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"john mail" Discussed on thebuzzr pod

thebuzzr pod

08:06 min | 8 months ago

"john mail" Discussed on thebuzzr pod

"Eventually started pulling songs out of my stocks and then would put them on. Then we'd play and play and play sub. What do you like. And what. I i like this well. Did you ever hear this guy. You know and that that that kind of thing. And i was interested in all these blues guys. There were coming here from england john mail and a blues breakers and dan's like that that i never heard of and i couldn't really didn't that time we didn't realize that american blues country blues from the south had migra. What was it was almost like they were. It was like contraband music. Anyone i mean these guys. They brought him over on if they ever came to new york they buy stuff and they take it back and people covering this music and it was the the germ that led to the rolling stones. Now my was about say exactly where the germ came from the these guys. But in the fifties there word bands of english dies who grew up listening to the blues. Mayo was one of the blue with the blues. Breakers were one of the early bands. And so i was talking to him about that. I know and he was just listening to all this american music which wasn't available or broadly in england that time so that that was the thing and that was the connection we had was. He liked the fact that i knew about artists. Never heard of. And of course he was david bowie. Even then he didn't he wasn't like others. He was a little bit on a star he was the art was. There was something special about down definitely and it went on from there and so that was that was that was the beginning of a a what you might call relationship it was. I was a distant rodney buddy buddy but you know he would after albums he would call me and you know so one night i I'm on honed. Phone rings and he says hi. It's david from england. So i said hey. You know of course organized voice immediately. So we're talking. And he was he was calling about hunky dory. Just come out okay. No it might have been i he. He wasn't calling me exclusively like his buddy in america. I'm sure the record company put him up to making calls to g. People around you know. And i was just one of them but but we did have a connection from from ending everything at my house and so we start talking. We're talking about and he's asking me did you. Listen to shore and you like it. Yeh we talked about tracks stuff like that. And the funny thing in that conversation and this will send your woke audience in the apoplexy. No that was fifty years ago for crying out. I like as an interviewer when i did interviews. I would like to ask questions that nobody would want to ask because they might be dangerous. You know and i just get a rise out of particularly out of stars. It's fun to do and but in a nice it's not more one anyways just for the fun of it. Yeah i got that if you know the cover of the honky. Dory album is posed very in a sort of a might might as well been in dry. I mean yeah just like a woman. So i said david some friends of mine are asking. Are you a man or a woman which of course you couldn't ask today but but it was fire was for the fun of it and his response was incredible without missing a beat. He came back and he said. Just tell them omega wiped away. That's the reason i remember. The story is because his response was just tell them on the english and we roared about the the response to the whole idea. That was another great moment with him as well known for his quick clips he was fast he was he was very good. That was a great one. I mean he didn't miss a beat. it wasn't like he thought it was bang right back. Just those great then another and then later this dob so that was. I don't know early seventies by that time. And then he did. The spiders spiders from mars tour came through the funny thing for me. Driving up to the it was he had not yet gone into the hockey arenas and stuff like that. This was still the presidium archer as a theater. Philadelphia called the tower theater and the and the audience was the ticket holders. Roll lined up down. The street. As i drove up at that time was at that time already. Oh yo he was bowie and then yeah. I know but he. He didn't have a number one american single. So like seventy five well not a number one but major time is played constantly and all the radio play right and then spiders from mars album was hit and and and his look and the shades of red hair and then the red air and the crew cut you know the mola that he had for the during a period of time and that was the funny thing. The funny thing was you drove up and in the line screwed populated through the line where people that had his haircut. No way you red hair does crew cut on the top. But a bright red law long in the back but crewcut on the top and they had his haircut and the funny part. Was that when you got in and you saw on stage wearing that anymore. They were like two steps behind him if he if he was wearing in december in june. When you saw them out of there like that now he was always just he was moving on. He's always moving on. And this is audience following behind and that was like the perfect example of the audience being who steps behind him he was. He was just amazing and that way. So i i saw. I was asked to come backstage after the show by his people. Because i was the guy in philadelphia they had a connection with so So my wife and i went back stage. And we enter his backstage area and he's in his jock strap a and and to two giant clothing racks. Okay one covering one wall one covering the other wall and there's a woman.

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"john mail" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

03:46 min | 9 months ago

"john mail" Discussed on WGN Radio

"There are a ton of stories like that talking about how he kept people off from their friends and family and all that kind of stuff So there's a number of people standing up saying it was him it was like you say he's dead And that was the deal But yes her mother liked him So I don't know Oh wow Oh you hadn't heard about that stuff I'll read that article It's all in there Yeah I saw it I saw it advertised it on TV so I'll save this episode the next time you win something I'll just have John mail you this people Oh okay cool Thank you Thank you I'm going to put you going to put your name on it right now So John will know for Leah Thank you so much Thank you Hear anything else about that If any new evidence comes up yeah I'd like to bring it to our oh yeah Yeah no but somebody else was asking about it too right Yes yes Scottie wash So yes so this guy has been dissed by a lot of people who are saying not surprised And the deal about the spinal cancer was interesting because he went out and actually had some somebody bandage up his arm saying he needed some type of bone treatment and he came home with all sorts of bandages None of it was real Wow that is our Yeah Are they actually going to open the case again Well they obviously can't prosecute him He can't grab them up from the grave Yeah Oh yeah And so but his own mother wasn't very kind His own mother said that he became increasingly unreal after his father died and his brother said he had the ability to manipulate the environment to get whatever he wanted Well no Yeah Yeah But her death was ruled untreated pneumonia combined with anemia and drug intoxication from prescription and over the counter medications No illegal It was very before she died And I remember how skinny she was in her very last movie And I thought this can't be good She's anorexic or bulimic or something you know I mean she was little anyway She was petite She was very short But I mean over the years she just got skinnier and skinnier you know And she just did not look healthy I don't know I don't know But sometimes you can't tell because you know they say the screen puts 15 pounds on women you know Yeah and she didn't have 15 to spare But she didn't Apparently those close to her never trusted Mondrian and they went on and on about that So her mother who lived with them liked him and she never distrusted them as far as I know Right right After the death after the death it was said mom and husband They were keeping each other going Well Really Yeah going right to hell I remember that because I remember thinking that's a weird thing that the mother would still be living with or you know I mean it's bizarre Story there I don't know But anyway There's people will be yours I always think the worst for everybody Well as well you should All right All right always good to hear from Julia Thank you Thanks for all right so 7 6 5 5 9 three That's 88 88 Raleigh We got time We got Graham We got Marc We got Joe Do we have you 88 88.

