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"james porter" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology

Rock N Roll Archaeology

04:53 min | 1 year ago

"james porter" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology

"Discussed episode three the hillbilly shakespeare. Whose title refers to hank williams. They also discuss lefty brazil. Kitty wells eddy. Arnold and the postwar tonk boom that country music enjoyed emails at let it roll podcast at gmail.com pop in those ear buds and enjoy roll and the host. Nate wilcox joined again by james porter to continue our discussion of burns country music documentary and also built c milan's country music. Usa which is the source of said documentary. Mr porter welcome doing all right. How about yourself cannot comply. And we're up to number three the hillbilly number nine hundred forty nine hundred forty five to nineteen fifty three and this is the absolutely pit advises their trend and habit of personifying all this stuff in people because malone causes the boom years and burns goes and makes it all about hank williams thoughts. You can't get around over more so you know he's back right. But you know for reason kid no doubt now and the hillbilly shakespeare is pretty awesome and apps terminology. And i don't know if that originates with rodney crawls dad or What but that's an anecdote. Telling the sherani cross. His dad took him to see hank senior in nineteen december. Nineteen fifty two. It's his first memory. And whenever a writing get mad at him as data remind him. I took you as hank williams kids so sf you anyway go ahead and rank indeed indeed and so they put it in the context and rather than focusing on like the open with contextual segment. And they did this on every episode and this time instead of talking about post war as post war they talk about honky-tonks and another kind of interesting choice because there's more going on in the postwar period than hockey talks but in country music honky talks are big deal and ray benson boils down to two things beer and dancing and that it's and that's why you get this new realism and country lyrics. He gets floyd. Tillman slipping around. Hey thompsons wild side of life etc cetera. Any thoughts on this on talking about hockey talk rather than all the i mean you know. Should they talked about how he talks or should they have talked about the post war era of your show talk about the hall. Talk as part of the postal wary. Because you can't really like no separate to to me..

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"james porter" Discussed on My Favorite Murder with Karen Kilgariff and Georgia Hardstark

My Favorite Murder with Karen Kilgariff and Georgia Hardstark

03:41 min | 1 year ago

"james porter" Discussed on My Favorite Murder with Karen Kilgariff and Georgia Hardstark

"Okay then right. So one of the men that he helped clear for parish was james porter. Who isn't the guy from deliver restroom evil but could be a child molester. Convicted of assaulting more than a hundred victims was a priest. He was like get him back in their hearing the game. If fucking dick okay. John fight left. The priest in nineteen seventy two and moved to phoenix. Worked as an insurance salesman got married had kids and grandkids lives a fucking normal goddamn life roe. Meanwhile irene's parents nick and josephina garza. They both passed away in the nineties. Ever seeing anyone prosecuted her irene's murder but they were assured by people in the church that father fight Who they always fucking suspected would be punished by the church. If they found out anything have been have been done and they were assured that this was a bigger sentence handed than any court could hand down and say like okay great 'cause they still bucking believe in the catholic church. They were fucking catholics while. Yeah so april. Two thousand two. Let's jump ahead okay. All right good forty. Two years after the murder of irene. Garza a former monk named dale tash ni who had left the priesthood more than thirty years earlier to marry. Suddenly he gets a fucking conscience a he says that in the summer of nineteen sixty three he was asked to counsel john fight while he swell john stayed at the monastery where This guy dale was a second priests monk During their six months counseling. John fight told tashin of the night that irene died. The sky called the fucking investigator was like. Let me tell you something. He told him that father fight had asked her to come to the church. Rectory had heard her calm and headed her confession and after the confession he had restrained irene. maybe bound and gagged her. He had fondled her breasts and before he returned to the sanctuary to hear confessions he had moved her to the rectory basement and later that evening he moved to another location then on easter sunday and so she still alive then easter sunday. He put irene in the bathtub. Place a bag over her set head and as he was leaving the bathroom he heard her say. I can't breathe. I can't breathe. And then tash said when he came back later on that day or early evening he found her dead in the bathtub. And then that night He put her in a car and took her and drop tackle along a roadside where there was a canal Tashin you had kept it to himself at a sense of religious obligation for more than four decades. He didn't tell anyone it's like he confessed to him. And you can't it the in terms of being priest here's confession you're not allowed to repeat it. I mean i feel so grateful that he came forward and said stuff but at the same time. It's like some this person. This man murdered this woman. It doesn't batsman that's not a priest then. That's not a priest anymore. The man who murdered someone is not doesn't get to have that nobody ever gets. It's not just for priests. That's that's the that's like. They're talking to god through and you don't get to intervene. Yeah because they're asking for forgiveness and so you have to be that no matter what somebody says to you as a priest you have to say when he was counseling him so it wasn't confession..

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"james porter" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

