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Fresh update on "jack" discussed on WTOP 24 Hour News
"Team USA, we're packing the sports bar as it opened early morning in D.C.. They're a bit disappointed tonight in the three one loss, but they're looking forward to the future. As the U.S. team scored its single goal the crowd erupted into a deafening roar at the astral beer hall. But fan sized up the three one loss to the judge. We allowed them to get into the game too early. We missed the first chance, you know, the first goal we should have put away. We changed up our box line and the wrong way. Another one's got a ton of wide open shots. U.S. soccer fans say the team had a great run at the World Cup and hopes are high for the future. They've got four years to grow four years to mature and understand how they need to work as a squad. When we host it, these guys have all more season they're more veterans and they're better players. It'll be great. In downtown D.C. ridiculous news. Elon Musk is using his new authority as the head of Twitter to shine a light on the internal deliberations that happen at Twitter before he owned the company, must promote the leak of the documents on his personal account last night. The deliberations offer insight into the descent and confusion happening at Twitter before the takeover as it responded to the New York Post reporting on Hunter Biden's computer files back in the fall of 2020. Then candidate Joe Biden called the reporting of Russian plant and Twitter initially blocked links to that story. Twitter later reversed that decision, then CEO Jack Dorsey saying he regretted censoring the story, Musk's tweet thread the highlighted rather it highlights how officials from both political parties routinely wrote to Twitter asking for specific tweets to be removed. All eyes on Georgia ahead of next Tuesday Senate runoff incumbent Democrat Rafael Warnock and Republican challenger Herschel Walker making their last pitches to undecided voters. CBS News correspondent rather Bradley Blackburn has very late on the race. Lines wrapped
Both sides see high stakes in gay rights Supreme Court case
"A controversial case on whether a Colorado website designer must do work for same sex couples is going before the U.S. Supreme Court Monday. Groups on both sides of the issue are already expressing their views. If 63 year old Laurie Smith is allowed not to serve gay couples. Liberal groups warn black people Muslims, Jews, and migrants could also be subject to discrimination. But conservative groups argue if the high court forces Smith to design wedding websites for same sex couples against her religious beliefs, other artists like photographers, writers, and musicians, could be forced to do work that violates their faith. This Colorado case going before the conservative majority high court is the second in 5 years, Colorado baker Jack Phillips won a limited decision when he refused to bake a wedding cake for a same sex couple. Jackie Quinn Washington
Darren Beattie: Does Elon Musk Believe in Permanent Bans?
"Make of the Kanye West permanent ban? What's that before we get into this Eric holder situation? Well, we'll have to see whether it's actually permanent. I mean, there is a special advantage to having a direct line to Elon and it's clear that Kanye or VA or whatever he's called. He has that direct line. And so I think deep down Elon, just like Jack Dorsey, nobody believes in sort of permanent punishment without any opportunity for redemption. So we'll just have to see how it plays out as to the policy itself. I mean, it certainly contradicts Elon's previously stated preference that basically we go by what legal speech is. So assuming that Kanye said nothing illegal, which I don't think he did. He shouldn't be banned for it. But so practical matter, we live in a practical world, Elon is far more practical, I think, than a lot of people imagine. And it could very well just be the practical messy reality that Elon's done a tremendous amount for Twitter already. And he needs to offer a couple sacrifices to the sensors in order to keep up what he's been doing at least at these initial stages. And I think we can all probably agree that Ye was certainly certainly testing limits and making things difficult for Elon. So maybe it's just as a matter of practical reality, that's what that's what Elon had to do, even though it violates his stated preference of just saying, okay, if it's legal speech, it should be allowed on Twitter at least for American users.
Guentzel, Kapanen fuel rally as Penguins slip by Vegas 4-3
"The penguins scored twice in the third period to hand the golden knights just their second regulation loss in 13 road games this season. Four to three. Jake ensel and kasperi kapanen tallied one 52 apart to give the pens a victory in their first game since defenseman Chris la Tang suffered a stroke on Monday. Genzel tied it 7 33 into the final period, kapanen gave Pittsburgh, its first lead of the night. The last game I played before. You know, I got healthy and I missed that wide open that. It was time to just get feeling put in. Brock mcginn and Ricardo Raquel also scored for the penguins. Jack eichel had a goal and an assist for Vegas. I'm Dave ferry.
Sabres withstand Red Wings' rally, win 5-4 in shootout
"Dylan cousin scores a pair of goals to help the Sabres edge the red wings 5 to four in a shootout cousins open buffalo scoring with a shorthanded goal in the first period and help the Sabres extend their recent run of good play going three one and one in their last 5 games after dropping their previous 8 games and regulation. It's big for us to kind of put those games behind us and win some hockey games so that's something we need to keep doing here and not fall down into that streak again. Sabres forward Jack Quinn notched the winner scoring the only goal of the shootout. The red wings rallied from a four one deficit in the third to send it to overtime and earned at least a point for the 6th time in their last 7 games. Denny cap Detroit
Hey Media, Your Bias Is Showing
"Gentlemen, I got a special guest coming on Ken lacourt. We're going to talk about a media censorship, YouTube, not YouTube, specifically, but Twitter. And how they covered up the Hunter Biden story. And people in power and powerful places that are all I can say, I'm just going to leave it at that. Have admitted that they've covered it up. They've admitted that they've covered it up, David admitted that they've done wrong. It's coming out, you know, we got Elon Musk coming out and saying, look, I'm a release, or at least he's teasing at the fact that he may release email correspondence of upper staff trying to suppress the story of Hunter Biden's laptop. And to be honest, I think that it's shameful that they would do something like that because it then shows their explicit bias. And let me just say this real quick before I bring my guest on, it shows their bias. And it's funny how the mainstream media is more concerned about Elon Musk providing or allowing free speech than Jack Dorsey them suppressing information to essentially affect an election.
Devils rally from two goals down to beat Rangers 5-3
"The Devils wiped out a two to zero first period deficit with foreign answered goals on their way to a 5 to three win over the rangers. The Devils of one 16 of their last 17 for coach Lindy ruff. A lot of energy in this building and it's a tough team to play against and to get the win here. We know that more division games are coming up. It's just going to continue to get tougher. The Devils went on top to stay early in the second period when Jack Hughes scored his 12th. Devil's now 19 and four, while the rangers have dropped three straight. Mike mancuso, New York
How Many People Were Disenfranchised on Election Day?
"Cut 24. How many people were disenfranchised on 11 8 in Arizona? Will Bill Gates and Stephen Richards say that everything was perfect. It actually said it was an extremely well run election. Play cut 24. Ladies and gentlemen of the board supervisors, I was a poll worker and what I will say that I've seen is voters this cycle have, in fact, been disenfranchised because we as poll workers were not taught how to check out voters at our poll centers. And then at my poll center, where we literally had at 7 p.m. on election day, 675 people waiting in line of 675 do you know how many came in? A 150, 675 to a 150. Yet your leaders at the Maricopa County supervisors are aggressively and incessantly telling you it was an extremely well run election. That's 500 disenfranchised voters. That we know of at one polling place at one period of time. It really makes you wonder how many people in the valley wanted to vote that day. But couldn't.
