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Hours after Dubois trade, Blue Jackets beat Lightning 5-2

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Hours after Dubois trade, Blue Jackets beat Lightning 5-2

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"jack russell" Discussed on The Eddie Trunk Podcast

The Eddie Trunk Podcast

06:01 min | 10 months ago

"jack russell" Discussed on The Eddie Trunk Podcast

"Never left you. It's IT'S INCREDIBLE. It really blows me away. Yeah you me both want surprise. Go Kid is still there. I said there's real quick. I've said this many times like you know when I came out and hosted some of those shows when they did that hair nation toward that. You guys headlined people all the time. It was amazing. Because I'd see Jack in the wings getting ready in like you'd walk up there and you have like little cane or something maybe to help you walk and then minute I'd intro you I turn around and there's this whirling dervish rock in Mike. Stand above the head singing. It was like the lights came on the audience. You know rose up and Boom Jack. Russell is turned the clock back thirty years. It was amazing. Yeah you know. I don't know what it is is. I'm definitely blessed you know and when I get on stage it's like you know I just get the electricity from the fans and the adrenaline starts to pump twenty five again. You know I mean lead me. Sometimes I'll pay for later like the next. How Albany are who every day put that first foot on the floor? Coming out of bed. I don't Care Day. Remember the day when you didn't feel your body feel it. It was like well. I don't feel anything and now it's like I notice every little like little God. Ooh Oh that hurts. I had muscle. There is like man but you feel like a kid and your head still. Don't feel any different I. I'm the same way and I truly believe that what we do. I mean I'm in a different out of it but what we do rock and Roll I. I am a firm believer young. Yeah I so. Many people who are mentally their age are way older. And I'm like maybe I still get the same buzz. I'm still like if I feel like in my mind. I'm still twenty two but when you when you first foot take that first foot off the bed in the morning. Realize I'm not takes me a little. Yeah gravity is not alone. No longer friend keeps us from flying up the planet me lately. You know I get. Yeah I gotta I gotTa wrap up here in a second but last thing for you you know Jack. Russell's great white very active touring a lot of weekends. Staffer going out on these little runs. Obviously for all the bands things are suspended. And nobody's out there right now. Maybe there's some signs it's going to start up in the smaller clubs and stuff soon. But what's your take on all of this? Are you itching to get back on the road are you? Are you concerned about it? Like what's the mindset? When things do start up for you well you know a little bit about. It's going to be kind of like see how it goes because my I'm not so concerned about these shows really you know 'cause I can kind of court myself off a lot of people but it's the plane flights that's what scares the hell out of me. You know yeah exactly. Don't know he's been in there. You know Jonky random sitting next to you in the seat or two seats away. And he's coughing and you know it's it's a little They just started the flight attendants. Having to wear masks. I mean that's I mean you gotTa have often those people you know it's like man that's sticking your life for your hands to go to work. I mean and the the weird thing is as it seems to be. The death. Toll seems to be more in different age group like the the the not infants so much like the teams. And then you're you're people in their forties and fifties and and so we're demographic something like we've never seen before really you know Yeah so I'm you know I'm definitely I? I'm anxious to go tour. I'll give anything to go. Do some shows right now. I feel great. My Body feels great. My voice was great advanced tight. You know and we. We've got a whole new set and just we were ready to go chomping at the bit. Everything was planned out the new records released. You know we were supposed to be on there. Okay here's the records coming out. They only got shows. And you know just like it's supposed to be right and rug pulled out from under laying on our ass going. What are we doing now so I guess the only thing to do is you know date to go with the bad you know. Hold for some strong winds to come in and and you know set. The ship sail again. Until then I just keep fishing. You know and fishing. Listen date each radio. Well thank you my friend. I appreciate that everybody check out Jack. Russell's great white once bitten acoustic bites a bunch of great Great White Tunes that are done in an acoustic style. Of course you're your guitar player. Robbie lochner playing a huge role here with this as well and it ends with a a cover of Babe. I'M GONNA LOVE BEDROOM. GonNa leave you and we all know how well Jack Sings Zeppelin stuff over the years as well Great to talk to you man. Stay safe stay healthy. Enjoy the time on the boat. Enjoy the time you know. That's the thing I'm telling all my friends that are in bands and even me. I've been on the road a lot in the last four five years. Especially it's like you know before you know it. We're we're to. It's going to be one of those deals. Where every weekend were out somewhere. I don't know what to do it myself around every weekend. I'm like Oh my God it's like there's I can actually get this done. Actually actually relax a little bit so try to make the best of the situation. It's all we can do right now. That's it well thank you. I appreciate it as always man loves. I love speaking with you. Your dear friend and All right you have a wonderful day and my best everybody out there. You safe and You know staying. Keep your masks on and You know we'll get through this together. Jack Russell's Great White Band Dot Com for all your information about the band the album and everything like that..

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"jack russell" Discussed on The Eddie Trunk Podcast

The Eddie Trunk Podcast

03:11 min | 10 months ago

"jack russell" Discussed on The Eddie Trunk Podcast

"But you know If it wasn't for people like you we wouldn't have rock. You know. God bless you for that but I mean there's anything worse than well thank you. So she's definitely mind but I never thought there'd be a time when there wasn't a forum like you could go to. I mean picture the world without a record store I never ever thought my wildest imaginations I could walk down to a warehouse or Liquors piece or or wherever and pick up record you know or shelf bins and see. Who's got a new album out or you know beyond your bicycle when your kid wait in front of still I long to. He's the first one to get to display the your album race solemn. And you know. I never thought there'd be day and and Schilling thought there would never be a day. That is like this that there wouldn't be any live shows. I mean they're arte crowds. Yeah we'll fortunately there are still record stores. They're just the problem with the ones that we still have is. They were already struggling and now they're really struggling to being closed. They were working on such thin margins to begin with and now being closed for an extended period of time the ones that we still have. There's a concern over in. La where where the area urine in? Everybody knows amoeba there closed but thankfully they're going to reopen at a new location but the people were holding their breath about that one. But I agree with you. I mean I grew up working in a record store and that. That's a really important thing to me to still have those and that ties in with the fact that you've released a new record Jack Russell's great white once bitten acoustic bites is the record out now jock or is it coming out that now yeah available now we actually have should preorder is where we have a on the website you can go on. There's a special packages with like t shirts special t shirts. We have made up for the for the record and autographed posters and Pictures. And you know behind yards. You've got those kind of packages and and Records also for sale. You know on on the Internet line on You can go to Cleopatra or deadline you know they're the ones that The records on the same label Tom Keepers on and we are probably going to label. Maybe he's a great guy for sure. Cleopatra RECORDS DOT COM or go to Jack Russell's Great White Band Dot Com. And you can get all the information in the detail so this by nature of its name once bitten acoustic bites. Is You went into the studio? This is not live. Maybe it's live and tell us about. Tell us about doing this record and what you did. Well you know the reason I gave you the reason before you know. I've I always wanted to always ever since we did that. I unplugged session. You know we was the second show they ever did on. Mtv Weird Hanky was the first and we were the second wants to do it and we not right out with a verse. Yeah you over. Mtv's unplugged yeah. I did not know that while it's fascinating. Okay I'm sorry I didn't know stump that trump I should you.

