22 Burst results for "Joe Pass"

"joe pass" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:22 min | 5 months ago

"joe pass" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Was there around that same time. I don't know how you got a hold of that, man. That's what F way back in the goddamn. That's almost the beginning. The largest group of clean dough addicts freely gathered anywhere in the world. In the film, around a dozen people sit in a circle, and the women are in dresses, and the men are all wearing button downs and slacks. And one of the people in that group is a young black man whose lean and tall and spells his name with a K. Andy. Does that mean? Yeah, that means. Good luck. I had to do this, man. You playing, how did you do this? That's incredible. I mean, you got the early group. A group by the city they said that sign on the beach. This will be a synonym session. A strange and violent group argument. Oh, this boot. You think it's a violent argument. These are tools for this group, man. No psychologist has been able to explain a synonym. But many believe it is the reason why more addicts have stayed off dope longer here than anywhere else in the world. The game starts with Joe pass complaining about David. He's a trumpet player and has been skipping rehearsals. They go back and forth about who winds more. More than one day about my whining that I whine in a month. And then candy starts going after David. She's been here three times now. But do you guys should start after all? No. This goes on for another couple minutes. David, saying he loves his wife and son and gets strength from being around them. And the others in the group, they all pile on him, asking how long have you known your wife? How well do you know your wife? Isn't your marriage based on a lie? Candy leads the charge. If you marry a dog, please, you gotta be a bit of nothing to do with me. So I asked candy. How does stopping David from

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"joe pass" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:31 min | 5 months ago

"joe pass" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Milk, outdated cottage cheese, and you could write them all full price. Because we're nonprofit. Their tax free status would become really important to synanon's growth. But for now, it was just a way to collect some nearly routing dairy. My job was dairy sniff. So take a container of milk, open it up. If it smells good, I put it in remove crate over here. If it smells sour, I threw in the trash can. Back then, the jazz scene was somewhat notorious for heroin use. And when some of them were trying to kick, they'd end up at when a synanon's house is. Or would at least pass through. Miles Davis would send his group down. Whenever they came to town, whenever Miles Davis came to San Francisco, he would send his band to yeah, but he didn't come because he was using he had respect. But he was sending the rest of the band to come down and play for us in the afternoon. So it was only natural that this rehab grew a jazz band of its own. Okay. This is a record I just bought on eBay. The sounds of synanon. Side one CED. Charles E Dietrich. And Joe pass played on

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"joe pass" Discussed on Unreserved

Unreserved

08:14 min | 8 months ago

"joe pass" Discussed on Unreserved

"When you are having a moment of maybe joy or inspiration or perhaps you had a good conversation or a good meal with a friend that you can come down and ring the bell so that everybody in the building knows that you had a moment resonates also through the community. And perhaps what it would have sounded like here many, many years ago when the school was in and they would ring the bell for their meals. When the steel plant had their numerous spells ringing. And perhaps even ships in the harbor. So bringing back a sound element also to the community. We had a name change last fall was formerly known as the convents. We have an elders advisory committee that consists of 5 elders from each Miguel community in unimaginable. And we had decided through all that was happening in Canada that the convent was harmful as a name to these communities that we want to embrace. And so through our work with the elders, we decided that the new name is el doig. El doeg means we're making it together so that it could be anything from an art piece, a collaboration, music, food, conversation, moving forward. But the key element of that is that we're doing it together. It's home to an artist in residence program. And this season, the positions went to two visual artists from eskasoni. Isaac Gould and Janelle Julian. I'm just taking you into the open studio where me and Chanel have shared space. And we shared this space with other artists as well. Here on the top floor, there's studio space. Skylights and windows punctuate the ceilings and walls. The natural light streams in from all directions. Here you find weavers, sculptors, oil painters, some come for a week or two to finish a project, others like Isaac and Janelle stay for months. Where I keep my paintbrushes and my paint, Isaac likes this way of working. When you look at their paintings, you see landscapes, seascapes, earth, and sky. The missed muted palette of oceanside communities, an interplay of light and shadow, when it comes to watercolor and light, you always have to create the lightest point. And kind of work backwards. Someone else described it to me. I was like, you kind of have to let nature do what it does. And I like to think that when I paint scenery, I'm just kind of doing and letting nature do what it does best. It almost feels like a dream when I'm like, when I finish the pieces and I look at it, it's like envisioning a dream that you've had. Janelle Julian is the other artist in residence at Aldrich. They described their creative process as kind of a flow space. Something their great grandmother, the great migma poet, Rita Joe. Also experienced she was an artist, of course, amazing poet, very much took a lot of pride in her gifts and her spirituality and really vowed to pass that on to her children. Read the Joe had a lot of visions and that was shared. So a lot of the family had gifts. So it was something that was discussed since you were a small child. It was every day. I'd kind of go over it because I lived right next door with my grandmother and mother. So she'd just be on her typewriter most of the time. It was very much like if grandma's type in, you don't bother her. She's in flow stage. She's focused. So it just kind of be hanging out in the living room until she finished and wanted to hang out with me. Rita Joe passed away when Janelle was a small child. But the sound of her voice and the spirit of her work still in form how Janelle approaches art. Flow state is kind of just like when you no longer are overthinking, it's just all pouring out. There's a lot of belief that when you're in flow state, you're interacting with spirit world, and that spirit is kind of gifting you a lot of those words that are coming through. You are images. I am only proud of my work when I'm in flow state. Both Isaac and Janelle identify as two spirit, and in their community, that comes with responsibility. It's often a rolling responsibility of two spirited people. It's kind of like having two spirits. You have one foot in the spirit world all the time. And it is kind of something that experience often, you know. They'll go to you because they need you to do things for community. There's a very distinct difference between when there's something you're trying to force and put together opposed to something that's just like put right on your lap. And there's a distinct difference when I notice when spirit world is interacting with me when I'm painting, there's this feeling in my stomach and my chest where I want to cry, but it's not a bad cry of crisis. It's like a pure joy cry and there's this sense of like, you feel as if somebody is in the room and it's just not one, it's not just two. It's like this whole entire community bigger than I've ever interacted with. And it's this very pure feeling of love that's like you can't even feel that from your grandmother, which is like the most pure you could ever feel it really. Janelle and Isaac are part of an emerging arts community from the 5 big mall communities in unimaginable. Their sculptors, filmmakers, basket makers, bead artists. They're all talented people, and their time is right. I feel inspired by other indigenous people who are creating and making a space for us. I feel like I was born in a time where people are kind of starting to realize that indigenous voices need to be heard and they need to be at the forefront, you know? They're prioritized now. So I'm really lucky and privileged that I am born in this area era of acceptance. Especially with everything that's been going on. With residential schools and it's kind of hard to ignore us, you know, because we're here. We've been here. I think that definitely first and foremost indigenous people have always been extremely artistic. It's very embedded in our way of life, and I think that we finally are entered an era where just in general the world is starting to make space for that and young people are also kind of we've come to the point where we've seen older generations speak about their dreams and knocking themselves down and thinking it's not really possible, but I think that those same older generations have definitely put in a lot of work to make the foundation for what we're standing on today. I think the giant most important thing to me about my work is how much my spirituality is tied into it and it was definitely uncomfortable topic because western society definitely teaches you like that sometimes doesn't even exist. So it just feels awkward to talk about, but I think that embracing that and voicing that is definitely a part of. Shining a little bit light on my culture because it it's embedded. It's a giant teaching as you don't separate it at all. They live together intertwined constantly. Isaac Gould and Janelle Julian are artists and residents at el doek. Thanks to CBC's Wendy Burke felt for bringing us that story. This is unreserved on CBC radio one SiriusXM and native voice one and Rosanna dear child. Today a special episode of radio indigenous cultural reawakening in unimaginable. If you walk four blocks away from Al dowe, you reach the highlands art theater. A recently converted church. This past year, it's been the home of a groundbreaking dance production..

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"joe pass" Discussed on MMA Roasted

MMA Roasted

05:18 min | 10 months ago

"joe pass" Discussed on MMA Roasted

"I do, but I don't have an opinion because I had no idea. Yeah. But yeah, but also, yeah, I don't know. I'm not saying open marriages don't work because people do make them work. And some people are swingers. And that's what that's what happens for them. I am not mature. I'm not emotionally mature enough to do that. I can't watch anyone fuck my wife. Maybe you're not a sociopath. It's also maybe you're just not a social Joe pass as well, you know? I'm not a jealous person. But I would be too hurt. And I would want to remove myself from a situation where that should be going. I'd be like, all right, I'm not in this. I would buy myself. And I'll find other people who are like me and sensitive and weird. We'll be our own. But Chris Rock made a speech about how he used to get bullied. He was borderline raped in high school by dudes like his whole life he's been bullied. So he's still in fucking trauma. Now he got bit slapped for the whole fucking world. And people are just fucking defending the other guy. It's crazy. The whole thing. Okay, so that's the other problem. So Jim Carrey. I thought it was great. He's like, now Hollywood, you guys are cool. You were the cool people. Like, you gave this guy a standing ovation after what happened. And you're right. But then somebody pulls up, Jim Carrey, winning an award, 15 years ago. And he walks up to the MTV awards and just makes out with Alicia Silverstone, who's like 19, who wanted nothing to do with it. He just grabs her and starts kissing her. And everyone's like, oh, this Jim Carrey. That was fucking terrible, too. And it's like fuck. Oh man. I was right, but I watched that clip, but I'm like, yeah, that wasn't cool, Jim Carrey..

