35 Burst results for "John J."

Respect for Marriage Act Will Impact Your Priest, Preachers & You

ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes

01:52 min | 21 hrs ago

Respect for Marriage Act Will Impact Your Priest, Preachers & You

"Lot going on up on Capitol Hill. That's going to impact your preacher. Now, I suspect a good many of you actually are regular church attenders you go to mass, maybe you go to synagogue, you go to church, whenever the doors are open, if you're a baptist, well you got Sunday morning, then you got Sunday school, and then you got Sunday discipleship training and then Sunday Night services, and then you've got Wednesday, prayer meeting service. Baptist go to church a lot. What can I tell you? But the reality is you folks who go to church, what's happening up on Capitol Hill today is going to impact you and you need to be very, very, very, very concerned. About what the Republicans are going to be up to. And you say, well, Tom, wait a second. I thought the Democrats were in charge of the. So yes, they are in charge. But 12 Republican senators, including Willard Mitt Romney and Lisa Murkowski, have sided with the Democrats to advance the respect for marriage act. Now, here's what we're looking for and we're waiting for. We are waiting for the vote, but we're also waiting for an amendment a vote on an amendment senator Mike Lee and Marco Rubio among others have urged their colleagues to insert language that would protect your preachers because as it now stands. If this law goes into effect, if this law happens, if Joe Biden signs his John Hancock on the piece of paper, then your pastor and your church would be subjected to lawsuit, so if let's just say a gay activist comes and they say, hey, we want to be married in your church and you say, well, we can't do that because you know we're Presbyterian or whatever. And they could, at that point, under this law, sue you.

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Bernie Brillstein Sad Tale of John Belushi’s Last Days

AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch

02:44 min | 1 d ago

Bernie Brillstein Sad Tale of John Belushi’s Last Days

"We're sitting at the palm one day and my manager is telling him, hey, this is my man AJ, we got a lot of things planned and gossiped and TV show that and Bernie was listening. As he's picking food off the plate, and I said to him, can I ask you about John Belushi? And my manager Howard, you know, kind of kicking my knee under the table as if to say, come on, come on. No, no, no. But I could tell Bernie would be cool. And he said to me, yeah, kid, what do you want to know? And before I could ask a pointed question, Bernie launched into how difficult it was at the end to manage John the addict. Not the talent. To manage the addict. And one story stick stuck with him forever. And you could sense it when he told the story. It was kind of, I guess, customary for managers back then to well, maybe John asked him whatever, but Bernie had kept a bunch of money in his safe that John had earned, and he kept a bunch of it in a safe, so John wouldn't waste it on shit. He was looking out for him. And at one point, during his really crazy, hazy drug days, he visited Bernie and he wanted that money from the safe. He asked for 1500 bucks in cash, and Bernie said, no, no, I'm not going to give it to you, John. You're going to waste it you're going to blow it on drugs, bullshit. You got a lot of things happening. You got a movie script. You got two movies waiting for you. There was a movie he wanted him to make called the joy of sex. There was the fatty arbuckle movie and Bernie was thinking about all that money coming in. And 1500 bucks on a Friday night or whatever the fuck it was. No, that could be a bunch of problems. But John kept bugging him. It's my money, Bernie. It's my money, Bernie. I'm not going to give you the money. You're going to use it on drugs, John. But eventually, he relented and as he said to me, what can I do? It's his money. He earned it. How could I keep it from him? So he relented and later that day he gave Belushi the cash and the rest is history. He spent that money on a bunch of drugs, cocaine and heroin, and that's how he died later at the chateau marmont. Injecting a speedball into his arm. So Bernie always felt somewhat responsible for that death.

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How John Belushi Met Manager Bernie Brillstein

AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch

01:02 min | 1 d ago

How John Belushi Met Manager Bernie Brillstein

"So the first time Bernie brillstein met John Belushi was 15 minutes before the first taping of SNL. Two days before that, NBC's legal department sent Belushi an employment agreement and Belushi was worried because of a small clause that said NBC had the right to cancel his contract if he were disfigured. Now, you have to understand that cameras are ready to roll. And John still hadn't signed the contract. And an NBC executive was like pleading with brillstein and John to sign the agreement and Belushi leaned over to brillstein and said, would you sign this contract? And Bernie said, I designed the fucking contract, sign it. You can always break it. Let's make millions. You're just not going to find guys like that anymore. So that was the beginning of a very long and close relationship. While almost like father and son,

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Antisemitism Is So Satanic

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:37 min | 1 d ago

Antisemitism Is So Satanic

"If you want to know, this is always fascinating to me. We were mentioning the black Israelites, who are insane. They are absolute anti semites. Total anti semites. Nick Fuentes, who some people call a white supremacist, total anti semite. Anti semitism is so satanic that whenever you go over the edge into super crazy evil, you always bump into anti semitism. If you want my view on anti semitism, read my biography of Dietrich bonhoeffer, where I think I make pretty clear the Christian view of anti semitism. What I guess, what I want to point out to people, even if you don't want to think about the morality of antisemitism in the wake of something like the Holocaust. Consider that being Amy semitic is like getting a lobotomy for your movement. You're cutting off the all the smart people. All this money people, but I don't just mean Jews. I mean people like me when I were friendly with Jews who grew up around you who liked Jewish people who are attracted by the sophisticated Irving cosmopolitan culture that Jewish people tend to be involved with. We like all that. You're cutting us off too. None of us are going to have anything to do with you because you are programmatically an intentionally stupid and morally obtuse. All at the same time. So bye bye. So if you're talking about trying to create a an effective conservative movement, don't cut off your frontal lobe by adopting stupid crass any semitic idiocy. I don't know how to be any clearer. Yeah,

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John Zmirak and Eric Discuss E. Michael Jones' Antisemitism

The Eric Metaxas Show

03:06 min | 1 d ago

John Zmirak and Eric Discuss E. Michael Jones' Antisemitism

"Years ago, I read some of E Michael Jones's books. And again, this is what Nick Fuentes is kind of following, right? I read some of his books and he wrote one called degenerate moderns. It was brilliant. He wrote another one about architecture and another one, I forget. But brilliant stuff, right? And so I visited him in his home and I didn't see the anti semitic side of him until right around that time, a friend of mine, doctor Jeffrey sat in over, wrote a brilliant book, he is a genius psychiatrist, he has a degree in quantum physics. One of the smartest people I know, not a Christian, but he wrote an amazing book from the point of view of a psychiatrist who had dealt with people struggling with same sex attraction. And it really an amazing, amazing book, sat in over his last name. And so I interviewed him and reviewed it ostensibly for E Michael Jones magazine. He hardly printed anything of what I wrote. He cut almost everything. And then he wrote a review that was effectively anti semitic. And I will never, ever, ever forget it. I read it and I thought, this, this can be, this is the whole, the whole review of this great book, which was homosexuality and the politics of truth by Jeff sat in over hinged on really an anti semitic idea. And that's when I realized 27 years ago, uh oh, I don't know that I can spend any more time. You're telling me Nick Fuentes who just had dinner with the president is following you, Michael. Right. That's right. And I'll just explain briefly to your readers. Michael Jones is a theological Jew hater. He doesn't hate them racially. He doesn't believe in Nazi crackpot racialism. He believes that any one of the Jewish people who does not accept Jesus is the moral equivalent of the sadducees and that he takes literally the statement, let their blood be upon us and upon our children. He channels the old old anti semitism of some of the church fathers and some people in the Middle Ages. He takes all that, not as a historical tragedy and abuse, but as an authoritative part of the Christian tradition. And he describes the Jews who did not follow Jesus as the synagogue of Satan and the mystical body of Antichrist. That has existed ever since the death of our lord. And as a sort of satanic counter church. And so he blames Jews for pornography, even though the Marquis de Sade was not Jewish. He blames them for abortion. Margaret Sanger was not Jewish. He manages to act as if the Jewish people by not accepting Jesus became Antichrist. And

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'Welcome to Crazy Town' With Eric and John Zmirak