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"john mail" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

02:14 min | 1 year ago

"john mail" Discussed on KCRW

"Again. The only role or again we're on the road again. We don't know what a day it was yesterday. Wouldn't take a million from my best it Do you remember the big bill? Yeah, That's right. A lot of things, you know, would it too But a lot of mine didn't come out. That's when would he had called us The streamline singer? Yeah. 5 $15 all we could get for the three of us. Josh was a good friend of Josh White. Yeah, when we first come from New York, Josh Well, it was a T exercise. We don't not room and let better die. That's right. Yeah, well in ST Louis You got 94 to 9. With some of the other people you made records with. I mean, you know, I pick him up now what champion Jack Dupree when they champion Jack Dupri's big bill and more Lightning hope That's right, Sam Hopkins. You know the which God, maybe. What makes you glow blue video. We did something with Memphis. Slim, too, but it was in January. Uh, yeah. T Bone Walker and John Lee Hooker legally shaky. James Shakey, Jake Graceland. It's all OK, Yeah. Again. Mm. Would day Yeah. Mm whoa. Yeah, yeah, yeah, We all roll again. On the role again. Did you know I was just sitting here thinking about some of the musicians? People don't even know about it. We played with the bird. Remember the concept? We have a John Mail at first and Canada. I thought that was a lovely lot immediate. We did toward would be begin to that's right. Oversee with were month old up with him. BBK. When did you first meet? Tarred, Sarge? This time. What about me? The sixties are pivotal. Can he remember? We got the contract in New York about the Golden bell and I'll come and ask you as his whose caddie heat and, uh, we didn't know if we went to the agency. What's this? You can heat on here for man. We don't hear them Candy that used.

"john mail" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600

WAAM Talk 1600

03:56 min | 1 year ago

"john mail" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600

"Nobody knew where there was a man or a woman. And it wasn't some kind of LGBT Bs. A hay was mistaken on the radio all the time for a girl. They were called to this jockeys and say, What's that girl's name and just checking? See that's a man and said No, so he actually recorded a song. Called. I'm a natural man. Really Cool stuff. That's JB Lenoir, one of the coolest cats ever out of Chicago Blues scene. Ah! Monster band to about John Mail was obsessed with this guy that's called 55 years by JB Lenoir. Some say Lenoir some saline or take your pick, either one, he said. He's the one but anyway, John Mail Ah did one of those things a lot of those English cats would do? They made he made a pilgrimage. The Rolling Stones made a pilgrimage to see muddy waters. Fleetwood Mac made a pilgrimage to see chess studios. I mean, loving them to do that, too. But we didn't record any music. Uh, John Little John Mail came over here and just hey, spent a lot of time with Jamie Lynn or his wife and recorded that album to uh uh, his tribute. Do this cat's too cool. You want yourself to get over to? Well, all the people we play on the show. Joy to yourself to get over to YouTube. Not now. You should be hanging on my every word, but just get over there and the type and J B Lenoir. Elian Oi, R and a bunch of other cool cats to love the stuff. People go work. How do you know about this stuff? I don't know. I don't know. I know, but it's just people are saying, how do you know what to play? It's not that I know what to play. It said I know what not to play. Yeah, that's the magic. The peasantry, the splendor of all of my music endeavors. It Z alternative but music fighter. You're on the edge. Uh, This is coming into what we're coming up on the 14th with today. Today is for 10 more days, two more days, and they have to do that thing I think called Send the electoral College votes in and I are about you, But is there anything else to be concerned with these days? I'm don't know. I mean, right now, it's like everything else pales in comparison because there's that pointed out in less break. Last segment. Rather, we are being stolen from there's no way. Look at it. You may support it. You may be some psychotic God, socialist, uh, Karl Marx Kool Aid drinker, but The rest of us aren't this is horrific. You know the Joe Biden right now. I'm not gonna get into a lot of this today. But the fact we're I printed it out. Biden is bread, and I guess I didn't. But Biden is bragging about. He's going to get rid of the protection for churches. Churches have that Sexy status where If they don't preach from the pulpit. If they stay with the politics, they get a tax break. But by the ones get ridiculous. He said that churches on the religious exemption is AH shelter. Ah Harbor Safe Harbor for hate. You hear that? Biden is making the case that pastors from the pulpit, priests, whatever rabbis, anybody doing what they do in church, they get safe haven because if they for hate, because It's all around the gay thing. This is the homosexual mafia that's pushing bite and say, Hey, we work for you. Now you work for us, and so he's gonna do it coming up if he gets through if he makes it down through Hasn't made it yet. Hey, President yet, baby on But I got to tell you unless Donald Trump really doubles down. Biden will prevail. Trump's got to double down It can't be that they go to the state legislators and State legislator. Sit there. Not off While they're looking at yourself. Phones can't happen. I mean, think about it. They're pretty much worthless to begin with. Now Trump's got to do some serious ass stuff here. You're on the edge. So alternative, but music. Friday.

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"john mail" Discussed on Pantheon