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"jack russell" Discussed on The Eddie Trunk Podcast

The Eddie Trunk Podcast

07:34 min | 10 months ago

"jack russell" Discussed on The Eddie Trunk Podcast

"Podcast up next. Is Jack Russell? The original singer of great white who currently fronts a band that is called for legal purposes. Jack Russell's great white at least that alleviates any potential confusion. Of course there's two versions of the band out there right now. Other version of the band has Currently Mitch Malloy as their lead. Singer and Jackie is out there also performing great white songs with his version of the band. That also includes Tony Montana and Robbie lochner. They just released a new album under the name. Jack Russell's Great White Acoustic Bites his all acoustic versions of great white classics. We talk about that and a lot more with Jack Russell right now on the Eddie Trunk. Podcast former lead singer of great white current lead singer of Jack Russell's great white original lead singer of great white. I know it's can be sometimes confusing to cover all the bases so nobody gets tweet. Here is Jack Russell can get a little you want to make sure I got all the semantic style Jack to they have that right I appreciate. It is a little bit confusing. I know times I'm doing really good. How are you? I'm good man so I think this is somewhat interesting you. If I'm not mistaken you live on a boat right. Yeah Yeah so what is your right on. What is it like living on a boat during pandemic you know what it's got its ups and downs? I mean yesterday I had one of the best days in my career of fishing and we were out and I In an hour and twenty seven minutes I pulled it and twenty seven pound Mako Shark. That was the biggest issue ever boarded so it was It was an exciting day. My voice is kind of blown out. You can hear from yelling and screaming and hollering a warm day. You know I got just some close family and and some some really tight. I call my family. You know people that I trust and people that are doing the right things wearing their mass. And not being out in the public and socializing. So you know I have a couple of your friends that we we can like. I said we consider family so breaking that level but we went out and just had an amazing Damn Water. So you know days like that. It's great sometimes. It's Kinda like you get a little cabin feverish. But you look around. You get three sixty of them to bluewater and boats. You know so. It's not bad I get I get you know. I feel claustrophobic. Deck for a of hours you know so I was GonNa say if you you're one of the few people that you can. If you get CLAUSTROPHOBIC or you get tired of your house. You can actually physically move. Your House could fire up the engine change the scenery if you want absolutely yeah. I've been using a lot more lately. 'cause just because the pandemic you know you can get off shore and take the mask off and you know. Bruce in my say or not not be concerned about any of this stuff gonNA land is like soon as that gay close behind me underdog. I'm just like a little sense of freedom you know and It's really made me appreciate you. Know what what we have in this country you know all the things we take for ran on a day to day basis. You know the right to travel and the right to do all what we WANNA do. Those this date lie here in fly there one that gets taken away from me. You really realize how good we had it you know and all the time are complaining and Bitch and Moan about how bad things are clearly it get worse you know but I'm hanging in there? I'm feeling great. Great Um my voice is Great So I I have no complaints really except for the same ones. We all got. Get me the hell. Well you know. Let let me add one more thing on this pandemic thing before we talk about the new record but I I'm wondering about this year. You spend your life on this boat. You fish a lot. You know that's your whole thing so one of the I guess for lack of a better term. Ha's if things that I've heard happening around the world from this sort of lockdown we've all been in is it's given an opportunity for the for the world around us to somewhat regenerate you've heard stories about like in la the smog being reduced certain areas. Where there's been real big impact from pollution? Installed have led up a lack of cars and traffic and exhaust people driving. It's given things that chance to regenerate. Have you noticed anything different on the water? As far as that's concerned with you know I have to say we had just the worst red tide of at the civic coast. I've seen in my life. I mean the extended all the way from up here. All the way down to the tip of Baja and what that is plankton bloom and it basically sucks all the air out of the water so everything is in the water guy so lack of oxygen and when we had a big fish style in the harbor you know everything that was in the harbor that was living in an upload on top of the water you know Alfred Hitchcock the birds man coming down and eating and just the smell of the rotting fish. And all the you know the Rock scallops lung the wall. They're just all dead and it for a while it was the smell is so putrid. It was horrible and you know it is really needed night. You see pictures of the West Coast. You look you live on Youtube. Were Google it and and night ways you know. They're lit up in this Like fluorescent neon blue color you know because of all the phosphorus. When foster's gets irritated it lets off Phosphorus anyone planting here tate if the reaction to this law fosters so a whole surf. Linux just glowing blue and he is beautiful. I mean you stick Like I have the other night I was show my wife. I took a pull on stuck getting water and I switched it and you sell this big huge lion beautiful blue color but I mean it's not you know it's really bad for you know for the oceans but I mean I found it interesting that it went you know so far. I've never seen it so long along the coast. And that's just the pollution you know so With the good you get the bad and you got the murderer Hornets. You know people are making such a big deal about It's not really that big of a deal. You know I mean all kill everybody is like you know one farmer in Japan. Dies every year or something like that It's going to take more. It's GonNa take more than two three months of people not driving too much to to regenerate but you hearing. Yeah I hiring out Orleans airs I have no say cleaner you know. I mean it's pretty cleaning anywhere. I'm that because we've always got that on your onshore breeze so a blows it off in the distance but I have noticed what I'm out on the water I can see a pretty good Three Sixty Panorama I got catalina behind me on one end and I got this snow on top of Mount Baldy on the other which is quite magnificent. You see that very often. It's pretty rare so I've enjoyed that part of it. You know what I mean you. You gotta take the good with the bad you know. I guess it's all how you look at it. You know I mean you know I've never. I never thought anything could be worse than when radio was during dead. You know besides your show you the alarm one hanging in there in old down.

