let's talk about head honcho head honcho. I loved what I've heard so far. And you know, you're, I when I first started listening, I'm like, okay, this is this is definitely PJ. And thank you. And obviously, I mean that in a good way because I've always loved your vocals. So how did I'm trying to remember how did the move to, to Washington come about? Tunes ninety years old, and she has she had she turned ninety years old eight years ago. So, and then she had has six kids three boys, three girls, and I have an uncle lives out here. So we went birthday dinner for her in, in Rockford. And why uncle who lives here, just ask that sitting, what are you doing these days and go play music? And I was working for the Budweiser distributor in town and kinda bartended on the weekends. And you know, it wasn't doing much owes single at the time and things like that. So, you know, nothing really, you know, just kind of hanging out he said, well, you should come and check out Seattle. So few months later, I came. Checked it out to a two week vacation from my job and just came out here and worked for him doing working on boats, so insulating, the engines votes and things like that. And then, then a couple of months later, I just I came back after the two weeks and son. Yeah. You know, it might not work out. But, you know, I know I'll kick myself if I come up here, don't come out and try it at least. Yeah. So who dealt? In April of that year and then have been here ever since. So. So I make it back from time to time. But yeah, so and then in that eight years, I got married and then I get divorced and some sorry to hear that. That's okay. You know, we're still friendly with each other. And that's good. I don't wish anything but the best for her. So, you know, just things don't work out. She moved down, she's living in Texas, Mexico area doing hurt sitting. Yeah. So, and then yeah, I guess a travel around the world with working on boats from my uncle's company, and then that didn't didn't work out after about five years, I needed to move. So right now, I'm doing the same type of work insulating buildings and both see things like that. But I'm more confer union company and yeah, I love it. So you're probably making pretty good money. I would assume if you're doing union. Yeah. Yeah. We, we get paid pretty well. And it's nice to have, you know, it's nice to be part of the union have a, you know, other people that have your backing things like that. When the problem or you know, there's never if there's ever any safety issue, or ends like that. Yeah. It's. Working unions grape, it's a life changing experience. Yeah. That's, that's the citizen careerwise have ever made. That's what I've always heard. I've never worked for a union yet. So. But how does how does one insulate a boat then? I'm curious. How does that does that work like the you're like around the engine or? Yeah. So you do the engine or the a lot of times the exhaust pipes of the engine. So the, the engine, it's. The exhaust. It's hot so you have space to fiberglass matting around the pipes. And then you have a silicon cloth that goes around that, that's one way to do it. Otherwise, there's a. You know, cyber glass plate covering. There's calcium silicate. There's all sorts of different different ways to do it. And then, sometimes you just do the walls, to, you know, people come and say, shin from coming in or keeps the heat from going out of the building the boats or keeps the cold or the heat from coming in. So do refrigeration systems rent the places wherever to keep the, you know, cold in or the told. Yeah, one of the so wow. Wow. Yeah. It's, it's, it's a neat job. It's every day. Saying that's really good. 'cause. You know, I mean, I'm sure you can tell from this conversation, I like to own different subjects. But hey I also like to like jump around different different projects Elsa. Yeah. Same here, man. I'm for me. Yeah. No, I'm the same way. So how long had you been out there when you started head honcho, or was that was that the first project, you started out there, or has have there been a couple because I know I know I've kind of lost touch with, with that, since he moved out there. Will I mean here and they'll cheer a year? And. In rating seasons. Unless all didn't really know how to put myself in inject myself into music scene out here. I mean there is. Very good music scene, but I just didn't know how to do it. You know. I didn't have a network of friends like did back in or even the mid west. Right. At work d-actually. He was looking for another company and he said, oh, my band's playing this place. I went to go see him. And I just told him after that or something using punk rock band. Okay said, hey, you know you know anybody that's looking for a guitar player or singer. You know, let me know. In. Few weeks later. He was trimmer, actually came up to me after they got them playing another show said. I heard..