Pantheon

08:02 min | 1 year ago

"john mail" Discussed on Pantheon

"Was the rolling stones covering Jimmy Reed's baby what's wrong and you can already hear the twin guitar attack of Keith Richards and Brian Jones that really set them apart and ignited something in the London Club scene and you mentioned the healing club, which is kind of an informal club. But you go into more depth about some other clubs that are big parts of what they call the R&B boom that takes effect immediately on the heels of the Beatles success and astound success and London. You talk about the the yield pie, Island Club, as well as the Marquee Club. And the Daddy. Tell us what the role of these clubs played in the in the London scene. She mentioned you'll Pie Island Club. That was that was a special place. It was on autopilot, which is maybe A half hour west of central London and was a place for talked about bleak. It was for kids growing up in the fifties in London in England and so this was a place to go to kind of get away from all and so it was a very kinda electic sort of a weird place. That was. Had to kind of it was an adventure to go. There is this whole thing is an adventure next thing you know that's the other thing people have to understand here in America that getting the Blues just listening to the Blues was not easy because the BBC wouldn't clay. So people at Keith Richards would catch a faint radio signal. Radio, Luxembourg mill the night, or you knew somebody that knew where records were. Record shop somewhere in London or Liverpool or wherever on. So discovering the Blues Adventure gone to a club like you'll pylon wasn't adventure. And you would go over there and you have to. Go Little Work Rickety Bridge to this island. You know it was just like he would go over to this kind of broken down hotel by that point, and so you go there and check out all these musicians and everybody played there and you could talk to the musicians. It wasn't like it was rolling stones you'd have to get through all the security you'd hang out and have a conversation with Keith Richards or Brian Jones about you know Chuck Berry whether Chuck Berry was rocking roller or rhythm-and-blues those kinds of things and it was a very cool atmosphere for people Sarah everybody played their on mazing British artists as well as American Blues. Artists came over and played there also. And you you mentioned the death of musical stimulation over the radio and up to the early to mid sixty s the BBC had everything on a walk in England other than like you mention Radio Luxembourg coming over from Europe. But then suddenly in the mid sixties, people put radio stations on boats and you get things like Radio Caroline and radio London tell us about these radio stations in the role they played. Here. Here in the states we had you could get, let's call it race music, but basically, the blues that most Americans don't know about you could find it but. White people to listen to that know like white people had their stations black their stations in. England. You had nothing yet BBC which played. You know the only music they really played was like it's called the baby satellite program and they would play your show tunes and light classical stuff, and so you mentioned the the boats are they call on the Pirate Radio Nineteen, sixty, four, radio caroline was the first one they said five weekend you're not GonNa play Blues and Jazz and stuff on on the BBC will broadcast it from international waters, which was actually legal to do and that was huge that supported. The Beatles and the stones and animals and the WHO and all those bands that was all getting played not to mention the blues would all that stuff where it came from that was critical that the pirate radio told the BBC shut them down in nineteen, sixty seven. That was that was a critical time for young kids to get explosives music. And any others phenomenon where the Beatles storm England in nineteen, sixty, three, tore all over the country. But in sixty four, they're off conquering the states and an. Down step up from the club scene in London to play in theaters and all over the country and filling the vacuum, the Beatles had left and when the Townsley Wanda net creates this vacuum for bands like the yardbirds, the pretty things, the kinks and especially the WHO to come forward and galvanized of movement call the MODS. Telecel. the. Role the connection between fashion and rock and roll in London. Fashion was a big deal and I think what's cool about the? Fashion. Saying almost like the grunge quote fashioned. That developed two decades later it wasn't a conscious thing. Necessarily you know it became a conscious thing but the MODs were basically kids that were everything like I said, everything was gray literally gray in the fifties. And so. Everybody were closed. Everything's drab kind of drab clothes and So it was cloudy and rainy miserable and so young kids like the guys in who in Gaza small faces. They would start to let's work colorful clothes and they started to dress not just you know very well but also very carefully, and if you look at early pictures of the WHO, which becomes a a managed thing terms of a image, but initially, it's really not it's really just a bunch of kids they're like where we're going to address were color the better and that's why they set sorta cliche which is true. The fifties in the UK were black white sixties were in color and and I think that's what the mods really about but it was about. Wearing the right kinds of clothes and You would ride vespa scooter. That's a MoD kind of coalesce around that, and you'd listen to bands like the WHO in the yard burgers and motown over here if you listen to that. And it became a whole. Little interesting subgroup. And the thing with. The. Popularity of the various bands in the waves of popularity the various bands is that at the time it was seen very much as if a band was playing singles on the radio, a pop band by definition, and so there was this sort of transition from the stones being quote unquote underground blues band to suddenly their pop band. They're doing buddy holly songs and having charting singles and for bands like the byrds at Clapton this is a real sort of you know crossroads and he as soon as the. Record what's GonNa become their first successful single your love written by outside Songwriter Graham Goldman Eric. Clapton goes a different direction in picks up with a guy named John Mail tells about about that and the role of John Mayall in keeping the pure blues flame alive. As. You mentioned the really the what they call them blues. We would just call up loose here, but they called and R&B. Early blew up in London and sixty three with the stones and the are birds and Manfred Mann's some of those bands, the animals coming down to Newcastle. Sixty three to sixty, four, really global sixty four. But by the time we get to nineteen, sixty five it's like, okay we're doing this thing. We're doing the boozy thing and that's cool. We're getting club dates but if we wanna make records, we WANNA make money. We. GotTa make kind of a choice of art versus commerce and so in the case of the birds you'd mentioned. They bought a song from Grand Goldman called for your love and. Everybody was on board in the bad except for Eric Clapton and so Clapton was like well, I don't want to do this. I WanNa be a blues guy. So he quit the band and he joined John Mail the Blues Breakers and mail is out as a very fascinating figure because. He was. If. You think about that. He had so much talent is banned over the years and it was like he wanted to have it didn't matter that he was he didn't have to be the best player in his.

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"john mail" Discussed on No Agenda