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"jack russell" Discussed on The Eddie Trunk Podcast

The Eddie Trunk Podcast

03:50 min | 10 months ago

"jack russell" Discussed on The Eddie Trunk Podcast

"We're doing now. This is exactly the VIBE and the fear we tried to go back to the days of between drive and magnetism blackout. I mean it's impossible to turn back time and Started off again going crazy. You know it's it's I mean. It's such a long time ago but we try to specially with our producer with Greg Peterman. We we tried to go back to that spirit in make a hot rocking novel. And so don't get US wrong when we put out like song like sign up. Oh this is a totally different avenue. This is because we want to go and give our fans something in this very very difficult situation right now but on the album we go crazy every other day and come up with the owner of Shankar the riff Mazda. I wrote a song actually saying come on brother. Give me a risk. Give me another risk. You know. He hasn't come back with a roof. So now it came up with lots and lots of really great tunes and I wrote mortgage than probably before so we went back to the same old spirit like back in those days And we tried to make an album. That's goes in that direction Agree be like blackout or mechanism. That's impossible I think you know. But it's the it's the hot goes into this and it would different from what we've done in the last ten years Different approach in all. And hopefully this folks out right now. What here every day. It feels great. It's a lot of fun I can wait until we can share it with the fence. One last thing class before I let you get back to it. I wanted to ask you if you heard about this story that Speaking of writing songs a few weeks ago was circulating around that the song Wind of changed if you heard this conspiracy theory was written by the CIA to help encourage change and the wall to come down. What are you have you heard about that? There's a rolling stone picked up the story. It's gotten some traction here in America. What have you heard about that? Well actually earlier this year. I didn't end up view. I think his name is Patrick. Patrick key fund something okay. I forgot his is last night with the cast. He's doing yeah exactly you know. And he came all the way from New York City over here to Germany. According with me and Muttiah phone led I guess it was about the most communities festival about of of 'cause you know but this was about the what is interview was all about and in the middle of the interview. Patrick goals like He used to ride for like a print outs like the New York stopped. You know is a very very great guy and very emphatic. Nice guy and in the middle of the interview he goes like ours. You ever heard story That wind of change was written by the CIA at. I cracked up laughing. You know I totally cracked laughing. I saw my friend using. You'll make an interview with a songwriter. All you think you make an interview with spy off. It was pretty bizarre and then I learned that the story is was all about. Like 'cause the come out in May which is now.

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"jack russell" Discussed on The Eddie Trunk Podcast

The Eddie Trunk Podcast

06:06 min | 10 months ago

"jack russell" Discussed on The Eddie Trunk Podcast

"So there's Plenty of extra time you know and it feels good that we can use this time and really make the best out of this situation right now you know instead of sitting at home and watching the grass grow you know so We came in the web prepared Lots and lots of material rewrote already last year. And that's still like the making and songwriting process Everybody comes up with a piece of sent. It's really nice everyday to come here and to see how all those elements coming together and The feeling that we have a hopefully a great rock album on the way is growing every day. And that's really good. Seal off speaking of new material. You guys released a beautiful song sort of in in line with what? The world is dealing with with the lockdown in the pandemic called. Sign of. Hope there's a video Ford as well on Youtube. How did that one come together? Cloud talk a little bit about that. Yeah you know when we came back from Asia and I mean in Asia of the situation was pretty tense already like in places like Singapore or you'll get caught up on the road together with our friends from whitesnake and so they were temperature checks on opponents in hotels and shopping malls so it felt already pretty serious the whole corona virus thing but then when we came home Around six seven off the much Deck here in Germany it. It felt kind of said. Okay you know but then a week later the whole situation become more and more became more tense and It was great to see so many artists so many sunrise picking up a guitar. You know writing new songs just trying to reflect the situation we all go through right now and that's what I did And I think I I wrote the song like a couple of days after I came home and it was just reflecting the whole situation and I tell you not not so much to do really with the production of the album because we set to the fans and when we started this project especially when you work with producer Man was really like a well known for his amazing work with bands. Like METALLICA slipknot. So with focused on the hot ashes time and we WANNA keep get going like this but this song was just reflecting this situation. It was something straight from the hard times and I thought this situation like so many artists around the world come up with special limited songs or shows in staying at home. This kind of home concept concept you know and I wanted to from the Scorpions. I wanted to give the word something we can chat together. Sending out cycle told from the SCALP. Yeah it's really a very. It's a beautiful song. Your voice sounds incredible on it and everybody should check it out. You can see the video on Youtube and hear the song that way as well just something really nice because so many artists are doing these sort of online. Or or what? Have you might. You know my friend Kip. Winger reached out to me to try to reach you about doing something that he was doing and I connected him on email with you and he showed up. And here's video to. I even make a little camera on that one so all of these are trying to do. We're out and but nobody has to hear me class. They just see my face. They know nobody needs to hear my voice. Yeah I saw when I got the mail from KIP. Winger you know. Auburn is we. Were just his guitar. Player is just right now playing with Whitesnake and we spent a lot of time together in Australia and elsewhere you know so and when I got this message from the guys from Wingo joining us the this little Song WanNa put out something to support things in Los Angeles you know in the of course you don't have to ask me twice and put in a couple of Ryan's we send it back and taught denies video again. Check out you'll potus. Oh yeah but like I said it's very very short as it should be an no audio just a video of my face very quickly. That's it. Nobody wants to hear me sing. That's what I said at A. You know in so many ways of musicians around the world. They joined together and try to come up with something you know to really to to give a nice of. They're in a very difficult situation. Goes through you know and this is not so much about to put out in a single and being a commercial thing like promoting anything. This is just promoting your feelings promoting your heart and tried to reach people. Make connection where where we feel. We need something we need. Newsday like soul food. You know in good times and bad sometimes and this pretty bad as we go through right now and we all have to go through this together and I just want to join in with so many artists around the world to try the best. You know to make the connection with the fans and for all the people who were in the front line adopted us and nurses all the people who can off foods will be delivered every day. There's so many people we want to say. Thank you and this is just the way what we can do. You know and I hope it will find its way into the offense around wants clouds. Let me ask you the reason. I the main reason I reached out to you over the weekend to have you on. There's so much to talk to you about always but I wanted to get your thoughts about little Richard who we lost over the weekend because Scorpions was one of the first hard rock bands. My.

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"jack russell" Discussed on The Eddie Trunk Podcast

The Eddie Trunk Podcast

02:08 min | 10 months ago

"jack russell" Discussed on The Eddie Trunk Podcast

"This week with two interviews coming up I I will Visit WITH CLAUS. Mina lead singer of Scorpions. Klaus checks in to talk a little bit. About what the band is up to and We get caught up on a few different things. The fortieth anniversary of animal magnetism and Ridiculous story that was making the news a few weeks ago about Scorpions and wind of change being written by the CIA which Klaus literally laughs about. He also remembers a a big influence on the Scorpions. Little Richard. The interview was done. Just after the Richard passed away so good shot with clouds. It's always great to visit with him. That's up first and then that'll be followed by a conversation with Jack Russell. Original lead singer of great white in the second spot. Jack is promoting a new acoustic album. Live great white tunes. He did with his current band. Jack Russell's great white so good double dip here on this week's podcast quick note to everybody who may have missed last week's podcast with David Coverdale and by all means you don't want to miss that if you did. I heard from a few people. There was a bit of an issue in technical glitch which hopefully resolved by now. If you listen on Apple podcasts and it didn't load So if you want to get that and you don't see it on your apple. Podcast feed be sure to grab it on one of the other platforms on spotify or. Just go to podcast. One DOT COM. Of course that's podcast. Owen DOT COM. And you can go there and grab it and listen You don't WanNa miss last week with David Coverdale. Great Conversation with him. Hopefully any issues are sorted out on Apple Side. But just a heads up on that in case you Heard from a few people had experience difficulty In in the experience of loading that it didn't show up in their feed like it normally would on Thursday especially for the Subscriber. So be sure to check. Try to repeated on your apple APPs. And if not if.