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:23 min | 1 d ago

'Welcome to Crazy Town' With Eric and John Zmirak

"To crazy town. I'm not going to John's mere trying to process the crazy. We were just talking about Donald Trump letting people into his life, whom he ought not to let into his life. And I think he never admits he's made a mistake or it's almost like a policy with him, don't apologize. Most of which I agree with actually because in many cases, when you do that, people just attack you more. But I will say this. You know, you have to consider to whom your apologizing if it's the woke mob that's slathering for blood, you know, you let it go. But when it comes to the neocons that he appointed, this is 6 years ago, I don't believe he understood what he was facing. I don't understand that he understood he's facing a deep state, a uni party people that are really basically against him and they're kind of coming on board almost to manage him and to make sure he can't achieve his agenda and to some extent he has spoken out against a number of them. But in any event, we have to go back to Nick Fuentes because this is the other end of the spectrum. This is somebody that Trump never never, never ought to have allowed to, you know, have a photo or a dinner. He needs to have a better filter. My fear, okay? My fear is that this terrible mistake of inviting this pitiful incel weirdo next fun days. That this will simply be used by the rhinos in his own entourage and family and circle, the rhinos who do surround him, this will be used to keep out real conservatives. So this will be used to limit the influence of somebody great like Steve Bannon or Mike lyndell or you because this will get you what this does is it feeds into the narrative that there is this dangerous far right movement out there. And we have to avoid being tarred by it, okay? Donald, we can't be tarred by association with this growing dangerous movement. None of which is true. Nick Fuentes is not leader of a dangerous movement. He is a cult figure for a small number of disaffected 20 year olds with nothing better to do than watch videos that make Holocaust jokes

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John Zmirak and Eric Discuss Kanye West

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:29 min | 1 d ago

John Zmirak and Eric Discuss Kanye West

"Lot of people tune into this program because we want to help them process what's going on. So we don't have to talk about it right away. But I want to make it very clear. Nick Fuentes, bad. This is something this is an example of sloppiness and bad staffing in the Trump organization. Recently, Donald Trump had dinner with Kanye West. That's a mistake right there, okay? Kanye West, when he was preaching the gospel of leading powerful Christian services, there was hope that this man had had a profound conversion and might have a powerful impact on the culture. But you always be careful with zealous new converts. You don't let them take over. That's what happened among conservatives. We let the neoconservatives, a lot of them ex communists, they came in. They were super smart. They were super articulate. We let them come into the movement. They took over and put America at war in the Middle East for 30 years. You don't let it's nice at the town poker gets religion. But you let her be in the back for a while, I'd really assimilate. You don't let her start preaching sermons right up top and take over the church's budget. Letting Kanye West be a major figure among conservatives and Christians was always dangerous because the guys kind of like Elvis Presley kind of like Michael Jackson, a super rich super famous guy surrounded by yes men. Anybody who speaks realistically tries to whisper truth in his ear, he will send them away. He has no restraining influences. So he's going to do and say, crazy stuff. Like apparently Kanye is now endorsing the black Hebrew, Israelites. These are the people you see in Times Square with giant signs saying that Obama was literally the Antichrist and that blacks are the real Jews and that John, where did you, this is such bad news. And I feel bad. Listen, I love Kanye, he's a sweet soul, but he is clearly, he's got to choose and he does not just as you said, doesn't seem to have people around him to help him to let him know like don't get near that. And by the way, don't say anything infinitely stupid like the Jews or anything. I mean, it's just so sick when people say stuff like that. It's astonishing to me.

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Day 333 of The Bible in a Year: Peter Is Rescued From Prison

The Bible in a Year

02:13 min | 1 d ago

Day 333 of The Bible in a Year: Peter Is Rescued From Prison

"The acts of the apostles, chapter 12. James killed, and Peter imprisoned by Herod. About that time Herod the king laid violent hands upon some who belonged to the church, he killed James, the brother of John with the sword. And when he saw that it pleased the Jews, he proceeded to arrest Peter also. This was during the days of unleavened bread, and when he had seized him, he put him in prison and delivered him to four squads of soldiers to guard him, intending after the Passover to bring him out to the people. So, Peter was kept in prison, but Ernest prayer for him was being made to God by the church. An angel rescues Peter from prison. That very night, when Herod was about to bring him out, Peter was sleeping between two soldiers bound with two chains and sentries before the door were guarding the prison. And behold, an angel of the lord appeared, and a light shone in the cell, and he struck Peter on the side and woke him saying, get up quickly. And the chains fell off his hands, and the angel said to him, dress yourself and put on your sandals, and he did so. And he said to him, wrap your cloak around you and follow followed him, he did not know that what was done by the angel was real, but thought he was seeing a vision. When they had passed the first and the second guard, they came to the iron gate leading into the city. It opened to them of its own accord, and they went out and passed on through one street, and immediately the angel left him. And Peter came to himself and said, now I am sure that the lord has sent his angel and rescued me from the hand of Herod, and from all that the Jewish people were expecting. When he realized this, he went to the house of Mary, the mother of John, whose other name was Mark, where many were gathered together and were praying, and when he knocked at the door of the gateway, I made named rhoda came to answer. Recognizing Peter's voice in her joy, she did not open the gate, but ran in and told that Peter was standing at the gate. They said to her, you are mad. But she insisted that it was so. They said, it is his angel. But Peter continued knocking, and when they opened, they saw him and were amazed. But motioning to them with his hand to be silent, he described to them how the lord had brought him out of the prison, and he said, tell this to James, and to the brethren. Then he departed, and went to another place.

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Bahamas AG Defends Its Crypto Savvy in Wake of FTX Crash

The Breakdown

01:53 min | 1 d ago

Bahamas AG Defends Its Crypto Savvy in Wake of FTX Crash

"To sum up where we left off, the last non interview show was Saturday November 19th. At that point, we had discussed how the $420 million meme raise went directly into Sam's pockets, how Sam's white collar crime lawyers had fired him as a client, how the SEC, the CFTC, and the DoJ all said their investigating, and how new CEO chief overseeing the restructuring John ray claimed that the bahamian bankruptcy was at odds with the U.S. process and further that given that The Bahamas asked for FTX to transfer some assets to them after the chapter 11 bankruptcy was declared that they might actively be compromised as well. And this gets us to one of the stranger dimensions of this whole conflict, which is the international dimension. On Sunday Night, Ryan pinder, who's The Bahamas attorney general, as well as the senator and the minister for legal affairs, made a national address detailing the nation's view of the FTX collapse. One might hope that he would use this as a chance to denounce the fraudulent practices that the company perpetuated. But, alas. That is not what we saw. Instead, pinder characterized the collapse as a quote insolvency crisis, which has been, quote, experienced around the world in practically every sector. He claimed the case should be properly understood as a quote very large business failure as a result of questionable internal management practices and corporate governance. He viewed the catalyst of the FTX collapse as the exchange suffering a liquidity crunch or a run on the bank. And of course, we've seen this framing in media sources as well. Basically blaming binance CEO CZ for instigating a bank run on a competitor and treating the collapse as a normal corporate failure rather than asking why FTX failed to be able to service customer withdrawals, especially given that their terms of service laid out the customer funds were held on trust rather than used for other purposes. Now, sidebar, this is one of the most important things to be paying attention to right now. As relating this entire situation. It is extremely clear that Sam is trying to turn this story his FTX story into one of managerial and competence rather than fraud and deception. This is to be clear another lie.

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Buffalo gunman pleads guilty in racist supermarket massacre

AP News Radio

00:45 sec | 1 d ago

Buffalo gunman pleads guilty in racist supermarket massacre

"A gunman in Buffalo has pleaded guilty to the racist supermarket massacre earlier this year. This case is a poster child for swift justice. Erie county district attorney John Flynn at a news conference carried by W K B W after the white gunmen who killed ten black people at a buffalo supermarket last May pleaded guilty. Justice has been done today. But while justice has been accomplished, nothing will ever bring back the ten beautiful people who lost their lives on that day. Attorney Ben crump, who represents some of the victims families on a very difficult day. It was just gut wrenching. And it made you angry all over again. I'm Shelley Adler.