No Agenda

08:02 min | 2 years ago

"john mail" Discussed on No Agenda

"Yoga abide of the bike path global in Lake Forest Park Washington. Three thirty, three, thirty, four again. Donation note sent via email John Unblocked me I've never interacted with you electron. Card and checks to have no reason to be blocked. Then, he has his email address I don't remember ever blocked on. Email buck I'd like to offer some advice for everybody. We've become accustomed. When you see an error message, something didn't work to annoyingly click it away deleted get rid of it. Lack. It's amazing if you receive a rejection notice on email. It is nine times out of ten written in plain English what the reason is. In this case, I'm quite sure one of your trigger words which I have no idea why those are on your e Mail server but even The word Shit will get blocked by your email server if it's true, the content of the male so people if that comes back to you and it will say, it'll either give you a code been John's mail server, which I might add is has fabulous a. Squirrel male riding on top of it. It will John's mail server will speak back until you forbidden word, and then it's not why that is I. Don't know I find that quite restrictive on the freedom of speech, but that's up to him. So that's why. I don't even do it is not my did the system is set up by the guy who invented squirrel male I I might as new guy says Markelle died and this guy it does not like seeing cuss words in within emails he sees is some sort of version of spam. Or stuff that does not gonNA let pass and it'll get blocked and bounced. But it will tell you why and if you're on A. Very, clearly, what happened? Yeah. So please read these things. Yeah. So I don't know very annoying when they don't have one of the that's one of my pet peeves. Rejected to did you read it? Okay well, anyway note is. Going to give him a big Karma. No matter what deserves it. You've got. Karma. Thank you very much. and. Let me know if I was right. Next is Trevor Collette from Sarnia Ontario Canada, and he delivered three three, three dot three through a lot of thirty three threes today. And he says referred to email, and so I just looked up his last name and I got the email. Will Open it. And read it. Okay. In the morning John Am, I've been listening to agenda for several years of my brother. Hit me in the mouth. I need a do shing. You got it. Michigan. Spent deed do. The podcast help keep my middle mega dotted gala in scheck and helped me through the countless number of long shifts working as a CNC machinist I'm also listening to Shapiro the seed man and several others and have concluded that yours is indeed the best podcast universe. Thank you. Yeah, I'd say. I'm also a millennial that keeps subtitles on. Yes. The topic. But I will confirm that a lot of the mixes that are done. Make it very difficult to hear the voice channel Make sure your TV is not set to. This five point. One everyone's in coding for five point one. and. If that's how you co then sometimes does it come out so well in the wash when you just have to speakers. Right, this is true. illustrative processing going on most TV's don't do much of no none of it I think it's an attention spanning or maybe my selective hearing. Yes. Yeah. I would like to call two of my brothers as bags okay number one, Max Colette. Number twos. Zachary. Colette. Bringing us like to ask all the listeners or the best podcasts in the universe to ask themselves what value they get from it going to movie theater getting popcorn and pop would easily cost you over fifty dollars. It seems as though I was being given signs and have heard the call three dot three dot three. What time is it? Three thirty three? What is my phone charge at thirty three percent? How much time left on the microwave thirty three seconds you know what to do and you did it. Did it smart man for Jingle requests? I'd like Shapiro Laugh. Did I'm sorry I should read these earlier. Shapiro laugh that manning loop with the constitution. I think you can find that pretty easily and then a grid Grigorian donation Chan which is donate. You know that one and Karma. Thank you for being a super awesome dudes love and light. Okay I think I have and what was after the. Again. Yeah Shapiro Laugh Manning Whoop Yeah and the Gregorian donation chant donate whatever it is and then Karma. Okay. What? Slide worst version. So. Shows, we we horny to Noah Gentlemen. Is show that's really unique donate to. This John had speak donate to with no. Sciences turn. Walk. You've got. You know what's interesting whenever we bring that Jingle back. Inevitably I get new listener saying Haymond. Isis Song. Yes. Yes. Yes. You know. Why did you recognize it is the question. Would notice that's it was originally done as a parody of the Isis on because it was catchy. Because, it was catchy and it is chancey everyone recognizes the ice and song. Okay we get no this from Edward Tat. KNOL in Indianapolis Ontario. Three thirty, three, thirty, three, and he sent a note. In He's got no jingle request. So I'm going to tell you that but get your pencil out a because he's got some birthday style. Okay. We can do that apology. He writes apologies for computer generated note but I suspect John would find my handwriting to be in the top five illegible submissions. Always good for a laugh apparently to some people. In the morning gents, thanks your MacDill Shrinking podcasts I have forged ahead in life and living thus. July has proven an awesome month. Among other goings on the ongoing covert house arrested not keep hoosier and keystone state kinfolk from gathering last week in the mountains of Asheville North Carolina for the wedding of our number one granddaughter Lauren. Nice. Happy to welcome new generation Josh to the family trusting Adams on the spot talents. Request a congratulations clip for the happy couple can come up with that. Well. I got one for..

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"john mail" Discussed on No Agenda

No Agenda

02:53 min | 2 years ago

"john mail" Discussed on No Agenda

"Three thirty three thirty four again. Donation note sent via email John Unblocked me I've never interacted with you electron. Checks to have no reason to be blocked. Then, he has his email address I don't remember ever blocked on. Email buck I'd like to offer some advice for everybody. We've become accustomed. When you see an error message, something didn't work to annoyingly click it away deleted get rid of it. Lack. It's amazing if you receive a rejection notice on email. It is nine times out of ten written in plain English, what the reason is. In this case, I'm quite sure one of your trigger words which I have no idea why those are on your e Mail server but even The word Shit will get blocked by your email server. If it's true, the content of the male so people if that comes back to you and it will say, it'll either give you a code been John's mail server, which I might add is has fabulous a. Squirrel male riding on top of it. It will John's mail server will speak back until you forbidden word and then it's not why that is I don't know I find that quite restrictive on the freedom of speech, but that's up to him. So that's why. I don't even do it is not my did the system is set up by the guy who invented squirrel male I. I might as new guy says Markelle died and this guy it does not like seeing cuss words in within emails he sees is some sort of version of spam. Or stuff that does not gonNA let pass and it'll get blocked and bounced. But it will tell you why and if you're on a Very clearly, what happened? Yeah. So please read these things. Yeah. So I, don't know very annoying when they don't have one of the that's one of my pet peeves the. Rejected to did you read it? Okay, well, anyway note is. Going to give him a big Karma. No matter what deserves it. You've got Karma. Thank you very much. And let me know if I was right. Next is Trevor Collette from Sarnia Ontario Canada and he delivered three three, three dot three through a lot of thirty three threes today. And he says referred to email, and so I just looked up his last name and I got the email. Will Open it. And read it. Okay. In the morning John Am I've been listening to agenda for several years of my brother hit me in the mouth. I need a do shing. You got it..

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"john mail" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