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Stocks Are Up But The Economy's Down

The Indicator from Planet Money

01:55 min | 10 months ago

Stocks Are Up But The Economy's Down

"There was a moment about a year and a half ago when there was this big disconnect between the stock market and the economy at that moment the economy was doing fine. It was doing really well but the stock market was tanking and to explain that disconnect. We called our old friend Josh Brown. He's the CEO of ritholtz wealth management where he advises clients on how to invest their money and his answer back then was so good that stacey and I have been thinking about ever since. Now I'm GonNa give you my favorite analogy so a woman is walked central park and she's got a dog. What's what's a very active kind of dog. Oh like a Jack Russell. Terrier some great. If you just looked at her what is she doing? She's taking normal steps. She's going in a straight line. She's walking upright at a at a moderate pace. Nothing terribly exciting. Then let your eyes pan down a little bit. Look at the dog. The dog is going crazy chasing birds. It's it's digging up clumps of mud. It's running trees. It's peeing all over the place. The dog is the stock market. The woman is the economy that's genius round. Yeah Josh's point is that the stock market and the economy usually end up in the same place. Just like the lady in her crazy dog but there are times when they do not act or look the same at all and today there is a different kind of disconnect between the stock market and the economy. Yeah I mean when the coronavirus pandemic started forcing the US economy to shut down in late February. The stock market tanked for the next month. By late March. It was down thirty four percent but then even though the economy has kept getting worse and worse the US stock market has started to recover it rebounded in a big way so that now it is only down thirteen percent from where it was in February before the recession started

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"jack russell" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

05:55 min | 1 year ago

"jack russell" Discussed on WJR 760

"I'm Jack Russell this is anything is possible and we're talking to a most amazing talented performer telly sessions telly welcome a real honor to have the thank you Jack I'm happy to be talking to you so we start by talking about your childhood and your mom and your dad please absolutely I grew up in Charlotte North Carolina I was born and raised there and my mom was a high school English and drama teacher for many years my dad was a bank manager at a at a bank and North Carolina call first union which I believe is defunct now and yeah I was it was the the three of us and my younger brother Zack growing up in Charlotte for many years how did you get the name tally well at the family name it's been my family for quite some time I was named after my uncle tally who was my dad's youngest brother and coincidentally enough my uncle tally was also involved and in the cedar for many years he was an actor and director around the country tell me what's the biggest thing you learn from mom and other than baking what's the biggest thing you learned from there I don't know that I've heard anything about back things from that unfortunately I have more money than the biggest thing I learned from my mom is generosity trying to be generous of spirit and see people for who they are and what they're going through and trying to show him kindness sent from my dad I would say integrity he had an enormous amount of integrity he was an incredible loyal friends it was wonderful father and a great brother to his brothers and sisters and yeah so I think generosity and integrity of the two things that I took my parents along with many many other valuable lessons we're talking the telly sessions telly where did you get your love for music and for singing you know I have to say I don't remember singing a lot when I was very little but at some point I was singing somewhere I believe it was at a baseball game the just like watching a high school baseball game what I was probably thirteen twelve and some friends of mine said Hey you you can really saying and I had never even thought of that before so I what's interesting is I think I developed my love of singing and music once I started doing it as a creative outlet rather than that happening prior to that and then trying to trying to sing creatively I started doing it and then some of the music transcends religion politics cultures prejudice it transcends all obstacles how do you explain the magic of music the the universality of music well that's a good question and my answer would be I imagine it's inexplicable the there is a connective itty that happens through music I mean I think that there is something that happens just not biologically to people when they hear something that is pleasing to the ears just the way it reverberate sonically in their system but I think there's something that is on quantifiable about music that touches people's souls and connects all humanity in a way that very others stimuli dot what was the first place you were ever in in high school well the first play that I was ever remember being and was when I was five years old my mom threw me on stage my brother and I onstage in a production that she was directing at her high school it was a musical about Blackbeard the pirate called hot grog and I think we were like cabin boys or something and then the next member all the real production I remember where I remember auditioning and and what it was like to be in it was a musical version of musical about the life of Thomas Edison called the electric sun shine man which I did in seventh grade the patent maker so and I think it was the next largest part other than Thomas Edison Thomas Edison was played by an eighth grader and I had six lines I still remember that that's important at all but I remember it so tell us about your first paying gig my first paying gig I was at the university of North Carolina at North Carolina there is a very well known professional theater called playmakers repertory company and North Carolina also has a graduate program for actors and play mixed repertory it has a full season in one year they were looking for male singers Filipino singers for production of the Threepenny opera that they were doing and they didn't have enough men and women that sang in a graduate program so the open auditions up to the undergraduate class and I auditioned and was cast and I believe I made maybe a hundred dollars a week fifty maybe it's it's it's been a while but the interesting thing about that production is the director of that production was a man named Bartlett share is a Tony winner and many years later I worked with bart's on the national tour of the Lincoln center theater production of South Pacific and because we work together.

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"jack russell" Discussed on The Eddie Trunk Podcast

