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How O Magazines Arianna Davis Made It, on Her Own Terms
"You're right anyone yearning for more creatively fulfilling life. Shouldn't strive to emulate or be. Frida the most impactful art is created when you tell your own story. What is the story. Then that you would want to tell me one of my goals in one of the stories. I want to tell through my career as a journalist and a writer is inspiring other women particularly women of color. And i think that. That's that's my point here in drawing from fritos life is not to say. Here's a blueprint of how to live your life. But it's more here's the story of a woman who lived her life boldly very far ahead of her time. And hopefully just by reading restoring gets no her. You'll be inspired to live your own life your own way but boldly treated a mascot a different way. Which is if you were telling your own story. Where would you want that story to begin with being a little girl. I grew up in outside of baltimore. Data's black my mom's puerto rican to grew up by racial. Ed grew up in the suburbs around the white kids and with the private school. So identity for me was always a very complicated thing especially as a kid. And i was also really shy kid and i was the kid who always heather nose in a book so i think my story would probably start with being a little girl and just finding such solace in such escape in the pages of a book. And that's really what i think kick started my love of writing and reading and storytelling and it would then kind of take me through. This journey of wanted to be a writer. Going to penn state in setting journalism thinking that i had to go down the newspaper track because that was what was accessible at the time versus magazines. What i really want always wanted to do. But the road of magazines so inaccessible. It was this glamorous world that only to be frank women who had access privilege and could pay to move to new york city in intern. Not make much money but it was. Thanks to I was a scholarship student at penn state in at a dinner that we had the publisher of seventeen magazine spokane. She gave this really inspirational speech. And afterwards you know this was either crazier genius. But i basically would follow her to the bathroom and told her i would love to break in journalism. I would love to be magazines. I asked her business card her name. Is jane jamieson. And once i moved to new york. I reached out. Should we had coffee. She was super helpful and she basically long story short helped me to get my foot in the door and get my resume to apply for postgraduate entertainment oprah magazine and that's really. What kind of kicked off my career
The Best Ads of 2020
"You're listening to yeah. That's probably and the ad we podcast. We've talked about marketing media technology in pop culture because in the end everything is an ad especially this week. Because it's our ads of the year episode. Look forward to this all year. We get to nerd out about which adds stunts activation chains weird random social media responses from brands. We really liked this year and joining me this year to talk about it. We've got enes alaya who covers Performance marketing experiential marketing for edwige. Ian it is always great to have you here. Hello thanks for having me. We've also got katie lindstrom katie as a reporter who covers up breaking news and quite often big creative campaigns that are coming out katie. It is always a pleasure to have you joining us from your in austin austin texas. Got to be here and We've also got jamison fleming senior editor for membership here at ad week. jamieson has He's involved in just about everything H- here dad wake. And so i can't think of someone better to have kind of a big picture over overview and opinions on a lot of the biggest work that came out of the year. Jameson thanks so much for making time for us. Yeah accent. it'd be here excited to really digest very weird here battle tossing. It really was and i have to say of all the years of doing this every year. The ads a determining the as years difficult just I'll go and give the the can alert in the sense that Add wigs twenty five ads of the year Including our number one pick are all on dot com as of monday So if you're listening to this Probably monday or later. You should be able to find that on advocate dot com this year. We also did a reader's choice Bracket for the first time where we let. We identified thirty two of the biggest campaigns of the year and again ads and weird social responses. And even some political fundraisers and people really went nuts with it Jamison unload by you. And i both been watching edwige stuff for a long time. The level of this readers choice voting online was bananas. Yeah i mean the the semi finals between oreos and stake of guts. Seventy two thousand votes just on twitter. And i don't think i've ever seen any twitter poll by any twitter user. Get seventy two thousand votes so kind of crazy. When two brands with loyal followings can do twitter to say at least yeah that one was a crazy match of oreo created a doomsday vault when among many other doomsday scenarios happening this year There was an asteroid supposedly headed toward earth and so oreo created an underground bunker to save its recipes and Other things so That was up against stay. Combs campaign on social media against misinformation which was a very different kind of form of marketing. But they're following turned out in force. Seventy two thousand votes later. Oreo was the winner. Only i will say by promising to follow back. People who voted thing and then and then had a real struggle to follow through on their campaign from us. So as we record this we are in the final round which is orioles doomsday vault versus The princess bride reunion which was a fundraiser for wisconsin. Democrats really brilliant idea. They brought together just almost every Living actor and a person behind the princess bride Fred savage couldn't make it because it was his brother's birthday and he was spent with him but Everyone else pretty much. He's alive was there and As a really fantastic idea. So we won't know the winner when we record this because those are being battled out over the weekend but we will be able to talk about our favorites. So with that katy. We're we're just gonna go round robin here we're gonna talk about. Each of us has individual favorites. We i am happy to talk about ad. Weeks official favorites. But let's start out just on individual katie tells about one or two that you really love this year. I was thinking about this and just kind of thinking back to the ones that i shared with my own friends and family this year. That are you know. There's some overlap in some that are just kind of silly oreos already shouted out orioles doomsday camp. But they're proud parent Short film they released a couple of months ago. One that i just thought was really powerful. And i ended up sharing with it with a bunch of different people just because i thought it was a beautiful little short film and the story behind it was at the two actors who play a gay couple are actually partners in real life and it really came through when i thought was just like a lovely example of storytelling and then to shut up the mid west. The canadian beer brand labatt made some ads in that came out in the summer but it was like they had to completely reshoot their campaign so many brands had to this year. After creating a summer campaign that was not pandemic friendly and then having to totally start from scratch and there's was one of the one of the first stories like this that i covered in more like in-depth way they literally got back from there shoot for their summer campaign on the same day. That trump announced a national emergency. And then they that these two creatives just like created these really funny ads from with it within their own homes using like a power washer to simulate tubing and using a spray bottle and a little treadmill dissimulate like wake boarding. So it's kind of a funny way to pretend like these midwesterners we're at the out at the lake having a good time when that wasn't actually possible this summer over the summer so those were a couple of them now. Did you see that one griner. No no i didn't catch that one. It's it was by the burns group in and it's a pretty small like regional brand. But i just thought it was such an interesting pivot to use the word of the year.