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"joe pass" Discussed on Thought Row

Thought Row

06:58 min | 1 year ago

"joe pass" Discussed on Thought Row

"We're right pleasure carplay we will have to definitely get that album and add it to our. Yeah both of them great. He you know you're a director a composer and arranger and musician. You must have one of those that you personally feel like you excel at. Oh well i think. I can say before the guitar engine. Yeah we would prey to agree with you in that scene. How we've never seen you conduct. I haven't seen the best through. That's true yeah. Yeah i think i think of performing you know especially with the guitar and i think you know i do that most of the time you read the and for the beekman. Of course i conduct the ban conduct the ensembles. But i am ball on the bandstand. You know a wisp playing the top okay. So more more with that actually. Do you have a favorite band jazz band that you like. Oh yes well. I've always liked the korea electric band. Yeah yeah yeah. And hopefully you know James nathan east and all and of course Right now i my favorite band would be good. Rosen winco The group could raise president good group and all time favorite at metheny group. Damn passing save. Everybody likes him and he's the one he's gets played the most on jazz radio. Yes for sure. I was wondering if you were going to mention him. Yeah Those are some good picks them great pigs as we were talking. Your future looks very very bright. What do you hope to accomplish in twenty twenty two well of course Launching both albums will be repeat the best inked do between two and i am planning if at all god willing i am planning to pursue my. Adhd as well he's wonderful. Wow cool yes you can have a busy twenty twenty to thirty one and all of that just adds to your personal goals had success. So both engineering congratulate you. Yes thank you so much. Yeah thank you. If someone came to you and wanted to become a jazz guitarist won't be the number one thing you and tell them and you should know. Oh okay well. I think i would certainly say them that. You know you go to be very very up front and you must have an open heart and be willing to accept all changes and be willing to explore you know and and don't walk on a straight line. That's what i always tell my students anyway. You don't walk a straight line if you really want a steady. Just it's a bit philosophic. Yes i i must say. I think that's the best thing that that i can. I can see because he would he mean by using. Yeah i was just gonna ask. What do you mean by. Don't walk a straight line like explain late. Okay let let me let me explain. You know like when you're playing a set the styles of For busy right you go to like really know the song and tried to be as closest to the soundscape off bet a too so that is what i mean by walking in a straight line like you're going to really try to be as close as possible. You know when you play because people are not gonna recognize the solace true. Yeah but but for jazz if you try and you know like a straight line you try to cheat the courts exactly as it is and you try to treat the rhythms exactly as it is well. Good sound base straightforward. And sometimes if i may if i might say desert regions of good term richards were yeah that that straight line is prevalent in classical music. Because you know they try to duplicate it as close to what the composer had in mind and even in even even go back to period instruments so they can make it sound perfect I like that you know. Don't let the jazz. Yeah straight line and be euro invents right invented. Yes get on the straight line like. That's that's good advice for only playing guitar. However there's other things maybe street you're more philosophical than you than you thought. Think resolve right. Yeah it is true. I mean i mean. Of course you know. We got to try and understand. You know like what happened in the past and present and what's going to happen but you know as having a sit in quotes in in maybe have slice also can can relate ourselves dude yet. Do music into other things sports. Even this creativity in general everything okay. So now we're going to ask you the question we ask every guest. That's on the podcast. And if you could sit on the park bench and chat with anyone from the past who would be. Oh i think. I would like to chat with joe pass. Oh okay wow okay. How why why did you pick him well. First of all. He's a famous famous guitarist. I figure is a pioneer. Tell us tell us what. Tell us a little bit more. Oh i just want to understand you know how we do fabulously they. There was never any background in music but somehow she was the only guy that came up and became so prominent jazz. You know that he was being foot until now with all the studies about him and the other thing that i would like to ask is that how did she even fee good out how he would utilize all the At.

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"joe pass" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

01:53 min | 1 year ago

"joe pass" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"But they got worse and worse and worse without getting into the details Well president Trump called him President Trump called him Middle of the evening I believe it was Friday It could have been Thursday but I think it was Friday And the phone was put through his ear As the whole family had done this In president Trump told him that he should fight on that the country needs him That he knows he was an early Trump supporter That he is greatly loved by the family and even him And a few other words that I don't need to repeat It went on for about 90 to a 120 seconds And then I got a call yesterday Around noon from president Trump Sang I heard that Joe passed away I said yes sir he did And again I won't repeat what he said but he made some very very compassionate remarks And of course in president Trump's life he's met what hundreds and hundreds of thousands of people and so forth and so on but to take an interest in an individual here there and everywhere And this isn't the only time he's done things like this He's a thoroughly decent and compassionate human being who loves his

Mark Levin Appreciates President Trump Calling, Checking-in on Levin's Brother-in-Law

Mark Levin

01:53 min | 1 year ago

Mark Levin Appreciates President Trump Calling, Checking-in on Levin's Brother-in-Law

"But they got worse and worse and worse without getting into the details Well president Trump called him President Trump called him Middle of the evening I believe it was Friday It could have been Thursday but I think it was Friday And the phone was put through his ear As the whole family had done this In president Trump told him that he should fight on that the country needs him That he knows he was an early Trump supporter That he is greatly loved by the family and even him And a few other words that I don't need to repeat It went on for about 90 to a 120 seconds And then I got a call yesterday Around noon from president Trump Sang I heard that Joe passed away I said yes sir he did And again I won't repeat what he said but he made some very very compassionate remarks And of course in president Trump's life he's met what hundreds and hundreds of thousands of people and so forth and so on but to take an interest in an individual here there and everywhere And this isn't the only time he's done things like this He's a thoroughly decent and compassionate human being who loves his

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"joe pass" Discussed on The Right Time with Bomani Jones

The Right Time with Bomani Jones

06:14 min | 1 year ago

"joe pass" Discussed on The Right Time with Bomani Jones

"We're not supposed to say about that life real. What am i supposed to say about that. Because i give this to. Andy reid andy. Reid figured out in way. It's kind of a chip. Kelly thing and also in a way is kind of just like old wish bowl type stuff. But what. everybody's trying to figure out schematically on offense is how to put together an offense that doesn't necessarily require the players to be great but if i could just find a bunch of fast dudes we can make this work. 'cause fast jude's aren't that hard to find its dudes that are big and fast. That are hard to find. You know. But i can college. You got the right office. Like chip is doing up. There in oregon. Yeah you get the anthony thomas it. He's a five star guy. That comes in but like michael james do like that. That's a three star recruit. You can go find you a bunch of little fast three star recruits it. Make it work out there. Little bitty receivers that never heard of until they started playing for the kansas city chiefs. And they gotta do is just go out there and be fast mahomes go find. You almost want him crazy. Past wants us down through like body. Turn all the wrong direction off the wrong foot. Just thirty five yards down the field. Just a strike. That's what they tell you not to do. Yeah what can you tell. Patrick mahomes they. He can't do everything that you tell everybody else. Go you not good enough to do that. What is the thing that you look at him and say now man you just not. You're just not good enough to do that because he'd be out there doing well you don't even have to. You know what i'm saying is like he's gotta keep himself in attain. Stop himself from getting bored. And every now and then that means no look twenty yard. Pass or something like that right. He's jordan part of him. Being jordan is like being that good. But i mean even in terms that like just the way he played one thing. I thought that when the last dance came out was probably helpful for people who did not watch jordan real time and it's the thing also just because basketball players don't play the same way anymore but his body control right like it's all go and hanging in the air and doing the crazy finger roll and like going up here the whistle turning around in the air. Throw it behind you going off the glass for the layup and like today's game doesn't allow for that. Somebody's to closing. Compare that up sky at this point but mahomes does jordan like body control stuff at nfl quarterback and doing that kind of stuff is so completely different. Throwing the ball. Down field versus. I just got a flip. This up with my wrist and open land solved like it's not destroyed way around it so either way it goes that stuff i can tell you about the chiefs. None of that matters. If you lamar y'all come out here and you lose is gay. And and on top of that the ravens. Apparently listen to y'all on the internet and did the thing with omar whistle when he came out there. You know what. I'm saying like they went and did that. I also want to make this point for on the internet. And i could be know. Don't apply to every single one. Y'all but i do think it applies to a lot of y'all i understand. You didn't get lavar burton on jeopardy. But they listen to you. And they gave you the whistle. And let's be honest with you. That whistle go make you a whole lot happier than lavar. Burton host in jeopardy. Because you really care about that. You know what i'm saying my okay williams died rest in peace. That's where your heart was you know and we got that. Just saying you're gonna find something new to try to campaign for and make happen on internet. Y'all got started on the emmys a little bit sooner. See all the white folks one anyway. Lamar need a down. Because you gave you knew it was going to be especially after those picks you knew what it was going to be. Aided win this one. Yeah i was excited for foxworth. He was at the game right. Oh you was. Yeah he will on friday he was talking about how he was a little because he thought that they were gonna get smoked. That's right yeah now. They got that done. Because i don't think they're going to be good this year. I just don't think they had the bodies like physically to be able to be. But so good this year. And i've john elway league teams the top five draft picks. You know what great quarterbacks take teams to not great seasons like that kind of thing can happen but menadue still incredible like that. Joe pass through was incredible another game by the way i'm like i just don't understand how you can try to make the argument. That lamar jackson does not a pocket pass. I i just don't see where you come from. You had to drop back fifty times. He couldn't do it well. Lucky for him. he doesn't have to write. Aaron rodgers is a mobile quarterback. But if you had to do. Twenty five carries a game. He wouldn't be able to do it. That doesn't suddenly mean that he cannot not run. It's not how this goes but now the morning today that will in right there. He was the one that needed. Who bought because cleveland look like a team that vision either the ravens of the steelers a look alike come in third place in that division and i mean care if the browns go sign the x. Men you finished behind them as somebody gotta come in the office in explain it. It's kind of like that tile. Wake forest won the acc. Have the coaches in the conference. Got fired within the next two years. Excuses gone excuses gone. What's your story. Somebody needs to step up their game when the bombs all of sudden rise up to the top but not good for lamar jackson. Did you see that picture. By the way to foster opposed jackson as a kid with a goal chain and earrings. Oh yeah i've just gotta light. I'll be beat do but like if that goal che was real. You'd buddy you could invest it in books adult water beat ed dude. But i don't think. I have to do because i will be a outing. Ha we're real. Did you see the thing with Kim kardashian on ellen from like the past four or five days it showed a picture of her baby up onscreen big gold chain ellen was like it would be nice if that was real or something. Like that. and kim like a millisecond reaction just quickly looked over and was like what do you mean is not real. That's a real jane doe. There's something about fake jewelry man. I don't know what it is really about life fe go you here..