The Eddie Trunk Podcast

03:35 min | 1 year ago

"jack russell" Discussed on The Eddie Trunk Podcast

"Was it a heavier ban. Dan what great white ended up it was it was heavy. It was more van halen. Ask kind of <hes> van halen judas freeze kid titan in heavier when i look at the history great white and i've talked to i think to you about this and probably mark as well the that i remember i being turned onto great white from occurring stick it right which even in that song you have lyric. Crank up the metal to me. Great white was a metal band when the earliest years and i was way into like i stood in stashed a love stick and i think that's on kicks out but you obviously evolved into something that was way more of a blues based sort of thing was that what were you always wanted it to go and doing the heavier stuff was something that was more of just that was what was happening at the scene at the time like talk about the musical evolution i think it really was a natural <hes> progression the band's i grew up you know with were arrowsmith and and you know deep purple and and <hes> zeppelin and bands of that you know ilk and you no it wasn't so much that judas pressing i got turned onto that from you know the spare don kosta and and you know they were doing that kind of stuff and and a i it i kind of grew into liking it but it was it was kind of like that was the scene as you said. That's what people were doing incresed by never really felt like yeah. This is me you know on the first record. I remember my michael. Wagner going seems like jackie. Gimme jack evil now like jack evil and i just wanna sing man you know he wanted to be more of a metal right right and when we got to <hes> <hes> i finally started felt like i had found my spot when we did the ones that novel. We're doing sounds like rock cycle. We've got to sing you know. Save your love. I got to use my voice. Not just you know it was <hes> that's when i really felt like okay we had had found our musical home. You know and we just kind of went from there. You know <hes> i think now the next ex- down that were coming out with is going to be pretty heavy. We've got some pretty heavy stuff from there but you know it's you know it is what it is. It's always you know what you do now again. I don't want to gloss any issue. No i'm saying i don't want to cause any issues with the other camp because they know there's this big legality about you being jack russell's great white and they're great right but what you do now with your band. Jack russell's great white is in musically musically is is really in line with what where it all came from. I mean you're you're doing a blues based hard rock sorta thing and the interesting thing about great white's music when you were in the band and now you're your own band is it has a wide appeal it appeals to hardrock fans even peels to some metal fans but it appeals people are just into really really great blues based rock and a lotta that appealed to me comes from your voice. I mean your voice. People have always talked about get your voice and how incredible it is and what's amazing to me about that jack is that you've been through a lot physically emotionally your your whole life. You've been through a lot and your voice is never left. You man no.

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"jack russell" Discussed on The Eddie Trunk Podcast

The Eddie Trunk Podcast

03:13 min | 1 year ago

"jack russell" Discussed on The Eddie Trunk Podcast

"Quick thank you to everybody who sent me. Birthday wishes last thursday which was my birthday. I greatly appreciate that into new knowledge denoted and appreciated very very much. Thank you for that so the interview. I have for you on this. Week's podcast is something. I think you're going to really enjoy. I did this a couple of weeks ago in l._a. On at the sirius x._m. Studios and it's with jack russell who of course is the original lead singer from the band great white aban that found itself in the middle of a dispute that ended with the band getting going to use the name great white the band that doesn't feature jack russell and jack russell putting together a band that he needs to bill and does bill as jack russell's great white so that's the division in what's become an all too common issue with warring factions of the same band in two versions of the same band so jack russell courses the guy who sang all the classic songs on all the classic records. There is no secret that jack russell has had had eight fair amount of issues in his life with substances and drugs and helfen all sorts of stuff remarkably. His voice has never left him through all that he still sings remarkably well and i hosted a bunch of shows last year on a tour called the sirius x._m. Hair nation tori that also featured enough's enough bully boys that jack russell's great white headline as you hear when i talked to jack it was amazing because he seemed to be in really bad condition physically but then the ban would start playing and he'd go on stage and he'd world around and sing and perform great so the guy is needlessly needless to say has been through a lot. He carries a lot of guilt and burden with him over the horrific vic tragic fire that happened in rhode island with his band at the time and if you listen to this interview doering it we take ak- phone call from someone and i didn't even see this coming but when you hear this interview nuhere me identify collar as being from rhode island's you don't have the visual of the benefit of the visual but i did and jack russell was visibly shaken when i said that and i i didn't even put that together until i said it and saw the look on his face because of course rhode island is where that tragic tragic accident took place that claimed so many lives with that station fire and what this caller says to jack russell absolutely moves him to the point of tears and you will hear that in the interview. It's a very powerful very heavy moment that none of us saw coming when we talk about the history of great white we talk about sharks talk about jack russell living living on a boat. It's an interesting interview. I think you guys will really enjoy and i'm happy to bring it to you on this week said he trunk podcast before we get to it though one other thing i just wanna rundown my upcoming appearances. They're all listed on the homepage of eddie trunk dot com. Please come.

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"jack russell" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

06:18 min | 1 year ago

"jack russell" Discussed on WJR 760

"I'm Jack Russell this is anything is possible and we're talking to brigadier general Doug Slocombe from twenty fourteen to twenty nineteen he was the commander of the hundreds twenty seventh wing Selfridge Air National Guard base twenty nineteen Doug welcome a real honor to have you it's fantastic to be here Jack thank you very much can we start by talking about your childhood and your mom and your dad while yes and you use the term that I was a military brat a lot of people probably don't know that means I grew up as a dependent my dad was in the Air Force so we moved around a lot I got to live in a lot of very interesting places I was born in Massachusetts we lived in Colorado California Utah Texas Germany numerous places like that so I got to live all over the world to see some interesting things you know a lot of folks who say that's why you were probably interested in going into the airforce but actually that's not the case at all I was very interested in to this day and kind of fascinated with ships but I had a greater chance of when I went to college of getting an airforce scholarships I decided to go that way still fascinated with ships that to this day but that's a little bit of the background I have a an older sister and of course like any older sister she tortured me in all through time but it was a great opportunity to live in a lot of interesting places meet a lot of great people as part of growing up in a fantastic parents both very accomplished speaking of which what's the biggest thing you learned from mom and what's the biggest thing you learned from the I think the biggest thing I learned from mom I believe would be my work ethic she was always a very hard worker I was kind of gave her a hard time because I think I was taller than her when I turned about eleven or twelve years old shorter than me but I'll be darned if she just doesn't walk faster and that to me is just a characteristic of the way that she lives life is always at a high speed pace and I think I kind of got that from from her from my dad I think it would probably be the professionalism they'll be in the military officer and taking pride in the things that you do when it comes to that we what we would call officership the professionalism of serving in the United States military serving in the U. S. Air Force your phone over four thousand hours as a fighter pilot once in awhile we see these fighters way way out there with that stream of white smoke talk to us about the technology of those fighter jets well you know I got to start off when there was not a whole lot of technology to it I guess by today's standards started to fly the F. four which reveals famous from the Vietnam era Middle East wars and all of that was the first aircraft I got to fly out of pilot training and it was my first love what a fantastic airplane there's not a whole lot of automated stuff in that jet but you know to be able to go out and do that to to fly to fly combat missions to work with other people the way they did is just an amazing time go from the F. four into the F. sixteen which has been in production now for decades but to get to fly from the very first of sixteen that was built to one of the latest ones rolling off the production line and the differences over those decades even in what we would consider the same airplane is pretty amazing a lot of automation a lot of the technology that's gone into that through the years there's all the news things that you can do with sensors electronics and everything's pretty amazing and of course flying fighter jets is sometimes just being able to go from download up high and took this place to that place pretty quick is pretty neat to be able to do that then I got to finish my career taking a little bit of a step back technology wise in the a ten which is a ground attack plane which is slow and mean and tough minded takes anybody on it any time and so that was a whole unique experience in its own right so a very wonderful time I've had being a fighter pilot getting to serve and do that for the US Air Force your affectionately known as forty how did you get that name well that's what you know fighter pilot call signs you know the the people about my age probably remember Top Gun we have ice man and goose and those types of call signs and I end up with Otey which literally is the cartoon character from Garfield's little dog and and when I was in the Arizona National Guard Air National Guard I was one of the youngest people as an instructor pilot there so I had the job where they made me in charge of the briefing rooms which was about in the prestige realm of doubt like being the janitor and I did that for a number of years and it was a little girl in the command post the set I was like a little dog they got kicked around all the time and never complained she looked at me one day and went off and just like that it's stock sell OD became the call sign is a little dog I got kicked around it didn't complain the camaraderie the military whether it's the navy Air Force marines army how do you explain that phenomenal camaraderie well a lot of it has to do with how we do our business knowledge plane from a fighter pilot perspective we never going to combat by ourselves in the in the army infantry would say the same thing if you were ever by yourself get low get fast get home survivals the best you're going to do and in a fighter pilot if you're flying along in an airplane there's two places you can't even see you can't see below your airplane and can't see behind your airplane so when you go into combat you fly one to two miles right next to another airplane because they can see underneath your play they can see behind your airplane they can see places where you can't see so we simply go into combat that way so that we can have our eyes open it's a way that we can support one another and I use that analogy when I explain what women ship is which is really that art of mutual support things that we can look out for one another because the last person alive times he's going to know that there's a problem or issue is going to be yourself it's very hard for you to perceive but for your wingman who's sitting over there it's much easier for them to see those threats and everything to you than it is for you to see and to yourself we're talking a brigadier general Doug Slocombe when we come back.