06:53 min | 1 year ago

"james porter" Discussed on KQED Radio

"At home order, and whether a cove it weary public is ready to comply. And attend. We talked with the authors of a new book, Black Futures about what it means to be black and alive right now area. Nope. Rail is the host of 10 o'clock filling in for me in a Kim Michael Krasny here at nine. That's when Forum gets underway. Sunny skies with highest from the low sixties to the low seventies today, the time now, 807 It's morning edition from NPR News. I'm Lulu Garcia Navarro and I'm Steve Inskeep on this first Friday of December. News of the pandemic is his hopeful as it's been all year. And also his grim as it's been all year. More than 200,000. People in the United States tested positive for Corona virus, just yesterday, a single day read a rate of two deaths per minute giver Tech for thousands It's too late for the vaccine. But there is progress on that vaccine. And on this day states face a deadline. They have to pre order their first shipments. NPR Health reporter Ping Wang joins us now. Good morning. Good morning, Steve. What's that Deadline mean exactly? Well, the definite means that states have until 8 p.m. Eastern tonight to tell the government where they want those first boxes to go. These boxes will contain 975 doses each of the fighter vaccine and they would need to be kept super cold. The CDC has been advising that they should get a health care workers and people who live in long term care facilities. So most of the shipments are probably going a large hospitals first. Okay, 975 doses per box, and then we're talking about millions of doses over time. This is a big project. How's the process Getting started? Yeah, well, it's been a little rocky so far is states. They're saying that they're not getting as many vaccines as they thought. Main, for instance, said that they're getting 12,000 vaccines left for shipment when they thought they were getting three times as much and it's not completely clear why that's happening as the Department of Health and Human Services, and they basically said states will get more vaccine soon. But the government does estimate that there will be 20 million doses of the five for vaccine available by the end of the year. Okay. Wow. Let's just dwell on that for a 2nd 20 million doses by the end of the year. Does that actually mean that millions of people will be getting shots in the arm by the end of this year? Well, they're not guaranteeing an exact number. But the hope is that there will be a lot. You know that visor vaccine needs to be used or stored within five days. And so states really want to make sure that those first batch is go to places that can immunize a lot of people quickly. Yeah, I'd hate for it to go bad while it was waiting for waiting for someone remind us of the nationwide situation as we wait for vaccines to arrive. Yeah, well, the numbers keep climbing. You know, the CDC said that this covered waver in has not yet Pete. And as you mentioned earlier, you know, in the past two days, we're seeing more than 200,000 people a day newly diagnosed with coronavirus. And in the same couple of days were averaging two deaths every minute of the day. One thing that's different about this covered we've compared to previous ones is that it's happening all over the country at once, Here's CDC director Robert Redfield. So we are at a very critical time right now. About being able to maintain the resilience of our health care system. He means that our hospitals are under a lot of stress. More than 100,000. People are hospitalized with covert right now. And that's the highest It's been this whole pandemic. There's no leeway to shift doctors and resource is from one hot spot to another, because the hot spots are basically everywhere and in about a minute we're going to hear from the president of the hospital system who was managing all of that. But first, let's talk about the efforts to keep people out of hospitals. If it can be done, California has announced new stay at home orders. What are they doing? Yes, So the concern California is that they're running out of space and intensive care units. These air the specialized hospital beds that are reserved for the sickest patients. Yesterday, California Governor Gavin Newsom announce that when ICUs are more than 85%, full regions of the state will have to shut down. You know, these regions include places like the Bay Area, Greater Sacramento, Southern California. Here's Governor Newsome. Bottom line is if we don't act now, our hospital system will be overwhelmed. We don't act now we'll continue to see a death rate climb. Regions have full ICUs yet, but they're expected to get there and the next few weeks, the governor said. It's like California's pulling an emergency brake and many states are watching California right now, hoping not to have to go into that kind of lockdown before they could get widespread access to the vaccine. MPR's Ping Wong. Thanks so much. Thanks for having me. Okay. Now, once a vaccine is approved in states begin getting their supplies. Hospitals, along with other health care providers will have the job of actually vaccinating people. So how they preparing One of the first providers scheduled to receive the vaccine is Deaconess Health System, which runs eight Indiana hospitals along with hospitals elsewhere, Dr James Porter is the president and he's on the line. Good morning, sir. Morning. Steve. Are you ready? We are getting ready and we will be the Fizer vaccine as paying, long noted, has to be stored. It's super cold temperatures, I guess. Minus 62 mind us 80 degrees Celsius. Is that as challenging as it sounds, Well, we have the freezers available to be able to handle the stock that we're going to receive. I have heard that after it became known more widely that that was necessary that I got a little tougher to get those freezers, but fortunately we had ours and plenty of time. Oh, so there's a bit of a run on freezers. How many doses do you expect to get initially? Not entirely sure. We were just on a call with the Indiana State Department of Health last evening, and that's still a little bit of a moving target. It is sounding more optimistic, though, that perhaps we're going to get more doses than we were most recently thinking. We still don't know for sure exactly what that number is going to be. We do believe, though that between Fizer and Moderna, assuming that they both get their mercy use authorizations that will be able to immunize several 100,000 people in Indiana in the month of December. Whoa! Several 100,000 in the month of December on Lee in the state of Indiana in the month that we're in now, That's impressive. That's what we're hoping for. So this is getting beyond just giving health care workers immunizations. I would suppose this is beginning to get to other members of the public. Yes, it would. Stage one A in Indiana is going to be one week where we focus on very specifically on health care workers and even more specifically, very the very first on the employees of the organizations that are getting the first rounds of vaccines, but that moves very quickly than in the other stages that does open it up more widely. Then we start talking about people who are older.

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"james porter" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

03:38 min | 1 year ago

"james porter" Discussed on KCRW

"Does that actually mean that millions of people will be getting shots in the arm by the end of this year? Well, they're not guaranteeing an exact number. But the hope is that there will be a lot you know that visor vaccine needs to be used or stored within five days. And so states really want to make sure that those first batch is go to places that can immunize a lot of people quickly get hate for it to go bad while I was waiting for waiting for someone Remind us of the nationwide situation as we wait for vaccines to arrive. Yeah, well, the numbers keep climbing. You know, the CDC said that this code would waver in has not yet Pete. And as you mentioned earlier, you know, in the past two days, we're seeing more than 200,000 people a day newly diagnosed with Corona virus and in those same couple of days were averaging two deaths every minute of the day. One thing that's different about this covered we've compared to previous ones is that it's happening all over the country at once, Here's CDC director Robert Redfield. So we are at a very critical time right now. About being able to maintain the resilience of our health care system. He means that our hospitals are under a lot of stress. More than 100,000. People are hospitalized with covert right now. And that's the highest It's been this whole pandemic. There's no leeway to shift doctors and resource is from one hot spot to another, because the hot spots are basically everywhere and in about a minute we're going to hear from the president of the hospital system who was managing all of that. But first, let's talk about the efforts to keep people out of hospitals. If it can be done. California has announced new Stay at home orders. What are they doing? Yes, So the concern California is that they're running out of space and intensive care units, please release specialized hospital beds that are reserved for the sickest patients. Yesterday, California Governor Gavin Newsom announced that when ICUs are more than 85%, full regions of the state will have to shut down. You know, these regions include places like the Bay Area, Greater Sacramento, Southern California. Here's Governor Newsome. Bottom line is if we don't act now, our hospital system will be overwhelmed. We don't act now we'll continue to see a death rate climb. Regions have full ICUs yet, but they're expected to get there and the next few weeks, the governor said. It's like California's pulling an emergency brake and many states. We're watching California right now, hoping not to have to go into that kind of lockdown before they could get widespread access to the vaccine. NPR's Ping Wong. Thanks so much. Thanks for having me. Okay. Now, once the vaccine is approved in states begin getting their supplies. Hospitals, along with other health care providers will have the job of actually vaccinating people. So how they preparing One of the first providers scheduled to receive the vaccine is Deaconess Health System, which runs eight Indiana hospitals along with hospitals elsewhere. Dr James Porter is the president and he's on the line. Good morning, sir. Morning. Steve, are you ready? We are getting ready and we will be The fighter vaccine, as paying, long noted, has to be stored. It's super cold temperatures, I guess. Minus 62 minus 80 degrees Celsius. Is that as challenging as it sounds, Well, we have the freezers available to be able to handle the stock that we're going to receive. I have heard that after it became known more widely that that was necessary that I got a little tougher to get those freezers, but fortunately we had ours and plenty of time. So there's a bit of a run on freezers. How many doses do you expect to get initially? Not entirely sure. We were just on a call with the Indiana State Department of Health last evening, and that's still a little bit of a moving target. It is sounding more optimistic, though, that perhaps we're going to get more doses than we were most recently thinking..