05:17 min | 2 years ago

"john mail" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Knows his music and try to name that song. Oh, I'm not sure. But I'm sure Peter Green. It is being a green when he was with the John May all band. Oh, no kidding. That's right. Well, that's when I got into Peter Green. Wasn with John matter when mixed with wood wasn't with John Male as well. Yeah. John McVie was in the group too. He was absolutely, and I mean, that's when you know that's when Fleetwood Mac Rock wasn't working with John Mail. Well, I mean, they would know they were great with John Male. I think that's what really interested, but I need to follow, you know, Look, it on many people went through John Mail that you followed after they went through John Mail. Come on, Look, look who Peter Green had to replace in the John male band as the guitarist. Was Eric Clapton, Clapton. Yeah, but I mean, also looking glass went through there, too, as well. You know, Jimmy page went through there and so did get back and who replaced Peter Green? It was Mick Taylor. No kidding. So so, yeah. I mean, that was a great blues lineup, and everybody got famous after that. Yeah, well, I'm not. One of my favorite albums of all time is so well so well. That's done an album that's a song. But it's it's vermin album, then then play on. Thank you. Thank you their best. The best Fleetwood Mac album, then play on. Then play on what a fabulous album And I mean, you know Well oh, well with a song that just kind of made me go. Well, wait a minute, You know, Interestingly enough, that was song was a hit in the United States. But it wasn't in Britain, and that song was not originally on, then play on. But after it took off in America, they redid the album to include it. Is that right? I never knew that I loved doing the garden show. Don't you know? You remember? Remember what I told you about? You know, the subtlety of them play on the same kind of subtlety that George Clinton brought two of the song called Maggot Brain. I mean, I think that he may very well have been inspired by them Play on bio. Well, so, I mean that That could very well be. A lot of guitars were inspired by Peter Green, and what I mentioned this earlier. And don't worry, folks. We'll get to gardening. But this is more important. Peter Green once told a reporter that he wanted to express a cz Muchas he could in the music. Playing as few notes is possible. He was interested in expressing emotion in the songs rather than showing off how fast he could play. And in the process he gave space and freedom to other members of the band, which included a rhythm section that also adopted a less is more approach. He was so cool, he would turn his amp down before he would play a solo. Yeah, Yeah. Yeah, classics And you know, we would Max, you know to me sleeping. Mac has re invented themselves so many times and and I kind of liked each incarnation. As a matter of fact, I just got tired of the last incarnation. You know, it just may be made because it stayed around too long. Maybe they should have had a severe break up in somebody's Theo. You know somebody like Bob Welch again? Hey, take office. Give us another sound or Jonny Lang. Something like that. Yeah, it does. But it has been an interesting direction to go anyway. For those who are wondering why we're talking music. It's because Peter Green passed away yesterday died in asleep at the age of 73? Well renowned guitar is respected by other rock n roll guitarists. And as I mentioned earlier, even BB King thought that he was the most fluid guitarist he know that his playing style gave BB King chills. Yeah. Yeah, well, that's that's amazing because I even like his guitar style, much better than maybe even even that Eric Clapton's I was. Oh, I know way We know how you feel about Eric Clapton so way won't go there. He had his. He had his moments, but when he was with John Mail, exactly or with the Yardbirds Oh, the arbors. He did well as well. You got another. There's another band that actually seen all kinds of wo Who's next? So I had. I'm sure we've ticked off at least 250 people now you know, talking about music, but hey, come on. We're not going to talk about Regis Philbin for 10 minutes. Yeah, No, I remember my wife could but way both sob yesterday so anyways, hey, Symmetries are great this time of the year, man, especially this young man. Can you imagine? You know we had no weather during bloom time this year, So everybody's got an abundant of abundance of fruit this year, so I mean, I hope nobody's complaining Some of the cherry guys. Maybe. You know, the cracking was pretty bad, but we've got that one rainstorm. Yeah. Tell you what, you keep talking fruit trees. I'm going to play albatross in the background..

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"john mail" Discussed on Soundrise Podcast

Soundrise Podcast

02:53 min | 2 years ago

"john mail" Discussed on Soundrise Podcast

"Episode of sound. Rice podcast Hello Alex. how are you doing today a Lotta? Yes, ingrates, looking forward to this today, whereabouts covered a very interesting act a name that I've known for a long time, but unfortunately I hit and been very familiar with them until we decided to cover them our show. Their name is fleetwood Mac Right Lotta. Yes, fleetwood Mac. Mac One of the best selling acts of all time, so one of the most popular groups one of the most popular bands of old time, but fleetwood Mac stories rather interesting. Because when you say fleetwood Mac which lineup do usually mean. That's a good question. As this band went through a number of different LINEUPS, and you can say with a fair amount of objective not. that. Each one of these lineups was basically a separate band what they had in common, though was the rhythm section of Fleetwood Mac Mick fleetwood and John mcvie so Alex. did you know about this? No actually not, but I have to agree with you on the fact that day pretty much have a variety of a variety of sounds which will talk about. In regards to the album's. We picked for this for this episode and I'm really curious to know if the fleetwood MAC fan base is can't is kind of Split. What do you think I think? A lot of people are split the them there people who exclusively the fans of the early period of the band, and there are people a lot of them actually I would say who are exclusively the fans of the more pop. Pop oriented. Lineup from Nineteen, seventy five and onwards, but there are also those of us true music fans Kuchen, appreciate all of their extremely talented lineups, so as a band fleetwood MAC was founded in one, thousand, nine, hundred, seventy, one, thousand, nine, hundred, sixty, seven in London and they started out as a blues band. Basically three of them members had a stint with John Males. Blues breakers now those of you who know Blues Music Music, know what this band meant for British Blues John. Mail was the guy who had Eric Clapton in his band, who had one make Taylor that went on to join the rolling stones, and the most important thing for this episode he had one and only pizza green for a year or two as well so Peter. Green John Macri and Mick fleetwood all played in the blues, breakers, a highly influential, fantastic British blues.

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"john mail" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

03:01 min | 2 years ago

"john mail" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"World thermos Steph is pouring coffee for the summer sausage I was sent in the mail yesterday did you really get summer sausage in the mail one of them and I'm not kidding they're the size of like a big water bottle wow well I just bought one yesterday you did because I honestly I can get I'll bring you one tomorrow I want that squash soup in the summer sun okay I'm not talk to Jason to rule no thanks page sage who gave the staff sending you John mail his I know it's kind of funny he's a guy that helped us when we sold our business three years ago okay I think he made a little money yeah just like Albert they came from that way and wait till you see them all out bring it on good yeah I just I mean it's one thing to get one summer sausage in the mail two giant one split two giant in the same day yeah to to rule owes you're filling in those around like a gunslinger other right are you going to serve those sausages me I think I'm gonna bring on to the pot luck and tell the person that is bringing oranges to cut a mop no you know what goes well all you know what goes well over summer sausage crush Doritos it is do you you you coat you called summer sausage so grab Kinney's size zip one no I'm the kennys bringing snack sized Stephanie follow along place at rolling on man yeah crush Torino's that's right kiddies bringing the snacks size Doritos store potlucks it does take Kinney's Doritos and rolled around the summer sausage cannot my husband does with them and I'm sorry it like meat in it to kind of grosses me out anyway okay he slices at any fries it in border my and then puts it on like a roll with mayonnaise I told you yesterday I could get along with him that's how I make sandwiches I put a cuts four slices put him in the microwave for forty five seconds and then put him on a sandwich okay yeah I I could literally live on it eat three meals a day I guess probably also like brown Schweiger keys bacon Pat today I don't want them I know I don't like brown's I don't even know what it's like a it's like cream cheese and meat can you never say need spreading that anything that means something totally different in my community.