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Nets' Russell cited for marijuana possession

This Morning with Gordon Deal

00:31 sec | 2 years ago

Nets' Russell cited for marijuana possession

"Nets nets guard. Dangelo Russell was cited for marijuana possession on Wednesday after being detained at New York's LaGuardia airport following a baggage Jack Russell was traveling to Louisville Kentucky when he was detained. And according to a spokesperson for the New York port authority police Russell was summoned for possession of less than fifty grams of marijuana and was later released. The twenty three year old is set to become a restricted free agent this off season and the net said in a statement, they are aware of the situation and are gathering more

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Nets' Russell cited for marijuana possession

This Morning with Gordon Deal

00:31 sec | 2 years ago

Nets' Russell cited for marijuana possession

"Brooklyn nets gore. Diangelo Russel was cited for marijuana possession on Wednesday after being detained at New York's LaGuardia airport following a baggage Jack Russell was traveling to Louisville Kentucky when he was detained. And according to a spokesperson for the New York port authority police Russell was summoned for possession of less than fifty grams of marijuana and was later released. The twenty three year old is set to become a restricted free agent this off season and the net said in a statement, they are aware of the situation and are gathering more

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"jack russell" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

09:28 min | 2 years ago

"jack russell" Discussed on WJR 760

"Back to anything is possible. And Jack Russell award with duct Smith. Doug. Your sign with the kings. You go from living at home in Ottawa to suddenly a signing bonus. And you're in LA. What happened? Well, you know, what happened was the LA kings had draft had traded for this draft pick years before. So Dale Howard? Check was drafted. I he went through an expansion team. I was drafted second. I went to LA because they have traded for this a long time ago, but they had finished first in the league at points the year before and then and then Bobby carpenter went to Washington and Ron Francis went to Hartford all expansion team since so I I was put into a system where they were already set. And they they wanted me to stay there. But there were there was a lot of stuff going on in LA at the time that people were weren't aware of the LA kings. Didn't know what to do with an eighteen year old, right? It was a sign of the times. And so they put me in the airport park hotel beside the Los Angeles forum, which is a black area of town in Inglewood, California by the racetrack. And they left me there for about too much. And and they didn't advise me. I would leave the forum and walk across the street to a dangerous. You know to a hotel, and I stay there. I go back. And and and what they didn't do is they they they didn't help me with by finances. So I I went and bought a Porsche cash a nice black turbo Porsche. And then one day. They told me I could find a place to to live. And they didn't give me any guidance show. I had to find my own way. And then the head of security saw was struggling a little bit in my you know, what was going on. And he was worried about me. So, you know, the head of security for the kings gave me a loaded thirty eight to keep underneath the seat in my Porsche underneath the front seat of my Porsche. I'd never had a gun in my life. I never had a handgun. But it sure was cool to have it. So I was driving a black turbo Porsche living in Inglewood, California. With a loaded thirty eight underneath my seat playing for the Los Angeles Kings. So, you know, this whole thing continued for years, I, you know, the the the the emotional trauma. That I experienced during that time and the conditioning I experienced who's very difficult to unravel Wayne Gretzky, he wasn't the biggest he wasn't the fastest. He didn't have the hardest shot what made him. So unbelievable. Well, you know, I now know very clearly because of the work that I do today Wayne had had an incredible gift called spatial awareness. His facial capacity was was so incredible. He could turn around and take a snapshot of what was happening at at at at one of the fastest games in the world hockey, he could turn around take a snapshot and see everybody and then turn around play with the puck for about three seconds. And know where everybody was. Like he only had to look once. And then he could map the the field of play and see where what speed people are going to get measure all that. And then each flipped the puck to where the person was going to be without even looking and today, we we call that spatial capacity because we're we can, cultivate, that inside our brain. We can speed that up. There are mechanisms by which we can do that today, and that that is strongly supported by neuroscience. So now after being face to face with Wayne for over seventy games I played against him. And I always tell kids that when I speak at schools that, you know, imagine how many points he would have got if I wasn't covering the only got two thousand even more. If I wasn't covering him. That always gets the good luck. Every sport has a trophy. And the Stanley Cup is the hockey trophy. It's unique in all of sports how so Doug. Getting to the top is the objective. In professional sports. A year conditioned for a young age to try to be the best in the world. And unfortunately, that doesn't really scale. But while you're there, you're conditioned to be the best in the world. What I learned after I broke my neck when I shattered my spine. And I learned this very quickly. And I'll tell you the story if you ask. Everything just changed for for me instantly. So I realized what I hit the boards that it wasn't about being the best in the world. It was about being the best for the world. And that was that was that was the realize ation I have that we can discuss him a little bit. That was February seventh nineteen Ninety-two your six hundred and seventh professional game you hit the boards, and you shattered the fifth and sixth vertebrae in your neck. What do you remember about that moment? I became aware as an adult for the first time in my life. I became aware. I became aware of the. The times that I had heard other people and that I had wrong other people are treated other people badly, whether it was physical or emotional when I hit the boards. And I am I next broke. I knew there was something bad that happened. So I made I made a pact with myself when I was lying on the ice. 'cause I knew it was really bad. I made a pact that if I get out of this situation that I if I survived I would go back, and I would apologize, and I would ask for forgiveness. Speaking of go ahead. And I did I done that. I spent I spent eight nine years just just going back to LA back to buffalo back to Edmonton. I look I looked up people that I talked to Pat Quinn, and I and I apologize to different individuals that that I remember that I remembered on the ice that night. You know? And so it wasn't about being the best in the world anymore for me. It wasn't about trying to achieve a trophy. It was now trying to be the best for the world to to to go back into help other people in to ask for forgiveness. So you're paralyzed from the chest down and speaking of being aware. Your wife is twenty-seven, Patty. You have a two year old and a one week old daughter. How did petty ever get through that? It was a nine hour drive for her what I broke my neck in and she showed up with our our little little baby girl at the time. I broke my neck, my wife was actually pregnant, and and it wasn't until the third surgery which happened these these surgeries happened in succession over about a three month period of time for this third surgery. I was having my wife was also do that same week to have our second baby. And so she was induced to have the child a week before my surgery, and after that surgery I woke up in ICU quadriplegic guy. So I lost my arms my legs, my bladder and my boss. So so I I was not able to feed myself. You know, I I woke up in ICU. My neck had been broken in over two hundred places. So you can imagine. So my neck is broken in over two hundred places just shattered the fifth and sixth cervical vertebrae and all the ligaments in the back of my neck or torn. So if you look at pictures on my website, or if you watch the video on my website. At system. Four three eight dot com. You'll see I felt the ice with my head on my hands. I in fact, I I'll show you the video it's the only video in the world of a professional hockey player shattering his spine going into the end boards full speed. And you can watch it on my website. And you can see the story, you know, in a three and a half minute video. And I hope I hope your listeners go and watch it. I appreciate it. If you want to see a WWW dot system four three eight dot com for twenty nine years. You could do anything you were the best. And suddenly, you can't do anything. You wanted to commit suicide. Doug, why didn't you? Well, you can't when you're quadriplegic. He can't commit suicide because he can you hold your breath until you pass out. Why didn't you give up? I did. Why I wanted to commit suicide. You know, the people only want to commit suicide when they're left with only one option. I didn't see any other options, you know, my my wife and my mother both. But, but but my wife Patti, you know, she stepped in and took care of me. And and and by taking care of me. I mean, she removed my mother from the room because my mother wanted to stay there twenty four seven and I needed to learn to do stuff on my own and that wasn't happening for the first week two weeks of my paralysis. It just wasn't happening, and my wife, she she didn't have to sit me down because I was lying down. She said. I can't I can't get through this. We're talking to Doug Smith and today, he's an author businessman motivational speaker and he's playing.