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"But believe it, but it was kind of a student project, video still a lot of fun. You know, just one of those things where he was learning editing and things like that. So it'd be nice to have all that stuff. So do that. And then yeah, and actually still remember him. He's the guitar player. One of the guitar players. Well this again. Still fill. Yes. See the woman glasses, and he and they both were classes Bill is just the quieter one. Now, one of them was a teacher, right? Yeah. Nate Nathan mate was the teacher. Yeah. He's still is teacher. He's that, that is Nate is the teacher mates. The man. He's, he's a very good teacher. So. Yeah. And the yeah. Very driven. Very smart guy. I remember talking to them when morning after a show when you guys crashed it at our house, and he was just telling me about. And I, I'm trying to remember it for some reason, there's two things to stick on my mind. He was like one he was either, like a special needs teacher or mathematics. Was it either one of those? Well, right for okay. Phil, phil. Phil worked with special needs kids and worked with. He was always high school kids, worked with high school kids doing Maddox. Yeah. And they made. So. And you know, teaching at a. On rock for. He's very he was two kids. It's got a little bland, little girl and the. Doing his thing. So them fill is actually getting married this coming September. So I'm going to go back to annoy for that wedding. And I'm sure I'll see the other guys Julio at the winning two. Yeah. So that'll be a good time. Yes. Timber illinois's always a nice time to be back in the, you know, it's time to go to the apple orchard and. Yeah, it's get some apple apple cider. Doughnuts in there. You go on up. See everybody. Yeah. Others believe. Yeah, yeah, it is a good time to come back. And you know, it it was just so bizarre. Because when I was, you know up in Rockford. That was about a. Yeah, it was about a month ago now. And you know it was snowing it was snowing in Rockford. And, you know, usually April can have some really nice days, but this particular day was not so nice. Yeah. Yeah. So I just. Yeah. I hope I hope there's good weather when you come back that good fall weather like you're talking about. Yeah. Last few years ago was in it was Tober or something like that. In the seventies. Oh, yeah. Which was I, I can't complain about seventy degree weather. But it was one of the things that really hopeful is really opened for some sweatshirt weather. Right. You know. You know, have some, you know, just enjoy like the sun was really beating down and stuff like that. Got up into the eighties. One of the day is this isn't. It's not. Looking for. But listening. I'm complaining about the weather being nice. Yeah. That's the only thing I got to complain about my life's pretty good. I was gonna say, yeah. It's definitely not bad at all. So let's so we talked about the moment which I can I know we could talk forever about the moment just because that's how we met, and that's still just one of my favorite bands to this day from that whole, you know that whole scene. And I guess, to describe I'm trying to describe how I would describe the moment because you guys had this. I feel like a unique sound it was blended with so many different. I feel like it was blended with so many different influences, because I remember just having conversations with you. I think you saw that I had a less than Jake t shirt on one day and you like lifted up your arm, and showed me, you're less than Jake tech to. And so then we started talking about how much we love this than Jake. But like the moment obviously sounds nothing like less than Jake. But there is some like some punk influence to that. But also just like hosts hard core. But then there's all this, the sense in the program beats and everything. I just how did you guys categorize yourselves? It was. It's one of those things that's. 'cause I personally got compared a lot to the way that Tim from Ryan against I got compared to him a lot. Really? He's saying, so yeah. Like when when I would. In. It wasn't the way that the moments sounded. But it was the way that when people listen to rise against. They said he kinda sounds like I kinda sound like him is what they are. Yeah. Yeah. Tim's an amazing singer and I feel weird like comparing myself to him. But you know it's just one of those things like, I'm kinda just repeating, what other people were saying, but yeah, so it was kind of, you know, like, yeah, it was a weird thing that was like, well, we got compared to, like death from above nineteen seventy nine in fear before the March of flames and, oh, yeah, that's right. Like that. Those vans. None of us ever listened to those fans. We really liked the Saint was a large influence on us and. There kind of dance style. You know, we took a little bit more of a I guess Tunc approach punk style approach instead of liked the dance style approach that the thing had. So we weren't doing the straight ahead. You know, beets and things like that, you know, we tried to I don't know. It was I'm just having trouble. Like, maybe that's why we didn't. We, we couldn't fit into a box. So that's maybe, why would. Yeah. From what we were. So I'd say that's pretty. It's pretty accurate. I guess I was just trying to give a description for, you know, people who are who are listening that don't know. And hopefully one day we'll get that stuff back up online and people can check it out again. Yeah. Yeah. When just wondering when is, when do you normally so we're interviewing today on Saturday, when do you normally publish your will? I've been doing just because my life is so crazy right now. I've actually only been doing one episode month for the most part, sometimes have been doing more than that. But lately, it's just been one. So this one, I'm going to be putting out hopefully like this coming Tuesday. So that's the plan. Okay. Yeah. All right. Well. I can talk to Elliot and have him with something before that. This. He's, I'm sure. Yeah. Elliott's guns pretty cool little boy as well. Yeah. They, they got a little too, so really pretty awesome. It's, it's, it's really cool. You know, just own my friends back home to seeing them becoming parents. And the, you know, just the way everybody. Yeah. You know like the way everybody. Evolved and things like that, you know, we were all just hanging, or, you know, running around ride bikes together and things like that, having fun cigarettes. You know drinking too much whiskey doing all that. Now, everybody's you know, of at six AM and get kids and, you know, you know, just yeah. Crazy life's. Yeah. It's cool. How awesome life is. It really is. I'm happy for, for Elliot because I always thought he was a stand up guy. So. Yeah. He's one of tanks. Definitely rate. Well, let's talk about head honcho head honcho. I loved what I've heard so far. And you know, you're, I when I first started listening, I'm like, okay, this is this is definitely PJ. And thank you. And obviously, I mean that in a good way because I've always loved your vocals. So how did I'm trying to remember how did the move to, to Washington come about? Tunes ninety years old, and she has she had she turned ninety years old eight years ago. So, and then she had has six kids three boys, three girls, and I have an uncle lives out here. So we went birthday dinner for her in, in Rockford. And why uncle who lives here, just ask that sitting, what are you doing these days and go play music? And I was working for the Budweiser distributor in town and kinda bartended on the weekends. And you know, it wasn't doing much owes single at the time and things like that. So, you know, nothing really, you know, just kind of hanging out he said, we, you should come and check out Seattle so few months later, I came. Checked it out to a two week vacation from my job and just came out here and worked for him doing working on boats, so insulating, the engines votes and things like that. And then, then a couple months later. I just I came back after the two weeks and son. Yeah. You know, it might not work out. But, you know, I know I'll kick myself if I come up here, don't come out and try it at least. Yeah. So who don't? In April of that year and then have been here ever since. So. So I make it back from time to time. But yeah, so and then in that eight years, I got married and then I get divorced and some sorry to hear that. Around. That's okay. You know, we're still friendly with each other, and that's good. I don't don't wish anything but the best for her. So, you know, just things don't work out. She moved down, she's living in Texas, Mexico area doing hurt sitting. Yeah. So, and then yeah, against travel around the world with working on boats from my uncle's company, and then that didn't didn't work out after about five years. I just needed to move. So right now, I'm doing the same type of work insulating buildings and both see things like that. But I'm more confer union company and yeah, I love it. So you're probably making pretty good money. I would assume if you're doing union. Yeah. Yeah. We, we get paid pretty well. And it's nice to have, you know, it's nice to be part of the union have a, you know, other people that have your backing things like that. When the problem or you know, there's never if there's ever any safety issue, or ends like that. Yeah. It's. Working unions. Great. It's a life changing experience. So. That's that's the season careerwise of ever made. That's what I've always heard. I've never worked for a union yet. So. But how does how does one insulate a boat then? I'm curious. How does that does that work like the you're like around the engine or? Yeah. So you do the engine or the a lot of times the exhaust pipes of the engine. So the, the engine, it's. The exhaust. It's hot so you have space to a fiberglass matting around the pipes. And then you have a silicon cloth that goes around that, that's one way to do it. Otherwise, there's a. You know, cyber glass plate covering. There's calcium silicate. There's all sorts of different different ways to do it. And then, sometimes you just do the walls, to, you know, people come and say, shin from coming in or keeps the heat from going out of the building, or the boats or keeps the cold or the heat from coming in. So do refrigeration systems rent the places wherever to keep the, you know, cold in or the told. Yeah, one of the so wow. Yeah. It's, it's, it's a neat job. It's every day is saying that's really good. 'cause. You know, I mean, I'm sure you can tell from this conversation, I like to own different subjects that. Hey, I also like to jump around different different project salsa. Yeah. Same here, man. I'm for me. Yeah. No, I'm the same way. So how long had you been out there when you started head honcho, or was that was that the first project, you started out there, or has have there been a couple because I know I know I've kind of lost touch with, with that, since he moved out there. Will I mean here and they'll cheer a year? And I was just getting rating seasons. Unless all they didn't really know how to put myself in inject myself into music scene out here. I mean there is. Very good music scene. But I just didn't do it. You know. I didn't have a network of friends like did back in or even the mid west. Right. At work d-actually. He was looking for another company and he said, oh, my band's playing this place. I went to go see him. And I just told him after that or something using punk rock band. Okay said, hey, you know you know anybody that's looking for a guitar player or singer. You know, let me know. In. Few weeks later. He was trimmer, actually came up to me after they got them playing another show.