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"james porter" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

05:16 min | 1 year ago

"james porter" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Week where we focus on very specifically on health care workers and even more specifically, very the very first on the employees of the organizations that are getting the first rounds of vaccines. But that moves very quickly than in the other stages that does open it up more widely. Then we start talking about people who are older people with underlying conditions. People in nursing homes, that sort of thing, right? Yes, People in nursing homes are actually part of that very first initial round as well because they're at such high risk, and they are representing such a large portion of patients who are hospitalized and get particularly ill. How widespread is skepticism of the vaccine. You know, I think that remains to be seen. As you know, They're always sort of that anti vax or group that are out there, you know, opposed any vaccination? I think there is a little bit more concerned about these just because they have been produced so quickly. I can tell you in the health care and scientific world. We're very encouraged about the data that's been produced so far, and we believe they'll beam or that data once the views are submitted. And we also feel really good about the process. That is a well established process of how those vaccines are manufactured and produced. So we feel really good about them. Are you saying that as a doctor, this is a transparent process. If you have questions, you can go find answers and everything looks good to you. Yes, The FDA is very thorough and definitely I do believe that safety is their top priority, and I don't believe that they're going to be rushed or delayed based on any kinds of external pressures. Now, let's talk about the other side of this story. We're at this dramatic moment where you're saying hundreds of thousands of people could be vaccinated just in the state of Indiana in this very month. And yet we're hearing about hospitals that air filled with patients. How are your hospital's doing right now? We're very busy and we have been for some time. Our numbers have been climbing again since back in October. On. We've been working closely with our local government to, you know, try and get the message out and do what we can to try and mitigate the spread without the kinds of devastating impacts on the economy that we saw with the original shutdowns. S o numbers have been climbing. Our workforce is tired and stressed. We're definitely having to do things differently than we have in the past to be able to accommodate the numbers of patients that we're seeing, But so far we're being able to manage it. And you know, we really haven't had to. Take any of the kinds of tough decisions that we've put contingencies in place. Should we get even more overwhelmed? We've heard reference to California's governor Newsome, focusing on the percentage of ICU beds that are full and 85% is the point where he sees a serious problem. Occasionally we hear about a state or a hospital, where it's well over 100% capacity. What is the capacity where you're at? And how close are you to the limit? We're always running pretty close. You know what? The thing that causes me to cringe a little about hearing those percent capacity numbers is managing the census of the hospital in a health system is a minute to minute hour to hour activity. That's always true for us. We have significant logistics systems established to be able to manage that. But on any given day, the number of patients that we're going to be able to receive has a lot to do with the number of patients that we move into a different care setting or discharge, So it's a fluid number, But we're running closing. It's true that any time I health system is over. 85 to 87% occupied. The things start getting more complicated, and we have been running in the nineties, especially for ICU capacity recently over 90%. Are you having to be more discriminating about who you admit or more aggressive about who you let out the door to make sure you don't don't fill up entirely. No, I wouldn't say we've been more discriminating about who we admit we have become. I think more involved in using alternative resource is but doing that in a very safe way. So, for example, some people that we might have put in the hospital just to be on the cautious side. We're utilizing home health care and technology to be able to monitor them at home and perhaps even provide them with some oxygen. S so that's a little different than what we would typically do if we had more than enough beds, But in some ways, I think some of those changes are good on our part of the change that really we see needing to happen in health care. No, we talked about the availability of beds. What about the availability of qualified staff? Is it hard to have enough people and hard to have enough healthy people on hand day by day? It is challenging at times and you know, that's what I say. Our intensive care nurses are intensive care. Doctors are some of the ones that we are concerned about the most. But we have been able folks are pulling together and helping our anesthesiologists are helping out with ventilator management in our I C used our hospitals have changed the way they work to help. Our intensity is so people are pulling together and we're figuring out ways to get it done just in 10 seconds or so. Could we be in a different world just one month from now? Or could you be I certainly hope so. The monoclonal antibodies that we're now using we hope are avoiding some hospitalizations. And we believe that the immunizations have the opportunity to make a big difference. Dr. Porter. Thanks for your time and your insights really appreciate it. Thank you. It's my pleasure. Dr. James Porter, President of Deaconess Health Systems, which operates hospitals in Indiana,.

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"james porter" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

07:34 min | 1 year ago

"james porter" Discussed on KCRW

"It's morning edition from NPR News. I'm Lulu Garcia Navarro and I'm Steve Inskeep on this first Friday of December. News of the pandemic is his hopeful as it's been all year. And also his grim as it's been all year. More than 200,000. People in the United States tested positive for Corona virus, just yesterday, a single day read a rate of two deaths per minute giver Tech for thousands It's too late for the vaccine. But there is progress on that vaccine. And on this day states face a deadline. They have to pre order their first shipments. NPR Health reporter Ping Wang joins us Now. Good morning. Good morning, Steve. What's that deadline mean exactly? Well, The death means that states have until 8 p.m. Eastern tonight to tell the government where they want those first boxes to go. These boxes will contain 975 doses each of the five sir vaccine and they would need to be kept super colds. The CDC has been advising that they should get a health care workers and people who live in long term care facilities. So most of the shipments are probably going a large hospitals first. Okay, 975 doses per box, and then we're talking about millions of doses over time. This is a big project. How's the process getting started? Yeah, well, it's been a little rocky so far, states. They're saying that they're not getting as many vaccines was they thought Maine, for instance, said that they're getting 12,000 vaccines left for shipment when they thought they were getting three times as much and It's not completely clear why that's happening. Asked the Department of Health and Human Services, and they basically said states will get more vaccine soon. But the government does estimate that there will be 20 million doses of the finds the vaccine available by the end of the year. Okay. Wow. Let's just dwell on that for a 2nd 20 million doses by the end of the year. Does that actually mean that millions of people will be getting shots in the arm by the end of this year? Well, they're not guaranteeing an exact number. But the hope is that there will be a lot you know that five of actually needs to be used or stored within five days. And so states really want to make sure that those first batch is go to places that can immunize a lot of people quickly get hate for it to go bad while I was waiting for waiting for someone Remind us of the nationwide situation as we wait for vaccines to arrive. Yeah, well, the numbers keep climbing. You know, the CDC said that this code would waver in has not yet Pete. And as you mentioned earlier, you know, in the past two days, we're seeing more than 200,000 people a day newly diagnosed with Corona virus and in the same couple of days were averaging two deaths every minute of the day. One thing that's different about this covered we've compared to previous ones is that it's happening all over the country at once, Here's CDC director Robert Redfield. So we are at a very critical time right now. About being able to maintain the resilience of our health care system. He means that our hospitals are under a lot of stress. More than 100,000. People are hospitalized with covert right now. And that's the highest It's been this whole pandemic. There's no leeway to shift doctors and resource is from one hot spot to another, because the hot spots are basically everywhere and in about a minute we're going to hear from the president of the hospital system who was managing all of that. But first, let's talk about the efforts to keep people out of hospitals. If it can be done. California has announced new Stay at home orders. What are they doing? Yes, So the concern California is that they're running out of space and intensive care units. These airless specialized hospital beds that are reserved for the sickest patients. Yesterday, California Governor Gavin Newsom announced that when ICUs are more than 85%, full regions of the state will have to shut down. You know, these regions include places like the Bay Area, Greater Sacramento, Southern California. Here's Governor Newsome. Bottom line is if we don't act now, our hospital system will be overwhelmed. We don't act now we'll continue to see a death rate climb. No regions have full ICUs yet, but they're expected to get there and the next few weeks, the governor said. It's like California's pulling an emergency brake and many states were watching California right now, hoping not to have to go into that kind of lockdown before they could get widespread access to the vaccine. NPR's Ping Wong. Thanks so much. Thanks for having me. Okay. Now, Once the vaccine is approved, and states begin getting their supplies, hospitals, along with other health care providers will have the job of actually vaccinating people. So how they preparing one of the first providers scheduled to receive the vaccine is Deaconess Health System, which runs eight. Indiana hospitals along with hospitals elsewhere, Dr James Porter is the president and he's on the line. Good morning, sir. Morning. Steve. Are you ready? We are getting ready and we will be The fighter vaccine, As Ping Wong noted, has to be stored. It's super cold temperatures, I guess. Minus 62 minus 80 degrees Celsius. Is that as challenging as it sounds, Well, we have the freezers available to be able to handle the stock that we're going to receive. I have heard that after it became known more widely that that was necessary that I got a little tougher to get those freezers, but fortunately we had ours and plenty of time. So there's a bit of a run on freezers. How many doses do you expect to get initially? Not entirely sure. We were just on a call with the Indiana State Department of Health last evening, and that's still a little bit of a moving target. It is sounding more optimistic, though, that perhaps we're going to get more doses than we were most recently thinking. We still don't know for sure exactly what that number is going to be. We do believe, though that between Fizer and Moderna, assuming that they both get their emergency use authorizations. It will be able to immunize several 100,000 people in Indiana in the month of December. Whoa! Several 100,000 in the month of December on Lee in the state of Indiana in the month that we're in now, That's impressive. That's what we're hoping for. So this is getting beyond just giving health care workers immunizations. I would suppose this is beginning to get to other members of the public. Yes, it would. Stage one A in Indiana is going to be one week where we focus on very specifically on health care workers and even more specifically, at very the very first on the employees of the organizations that are getting the first rounds of vaccines, But that moves very quickly than in the other stages that does open it up more widely. Then we start talking about people who are older people with underlying conditions. People in nursing homes, that sort of thing, right? Yes, People in nursing homes are actually part of that very first initial round as well because they're at such high risk, and they are representing such a large portion of patients who are hospitalized and get particularly ill. How widespread is skepticism of the vaccine. You know, I think that remains to be seen. As you know, They're always sort of that anti vax or group that are out there, you know, opposed any vaccination? I think there is a little bit more concerned about these just because they have been produced so quickly. But I can tell you in the health care and scientific world. We're very encouraged about the data that's been produced so far, and we believe they'll be more of that data once the views are submitted. And we also feel really good about the process. That is a well established process of how those vaccines are manufactured and produced. So we feel really good about them. Are you saying that as a doctor, this is a transparent process. If you have questions, you can go find answers and everything looks good to you. Yes, The FDA is very thorough and definitely I do believe that safety is their top priority, and I don't believe that they're going to be rushed or delayed based on any kinds of external pressures..