"jamieson" Discussed on Good Life Project
"But then you're like, you know what but you add them up over the course of a day or a week or dozens of times in different different types of things and it ends up. Leading up to the big fractures and very often it ends up all coming out in one explosive laundry list of every wrong. That has ever been done and every violation that's ever been made, and whereas if you sort of and maybe that's something to touch down on here is the notion that where on the one hand you're saying set the stage Yelich, create the time like say, okay, make sure that it's an appropriate time for you. All parties involved actually have this conversation and that you're ready you're prepared but at the same time have it you know. Don't just because it's not the right time you know if somebody's like well, it's never gonNa be right time where they keep blowing it off it benesch piles into like a big night explosive mess. That's one of the reasons why I avoided tough conversations from most of my life because in my family of origin tough conversations or important topics meant it was going to evolve into a fight that you then had to be prepared to relitigate every past. Wrong. So like everything was on the table and what we're asking people to do in this structure conversation is we're GonNa talk about this topic. It really clear when you set the stage I, WanNa talk about this thing together and it's something that you can keep coming back. Right? It's like it's like a conversation of meditation like. We're talking about this. That's an important topic like let's have that conversation. Another time we agreed we're going to talk about this thing here, and that is so calming. Like Oh, I don't have to somehow defend my entire. Since in the space of this one conversation, I know what we're talking about here. And and talking about entering a conversation, prioritizing the relationship over or at least equal to the topic under discussion. Like saying that we want that I want to come out of this with a good relationship whether or not maybe even decide that. Oh. This thing that we were getting together, we really shouldn't do it because you know we're our goals are relatively different our attitudes arelatively different but preserves the relate that can preserve the relationship potentially as well. But we all one of the things we think about is got men's four horsemen of the relationship apocalypse right and I think what you're describing Jonathan is like when I'm pent up. You know like I'm much more likely to if I if I haven't expressed a boundary, it's much more likely to come out expressed as criticism of the other person, right? You know like if I have expressed boundary of. Say I you know I want to go to bed at a certain time. You know and I, I don't know like. And somebody else kind of violates that or calls me late all the time. You always call me late. You're always the kind of person who you know rather than expressing the boundary. Front. then. It's much more likely to be expressed in a way that the other person can kind of hear. Friday is supported by ship.
"jamieson" Discussed on The Art of Charm
"Might Be Moody about it but I am making this attempt to understand you on your side over here as well which allows everyone to know what I'm doing is a is for them and stepping over to say hey. I'm willing to compromise. I'm willing to work on. I'm willing. Willing to be open about this just as long as you know I'm making this move I. Witch from leading will allow others to maybe loosen up on. There's if we're looking for a compromise. We're looking for some understanding which if it's going to be a relationship if it's going to be a collaboration, some boundaries aren't going to need to be move the bed and you might learn. Some things love that that's so got. Yeah. Boundaries have to be flexible right? If you're a parent, you know this. You learn very very very quickly. That you know that you see that hard and fast rules. Just don't get you where you're trying to get to. Necessarily oftentimes especially if we're introverted, if we're not verbalised to get, people only have our body language to read in those situations, and just by that example of Johnny saying you know I'm going into unchartered territory. It allows other people in the room if he has a scrunchy brow, or he looks like he's discontent to not read that in such a negative way and go, this is just. Just Johnny working through this creates a better open environment for us to work through those issues and I think the problem with boundaries is when you set them really firm, and he just completely stopped there. It can be very off putting in these team dynamics where we're trying to work through this to get a result that works for everybody every time I skip this kind of thing. I regret it later, just I really starting off slow starting off with some degree of sort of empathic understanding so valuable. Your your dining get to the last one. I can see it on your face. You've gone through the hard stuff going through attention, concerns and boundaries. We love to end on a high note and really we reconstructed this process, and it is intentions, concerns, boundaries, and dreams you end on the the expansive. If this were to go amazing way, what would be true for me? How would I feel? What would I be proud of? What I think would be true for you of this goes really well and US and the project, and then you take it out now now. It's Kinda like that. Metta Meditation, but it really does like you start to get expansive energetically and I. Find it very hard to not be excited about your dreams right like I i. now hold what you want and back in even if there was a little discomfort in the first part of the conversation like okay I feel your heart here I'm excited for what you're. You're excited for start, you know. The oxytocin starts blooming in the room. It's beautiful, but it's where things really come together. It's a great place to wrap it up to know what everyone's dreams our right to have that level of clarity in a team environment in a family environment in your relationships personal. I mean that's such a beautiful thing, and we don't spend enough time, not only sharing the tough stuff, but then that stuff that so enlightening and so inspiring and others. Yeah, we have a thirteen year old son. And this is like the biggest parenting when of my life a couple of weeks ago sitting at dinner. And out of nowhere, bother talking about the bug. And like what are we going to talk about the constitution? Out of nowhere, this kid just