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"But believe it, but it was kind of a student project, video still a lot of fun. You know, just one of those things where he was learning editing and things like that. So it'd be nice to have all that stuff. So do that. And then yeah, and actually still remember him. He's the guitar player. One of the guitar players. Well this again. Still fill. Yes. See the woman glasses, and he and they both were classes Bill is just the quieter one. Now, one of them was a teacher, right? Yeah. Nate Nathan mate was the teacher. Yeah. He's still is teacher. He's that, that is Nate is the teacher mates. The man. He's, he's a very good teacher. So. Yeah. And the yeah. Very driven. Very smart guy. I remember talking to them when morning after a show when you guys crashed it at our house, and he was just telling me about. And I, I'm trying to remember it for some reason, there's two things to stick on my mind. He was like one he was either, like a special needs teacher or mathematics. Was it either one of those? Well, right for okay. Phil, phil. Phil worked with special needs kids and worked with. He was always high school kids, worked with high school kids doing Maddox. Yeah. And they made. So. And you know, teaching at a. On rock for. He's very he was two kids. It's got a little bland, little girl and the. Doing his thing. So them fill is actually getting married this coming September. So I'm going to go back to annoy for that wedding. And I'm sure I'll see the other guys Julio at the winning two. Yeah. So that'll be a good time. Yes. Timber illinois's always a nice time to be back in the, you know, it's time to go to the apple orchard and. Yeah, it's get some apple apple cider. Doughnuts in there. You go on up. See everybody. Yeah. Others believe. Yeah, yeah, it is a good time to come back. And you know, it it was just so bizarre. Because when I was, you know up in Rockford. That was about a. Yeah, it was about a month ago now. And you know it was snowing it was snowing in Rockford. And, you know, usually April can have some really nice days, but this particular day was not so nice. Yeah. Yeah. So I just. Yeah. I hope I hope there's good weather when you come back that good fall weather like you're talking about. Yeah. Last few years ago was in it was Tober or something like that. In the seventies. Oh, yeah. Which was I, I can't complain about seventy degree weather. But it was one of the things that really hopeful is really opened for some sweatshirt weather. Right. You know. You know, have some, you know, just enjoy like the sun was really beating down and stuff like that. Got up into the eighties. One of the day is this isn't. It's not. Looking for. But listening. I'm complaining about the weather being nice. Yeah. That's the only thing I got to complain about my life's pretty good. I was gonna say, yeah. It's definitely not bad at all. So let's so we talked about the moment which I can I know we could talk forever about the moment just because that's how we met, and that's still just one of my favorite bands to this day from that whole, you know that whole scene. And I guess, to describe I'm trying to describe how I would describe the moment because you guys had this. I feel like a unique sound it was blended with so many different. I feel like it was blended with so many different influences, because I remember just having conversations with you. I think you saw that I had a less than Jake t shirt on one day and you like lifted up your arm, and showed me, you're less than Jake tech to. And so then we started talking about how much we love this than Jake. But like the moment obviously sounds nothing like less than Jake. But there is some like some punk influence to that. But also just like hosts hard core. But then there's all this, the sense in the program beats and everything. I just how did you guys categorize yourselves? It was. It's one of those things that's. 'cause I personally got compared a lot to the way that Tim from Ryan against I got compared to him a lot. Really? He's saying, so yeah. Like when when I would. In. It wasn't the way that the moments sounded. But it was the way that when people listen to rise against. They said he kinda sounds like I kinda sound like him is what they are. Yeah. Yeah. Tim's an amazing singer and I feel weird like comparing myself to him. But you know it's just one of those things like, I'm kinda just repeating, what other people were saying, but yeah, so it was kind of, you know, like, yeah, it was a weird thing that was like, well, we got compared to, like death from above nineteen seventy nine in fear before the March of flames and, oh, yeah, that's right. Like that. Those vans. None of us ever listened to those fans. We really liked the Saint was a large influence on us and. There kind of dance style. You know, we took a little bit more of a I guess Tunc approach punk style approach instead of liked the dance style approach that the thing had. So we weren't doing the straight ahead. You know, beets and things like that, you know, we tried to I don't know. It was I'm just having trouble. Like, maybe that's why we didn't. We, we couldn't fit into a box. So that's maybe, why would. Yeah. From what we were. So I'd say that's pretty. It's pretty accurate. I guess I was just trying to give a description for, you know, people who are who are listening that don't know. And hopefully one day we'll get that stuff back up online and people can check it out again. Yeah. Yeah. When just wondering when is, when do you normally so we're interviewing today on Saturday, when do you normally publish your will? I've been doing just because my life is so crazy right now. I've actually only been doing one episode month for the most part, sometimes have been doing more than that. But lately, it's just been one. So this one, I'm going to be putting