The Collapse of the China Model With Jack Posobiec
"Floor is yours, what's going on in China? Look, Charlie, what we're seeing in China now are the largest widespread protests, the largest uprising since Tiananmen Square. Now it's not as large as Tiananmen Square yet, but that remains to be seen because of course authorities have begun cracking down. They're calling it the white paper revolution. And what is very insightful for us here and very interesting for us to look into is that the Biden regime and the World Economic Forum writ large has to be very careful with their response to this because these are anti COVID lockdown protests. That's what started all of this, Charlie. And this past Thursday in the city of urumqi, which is the capital of Xinjiang. Over there, of course, the same Xinjiang province that we've been talking about for a long time with the mass incarceration of Uighurs that's there. Families were burned alive. In one of those towers where they had been welded shut, they couldn't get out 15 floor and above, smoked out, burned out, smoke inhalation, people were killed, screaming, let us out, save us, open the doors, open the doors and let us get out. The firefighters and first responders couldn't even get there because of the amount of COVID barricades. So we actually have a COVID lockdown massacre, okay? COVID lockdown massacre that took place, believe it or not, on Thanksgiving Day. In China, last Thursday, people were dying. The CCP, what was their response? They should have found alternate exits. It was their fault. They should have found ways out. The women, the children, they should have found ways. It's not their fault. It's certainly not the COVID pulp. And so the problem for the regime, Charlie, is that these are the same people that went all in for going after the truckers of Canada, the farmers of the Netherlands and the Patriots of the United States were protesting these lockdown policies going all the way back to 2020 because we were demanding freedom also going against the COVID mandates and all this other insanity that's happened.
Jack Posobiec Shares His Take on the Arizona Midterm Disaster
"Us as Jack posobiec Jack. Welcome to the program. I want to talk China with you, Jack. But first, your thoughts on Maricopa County looks like they're about to certify Jack, you or our co-pilot throughout the entire saga with us. That will go down in the history books, your thoughts, Jack. Well, Charlie, I'll just say this, if what happened in Maricopa County had happened in Fulton county, Georgia, you would have had Stacey Abrams and the NAACP and everyone else from MSNBC to CNN, the entire litany coming out, demanding an investigation of what went wrong and they'd be calling it voter suppression and to be calling it duly so, Charlie, you noted it. The day before talking about long lines, potential traffic jams that we saw, people waiting for hours, people turned away. It's clearly voter suppression. It is the textbook definition of voter suppression. And for them to simply refuse to acknowledge it, flies in the face of everything that we saw that day, everything that I saw even as someone who's coming from outside of Arizona, that's not the way that elections ought to be held in the United States. And by the way, if we're going to say that we stand with the people of China in their calls for freedom, then we ought to also make sure that we don't be hypocrites because we have to look at our own system and pull out what the splinter in our own eye.
Why Do We Need Trannies in the Macy's Thanksgiving Parade
"By the way, I was watching the Macy's Thanksgiving Day parade. Why do I have to see drag queens? Get screen time, why do we need this? You know, I got to ask my good family friend who produces this extravaganza every year. I know him, I know Jordan since he was two years old, Jack and his dad were friends in high school and college and I mean, I've known Jordan for over 50 years. Great kid, he produces the Macy's parade, also the firework show, he does great work, but I don't want to see drag queens, JoJo, what are we doing here? I'm gonna reach out and ask him what the hell, look, maybe he comes up from way up high because he produces a shell, but it could be people above him going, hey, we need this thing here. You know, every year the Macy's Thanksgiving parade always features some of New York's Broadway plays to be featured. I don't want to see grown men dressed as women and looking like freaks, by the way. While the family is all together to give thanks. Why do we need this? You got why not kids looking with wonder as the massive floats go down the streets of New York City. Spider-Man. This SpongeBob. They're stupid. And then what is this? Oh, another opportunity to make sure the whole world gives thanks to the LGBTQ people. Why? Why are we always doing this? We're doing it the fucking World Cup, they have a month of June, but it just keeps on going. How insecure can this group of people be? How much attention do they need?
Thompson-Robinson rallies No. 17 UCLA past Cal, 35-28
"The UCLA bruins used the late second quarter touchdown to build momentum as they held off California, 35, 28. Ruins quarterback Dorian Thompson Robinson was 21 of 30 for a 189 yards and a touchdown. Dealing with these guys all year. And being able to be a real brotherhood and lean on each other at times when things get harder or adversity hits. So again, I'm just so thankful to be able to play with these guys again and enjoy this win for sure. Meanwhile, the golden bears lost 7 of their final 8 games. In the loss, Cal's Jack plummer was 24 of 34 passing for 294 yards and four touchdowns. Ryan leong, Berkeley
A Recipe for a Hollywood Fight
"Michael viner was the owner of dove publishing. He had a number of decent books that came out in the 90s, the most famous one was you'll never make love in this town again. And when I was dating Jermaine Jackson's ex-wife, Margaret Maldonado. She was working for him at the time, but for Michael viner. And one day she sneaked me in early copy of this salacious book, and no one had seen it yet, Margaret got the proofs and begged me not to show or tell anyone about it. I said, no, no, I won't. I'm not going to write about it. I just want to read it myself, okay? So I go back to the hotel or wherever I was and start reading this book and the proofs and maybe two years ago, I read a couple of the more filthy chapters on this show. The book contains a bunch of stories written by three prostitutes and one actress about this sexual encounters with a bunch of different Hollywood celebrities. There was a Robin and Liza grier, Linda Hammond, and Alexandra daddy. And inside are all these lurid tales of what these girls discovered while having sex with the likes of Nicholson Warren Beatty, Don Henley, Bruce Willis, Robert Evans, John Claude Van Damme, Mickey Rourke, on and on. And a very, very detailed stories. Whether they're all true or not, I don't know. It's just the horrors point of view. So my jaw was on the floor when I started reading this. A couple of days later, I'm at Evans house for one of his great get togethers. Robert Shapiro, Geraldo Rivera, Jacqueline bessette, Beverly Johnson, Neil sedaka, a lot of luminaries in addition to the dynamic to all of Jack Nicholson and Warren Beatty, who are always at Evans house back in the 90s, and now I have all this information inside me bursting out and I don't know that Jack Warren and bob know about this. And then my eyes couldn't believe what I was seeing. The publisher Michael Weiner walks into the party. And he lived a few doors down from heaven, so it kind of made sense, but I know all this information from the book he published and I grabbed Margaret and I go, what the fuck is he doing here? She's like, what's the big deal? I go, he's publishing a book about what a few hookers have to say about a few of the men at this party. But balls on this guy,
Why Author Mark Shaw Sought the Truth in the JFK Assassination
"For folks who don't know anything about you, how did you get into this? Because anybody who's been alive in our lifetimes know that there's been tremendous controversy and confusion around certainly the death of president Kennedy, the death of Marilyn Monroe, and many people haven't even heard of Dorothy kill gallon. What brought you? What is your background that brought you to investigate these things as you have done over the years? Well, you ask about how I got into all of this and I have no idea in some ways very Quinn. President Kennedy was killed 60 years ago, you know, nearly 60 years ago or a little bit more. You know, I like everybody else. I cried my ears out. I was a Purdue university as a freshman. And yet over the years then, I bought all this material about J. Edgar Hoover saying Oswald alone. Oswald alone all of that and everything else. And then I had a real break with this because I knew Melvin Belli, who represented Jack Ruby, who shot Lee Harvey Oswald. I practiced law with him in San Francisco in the 80s. And when Belle I died, I started to look into his life and times and I found out that I could have a book there. So I wrote Melvin bell I king of the courtroom. And what I found out was the alarming, a couple things. First of all, he was very close with the mafia, one of his main clients was Mickey Cohen, the Los Angeles gangster. You're talking about but more than talking about Bella, are you talking about Marvin belli was close with the mafia? Melvin bell. Melvin Belli. Bella. Yeah. San Francisco attorney, but also he was known as a tort lawyer. He was a personal injury lawyer. How in the world I asked myself, I mean, you're a curious guy. How did he become Jack Ruby's attorney? So I started looking into that and what I found out was that actually he was a hired by those who wanted to silence Jack Ruby for his participation in the killing of Oswald and the JFK assassination. So
Who Is DOJ Special Counsel Jack Smith?