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"joe pass" Discussed on The Shawn Harvey Morning Show Podcast

The Shawn Harvey Morning Show Podcast

05:23 min | 1 year ago

"joe pass" Discussed on The Shawn Harvey Morning Show Podcast

"So defeat the purpose of dante white. Exactly exactly so bobby. I a since friday morning. I've been making coffee. We have the coffee maker in the crib. Blessed to have a shelter plus the have someplace to stay we all need to recognize and notice on them on a on the motivation. When they when you wake up and you got a bed in a roof over your head you gotta you drop down to your knees. Physically or mentally or spiritually and thank god for that and having shelter. God is blessing me with a coffeemaker. Nice one to not as nice as jaws bobby cologne with that brand new kitchen of yours that you got six months ago cope with that pc money. Sure i don't have what you just as essex regular old kerry and i'm okay with that and bobby cologne the first couple of days of me making caufield horrible and i made it today but i just used as dunkin donuts cup cup in the kitchen so i washed out dunkin. Donuts cup putting real crapshoot. Yeah that's fine. that's so. Thanks for the cup i will get you but my whole thing is what we the last. Two days of coffees horrible. How you making. I dunno from putting too much coffee in the filter very but i like the coffee store but not too strong. It has a funny taste to it. I put cream in it. I don't i don't use no sugar. Cream is enough for me with as far as sugar. But it's fine. I'm going to make the. I think it's gonna take me a couple of pots to make the coffee the way our i'm using The state Kathy style that knocked down. I'm from the bronx stellar from the bronx. New york's spanish harlem right down the blood. And when i was with my second baby. That's all we had always drink it back in the days and back in the eighties. So i'll keep you guys updated. I haven't spent any money coffee at the dunkin donuts but it does feel weird. There's part of me before we move on this part of me like there. There's a local duck donors right down block. And then there's my home dunkin donuts on step go boulevard and joe pass there with the strong desire to go in a out was not going right now that would have been that would have been a relapse right on that have been relaxed. So keep you guys on on my. I guess not going to dunkin donuts challenge guess and making my own coffee and adding up. How much money that. I'm saving so right now barbie cologne. I've saved a nine dollars support. Even know you were doing just started the other day and i just like inadvertently i guess i was. I was challenging. Because i have not been dunkin donuts since friday thursday. I'm sorry i've been making. This is coffee. Made a maverick. I posted a page day. Like i myself. Yeah oh wow. I didn't even know he was on that. But yet we still on the same uniforms. We'd let's just try tried together. Exactly okay so bobby cologne. And let's say listen -ssume that. Let's keep it at ten bucks so bobby cologne and i will start right now. So this is new to me. Okay buckler risk right. Now bobby cologne. I have saved a total of twenty bucks ten bucks each right three to three bucks a day with the coffee because they chose to ninety six. But that's an extra. I'm going extra-large. Seventy five okay. So this is where rounded off to three dollars this special book for this or why. You're right the date now. Today's date today is august. Thirty thirty august the thirty two thousand twenty one and we've save twenty dollars so that would be six dollars per day moving forward if you win. I don't purchase a coffee from dunkin donuts or any establishment but bobby. Let's promise ourselves one. If there's a relapse please come in. And if you relapse. Tell me and tell us by know. And we'll see yeah out so he goes. Okay okay i promise if i relapsed i will let you know. Let everybody know everybody. Okay so we rat twenty bucks we are participating could save six bucks a day Three dollars each okay. Now moving on. We talked about this on the motivational monday in his weird with motivation. Talk all the crap we want in this society. What we're gonna pull up their story folk for me in a second port. We talk about medication..

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"joe pass" Discussed on Dopey: On the Dark Comedy of Drug Addiction

Dopey: On the Dark Comedy of Drug Addiction

02:07 min | 1 year ago

"joe pass" Discussed on Dopey: On the Dark Comedy of Drug Addiction

"Time fitting doled out telling your loved to pop the koran so time for the don't be dope pod josh josh. How they told me about this is dope pod Dive was just hot coal. Run south jive josh. Just columbia show and atop both joe pass the time they did dope it jazz. Dopey the dope pod josh. dopey podcast. Y'all disisto podcast. This is this episode of dopey is brought to you by our good friends at alloa recovery located in sunny southern california in silverlake in malibu and western los angeles allah was created by our friend. Bob forrest and his friends. Evan jared. i'm bob to create a rehab. That treats alcoholics and addicts with compassion and connection rather than control. They saw how other systems failed. People like us and they wanted to make a better place. They have decades and decades and decades of experience in treating drug addiction and co occurring mental health disorders including severe mental illness. They make the detox is as comfortable as possible. They have amenities you wouldn't believe cooling surfing sound bath meditation equity line therapy of course the potentially spiritually transformative sweat lodge everyone. I know that have been to aloe really really really appreciate the care that they got there. So if you're fucked and you want to get some help and you're willing to go to sunny southern california. I highly recommend going to alloa. This episode of dopey is also brought to you by seven. Thank yous dot com. And it's the.

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"joe pass" Discussed on Let's Talk About It with Taylor Nolan