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Dinesh Reveals the Effects of Musk Derangement Syndrome

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

02:03 min | 2 d ago

Dinesh Reveals the Effects of Musk Derangement Syndrome

"Let's turn to mister Elon Musk because he is causing the left to have a freak out. And it's a little bit interesting to think about why. Is it because, well, one thought it occurred to me yesterday and that is that Elon Musk has been really focused. He's freeing speech on the one side, but he goes, I'm really going to crack down on Twitter on pedophiles on pedophiles. And this too has freaked out the left. It's kind of interesting to see. I mean, is it because there's a substantial fraction of pedophiles in the cultural left as Elon Musk kind of nuking a wing of the left that doesn't, you know, they can't openly say, well, we're pedophiles. So what they do is they pretend I'm gonna be, I'm gonna be leaving Twitter on principle. It could be a secret reason for the leftist freak out. Here's Alyssa Milano, who, by the way, used to be a huge Elon Musk fan. I have found it fascinating. You're a couple of Milano tweets. I'm in awe of Elon Musk. And then she goes on to thanks Elon Musk and Tesla. Elon Musk you're amazing. She says that she could have dinner with four people. She picked Jesus Roberto Clemente John Lennon and Elon Musk. And then more recently, here's Alyssa Milano. I gave back my Tesla. I bought the Volkswagen. I love it. Now, what's so weird about this is first of all, she's turned on Musk. Why? Because evidently he's for free speech. That alone is enough to set her off. Number two, she buys, let's call it the Nazi car. Why? Because Vogue, if you want to talk about history, Volkswagen was started under the Nazi regime, it's in fact the word volk is a very fascist term volk means, of course, people and the Nazis who were socialists talked about the people's car, Volkswagen, the wagon of the people. So here's a list of Milana while she doesn't really know about her, but nevertheless, part of she has MDS Musk the arrangements syndrome.

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 China's Xi faces threat from public anger over 'zero COVID'

AP News Radio

00:55 sec | 2 d ago

China's Xi faces threat from public anger over 'zero COVID'

"Many a month after granting himself new powers, China's leader Xi Jinping is facing the kind of public anger not seen for decades due to his zero COVID strategy. Demonstrators in Chengdu chanted and locked down and free speech, as well as make China great again as they gathered in the dark around candles in Shanghai protesters assembled along the streets, many chanting and filming a stream of police officers arriving to control the protests. Widespread demonstrations like these have not been seen in China since the army crushed the 1989 student led pro democracy movement in Beijing's Tiananmen Square, John Hopkins political analyst of says, however, the protests happening now are less of a threat to the government than the chairman uprising. Students and protesting that there's clear sign that the party leadership is divided. And

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John Berlau: 'Stocks and Cryptos Will Go Up and Down'

The Doug Collins Podcast

02:21 min | 2 d ago

John Berlau: 'Stocks and Cryptos Will Go Up and Down'

"Opposed to say a Facebook stock, which has thousands of other stocks out there, you know, a similar liking kind, if you would. Crypto is still considered neat. Crypto is still considered, I mean, if you ask a man on the street, ten people, I would be amazed if you got four people that actually understood crypto in Bitcoin and others and the markets how it works to start with possibly less than that. I understand what you're saying about it not affecting others. But the reality is, I think for newer investors, for those who are looking at, don't you think this could actually affect and if not, have we settled a little bit? I mean, maybe Facebook will shouldn't be at 300. It should be at a hundred. Maybe Bitcoin shouldn't have been at 60, it should have been at 16. Where do you see that? I think the big issues. I mean, going up and down generally stocks and cryptos going will go up and down. And that really isn't an issue for it's an issue for the maybe an issue for the individual investor. That's why it's important to diversify, but it's not an issue for public policy. One of the issues with cryptocurrency is that with exchanges you just because of the way the law actually you don't have the same rights as far as being able to access the crypto at whatever value it is. I mean, some exchanges are now doing things like proof of reserves, but generally if they go bankrupt your like an unsecured unsecured credit or rather than having access to that. And there are things that can be done like allowing banks and trust companies to offer trust accounts where there is what's called segregation of assets, but generally now the choice is either either doing that on an exchange where there are less controls about what they do with customer assets. And as far as in as far as legal rights and there are holding it in a wallet of what's called a cold wallet, digital wallet, where, you know, you don't have the risk of the exchange losing it or going by. But then you have other risks like remembering your password,

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FTX: Beyond the Headlines With John Berlau

The Doug Collins Podcast

01:30 min | 2 d ago

FTX: Beyond the Headlines With John Berlau

"Quick detour here because you brought this up and I was just reading this this morning. This environmental government issue that we're talking about ASC stuff is there's a lot of concern among Wall Street right now, especially going into directors meetings and elections or directors and some of the rulings that they can't block the groupings of here's the directors that the company is pushing here, the ones that the activist, if you would push, is this something that, again, any sort of branches all from what semi free was doing, is this a concern on or is it just mainly just fear of companies, but is there a real concern that activists and others who are pushing these agendas could get footholds on some of these large boards buying more than others? There is a real concern and it's going to be on top of sarbanes oxley and you know which the rush through after enron, which I've written about and affected earlier and died Frank, it's going to mean less companies go public in the first place or only go public when they're very big and who loses out from that. You know, mom and pop investor. And again, these agendas are going to be at the expense of the financial well-being of Joe and Jane for four-o-one-ks. It was kind of two sides at the same time. They allowed the SEC allowed fraud and an ESG firm to apparent fraud in ESG firm like FTX to faster and they're having their encouraging all these agendas that harm investor return.

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John Berlau Describes Sam Bankman-Fried's Well-Connected Family

The Doug Collins Podcast

02:11 min | 2 d ago

John Berlau Describes Sam Bankman-Fried's Well-Connected Family

"Bikeman free. I mean, this is, let's start with him. And I love your analysis there with a theranos issue which, by the way, I think is we are taping this is getting has been sentenced to prison time and all for what was going on with that. But I think it's an interesting analogy. How did someone of his age and I'm not taking back from age? I got no problem with somebody with great ideas. I don't care what your age is making a lot of money and but how did it go in a special industry such as this? Besides the democratic donor base besides some of the other stuff that they were throwing out a lot of money it places. One, how did he gain the money? I guess the thought that many people have. And then how did it become so quickly marketable in the political world? And then because there's reports that, you know, this issue has, you know, Ukrainian legs back to democratic donors. I mean, there's just all kinds of things going on here. Give us a little in front about him if you can. Right. Well, he is a pretty book smart guy and also smart at making social connections, but there's a saying knowledge doesn't even equal wisdom. But it also certainly helped the fact that he had prominent parents that his name is Sam bankman fried Barbara fried, headed to Silicon Valley pack that gave to democratic donors. And. Also his father, Joseph bankman, helped, according to fortune, draft tax legislation for senator Elizabeth Warren. So, I mean, basically Kevin O'Leary, mister wonderful on Shark Tank said, well, of course I trust him because his parents are compliance attorneys, but something to the effect. I'm paraphrasing what could go wrong. That's like trusting the biker with all the ingredients and never watching because nobody ever would think the biker would put something in there, you know? Exactly. Trust but verify as Ronald Reagan said in everything in politics and in business.

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Anunoby scores 12 of his 26 in 4th, Raptors top Mavs 105-100

AP News Radio

00:36 sec | 3 d ago

Anunoby scores 12 of his 26 in 4th, Raptors top Mavs 105-100

"Fred van vliet returned to the Toronto lineup and scored 26 points while OG got a nobi added 26 as well. If a one O 5 100 win against Dallas at Scotiabank arena. Van vliet was hot from the charity strike going 9 of ten after missing Wednesday's loss against Brooklyn with an illness. You know, you just got to try to get as many of these as you can early on in the season and continue to build and grow your team. And it'll be played 43 minutes and just shy of a double double, he added 9 rebounds. Luka Dončić had a jumper to close the raptors lead to one with just 18 seconds remaining, he finished with 24 points, the Mavericks head into Milwaukee to play the box Sunday. John Luther B Toronto

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How Emilio Esteves Helped Jon Bon Jovi Get His Oscar Nomination

Stephanie Miller's Happy Hour Podcast

01:31 min | 4 d ago

How Emilio Esteves Helped Jon Bon Jovi Get His Oscar Nomination

"Also, close personal friend of Bon Jovi, you were in his music videos, he was in young guns, et cetera that's right. How did that happen? So I was a fan of that song that he wrote called wanted dead or alive, and we listened to it during the first young guns. And Ali sheet is like patient zero. She was friendly with. And me too, from USC theater. She's the she was friends with John and Richie sambora, and she introduced John and I and John says, hey man, you know, I love young guns one. Can I be involved with youngsters? I said, you know, once you come out to New Mexico and we'll throw in cameo, he shows up in the middle of shooting and he says, hey, I wrote a song. I'd love to play it for you. And I said, oh my God, whatever. Sure. Yeah. How good could it be? Can I play it for you now? And he had it written on a piece of lined. Paper and he's sat down and played in the car and it was blazing glory. Wow. And I had the day off. And I said, get in the car. We drove to set. I said, there's the director and producers go in there and play it for them. And he did. And he was nominated for an Oscar. I think he won the Golden Globe for the song. And an entire album was born out of that experience. So yeah, he and I have been friends for a while, and it was I think that was his first solo album, was it?