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Drama on high seas as France-U.K. "Scallop Wars" escalate

Monocle 24: The Globalist

01:34 min | 2 years ago

Drama on high seas as France-U.K. "Scallop Wars" escalate

"This is one, so this is French trawlers reignite quote, scallop war as tensions rise over Brexit negotiations. But when you actually read the article, it seems as though the Brexit angle is something that's just been inserted because it's a quote from a British official basically saying, I suspect they were thinking about Brexit when French trawler surrounded British ships over a dispute over about scallop harvesting in the channel and some rocks were thrown no damage or injuries were reported. But it's the kind of thing that happens frequently between fishing fleets of often even closely allied nations. Dispute over where nautical boundaries are who has fishing rights. There are huge maritime instruments designed to prevent this kind of thing, and it still happened. So. The fact that it's happening now is happening in the context of Brexit inflected by Brexit. I don't think the the French trawler captains were necessarily thinking that we're, we'll show these Brits of for daring to leave the European Union. But in fact, there is no actual agreement on who can harvest them will the so the French captains are apparently. Sort of controlled by a particular European Union, which the British are exempted from. So everyone's within their rights. It's just there's a dispute about what the law should be and the French captain seemed to have taken this out on the British captains, the known. Apparently the the British were according to the laws that exist doing anything wrong Horton to this article.

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"jack russell" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

Pet Life Radio

02:04 min | 2 years ago

"jack russell" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

"Play who are you on I can't tell, you it hasn't come out That's a great tease, everybody looked for Goliath. For for Diego wish you the best of luck thank you so you? Can't tell us why. Are we here tonight. Why is it so we're here to support animals I don't know a lot, about the. Humane, society but I'm I'm here to help out anyways, I can. I like to learn more about them, and see what they're doing. And see how I can? Help, I love that so just, the fact. That. You're, hearing from what you said you must love animals do you have any at home or are you tell? Us about it. I have. A dog Jack Russell named kibbles he's, a very cute probably have a lot of? Hair on me right, now but yeah, well you. Know what they say at the humane. Society red carpets if you don't. Have hair all over you were just not. Cool you know what. I mean oh I never heard, that, before but awesome, yeah, yeah I, rescued, her beautiful and? I believe animals. Are healers. And teachers has she. Taught you anything about life I don't. Know, I have I haven't had it for that long but maybe he. Will you open yourself up, I guarantee you getting? Especially Jack Russell Jack? Russell she's she's taught me to be patient Patients Here she's going to be teaching. Us, yeah doggies had to have a lot of patients. Today? Really. Yeah I was trying to do school and every every like five, minutes she wanted to go and go to the bathroom Yeah she was just working you, because as Jack Russell's are so so she was She's she's. Always working well Diego thank you so much. For joining us on. Pet life radio good luck with your. Project will be much have a, nice night what a huge array of guests today they're young Disney stars season veterans many. Who've supported HFS US for years and and some brand new to the animals seen we wanna thank each one for their voices, out there in the world and for joining us here. On a, super smiley, adventure what a beautiful night at paramount studios and. The biggest thank you of, course is to the humane society of the United. States your. Work? Is absolutely unprecedented and. We are so thankful that you are here thank you s US, before we go. I want to invite all of you to help superstar share. Kindness.

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"jack russell" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

Pet Life Radio

01:54 min | 2 years ago

"jack russell" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

"Of luck thank you so you can't. Tell us why. Are we here tonight why is it so we're here to, support animals I don't. Know a lot about the humane society but I'm I'm here to help? Out as anyways I can I like. To learn more about them and see what they're doing and see how I. Can help, I love that so just the fact that you're, hearing from. What you said you must love animals do, you have any at. Home or are you tell? Us about it I have, a Jack. Russell, named, kibbles he's a very cute probably have a lot of. Hair on me right now but yeah you know. What they say. At the. Humane society red carpets if you don't, have hair all over your you're just not? Cool you know what I, mean I never, heard that. Before but awesome yeah yeah I rescued. Her. Futile and I? Believe animals are. Healers and teachers says. She taught you anything about life I. Don't, know I, have I haven't had it for that long but maybe he. Will you open yourself up. I guarantee you she's? Getting especially Jack Russell? Jack Russell she's always taught me to be patient She's. Going to be teaching doggies had to have a, lot of patients today really yeah I was trying. To do. School every every like five minutes she wanted to go and go to the bathroom oh my goodness. She was just. Working you because as Jack Russell's are so so she was, totally he was he's. He's always working well Diego thank you so much for joining us on? Pet life radio good luck with your. Project much have a nice night what a huge array of guests today they're. Young Disney, stars season veterans many who've supported HFS US for, years and. And some brand new to the animals seen, we wanna thank each. One for their voices out? There in the world and, for joining. Us, here, on a super smiley adventure what a beautiful night at. Paramount studios and the biggest thank you of course. Is to the. Humane society. Of the United States your work is, absolutely unprecedented and we are so thankful that? You are here thank you HSS US before, we go. I want to invite all of you Help super spy.