says really glad. I'm growing up learning to care about other people's feelings. To me to. Thank, thank you so glad you are too well many of us not only don't share our own, but we certainly don't pay attention to other people's feelings when we're trying to get something done when we have objectives or coming into a meeting with a strict agenda, Awda Daggett shoved to the side, and there's not enough space for it now we ask all of our guests. What their x factor is, and we believe X. factors when a mindset unlocks a skill set for you and makes you unique. What would you say each of Your X. Factors are? Oh. That's not yet. I WANNA. Do you okay? Give me do that. Yeah, even more fun there we go. I think I I mean I. Don't think I don't necessarily always. The gunman great observer of myself so. Also. I love to hear her. Say Nice things about me. Hanger. So I think for Alex what she brings to the table. Is this skill in both listening and being present and being non-judgmental I've never seen I actually. I remember watching so I. I watched the movie super size me ten years before ever went on a date with her, and I was remembering things like tha like it's a very weird experience on a date with somebody who you were like totally into it when you watch the months onscreen. Like ten years before and what I loved about her was when she was a Vegan chef at the time, and and and there her partner is eating McDonald's every day, and she's just going like oh whatever you know like. Like just there there, you're okay, but but it was, but you were and I was wasn't used to I'm just GONNA help myself but I was used to being being nonjudgmental or veterans being under the. A judgmental. And and there's sort of this lack of of judge mental illness in there, but there's this extreme sort of presence, and then there's.
"jamieson" Discussed on RNZ: The Detail
"Example how you see yourself in relation to sport and your identity and those variables have a massive influence on the experience of success and failing and sport. And that's that perspective for me which is something that is incredibly important for coaches and appearance. And you know. We talked about skulls earlier for teachers to understand. We're resilient sets and resilience as a cool able resilience is about your perspective of the context in which you're experiencing or and influences everything that the inflows from that moment so if you have a speed of that has that that context is directly related to yourself worth and then you haven't performed now. You're in a really risky position of feeling pretty bad about yourself. And if that's four hours we have to be out on the golf course on cricket pitch it can be pretty horrible place to be in so when you're working with people and these situations what do you say to them. These layers here. We think about human development. I'm healthy human development boats layers of natural resilience anyway so if we think about raising healthy children that's really relevant for thinking how we support athletes to function well as well so the discussions with an adult athlete. Moore the same liars that we want to evolve in our children to embrace school and embrace challenges and stipend to opportunities and to see those moments in time on directly related to their own identity or integrity. So the outcome of Wien doesn't influence whether I feel good about myself and so that is lies that we WANNA stop voting with a child or the same as you want to start voting with an athlete and so the perspectives. For me. Which are really important. You know if we think about labeling people to understand them the discussions with an athlete helped them understand that -ironically as simple as it sounds that they are human bane they have an identity attached to a history and ancestry that choosing to be in that sport and choosing to be doing their thing and then off really moving was stunned moved. Discussions of maturity would maturity is realizing that sometimes things work and sometimes they died and if we can keep those discussions going with him we can have a discussion about perspective about what success really is and what I find. Is that the athletes that have perspective that success is related to if it an pro deeply attached to the way that they do what they do how they do what they do versus outcome and numbers and world rankings and what people were saying about them. Social media have a very different relationship with pressure a very different relationship with performance in the moment of pressure. There's a scene of embracing the moment that. Contribute to the throw and the competitiveness that makes elite sport that very unique thing and so they end up like an adventure and space rather than someone who is disparate for that space to be successful when outcome seen because it helps them feel with while and it helps them feel that what they've contributed autun invested in was with wile enough. We think about how we want teenagers to consider the world at the moment with Isis and tear attacks. And all of these threats. It's no different. We still want them to embrace the reality of the world that we live in but we still want them to go through the airport eighteen years old and embracing on some sort of angel somewhere in the world with confidence in ambition. We want athletes to be the same. We want them to go to a world class of with confidence and emission and seems curiosity. Wonder how fast I can run. I wonder how many runs. I wonder how fast Aachen Bola one so. There's a wonderment in that space. Now if we can get into someone's psychology the moment of pressure becomes a thrill to Kyle Jamison and what it's like to go from obscurity to the hotshot cricketer. Everybody wants to talk about. We have been of a bit of a crazy ride last few weeks and probably still looking for a way to take bacon have bracing actually Sarka What's unfolded something your choice. Since YOU'RE A kid Play one game for New Zealand and Just obeying the gruppen up in lucky enough to achieve that now and I think is kind of from where I'm at is applied kirk and try and get better and just enjoy it sir today. I'm Sharon Kelly. The detail is brought to you by newsroom. Dot Co dot insead made possible by ironside and inside on air. You can get the detail downloaded free to your mobile phone every weekday from any podcast platform. And if you're using it will give us a rating so other people can find us to. This episode was engineered by Jeremy Ansell and produced by Alexia Russell. And thanks to Kyle Jameson and David Galbraith Cockatiel..