Let's Talk About It with Taylor Nolan

08:13 min | 1 year ago

"joe pass" Discussed on Let's Talk About It with Taylor Nolan

"People. I think in less than one percent of people in this town are black. So you're like mid west. Yes kind of Saint louis and chicago but not near enough any of those as we get the good parts of the city near like porn and cows and john who don't quite get how far behind they are in live their thought so Growing up in that. I think i just try to navigate the best they could and now i feel like i'm more comfortable talking about my experiences in that kind of going in that man. You almost seems like some more. Come to get the most people feel like i am there to educate them One it's it's a lot like. I've learned a lot But having so many siblings. I think you have a similar experience as helpful. Boy you who live outside of this community who pretty much like not the exact same various alerts variances. Yeah well and i definitely. I mean you know i am knowing you in this stage in your life where i do see you being very comfortable just kind of sharing owning your experiences and i thank you know in my own introspection on my out. There were so many years that people did feel so comfortable to all kinds of fucker rates to me and it's so uncomfortable and actually like as things are opening up a little bit like being around other people who are vaccinated like hearing some of the things people say again. Where like here. It is again like in person but online especially you know throughout all of two thousand twenty where you're not seeing anybody in person and you're experienced it all on line but in a very different way where i felt like i really found my voice and i was like. Oh yeah i'm gonna say all this shit now that like. I didn't feel like i could ever say that. I had to like try to be the cool ground. Ha yeah funny like this. You know and it's really oh i don't think people realize the courage and the interpersonal work that has to be done for people to get to the place of just being comfortable in their skin and being able to advocate for themselves. Let alone for other people because you kind of put yourself at risk. You know if you're like. Oh actually. that really wasn't a funny joke. Because it's pretty racist like how you gonna say that group of all white people yes especially like When you're already outs almost you know you're already not part of the group and i think that for me growing up. I tried so hard to everything. I could to be a part of it not realizing that i'm never gonna fully be a part of it because as a black woman you're still always going to be on the outside And i just tried so hard to be part of it. And i think i lost a little bit of myself in that the i mean it definitely takes a lot of courage just to say things especially to people who don't even have the basic like the basic understanding that long like really really wrong but then explain that to them. If you're going through all these levels of well this is what this is. And this is what that is to get down to the bare minimum of you know. Don't touch my hair or you know whatever. Yeah well i've seen you kind of open up Recently about an experience because you're an interracial relationship and you just purchased a home and you'd even kind of shared and i'll let you share it But the experience that you had and as you were sharing it people were kind of commenting and and you're kind of like well you know. Yeah this is just like what it is. I'm just gonna share it because it's just a part of my life. This is the situation that i'm in And it's like for some people. Yes that is so alarming to here but that also is because it has not been there experienced and they haven't been exposed to other people who have experienced experiences unless likely it's online and i almost forget that's not a norm like i was telling my husband the other day and i feel like he we've been together for like ten years and it has a pretty good understanding of things that i've had to deal with sprint and to deal with because definitely seeing it mom but as a white person. Don't be it because it doesn't happen to you. See almost feel like this doesn't happen unless you someone speaking out. Who got it at the same time. It's like the people who are experiencing those things shouldn't have to be the ones they constantly talk radic also like traumatic so You're talking about for everyone who's listening To buy this house My husband. I bought a house water. It's beautiful is all you're working like for you in this phase. It's amazing yeah. I mean we're so excited Never did i think i would be living on a lake or anything I just feel really grateful to this house. I never looked at it. Like never before we Put in our offer because the man who lived here he actually been with your meals like six owns. One of them is a habit that he didn't like all of it and he was ninety or like Late eighty And our realtor made it known that. I shouldn't come to the meetings to see the house or speak with him about the offer and As frustrating as it was put in an offer and fully trust. My husband is gonna be a great house through pictures and things It was something that i knew was a reality and it wasn't like shock me And whenever i share that on social media because a lot of people are like oh my gosh. She can't believe that will have yeah. I can't believe that happened. Like almost over half the population voted for trump. What do you mean literally. It's like there's there's ten people. I know who who have had the exact same experience And maybe they haven't been vocal about it. I don't know. But you know. I think when i shared it people just were really surprised but then it started making me things. There're so many experiences that are just to me and like everyday occurrences that. I don't share that. People would probably be like astounded. Actually happened still. You know telling my husband how saying how anytime When i was younger my aunt's whenever they were driving around or whenever they took my siblings. Like donald. go to you know wherever Anytime police officer joe pass. They'd always say sit up straight they certain share your seatbelts or Buckle and this is like from a young age if there's like this fear And then as you grow up and that fear is real because of the experiences that they've had i being i mean i can. I can experience after experience experience. And it's not something that has been put in their mind because someone else told them that if they had negative experience of their own and been you have that thought and then you were up you do the same thing but then you still end up with a similar experience that like almost ingrained in your brain even more Gossip trump diving when you really think about it But people who don't have to deal like deal with that on a daily basis when they.

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"joe pass" Discussed on Tha Boxing Voice

Tha Boxing Voice

08:09 min | 1 year ago

"joe pass" Discussed on Tha Boxing Voice

"Them numbers is even cracking. Five hundred thousand so that the money that used to beat is not there because the piracy caught up to a this man. People is shit. You need to get your money while you could get it because you could end up like dimitrius andrea remember cannella. Beat danny jacobs idea. You know he beat him. He's one belt away from undisputed out of the clip blue-sky he decided that being undisputed was not that important so he did you end up like that guy with a belt that don't nobody give a fuck about. Except maybe david fuck you up for less money than you get being brought on get get getting back annul so you need to do. What's right for you if you've got across the street for the fight you know as side anyway man. Why are we doing all this for kayla plant fake anyway. We gotta go. Gotta julie's what was give a year handles real quick mind even get you my skype hand. No give your your iga and your social media. Bring i q. Boxing means. I don't really be on instagram on. Twitter is ring. I q bucks in news on youtube is q. Box talk and yeah man like you need to just bite the bullet due to fight man like gotta stop playing right. Yes we go. Follow julius to Man's very active. You know he'll he'll talk to everybody about boxing Good dude That's been in the community for some time But do me was the super chats. Let me just see. Let me just make sure that. I got to all of them. Yeah bring iq man. I've been watching your for a little bit. Man you've You've been in the community for a long time but didn't work man. I really appreciate those videos in the way you uh narrate them and everything man it's pretty dope so we show you make sure you check out bringing up. I was like oh man. That's crazy like i've been you know missile mayor for longtime Checking out your shit and it's good content got good con- just try to make it in because it's like i'll be noticing a lot of cats assad from the box voice which is one of the trail blazers like everybody that no boxing or youtube not box invoice but i noticed a lot of cats a lot of other cats. I should say they just don't know flare like oh we all sit there talking but it got to be entertainment so i'll be trying to make the gus sound like the narration. Sound like the new england. Plummer make him sound like joe pass. She is some shit like everybody. Is there listening to joe. Peci talking boxing. I know it'd be do. But let me see. I think me was it from cr. Be one you didn't get downright. No that's that's that's a. I think the next one was our jones if the okay. Yeah i think you're right. So saint saint canelo deserve forty million. No matter what is sheep talk. Should i say hello mang and canal. He's carrying boxing. By or i soon nali in now the and nobody moves the needle. Coconut oil order so esam pa- me him going to fox's a favor for them because they haven't had a big fight if you think about the patio fight. They was lucky to get that fight. Because of khanna wouldn't have got his ass. beat many was gonna fight him and he was supposed to deka. Mikey garcia on his own. Graciela you worked foot them and they got to make the specify that'll aside from that fight. They enroll out a schedule like showtime. Did they didn't enroll out of schedule. Will face is packing house fence while the fury three in october was supposed to beat the summer. That's two fights. That's i to right Next we'll come from cr. Be one i got. It says fans don't understand is fox. Espn showtime none of them. Need any boxer fighter foxworth fifty billion dead zone were five billion ninety percent of fox revenue from basketball and football tv Yeah they ought to let me responded episode fox as a network doesn't need boxing. What i think is not understanding his. Pbc on fox needs big fights. You think that the higher ups at fox are going to keep approving spending on boxing. And they're not getting nothing in return. It's not a secret that while the versus fury too was a box office flop even though it did great at the gate because piracy. They lost money on people stealing paper views. We're not questioning whether or not fox is going to go bankrupt. Orthodox boxing fox don't allow boxing generate revenue. But boxing's future on fox relies on big fights and they're not getting big fight. So you gotta spence patio. Maybe while versus fury three makes money. But you gotta split that with. Espn they need big fights. When when bill wenger and l. hayman entered into that agreement they wanted to deliver five big paper views per year. Oh we got to brewers versus. Areola was not a big pay per view aside from that. What other type of use of they got so it's not fax going under fox's not gonna go unto based on boxing but as far as fox's role in boxing that could end that could end because fox was never really in the business of boxes to begin with. They went into business without what two three years ago if that the wrap up real quick. Because what i'm hearing is that the deal is supposed to be up this year. And maybe they don't renew. I don't know we'll see but these views have to perform because they ain't just spend the money to be spending money. They got money but that doesn't mean they spend in for no reason. They want something in return. Next one coming in from cannabis cove says. Where's the uk fan girl laughing out loud emoji. Shoutout to Oh man what was the name. Do me who you talking about cannabis call casing all. You're talking my lady chan lady to cooking shoutout to her Next coming in from budo sorta sent through way poodle. Foods would also okay. Your julius would up by their name show. People have manyika album caressing us. And all that cpap floyd cpos scott. Mike tyson. Sugar ray leonard. Local maleta mika. Yeah okay l. Cash cow he can he out at the moonlit kerala program and he's the cash cow bro. You know how it goes day site given what he wants to he. Don't fucking girl that'd don't mean nothing fucking go. Fight out in the yield room and make more than caleb will make fighting. David issue bro. He really. I think kayla was lucky. That canelo actually wanted to give him the time of day. That will deprecate. He could treat them like dimitrius. Andrei you hardly bullfighter get the fuck. He could do that. He huda listen really like we listen to caleb that man for floyd for koto for trout fort smith. He beat up the smith brothers. The only reason he ain't beat up because he retired. I brush is is cash money cannella. We'd be we can't do. This is where we can't do nothing about that. 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"joe pass" Discussed on Reasons to be Cheerful