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A Recipe for a Hollywood Fight

AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch

02:19 min | 5 d ago

A Recipe for a Hollywood Fight

"Michael viner was the owner of dove publishing. He had a number of decent books that came out in the 90s, the most famous one was you'll never make love in this town again. And when I was dating Jermaine Jackson's ex-wife, Margaret Maldonado. She was working for him at the time, but for Michael viner. And one day she sneaked me in early copy of this salacious book, and no one had seen it yet, Margaret got the proofs and begged me not to show or tell anyone about it. I said, no, no, I won't. I'm not going to write about it. I just want to read it myself, okay? So I go back to the hotel or wherever I was and start reading this book and the proofs and maybe two years ago, I read a couple of the more filthy chapters on this show. The book contains a bunch of stories written by three prostitutes and one actress about this sexual encounters with a bunch of different Hollywood celebrities. There was a Robin and Liza grier, Linda Hammond, and Alexandra daddy. And inside are all these lurid tales of what these girls discovered while having sex with the likes of Nicholson Warren Beatty, Don Henley, Bruce Willis, Robert Evans, John Claude Van Damme, Mickey Rourke, on and on. And a very, very detailed stories. Whether they're all true or not, I don't know. It's just the horrors point of view. So my jaw was on the floor when I started reading this. A couple of days later, I'm at Evans house for one of his great get togethers. Robert Shapiro, Geraldo Rivera, Jacqueline bessette, Beverly Johnson, Neil sedaka, a lot of luminaries in addition to the dynamic to all of Jack Nicholson and Warren Beatty, who are always at Evans house back in the 90s, and now I have all this information inside me bursting out and I don't know that Jack Warren and bob know about this. And then my eyes couldn't believe what I was seeing. The publisher Michael Weiner walks into the party. And he lived a few doors down from heaven, so it kind of made sense, but I know all this information from the book he published and I grabbed Margaret and I go, what the fuck is he doing here? She's like, what's the big deal? I go, he's publishing a book about what a few hookers have to say about a few of the men at this party. But balls on this guy,

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"john j." Discussed on The Crypto Market Watch

The Crypto Market Watch

05:09 min | Last week

"john j." Discussed on The Crypto Market Watch

"It. And they need to prove it. They can't prove it, can't prosecute him. So you could easily walk with this and come out with like billions of dollars, which would be an absolute travesty. Our job as the crypto space is to not allow that to happen. Yeah, I agree. And here's what I think is likely to happen. I think you've got another ten or 15 minutes. So what does this mean to the crypto space? Just quickly. I really need to celebrate. So I do want to go layer deep in the onion. In what sense? So we went high level. Dug into somewhere in the middle. Yeah. Do you want to go layer low or do we think? I think there's look, I just saw Adam Cochran's post. As usual, 85 tweets long or whatever. But he's checked the chain. So I think one of the things that's interesting is all of this is going to come out everything. Because at the base of it, it all come back to the blockchain in the end. And everything else, they were like, so that where it's got to, as of now, it might be used to, I think we should look at what implications this answer for crypto and where things might go from here. I'm sure also comment the fact that this story is far off from over. Yeah, I think you can get up to now, which is we've realized that it's all come out. I think the guy who is liquidating it did end wrong. He's called. Yeah, that's right. John J ray the third or something like that. And he's some Giga suit that comes in to mop up the mess when he basically said this is the worst example of corporate governance I've ever seen. And he did end wrong. And he did enron. And this is blown in out of the water. It was like insane. So it's a mess. I started this by saying, look, it's not crypto 'cause it's not unchained. But it is systemic. I think what crypto does is expose. Because of the high greed potential in space, because of the inflationary nonsense that's like totally possible with all the tools. It brings in,

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"john j." Discussed on WABE 90.1 FM

WABE 90.1 FM

01:34 min | 2 months ago

"john j." Discussed on WABE 90.1 FM

"Of three, it's not over yet. But the energy and the bleachers on the John J side has shifted. From elation to dread. Final set. We just need to step it up. Maybe make some changes. The fresh players hit the court with all the hustle and optimism they can muster. But they just can't turn it around. It was all coming down to like that one game. The Jaguars lose the third set, 25 to 16. And it's over. And then there are a lot of tears. The players hold each other, Saab openly. Outside the team files onto the bus. Hey. How you doing? Still processing, but I'm all right. Yeah. Thanks so much, guys. The Jaguars finished the season in second place. Undefeated until the very last game. But

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"john j." Discussed on Broken Record

Broken Record

01:31 min | 8 months ago

"john j." Discussed on Broken Record

"Yeah. We'll be right back with more from John fouche..

"john j." Discussed on Entrepreneur on FIRE

Entrepreneur on FIRE

02:59 min | 11 months ago

"john j." Discussed on Entrepreneur on FIRE

"In fire nation, if you don't at least go to that slash fire, you've got to check your pulse because that bag of fire goodies is through the roof. I mean, this is why you listen to the end of the episode because you get these unbelievable free amazing value goodie bags. And this is just next level. So get on over there. And then the slash win is the exact same URL with the slash win. It's gonna give you more information about maybe working one on one with John, which by the way, fire an issue. He is exactly where a lot of you want to be. 18 months ago, he was down the dumps. Now he's rocking entrepreneurs on fire, other great podcasts. He's building communities. He's in touch with a lot of great people. He has a team. He's adding value. So believe me, this is a person who could potentially be where you want to be fire nation, looking ahead in the future. So explore that option as well. And John, break it down for us. What's one way you want to end this episode? Give us one piece of value and then add anything else you want to add to the end here. I'd like to end on night sound a bit like a pep talk, but just to reiterate, go for it. Try and email some of your dream clients. Email some podcasts that you really want to go on. If you do a few things each week, to try to try and take a big leap, one of them will pay off. And if you need an example of that, I am on this podcast and this has been a goal of mine for a while and I've achieved it. And obviously it's not all about that one email. I had to have an offering, I had to give value. I had to have a story. I had to have something interesting to have you on me on having me on the podcast. But equally, if I'm going to take on that shop, I wouldn't have had this chance. And I have a feeling that hopefully this is going to go very well and thank you so much for having me on. I can't tell you how much I appreciate it. Well, it was my pleasure because my heart is warmed when my guests share unbelievable value on the episode. And that's what you did here today, John. You dropped so many great value bombs. You gave some real specific tactics again, that one that I put 90s at the end of gold. That was unbelievable. So fire nation, I hope you were taking notice. I hope you got as much value as I know that I did as a listener because I was listening as well, taking notes for sure. And you know this fire nation, you're the average. Of the 5 people you spend the most time with and you've been hanging out with JB and JLD today. So keep up the heat and head over to eo fire dot com and type John J O N that's no H John J ON in the search bar in his shows page is going to pop up. And by the way, I know that we gave a lot of dashes and dot COs and dot UK's in there, but we're going to link it all up right on the show notes page for both of the slash fire and slash win. So definitely check that out fire nation because all the links to everything we've been talking about today is going to be on the show notes page. And John, I just want to say thank you for sharing your truth.