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"jamieson" Discussed on Keith and the Girl Comedy Talk Show
"The entrance of Hardwick. Roses are expensive especially for an upcoming comedian. Right and when you're at a flower shop and you go. I need four dozen roses Gary Four dozen troubles right and you can tell your desperate. They don't give you a deal because you bought walk you pay extra. If anything got he went to the store and then her house in long if I if I if I work at a flower shop and a guy comes in orders. Four dozen roses calling the police first of all. Buy Me Ten picture frames. How `bout that that's what you broke. I didn't have a flower. Probably need some new hinges on my front door. Can you stop at the hardware store on the way over? Did you guys see like Valentine's Day? If you just like on Mother's Day all of a sudden everyone's at Brunch on Valentine's Day you see everyone in line at flower shops. You know the people who didn't think about it ahead of time and they all look miserable. They're just like this better work to see. I don't understand why she wanted but here I am and I'm like Oh that's so sentimental didn't even put it in water so that it's a job for me. My Dad for Valentine's Day would that take soap and draw on the for my mom from my mother's birthday or Valentine's Day and go you know I love you happy Valentine's Day and there's always my mom's job at the end the day to clean it on full. Yeah my dad would. My mom was a house mom so she would do all the cooking cleaning stuff like that but every once in a while. My Dad would make this elaborate meal. She could have cooked in a half an hour. No job you know. She chalked it up for him and she got she got him the sous chef and he just put it in stirred it around a little bit. And everyone's like. Oh what a big day. And then she had to clean and and he got all this credit for it but it was literally a stir fry it tasted really good but it him four hours of my mom's work the La Times reports that Hernandez Chavez a friend of Horowitz and a fellow sex therapist claims hurricane run into an at an event in January February. Now it was the absolutely worst possible luck. He said. It reignited his obsessive preoccupation with her. Another friend said that hurric- had recounted when per house personnel saw her. He just went ballistic. He lost it. He made a scene thirties. Say the police went to Harvard and early hours of the morning in response to calls about a woman screaming. They found her roommate outside. Who said they had jumped? They had jumped the wall to escape the home and call for help because her work was being assaulted in sought officers then found hardwick lying on the ground under her third story balcony with blunt injuries consistent. With a fault she died later in a hospital. Purse was arrested on suspicion of murder was released on two million dollars. Bond was soon after picked back up at arrested with no bail so I wonder like. Did they get one? More piece of evidence was a mistake that he shouldn't have got bail. Or was it a trick? You're free to go and they tailed him to see if he was like going to hide some evidence. I don't know that some clever movie shit. You know you're free to go like okay. Let me go to my storage locker and I've got you again. Bill de Blasio mayor of Los Angeles for one day and said. Oh no no no bell anymore. He didn't New York City's working really well letting people are getting their hundred fortieth conviction but they can't set bail anything under a thousand dollars. So if you rob rob a bank for nine hundred ninety nine dollars you bury the money you get arrested in your out within two hours no bail and then you go rob another bank for nine hundred ninety nine. Criminals tried to give the dollar back to the bank. No You keep you WANNA fuck with the dollar back. I ain't going to jail right. I mean I don't know the details of this but this sounds like a stupid way to clean up stupid system by the way going back a little bit easy 'em who's listening live on twitter right now. My parents own a flower shop and we had to institute a policy of no anonymous deliveries because we had a crazy ass stocker. Send someone flower. So you can't from their flower shops sending honestly interesting smart. This is what flowers have come to the murder package. I'm ruling thought. Though that's four dozen Gareth per house again. Forty one was released. Let's see released. The two million dollars bond than arrested. His freedom was short lived. The district attorney announced process was charged with murder as well as first degree residential burglary. He's like the weekend at burglary can just be. Murder is Murder Burglary. Not being nice to somebody having an attitude. I guess you ain't walking brain littering your honor. The defendant faces the death penalty or life in prison without the possibility of parole if convicted as charged and looks like he will be a decision on whether to seek capital punishment will be made at a later date Los Angeles County. Coroner officials determined that Harvard died of blunt force injuries to the head and torso. I feel like this will be a death penalty because people are embarrassed by allowing this to happen. You know I feel like they're going to feel like it retroactively. Pay for what he did because they're giving him a higher center like a. You know the death penalty which is the worst. But they should've known this was a violent person. Why is he out on the street at all? After all of that you multiple times on multiple dates he fucked up and why even calling. It fucked up. He hit an brutally assaulted a one several times enough to get a restraining order. That's not fun. You got to go to court a bunch of times well you know how imprison people fuck with people. So now that they know he's a WanNa be comedian. Tell me that like. Can you just punch the shit out of me? I mean guy. Can you shank me into a corner and even professional don does what people tell me a joke? This poor guy day in day out. I can't even do Thanksgiving with family around. I'm like I can't think of one all right. Let's I've made that. I suffer the same fate as Jeffrey Epstein. Yeah piece of Shit. I don't questions around it. You know clear cut Jeffrey Epstein Awful. Here's a fun new