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"john mail" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM

News Radio 690 KTSM

03:37 min | 3 years ago

"john mail" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM

"Views the suspect twenty one year old Patrick Clusius was from a town more than six hundred miles away from el Paso in an area north of Dallas he surrendered to authorities after allegedly killing twenty people and injuring twenty six others including children president trump tweeted that he's working with state and local authorities trump said that he spoke with Texas governor Greg Abbott and pledge the total support of the federal government Minnesota senator any club chair is blasting president trump for setting a tone of heat in the country after the mass shooting in el Paso teachers and parents have to turn on the TV because they don't want kids to hear what's coming out of the mouth of the president of the United States that fuels a lot of hate in this country the democratic presidential candidate said she isn't claiming trump is responsible for the mass shooting but did say that he has played a role in the rising amount of aid in America Tony Gonzalez said read on the twenty nineteen pro football hall of fame class will forever be immortalized in canton Ohio Gonzalez read champ Bailey Keven mile why Thai law Johnny Robinson got their chance to speak as former players at the ceremony the late and legendary owner of the Broncos Pat Bowlen was honored with a video presentation and his family members unveiled his bus former cowboys executive Gil Brandt was also inducted brand started the ceremony off while Gonzales closed it out congressman Elijah Cummings is responding to a week of attacks by president trump against him in his city the chairman of the house oversight committee said he would welcome a visit by the president to visit Baltimore he said the trouble see strong people get up and go to work on the early bus you're listening to the latest from NBC news radio a separate key is back on US soil while he awaits the verdict of an assault trial in Sweden the rapper landed in Los Angeles late Friday night after spending a month in a Swedish jail for allegedly getting in a street brawl in stock home is that Brock in his attorney says he acted in self defense after being harassed by the alleged victim a verdict and sentencing will be issued on August fourteenth the airforce is taking extraordinary steps to deal with an epidemic of suicide for the first time ever all units will take a day off from training the units will choose a day from now this September fifteenth to take a tactical pause the airforce says it's about giving our airmen time back to connected break down barriers to getting help chief of staff general David cold theme posted a video message saying this service loses more air man to suicide than any other single enemy even more than combat so far this year Air Force reports seventy eight suicides twenty more than this time last year the trump administration yesterday announced plans to allow the importation of drugs from other countries and Florida is one of those states paying attention John mail can reports C. safe importation action plan provides the conditions with which importation would be acceptable in the U. S. at the direction of the president Florida passed a law this year to allow prescription drugs to be brought into our state from Canada US health and Human Services secretary Alex Cesar says he'll evaluate Florida's plan of action the president and I are committed to importing any cheap drugs for our American citizens as long as it can be done safely and reduce costs for the men we're very excited I personally am very excited to work with governor to Santos and the Florida team the governor announced a plan to begin drug importation in February thanks Joe mail can reporting gamers it's football season and man man I fell twenty is released dean you tell NBC news radio hello friends this.

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"john mail" Discussed on Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ

Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ

03:13 min | 3 years ago

"john mail" Discussed on Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ

"Tell me what it is. Well, aggregating soccer. This is a semi final before the Champions League. Champions League is SAP took the top fourteen for the NBA versus top fourteen from Spain bub all around the world. You know, the all come together didn't matter. What league this is the semi-finals each team plays a game at home in aggregate scoring as you simply combine the score at the end. So the first leg which was last week. I know y'all set in from your TV's and saw Barcelona one three nil messy sort of beautiful. He's or two goals to Bryce, but he scored a beautiful free kick. So three nil coming in. Okay. To wrap Liverpool at home puts up four goals. Four Nielsen they go through and it'll be champions in next team know, play Ajax or Tottenham today later on you know, so interesting about what you just said. I don't think in any of us in Israel, really care. The only people I care. Or, hey, what is it better? Oh, max Panetta's. But the world the world cares in everyone was tweeting and texting about an in. So we had a request and cover Liverpool. I'm not gonna get on an anti-soccer soccer because I'm not anti-soccer of the aggregate scoring is just something that doesn't make any sense to me third game. I'm not anti-soccer just not interested. Yeah. Yeah. There's no soccer. Our friend Mace. Yeah. It's going to be the honorary falcon near Mesa rapper. Yeah. Our friend. So the falcon came in here yesterday. Size of that thing. It proved on the air while Venice Mace was holding that norm. I'm not playing. It's not. I know you've done that. Yes. Not that big thing looks dental. But it's during pride night on the twenty fourth which is interesting because Elliott has his pride on twenty four th and then one week later the dodgers have their pride night. And I'm the honorary Thakin near for the dodgers. They have a falcon dog noise. Toni may that. You're gonna nominate yourself hell. Last year. But it's funny. Here's the interesting thing. I think it's that Steve Mason's doing a damn thing about soccer. Let it happen. I'm sorry. That is funny. And then last year, I was the only one from the station that went with the pictures for social and everything is very nice. The only station I would have gone, but he didn't tell me yesterday. You would have thought that he was receiving a lifetime achievement award the amount of people taking video this place was celebrated Emesa was the falcon ear like, you know, he had just won an Academy Award the way the. There were twenty different Instagram and Twitter post and with ELS e he got no just like going to be on his own for fighting. I don't even see it still cash saying we talked about the octopus speak a second ago that falcon has a beak and talent nine inches. Unbelievable. It's not that big. It has a very sharp beak and very sharp talent. John mail. I hear Johnny Gill's be good. Won't you? But what if it what? But it's not a matter of you have on a spic rotisserie pocketed..

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"john mail" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