"What happened here In this case several years ago about The Republican governor Bob McDonnell who had a hell of a political career ahead of him Bob McDonald took a lot of gifts Mostly his wife did too At the time there was not a legal in the state of Virginia Was a wise No Did he commit a federal offense That's the issue The public integrity section of the criminal division of the United States Department of Justice was headed by this guy Jack Smith Jack smith's wife just done a documentary on excuse me Michelle Obama And is donated heavily to the Biden campaign So these are radical Democrats very very partisan You can assume this U.S. attorney or this head of the public integrity section is the same So what happened Well there's a definition in federal law in terms of bribes official bribes There's a definition for it In the bribery statutes in the interpretation of it Basically it's an official act The official act done on behalf of somebody as a result of receiving a gift a quid pro quo There is no evidence whatsoever The governor MacDonald had done an official act for anybody That there was any quid pro quo But that didn't stop Jack Smith the new special counsel investigating Trump From expanding it
Jack Posobiec Describes the 'Saudi Shuffle'
"What's going on with Saudi Arabia? Outside of silly soccer stuff. Let's go on with the pump and dump. We call it the Saudi shuffle a massive pump and dump that took place yesterday. Single source reporting, similar to the international distribution James laporta, who was summarily fired from Associated Press. I don't know why they were dumpster diving into the bargain bin of The Daily Beast of higher reporters. I hope they never do that again. After they had to fire him for lying about the Poland missile strike that turns out actually was a cream missile, not a Russian missile. It was a stray missile, by the way zelensky still yet to apologize for that, or at least offer condolences. But in Saudi Arabia, there was a single sourced anonymous report to The Wall Street Journal yesterday that said that Saudi Arabia would be ramping up oil production. Now, remember, this has been a huge strategic goal for the Biden administration to ramp up OPEC's oil production because they've put the lock and chain on all American domestic production. And so for a second there, it looked as though the oil would be flooding the pumps would be going from Saudi Arabia and all because the Biden administration had given immunity to MBS himself The Crown prince essentially the ruler of Saudi Arabia in these lawsuits regarding the death of Khashoggi. This guy Khashoggi was in a very shady, very sinister character, wrote for The Washington Post, so already someone that we should definitely have an asterisk next to. But again, you tied to some very, very bad people in the Middle East. But here's what happened. The Saudis came out and completely denied the reports of the price of oil Charlie. For a couple hours there on the markets, the oil futures just spell. They were suddenly lying down. They said, oh, there's this huge deal because the Biden White House was taking incoming all day over this Khashoggi's widow comes out and is like, oh, how about you've killed him again? So she said, you've killed him again. Well, the dirty little secret is, it looks as though this entire thing was fake, and it was either cooked up by somebody on the street who had some nice puts maybe in the oil market and conducted a literal pump and dump with oil futures or or where they working potentially in conjunction with somebody in The White House. The Biden administration that was looking for a little bit of cover fire for the fact that they had given immunity to MBS and
The Left's Child-Mutilating Death Cult With Terry Schilling
"Another piece of tape here, NBC's brandy zadrozny blames Matt Walsh and libs of TikTok for the increase in violence against the gay community. So it's somehow Matt's fault and Elon's fault and libs of TikTok and shows like ours fault because we're really concerned that children are going to be medically mutilated and lied to by their teachers and these groomers. Play cut 59. Content moderation is a hard task. What we know is that Twitter and where the bulk of this information is right now because that's where the biggest accounts like Matt Walsh and lives of TikTok again where they sort of post this stuff. What's being done? Well, two days ago, we know that Elon Musk, who owns Twitter now. He just reversed the policy that Twitter did have against targeting and harassment of LGBTQ people against misgendering transgender people. So that narrative continues Terry any other thoughts. Yeah, look, I want to skip to the versions because that's what this is. They are the ones committing violence against transgender people or as I would describe them people with gender dysphoria. We need to hold them accountable for the violence and the destruction that they are inflicting on our brothers and sisters on our children. They are destroying their lives. They are creating sexually destroyed people that won't be able to have families that won't be able to have sexual gratification down the road. These are evil people and that's called projection. They are projecting their own guilt onto us because they know that they are the ones that are destroying our kids. They're the ones that are making these people unhappy. And you know why they're doing it because there's power behind it because there's money behind it. This big pharma companies, these surgeons, they're all on camera now, talking about how much money they're making. They're the evil ones. We're the good ones. Don't relent. We have to keep fighting.
Charlie Welcomes Terry Schilling of the American Principles Project
"Welcome back to the program. Hey, thanks so much for having me, Charlie. So Terry, there's a lot of news to go through here and Terry, you run the wonderful American principles project to do a great job. Talk about some of the work you did this last cycle first. Well, we were up and running in several of these battleground Senate states, Arizona, Nevada, Wisconsin, Michigan, even and we were running campaign as educating American people, the American people about the threat to our kids, especially as it comes to transgenderism. We ran a lot of ads on women's sports. But this year we did something new that we haven't done before. We ran ads educating Americans about these transgender surgeries, the hormone treatments, and just the overall gender indoctrination that the left is doing to our kids in schools, and we produce really powerful ads. Charlie, we spent almost $15 million this cycle. It's something I'm really proud of because frankly, and I think you probably don't aware of this. The pro family movement has done a lot of great things and been good at a lot of things, but they've retreated from the political battlefield. And that's what we do in American principles project is be fill that political gap for the family. And we win campaigns and elections for them. So we're still reading on the results for how the impact that our ads had on the electorate. But we know that where the Republicans and the politicians that really leaned into these culture war issues and went on offense, they won by huge margins, right? Like look at Ron DeSantis, he won by barely half of a percentage point in 2018. He takes on Walt Disney corporation of all people. And wins by almost 20 points. Mike dewine in Ohio signed a heartbeat bill into law. He wins by 35 points. These guys that actually went into the culture war and led on this stuff. They were rewarded handsomely at the polls. And we need to get rid of the Mitch McConnell's of the world and the mccarthys and the Tom emmers, and we really need to start rewarding our guys when they fight for us because these guys want to keep us from fighting. It's been a disaster.