store. Let's come on Quentin Tarantino's dad for the first time me react natural. I don't know that. Instead of the childbirth the pregnancy lasting nine months it lasted fourteen months because he had to do an for an hour in the middle by the way I bet he has this foot fetish but he makes sure the booties on this kid. All the time like do not show those feed. I've learned a lot having my own daughter. How old is he? He is fifty six. What are we doing his girlfriend? Danielle pick is thirty six. Oh twenty years difference about right does this okay. Does it set like if he wanted a kid? He's fifty six years old. I you know I'm pretty close to that age. You know that you want a kid by then and you're very capable of doing it. Don't you think it's like this thirty six year old? That has always wanted a kid. And he can't be with her unless he he gives her the family she always wanted. She is a Israeli singer actress. Do you know her come do. She's my sister didn't know she was still out. There was great. Her father is prominent Israeli. Pop Star speak pick. My God appeared in Tarantino's once upon a time in Hollywood share portraying the wife of Leonardo DiCaprio ISIC calf so smaller as a calf. And say. She's in she gets a good plug because she's married to Qatar in Tino. I figured Al Allow. Don't share send you can follow on live and got one plug yet out there murdering people and all of a sudden. They're professional comedians album. That we've the twitter account. Israel Don Jamieson. The instagram with his thirst traps is John. Don Jamieson official and the website is his name. Don Jamieson DOT COM. You can see all the details there. The new album holding in my hands right now. His pure rock denim and laughter. And you can own it and you can play it. You can laugh your shit ass off. Yeah tell me I'm right. Tell me I'm wrong. Laugh your shit ass right off that thing then. Was there anything about the timing of putting this new album out are you would? Just you know the material was there you know. And because some of its topical so because I gotTa talk about the Bizarro world that we live in between all the trump derangement syndrome and in all this woke kind of rhetoric that we have to say look. You know I'm not woke. I wake that that's where I am in my life. You know and I don't understand these words and stuff so but I also try not to be like the old man. Yell and get off my lawn there you know so. I hope I do in a semi humorous way for people. But kind of you know. It's Kinda got a little bit of everything for everybody on there so fine line that you have to walk as a white man electric. It's true it's true. And of course you talk about that metal. Show Ozzy Alice Cooper meeting all these people and There you go congratulations. Yeah thanks man. We went to number six on itunes. And you maybe we'll give it one more push here to the top but Yeah That's the big place to get the music now. Apple Music. I tunes spotify but I do have the physical CDs at the gigs and I'm GonNa do Vinyl. So that'll be in a couple of months that crackling sound of the comet really left and shit. You're not the vinyl when you hear those Dick Jokes that warm tones a fireplace. What's you're holding your lover. Don doesn't rose. It's very nice to meet you too. Thanks so much. All right see parasite. We'll talk about it tomorrow. By DOT COM..
LA Galaxy II fall 2-0 on the road to San Antonio FC
"Saturday's win overly galaxy to marked a big moment for San Antonio FC. Striker Bradford Jamieson twenty two year old galaxy homegrown product netted his second goal in his many games in an eventual victory for the home side. James new scored ten goals in fifty six matches galaxy to help AFC improved two to three and one on the season and climb to eleventh in the Western Conference table San Antonio's on the road Saturday away at real monarchs SOC before returning home Friday, April twenty six to meet Tacoma
"jamieson" Discussed on Inappropriate Earl
"Nobody laughed and I get off stage and berry cats comes out to love the dark stuff, and then I haven't seen him since Barry cats will be on this couch next week, Jonathan Branson's. All right. You're busy man. No, I just had my phone just because it was. Oh, anyway, thank you. Thank you. We're gonna. We're gonna. Have you back back from so much fun. I really appreciate it when it's Jan Michael Vincent's career loved them in Hooper with James best sheriff Rosco p Coltrane from dukes of has, and thank you. So let's support Jim Norton. Yeah, just at Jim Norton, Twitter, Jim Florentine, Don Jamieson, you know there. Yeah. I mean anyone else. That's great. I mean, listen, thank you. This was so much fun. I did not expect to be this much fun and keep in mind. We talked for about an hour plus of or the podcast. So we're going to have you back and we'll tell you. And I wanna talk about comedy, you know, like I said, I have a lot of comics on we bitch about. I got fucked over by this show. The I didn't get the Conan spot. I didn't get this, but you're a guy who can give the other side. I like to say the behind the curtain view. Certainly. Yeah. All they didn't book you on. Let's say a canceled show. You didn't get the Chevy Chase show because they thought you were to feign. Thank your funny just think to prevent so back, you're the mass. This is great inappropriate Earl, soundcloud nights if you haven't done. So already, it really helps. If you leave a review, it literally takes seconds. You just click, however many stars. You want clink live. Hope that's just click five. Five is a group. It's a group. It was a boy band out of Boston on my God who were like beetle, but they could play their instruments like they were boy band. The backstreet boys had a backing band. Yeah, they sang band played the crazy and it goes back to why movies? Well, I don't know how the click five was huge trying to get the keyboard player on but much like we talked about Don Johnson, not wanna talked about Miami vice. I've been told by three members of the click five, hey, dude, we're really happy. You're fans of the band, but let it go. I won't let it go. So funny, like stone said at the in Iran, nothing that's over. They're all gone, sir. Skakel lost his mind at the comedy store. Didn't even know it open mics aid to the bone..