out hopefully like this coming Tuesday. So that's the plan. Okay. Yeah. All right. Well. I can talk to Elliot and have him with something before that. This. He's, I'm sure. Yeah. Elliott's guns pretty cool little boy as well. Yeah. They, they got a little too, so really pretty awesome. It's, it's, it's really cool. You know, just own my friends back home to seeing them becoming parents. And the, you know, just the way everybody. Yeah. You know like the way everybody. Evolved and things like that, you know, we were all just hanging, or, you know, running around ride bikes together and things like that, having fun cigarettes. You know drinking too much whiskey doing all that. Now, everybody's you know, of at six AM and get kids and, you know, you know, just yeah. Crazy life's. Yeah. It's cool. How awesome life is. It really is. I'm happy for, for Elliot because I always thought he was a stand up guy. So. Yeah. He's one of tanks. Definitely rate. Well, let's talk about head honcho head honcho. I loved what I've heard so far. And you know, you're, I when I first started listening, I'm like, okay, this is this is definitely PJ. And thank you. And obviously, I mean that in a good way because I've always loved your vocals. So how did I'm trying to remember how did the move to, to Washington come about? Tunes ninety years old, and she has she had she turned ninety years old eight years ago. So, and then she had has six kids three boys, three girls, and I have an uncle lives out here. So we went birthday dinner for her in, in Rockford. And why uncle who lives here, just ask that sitting, what are you doing these days and go play music? And I was working for the Budweiser distributor in town and kinda bartended on the weekends. And you know, it wasn't doing much owes single at the time and things like that. So, you know, nothing really, you know, just kind of hanging out he said, we, you should come and check out Seattle so few months later, I came. Checked it out to a two week vacation from my job and just came out here and worked for him doing working on boats, so insulating, the engines votes and things like that. And then, then a couple months later. I just I came back after the two weeks and son. Yeah. You know, it might not work out. But, you know, I know I'll kick myself if I come up here, don't come out and try it at least. Yeah. So who don't? In April of that year and then have been here ever since. So. So I make it back from time to time. But yeah, so and then in that eight years, I got married and then I get divorced and some sorry to hear that. Around. That's okay. You know, we're still friendly with each other, and that's good. I don't don't wish anything but the best for her. So, you know, just things don't work out. She moved down, she's living in Texas, Mexico area doing hurt sitting. Yeah. So, and then yeah, against travel around the world with working on boats from my uncle's company, and then that didn't didn't work out after about five years. I just needed to move. So right now, I'm doing the same type of work insulating buildings and both see things like that. But I'm more confer union company and yeah, I love it. So you're probably making pretty good money. I would assume if you're doing union. Yeah. Yeah. We, we get paid pretty well. And it's nice to have, you know, it's nice to be part of the union have a, you know, other people that have your backing things like that. When the problem or you know, there's never if there's ever any safety issue, or ends like that. Yeah. It's. Working unions. Great. It's a life changing experience. So. That's that's the season careerwise of ever made. That's what I've always heard. I've never worked for a union yet. So. But how does how does one insulate a boat then? I'm curious. How does that does that work like the you're like around the engine or? Yeah. So you do the engine or the a lot of times the exhaust pipes of the engine. So the, the engine, it's. The exhaust. It's hot so you have space to a fiberglass matting around the pipes. And then you have a silicon cloth that goes around that, that's one way to do it. Otherwise, there's a. You know, cyber glass plate covering. There's calcium silicate. There's all sorts of different different ways to do it. And then, sometimes you just do the walls, to, you know, people come and say, shin from coming in or keeps the heat from going out of the building, or the boats or keeps the cold or the heat from coming in. So do refrigeration systems rent the places wherever to keep the, you know, cold in or the told. Yeah, one of the so wow. Yeah. It's, it's, it's a neat job. It's every day is saying that's really good. 'cause. You know, I mean, I'm sure you can tell from this conversation, I like to own different subjects that. Hey, I also like to jump around different different project salsa. Yeah. Same here, man. I'm for me. Yeah. No, I'm the same way. So how long had you been out there when you started head honcho, or was that was that the first project, you started out there, or has have there been a couple because I know I know I've kind of lost touch with, with that, since he moved out there. Will I mean here and they'll cheer a year? And I was just getting rating seasons. Unless all they didn't really know how to put myself in inject myself into music scene out here. I mean there is. Very good music scene. But I just didn't do it. You know. I didn't have a network of friends like did back in or even the mid west. Right. At work d-actually. He was looking for another company and he said, oh, my band's playing this place. I went to go see him. And I just told him after that or something using punk rock band. Okay said, hey, you know you know anybody that's looking for a guitar player or singer. You know, let me know. In. Few weeks later. He was trimmer, actually came up to me after they got them playing another show.