Glenn Kirschner Sheds Some Light on Special Counsel Jack Smith
"So let's get to the big question. Because we've been flailing without you as you know. Ever since the appointment of Jack Smith, who apparently is not the guy in the matrix, he puts on sunglasses. I think he is. But no, it's a different guy. Different guy. Okay. But Glenn, I think it was Barbara mcquaid, I saw on TV first that said, you know, the Justice Department wouldn't be doing a special prosecutor if they weren't going to indict. If they were going to decline. So, you know, and then everyone from tally nostalgia was like, this is no Jill wine banks initially said this is a waste of time and money. And you and I have been obviously impatient for justice for a long time and my first thought is, why isn't an indictment? Why is it, you know, yet another step. But, you know, it takes me a second to calm down. But just a little. But I think we all have Mueller fatigue, right? We think, oh God, are we starting all over again, blah, blah, blah. And a lot of people have pointed out how Lawrence tribe and others that they think this will speed it up and not slow it down. Dying to get your take on it because I do get that it's different a bill Barr's not in charge, it's not Trump's Justice Department. He is not starting from scratch, but give us your whole overview on this. Yes, Steph, I wish we had an hour. There's so much to unpack. And we do have, we have superhero fatigue. We thought bob Mueller was going to come in and take Trump out. His report did take Trump out the problem is Congress and the Department of Justice didn't act on the crimes that bob Mueller documented in volume two of the Trump Russia report. We thought Merrick Garland was going to come in and do what was necessary. It turns out in hindsight, Merrick Garland turned out to be too much judge and not enough prosecutors. So I am not prepared to say Jack Smith is galloping in on the white horse and he's going to take care of all this. However, first thing I did was I talked to all my Friends and former colleagues who worked with or for Jack Smith. I don't know Jack personally, to a person, they can not speak highly enough of his determination to hold criminal politicians accountable. Without regard to politics or criticism or fear of failure, here's why I really like the appointment of Jack Smith. We can do an autopsy on whether Merrick Garland should have appointed a special counsel. There are good arguments on both sides, but I think the bottom at the bottom of it all wants Trump announced he was a candidate. Let's face it, Merrick Garland is Joe Biden's attorney general. So to have Joe Biden's attorney general going after Joe Biden's only announced political opponent in the 2024 election, I believe, left Merrick Garland, no other choice but to appoint a special counsel.
"jack" Discussed on Popcast
"My advice is that it's okay if it's hard. You can listen to modern love wherever you get your podcasts. They said it couldn't be done and yet it's Peter Rosenberg on podcast. I want to know who said it couldn't be done. Non believers, you know who believes? God did. That's right. I knew this day would come. It's true. You know Peter from hot 97, of course. You know Peter from the one up his life podcast. Peter and I go back a long way. And here we are on the same plane. We have arrived on the same plane. And it is a gift to be able to talk to you about the taxonomy of white rappers, which of course I know you have spent a great deal of time thinking about in your career. I have spent a great deal of time thinking about in my career. And the occasion of Jack Harlow certainly fires those engines up. At least for me, I gotta assume for you as well. Absolutely. It's funny, you know, without you and I speaking, it seemed that we kind of reached the exact same conclusion about Jack Harlow, and as two white hip hop, longtime hip hop fans, there is a lot of thought we put into white rappers. I mean, there's literally probably not one white rapper over the last 15 years that I haven't had some sort of falling in and out with or there's some sort of standard that I have a tendency and I think other white hip hop adds of a tendency to hold white wrappers too. And I think with good reason. And I think Jack Harlow has entered a space that is truly unique in terms of the careers we've seen of the white rapper predecessors that he has. This is the thing that's most striking me about Harlow and I think let's start with him and then we can kind of work our way backwards, right? So the thing that is most striking about his ascent, the lanes through which he has arrived and the nature of his triumph is he's trying to be what I would term for lack of a better phrase, a centrist rapper. He's trying to be a rap Caviar rapper, a mainstream rapper who maybe has a little bit of quote unquote pop or crossover appeal if we're thinking in the 90s or 2000s terminology. But effectively, he wants to play with everybody who's big in the game right now and is not positioning himself as someone coming from an outside perspective trying to land here. He sort of saying, no, no, no, this is where I'm born and raised and why wouldn't I make records like this? I don't know that there's ever been a truly successful white rapper who took this position. And maybe the only answer to that and this is I don't mean this to be like a shot. Maybe the only answer is vanilla ice, but that's a totally loaded and different thing. Yeah, exactly. But do you feel that? Because even if you're thinking about Eminem, it's a different proposition. Yeah, Jack Harlow at this moment when he came back out for his second album. I realized that we had never had at least in my memory a white rapper sitting right in the middle of mainstream commercial hip hop. In other words, for people who need more context, making music for a mostly black and female fan base. At least that's his desired intent. Now, with white rappers, they always have a tendency to Garner a huge white audience. No matter what they do, whether they prioritize it or not, white people are going to find themselves some other white people. It's just going to happen. But in terms of the way he's positioning himself, Jack Harlow is mostly known for what's poppin. That was going into this album. That was his seminal moment in music. And now maybe first class is right there as well. But with what's popping, he became a truly successful commercial club rapper. A space that's been occupied by white rappers momentarily, but they often can not stay there. I mean, this is the space that G eazy wanted to pass. I like cheesy. I always feel like I need to add the caveat. I really do like cheesy. I actually think he got probably too little credit. I think he's a pretty dope artist. But he wasn't able or at least hasn't been able to so far stay in that space where he's reaching the mainstream black audience. He still has his fans and was streaming music. You could always find your fans, but he's no longer occupying this mainstream commercial radio place that Jack Harlow has found himself comfortably in, culminating with a BT awards performance this past weekend in which he did a duet with brandy ended a full basic, like a dance routine. So he's in rarified air right now. I'm glad you brought up G Ye 'cause needless to say I spent a lot of time thinking about jeezy during the Harlow rollout. Here's the thing about G eazy. Before G eazy really got on. When he was still a Bay Area local rapper, I always thought those records were good. They're catchy, they're a little bit self aware. He had a character, but the character didn't eat him alive. He was just like a good rapper who happened to be kind of like the conventionally handsome slick hair white guy. The minute he signed, like for real signed, all of a sudden it was like, we're putting them with Britney. We're putting them with pop singer. And I think that no one on that team understood that every time they went in that direction, they were gnawing away at the potential for him to be a truly mainstream rap star. I think they kept removing him from that. And when I talk to Harlow and you also talk to Harlow, you and you grow and Laura. When I talk to Jack, he was very mindful of what pop things say yes to and what pop things to say no to. And spoke very frankly about turning down what I interpreted to be those kinds of young starlet collaborations. Because he understood that it would take him away from the audience that he actually is aiming his records for. So it's a really interesting point because G eazy found success with some of these collaborations. But in the long term, how did it affect you? And how did it affect the way you received? So far, with tutelage of DJ drama, Harlow has really done a great job navigating the space in a way where I actually told him when I saw him for our interview. I said, watch out. This is the spot you're in the spot right now. Where people are going to try to get you up out of here. This is the time when people are going to question, are you legit? Why did you have that hit? Who are you? I mean, full disclosure, he was going to The Breakfast Club the next day. I said, be careful setting up there with Charlemagne. He will say that thing that could end you if you don't answer it exactly right. So far, the Jack Carlos credit, and the only reason I gave him this advice is because I think he's a good dude who deserves this opportunity. And because he is that guy, he is so far managed to handle all these things the right way. And I think sort of rewarded the people who have believed in him.