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"james porter" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

01:56 min | 1 year ago

"james porter" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"Some of their security personnel tested positive for the virus. They're hawks. Ed and his wife remain isolated through Friday again no symptoms after their contact with someone who had been infected these cold Indiana nights of many Hoosiers plugging in their space heaters. Indianapolis Fire Battalion chief reader writes, has be careful with him before you go to bed. Don't leave it unattended Boys sleeping in Indianapolis man was killed Monday evening. When this cigarette ignited fumes from the gasoline. He was pouring into the tank of his snow blower he was getting ready for winter. Rumor was that Indiana Pacers star Victor Oladipo wanted out of India. The man himself says he was always taught to not engage in nonsense. But he admits it was hard not to say anything been in the league for eight years. Now, this my eighth year I missed the first time anyone has ever accused me of anything like this, he says. He's focused on himself, the team and the new NBA season now. You wanna hear how almost got off the naughty list This year? I help center seat because Egan's by having him download capital one shopping to his computer capital. One shopping instantly searches for available coupon codes and automatically applies them a check out. You can download it, too, and save a bundle. You don't even need a capital one card, and it's free. So why didn't I get off? The naughty list? Turns out Sanders a stickler for naughty words. Oh Capital, one shopping. It's kind of genius. What's in your wallet savings in available coupons? Berry Or one minute away from traffic and weather. It's Bible. Four. Pat Sullivan here for the Michelle is corporation. They've been in business for over 35 years. I'm here with James Porter to talk about how Michelle is responds to emergency weather situations. James What are some of the situations that you walk into S M A shell is representative heavy wind image, heavy rain damage and sub zero temperatures like first pipes when dealing with homeowners that have just had a major event. What can you do to be a calming presence first, be empathetic. For most people. This is the first time something like this has happened to them..

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"james porter" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

02:06 min | 2 years ago

"james porter" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"Turf dot com penciled in here for the mystery was corporation they've been in business for over thirty five years I'm here with James Porter to talk about how much salus response to emergency weather situations James what are some of the situations that you walk into estimates sales representative heavy wind damage heavy rain damage in subzero temperatures like burst pipes when dealing with homeowners that have just had a major event what can you do to be a calming presence first be empathetic for most people this is the first time something like this just happened today secondly managing expectations being realistic with them and explain the timelines of what's going to happen that is part of that process working with their insurance company absolutely four situation it can be quite dramatic we try to make this as easy on the homeowner as possible if you have a weather related emergency call the mystery was corporation anytime twenty four seven the number eight four four fixed indie or online at machines Corp dot com the machine was corporation construct renovate restore back to work at that J. O. B. the one you realize isn't for you well that's if you're lucky right make your move you can start a new life as an I. T. pro in as little as four months from the comfort of your own home even if you have zero computer experience take control of your future now go to my computer career dot EDU to take the free career valuation today live online classes meet just twice a week it's not rocket science it's my computer career my computer career dot EDU Hey here nine billion for window nation vacations look more like staycations this year with most people looking to reinvest their vacation dollars back into their homes window nation is here to help you reinvest your dollars where it counts until July fourth they have reduced pricing on all window styles by fifty percent they also defer your payments for two years with no money down paying nothing for twenty four months while it may not be a view of the ocean window nation can promise you a better view of your home that puts your dollars to good use energy if your windows provide year round benefits that save you from higher energy costs.

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Interview with Carl Robinson live from Project Voice