Reasons to be Cheerful

08:21 min | 1 year ago

"joe pass" Discussed on Reasons to be Cheerful

"I mean the the politics of the moment at twenty four centigrade union well celsius you mean but is not often as high as is there no it. Doesn't i always say this whenever we cover anything with a history aspect on the podcast but i love learning about the stuff unloved that period in the early twentieth century. Where does this idealism In in building these things for the public good. And i was a little bit struck by when we were talking to debra and she said we're looking for ten million a new set we should have one hundred of them only custody. Polian which yeah. I really liked that daring. Understand all the benefits of that but could you in this day and age sell a billion pounds worth of outdoor swimming areas to the to the general public. You probably could actually. But i think is interesting interesting question about you. Know public goods private goods Private gyms private swimming pools. You know which are expensive or is it yet. Public light is now. I'm not saying that they're all going to be free. But you know. I think there is something interesting that i think. There's a sort of whether you sweep seen a massive rise in interest have way in this whole open water swimming swimming. That sort of thing and i quite liked this little known there on hard and fast rules. Both books have what would be cold. Wild swimming open water swimming places. Not just lake bled in slovenia a As you know. I i think i like the lighter. Community seems to meet and very open and very sort of non-judgmental than you think well. It didn't sound like that from analyst campbell at the beginning of the poke. Poke casper mayb noah. He's obviously he's the exception. This is the hardliner. But maybe you are going to usher in a glorious new era where the pond life and the lights can live as one sounds like a great vision for the efficacy reasons to be cheerful. Podcast about ideas with ed milliband in jeff. Well as ever we would love to hear from you. Tell us about your local lighter. We could share for light. Oh map of Of of great britain. Where you do you like swimming. We could arrange for our listeners to meet each other for light. Oh mornings we talk about the social aspect of allied. Oh we could do a live show in elida on a full moon. Pandemic permitting yes yes yes yes. Of course we could. We could do a tool lighter too i would. I would love that. i think. I think i'm sold on the live show in the lie. Do you think on lilos on lilos in the lighter. I've got picture of the two have also lilos dipping through pinochle alda's cal state. That's a beautiful picture. I think people would like to see that. Well she'll have the weather's the audience at this point. They all in the water lane swimming around us anyway. You could email through the website. is cheerful. Podcast dot. Come this one comes from an williams bonner who says. I can't help remarking on your reluctance to use your bike bells. I live in france and often go for long walks on the verse. I play where bikers used the same passes pedestrians most of the time. It's not that easy to hear that a bike is approaching from behind a none of these bikers warner's by ringing the bell to reasonable distance before they pass. I often wonder if they step slightly to one side. At that moment well catastrophe would happen. I often call out after them. A votre senate. Pardon my french What is the point of a bell. If isn't used ios cheerfully an well is at philosophical. Question is i. Don't know but That's interesting that the bell is less widely used in france of you anymore. Comfortable with your bell use. I use it the other day and Behind somebody who was also biking. I think an kind kinda thought you made him stop. So you know go behalf with the old bells this one comes from elizabeth harper. I'm a longtime listener of the podcast. I wanted to email accepts evergreen transition which i loved what i couldn't help noticing is every time we green jobs for example your conversation with caroline lucas and hillary ban we immediately tend to about technology and energy. These are very important but there's an opportunity to go even further here and what we think of as green jobs. I read ninety clients book. No is not enough and then on the bunny case for green new deal. What are the most exciting parts of her analysis. The idea of restructuring economies around low-carbon work. This would mean expanding adage of green jobs between the obvious mistake and typically muscular work is involved to other areas Like teaching nursing childcare medicine care work mental health. What counseling and more work that contributes so much as saudi with some of the least impact on the environment it is with. I completely agree with you. And the way we think about zero carbon work and what zero carbon economy looks like isn't just about some of the ways we traditionally refer to it. It absolutely is about catholic. And many the other professions that you mentioned. So i think it's a really good and important point senders yar ideas all suggest a guest for a future episode e mail reasons. I'm cheerful podcast. Dot com find us on facebook. All tweets not cheerful podcast. We're in the altro. I know what i scan to ask you today as we're recording. This is the opening of the olympics. And i was wondering given what you were doing your job in two thousand nine hundred twelve. Did you get to go to loads of stuff. Yes how was that great. I love to we there at the opening ceremony. Yes i think. Oh yes no walls and we got lost on the bus me. Jowl the head of the army the Head of the metropolitan police and the bus driver lost on the way. The opening ceremony. I birth johnson was on the bus to yeah. That's the one thing i remember. The most and the latest who was a lovely person swore sold secrecy of these for the duration of the olympics. That we were going to say yeah. The opening ceremony busker. Most of the way. I think we'll try to help the bus drive with the direction. It probably was quite difficult because of all the roads and all that that would be a great play. Yes sets on that bus in those moments. Yes that is true thing happened this week. By the way. John kerry the us climate and boy cabinet is beach gardens. And i had a chat with him and he gave me an shot and speech. But that's good. Did he mention me. George for isn't it. That's exactly what it is often like him too. We should we should thank our guests. Krista the beanland yucel debray mccutcheon produces our podcast with all her audio wizardry. Joe pass does all. The research finds the guest this week. He's had i think even more fun than usual looking into lie. Does swimmer on all eight. Joel has done a lighter swimming. Yeah which slide. Jill beckenham place joel is saying. I don't know if you can't hair joel. So i'm just passing it on a bit light when he would speak to matthew corbett whispering and then batty would relay it. That's what i think. I might have to joel. Does that make joel city in this particular analogy. Does that make me sweep. Well yes you be like. Let me keep going with the credits. Joel is is backed up. Joe kenyan goldfish guy. Lofthouse is our announced. The james deacon made ident- at seed compose music and our artwork was designed by henry cavill. He's been pund life. He's been a neo laterite and these reasons to chip..

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"joe pass" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

Newsradio 600 KOGO

07:59 min | 1 year ago

"joe pass" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

"That lead to vaccine mandates? Will it lead to perhaps, uh, dare we say? A shuttering of portions of our economy again in our schools. We're going to work all that out. Plus, we got to get into the Democrats. Flip flopping on defund the police, they know Damn well. That the polling on this is off the charts in favor of police and law enforcement as crime is spiking around the country. Voters are Turning decidedly strongly against any notion of defunding the police. Uh it's been a remarkable, breathtaking reversal. By these Democrats. But of course, if Republicans were smart, they wouldn't let the Democrats have this reversal. They would force the Democrats to stew. And the nonsense that they're far left wing. Rabble rousers brought into this equation. But no Republicans are pretty inept at that. We'll get into that issue, but going right out of the gate. Excuse me, Uh, Father, Joe. Passed away this weekend from complications from diabetes. Father just Carol, better known as the Saint or the Advocate, the Hustler priest. Lots of monikers lots of nicknames, but he was a nationally recognized advocate for caring for the homeless and try to help the homeless. He? Um yeah was synonymous with the organization that he ran, Uh, it was actually originally called Saint Vincent DePaul Village. And he was the executive director or president. I think he came in and 1980 I believe. Um, he got his start giving out peanut butter and jelly. Um, uh, sandwiches to the to the homeless downtown. Anyway, Uh, he got the job at Saint Vincent DePaul when a which, at the time was just simply a thrift store downtown. The person was retiring. And, uh, they came across Father Joe because he was working at ST Rita Catholic Church in Valencia Park. And he was known for, you know, being out there and having a Good demeanor and, uh, outreach to the homeless. So he then ended up Taking over, Uh, ST Vincent's thrift store. And from there, uh, he basically took over the parking lot that the thrift short store had And created a homeless shelter. While homeless center at the time, Uh, just to provide various and sundry items, and, uh, his vision was to create a one stop shop. For the homeless at the time downtown. From there. He really became a fundraising machine, uh, and continue to expand his programs at when I was on City Council back in 2000 and eight I was referring it, referring to it as Father Joe's. Father Joe is like the the facility. Father, Joe. Ran it, but it's father Joe's his place. It was still Saint Vincent DePaul. Excuse me until 2015, I guess. When they finally made the official change in name. That surprises me because when I was on City Council did press conferences and events with Father Joe. I always referred to it just simply as uh, Father Joe's Go give him to go give your money to Father Joe's Hey, there are there's empty beds down at Father Joe's Um Everybody was referring to it as Father Joe's, but no, it was Saint Vincent DePaul officially until 2015 when they finally realized everyone was referring it to his father, Joe's Um Let me just say that, uh, he going there's just The man lived an incredible life. Of service to others. And but he was a political operator. Oh, he knew politics. He absolutely knew politics. He knew how to raise money. He knew how to get money from Various politicians, Uh and, uh, Was very dedicated to the homeless, but he played the system. He used the system to get what he needed. Now Father Joe's because it was a private organization. He had rules. You couldn't use drugs. You couldn't lash out and get dangerous and violent with other people. In other words, the mental health issues needed to be addressed. And if you couldn't do that, you had to stay out of the the village. The father Joe's village was was off limits to I always used to say. And all my events and I would call him every once a while and take father jail. I can still say this. You have a You have empty beds at the village, right? Yep, That's right, Carl. We still have empty beds. Why is that Father Joe, You know the answer, Carl, because we Require people play by the rules. We've got rules. Eddie would tell me about the insurance, um, that he has to carry and the insurance carrier requires that he can't facilitate and allow drug use or craziness, um, or bad behavior from the mental illness. Otherwise he'd have a liability. Of course someone would sue Father Joe, for you know, you should have known better, blah, blah, blah. Everyone loves suing the Catholic Church. But by the way, anyway, so, um He basically taught me a lot about the challenges faced by homeless individuals. And, uh, I think that he was. I know this because I spoke to him a number of times about it. He did not like how the homeless industrial complex Evolved in San Diego. Without any sort of real accountability. Without any sort of hammer. And he saw it as a human tragedy. That the same people who say they were going to advocate for homeless individuals were coddling them and in doing so, Removing the ability for providers like Father Joe. To really leverage. Situation so that these people could break the cycle of dependency. So, his remaining years battling diabetes. Uh he did, uh, you know, spend a little time just resting and enjoying life a little bit. He deserved it. For goodness sakes. After all the round the clock working. He did. I believe you retired back in 2016 2015 thereabouts. Um, Father, Joe's got a new had Hondshew, but it's never been the same. Now that they're not doing good work. They are doing great work, but it will never be the same. Father, Joe, uh, passed away at age 80 and, um, Sadly, the very Crisis. Very problem. He dedicated his life to His 40 years of working on that issue, sadly, was worse than it ever had been by an exponential factor, mainly because of the ineptitude of our Politicians in the state of California and in San Diego. So Father Joe, uh, certainly as he arrives in in in heaven. Will be one of the most Celebrated Angels and I tweeted over the weekend, and someone did make a funny remark..