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"john j." Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

The Eric Metaxas Show

06:25 min | 1 year ago

"john j." Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

"To canon Jay John. What kind of name is that? Canon is a title, CA NO, all right? We've covered that. J John J period John, we don't have time to get into this. All I know is that's your name, and you've written this book, and you're my friend. And we're talking about you were just talking about that pathogen scripture where Jesus is talking to the woman at the well. Now some people know this very well and other people don't know it. But I love the idea that when you get to know what the Bible says it makes more and more sense. So here you have the idea that the samaritans, how would we describe them today? They were like half breeds. The Jews thought we're pure we're Jewish, samaritans, who live in samaria. We don't really want to we don't want to get near them. They're basically what are they like second class citizens? We look down on them. I'm not really, I don't remember exactly what the context would. Absolutely Eric. And they despised them. And as I said, there were long-standing traditions. The Jesus ignored. And I think some of our traditions in church today, they're a good, but I think we've got a lot of traditions that hinder people. And I find it refreshing that Jesus was willing to break long-standing traditions and go into samaria. And he wasn't doing it just to be a rebel. Let's be honest. This is the funny thing is that sometimes being rebellious or breaking traditions itself becomes a cliche and a tradition and a cheap way of avoiding truth, right? So that you know people can say like, well, I'll never wear a tie. But then everybody doesn't wear a tie. And so then the person wearing the tie is the rebel. And we always have those tendencies as human beings, but Jesus was God. And so he really wasn't doing this just to be cheeky or whatever he was actually trying to point to the truth. And when he spoke to this woman, you didn't exactly say it. But it's the middle of the day. Why is a woman there alone at the well in the middle of the day? A lot of people don't know this. Explain that if you will. Of course, she came out in the middle of the day because she didn't want to engage with the other women because she obviously had caused offense because she had had 5 husbands. And the man that she was living with at that time was not her husband. Okay, so she was considered a loose woman, people looked down on her despised her. So she shows up in the middle of the afternoon and anybody who's been to that part of the world, whether Greece or you don't want to go out at three in the afternoon. It's miserable. You hide in the shade. But she comes out, Jesus is there. And he begins to talk to her at what point because I'm trying to remember the conversation how it goes. He says to her, no, she says to him, why are you a Jew? Why are you even a man? A Jewish man, a rabbi, why are you talking to me? Stunned. Oh yeah, she was totally blown away. She couldn't really understand. And that's why I love the conversation. And the effect of the conversation of Jesus first of all, focusing on what they had in common, which was H2O, rather than focusing on their differences. And engaging with her about this living water that he could offer her. But then also speaking into her life. And I think that's what we all need to do. You know, many churches Eric, they often advertise, oh, go on a missions trip. Garner mission's trip. And I say, yes, go on a missions trip. Walk next door. It's cheaper. You don't have to spend a year fundraising. You know, why aren't we walking next door? Why aren't we speaking to our neighbors and our family and our friends and our colleagues? Well, I'll tell you why. I think that there are certain bad ideas out there. One of them is that everyone in the English speaking world has heard the gospel. That's nonsense. You know it and I know. It's complete nonsense just because the Bible has been translated into English for many centuries, doesn't mean that everyone who lives in the United States or in the UK is really familiar with this stuff. So there's this kind of ridiculous assumption that in order to find somebody who doesn't get this, I have to travel to some distant land. Now there's nothing wrong, obviously, with traveling to some distant land to bring Jesus to people. But the idea that everyone here has already been covered is ridiculous. Oh, tighty ridiculous. And I thank God that a friend of mine. Well, I arrived as a student in college in London. I met a guy who became a friend of mine. And he introduced me to Jesus. And I often think, Eric, if he had never introduced me to Jesus, and I said this at my baptism, I said that my friend Andy built a bridge from him to me and when he did Christ Jesus walked over it. And I've often wondered if he hadn't built that bridge and Jesus hadn't walked over. You know, what would I be doing now? I wouldn't be doing what I'm doing now. We can't ask these questions. They're too painful. I've asked the same question. I try to embarrass my dear friend Ed tuttle every opportunity I get. He was the one who introduced me to Jesus. And when you begin thinking, what would have happened if he hadn't done that? What would have happened if you can go crazy? And that's when you do have to recognize the sovereignty of God because on some level, you can ask the question, what would have happened? And on the other question, on the other side, you can't ask the question because God is sovereign somehow he had a plan why it involved my dear friend Ed, I don't know why it had to happen when it happened. I don't know. I mean, there's sort of two sides of course there is but I tell you there was one day Eric. I said to my wife, Kelly, I feel God wants me to go and tell this woman about Jesus. So killy said to me, will you better go? And I said, oh, it's an hour's drive. And then I'll end up spending an hour there. And then are now back in three hours. I've got to find three hours..

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"john j." Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

The Eric Metaxas Show

06:11 min | 1 year ago

"john j." Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

"Well, you wonder why I always dress in black. Folks welcome back. I'm talking to canon Jay John. Now, what's that all about? Before we get back into the book, canon J John, you go by J John. It's a great marketing idea, because there's no other Jean, but what, how do you come to be forget about cannon? We'll get to that in a moment. But Jay John, what is this? Well, Eric, your Greek, guilty. I'm Greek and my naming Greek is yanagi yuan is. And if you translate my greet name into English, it will be John's son of John. So when I kiss you one is you honest. So when I wrote my first wait, you're first name is yanaki. Yes. Now I've never heard that. Yeah, nagy says John and Johan is his son of John. Well, Yanni's or iwan is John. That's right. Janae is like the diminutive of John. It's like Johnny. It is. So my brother's name is John. We call him, you know, Yanni Yankee, whatever. Okay, so you decided living in England to keep things simple to be able to communicate this. You're never going to pull off this yanagi's thing. No, so I Anglo size my name and then when I wrote my first book, several decades ago, I just had this idea, oh, I'll just call it J John. But I never ever dreamt that the book would do really well. And then that person J John was being invited to go and speak. So I never intentionally decided. But so then I did. And it stuck. It's a bit like C. S. Lewis, T.S. Eliot, DL moody. Yeah. Yeah, EJ metaxas now. It's not gonna work. It's not gonna work. Okay, so and what is for people most people listening are not familiar with the Anglican world. So what is it to be a canon C ANO? What does it mean that you are canon? Right. If I was a cat lately equivalent of cannon is Monsignor. Which sounds actually a bit more grander, but I'd rather be married. And I am married. I've seen that because Kelly's sitting right there. What are you going to say? What are you going to say? But the word canon, right. It is a title that is given to you by a cathedral. And it is a seat of authority. So I've been given a seat in Coventry cathedral and that seat is a recognition of the authority that the church has bestowed upon me for the work that I do. Okay, I have no idea what he's talking about. I know. But let me just say this. It's an opportunity to go back to etymology and back to our Greek common heritage. The word cathedra where you get the word cathedral cathedral means the seat. Yes, throne. Yes. Right? So when the Pope, for example, is speaking ex cathedra, he's speaking in the role of the Pope. So a cathedral is the seat of what? The bishopric? How does that work? Yes. Of a bishop of a bishop and I hate I been given a seat at that cathedral. It's just so fascinating that even though we're speaking English, I have no idea what's going on. Okay, the book is called, will I be fat in heaven? I was saying this to you earlier. We hit it off immediately just because I think we have similar mischievous senses of humor and yet we're very serious about God. And so when you write a book with the title will all be fat and have another curious questions. Most of the questions in the book are not nearly as flippant sounding as will I be fat in heaven. But will I be fat in heaven pulls people in? Yes, and also it is a bigger question because the question behind that question is, you know, what will I look like? If I'm going to be in heaven and I'm going to be perfect and I'm going to have the perfect body. Does that mean I'm going to shrink? And if I shrink what people recognize me, so it actually is a big question. These are all big questions, but isn't the real answer to most of these questions? We don't know. In other words, you're talking about when you talk about heaven. We're talking about other dimensions. I mean, the idea that you say, what will I look like in heaven or whatever? There is no answer on this side of heaven that can suffice. So we can talk about it. We can. And there are clues that we can give that help illuminate our thinking. But I'm hoping that the book will just engage with people about faith and the journey of faith and help people rather than hinder people towards Jesus. Now, the book, by the way, it's called will I be fat and have another curious questions. It really is something that it's written on a very simple level. So it could work for young people, right? This is not a kids book, but it could work for young people because of the way that you've done it with people. Absolutely Eric. You know, adults say to children, grow up, but Jesus said to adults unless you become like little children. Oh snap. Seriously, these are very profound questions you have here. Look, let's just start with the title because it does lead to everything. When somebody says, well, I be fat in heaven. First of all, it's funny because we want to know what is going to happen when I get to heaven. Will Jesus sinlessness immediately be imparted to me and therefore my past, my history of poor diet will instantly be washed away. And I will be perfectly healthy. I mean, it's something like that, isn't it? It's absolutely Eric. And of course, coming in at a slightly different angle, it provokes people's thinking. And yes, at the end of the day, we know that we're being given the option. I mean, first of all, Jesus said, men and women are traveling along one of two roads. Men and women are serving one of two masters, men.