05:46 min | 3 years ago

"john mail" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Dude. Here till five AM. Steve Grzanich has the opening bell at five. I may man Steve Cochran at six three morning drive here on WGN. We're live in the AllState skyline studio eighteen stories about beautiful downtown Chicago. And we're talking about reality shows, and again that was a Rasco requesting John mail and the blues breakers for two for Tuesday. It's your requests into Tuesday one artist to songs three one two nine eight one seven two hundred three one two nine eight hundred seven hundred. So it's thirtieth anniversary cops we thought we jump into the world of reality TV shows. And what are the ones that you watch? What are the ones that you've used to watch her? You're obsessed with their you're guilty pleasure. It's the world of reality TV on this thirtieth anniversary, which is so weird. Cops is thirty years old. So give us a call three one two nine eight one seven two hundred for talk and text. Here's Bill on WGN. Hi, bill. Good morning to twenty UPN music fanatic. And I can't believe that you're. Remember or as talked about where the gentleman was getting band members back together. He was either call getting back together was called. It was color. It was on VH one. It was called bands reunited, and I watched every episode of it wasn't it. Awesome. It was great. It was great. And the thing about it was that not all the bands got back together. Would they not not every episode was a success? Because some of the bands were like, I don't want to get back together with these guys, right? And did talk talk some of them into doing. It was neat. How he said. Oh, come on your own people want to see it. And and then they were played. And I just I just I just I really enjoyed it. Because it was good to hear these people that you haven't heard for so many years. Yeah. To that was a great show. And then they got to perform for one night in front of an audience, and then VH one would broadcast it it was it was a real good show because you got to Tino, these are these are bands that were hot most of them were like hot in the eighties or early nineties. And so they reunited, I can't remember which ones how many bands they reunited, but Berlin was once can maybe scandal. But I know Berlin was one for sure. Right. And boy there were there were a lot more. They were all they got was a terrific show. I thought that was great. Tapped into not only was it sort of a fun reality show. Not only was it. Cool to see these kind of acts the scene awhile. But also tapped into some nostalgia for for these for these bands that you haven't seen in a long time. So the other one that while those people that get together in the house VH1. when I started out. Surreal world where they put a whole bunch of celebrities in a house and had them live there. This was like they rented out a house lake in LA or whatever. A bunch of kids because. Wait, that's the real world. Yeah. That's the classic. That's real world. That's MTV. That wasn't that wasn't VH1.. That was MTV. Puck. And that I just I became involved in that. Because park was a guy you just hate it. Yeah. That was San Francisco that was the second season of of of the show that was San Francisco pick apart. I loved puck. I thought he was great. Was great. I thought he was great. All right Bill. Thanks, man. Yeah. The real world. I mean, that's the classic. And I'm looking at this list here in front of me where they rank and real world is ranked at number one. The best reality show of all time. I remember what a big deal. It was when the when the when the real world started with I was obviously in New York that was ninety. I want to say it wasn't like ninety two back in like ninety two. It was the first real world. And I I watched it. Religiously I watched every season religiously until Vegas. And then at Vegas, I just stopped because the Vegas cast was just it's just a bunch of idiots screwing, that's all it was. And and and and that's what the show kind of turned into. I did watch when they went back to Chicago. I watched a little bit of it. Just simply because it was in Chicago. But I stopped at Vegas was the cast where I went. Okay. I. But I think my favorite, I don't know. Got Seattle was good Seattle is really good back to New York with the MS that was a good one too. I think San Francisco might be the best season of the real world of all time. I think the I think San Francisco is the man but Seattle was good. And Chicago was good too. Because they were here. Very dramatic a couple of episodes because they were here filming in Chicago when nine eleven happened. And it was the first time they ever allowed a TV or any kind of contact to the outside world because if you're on the real world, you've no contact with the outside world, you know, there's no internet. There's none. There's no TV you're basically isolated from what's happening in the real world. Unless obviously if you go out and you're exposed to the real world, but because nine eleven happened while they were taping here in Chicago. They did allow because of the gravity of the situation. They did allow. A TV and to see the to see what was happening in in New York. So now, here's one extreme makeover home edition. This was the show. That like. Everybody cried every episode every episode of extreme makeover home edition. It's. It's they say you can throw extreme makeover home addition in the.

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"john mail" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

01:53 min | 3 years ago

"john mail" Discussed on KCRW

"What's happening with the Gibson les. Pauls guitar. So meanwhile, you know, Gibson, les, Paul has come out. It's actually kind of been a failure. It's the sales really dropped off toward the end of the fifties. Gibson canceled it replaced it with a different guitar leads. Paul has become completely obscure because rock and roll has taken over from the kind of polite sort of cheerful music that he and Mary Ford played now it's all about the kids in their cars. But in the mid sixties, some British musicians, namely, Eric Clapton and Keith Richards rescue this obscure les Paul guitar from a used shop in London and start to figure out that even though it completely wasn't designed for this at all it actually works really well to produce just torrents of distortion just heavy gained. Guitar sounds especially when you crank that amplifier up an almost does that better than any other guitar. So the the Gibson. Has kind of a resurgence in the mid sixties. So an Eric Clapton. I guess is is one of the key figures in that. Absolutely key recorded with a Dan told John mail and blues breakers on a record that is sort of stands. Defining illustration what you could do with A Gibson les, Paul and kind of showing its usefulness for hard rock and answering heavier music, which is sort of really what the less recognized exceeding. Okay. So, but when you think of electric guitar, shredding you think of Jimi Hendrix, I think.

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"john mail" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

The Paul Finebaum Show

04:57 min | 3 years ago

"john mail" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

"Hour. We will get you ready for the college basketball lineup a little bit later on the show. We're coming right back to listening to the Paul finebaum show podcast. Cried packing. Then pageantry of college football leaves here. This is the Paul finebaum show. Our to podcast, very will. Join us shortly by with a gun a Wednesday afternoon with continue more phone calls. Andy is next up in Knoxville handy. Say you selling bravery that? Joe Rexroad mash real yes, he has had a photograph of the foul on Trent. And it it looks like he was fouled. And even though he wouldn't have the congress on the offense if out him, but it it looked like is called wrong, and he was talking about what they not to fail. He was a dead. The thing that LSU, and I agree with him. He said he such a good. Version that that they should be more careful than anybody has the he never he never did would be able to go against LSU game again. But I mean, you'd be able to go to the other games. Andy. Thank you very much. Hoover is up next Hoover. Go right ahead. How you doing great? Thank you. A couple of points. Listen, I know do because without Don. And he lost a couple games where base getting a bit the past. If you think about it. We lost three traffic Kentucky, and we feel amuse down fifteen points last night and Jimmy dykes. Hate listening to him how he talks about the quicker faster more athletic better team that Kentucky just what happened. And you know, I looked in my wife's fifty six seconds. And I I I said gonna fifty six seconds is less than the secondhand. Let's say she thinks that there are quicker faster team than us. Then. Knicks home I talked to Jimmy I'll make sure he gives us an answer to that. Rick green. We'll come. Oh, it they'll open. Rick is up next. Are you but by bomb? Hey, rick. How're you doing? I'm fine. I'm eight thousand percent sure that the Adolf roof Cadillac bear. Bryant lighter is true. Really? Yes. I have a copy of the Adolph Rupp show, and they bear blah was his gas. And they talked all about it and bear Bryant never use the lighter. And he talked about the Cadillac, and I'm the same guy that has the I ninety five more p Brian, and I send it to you again over a month ago. When I haven't heard from, you know, we're wrinkle let me let me explain something. And I I think you're gonna cues me just making stuff up. I got something. Let me let me John Dany combat me up on this. This building is under construction right now. Dany John I want you to join in here. And there are hundreds of construction workers in our building. It's difficult to to maneuver and I got sensor. I got something in the mail yesterday. That was that was sent in November. So my my point is I don't know what's going on around here. But I will tell you again, Rick. I haven't gotten it yet. And I'm I'm not making excuses. The the I don't know where you're sending it, but we are not getting the mail on a regular basis here. Okay. Y'all vouch for I haven't got anything in weeks, dead John mail. I check my mail in years. Well. If you're a Tuscan lose, the if you'll let me know, I'll drought book in hand deliver it till you because I would like to I will be in Alabama where where do you live? I live in brea, which is thirty miles south of Tuscaloosa, okay? Well, there's a good chance overwhelming chance I'll be in Alabama several times between now and the football season. Okay. I'm looking forward to it. How also so you the Adolph Rupp show where they talk about it. And they talked about how they everybody says they didn't get along in bear Bryant. Did you are always nice to be? I don't know what they're talking about. Well, I'm glad to clear that Rick. I will see you in Alabama..