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"joe pass" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

01:39 min | 1 year ago

"joe pass" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"State's power grid hope you'll cut back on the electricity usage between four and nine p.m.. Meantime, a couple of heat records fell yesterday, Lancaster and Palmdale established new highs. With 113 and 1 11, respectively. Parents are pushing back against the new state mandate that requires all Children to wear masks in the classroom. Sharon McKinnon, with the advocacy group called Let them Breathe, says they're ready to sue the state as soon as next week. Hopefully, this could get taken care of before the kids go back to school in August, or just as quickly as possible. Governor Newsom announced the new rule on Friday, right after the CDC recommended that all unvaccinated Children wear masks at school. Police are still on the hunt for the person who shot and wounded two teens outside Knott's berry farm INTs and guests scrambling for the exits. Both victims were struck in a drive by shooting near the theme park's entrance Friday night. Six illegal immigrants are in custody after Border patrol agents intercepted their boat off the coast of Newport Beach. Usually boats come ashore or are apprehended a lot closer to the border. People are mourning the loss of a San Diego icon Father Joe passed away on Sunday is a voice for the voiceless Father. Joe's villages are nationally known for the help given to homeless people. Father Joe Carroll died after a long battle with diabetes. He was 80 years old. Four Dodgers and two Angels are headed to Denver for tomorrow night's All Star game. Max Muncy, Chris Taylor, Justin Turner and Walker Buehler will suit up for the Blue Anaheim Shohei Otani and Jared Walter on the roster. Otani is the number one seed in tonight's home run Derby. Southland Weather from K F I a little cooler today in most areas unless you live in and around the deserts or the Antelope Valley. Otherwise sunny mid nineties in the valleys in the III Low eighties.

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"joe pass" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

06:37 min | 1 year ago

"joe pass" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"In Walk off fashion. We'll see what happens tonight and beautiful weekend for baseball. Great American ballpark. No doubt about it. Um, weather is perfect. Absolutely perfect. And speaking of the Reds before his death, Reds legend Joey Knox all notice that no baseball diamonds existed to his knowledge. For people with physical disabilities and mental challenges as well. And so he said, you're not gonna do. I'm going to start something here a little bit of seed money and resolve to do this for Fairfield. In Hamilton. And sadly, Joe never lived to see this come to fruition to become reality, but because of donations, and especially because of very hard volunteer work from the trades, they got this thing done and the Joe Nuxhall Foundation was born then and a culminated with the Joe Nuxhall Miracle League field. Joining me on the show is the brand new executive director. The Naxal Foundation. It is a big step for them and hiring Tyler Blackshaw. Tyler. Good morning. How are you? Good morning. Slowly. It's great to be with you. Thanks for coming on the show. Congratulations on the new job. I mean, you've been around if you know the the foundation you You've been a player in it on the board of directors everything for years, So it's a natural fit. But so what's the next step here for for Well before we can get to the next step, Let's start this. There's There's always people go away. Okay, The Joe knocks off foundation have heard of it. What does it do? What's your mission? I kind of laid it out there. But we're where is it? And where is it going? Yes. So the the overall foundation. Really. It's the tangible things that Joe lived out that we're now carrying forward in his memory. So there's three primary fast. Let's do it. What you talked about the Joe Nuxhall Miracle League field there can of the biggest flashiest Pete. We have two rubberized baseball fields for individuals with disabilities. We have players aged as young as four all the way up to 76 playing the game of baseball and we actually got some adult league games tonight. Going on. We added an 18 hole acceptable mini golf course to that facility is Well, it's entirely wheelchair accessible. Lots of community support there. We also have the Joe Nuts all Memorial Scholarship fund. We, uh, fund to scholarships to all 14 Butler County high schools every single year for the past 35 years. Joe started his golf outing and we've actually got our golf outing coming up 36th annual on on August 30th. And we're nearing the $1 million mark of scholarship money distributed, which is just fantastic. And then finally, the character education fund, which anybody who knew Joe knew that he had a passion for character, education and character development. So we underwrite programs, character programming in the local school districts and deliver some programming ourselves. Yeah, that is awesome, and that's a lot going on right there. And, yeah, What? What? What year was he was the foundation was inaugural year. Yes. So the miracle leagues actually opened in 2012. The character education fund has been around for a long time. Since then, we brought everything under the nuts All foundation umbrella Back in 2019 and Kim knocks All Joe's son who anybody in the Cincinnati area likely knows Kim and loved him just as much as they love Joe. And I'm at the top of that lib. Kim has really carried forward this legacy since he retired as an educator, But he's done this, you know, for for a long time, and we're thinking about how do we carry this forward? Not just three or four years from now, but decades from now, how do we make sure that people know who Joe Nuxhall was what he stood for, and and that's really what this move is all about. What caused Joe to do that back in the day Go. You know what we need a field for those who are have have challenges, physical, mental or otherwise, and why that particular cause for him? That's pretty cool story. So Kim actually his son saw on HBO documentary on a Miracle League field that was built by a community in Georgia. So they were the young girl named Lauren, who had brittle bone disease and you know, she, like, like most kids would bring home Flyers. From school, you know, for soccer League Baseball League basketball leagues and her mom would have to tell her Lauren. You can't play. We don't have a place that can do that. So the community comes together. And build this Miracle League field that provides those accessible recreational opportunities. So Kim sees the documentary. If you know Kim, you know he's a crier, and and he he cries While he's watching it. He takes it to Joe and Joe cried more than anybody and, of course, This really touched Joe's heart. It really, really kind of opened up his eyes to a new world that many of us don't even know exist. And Joe kind of resolved himself in that moment that we're going to make this thing happen. So we started doing some fundraising and like you mentioned in the intro. Unfortunately, Joe passed in in 2000 and seven, but we opened the fields in 2012 weeks. We've got lots of tributes to Joe there and really, if you want to feel close to Joe Knox all go to the miracle League fields, and you'll really feel his presence and what happens there all the time. You know, between a you guys in the Reds Community Fund and others. I can't imagine a city a major league city, putting more into stuff behind the scenes, but both from a, um I guess a a sanction and in your case, you know, it's Joe always associate with the Reds, obviously, but It's something that he wanted to do on his own. Um, we really put a lot of game into the baseball here in Cincinnati. Yeah, in and I think that the important parties that you know we are trying to give every player with every disability every chance to play the game of baseball. Baseball isn't just for the guys who were walking off winds last night. It's a great American ballpark. It's for players who have significant disabilities. I mean, Scott, you'd be amazed we have players who You know, some who are using walkers figured around. We have others who are in wheelchairs. We have automatic baths that are developed to help them swing if they can't we even have a player who is blind and uses a device called a beat ball. So it actually makes like a beeping noise. And once it's released from the pitcher's hand they can. They can pick up the sound and know when to swing and it's just amazing to see the the types of opportunities we can give players when we just come together as a community and think about what we can do. That's incredible on the show. This morning. 700 w. 11 in the home of the Red's Tyler Bradshaw is a new executive director. The Joe Nuxhall Foundation, which includes a whole bunch of things, including what we're talking about the Miracle League fields in Fairfield. Um, the Hope Center will get to a second. So if you have a child with special needs, if you have a child that that fits in this category How do you get involved in the program? Yeah, So if you have a child, we actually have partner organizations that run our league. The Greater Miami Valley Y YMCA. Does our youth league programming and then therapeutic recreation as a group that does our adult league programming..