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"john j." Discussed on Entrepreneur on FIRE

Entrepreneur on FIRE

05:29 min | 1 year ago

"john j." Discussed on Entrepreneur on FIRE

"I never stop learning. You should never stop learning. We can always learn from other people who have been there and done that. And it's so critical. So I really want you to take action on this. And John, why don't you give us a sum up of this audio masterclass? What's one key takeaway that you think fire nation should really absorb from everything that we've been sharing today? And then we'll say goodbye. So here's the one thing I'd like you to think about. One way or another over the next three or four years, you're going to be working hard. They're going to be working hard in a job and getting a paycheck. Or you're going to be working hard building something that will eventually start working hard for you. Okay. And I think the second one is the smarter option. For years, the first half of my career, I worked as an employee for different top blogs. That's how I got to learn how to do what I do. But what I eventually decided, you know what? If I start working today, I would start getting a paycheck. That's not a good feeling. What is a great feeling? Is knowing that that check is going to come in, even if you can only print in an hour or two here and there that you don't have to worry about it. So if you're going to be doing the work either way, be working toward something that doesn't just end if you decide to take some time off. Because I think not only does it just kind of suck but it also it creates stress and it's not a good way to live. So if you value peacefulness in your life, it worked toward something that can sustain you over the long term. Yes, it's a lot of work. Yes, you have to learn a lot. Yes, you have to stay dedicated to it. Even when it's difficult, but if you do, then in the future at some point hopefully it's not true for on average. One to three years at least for my group. You'll get to the point where now it's coming back and taking care of you. And that's a much much greater situation to be in. John, you just dropped a one sentence in there that was pure gold. And I'm sure you know that it was pure gold. But just in case, I'm going to share it with you. And I hope that you definitely utilize this because this was genius. And fire nation, I want to make sure that you get this because, man, this just speaks to the core of what we're doing here. Work hard today creating something that's going to work hard for you tomorrow. I mean, that's the essence. That's when you wake up and you work hard, you put it in a hard day's work, and you're like, man, in some ways, I don't feel like I got a ton of accomplish today or XYZ. You're working hard now to create something that's going to work hard for you tomorrow. I just love that. That's so amazing. And fire nation, as always, you know that you're the average of the 5 people you spend the most time with and you have been hanging out with JM and JLD today, so keep up the heat and head over to eel fire dot com if you type John J ON in the search bar, his shown as page will pop up with everything that we've been chatting about today. These are the best show notes in the biz, timestamps, links, galore, John is a multiple time past guest of eow fire every time he's dropped the actual heat, so definitely check out those. And listen, the one called action is you getting over to eo fire dot com slash freedom machine and guess what the keyword is there, free. This is a free training for you fire nation to start taking control of your life to follow a system and work hard now. So you're creating something that's working hard for you tomorrow. And John, I just want to say thank you brother for sharing your truth with fire nation today for that we salute you and we'll catch you on the flip side. Thanks for having me. Hey, fire nation hope you enjoyed our chat with John today. Just inspiring. Dude. And if you're ready to just go forward and actually come up with a big idea or finally choose one of those ideas that's been floating around in your minds and really identify which is the best one, or even just clarifies, you'd be like, is this one actually a big idea? I have the trading for you. It's gonna give you answer to no matter which one of those three camps that you're in. And it's called three hours to your big idea, so give me three hours fire nation. By the way, give me $0 and give me three hours. Because this is free training and I will give you your big idea. So visit your big idea dot IO, not dot com. You are big idea IO, and your big idea is just three hours away, and I'll catch you there or I'll catch you on the flip side. Crowd health is a community of health conscious members and for a limited time, get your first month free and after you've been a member, crowd health will include a fitness wearable, visit join crowd health dot com slash fit and enter code fire to sign up. Crowd health is not health insurance. It's a community powered alternative, terms and conditions may apply. Wondering what to do when you need motivation, wish you had a go to guy when it comes to preventing burnouts, tune in to Jenna Kutcher's the goal, digger podcast, brought to you by the HubSpot podcast network, listen to the goal, digger podcast, wherever you get your podcasts..

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"john j." Discussed on Welcome To The Music

Welcome To The Music

08:23 min | 1 year ago

"john j." Discussed on Welcome To The Music

"Robert us. Thank you you thank you. Thank you if i knew you needed trombone. My son plays the trombone. Yeah so but nice time. Next time. we'll get together in person. Radical road brewery green east where we normally get together with everybody outside of kobe. Dying we record there and we often ask our guest to play a few songs for the crowd so hopefully that kashmir to play trombone for you. Yes that again fluids yet absolutely gigging. Let's get absolutely so john. One of one of the topics are one of the segments that we'd like to do and we chop it up into you know one of the segments that we like to do is around las vegas. Hey this is actually you know the funny thing is. I'm totally blowing this. Because this is usually his category. Okay you do launch venues. I'm like all right into the bus here anyway. We like to ask about a loss thing. You place that you've played. It meant something to you was a wow experience could have been a really shitty experience with that. Some people bring that up as well. So can you share a venue. That's no longer with us. Yeah yeah absolutely because you know. There's only one venue where every single band i've ever played in like syria span has played that venue and that's the starlight lounge rest in peace in one liu so the owners are josh bernie Like they were always around on the scene. If you if you do live music you just know. Oddly you know those guys and ours always a place you want it to play an and then over the years they just became like a super supporter like so many great moments like like i said every banned from my first blues rock band jen militia punk rock band my soul music band at launch. My first novel there out played with Dating michelle they're folk singer denim sell at pleaded his band there The ban bands played there in fact we were scheduled to play their april first. Twenty twenty and the lockdown happen right before that was bush to go down and so we cancelled that show and it went under like probably six months after that. So yeah shot that venue because Really yours few venues where it's like. Every single time. I had thing it went down there in so many ways in so many other events that i never that i that were were it might ban shows but they were other bands shows or we were invited into do something might book launch A guiding jason snyder wrote a book called Three thousand miles of these kids who had a suicide pact after. Kurt cobain committed suicide so we had a show where all the local bands played nirvana songs and nobody had seen my ban and they put us on first and we just frigging. We were hot to try. It was like it was like a coming out party for my band because no one had really you know. The bands are always gigging. Same night so you never hear about vance. Never seen that night we were all there and we just like. We stole the show. Jason himself said that he sadly i talked to a couple years going like man. You guys set the bar for that and So many great moments there. Unfortunately it's like university talen live live. Music is is not favorite. Now we have jason jason coming up as a guest talk really. Think so talk about nineteen ninety one we do. We do in december totally blown. This a completely edited in post. I'm sure do yeah. Jet modern media is company. That's right yeah. He's on him. Because we're gonna talk about the influence of nineteen ninety-one mutt him and michael barclay. Yeah so so jason snyder. A while we're on that subject. He has also written about almost every art project out done since the ninety three bands. My both my books every album might anytime. I've had something to promote jason's written about it while so that's a you got not as far back as ninety one but you could throw that it. You'll best that we wrote. You'll definitely he's a great person to ask about how weird it was for me being a black kid doing music in kitchener east side from the outside right now. Who is just. i don't care. Do you can tell you how people looked at zoe. Israeli have been. He was one of the first guys was like yavne. Add living color bat bray. Gi man. i get it mike. Keep doing what you're doing. And he was like you know there was only will people like that. So yeah. Awesome shadow to the starling. Social club john. That song also amazing. Thank you so much. Thank you for for playing and thank you so much for joining us. This has been a lot of fun before we let you go. We want people to tend to listen to your music. We want people to pick up your book. I tell everybody. Where can they go to get the stuff. Yes so the saga king inside a boy first of all. I see them as a the memoir saga boy in the album. Saggy king is like like to have of of the same piece of art on the book is everywhere like i mean i was justin indigo at eglinton young and just walked in any bookshop like anywhere in the country. You can you can find it right now. So go on all the online places you can find it if you buy local ask local bookstore Be the havoc copy or they can get one really quickly so no issues there. It's on peyman. Random house The album same thing. It's online light wherever wherever you like to listen to music. Go this look of john. Orpheus cited king. Either one or both in and it's they're really proud of it really proud and you'll get at me on the social change instant. The twits attain the fist team All take them advocate. John thank you so much for joining us thank you. Yeah thank you great. Karam appreciate you guys. man awesome. Yeah you guys can have me on to talk about other stuff other than must stuff. I'm buick is down to talk about. So i'm just saying i'm putting myself out. Bank is once you get back into the bar and recording from there back in. Let's have a chat. I love it. I love it guys take care..