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03:24 min | 2 years ago

"head honcho" Discussed on Back To Back

"Ick musically. Bonobo Laurent g stuff you can just listen to zone out work chill smoke meditate. Whatever. And that'll be getting into an app with the goal that we can provide in one place all the resources that that, you know, aspiring or established artists like you guys might need five AM, and you're an India, and you have no one to talk to you can go on the app, and you can listen to a podcast about, you know, dealing with loneliness or something like that. And eventually be able to even shout one on one with a practitioner through the app. So that's what I'm doing and you up remedy state on Instagram. Facebook Twitter for me, I'm just blaze James SE James, and I'd be happy to send out resources connect you with people that if anyone has anything they want to inquire about or just wanna get pointed in the right direction with resources things to read things to all my sleep is fucked up. How do I whatever just feel free to hit me up? Awesome. Can I say for a dude like 'cause I don't think saying blaze was like the boss the owner head honcho? I mean the owner, but you were the boss of actually, and when I got I signed a house when I was so fucking stoked. It would always go through blaze. You know, what I mean like he was and still is very important motherfucker. So the fact that you left that to do this. That's like shows how important it is. And like, you know, that it's like you might be doing this. And it's cool. But if you're not fully enjoying it. And you did this, and you feel way better, and you're helping other people like that's just like that. Right. There shows you that like gotta do it makes you feel good. Absolutely. And just to jump off of that too. This is another point I really wanted to make because I think as artists or label managers anybody who's in this industry. We all exist is kind of islands to ourselves. Right. Like, we're all in our own little bubbles our own little worlds. And I think it's really important something I've been trying to do more. And I would encourage everybody here and everybody listening at home. Everybody to do is just to reach out more to other artists. Like, I think it's a community that we're in that we sometimes forget about because it's really easy to just see somebody like I could just see Kurt at a show. And just be like, oh, what up good to see you. How you doing? And he's like, I'm great. And then we go do our thing. And, but if you take the couple extra steps to be like, you, you look tired, or whatever it is like I would love to see us taking care of our own a little bit more. Just a run up to. It's like another reason we were having this talk. Because like we saw hard will like this past year. He was like he took some time off he's retired or whatever. And then I mean, MAC Miller passing and peop- like all these people. There's a lot of stuff going on in this industry that isn't being addressed. And actually carnage just tweeted out that he's taking some time off. So like all of us are going through stuff. And I'm sure you guys are going through stuff, and we're gonna have a at the end because we want to know what the struggles that you guys have been through and because we've been there too. But we just wanna make an open thing for everyone to discuss this. Because it's been always quiet like what if someone stepped in like told not to do those drugs or whatever like what if someone stepped in? There could be we could have great art still we could have a lot of these things. So we just want to be the dudes like the side of it that can kind of start saying something to get that conversation going. Yeah..

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Cancer is now leading cause of death in 12 European countries

On Call Radio with Dr. Andrew

02:12 min | 2 years ago

Cancer is now leading cause of death in 12 European countries

"Cancer is now the leading, killer in twelve European nations cancers overtaken heart disease and stroke as the leading cause of death. In twelve European countries now this course for the most part heart disease is the number one, killer okay especially in America but across the world however cardiovascular disease heart disease and stroke still the leading cause k., worldwide But in the. Fifty three countries defined is European region by, the, World Health Organization heart disease killed more than four, people, in two thousand sixteen the deaths accounted for forty five, percent of all deaths in the nation's cancer accounted for less. Than half the number of. Deaths from heart disease in Europe as a whole researchers said however success in preventing and treating heart disease seems to have led large declines in heart disease deaths in the. Number, of countries cancer now kills more, men than heart disease in these twelve. Countries. To here they, are so bench Belgium, Denmark, France Israel, Italy Netherlands, Norway Portugal. Slovenia Spain in the United Kingdom And Luxembourg okay so the study found that cancer now, kills more women than, heart disease in Denmark in Israel pretty amazing our lifestyles everything it really has now. Another thing about cancer, is that a big piece of it has to do with, our environment and our food choices the chemicals in the foods air quality is another big, one take his lung cancer is the number one killer I don't know if you knew that but lung cancer out of all. Of them like we hear, about, breast and prostate colon and all that you hear about all that a lot in those are the ones that we talk about the kind of the ones that are more popular to talk about but the average person the mo-, leading, killer, of, all, cancers, is, lung, cancer by like thirty four percent It's definitely the head honcho that's for sure But the countries were were were cancer caused more death and. Heart disease were all found in western Europe so you gotta wonder what's going on in western Europe is the? Habits is the water supplies the air? Quality is it toxins in a certain area? What's causing that something is not just genetics I'll tell, you

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"head honcho" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