"jack" Discussed on Popcast
"Turkish mother pecks up. Laura, you talked obviously your piece about the Drake stuff. Tell me a little bit just on a raw level how this album struck you and then we can kind of get into the long Drake umbrella. I didn't go into it thinking I'm about to sit down and listen to a rap album. I sat down and was just like there's gonna be some pop stuff on here probably, you know, to do a leap of snip was out before the album the first class snippet and then the song blew up and then everyone hated the song even though they loved the snippet even though I don't think the song was finished when the snippet blew up and I think they rushed to finish it because it sounds undone to me, but I ended up saving with 11 of the 15 songs on the album. I go back to like a boy the grass a lot. I really like I got a shot. It's not anything mind-blowing. It's not reinventing the wheel. It's reinventing Drake, if anything, but I didn't think it was so bad that I couldn't get through the whole thing, which I saw a lot of people not be able to get through the whole thing, but I was listening to it the way I would listen to any other pop album that I wouldn't necessarily love every song on, but it's just like this came on. It's fine. I thought the sample choices were interesting and that was the draw for me. It was the referencing back to kiss me through the phone and somebody that I used to know and glamorous and there was no way I was escaping the grips of that. It just wasn't going to happen. And so I feel like I was the target audience for this in a way that a lot of other people were not. But I also was not a huge fan of Jack's first album, which was a lot more of his actual skill set being put on display. His actual storytelling being put on display, even the songs on that album that I really loved like creme just sounded like Drake songs to me and I liked them because they sounded like Drake's songs because I think as a pop fan, Drake is the most accessible rapper just because he occupies both those faces in the same way that like Drake is the Taylor Swift of rap kind of thing. I'm actually interested to hear that you like
"jack" Discussed on The Times: Daily news from the L.A. Times
"And are any of these efforts helping has the family of Jack gotten any solid leads? There have been leads I joined Zoe while she walked up the Venice boardwalk and a man who went by the name DJ leaf in the win. A Venice character told her, I've seen this guy. And he gave her a streets to go visit not far away. So, you know, we're looking we're both looking in chalk thinking, could this be real or is this completely fabricated? We don't know this man, but we have, you know, it's giving her hope in that moment. And she actually went to that area and she found other people who said, yes, I believe we have seen this man. Yeah, it's hard. You know, like when actually when we were driving today, there was a kid on a skateboard as we were driving down the road and I was looking like, John, is that him? Is that him? And you know, yeah, I get this little spark of hope and then, no, it's just been this roller coaster, or you see the back of someone and they turn around and you're like, just sunk. So it hasn't led to anything completely concrete. But it certainly served to keep hope alive by having people continuously say, yes, he does look familiar, and I have, I believe I have seen him. Yeah, again, Jack's been missing for 7 months. That's a long time, and yet the family still has that hope that he's alive by, you know, by instances like that. Exactly. And I spoke to the detective on the case with the sheriff's department, and she herself said they do believe that he is alive and probably living between Venice and Malibu, possibly in a homeless encampment where it's very difficult to necessarily know where someone is. And finally, in general, you know, California has tens of thousands of people reported as missing every year. What are the general stats of people being found? Unfortunately, you know, not all cases in that well of last year, 831 people who were reported missing out to have died and 1400 were arrested. I was actually really surprised about 41,000 adults went missing last year, 60% of them are men. I just thought that was an interesting anecdote. But actually, 29,000 people reported missing, not necessarily from that year, but total returned on their own or were found by law enforcement. So that's a large proportion of people having a relatively positive outcome. Lila, thank you so much for this conversation. Thanks so much for having me. I appreciate it. Jack's family has a website with photos and other info about him, so check out help find Jack Stein all one word help find Jack Stein dot com. And that's it for this episode of the times. Daily news from the LA times. Hey, I'm tamera Ken docker, and I grew up at the intersection of a bunch of different cultures. And that gave me a deep appreciation of other places and an understanding of how connected we all are. That's why we called our new podcast, nothing is foreign. This is world news that recognizes were all part of a global community. A series for people who want the view from the ground. Nothing is foreign comes out every Friday. Find it on CBC listen or wherever you get your podcasts. Want to boost your immunity and protect your community, get a COVID-19 booster. They help keep you and others safe from the virus and its variants. This season and beyond. If it's been at least 6 months since your last dose of Pfizer or Moderna, or at least two months since your last dose of J&J, it's time for a booster. Visit my turn dot CA dot gov to find a booster near you. Let's keep our immunity strong. Get your booster and a flu shot while you're at it too, brought to you by the California department of public health. And that's it for this episode at the times. Daily news from the LA times. Tomorrow, the Oscars are happening this weekend. So we're handing over the show to our sister podcast the envelope. They'll give us analysis predictions and more for this year's awards. Angel carreras was a hair found this episode, and our show is produced by Shannon Lin, Denise Gerard, kasia brusselian, Ashley Brown and angel carreras. Our engineers Mario Diaz are editors Kinsey Merlin. Our executive producers are Hassan aguilera and shani Hilton and our theme music is by Andrew Ethan. And hey, we want your feedback, we still want your feedback. Thank you from Baltimore to New York to even Georgia for your feedback, so step it up, California, color text 6 one 9 800 zero 7 one 7 6 one 9 800 zero 7 one 7, tell us who you are where you're calling from and what you think about our show, but I'm not gonna say who's poochie just yet. Thanks in advance. I'm Gustav Ariana. We'll be back tomorrow with all the news in this madre gracias..
"jack" Discussed on The Times: Daily news from the L.A. Times
"Wow. How long have you been missing? 7 and a half months. Wow, that's so that's terrible. So if you, you know, if you guys do see him, please call that. We have this exact shit here. I looked at it when I got there, okay. Yeah. Thank you so much. I'm so glad. So thank you. Where is this taking place? A lot of people go missing every year in California in 2021 alone over 41,000 adults and a quarter of those people were missing from Los Angeles County. It can feel hopeless trying to find one of these folks, a needle in a highly populated haystack. What's his name? Yeah, he doesn't look familiar. 6 three. Minis tall. Yeah, you're here. Oh well. Yeah. So yesterday we were here and there was a guy with a mask on who I showed the picture of Jack too, and he said, oh yeah, I've seen him here, usually he's here early in the morning, so then we decided this morning to come down around 8 this morning and see if we can find him. What lengths would you be willing to go find someone that you love? Even as their disappearance, edges closer and closer to becoming a cold case. I'm Gustav Ariane, you're listening to the times, daily news from the LA times. It's Thursday, march 24th, 2022. Today, we have the story of a family working to find their missing loved one. I'll keep my eyes up. Okay. You know, if I'm ever a parent, I would want someone to do this for you. Yeah, thank you so much. You know? It's totally appreciated. Thank you so much, you guys. Yeah, get it out there post it out there. That's and Norton and she's at a skate park in Venice Beach looking for one of California's many missing persons. Lyla seidman covers breaking news for the Los Angeles Times, and she's been following this family story. Lila, welcome to the times. Thanks so much for having me. I appreciate it. First off, who was Anne looking for? So Anne was looking for her son. His name is Jack Stein. Her son has been missing for more than 7 months. And she came out here following up on leads that her daughter had found when she came out in mid February. Some days I'm like, he clearly is not out there. We just haven't found it his body, right? But then other days I'm like, I don't know, I just wake up sometimes and I'm like, he's out there somewhere we just have to find him and literally it's our upon hour it changes. But yeah, what am I going to do? I'm his mom, you know? I'm always going to be rooting for him and hoping we can find him. I can't see ever giving up on that. You know, until we have him. So Lila Jack Jack Stein, who is he and how would the family describe him? Jack Stein is the brother of Zoe Kushner. There's only two children in that family and they describe him as extremely charismatic. Someone who could make friends with people everywhere he goes very artistic and very athletically inclined. Those were the three things that was stressed to me. As well as ambitious, he worked as a broker at a financial services company. Jack is 6 three. Medium to slight build, red, wavy hair. It's probably kind of long at this point. Probably a beard as well. It's got blue eyes. And he's very handsome. You know, he's a very handsome guy. He's very engaging, you know? His whole life he's been a seller. He's always on the hustle, you know, he always wanted to have a career, make a ton of.