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"john j." Discussed on She's Not Doing So Well - A Gay Comedy Podcast

She's Not Doing So Well - A Gay Comedy Podcast

02:15 min | 1 year ago

"john j." Discussed on She's Not Doing So Well - A Gay Comedy Podcast

"Five because of that. Okay i agree kinda like i think. It's a hot dick. He's got a good aesthetically. It's very leasing is yeah. I don't know what i'd do with that. So i'm wondering if you want you get that like if you take that as far as seeing out do you just pee through two holes sprayed underneath so it's underneath your phantom for now does prince albertus go in through your retha into the hole and then out through them. Yeah so it goes in your e throw weight soviet down so nps it. Come out of there a little bit. Ms hates racial window. And that's fine again. i have. He just wants. Do we have any mac addicts coming. That he's love. I got some daddy looks too much like this is like this looks like not me but like this is a normal dick that i can look at any time. I want but this isn't a norm white. An opinion like it's like every other white took. I've seen without saying it's a pretty dick. Would you agree et cetera. Yes i'm saying. I'm not saying the most greatest. Stick your over and get fucked by. But it's a very pretty deck. Sorry i think it looks good. What is he. He has five nine. He's one hundred pounds okay. That's neat is an hvac construction worker. That's hot h back okay. he doesn't only fans as john short got her okay so john j. o. H. jen underscore g. a. u. t. e. r. If you wanna check him out. He's on instagram as well j. g. underscore out of bounds. I think it's a new screaming. Told me so we have like loaded up anyway..

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"john j." Discussed on Boston Public Radio Podcast

Boston Public Radio Podcast

04:46 min | 1 year ago

"john j." Discussed on Boston Public Radio Podcast

"Get approved for boosters so that we're not having these trains leave station at a different time which then disadvantages some communities. So it's just a a great equity lesson right one. Oh one equity includes which vaccines go to. What communes that being said boosters are the focus right now jim. We are in the throes. If figuring out what that date will be the federal government will push out the pfizer vaccine when journal and john j will also be available and then figuring out just like. We did several months ago last year. Whether we have the workforce to get him out whether we have the finances to to build in the systems in the processes to get them out How do we deal with. Burn out. We're still dealing with the workforce mardi that burnt out from the last year. And a half of doing this. How do we now say. Oh by the way you're back in the game right even though you still been treating patients who still been getting vaccines an arm. You're going to be in the throes of vaccine distribution like you were last year or earlier this year and we gotta get them ready to do that. So that requires resources and i think that conversation has begun with an urgency. With this week you recorded in in a piece. I apologize. I'm not sure where it's worth from But it's about boosters are saying is you just said it's going to be increased demand for these booster shots down the line but you because of being small individuals centers. You don't have the resources. Say these huge places like gillette. So is that saying that you would be better off these max fat mass vaccination sites i know previously there was a lot of talk about people not being able to get to those so what does the ideal income p right whereas the ideal situation for boosters in the in the in the community or at you know places like gillette. Well you know i. I tend to try to defer to the experts on some stuff that i don't have insight on..

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"john j." Discussed on Johnjay & Rich On Demand

Johnjay & Rich On Demand

04:13 min | 1 year ago

"john j." Discussed on Johnjay & Rich On Demand

"And she's all pissed off because she's like i just wanna i wanna spit all this stuff out but i don't want this white bag in my face while doing it so she's batting at the bag. Meanwhile we've got vomit coming down our legs in onto the seat. And i was like this may be an unpopular opinion. But thank god. We're all wearing masks. Because i slipped down just enough and the sent. Oh oh what are the other passengers freaking out. Are they noticed report. No one else knows. My wife immediately goes for the The flight attendant button and i grabbed her hands a joke. We don't need anyone. Timbo factor you pull. That off is fantastic. I would think that passengers would hear crying here. Eater lucky he wasn't crying at all. She was just not feeling so hot. My nephew is the fifty he was fourteen. I think december and there my sister was flying to hawaii and as soon as the plane took off he started von no at fourteen off the plane in the bathroom as terrible. We had forty minutes left to end just the entire time. We're on the edge of our seats so they made it. You're lucky that that's the best that could possibly happen. John j. rich payton in the studio last time we paint. And i think you're talking about how the big deal is union boyfriend. My moving together and you had a special situation. How's that going. Yeah so we went and looked at the guest house yesterday and it fits perfectly and we are going to be signing a lease out of my grandma's house in middle of august right after my birthday. Well that's yeah. That's the plan. So i am so pumped..

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"john j." Discussed on Le Batard and Friends - South Beach Sessions

Le Batard and Friends - South Beach Sessions

03:00 min | 1 year ago

"john j." Discussed on Le Batard and Friends - South Beach Sessions

"This episode is brought to you by the nba. From the squeak of shoes on the hardwood to the tips of their fingers. It's mesmerizing dance of jaw-dropping downs heartbreaking blocks and mind-blowing steals. It's the most fantastic athletes in the world. Who make your heart beat out of your chest and make you want to jump into the screen and be right on the court with them. That's the nba. That's game don't miss the nba playoffs going on now. Guys always love hearing from this guy. John michie is joining us now from london. It's a little noisy where he is so bear with us because he's got a courtyard. We cannot turn the sound down on his courtyard but always delighted to catch up with johnny and want to start with something a little lighter than usual instead of the heavy stuff. I know you've got some real strong geeky. When it comes to the star wars franchise. I didn't know whether you had some geeky and other realms as well yes yes malvinas excellence. Dc universe less. So though i'm here for one one so tell me what you liked best. I don't know much about this world. This is not cozy. How is it possible especially for you. You are the archetypal. I expect you to go home at night. If i know you better if i looked at jeb you are home night. You are shooting deeply in the face on a video game and and swearing fourteen year olds who obedient. That's what i would have imagined but the marvel universe is. I like all that kind of stuff. It's escapism. i'm just icon. Spend my days doing the work i do and then watch twelve years a slave. Something i did ted. You can't do it. I need. I need it to be something a bit more. Escapist it's coming..

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"john j." Discussed on The Beauty Brains

The Beauty Brains

05:28 min | 1 year ago

"john j." Discussed on The Beauty Brains

"Furthermore the products were marked as safe ineffective when benzine is a known carcinogen and of course The plaintiff is using the tests conducted by the online pharmacy valley scher which found eleven of future genus. Sunscreens to contain benzene. And i wondered. Did they file the lawsuit against all the other companies that showed benzene in their products. No i could even do j. j. being a big company and going after them having deep pockets. Yeah you know. It's just seems to be the new way to make money in the beauty industry before people used to launch products. Now you just look at products on the market and you file some class action lawsuit and say i've been harmed i've been harmed You know we're not trying to you. Know diminish anyone that actually has been harmed by products or by claims that a brand has made. We're not we're not doing that. what we're saying. Is you know some of the lawsuits are just you know really interesting and have no basis a lot of them and most lawsuits. Believe it or not. I've actually talked to attorneys at work. They say most of them don't even make it to court because there's no basis for a lot of the claims that are made against companies. So yeah no. I've i've an occasional do like expert witness stuff and you know people will come to me with these lawsuit ideas and i will politely listen to them and i will often say well. That's not true. So i can't. I can't find your expert witness because as true and what they'll do is they'll just interview a certain number of people until they find someone who will say no. I'll take your five hundred or thousand bucks to be an expert witness which you know when you get on the stand you have to disclose what you were paid to be a wish. I always thought if i really believed in something. I would be a witness for free to demonstrate my belief in blank. Because i would never just take money and that's being corporate shell to just like say whatever but yeah well i think to my mind. What as far as consumers what. You're what should you think about these things. The the first thing is that just because a lawsuit has been filed. That does not say anything about whether it's true or whether it's something you need to worry about most of the time the vast majority of time these are just Lawyers who are taking a chance that they could go after a big company and get the big company to settle before it goes to court Because on some level. It's going to cost john j some amount of money to mitigate this And it might be easier just to set a lot of court and you know. Make some superfluous change. It doesn't really affect anything I doubt that..