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"john mail" Discussed on KMJ NOW

KMJ NOW

04:07 min | 3 years ago

"john mail" Discussed on KMJ NOW

"And I know you're out there. I was downtown when the when the Trump event was going on the last time you pass through town. And there were a lot of red hats. Protests out of Blackstone and Shaw folks, coming out from both sides again a lot of hats. I'm unfazed by it. I just see it as a. Just one more sort of social signaling. If you own a mega have you taken any grief is anybody said anything to you about it or are most people rational enough to mind their own business and let you choose your own headwear like an adult. A little good news here from the Fresno police department with with an assist, I think from the Madera county sheriff's office a guy who attempted to kidnap a girl excuse me. A man who allegedly attempted to kidnap a girl from a bus. Stop in Fresno was arrested yesterday Madera county. The young lady was walking to a bus stop Thursday morning. The guy pulled over and tried to lure the girl into his vehicle. He told her quote, you're perfect. I will take you to school. Fortunately, the girl was able to get on the bus report the incident and a little bit of evidence helped identify the suspect as thirty five year old for Nando Hinojosa Kosta of Mercer. He was arrested around four o'clock Friday afternoon near forty one and avenue, twelve Madera county. The arrest warrant was specifically for the charge of annoying and molesting a child. Good work by local law enforcement real. I mean that was really quick because the description that went out to the media was so general and so brought I didn't think that I didn't think they find the guy. I thought he was going to disappear into the weeds. I see phone stack it up here at four hundred fifty eight fifty eight and I'd like to hear from you guys. Again, a call out to those who own the maga- hat. When you wear the hat out in public. Do you catch any grief for people comment on it? Have you had anybody treat you as other or less than by virtue of wearing your make America? Great again gear. We'll start with John and Fresno, John you're on KM J good afternoon. Good afternoon. Yeah. I have the hat. I've had it for over a year. And. I'm afraid to wear it. I drive an expensive car. Everyone looks at the car and a German car and. I don't want bullet holes in my car. No, no. It fighting's me. Do you? Really? I I'm I'm a little bit surprised to hear you phrase. It that way. And I don't know if you're speaking hyperbolic or not do you really feel like somebody would take potshots at you for wearing a make America. Great again hat here in Fresno. Absolutely real live on Huntington boulevard. So, you know, there's a lotta strange people in this town, and I don't trust them. So you've got to do. I mean, when you go out like, I I don't know just for the sake of argument, if you're going to like the Joe are Pyo dinner or Sarah Palin came back to town. Would you be transporting the hat like in a bag until you got to the venue, exactly? John mailing. Sorry that you feel that way. I mean, nobody nobody should be fearful of expressing an opinion like that. Right. I know. But in this town this area in California's central California, it frightens me. There's too many people out shooting anyway, for various reasons, John, I I agree that there's there's an issue with incivility to be sure I I'm really sorry to hear that. I I hope that that whatever's whatever's created that sense of fear..

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"john mail" Discussed on Material

Material

02:58 min | 3 years ago

"john mail" Discussed on Material

"Attention, and I had not seen the Amazon one linked to earlier but not click on it. And then I read like the Google one in like, oh my God. It's such a great such a great experiment. Right. So okay. So Kashmir is a heavy user of g mail docs calendar. I can attest that to myself. I I am using. I mean, I there's a reason why it's easy for me to get my work done on a Chromebook. Because literally everything I use is in the Google ecosystem. So it's already there. She had an engineer creative VPN for her that blocked, all I'm gonna read this eight million six hundred ninety nine thousand six hundred forty eight Piatra ses used by Google over eight million, but she switched to non Google apps and services including apple maps and mapquest, which by the way. Those of us is Google users would not have apple maps to use duck duck. Go fire FOX apple calendar. I don't know what I would use besides calendar. Pro. John mail or excuse me. I don't know what I would use. 'cause I don't use. I less proton mail and rise up dot net for Email. So in the write up, which again, I will put in the show notes because we encourage you if you don't have time to read it this week. It's definitely a good morning. It's really really good to read over your coffee should miss a meeting because the lift an Uber apps relied on Google map. So she had to take the bus. Says you couldn't couldn't take either of those services map quest for card. Abrogation kept blindly, sending her into huge traffic jams. Unlike Google maps, which can see the movement of damn near every car everywhere. And now tell you the speed limit where you're at and also like the speed trips are and. Yeah, everything she couldn't use Spotify because it uses Google cloud for library storage, which actually didn't know. So just makes. So by the way, as you read this you start to Delvin delve more into like, oh, wow. Wow. I know ID, and this is where it all comes into the picture. So her smart home devices were paying Google every hour to see if the device was connected to the internet. If it couldn't see Google the only rational answer was that. There was no internet. So just kind of honing in on that idea that Google does run the internet. It's not as though these devices were like sinking to Google account or collecting. Information to sell the Google. It was like, okay. First of all, let's see for it collected the internet. Well, what's the one site? That would absolutely be up if we see internet, but oh can't see Google. My goodness. I must not be on the internet. Right checked. She hasn't had ungodly slow page load times. Remember that engineer had gone in the league blocked all nearly nine million Google links and service wasn't like giving chocolate for or something. It was like her her, computer..

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