WHAS 840 AM

03:50 min | 2 years ago

"head honcho" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

"Plane in yeah you can do it a lot of. I mean when they. When, you say it costs five hundred? Dollars? For each time they did. That's. Probably an overstatement, well how about the insurance on here right Insurance on? Him Right find all that. Hard to believable I know what, you're a skeptic. But that's okay Okay. You're. A skeptic I will see the movie eventually when I can, I'll keep on you okay Ellen, Degeneres, is. Finally sold her, estate up. In Santa, Barbara she and she. And her wife Porsche Dorothy? They're, asking. Forty five million I. Mean it's like a combat did. They get that money no no they took a loss they sold it. For. Thirty four so they took, an? Eleven million dollar loss and guess. Who bought it okay the head, honcho at Netflix Ted Serano is. I believe he paid cash because he has it. Has it Netflix if. Anybody's. Cash it's him you're gonna love this neighborhood you probably wish, you lived there because next door, on, the. Left is Oprah, Nando on. The right, is Rob Lowe how. Did he get up there? Actually, have. Friends who live not. Too far away they're in now. Is that rumors that all that's really that that's real okay all right. I'm. Giving you a hard time Robert deniro okay he's gonna join Joaquin Phoenix in a standalone movie based on the joker now. When I say stand alone that means Batman will not be in the movie kind of an interesting, concept he's going to play? A talk show. Host who. Is. Somehow instrumental. In the origin of the joker Joker for. Years but nobody knows where he, came from exactly right yeah yeah like Jerry Jerry minor exactly right Nobody knows where I'm. From, now? I, know. You wanna know about. Arianna. Grind I. Know, you, do. What's up well there. Could be a roadblock to the romance no no. No she, needs her life maybe you can help maybe, because here's the deal everybody's asking why are they living in. This swanky hotels very expensive hotel in. Hollywood when less than ten miles. Away, he's got a multi million dollar house. Seems like a waste of. Money yeah I'll tell you. Why my phone out she has. Six dogs in he is allergic to dogs Taking all the pills. And the shots and everything. Else he's allergic to dogs What does she do they're not gonna last well it'd be like, if somebody let's say you weren't. Married and somebody, said me, or, Johnny, fever and you know what would happen I'd I'd say you know hey, I unless you want to be bubble girl in the. Backyard valley fever camp One positive thing though on them Arianna got a, new tattoo this week a tribute to his. Dad Pete's dad okay okay the tattoo. I don't know. If. You've, heard about this it's the number's eight four one eight she, got a real small above rankle and what it is the digits are the batch number of of his. Late father Scott Davidson who was killed on nine. Eleven, he was. In New York, City firefighter totally understand that. Yeah well he's got. A larger version of? That tattoo on his. Arm, and my suggestion, to him, the next tattoo get a schnauzer or a beagle or a collie, good call then he's got a. Dog and he, can stop, yeah, I, Gotcha I'm saying James talk to you Friday buddy here you be here News Radio eight. Forty w.. H.. A.. S. traffic. If you're heading engineer Albany this afternoon watch. For slow ride across, the Sherman Minton. Bridge now towards to sixty five one fifty because of construction. Blocking your left lane there then we have an accident work, eastbound on sixty four Sherman Minton bridge the. Last traffic starting to pick up north. And southbound sixty. Five. At, the Watterson and on the side of freeway southbound traffic starting, to build at the sixty four ramps also clearing up accidents at Dixie highway and Johnson town road in..

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"head honcho" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

02:48 min | 2 years ago

"head honcho" Discussed on WJR 760

"Head of ice looks like a tough guy looks like a mean guy as opposed to some little guy as opposed to you know it's horses for courses if you're talking about one of the fluffy bunny aspects of the bureaucracy it's the head of the start whatever it is the start program you know you want new you're dealing with kids and no child left behind you on you want some light warm maternal type heading that but if you're talking about the head honcho of ice you don't want a guy who looks like the system choreographer my casual follow whatever so that's all trump's doing he's making a joke because he makes jokes and in fact he he basically provides his own late night comex tolman tree on the politics of the days he's going along so he says he likes the way the ice guy looks like at tough home bray i'm michael gossen republican speechwriter the president's chief speechwriter president bush's speech chief speechwriter for the half a decade says piously this is territory more familiar in political systems of personal rule now it's not he's making a joke get over yourself it's the left that are supposed to be the humorless plunges who can't see a joke or take a joke or who disapprove of jokes even when they are jokes and who wants to regulate jokes in fact the joke police is a phenomenon of the left and as i said i believe in a wide degree of latitude views on the right but if you're in favor of regulating jokes you probably aren't on the right at all but then he talks about what ice is doing here the forty percent increase in arrests the routine check ins that are required now of of illegal immigrants that can end with ice officials putting you in handcuffs and deporting you sanctuary cities are being targeted with additional personnel president bush's chief speechwriter is now defending sanctuary cities an end to any kind of immigration enforcement and is in fact joining the left in demonizing is in what i mean as i said i don't mind lindsey graham remind you know who's the guy flake in these other fellas but in what sense is michael gerson still the man who put words in george w bush's mouth and you know we all know that the.

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"head honcho" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk

WBT Charlotte News Talk

02:43 min | 2 years ago

"head honcho" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk

"The head honcho of ice you don't want a guy who looks like the assistant choreographer on my casual follow whatever so that's all trump's doing is making a joke because he makes jokes and in fact he basically provides his own late night comex common free on the politics of the days he's going along so he says he likes the way the ice guy looks like a tough home bray i'm michael gasson republican speechwriter the president's chief speechwriter president bush's speech chief speechwriter for over half a decade says piously who this is territory more familiar in political systems of personal rule now it's not he's making a joke get over yourself it's the left that are supposed to be the humorless plunkett who can't see a joke or take a joke or who disapprove of jokes even when they are jerks and who wants to regulate jokes in fact the joke police is a phenomenon of the left and as i said i believe in a wide degree of latitude views on the right but if you're in favor of regulating jokes you probably aren't on the right at all but then he talks about what is is doing here the forty percent increase in arrests the routine check ins that are required now of illegal immigrants that can end with ice officials putting you in handcuffs and deporting you sanctuary cities are being targeted with additional personnel president bush's chief speechwriter is now defending sanctuary cities an end to any kind of immigration enforcement and is in fact joining the left in demonizing is in what i mean as i said i don't mind lindsey graham remind you know who's the guy flake and these other fellas but in what sense is michael gerson still the man who put words in george w bush's mouth and you know we all know that the reason why what ice is doing seems odd is because ninety five percent of the federal bureaucracy of the executive branch is not really under president trump's control at all that openly flouting him disobeying him he's he's got particularly the deep state guys in in the security apparatus are all openly defying him leaking on him.