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"joe pass" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

02:43 min | 1 year ago

"joe pass" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"When you showed me how I could take money and provide a guaranteed stream until my spouse ride the second of us die money that cannot be impacted by all this crazy stuff you're saying on the news. They literally said to us. We're like new people. We have this weight lifted off our shoulders because it's not a matter of. Can we retire? It's now a matter of we can, and this is where the money's going to come from. Well, I think these things have been painted in a very bad light based on what I was talking about before the your grandpas annuity where he started income stream. Let's say Joe gives us a million dollars 20 years ago, and we create a lifetime income for him. And six months later, Joe passes away. If we did it wrong 20 years ago, Not today, but 20 years ago, they didn't get a dime. His beneficiaries didn't get a dime. After that. You would never do that. Today. These annuities are met. Quite a few of them are meant to generate not only lifetime income but increasing income to keep pace with inflation, and they've developed quite a number of ways to keep the cost. Extremely low, if not at zero, and the other thing to say there is while we you the lies. Annuity is quite a bit to do that Same thing. You go back to this there another good? No bad. Well, they've been painted poorly because they're just you know, they're sold and I say that they are sold in a vacuum. Hey, do this because this is why it's so different When we say Well, if you take this money that has all of this risk, you put it in a bucket that eliminates the market risk. That eliminates to a degree, some of that inflationary risk because that income can grow over time. And then you say this is where your paychecks going to come from just one of the pieces to the puzzle. It's that's it. But to your point also, Mike what you're just saying about how this annuity the annuity of 2021. It's not your grandpas annuity or the new It is even 10 years ago. Is that not the entire financial and retirement planning process? Nothing. Today is the same as it was 10 20 years ago, Right? Absolutely. You see a lot of the guys the talking heads on TV. They're trying to sell you something else. Oh, these were bad. These are bad, But let me tell you when you really take a look at it as part of a well thought out financial plants. Sometimes we don't even need to use them other times. What a great value they bring when we could show you how to lower risk and increase your income over time. That's the goal. That's the goal was every single plan that you guys build for all the folks that come to your office, looking for different strategies and opportunities ways to invest their money working to help ensure that it won't run out in their retirement years. It's the kind of plan that Mike Colby, their entire team built for everybody in their office and they can build.

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"joe pass" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

06:15 min | 2 years ago

"joe pass" Discussed on 710 WOR

"Florence Ballard. And, of course, the great Diana Ross. Mary Wilson has died at the age of 76 years old and Len, I mean, you were You know, I know the Supremes just because everyone knows them. But you were around when they first broke through. What was it like to hear the Supremes the first time before anyone else had heard them when they when you first heard him on the radio, you know what Now? What year would they have broken through for the first time? So you know, I certainly remember there was that 60 early sixties early sixties. I certainly member their Hey day because they were they were huge. I mean, every song was a hit kiss. We could go on and on and on and on. Come on. You probably fill up the whole segment with Supremes hits. I mean, they were. They were great. I mean, they they were just you know, there were the height of Motown. Come on. They were great. Absolutely. In fact, one of the great moments of the theater on the Broadway theater I had was, I went to the opening of Motown. The musical. I can't say It was a very good show, to be honest with you. But Everybody in the audience was a Motown icon. Diana Ross was there. Stevie Wonder. I was gonna say, Marvin Gaye, but he wasn't there. Some of the the original Jackson five, but they were there. About the types and the temps. Yeah, they were held attempts were there and Mary Wilson. She was there. And at the end of the show, all those Motown icons got up on stage Natalie and they all started doing their songs. It was. It was a Motown re union. Everything I was seated right behind Berry Gordy, the founder, Motown and Diana Ross. Now you may know very guardian, Diana Ross. They had a tempestuous, tempestuous I should say affair, right? And there were rumors that you know the break up was very ugly. So City behind Diana and Berry. And there's a scene in the play where Berry Gordy is forcing Diana Ross to have an abortion. Well. Whoa! And I saw him watching the real. I'm watching. The actors played Berry Gordy in diary. You're looking at them dramatic, and then then I'm looking at them to see what they do it and they held hands and buried, leaned over and kissed her on the top of her head. Just give us kind of a nice moment that all was forgiven. They got past it so anyway, Mary Wilson, co founder of the legendary Supremes, one of the great groups of all time, Come on, let's play a little bit more, a little bit more music. What? Don't you want more? And one more. I mean, this one was huge, too. How man I remember. I remember the first It's a Motown TV specials. I was first time I ever saw Michael Jackson do the moonwalk and I went. Whoa, baby, it was like, anyway, they were the Supremes. But you have to say, by the way that Diana Ross and Mary Wilson they had they had a very difficult relationship, too. I mean, the story of the Supremes is not a happy one because they all started out as equals. But Diana was frankly, you know, just more attractive than the other two and she became the superstar and the jealousy and the envy and the resentment that built up their broke the group apart. If you want to hear if you want to see a great Broadway musical, and that way you'll know this one dream girls. Dream girls is based is based on the Supremes, and they're very difficult relationship and that's a great musical Dreamgirls. I saw that show. I saw the original. Yeah, that was good. Yeah, but generally speaking of Broadway Joe Allen restaurant on 46 3 Big Broadway hangout. I'm sure you knew Joe passed away at the age of 87. But you said something a little earlier that we can't wait to hear the details on that. You. Michael Riedel were banned from Jo Alan, is that you? I lived at Joe Allen and or so and his barb arson trolley, which was above or so I lived there for years. I mean, almost every night. I was eating there back in the day. And one night I'm up there in Barson Trolley. And, uh, a couple of five is about to leave a couple of stagehands and a couple of box office. Guys come in. Hey, Michael. Let's buy you a drink, cause I always loved the stage hands of the box office guys. So you know, they bought me a few drinks. I was a little bit of my cups and then Philip Seymour Hoffman he was starring in death of a salesman on Broadway Him he hadn't made this story just gets better and better don't believable. Esso Lovett name. So Philip Seymour Hoffman came in with the cast of death of a salesman and they plop down in there, Booth and I'd heard how good he was in the show hadn't opened yet, but I heard my spies were telling me it zone amazing performance. So as I was getting up to leave, and that was a little wobbly have to say I thought it would go over and say hello. He never met me before. So I went over to his booth. And I had heard that his dying scene at the end. You know, the last thing before Willy Loman kills himself was incredibly moving. Not now. I can't have you ruin it for me. I had no idea whether you like welfare. I meant to say I meant to say I cannot wait. To see your performance. But what I said was, I cannot wait to see you die, And then I collapsed onto him. He got extremely ornery and And I, and then I sort of got a little belligerent back to him. And then a little bit of a little fight ensued. And the next thing I knew I little fight what could defied a little fight. I can't remember to be honest with you, but it got like, Oh, you're not a fighter, so you couldn't have had much in? Yeah, I mean punch first, who punched first day memories. Memories of Michael. Real.