The Voice Tech Podcast

05:46 min | 2 years ago

Interview with Carl Robinson live from Project Voice

"What are you noticing? What are some common themes that you're hearing show so? I'm asking the questions of the people that I've been into seventy now since I've been here. One of them is that agencies are noticing. Their clients are moving from proof of concept projects from come from the budget just to prove the point that voices thing and that can help them through to that full budget. So I think there's definitely a movement now there's optimism and the projects in the APPS that people are building are becoming more complicated more integrated into the systems of the business. So that's positive. People are paying for full voice apps. But there's still uncertainty around discover ability so clearly the the model that people are transplanted from mobile into voice isn't working as as hoping there isn't a great APP store so that's an open question. And people have got different ways of tackling. I think the model and these component marketplaces that envisioning a future. That isn't individual APPS. They're more components that you can revenue from developers can revenue from by having them integrated into a larger experience. There isn't direct invocations to these APPs. I think that's really exciting but could be one way. That voices improved another way or these cross. Go Promotions or being able to invoke some fancy from one school to another but definitely. I think that these smart speakers are very intermediate technology. Voices got way more potential than a smart speaker fixed object on the desk. We can talk about some of the predictions between the space. I think you know what get excited about is every person I've talked to. So many NE- shes when you're talking about education or you're talking about cars or you're talking about fitness and everybody's got this need and they're figuring out how to use voice in a way that works for them and to me. That's really exciting. You know it just becomes more clear as a use case of what you can be doing really well joyce straight if you start to look a little bit broader and you realize how many people are working. Invoice is incredible. I mean I could do a podcast episode every week on a different subject. I never run out. We can add. It's true so you were saying one of the things you wanted to talk about with some predictions you have for twenty twenty you again because you have an interesting background. So you're working voice kind of development side but then you're also talking to so many people are getting a lot of information so when you're thinking about those things as a whole what are some of your thoughts for what voices GonNa Bring in the future. We'll I think a lot more people are going to be interested in learning the voice calls and I'm seeing evidence of that everywhere so does really fast. Growing interest seen voice developers purchasing utilize skills causes on my site that people are going through the very affordable that ten bucks to learn the basic skills of owning an APP. There is compensation designers that purchasing compensation design courses. Robo copy again. There's Lincoln for that and there's no copies great. Had Him on the show have you. We'll we'll we'll post sooner. Maybe I don't know when this will pose. Yeah he's doing great. Thanks for that space. And it's a serious cause. These are not because you can do in an evening. These are serious commitments. That people are paying hundreds of dollars for and they're selling so that really gives me hope that people are putting their money down the optimism in the industry and it's worth that time and investment. The other thing is obviously business. People are asking more and more about voice. Now we saw the sound guy and at the end of the last year or something like comments went in there that I did really well. We see the launch voice masters by the Vixen lab. Steve involved with James Porter. They're great people were again. Everybody's so passionate about this education so I think that that helps propel it forward. It does come station yesterday with Zach Gerard from the Puck University Missouri Alexa Club for the students so in literally. They're going on tall. He's got club they build these Alexa APPS and other going on tour light showing them off and getting more people into the fold as one of their own. They have their own APP in the university. Of what you scores. I know what classes are coming up. They all these things. So we're seeing things Levels Ngozi people to the tech showing interest people investing their time learning it. So that's that is a growing trend. I think we're GONNA see more. And more of really positive. Some of them will exciting ones than about the thing. That's most exciting for me. The novel uses the like. You're saying it's so broad so four five of these that I would say that for me. The most exciting festival I would say biometric authentication a second conversation with execute from ideology yesterday such Aku Tak basically at the moment as you know because voice assistance you have to log into them right to get your personal information to get your own APPs to have anything that access your own data you have to link it to your Amazon account or you account. Whatever but with biometrics you could literally walk up to any small speaker or microphone in the world. It's not talking and with zero logging. It who you are. It would grant you access to your data to your impersonal configuration. And if you go and that's really important I think is why because it's conversational interfaces you and I having a conversation now if I wanted to just bring Lexie or Google assistant into the conversation right now and just as a quick question about. What's my calendar softening? I couldn't because I'd have to log into it because it's your smile speaker. I couldn't do that on your phone. I can't just pick up your phone log into your phone. Phones are very private and smarts because at the moment kind of that they have these default open interfaces where I can ask general questions like a question about Google search pedia or something but I can't access my personal is services and as personalization connect your awareness so important for these loss assistance to be able to guess correctly. What your intent is so that is a huge one looking to be more secure as well. Because they've got life check so I've been learning about these multi-modal likeness checks. They can have cameras looking face making sure the or moving lifelike way and then not holding up a photo trickett and the same voice checking that against the database as well as other senses as well as putting all of these inputs together to make sure it's you and you're a real person from consumer side the business side. Everyone's asking about it so that's great to hear we're hearing more

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"james porter" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

01:51 min | 2 years ago

"james porter" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"You have sold in here for the mischievous corporation they've been in business for over thirty five years I'm here with James Porter to talk about how much salus response to emergency weather situations James what are some of the situations that you walk into SO much sales representative heavy wind damage heavy rain damage in subzero temperatures like burst pipes when dealing with homeowners that have just had a major event what can you do to be a calming presence first be empathetic for most people this is the first time something like this has happened to them secondly managing expectations being realistic with them and explaining the timelines of what's going to happen that is part of that process working with their insurance company absolutely four situation it can be quite dramatic we try to make this as easy on the homeowner as possible if you have a weather related emergency call the mystery was corporation anytime twenty four seven the number eight four four fixed indie or online at machines Corp dot com on the mischievous corporation construct renovate restore hi it's eighty five A. champ Tony going on here with Chuck Jones from U. S. the Chevy you know what's better than winning one struck winning twice during our tax sale everyone wins when we double your down payment that's perfect I mean to get in your car with your tax refund will match any tax refund up to two thousand dollars plus get the up to four thousand dollars more for your trade driveway in an all new Silverado for just two twenty nine a month so find you rose to be S. as Chevy argue SS Chevy dot com where everyone gets treated like a winner winner winner chicken dinner let's talk about Daniel a year ago he resolved the stop putting off what he wanted to do get in the information technology Daniel enrolled in my computer career and is now already a few months into his IT career make twenty twenty your year go to my computer career dot EDU and take the free career valuation.

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"james porter" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

02:35 min | 2 years ago

"james porter" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"BC that's all in here for the mischievous corporation they've been in business for over thirty five years I'm here with James Porter to talk about how much salus response to emergency weather situations James what are some of the situations that you walk into as the machine was represented heavy wind damage heavy rain damage in subzero temperatures like burst pipes when dealing with homeowners that have just had a major event what can you do to be a calming presence first be empathetic for most people this is the first time something like this just happened today secondly managing expectations being realistic with them and explain the timelines of what's going to happen that is part of that process working with their insurance company absolutely four situation it can be quite dramatic we try to make this as easy on the homeowner as possible if you have a weather related emergency call the mystery was corporation anytime twenty four seven the number eight four four fixed the indie or online that mischievous Corp dot com the mischievous corporation construct renovate restore those two codes and worldwide on the internet this is coast to coast AM with George Knapp now here's George.

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"james porter" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

01:32 min | 2 years ago

"james porter" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"Grew up on tour with my parents kind of different but we bonded over music just like other families do over sports camping or other interests and we talked a little everyday conversations from silly to serious that built a foundation overtime on this conversation like my dad shares experiences as an alcoholic your honesty about that part of your life gave me a sense of integrity that I wanted to hold in my own life and I was so grateful that you and mom had become the sober stable people for always there for me I want to know from someone who's been recovering more than thirty years now that hard work is what Chris success not alcohol or other drugs whether it's music or anything else I said a lot and I'm glad you took it to heart the here you for more information about talking with your kids about underage use of alcohol and other drugs visit underage drinking dot Sampson dot gov that's all in here for the machine was corporation they've been in business for over thirty five years I'm here with James Porter to talk about how much jailers response to emergency weather situations James what are some of the situations that you walk into SO much sales representative heavy wind damage heavy rain damage in subzero temperatures like burst pipes when dealing with homeowners that have just had a major event what can you do to be a calming presence first be empathetic for most people this is the first time something like this just happened today secondly managing expectations being realistic with them and explain the time lines of what's going to happen that is part of that process working with.