"jack" Discussed on Equity
"Crunch yet, so my memory is not as accurate as maybe Alex's would be, but I kind of wondered if it's a shot at Facebook slash meta, but maybe I'm just creating drama here. I do think that Jack has stuck tweeted Facebook many times. And I do think that over on the Facebook slash meta side, we are seeing situations of is Zuckerberg's ego negatively affecting the company. I don't know. I think you both raised a very good point. The first to your point, I think it was Elliott capital management. That was agitating a year and a half ago to get jacker moved. They came to some sort of agreement they hashed it out behind closed doors. But the complaint there was that Jack has two jobs. One is leading square, a consumer and business focused FinTech company. And then the other was running Twitter, which is the international watering hole of the duva sphere, which is to be clear, not the same business. There's a reasonable point to be made, though I'll just throw out there that I think Twitter has had the best 6 months in recent memory in the last 6 months. And so he's leaving on a bit of a high, but almost a surprising moment because think about the product work they've done. I mean, like, this is the Twitter we always wanted. I am always. Ready to say Jack, please don't leave, because it's finally good and you leaving my fuck it up, maybe. We kind of have a running joke at TechCrunch on the consumer side of how there's just new Twitter product news like all the time. It's so constant. I mean, in the past couple of months now there's Twitter blue. The subscription service and Alex is dancing on the Zoom. There's Twitter spaces where we are currently. There's talks about Twitter accepting Bitcoin tips and letting people show NFTs on their profile, which I know we want to get into later, Twitter's potential pivot toward crypto and interest in that, there's also been so many acquisitions like review and a newsletter service, which you probably see in people's profiles that have revenue newsletters. It's like right there under their bio. They acquired threader. They've just been making a lot of moves, which is pretty unprecedented for this company that has over the past years before this year pretty much not really iterated on the product. But now they're doing so much. I'm scared that Jack leaving might derail that, but he seems to have complete confidence in the new CEO. The board gave him unanimous consent..
"jack" Discussed on Bald Move TV
"Does obviously what the tile based on here in the intro i think is based on. I've never seen samurai jack how how good of a play on. Samurai jack is the intro to this thing. It's not really like i feel like it's loosely connected in that like they're samurai. Jack is actually in american anime by that again. The target kofsky guy who did The clone wars did that primal. That are really liked. A couple of years ago about the speaking of cro-magnon man that team's up at the t. rex to get the to get revenge. He's got this. Like very distinctive squared off fingers and everything's angular very fluid and simple and impressionistic almost character is like a like a a caricature of the characters. But it now. This is more of like sam. This is more of like Sailor moon kind of trash level like that kind of a anime like bubble gum anime which enjoy. Because i've been watching sailor moon crystal crystal silver crystal chronicles. Whatever the newest version is and be stars and shit like that lately. That is this kind of like you know the the The intro was just chefs gifts. I i loved it a lot. It was is pretty good. They replaced the usual. Mardi intro with one. That had the rick. And morty songwriters just like a weird version of it but there's something i don't understand about the the dialogue and loved it. How they.
"jack" Discussed on By Kids For Kids
"Jack listened at the door and heard the giants saying to himself. The stupid young man lies in his bed. if only new he'll soon be dead. Jack searched around the room and soon a large thick bundle of would he laid it in the bed and covered it with the blanket. It looked like he was keeping in the bed then. He hid himself in dot corner of the room.
"jack" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show
"Six months to a year to get through this and again you know my personality. I'm going no no. I'm jack grandma. Don and a couple of weeks. And i just couldn't pull myself up. That was the craziest thing. I've never been able to pull myself up and to get going. And i felt like a dead man walking now. The funny thing is now. I'm assuming there are people listening to this program who have struggled some kind of depression so many people have and the problem is you know it's not like i lost a finger. Look there's no way to show anybody what it is. There's no no way even to know yourself. Is this depression or is this some new kind of reality. Is this reality. And so when it hits you even responding to it. I mean again if somebody stabs you you don't say well who knows. Maybe that's just something my body is doing. You know like okay. I need to get stitches. I need to get to a doctor. But depression is so insidious the a lot of times you kind of think. Well maybe i need to just pray harder or maybe do and then guilt can come in where you're beating yourself up. What is wrong with me. And i don't want to tell anybody because they're gonna see right through me that this is this is baloney this is not a particularly insidious and so you just to get to the physical peace now. So so you were you. Having some kind of treatments was was there. Any physical component as this happened or was this after. All that happened was where were you in terms of your physical health when you went into this season. Okay so the fiscal health was was good. Though there was you know concern. That maybe i would need further treatment which i ended up getting some further treatment and now here we are twelve years later. I'm happy to report. I'm cancer free. And we'd beat. We beat the cancer a so it was the year it was the emotional side that not down. Not the physical side. It was the fears. I here i am a pastor. I remember writing in my journal before going into the surgery. Lord don't let me flinch in the fire. So i really wanted to be strong and didn't flinch and i did flinch but to use the story of chad rack. Check in bendigo. You know christ was with me in the fire. The son of man and i will say like we preach like we teach adversity brought greater maturity. i'm a better pass drama better comforter of people having experienced this. I understand this If somebody tells me they're having a mental health issue. I get it a lot more and so It's it's very real. You're right it is not something you can see from the outside. It's not a wound. It's not you know you're you're not limping except in your soul. Well it's just wonderful to have you talking openly about this. The book is reignite fresh. Focus for an enduring faith talking to jack. Graham the nasdaq part of the problem. I was talking to voting outcome earlier. Certain things are so insidious another words if somebody says. Hey you've got depression. You need to pray more or listen to more worship music or what way that could solve certain kinds of depression which is why you really do. Think like it. Could it could be me because there are people who are doing the wrong things if you're not exercising if you're not any number of things that can contribute right but it's been my experience that you could do everything right and even the depression can make it difficult to pray can make it difficult to read scripture so you need to have discernment about that kind of thing. One of the things that happens. Is you start believing lies. And because depression lies to you and the the thing that i dealt with so much was you're stuck like this forever. We're gonna. I wanna come back and talk about that. Depression is unique. Think you're gonna be stuck with forever that is that is a major major piece of deep depression. We'll be right back talking to jack.