"jamieson" Discussed on KTTH 770AM
"Coli three three eight five two four eight three three eight five two four eight six six yes tom shillue back with the tom shillue show bill here don jamieson is here with my favorite bumpers very rob again to his shoulder length right now now it is almost fully where i used to go after a late night show would go to the all night i hop and you have breakfast at three in the morning i hop changed its name from ihop too i hob last week we talked about it for two days on this show and they kept everyone guessing woods it out you know what the i ha what is it what's it gonna be brunch most people said breakfast that's what i thought they're going to go twenty four hour breakfast came out today international house of burgers okay now this is on the business pages here this is fox business i hop to i hob namechange dumbest move ever brand experts warn i think it is a brilliant move tell me i'm wrong guys well here's what i think i think it's probably the dumbest branding idea since new coke maybe they'll get bill cosby as as a spokesperson i would say new co understand well no but they changed they've gone from pancake do burgers and went from like one lt food choice to another you know what i mean it's hard to put a roof in a burger though now they they have burgers they add them in the past.
"jamieson" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5
"New jersey jibe damage dinner edem steve trevelise from the man who brought you trivia bush oh what else do we know about new jersey comes jerseys opening the first thing you hear on weekends music comes out the truth is we normally do this on thursday nights but i'm not going to be thursday night and i want to give you a chance to win tickets to the big comedy night fundraiser we're gonna have on may the fifth at heights down firehouse don jamieson emmy award winning comedian don jamieson is his album live in hilarious broke the billboard top ten for comedy you know for that metal show vh one you know vanessa unwise beer money definitely a sports guy raising money for you e ball my son's flag football league is going to be all kinds of great things going on now you're gonna get a show ticket there's dinner and show available the one that they got an open bar with the dinner it's a good move it's it's going to be a great night joe bubble it's very funny joe bubble it's gumby central sirius xm and myself could be great show three comedians saturday night may the fifth the down you can get a pair of tickets or you gotta do is guest the opening line of the song we play every weekend on new jersey one zero one point five when the music comes out the play these are the songs you have known all your life these are the sole that i give you the opening line and should come right to you and i do everything possible for you to win because i want people in the in the seats when i tell jokes i need laughter and i figured if i'm giving you the.
"jamieson" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5
"Tonight special edition of jerseys opening lines coming up at ten o'clock to hook you up with tickets to see don jamieson joe bob awards me reforming the lights down firehouse on may two fifty proceeds are benefiting huey ball which is by son's flag football team emmy award winning don jamieson he the bet metal show the ny beer money we'll talk about that later on some of the other things going to talk about this is an incredible story about a union city teacher who could be deported and face hanging when he gets to his former country we'll talk about that but right now they're getting ready to vote in jackson and what they're voting on is whether or not to fund the program that would arm nineteen security guards they talking about hiring six more they've got to armed police officers and they would raise the total of armed security guards to nineteen in the city to take in the city in jackson to take care of the schools the scheduled the vote tonight the board will discuss the proposal at the fine arts center and what they're doing is they're going to take these are gonna hire these acuity guards they're going to train them on guns and you're gonna put him out and teach them how to i i'm sorry they're going to hire the security guard's going to arm them and then they're going to train him how to handle school shootings how do you feel about that morning.
"jamieson" Discussed on Sports Radio 610
"Yeah i can verify that i mean listen there's this is playing both ends of the stick and agree for me bob jamieson and count everything texins organization i i feel like that's is basically my home and i'm in up the northeast now but there were tangible things that happened in that were said and whether it is something that he regrets and probably should've said instated the wrong way or there is something more to that i can't speak to that but when you do say that and stay in front of certain players you have to understand who you're saying it to and then how you're saying that wasn't taken lightly at that point specially by a lot of the guys obviously he probably understood that he was talking to and it was just maybe said the wrong way but at doesn't give him any credence in that in that matter and then this last statement doesn't help any anything of that end for the players that were involved near visitation and those things were said every now and then it's hard and i don't get on the political end that much on their views but unless you're an actual person came life that's tangibly affected by the actual social injustices that are being discussed you can't really have a say in the matter of how they they are actually using their freedom of speech until until you are candidly affected by a certain things or your family members or close friends are and if you do you understand what they're talking about your opinion to be honest with you didn't really matter let's talk about the election but after it was actually it wasn't pre election if there was there was probably some general kind of consensus about it tangibly at a team meeting you know he did come out and states and things 'cause obviously you know his political stance on things and you know he kind of let it be known little bit and it was very awkward conversation for a little bit it definitely triple dolphin tailed off with a lot of guys for a while so you listen to all those comments three different players the recollections of what happened might not be as sharp as it was in the immediately after it happened i think that our memory over time does vary and i think in the case of bob mcnair it is.