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"james porter" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

03:46 min | 3 years ago

"james porter" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

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"james porter" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

06:31 min | 3 years ago

"james porter" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"About the quarterbacks we have a couple of good ones that we've mentioned Trevor Lawrence just a sophomore undefeated after he took over for Kelly Bryant last. what the opening game against Georgia tech and telemarketers for Texas a and M. what a book need to do to help the team win the game today well I think both of the vocal I I think obviously the talent and would go on principally to clients and their experience at top playmakers on the outside D. Higgins wide receiver. six four two fifteen laps and only a true freshman for clients and six three Justin Ross what big white out six for me those are huge targets on the outside for Trevor Lawrence and then like I said I think Travis C. T. and best player college football for sure last week over two hundred yards but in terms for Texas distribute the ball on the other side mon has steadily improved and especially so Jimbo Fisher's got here to be the head coach we saw a couple years ago in South Carolina in college station he was a radically was inconsistent but last year includes labor for hundred thirty yards against Clemson and only lost by two he's one of only two quarterbacks is hurting with three thousand passing yards and store hundred rushing yards so he has all the sound question is there some young guys that maybe haven't don't have the experience of clubs and does on the outside they are talented but they're on the road they step up it could be a big day for Guillemont last time Texas a and M. knocked off the number one team it was back in two thousand twelve and they had a player by the name of football his last name Johnny football biggest Alabama the series they play just five times Texas a and M. at least three games to two but as a veteran Clint said one a year ago in college station. with member bands discover the sleep number three sixty smart bed. please listen to all the toss and they differed in the Tigers in their warranty. will kick off the Texas a and M. with their room painted white jerseys this place is up for grabs today one of the crew fantastic early season matchups in college football and we're happy to have it here for you on the radio network I hope everybody's hydrated the players the fans the students that are bound to happen in the in the stands right now because it is nice to be almost ninety five degrees of what I say high humidity it is high the there's a white cloud in the sky if you are dripping sweat I have a bit of that so it is with you right now. Texas a and M. from right to left during our first quarter we should pull. changing we're with the to determine the bullets in the air sailing through the back of the end zone it'll be a tough for Texas a and M.. it is an Aggie team that defeated Texas state forty one to seven a week ago Thursday and come along comes on after completing nineteen of his twenty seven passes for three touchdowns. for four hundred yards year ago against this Tigers defense which you know it's a very different defense up front for Clemson yeah only one player in the front seven that returns as a starter from a season ago that Isaiah Simmons outside linebacker you think you'd be woe is me for the defense but there's still live in highly touted recruits in that front seven for. the Clinton tighter so they do have. for calling on a Texas a and M. on the witness stand. look turns right gonna play fake rose to the right side of the ball into the hands of Davis he was a little bit high but. version of isn't complete accounting from right here Clemson Tigers deep if they come up with press coverage the crowd the line of scrimmage and they want to make Telemark throw the ball there he tries a through the fate stop down the right sideline the quirky Davis who had a shot at the sun god desires or not but we got pulled out of it. new tonight in this formation four receivers three to the right that's the one side this will begin with Corbin behind guillotine remained offensive through thirteen C. moon winning the football it's this. back in the pocket looking deep really close the lotus receiver. four five yards five yards worth of separation. well you talk about situations where you're on the road you have to make plays when there's opportunities there was a play for Cordy Davis to make it tough get some person tent in a wide open camera Buckley who is just over three. six point. included in the Texas a and M. on their opening drive from the twenty five yard line along with the crowd. taking into the holes it is the only man with the gun for the lines of. two receivers to the light side it is. the motion is Davis briefly there's movement in the crowd noise. what are my the June. James Porter is Mike not working with the PC penalty Colin was a couple of young tight ends on the roster after the departure of J. stern border to the NFL well the disappointing thing there is one of Myers lined up in the wings he's not even lined up on the line of scrimmage he's off the phone booth trying to help with. apple St new stance to just nuclear right there five one of our lives is forced by the noise here. thirteen fifteen fifteen and sixteen seconds into this game twenty. near the line of scrimmage connecting it to the game looks like it will include. we just didn't get it off he's going to take off. nothing available whatsoever for non pay. the chopping down after a short game what a ball Wallace from this position and I hi hit because all of mine did a nice job. to the left looked like he was going to have all kinds of really money run for the first down the wall is from the safety position just came up and took his legs out from under a great man he may have been the best ever last year average more than fifty one yards.

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"james porter" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

02:26 min | 3 years ago

"james porter" Discussed on KCRW

"A motorcycle and a cement truck it's three fifty a KC R. W. thanks for being with us this is All Things Considered from NPR news I'm Mary Louise Kelley and I'm ari Shapiro coral reefs are dying around the world and a new study suggests a way to save them the study of the Florida Keys shows that a lot of the stress on corals comes from local sources which means there are things local communities can do to help the corals NPR's pink Wong reports Brian the point has watched half of Florida's corals die off in the past twenty years watching the decline of court what we he has been heartbreaking I live in the Florida Keys and when I moved here in the early nineteen eighties I had no idea that we would be losing these corals the point a professor at Florida Atlantic University has spent his career studying corals at the leaky roof and the Florida Keys he's the lead author on any paper out in the journal marine biology it analyzes thirty years of data he's collected and its conclusion is actually hopeful you've got quite a story here would you put all this together that there actually is hope for coral reefs after all how does he figure a study which showed that warming temperatures were killing off corals but as data actually showed that the corals biggest problem was another human source too much nitrogen it comes from badly treated sewage as well as fertilizer and topsoil from people's yards and farms it feeds blooms of algae that block out the light and also throws off the nutrient balance in the water and make the calls more likely to catch disease to go through coral bleaching and to die Michael fox studies coral reefs at the woods hole oceanographic institution he wasn't involved in the study but he appreciates its long term view we're starting to have enough data to really track the impacts of local scale structures to quarrels over long enough time frames to understand how the communities are changing James Porter at the university of Georgia co authored the Florida study he says that in the past most scientists and the public figure that there was little we could do to help corals unless we fixed all of climate change what our study shows is that taking care of one off from the land which is a local phenomenon that can protect coral reefs to put this is our findings from Florida can apply to reefs around the world and that better sewage and storm water treatment might give corals a fighting chance at surviving climate change ping long NPR news.

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Florida Keys, Brian And Florida discussed on All Things Considered

All Things Considered

02:16 min | 3 years ago

Florida Keys, Brian And Florida discussed on All Things Considered

"Coral reefs are dying around the world and a new study suggests a way to save them the study of the Florida Keys shows that a lot of the stress on corals comes from local sources which means there are things local communities can do to help the corals NPR's pink Wong reports Brian the point has watched half of Florida's corals die off in the past twenty years watching the decline of court what we he has been heartbreaking I live in the Florida Keys and when I moved here in the early nineteen eighties I had no idea that we would be losing these corals the point a professor at Florida Atlantic University has spent his career studying corals at the leaky roof and the Florida Keys he's the lead author on any paper out in the journal marine biology it analyzes thirty years of data he's collected and its conclusion is actually hopeful you've got quite a story here would you put all this together that there actually is hope for coral reefs after all how does he figure a study which showed that warming temperatures were killing off corals but as data actually showed that the corals biggest problem was another human source too much nitrogen it comes from badly treated sewage as well as fertilizer and topsoil from people's yards and farms it feeds blooms of algae that block out the light and also throws off the nutrient balance in the water and make the calls more likely to catch disease to go through coral bleaching and to die Michael fox studies coral reefs at the woods hole oceanographic institution he wasn't involved in the study but he appreciates its long term view we're starting to have enough data to really track the impacts of local scale structures to quarrels over long enough time frames to understand how the communities are changing James Porter at the university of Georgia co authored the Florida study he says that in the past most scientists and the public figure that there was little we could do to help corals unless we fixed all of climate change what our study shows is that taking care of one off from the land which is a local phenomenon that can protect coral reefs to put this is our findings from Florida can apply to reefs around the world and that better sewage and storm water treatment might give corals a fighting chance at surviving climate change ping long NPR