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"head honcho" Discussed on WCHS

WCHS

02:48 min | 2 years ago

"head honcho" Discussed on WCHS

"Head of ice looks like a tough guy looks like a mean guy as opposed to some db little guy as opposed to you know it's horses for courses if you're talking about one of the fluffy bunny aspects of the bureaucracy it's the head of the start whatever it is the stop programme you know you want the dealing with kids and no child left behind you on you want some light warm maternal type heading that but if you're talking about the head honcho of ice you don't want a guy who looks like the assistant choreographer on casual follow whatever so that's all trump's doing is making a joke because he makes jokes and in fact he basically provides his own late night comex common tree on the politics of the day is he's going along so he says he likes the way the ice guy looks like at tough home bray i'm michael gus a republican speechwriter the president's chief speechwriter president bush's speech chief speechwriter for over half decade says piously move this is territory more familiar in political systems of personal rule now it's not he's making a joke get over yourself it's a left that are supposed to be the humorless plungers who can't see a joke or take a joke or who disapprove of jokes even when they are jokes and who wants to regulate jokes in fact the joke police is a phenomenon of the left and as i said i believe in a wide degree of latitude views on the right but if you're in favor of regulating jokes you probably aren't on the right at all but then he talks about what isis is doing here the forty percent increase in arrests the routine check ins that are required now of of illegal immigrants that can end with ice officials putting you in handcuffs and deporting you sanctuary cities are being targeted with additional personnel president bush's chief speechwriter is now defending sanctuary cities an end to any kind of immigration enforcement and is in fact joining the left in demonizing is in what i mean i said i don't mind lindsey graham remind you know who's the guy flake in these other fellas but in what sense is michael gerson still the man who put words in george w bush's mouth and you know we all know that the.

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"head honcho" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

02:50 min | 2 years ago

"head honcho" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"I mean usually nickel stay till eight thirty and it's only guy he is i don't know i'm not positive but i've never heard him that short and his answer and he could have been at the game that's that's classic all right well nick either way we appreciate you big time now roger saks new is going to be there sexy of course the head honcho here all three steiner's pub locations and brady tuesday may fifth are may i i should say is the twenty year anniversary of the original steiner's over there eighty four ten west cheyenne that was my original signers i moved into a place up at the top of cheyenne probably about in my fifth year here or so and lived there for about five years and used to just come down the hill and popped right into steiner's one of the first places that i had found in town and i loved it because i love this place right but more so than other pubs because it had the sports on i didn't get the smokey smell right when i walked in the door always love steiner's for both those are easy and you're a beer guy integrates one hundred different beers on taps and in the bottle and whatnot so it had everything i enjoyed and i i've been coming here for twenty some years alright again throughout cna chill postseason roger saxon all the steiner's locations they've got a great set of things going on now also and i'll get to some of those but saturday august fourth it'll be the tenth annual steiner's baseball bus trip and i've made a bunch of these suckers and they are a lot of fun you know you drink it on these buses you have a good time and everything in moderation because thompson set the buses back several years ago with the the jack daniels bockel the last time you said no was when i had asked you if you'd had enough there you go no doubt days at the venetian palazzo.

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"head honcho" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

02:25 min | 2 years ago

"head honcho" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"Real estate firm using the power of the white house deduced though they want us to believe these people are so stupid that they would commit crimes like that in plain view of everybody else and that was all part of the trump white house in chaos story of two days last week thursday and friday and since kushner has of fingerprints on this plan apparently and he has been go and he's really from one understand he's gotten very very tight with m s b mohammad bin salman this is the 36yearold crown princess saudi arabia a millennial saudi arabian newton well he's the heir to the throne is going to get a pretty sony's these allowing women to drive for example and a whole bunch of cultural reforms that has amusing the vapors over there in the in the kings powell's and kushner got very close to him and the head honcho of the united arab emirates they would be instrumental in any middle east peace plan because they have the money they have money not just the money the last thing folks stop and think of how many hours days years have been devoted to coming up in the middle east peace plan for every president that's been president in your lifetime and it's something that's alluded all of the night believe it can't happen with negotiations but that's another subject they are scared to death that trump has something nobody seen it that's what the story of the wall street journal's all about crush near led middle east peace plan faces growing difficulty even before rival right they're trying to kill what ever eve is an prevented from happening because the last thing that they're going to permit if they have an and you say about it is this administration succeeding at any more at tax cuts that's it no more the rest of the year trump gets nothing it's all part of the two thousand eighteen midterms and having the democrats win and then beginning impeachment wire liberal so miserable and conservatives aren't to start liberals are wrong about everything but there's something.

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"head honcho" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

02:38 min | 2 years ago

"head honcho" Discussed on WJR 760

"Is driving them nuts he this referred to numerous times in this piece and you put that together with the fact last week trying to destroy jared kushner and claiming that he was bringing banks in and securing loans for his family in the white house they want us to believe kushner is that stupid that he would use his position is trump's soninlaw and a white house advisor to bring in banks to get loans for the kushner real estate firm using the power of the white house deduce though they want us to believe these people are so stupid that they would commit crimes like that in plain view of everybody else and that was all part of the trump white house in chaos story of two days last week thursday and friday and since kushner has lot of fingerprints on this plan apparently and he has been go and he's really from one understand he's gotten very very tight with m s b mohammad bin salman this is the 36yearold crown prince of saudi arabia a millennial saudi arabian new is well he's the heir to the throne he's going to get a pretty sony's these allowing women to drive for example and a whole bunch of cultural reforms that has i'm using the vapors over there in the in the kings powell's and kushner got very close to him and the head honcho of the united arab emirates they would be instrumental in any middle east peace plan because they have the money they have money not just the money the last thing folks stop and think of how many hours days years have been devoted to coming up on the middle east peace plan for every president that's been president in your lifetime and it's something that's alluded all of the night believe it can't happened with negotiations but that's another subject they are scared to death that trump has something nobody seen if that's what the story of the wall street journal's all about kushner led middle east peace plan faces growing difficulty even before rival right they're trying to kill what ever eve is and prevented from happening because the last thing that they're gonna permit if they have an and you say about it is this administration succeeding at any more at tax cuts that's yet no more the rest of the.