"jack" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show
"I use it it works. Check it out. both his taxes on the taxes. Show up i don't. I can't remember the last time that has happened to me. But i'm interviewing someone right now. Who's last name. Almost no one can pronounce. I thought maybe he can pronounce it for us. Jack tell my audience how to pronounce your last name. Yes so here in the us. So i got the one of those polish last names right so sobek is what we go by is so big yeah. They're longer much more complicated. Slavic true pronunciation but here in the anglosphere the all reside. I just go with selvik. Type it easy on people. I've been following you on twitter and on twitter. It makes no difference how you pronounce the name. Jack per sobek jack sobek Tell my audience. Because i just love to do this with people like to introduce them to my audience. So your your little complicated. I wanna make sure that my audience understands who you are where you're coming from. Where did you grow up. Sure so originally grow up in philadelphia areas so just outside philly valley forge people know that spot actually got married in valley forge so place. It's very close to my heart. Muscle temple university ended up in an as as you do After college. I moved to china for two years. Spent two years living working there learning the language learning to speak mandarin. Wait a minute what did you say after college. I moved to china. the why. why did you move to now. I know you've got an into military intelligence and find stuff but after why did you move to china jack. You grew up in the philly area. A lot of people who grew up in the philly area. Don't end moving to china. How so can you explain that. Yes oh for me. Geopolitics and your national politics always been a focus of mine. And that was what i studied when i was in school. And even though this was back during really the height of the iraq war the war. On terror right. I just kept seeing every issue and suddenly be that china was tied to so many different things that were going on at even back then. It's a pretty big country fifteen years ago and saying that you know i think obviously this war on terror stuff is big now but honestly i think that china may be in. The future could actually be a bigger issue or the united states. That was pretty chretien of you around words. It is extremely appreciative. You jack sobek and so. What did you do in china. This is one thing to say. You know what. I'm no longer live in the philly area. I'm going to go to china. What do you do in china financial. Originally it started. As i was doing last semester abroad was study abroad program and i ended up getting an internship with the shanghai american chamber of commerce right there and so is working with. Us companies laying high american chamber of commerce right so the american chipper commerce in shanghai right. So we're helping. Us companies to be able to get into china to be able to sell. You know hershey's chocolate kids or disney movies. Whatever it is. We might get into the chinese market right and then eventually one another consulting firm that was kind of doing the same type of business said. Hey what are you doing when you graduate. And i said i don't know maybe travel a little bit and he said we'll do jobs so i said sure so i was doing international business consulting in shanghai for about two years. So how'd you get into the military intelligence So i was given choice at one point in about two thousand and eight and it was you know. Do you want to stay here. And do you want to continue on this path of very lucrative path. You know to to be working in that trade national trade between china. You want to sell your soul and there's a lot a lot of people that can do that. The language right or do you wanna go and and in my head. I was thinking. I don't wanna be that guy. I don't wanna be that guy and i thought you know. I learned so much about china. I learned about the party system..
"jack" Discussed on The Eddie Trunk Podcast
"Did you know it was the biggest from for me. Having had the first record and then going to the second record it was the biggest. Most immediate noticeable change was not only the production and the quality of the production. But the way stephen sang was it was. I thought way better and and completely different Before we end here we're going to go through just a quick thing or two on some bands. I wanna hit you with jack throughout your discography but obviously for me and my audience a lot of interest in aerosmith and getting some stuff from you on the various records you made so we talked a little bit about the first record which was get your wings and then of course. The monster record comes in toys in the attic as you made the third aerosmith record the second that you worked on. Did you have any idea as you began making toys that it was going to become this landmark record. No none whatsoever but the band after. Get your wings. The band went on the road and cover those tunes and play those solos and flake. Both the first and second became real road dogs. I mean. I don't know months and months of a tour and playing every night and and then came then columbia called for the next record because they thought maybe we have something. And so i think maybe dream on out and started moves well And so the call to the second for the third record and And so. I went up to boston and we started. Pre-production may didn't really.
"jack" Discussed on The Eddie Trunk Podcast
"That would go on. After we went out. Every night i went up there The way that keith. Moon got into pete's group or stunning he would come through the window. Which meant that which meant that. He opened the window and his sweet climbed out on allege was really narrow nine floors up above central park south. Climb across the window. Open pete's window. And then in and i was gone i was the only person thought that that was like really strange. Everybody else is just like hey keith. So so did you. Did you Outside of this initial early phase of the. Who did you. Did you ever in your career work again with the who in any capacity or was that it not no except that Except that pete used to write me and sending me demos which i thought he used two semi these great letters and and At said that he was going to recommend recommend me other people and that we had a great time. And i had a good future And i saw him. You know not too many years ago at a at a rehearsal. He was walking in the some record president and some talent this girl that he square moaning And and i ran into the hall. I said pete and he just looked at me for a second. I said jack. Douglas and he said oh my god wow and he introduced me to his artist friend And he said. This is jack douglas. We made him famous one hundred years and and and that was. That was the last time i did they. They were playing They were playing while we were doing his records and while we were going out nightly on these adventures we go to clubs and they were just bust them up. I mean i didn't know existed. And there would be insanity you know keita so so earlier so i just wanted to tell you where so They were playing at The tennis the far hills and shake. That's where they were doing this gig Which was the whole reason. They are in new york and they were kinda recording illegally So they they said to me we want you.
"jack" Discussed on The Eddie Trunk Podcast
"What works. What doesn't you know. I'm really really learning An assistant jay messina. He's jingle king. We're doing ford commercials airline commercials. That's like those start at nine in the morning. Sometimes forty piece orchestra rhythm section background singers lead singer and announcer done leaves with the mix in four hours so learning that you you you know. It may take longer to set up the chairs. Then do the section watching jay you know. He was unbelievable they. They sold them from a fact because they wanted a little bit of jingle business in the morning you know to fill. This was basically a rock studio so empty in the morning. So assist england jazz dates and then You know really get my chops together. And then they put me on the made me the guy doing people's for trek game. Oh so one day This this artist comes in like unknown iran. I recognized him because he played in the hassles and i used to see that band. We used to play the same clubs island. Sometimes so it was billy joel already ripped brought and billy joel to record demos You know was just a piano. He's recording demos to try to get an you'll for columbia and i'm recording these demos for track and this and this and jack this would have been because before billy joel operating under his own name. He actually was in a hard rock band. I think called attila. So this was after that i would imagine. Oh yes well after it tila because between them because the hassles were in the sixties anyone's put the horns on right You know with that. Attila thing and then this was his chance to go so but i remember very well from the hassles. You remember me but you know. I've mentioned that i've seen him at I can't remember the name of the club out in the island that you played going off dinosaurs and i think the rolling stone as well Open for the vegas but anyway So hardy ripped Brings them in. Arne was a client of mine for davos all hooked on. Because you know he didn't pay much for them and You know ardy rip is no. I don't not know personally.
"jack" Discussed on The Eddie Trunk Podcast
"Anytime you want full shows audio video. More on the sirius. Xm app this week. I am bringing you an interview and people love when i do these guests on the show behind the scenes people in this case a producer a legendary producer by the name of jack douglas. Jack douglas did work with cheap trick. John lennon all the classic aerosmith albums zebra so much more in the interview. You're about to hear which got tremendous response. Jack tells his story early in life. And in all honesty i had to rush a little bit when we got to some of the arrowsmith records because he was running out of time that he had for me but he still gave me a good amount of time. And we'll do a part to them down the road but people love this interview. And i personally love getting the stories from the folks behind the scenes that made the records that we love so much. Jack douglas is certainly one of the biggest. And i think you're gonna love this interview. Got a lot of great response. When it aired live on my show on sirius. Xm so without further ado. Let's get to jack. Douglas the legendary producer. That's what we have for you this week on the trunk. Podcast enjoyed all right. It's eddie trunk and this trunk nation on sirius. Xm volume and it is a great great honor to welcome this guy to the show. It somebody that. I've been wanting to talk to and have an extended conversation about his amazing career for a really long time. We welcome now the great producer. Jack douglas jack. Thank you so much for doing this. How are you. i'm good a little bit. Embarrassed by the intro. Well when you look at the resume. Jack and you run down the resume and you see everything from john lennon to aerosmith. You certainly deserve an intro like that You know before we get into. And you know as i told you off the air the my audience is more on the hard rock side of things so they are absolutely going to be interested in that end of your career but the career is so diverse in so many amazing things you've done but in all the great producers that i've had on this show i liked obviously start at the beginning and get the story of how you became a producer most of the producers. I talked to out wanting to be musicians and being musicians themselves and then transitioning from there. How did it all start for you. it started You know when i was. I mean they used to be things called hootenanny and and that was like the folk scene in the early sixties. So while i was still in high school You.