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"james porter" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

09:06 min | 3 years ago

"james porter" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Editing throughout the show. She last night, it was well, we don't have to go over it again. But when Griffin was about six or seven years old. And he put on put on us first baseball uniform. He came running into my bedroom because he was wearing his Cup for the first time. And I was just waking up, but he goes, mommy punch me. And I was like, I'm never going to do that. I've never going to do that. So that off. Mike, too. That is never gonna when you become, you know, there's situations where, like, I can't believe this. These are the words I'm hearing right now. That was that was an audio we heard last night. But tonight we haven't see dealer. That's James porter musician writer, and he's a music historian, by the way, a listener says, don't forget, you must overlook Billy Preston played with stones and Beatles. Get back Loretta. Almost forgotten. It seems I mean when he passed away, seems like everybody focused on the fact that he played the beat the only musical play with the Beatles and the stones, but growing up when I was growing up when he was, like, legit legitimate star zone. Yeah. And, and one of the members of the, the shindigs the, the back, right shindig, with at that time, it was Billy Preston, James Burton, the righteous brothers, Lord. Yeah. Yeah. And I can't think of any how is a cold group if it was a good show. I it's funny. I mean you guys are, obviously connecting over music. This is something that I my husband is at peace. With when we started dating he realized that it was never gonna get any better that I don't. I don't retain information Johnson. And I are talking about how we both have an appalling lack of musical knowledge. If you know what you like I, I live music. That's what we always. There's only two kinds of music, which you like and what you don't like, don't get hung up on its country. Ooh, I can't don't be surprised like, well although when I first started dating my husband, I got a car, and I realized he had changed one of my presets to a country station, and he, it was just fine. I just. I was surprised. I was like, oh, okay. Aren't you? Music I guess we were just dating. No. I will listen to this country say she told us country. Right. Let, if he changed your preset than you knew it was serious serious. He was locking revealing himself. I think in a way in the days of mix tapes when you got a mix tape from someone who was get special tune your point is. Oh, did you get makes as what kind of music then? Well, put together for yoga mcclinton pages. Have Dilbert mcclinton on the show when they told him that was on the mix tape? He was quiet and he says, no really nice it. Yeah. I said, that's how I got introduced to your music was through the mix tape did Steve gave me state. That's pretty cool man, do people said, do they, did you ever make mix tapes or did? MP threes came in mix CDs, too. Yep. Is on the prize there. Yes. Volumes about you. I mean does Germany customized depending on who else dating at the time I didn't just like impose on them. But I mean, if I saw the like this, they might like to sell the thing that's the way Steve approach to he was kind of slowly, pushing me toward other kinds of music. He's trying to expand your taste, John, did you ever make a mix tape feel so funny because we're talking about, I've never I've made many mix tapes. I never made it to give to somebody is just my own, eclectic music and combined together. Myself and do you guys. I mean, I never I, I don't know many women made mic safes. Did you ever make? Did you ever make a like a collection of songs you want someone to hear that showed something about you or your relationship? I, I did actually I had a, my ex is really really, really into music. And that's actually how we bonded, we had a three hour line that we stood in. I can't even remember what before back in college, but we set and he quizzed me on old school music, what. So it was all of the songs that equipped me on I made a playlist forum. That's the thing too, though, is that making a it collection of music is click and drag now. Not quite the same stuff you were making a mix, like what would be some of the things that you would show someone you know, an element of yourself to, to share it them like it'd be like two songs we'll go. Depend depends on the lady. I mean I can give you one. One example, I was in two, okay? This dates me the story, but those in the nineties, and I was dating a lady, who's to acid jazz jazz will those the nineties. It was like this is kind of, like, I don't know how describe announcing this, calling dance music, kind of took off, like seventies funk, and jazz, I was a she met me in a wicker park borrows, when a t shirt with the blue no records logo on jazz label, and yeah. And so thinking I was in there. I made take tape and she loved it. You know, it was like most of jazz, and funk. Okay. All right. I. Jazz at all. I it was a thing in the ninety s place to work in a record store. We had we had an acid Jeff action really. Yes. Where was this store of the no longer around? This is the wax. No. Yeah. Stores around and I worked at the Hyde Park store. Those like a co worker mind Charles, who's really heavily into, like, you know, seventy jazz funk, you know, and me be like a like a downhome blues garage, rock guy took me a while get around to that. But it got to be some kind of way that started liking it, you know. And it came in handy when I started dating this lady. What was your first concert that you attended this was a Willie Dixon at Chicago festive nineteen Seventy-nine? Yes. My dad took me. Wow. How about yours? My very first concert. My mother took me to see believe it or not Herman's, hermits Paul revere, and the raiders, the Paul revere freaked out because I, you know, she went because she loved them because she was eighteen when she had me. So she's still pretty young when I was eight, and I remember coming out and getting onto the number twenty two Clark street bus and saying, demaim that's really scary. The way those girls were acting. They were this was at the century theatre. And I was like eight okay, and it's the center movie theater, and I swear to there were girls hanging from the balcony, hanging over the balcony, dangling things like I'm breathing the same air. They're breathing. And I remember thinking this is really scary. These are like they've lost their minds trans or something. Yeah. What was your first ones back in the late fifties early sixties civic, upper house, hosted by dick. Biondi Aloun, the platters declerk. Yeah, the jar mills fill up church. A bill. Yeah. No kidding. Do like two or three songs apiece. They're hitting exactly. Yeah. Daniel. Board without the other stuff. Yes. Eighty two the stones. Yeah. I'm gonna pay for it. The right way, actually was a friend of mine had an extra ticket said, you want to go, of course, you mentioned Willie Dixon as I was going to north eastern at the time. And I was taking a class by j Fred MacDonald, he used to be a regular milk show. Hop culture guy in fact, which had a class in pop culture, and he brought Willie Dixon and to speak to the group. And that was the coolest thing because, you know, Willie was not a real talkative kinda guy, but he sat there in front of two hundred kids and answered all our questions and one of the great moments with Willie Dixon with one unit really gonna tell us needed to pass gas and in front of this. Back down Huckabee. Nobody recorded this. Broke the tape. A bunch of eighteen nineteen year olds today. Whoa. Yeah. All right. Then you've been a human. Title speaking to Willie one of the most fun nights. I had was years ago, w I n d about a three hour interview with Willie Dixon and you talk about a blues legend, he wrote it. He recorded it would increase late before you take a break. What was your first concert attendances and Chicago to what's now, the AllState arena in Rosemont. Wow. So my friends like them. Let's. Well, Genesis Gago, I just we have some calls coming in some texts about their, their first concerts, a what's break here and get to those dismal. We're hanging out the AllState skyline studio with James porter John Sobel, it Stephen Johnny giant Morna moment on seven, twenty WGN live from the Jarrett Payton, golf tournament jerem pains foundation benefits at all a lot of people, and we will help them also Connie Payton will be there. She'll be on the show. We'll check it with.