"jamieson" Discussed on The Steve Austin Show - Unleashed!
"Are you an ma fan at all i know i'm wrestling fan but i'm not really into the did you start watching wrestling and when i was a kid now grew grew up in your back lynn cycle back to those days yeah man yeah and then all the way through junkyard dog and sargent slaughter iron sheik and hogan and do those back when everybody had a chemic you know you know it was like the whole dressing room was a star i mean i'll everyone of the gas and some type of character that was super developed and super over and you know it's not so much like that anymore do you ever go to any land that's one once in jersey yeah to one of the wrestling events there i actually opened for rowdy roddy piper ones because we're doing his stand up comedy storytelling thing to man which is really interesting that was at a convention in atlanta and yeah he was really nice man they rest in peace now but that was really cool and i'm trying to work out to go on tour with jake the snake because he's out doing stand up storytelling thank god dang man jacob have you ever met him never met him no fanning yeah he's gone through some hard times and he has gone through smart times and one of the things i liked about jake i remember i was down in south texas riding around him a ranch and dallas calming think they'd done to thing together duty yoga jake is starting to get pretty clean and i was talking to him because jake had an amazing run but if you remember his matches i mean he was very efficient and the ring he didn't do a bunch of stuff but what he did mattered and like man what a run ours promos he'll always talk you'll pretty damn quiet and yet really shut up to listen to jake because i mean you were going to drop your volume because you want to hear what he had to say you always had that style and so the runny had i said god named jake i said menu you or your so damn good you and he really helped me out come up with austin three sixteen thing at one time when i was working with him in.
"jamieson" Discussed on The Steve Austin Show - Unleashed!
"You were saying earlier four we i guess for all of sound like you're a big sports guy and it's like and football i'm a big football head and like like tonight and i think it's the national championship game i guess between michigan villanova now i'll watch that baseball season's too long i wait until they get into the playoffs i'm watching world series now as far as football goes hockey i don't dig groups out texas in a window ice back in back in stone ages so i'm not big on a hockey deal but football may in preseason but as soon as regular season starts i'm in so obviously you're big football guy right yeah do you live and die by specific team yeah i mean you know i'm jets fan now throw this so road at my dad does he's the one that saddled me with all these sad sack teams that i like no but i'm okay with different aspects of the gesture just seemed like man i thought you know what was it rex ryan rex ryan yeah probably hill onto him too long rigby offense coordinator obviously you know his dad is brother i mean great i'm not running now great football and a lot of success but just as a head coach sometimes it doesn't work but right now they're doing some interesting things over there yeah and so for me like who are you cheering for if you're jets fans and you've got knowing land and philly in the play offs i mean are you just sitting there like okay jetson in.
"jamieson" Discussed on The Steve Austin Show - Unleashed!
"Zone and it was just so powerful and they just had a complete command on that entire crowd and it was just unbelievable there's one of my favorite entrances of all time and mode hedges totally destroyed that place well look i mean as much as i've been able to mix comedy with heavy music rock and wrestling totally go together as well man i mean it's really amazing that meant a lot to to motorhead to do that theme song and they really dug doing that and you know and there's now a lot of wrestlers are going out doing comedy man mcfaul he's been doing but would make volaille shows you know he i guess at first he maybe thought he was stand up because he was trying to elicit some laughs from from a crowd but i think the last time i heard him talk about it you know i think he realized that he was more of a storyteller and yeah he's going to get laughs but he's not you know quote unquote stand up stand up comedy guy and was one of my travel partners man we've slumped around some of the smaller ship bach cars and status some the crappies hotels in the name of because he's one of few guys tight as i am vain of saving money but he started doing that and he's been real successful at it yeah but that's good that it's not traditional you know because he's not trying to be bill burr don jamieson jim florentine he's doing his thing and you know i love comics like i love comics who right out of the standard routine like i turned you onto a guy if you don't know doug stanhope men i've heard that name and i don't know why he's he's like the anti comic but he's amazing he breaks every rule of being a comic you know and he's so good he's he's a rancher you know anybody's such an edgy guy and he just he lives this real weird kind of he lives like bisbee arizona and like an arts community and he's just he definitely thinks way outside the box i love that i love when people break the rules staff man.
"jamieson" Discussed on The Steve Austin Show - Unleashed!
"Hello guys at semi fighter jail senate check out my podcast you're welcome with kale fun and every wednesday and friday right here at podcast one we cover the latest in mixed martial arts and everything else going on in the world of sport listen free to your welcome with jail son and exclusively available on apple podcasts at podcast one dot com and on the podcast one app if you love the show share it with a friend and leave us a rating and review before we get to the rest my conversation with don jamieson let me ask you is your home and adt home mine is and should be to get adt and help protect against break ins fire and carbon monoxide for a limited time take advantage of adt's lowest rates starting at just twenty eight nine and a month from the most trusted name and home security plus adt is the first security company to help keep you safe at home and when you're on the go with their adt go app which features a family locator save driving reports and even includes an sos button with twenty four seven emergency response the best part is that you get adt go with the purchase of any security system just go to adt dot com slash podcast to take advantage of eighty ts lowest rate thirty six month monitoring contract required early termination and installation fees apply excludes taxes and fees applies to traditional services only certain markets excluded licenses available at adt dot com.