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"head honcho" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

02:05 min | 2 years ago

"head honcho" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"They believe steel why did they believe the memo they had to believes some of it in order to use it as they did if they didn't believe any of this and still used it why that that's by the way i have further information for those of you wondering what's the recourse with the judge or judges under the premise listen a finds the court judges were misled and lied to they so what what's the remedy for this well unfortunately the remedy involves bringing up the chief justice of the supreme court john roberts to testify which was never going to happen separation of powers but he's that he's he's the head honcho of the fis the court he names the judges he names the presiding judge and so any remedy would have to involve him if there is to be while an investigation or uh every other aspect of this that the judges know that they were being line two were the judges in on it any attempt to answer those questions i'm told involves the supreme court chief justice which is unlikely to happen which means that these will remain questions that are on answered so why did they believe steel the fbi needed m insurance policy in case the dossier wasn't one hundred percent correct i think they believe the steel meme all because in their minds the fbi trump was unfair it was their job to stop him i don't think there's any question that that is what motivated all of this the fbi long ago decided hillary clinton would be the.

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"head honcho" Discussed on 790 WAEB

790 WAEB

02:15 min | 3 years ago

"head honcho" Discussed on 790 WAEB

"Head honcho that that that runs the showdown here our thanks should go to god but you very seldom here that name attached to the banking process in the book it's all over the place it is thanks to the lord thanksgiving the god i will give thanks to the lord with all my heart do it all in the name of lord jesus giving thanks to god the father threw him say the name why can't we say the name any ideas voice guy you're looking in your pockets there you're you're losing attention i had to bring it back in quarter ball hurdles leave in louisiana what's in there looks like apple juice those water yeah why is it yellowish confuse the name of the song is called say my name by the yawns say it was years ago apparently the board guy has filtered internet i'm not sure what he has put that everybody knows that song the truth beyond sure it is in a liner all my grew where they called when they were that group but three uh i dunno destiny's child i looked it up beyond lifezette on say say my name it came up but i think they might have been destiny's child that was the crime no one knows around june i love you being one i think that would be a good uh worthwhile thing now yes yes but we don't say it as i still wait for that song i liked that song is a very nice song and beyonce as an amazing entertainer looking back there is he confused the name of the song is called say my name by the yawns say it will take years ago apparently the board guy has filtered internet i'm not sure what he has put that everybody knows that song the truth be sure it is in a liner all my group mobile where they called this guy say what's my name you're a singer to voice guy you know that looks correct i've been saying for over twenty years but have been destiny's child power powerhouse that was the frog.

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"head honcho" Discussed on Chat With Traders

Chat With Traders

01:39 min | 3 years ago

"head honcho" Discussed on Chat With Traders

"I even spoke with one gentleman who was i he's a recruiter he's a head honcho for some of the very large approximates in the us europe and that type of thing also some of the biggest hedge funds and even banks and every single one of these laws and said today that will not horan they really like to see that you've experienced some form of hardship and been able to push thrower now that really respect lorries with the competitive drive which is important because if you're gonna followed the first few setbacks which are inevitable you're not going to get fires tried on a promise the moon and and just to take that one step further by interview to try to try to in the uk wondering also actually find enough moved from south africa two new tight is through his tried in korea putting himself in a really great involvement he said when we spoke earlier in the year this this in a court one of the cake caracteristics of a successful tried a is dog fought meaning you keep going and going and going this job will turn you are the and fifty way out by many times if you hunting coming back and roll with the punches you nervous the bars now do you realise limits welcome at this talk of thing there is a certain amount alde survivorship boss but anyway when to look at it there is no replacements a grit aci it's such a big part of the my cup of any successful trader however it's not the arne pots the next place the puzzle.

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"head honcho" Discussed on PRI's The World

PRI's The World

02:01 min | 3 years ago

"head honcho" Discussed on PRI's The World

"In wound down when i stepped into the main courtyard of community maximum prison i saw voters sitting comfortably in plastic chairs under the shade of two white tents they are very will arrange to seated systematically moving for the voting that's the head honcho of committee prison henry kissing go there's even entertainment off mice more dj there too and detained in may prison mas dj oxygen is a prisoner who doubles as a resident d jet committee he pairs is mandatory orange sweater and striped trousers with big godley rings but the most exceptional thing is the voters themselves they're all inmates at committee maximum that's because this year for the first time ever prisoners in kenya were allowed to vote for president democratic right that prisoners in most american states don't enjoy i'll get back to voting day at the prison in a moment but first let me give you the backstory for that i met up with john lewis mary he works at kit to a cia sharia a kenyan legal aid foundation that runs a nationwide programme training prisoners to be paralegals he tells me that it all started in 2010 when kenya held a referendum on a new constitution prisoners petitioned and won the right to vote on it fast forward to 2013 the country was gearing up for a presidential election that's when some of the prisoners turned paralegals came to kit to a cia sharia for help they wanted to vote in this election to so the approached us having ruled that the constitutional i'm seeing that that is nothing lips stops them from voting because if you luca them under the constitutional it's a very clear that every citizen in can has the right to vote and that's when they came to us and uh the reason why we failed at the kiss on their behalf a court ruled in their favour but by then it was too late to register for the 2013 elections.

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