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"james porter" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

07:01 min | 3 years ago

"james porter" Discussed on WGN Radio

"I am. I'm your host Patti Vasquez in the AllState skyline studio. Joining me is DJ writer, musician and music historian, James Puerto jive. How you doing joining us? John Silvia, some great treats from maxim benny's. I'm still working my way through the corned beef sandwich is very good. I love the ri- brought to you, by the way. That's right. That's my favorite. It's I'll get the pickles are awesome. I, I've got to get to the pickle, again, have to, like, take a bite, and grow will pop in my ear, fourteen seconds. Did you ever do that? Stephen, johnny. Of course, also studio with us. I I'll have over the years. I'll have a mouthful of food, and our producer pop into my head time to come back. I'm like I thought the food just fallen them him. Mostly if we have a read, that's what I was fine before. We had cameras capturing everything that we do. Now, everybody can what I have been very lucky. We have a livestream James, where also there are cameras throughout the studio. So, yes. Sorry, sorry and pick them on knows there's one listener, Chuck who will once in a while, get a screen shot of something, but so far nothing embarrassing that I have seen on any of the pages that I've done that you've seen. I get dark web has all that stuff. Although who was who was. Pete McMurray producer Scott Miller. I, I was I was coming down. I think for the taste cog, or something, and I and I was running in, and it was really hot outside, and there was nobody in the studio because there was a maybe a cubs game or Blackhawks game no had to be cubs. So it was running in and I was throwing on dealer and, and an apparent. And I didn't think the cameras were on the livestream because we didn't have a radio show on. It's got Miller, text me back. It goes the freshening up a little bit in the studio aria. Yes, he just happened to pop on camera that should be the picture on the cover of your book, the title of which would be cleaning it up. Well, that's by the way, we have some more texts coming in Johnny, Johnny. Bob Maas grave, that is named familiar. I don't know what the if someone was answering question, or popping up with a thought thought. Hi, good evening. Great show. James porter is cultural politics, relations, and music royalty past present and feet. Thank you. Eight four seven let's see. Let me find there was another one. I want a there was one, I wanted to that somebody had asked about, you know, the tech screen starter. Then all of a sudden crushes. Yeah. And I can't get back to. Oh, somebody said that the felicitous falcons were better than whatever school you mentioned. Does it do you know what? Stateful. Is it a long time gone? Saint bride's team. Would you go to squeeze that you went to Steve? Kevin James, actually. Teasing you because I went to Our Lady peace Saint breads and then sell short. They go see what the Saint bride's the BULLDOGS team at that time. No. All right. There's whenever you guys are here. The tech screen gets very interesting. So teams you're working on a book that you're hoping to finish by the end of the day, you giving yourself a hard deadline for this this book. Yes. Yes, yes. I mean I can get away with even though it's summertime and I'm getting tempted by just like leaving the house every now and then, but yes, I mean, I want to get on people see this no doubt. Johny about their book a little more less, which. Celebrating less one hundred and fourth birthday, and they were talking about the hours of audio. They listen to interviews and stories that they've, they've compiled we started. How do you approach this, this project with, you know, when you're covering black rockers, you know, through all over the country just down with the tape player and press play and hope to tape doesn't get get enough? By the way, and I also I should ask, what, what is your process? Do you are? You writing in notebooks. Are you typing all this? Or are you doing typing on computer, actually? Yeah, I'm a long handwriting. I actually have the, the original yellow legal patter that I went back and scribbled in circled and all that funds. And I love looking back at it, and comparing it to the book and going well, it, and you will be tickled when you finally hold your book in your hand. That you're just like. Haven't been author. Yeah. We have a listener who has a question from the eight one six hey doc, with your question for James. Any? I just went to Memphis couple nights over Memorial Day weekend. Nashville for one night. And I saw the building a new museum white on lower Broadway, which is the main party street in Nashville called. And I just wanted to take your guess is the way of it. It's the national museum of African American music and its purposes to show that contribution about Americans to all types of music. They're both permanent and temporary exhibits, and they've got a fifty million dollar budget. Wow. Stove and early next year. That's new to me, and I hear about actually I mean, this quiet as kept Nashville actually had a fertile black music, scene, going to at least back in time. I mean, of course, was overshadowed by country music. But it's interesting that the black music museum would be in Nashville. You said. Yeah. It's right on lower Broadway where all the while the party cars, and everything, our love the visit. Sounds good to me. Yeah. When he gets to go now and talk to them, and get it wasn't each of to be another another excuse to go back to Nashville love that town. So do I. If we didn't live here we would probably live in now. Yeah. Especially when we go to Florida when it it's halfway point. Yeah. It's a great, you know, either way, we could. But every time we've gone we so excited about, and I, I'm from Tennessee. I'm from just north of Memphis is where I was born and raised right. Frog jump. Thanks so much. You have a great night. Thank you. Have you ever heard an I'm trying to think of the title of it, it was an album that came out? I want to say about five years ago, and it was a compilation of some of the black musicians recording in Nashville in their contributions to pop music late night train to Nashville. I think I have two a half, volume one's great. Great out. I I like it. Yeah. Excellent. Over here. Like I said. Placeholder. I bet you I mean, I want to put this on your mind anything that keeps duck the few good interns and people's minds. Yes. Yes. Yes. Yes. Okay. Yes. Yes..

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"james porter" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

02:38 min | 3 years ago

"james porter" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"Only. Hi, this is Dennis Smith for my shameless corporation, probably the busiest contractors in Indianapolis right now joining me right now is Joe policy. Hey, joe. How are you? Doing fantastic how about yourself. So what did the rain due to the crawlspaces to the basements? What's the floods do until y'all right now? It has been such a world win, shall we say for the last couple of weeks who's been running constantly? I can't say enough about the job that our guys done. Richard built James porter in our whole tech staff. Not until two AM backed up and added at six AM. It's been fantastic. The work that our guys have done. But Jay answer your question. There's been a lot of. Families that have had issues. But fortunately, we've been able to step up and take care of them. You know, when you see water in the basement, it is it is frightening to say, the least when I was in the plumbing business, I took a phone call once in a woman was just crazy on the phone, my basement's, flooded, basements, flooded. What do I do? And I said, well, ma'am, if you'll just settle down and see said settled down, my this is Jane, get home. So having gone through that we actually see the boxes and in your old books and everything completely destroyed. There is a lot of passion. And there's a lot of energy that has to be taken care of. And I rather imagine Joe pellets. He runs into that a lot. Well, you know, what that's exactly what happens, and and in the life of someone that's not witnesses to four it is a major event, and you gotta take care of it. Just the way you'd want to be taken care of. And you treat them with compassion and you treated with professionalism and more than anything. With the expertise. And that's where we come in. You know, very proud with what our crews have done and our leadership is done. It's been it's been a train two weeks. But as they say out of adversity comes greatness. And we've had a lot of that the last couple of weeks, it's been fun. We are so proud of the affiliation with michaela's people. It's good to have you here on WABC and remember busies better than slow. But every once in a while, you gotta you gotta have a chance to rest. So I I hope that the rain sort of slow down for you all construct renovate restore indeed eight four four fix Indy. Joe thanks for sharing some time with us. I pleasure. Thank you. You bet buddy. This.

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