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"john j." Discussed on Death of a Film Star

Death of a Film Star

05:33 min | 1 year ago

"john j." Discussed on Death of a Film Star

"Say it feels like scoring a touchdown in the rose bowl. They don't tell you the rest but not around long enough usually okay. It's thursday the fourth of march nineteen eighty two belushi ghost his manager and asked for money hundred dollars. He says it's for guitar. The manager says no falls. New york speaks to his old mates. Don aykroyd aykroyd doesn't like the way he sounds hates the rumors. He's been hearing. He says the belushi. We could do a cruise leave next week. Guess i'm seeing cleanup talk about new projects. Belushi doesn't seem to be listening so says you've got to get on the boat and baluchi starts screaming and yelling. Who the fuck you. Why are you picking on me. He slams the phone down. He asked his manager again. Can i have fifteen hundred dollars in cash. The managers got a visitor. Wrote a big player in the movie industry so this time he doesn't argue he says short john. Get yourself a birthday present. Get the gets are belushi. Goes out finds kathy. Smith gives her the money gets her to buy heroin and coke at eleven pm. They go out to a ball. the strip. That showing repeats of saturday. Night live on the tv screen belushi. What she's drinks. Chews up coke in the toilets robot the narrow popes he's thinking shuttle to the main hotel and have a drink agreed to meet later at the bungalow. It's two in the morning now. Friday the fifth of march baluchis in the car. Park buying coke off a dealer guest in his mercedes and drives back to the chateau kathy smith in the passenger seat this visitors when they get back to the bungalow robin williams has been doing stand up at a club down the road pushing himself testing stuff out a still wise they comes. Cooling does a few lines of belushi. He watches as belushi stops. Seems to fall asleep head nodding only to jerk back up again. Five seconds later. It's too much for williams this in this mess. He doesn't like this woman doesn't like how john looks. He.

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"john j." Discussed on Underrated

Underrated

04:58 min | 1 year ago

"john j." Discussed on Underrated

"You know Or expressing great reviews of it as well did get mixed reviews. I think fifty percent rotten tomatoes. So right yeah definitely. There's definitely a word of mouth kind of of contribution to these types of movies and if nobody's gonna go watch or people watch it say now it's not really worth your time Then yeah they probably won't I think this is also about the round the time like that. Those other tarzan movies time is time is really hard. It was way before it was way before tarzan those shoes tarzan movies. Starting one of the scars guards the handsome skarsgard. Yeah yeah Oh my god. I i completely forgot about that. I fell asleep attention awesomely. Yeah so i. I think it just didn't capture anybody's attention. I think that's at least for me. I think that's what can i contributed. It's like lack of of success. I agree with the area. Like is Part of it was like the reviews. Probably the marketing. Because i did see. I i remember going to conventions i. I saw a lot of marketing for it the year before but then afterward there was a lot of bad marketing where i i don't know what they were trying to do. I don't know if they were trying to be like. Hey it's like this big new sifi bay kind of thing but it's like swashbuckling Parrots pirates of the caribbean kind of thing. But i just remember like hearing a lot of this is the pirates like the new pirates kind of thing that that's what i remember hearing a lot and i think people were just like i don't want a new pirates more pirates can also too. We were the two thousand twenty tens now becoming this comic book kind of thing. Where like avengers. Drop that same year and i felt like that just cemented like hey comma. Bubis are fucking in now like this is like their golden age so that might have been a thing to were. Maybe just john carter just came out may be.

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"john j." Discussed on Vamily Show

Vamily Show

05:08 min | 1 year ago

"john j." Discussed on Vamily Show

"Mcdonough live dot com and i also just recently. Because i know my. My name is a mouthful and hard to spell so. I just started a twitter account. And it's john live oak. And leery i tweet. A tweet is all lakes. And so that's really easy to find and then you can go there and just then he can choose. Which when you wanna follow in. This is john j. o. h. Ed am dot com herb at yonkers. Would i take him learn one of them at a time. So the one that. I'm on now like just trying to learn. How will i works and all that kind of stuff is there is there. Is there any part of you because part of me misses the music days where it was like cds and and i mean i think cds i mean you remember the vinyl days but were you had. You had the notes and all that kind of stuff when i pull it out. The she'd or some of them. Like i never having tool cds where they don't even put a the name of the song is on there and that is there. Is there a party. That mrs that experience you know i. It's a double edged sword. I totally miss buying albums. The vinyl the i miss the size of them. The artwork was bigger and I missed the sized. I missed i can still open it. would have certain smell. You know that was always like. I don't know something appealing about the smell. Especially the albums that you could open you know like this and it became like whole thing of an end photos and artwork. I miss that. I do but what i like about. Cd's is how if you take care of them. You know they sound just as good ten years later in the day you bomb them. I don't miss the snap crackle and pop of the l. slow it's and of course now it's all straining people. Yeah so it's a double edged sword. Yeah now i'm sure on the musician side the streaming parts nice because your immunity just people can get it gets out there you know big artists martyrs or whatever. You're all almost on the same playing field because if people like you're muted they're going to stream it whether you're a big artists or not and you can find all the links on your website and all that stuff is there any shows coming up that you promote. I don't not believe any talk. I know it's that when when covid i had. I had to cancel all those shows. I told you about all shows around my hometown. And then i started revoking thinking. This was going to clear up by summer. Then i had to cancel them all again because we all know did not clear up ice summer last year so this time i don't to make that mistake again so not looking anything until along until i know for sure..

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"john j." Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

03:21 min | 2 years ago

"john j." Discussed on KTOK

"I've with you this evening. If that isn't obvious, Welcome to 2021 way have such a special Oklahoma gold to share with you tonight. It was about the desk Bull and before the Oklahoma standard Was the Oklahoma spirit. John J. Dwyer chose the most inspired. I think Oklahoma gold of all, and I can hardly wait to share with you with it next week. But if you would like to hear many of the podcast so that we have done the interviews over the years and over the weeks then you can go to John J. Dwyer dot com. D W Y R and see photos of our subjects. It's so wonderful. Oklahoma Gold has a golden thread which ties the Despereaux that we're going to do tonight to today, and then it has a golden nugget, which is a takeaway of inspiration to keep us going. What better one than the desperate little tonight Because we're in such a challenging time. And so I hope that you will be back next week at seven o'clock to hear this, And once again, we want to thank Atwood's for Sponsoring this incredible Siri Zits, a weekly remarkable story. Terra Wings theories celebrating Oklahoma's history and the people and events are award winning author historian John J. Dwyer chooses to highlight John J. Dwyer has won the Will. Rogers Medallion. It's a literary contest for literature. He's won it twice. He's written multiple books that you can see at John Jay dwyer dot com. And Ah, he has written a incredible book called The Oklahomans. Part one and very Soon. The Oklahomans part two will be coming out. Part of Oklahoma's part two will be an incredible chapter on 2020. And he has that way of Creating a three dimensional look at history at people at the golden thread and the golden Nuggets in this, Despereaux. Feature that he did for tonight. He ends it with a very moving story about a mother and her Children. And in order to raise their spirits, she Does something wonderful. And they all gather around and sing this him. I'm pressing ways and gaining every day. So bring Burnt black might be.

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