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"jack russell" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

03:21 min | 2 years ago

"jack russell" Discussed on WJR 760

"This is anything is possible i'm your host jack russell dave baker day by quote you now you say these are great men if we could profile a couple of them i joe willie nemeth you know what i'll tell you one of the really great privileges of this job is not the opportunity to get to know these guys as football stars but really did get to know them as men they are we we all think that they fell out of bed great but every one of them every single one of them had to overcome enormous adversity to get to where they were to do something that is this elite and you know joe was kind of that incredible guy who was known as broadway joe nemeth who had a personality that was bigger than life with the fur coat and the guy in the pantyhose commercial but i've come to know him as just a incredibly solid man who really understands the values of these game not too many people understand that joe had two girls and he got divorced and he got custody girls and he kinda raised them and when you talk to him this is a guy who talks about love the home and he talks about the values that his parents taught him and now he's got grandkids that he's teaching the same thing and you know he played hurt he was a winner he brought people long but it's been fun to see that what's inside this guy's heart especial we've got an exhibit here at the pro football hall of fame called the game for life exhibit that is a holographic locker room because for so many of us in sports and in football some of the great lessons of the game were caught in that locker room and the coach might have been talking about the second half but later on yeah that was the knowledge you're being called upon about you know getting up when you get knocked down or going on when you don't think you can go any longer and joe nemeth is our host there and there's it's a football locker room and their stories told by football guys but it is hurt us martin talk about growing up in the poorest home in the neighborhood in america it is ellen page talking about education or steve larger talking about being undersized and yet the incredible things he did about being one of the great receivers of all time it's warren moon talking about being the first black quarterback to make it to the hall of fame and not letting people stop him because of what they thought he could do versus what he believed he could do it is jim kelly you know talking about you know in his life going to four super bowls never winning one but never giving up and how that prepared him for his fight against cancer today these are wonderful stories that these guys have applied and just like joe raising a family on his own they've taken those lessons from the field and they've applied until life that are every one of them i think there'd be a movie or a book because of the journey that they traveled in a couple of weeks we're gonna have the annual induction ceremonies if you want learn more www dot pro football hall of fame dot com describe for us paint for us.

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"jack russell" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

02:10 min | 3 years ago

"jack russell" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Jack russell cross and you've got quite a few small dogs down there and there's not a lot up north and so he's flown up by something called wings rescue and same thing you know is on just tim many dogs not enough homes and they have to make some tough decisions i i but these dogs i don't know time would agree that relationship with a shelter dog is something special any to get him to buy one time i remember they're like oh heck i could never find science diet at the food store no you'd have to find it at a specialty store but then you then you took a pet to go to the veterinarian for puppy shots and often now dogs are you know like my son's at's millennials you certainly are gonna look in the classified ads and you probably are not gonna look for your purebred you're going to go to the shelter and most of them are what i call canine cocktails george there a mix many less a shot of this jigger this a splash of this and that i don't know who saves you i'm not sounds corny but you talk about the anxiety in an animal do dogs go through anxiety like human beings do oh george this is what took me out of this is what's got this old potbellied grey haired old white guy traveling all around the world like a dad used to call it a turpentine cat run like a turpentine cat not quite sure what that meant but what happened was i really realized at the time i graduated from veterinary school in nineteen eighty and i.

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"jack russell" Discussed on 560 KLZ The Source

560 KLZ The Source

01:38 min | 3 years ago

"jack russell" Discussed on 560 KLZ The Source

"In the early days that you were a used for cattle hurting in bear hunting among other things who bear hunting a tough dog had i would like to see a big bunch of of of um you know the chihuahua is used for bear hunting i think that'd be kind fun user held like fifty chou alice after a bear running down that bear the bears do bear might be scared actually i i would say they become popular the us is guard dogs and worked with the army and police forces rottweilers can be rather aloof and do not accept strangers easily the are very loyal and protective of their owners and will defend their home area they are normally goodnatured with children but because of their size energy level they are not recommended for families with very small children right number seven this another one the jack russell terrier adams in number seven thousand guy net little guy he is not recognised by the ak seed due to the opposition of the breeds parental societies this has resulted in the recognition of the person russell terrier instead the jack russell terrier and the person terrier basically the same breed but with with minor differences sounds like there's a little bit of a war between the jack russell folks and the person russell they seemed to have the toxins legs kinda looks like yeah jack russell's are smallsized dogs and range of fourteen to eighteen pounds air predominantly white in color with blacker tan markings their coke can be short haired longhaired or broken the term broken refers to the code of both long and short hair the jack russell's origins began in england where the primary primarily used for foxhunting they have also been used in groundhog and badger hunting the russell.

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"jack russell" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

02:16 min | 4 years ago

"jack russell" Discussed on WJR 760

"I'm jack russell of this is anything's possible we're talking to dr margaret greenwald and her scope of research includes lexical semantic aspects of language processing skilled motored behavior brain behavior regulation ships and acquired dyslexia i can't even pronounce a you know it a stroke victims please yes unfortunately jack strokes can affect people of all ages it's more likely in the elderly but it can affect young people we do see a lot of young people as young as age twenty and our clinic who've had a stroke it could be from o'clock that black explain to the brain or when a blood vessel in the brain burst sometimes it's called the brain attack a stroke can cause all different kinds of problems with communication and so that's what we're working on it might be listening and speaking or might also include reading and writing show strokes can attack people as ya on this twenty right and they have a long life ahead of them so we need to provide them some functional ways of communicating to get by in everyday life and so they can have a high quality of life not just to express their basic needs but to really express their opinions if there's a listener tonight that's recently we had a stroke and his thinking i don't have a good life going forward what would you say to that person i would encourage them to try to get involved in a stroke support group there are many in the community that are free and often their connected to different hospitals but i would encourage them to try to meet other people who've had strokes i find that in our groups at our clinic we have individual therapy and we also have group therapy really the stroke survivors learn more from each other sometimes than they learned from us they know what they've gone through they can share experiences that we really can't share and they give each other at advice about how to deal with some of the challenges that they confront another group that you and your team work with our our current heroes our young veterans and.

jack russell support group dr margaret greenwald acquired dyslexia