"jamieson" Discussed on The Steve Austin Show - Unleashed!
"I am proud like we you know we know how to get a show cancelled right now we don't do the show just doesn't go away we take down the whole network with us so three three idiots from new jersey we had fourteen seasons matt it was it was so much fun to do but it's tough getting back on now because like all the tv executives are thirty year old hipsters you know so if we wanted to do that edm show we'd probably be back on tomorrow but none of us know anything about that music we're all metal heads we're all middle aged dudes from jersey you know how long have you been on a standup stuff over twenty years now and you're a communications major in college yeah dumb question i've asked before the people who had the same degree you do but i've been hitting it with so many steel chairs it's like asking a new question for me what do you do when you get a degree i mean what are they teach us far as communications that mean you could be like a radio dj or television personality what you know what it was just a generic kind of major where i was like you know like probably pretty much do any i knew it was going to be into entertainment how i mean really the only thing you learned in college is how to choke beer which you're an expert so you know other than that it was just learning how to live on your own and do your own thing and i just i wasn't really sure what it wanted to do is on the radio at the college but i always love see i always love stand ups and i always loved hard rock and metal you know and so when i when i i played in bands in high school but then i just realized man it's just like it's the real housewives no matter how much you love your bandmates.
"jamieson" Discussed on The Steve Austin Show - Unleashed!
"Oh don anytime you're in town please come back and stop by again for another conversation at three seventeen gimmick street and once again the album is don jamieson communication breakdown and i think the best place to download the saying his own atoms for nandonet check out and own twitter you can find on his twitter handle is real don jamieson j a m e s o n own twitter real don jamieson so anyway that's my conversation for today but before we get into non as dame kid running down the sidewalk with a dog running behind him i'm sure that's the same damn dog has been you happened as fooled head off making my damn hair turn gray well if i had here it would be great because of that little bastard hey man i'm fixing to get on an airplane and head down to new orleans louisiana i guess i'm heading outta here from three sixteen gimmick street i'm gonna head down there on friday i sign autographs on saturday and sunday and i'll be signing for pretty good while these probably the only two appearances i'm going to be making this year if you hadn't got a ticket hopefully their stumps still left love to see over there i'm looking forward to seeing everybody from what i hear everything i've gathered at that russell connor is going to be about two hundred guys and girls over there so i'm looking forward to seeing everybody like i've been telling you about and i'm looking forward to meeting the people people were don't go steve austin fans i'll tell you what man i had a good time in a business and very rarely making personal appearances and make an east to april seventh and eighth at wrestlemainia i'm looking forward to seeing the paper view i'm wondering how everything is going to shake out tonight well it'll be tomorrow as you listen to podcasts but i'm looking forward to watch this week's monday night raw and this week's smackdown to see how these go home shows do and you know point the direction as we had.
"jamieson" Discussed on The Steve Austin Show - Unleashed!
"I got a damn good show for you today i'll tell you what man you guys know of lets me talk on his podcast i'm real picky about what i watch on tv it's hard to find anything that i like but one of the things that i did like was that old rock and roll show that heavy metal show called that metal show hosted by eddie trunk jim florentine and my guest today don jamieson i was mellon round near the dan i got a text message from a booking agent and i guess same person at books jim florentine helps don jamieson out with his bookings and i got a text messages at hey don's coming out he'd like to promote his new cd don jamieson communication breakdown which is available on i tunes is easiest way to download it with everybody here being in a smartphone technology days i just bought it myself on itunes i don't have a cd player anymore but i'm looking forward to listen to this thing when i buy it for nine ninety nine and i was watching some of don stuff on youtube last night man i do funny as hell big background with metal music and man we're going to sit here and we'll talk about metal we're gonna talk about standup we're going to talk a little bit about wrestling some of the similarities go into boat businesses and just his take on things and i was a breath of fresh air and have a guy like him come in here and shoot the breeze and talk a little bit about sports now kinds of and we basically talk about everything under the sun so.
"jamieson" Discussed on So That Happened
"We are now joined by our colleague dave jamieson uh hey days hey guys hey arthur hey and we're going to talk about these all these bonuses that are coming out so the republicans have been really touting all these bonuses that big companies are announcing giving their workers and saying oh look they're giving out a thousand dollars for employee is uganda sounds great get a brass yeah you get a boat and were we'd like to state for the record for very happy for all the people getting bonuses we are any of them we are getting grains for eisen bonus are earners you get bonuses all the time are parent company horizon said it's giving all its employees fifty shares of stock vesting over two years which is comes to twenty five hundred or so a today's stock price scrape pitching never the less our must say this is a a corporate charm offensive that is totally cheap in relation to the value of tax cuts the companies are getting and one that is being exploited uh very aggressively by republicans in congress especially paul ryan and also our donald trump was talking about it on thursday handed you get a kind of misleading picture of what's going on for a few listen to what they say well first of all a lot of these places are are bonuses only they're not raising wages and there's a big difference with that the vast majority is not increases in pay it's we're talking a one time bonus thousand dollars typically.