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interview With Rik Emmett

The Eddie Trunk Podcast

07:50 min | 2 years ago

interview With Rik Emmett

"Welcome back. It's Eddie trunk on this week's podcast. Thank you so much for listening We start off as mentioned with Rik Emmett of triumph coming up second and just a bit. It'll be Rachel Bolan of skid row a very, very deluxe expanded double dip addition to great interviews for you this week I. Hope you enjoy him. We start with RIK Emmett right now. How are you rick? I'm Great Eddie how are you? Good how you in Canada how are you home? Yeah, yeah I live in Burlington, which is sort of a western city suburb, of Toronto and It's been great here. Actually you know it's I haven't minded sort of being isolated and. You know it hasn't had too much effect at actually allow me to become a little bit more creative so I've been enjoying myself. Well that's the thing you know all this pandemic time all the artists I've been talking to all seem to have a different take. Some are really chomping at the bit to go out there and do things and others are enjoying the reconnect with family and not used to being home. This long others are taking the time to do really creative things. Right record do streaming videos what what's been the focus for you. In this time I mean you you are semi retired from touring anyway weren't you? Yeah I had sort of stepped back from touring at the beginning of twenty nineteen. So I was getting used to it and I had told my agent. Well, you know I'll go out and try if you want to necessarily have to fly two gigs. But if you put some stuff together that can drive to maybe I'll try some of that and then along came covert thing and those got bumped and canceled and so but I was already getting used to being off the road. anyways. So I don't really miss the road and I mean. I do Miss Playing And and having that I interaction with the crowd and that energy you know but I don't miss you know airplanes and hotels and taxi cabs and all the rest of it. You know a And the thing. That's weird. Eddie like it was almost like a retirement was a great career move for me because. Round Hill records was putting out the triumph stuff said, he would you like us to put a all your back catalog and I went well sure that it'd be great. It's nice to have somebody believing me. So all of the albums that I made after I left triumphed they've just digitally released him and then I was sitting around going I. Think you know I still want record and stuff when I was writing tunes in When I in nineteen, sixty, two, I don the Bob Dylan record, it was just called Bob Dylan and it was just a cousteau Qatar voice voices. You know all my years I've never really done a whole album like that. So I'm going to do a project like that. So I put that out on my website and then I I was. Writing a book of poetry and it looks like a publisher wants to make a deal so that I can do book of poetry and a memoir. So it's like one thing led to another thing about to nosing before I. Knew It. I had like a completely full calendar, and now of course you know I'm doing all of this promos on calling you. What is what is strung out troubadours I saw link for that. What is after the newest thing you're doing? Now Strung out troubadours was a thing. There was a guy named Dave Dunlop who played in my band and he actually went try and fly the reunion Gig in. Sweden in an Oklahoma Day was actually in the in the triumph hand as well playing rhythm. Guitar and Stuff. So Dave and I had a little duo thing like a lot of times my touring and got to the point where I was doing a lot of solo stuff I wanted something else and so I use the piano player for a while and then I kinda got the edge to have a little bit more of a rock and roll approach. So two guitars made it a little bit more kind of versatile and so Dave is the guy and we did it for you and then I said, Hey, you know what? We should do an album together and put it out. We can sell it at emerge table, and so that was the birth of the troubadours and we did three albums. and. Yeah Round Hill bought my rights out to those days still has his side of it. He he didn't sell them. So he stands to make some more mechanical royalty. Whatever there is to be made these days, right Yeah. So I wanNA talk to you. I. WanNa ask you some triumph stuff of course but before. But before that, let's let's let me cover the reason you're calling which you mentioned the release of your albums after triumph ended for you and I think rick that people would probably be surprised to learn how many records there are, and there were a lot of people that sort of. Categorized what you did after triumph as being a jazz guitar, but that's not all you did. You really ventured into a lot of different styles. So for people that especially here in America that maybe didn't follow all that closely some of the stuff you did after triumph tell everybody what you did musically, and how many records there are in the different journeys those records took you on. Okay well, you know settle in folks make yourself a cup of coffee. This is a long story. There there was thirteen that round hill made a deal for and they ran the gamut and when I first got of triumph. So a little bit of sort of ancient history here left eighty eight. I actually made three albums for an indie either had a distribution through universal and in Canada. And those sort of started an evolution or You know I don't know a a mutation change from being sort of Iraqi. Guy To kinda be in a singer Songwriter Guy and that took me from eighty nine through to about ninety five six. And then I sort of had enough. I. I was I mean the industry had changed You know the whole thing of being sort of in an arena rock band. It's kind of converted to an MTV banned through the eighties that was dying off and there was the rise of Nirvana and soundgarden and so radio had gone in a different direction and I try and thing just seemed like it was over for me you know so I left made those three records in there and I got to the point where I went. Okay. This doesn't really seem to be working for me either and it's not really why I left triumph. In the first place I just want to indulge myself creatively artistically and I don't care if I make money or not This is not a question of chasing career. This is a question of sort of. Chasing what art in music and the music is is pulling me towards calling me. You know. So I, one was a classical guitar instrumental record next one in very short succession was a blues rock and kind of a thing because really that was like where I cut my teeth when I was first learning electric guitar was the whole Eric Clapton Jimmy Page Jeff Beck thing these guys out of the yardbirds then back into the Chicago Blues and down the Delta all of the you know the the same path that those guys went soon as you discover them, you go back down the path that they did too. So you know And then the next record was sort of top jazz because that was the next thing that happened in my life I went to college for one semester in Jazz Music Program but at the time, I was heavily deeply into everything from west, Montgomery to Charlie bird to Joe Pass and so Yeah you know swinging and that comes on playing blues and so those were the first three records I made real quick

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House in 'The Golden Girls' Is Up for Sale

The Bobby Bones Show

00:47 sec | 2 years ago

House in 'The Golden Girls' Is Up for Sale

"The golden girls houses for sale. For three million dollars. The homemade, famous and outdoor shots for the golden girls can be yours for about. Three million dollars to nine nine nine. The irritating thing as you go, and you're like man. I want to get this house. mccolm over to the Golden Girls House but the sides probably not made like the inside of the TV show right, and then people are always gonNA drive by Your House because I driven by the Golden Girls House. Is in California. Reeling yeah so there. The House was not located in Miami but Angeles. Yeah. Joe Pass it and. I've also gone by the full House so. When you buy those places, you have to be prepared for people wanting to come and take a picture on the front, or whatever

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Heart doctor shot, killed on bike outside Houston medical center

Red Eye Radio

02:01 min | 4 years ago

Heart doctor shot, killed on bike outside Houston medical center

"Turmoil drive-by bike shooting I'm Barbara Kusak the FBI is in possession of a recording, between President Trump and his former personal, attorney Michael Cohen where the two men discussed a payment to a former playboy model in the months, before the twenty sixteen election Connecticut democratic Senator Richard Blumenthal says the tapes could be used. Against the president the tapes made by Michael Cohen could be a gold mine for prosecutors because they are Trump's own choice and that is the most powerful evidence in. Any even if it's just yes or, no the coast guard and he has be are investigating Thursday's duck boat accident on a. Lake near Branson Missouri, that claimed seventeen. Lives that weather had set in at the time of the accident but another duck boat in the water at the time managed to get to shore. Federal officials have warned tourists about the. Dangers of these boats for nearly twenty years a Texas doctor who treated former President George h W Bush. Was killed in a drive by bike shooting outside a Houston hospital Houston executive assistant chief of police Troy thinner explains what went down the doctor was northbound on a. Bicycle and a sixty seven hundred block of may The suspect was. On a bicycle as well Joe pass. Row pass the doctor tired five two shots the doctor made it went down a fifty three year old grandfather has been arrested in the death of a two year old girl accidentally shot and. Killed by her cousin in south southern California he was taken into custody on suspicion of child endangerment and. Being, a felon in possession of a firearm congress abandoning an, effort to clamp down on the, Chinese, telecom giant, z. t. e. the move essentially green lights the Trump administration's deal to save the, company which was. Accused of selling. Sensitive information the hostile regimes I'm Barbara Kusak I'm a college student. And could use advice about my student loan.

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Why Miranda Lambert Refused to Discuss Gwen Stefani Publicly for So Long

Colleen and Bradley

03:02 min | 4 years ago

Why Miranda Lambert Refused to Discuss Gwen Stefani Publicly for So Long

"Is brought to you by credit karma joe jackson has been laid to rest and apparently there is a long list of celebrities who turned down an invitation to pay respect to the data of the famous jackson family some of the stars allegedly that turned down the invite range from bruno mars jay z diana ross quincy jones paul mccartney salim dion liza minelli and more and according to a source list is very long of those who said they can't make it interesting joe passed away last week after being diagnosed with colon cancer last year yeah we've been seeing some pictures come out from the family memorial and notably janet was there and we've seen pictures of michael's children and we know that he has been laid to rest in the same cemetery where michael is also laid to rest right very interesting reciting miranda lambert refused to do press to promote her post blake shelton divorce album the weight of these wings because she knew she'd be asked about shelton's relationship with gwen stefani now she held no press vows but she broke them and it had well a predictable outcome she said i got on the phone for the first interview first question was how do you feel about glen then she hung up the phone and she explained that the themes on her record the weight of these wings reflected who she was at that moment in time but admitted she can't stay the same person forever so she was like listen to the album you'll get your answers they're interesting don't wanna talk about it i mean yeah i don't think that that's fair for people to go to that place i yeah with her because she is her own artist and she has her own views and i think i would be frustrated if i had just released an album and the first thing that thing that somebody asked me about was my ex husband's new girlfr friend exactly slap in the face yeah just because blake shelton and gwen stefani are playing up their relationship to the tabloids doesn't mean that you are necessarily playing your personal life same way so lazy to start with that right that's just lazy exact scarlett johansson has a new movie lined up she's gonna start a movie called rub and tug wow yes k based on the true story of a woman who ran a mafia connected massage parlors in pittsburgh and the seventies and eighties what that is i think we all know what that's going to be all about with that title one can only guess finally big news of the day because it is bird david foster and catherine feed will they are engaged after he popped the question during their european vacation i was looking at pictures of them boy they look happy i want i would be happy to if i had a big diamond on my finger and i was hanging out in southern italy yeah but then but then i'd have to be married to say also keep in mind the company yeah that's true well everything has a cost.

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