"jack" Discussed on Set Lusting Bruce: The Springsteen Podcast
"The first guy. But i actually got into on my own was elton. John and i saw him for the first time in july. Nineteen seventy-six imagine bicentennial year. He's playing the capital center in landover maryland. Which is the closest big indoor arena to washington dc. So he comes out you know. In only he can. In like an elton john type uncle sam outfit and i was literally twelve years old. I was a month away from being thirteen. And i'm there. It's just like you know you're walking around going god. What does that smell. And then of course years what its main another guy and we're blood or ten feet from the stage it. Was you know the floor was wide open. You could stand on the floor and we were small enough and young from. We didn't care so we're up close to the stage. It was just wild. Hello everyone and welcome to a new episode of set. Listen bruce your podcast. All about bruce springsteen is music and mostly his fans. I am your host jesse jackson and Today we are getting off the bruce train and we're getting on a pirate ship maybe Or we are gonna talk a little bruce as well Jack hyland is joining me. This morning jack. Welcome to the show much for having me. I am so thrilled with You reminded me that you had posted something on twitter about jimmy buffett and i reached out because i'm a big buffet fan too. I don't think as big as you are. But i am certainly Have gone through my phases of listening to jimmy. And i said hey. Would you wanna talk on the show. You said absolutely so. Welcome and i'm so glad that we're starting off the spring talking a little music absolutely but it's still a so. Let's start out just hustle about yourself. Let my audience know little about you. Well i'm fifty seven years old I'm married with a child. A somehow he turns twenty five years old next this coming day. Turns thirty mine turned thirty one in february. I go how the hell did. My little grownup is unbelievable. How they get old and we stay the same. I've lived in on the east coast most of my life With the exception of a very brief time in the late in one thousand nine hundred nine my wife got into graduate school in southern california so we were out there then But i've either lived in fredericksburg. Virginia where i am now or charleston south carolina or white plains and for a very brief time in africa which is different story and my wife is currently africa now for work.
"jack" Discussed on I Love Sleep
"And then. We'll see what we can do. So he took the cows how to in his hand off he started. He hasn't gone far when he met finding looking old man who said to him. Good morning jack. Good morning do you said jack. And what did how he knew his name. Well jack and where are you off to said the man. I'm going to market to sell a cow here. Oh you look the proper sort of chapter. South cows said the man. I wonder if you know how many beans makes five to each had and run. Your mouth says jack as sharp as a needle you are says the man and he had the very beans themselves you went on pulling out of his pocket is a number of strange looking beans as your says sharp says he. I don't mind doing a swap with you. Your cow for these beings though along says jack. When did you like it. You don't know what these beans Said the man. If you plant them overnight by morning the grove right up to the sky really says jack you don't say so yes that is so it doesn't turn out to be true. You can have your car back rights since jack and hand over milky white souter and pockets. The beans back goes jack home and as he hadn't gone far. It wasn't dusk by the time. He got to his door back already. Jack said his mother. I see you haven't got milky white so you saw there. How much did you get for her. You'll never guess mother says jack. No you don't say so. good boy. Five pounds ten fifteen now. It can't be twenty..
"jack" Discussed on Pressure Points
"Like maybe we're going to wait and we'll push tomorrow so they're scrambling trying to get back into their atv's their aquatic transport via hopping. Back in getting fuck outta dodge. And i mean they're dropping mortars they're just machine gunfire crazy they get out of there now. They already know that zoo. Germans are expecting them. Sell magic says partisans you guys keep doing your Frontal assault do your thing. You guys drive in means commando boys. We're going around the back. That command commanders. Always take the back door always taken the back door so A next morning get up same thing. Germans were expecting the partisans going for the partisans magic and its commandments. Come around the back but they were. It was kind of expected from from the germans already knew they were coming. Obviously try to do a flank and he insists of his commando buddies are driving in. Jack's got his fucking sort out. He's ready and a mortar drops and kills his six friends shit. Churchill sheath sword pulls out his bagpipes and he starts playing will ye no come back again and he just fucking plays the shit out of the bagpipes. Germans threw a grenade over to him at explodes knocks him out cold but he didn't die. Magic doesn't fucking die in war man so they take him captive now. On his dog tax set churchill. Jack or john whatever. Churchill and the germans were worried that he might have missions to winston so they panic a little bit and say probably treated him better. Yeah they're like we can't kill him. We can't send your concentration camps right away but let's get his ass back to berlin so they take him to berlin interrogate the shout of him and he's like i don't have any relation to this guy with hell. They realized that he doesn't have a lot. He can give him other than probably sorta say a really nice bow on his back and his bagpipes. So they shipped him off to A couple of different places that bounce them around and the last straw before that sites tended to a concentration camp is he tries to cause some panic in a distraction and he lights trash on fire while they're fucking moving and they're like that's it. There's this fucking crazy. Good were him off to a concentration camp and they send him to.
"jack" Discussed on thebuzzr pod
"Yeah and so. Like i turner with conroy. Gigs and saint. Louis is a great place. It's it's just it's a. It's a very kind of racist environment in a way. But if you're a musician growing up there and you work with all these. I want to say people of different races but is actually black. People like just from a young age. I just wanted exposed to some of the bass balloons and you know it eventually wore off. I l a little bit i hope. Can you speak to one. Release one single one album. That definitely rings background in the influences more so than others. I don't know that that's a good question I think maybe jesus of new orleans is is a good example of you know using the blues the basis of the blues to kind of synthesize. You know it's like i was. I learned a long time ago. Like i am not like the blues singer. I just known somebody grape loosing or is that. I wouldn't even want to do that. But and that's that's thing that led me to do my own music you know like other people's lisa well and i was like darn it. I need to write music. I think she's mornings. I think that has like enough of influence. Okay from outside. I'm the it was released on. September twenty third two thousand and twenty. And it's been very well received slaw some funky track. That get shop. Dancing definitely gets me. I love it Tell me about the singles operation. When i was still young man living in saint louis. This was probably nineteen ninety between sometime nineties. There is a sky who was a local character. His name was beatle bob and he would go to these shows right like say your band will be playing somewhere beatle. Bob would come to the show into stance furiously just just by himself it. You could not dance with scott. I i love it. A lot of ads. Were annoyed by you know. But he was kind of a force in saint louis and it's also Based on my friend tony roman is another man type person who just show does. Does the craziest dances really crazy. But yeah it's I just had this vision of this guy who goes out to the clubs to dance any to stances like really crazy. Nobody can dance with him and you know and he looks like jesus. So it's like okay. I'm gonna call him. Jesus of new orleans. That's how it happened as a great. That's a great name well He also i've notice. You've call genoa Jesus of new orleans was released on cd digital format through a big wreckers Buzek so i like you jack Have anything else to add before we listen to the track. I'm just going to tell the listeners that does play for just under ten minutes. But you know what it's it's a great track. Go grab yourself a coffee and turn up the music. Listen to this check. That jack has Jerry anything else to add shot. I wanted to say like it's long ten minutes long. But it goes through a lot of different Levels along the way and also a shorter version out there like a single version. But i like the long run. Yes senator why. That's why i put it on the show. And i just listened to the the video that accompanies attract which was the full production video. That is going to be on the website. Under jack's profile and with along with social lakes. This is a story of a man. Sweet jesus of new orleans. Jesus.