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"john oates" Discussed on Behind the Steel Curtain
"And you know there's always so much to talk about when it comes to the pittsburgh steelers but the inquiry surrounding the black and gold are definitely ever-evolving especially this week with the draft less than a week away. Mike tomlin extension the jersey number row changing justin lanes arrest and the threat of all a hundred villanueva moving to the baltimore ravens. It seems like the musical selection. That best fits. This week's factor fiction could be the hall and oates top ten hit from nineteen eighty-three say it is in. So here's a sample of that. Great pop single. Say it. tell me what you want. Yeah i'll do it baby. I promise right now say it. Who prop you up when you were stopped. Low motivation had you on the ground. I know your first reaction you slide away hideaway goodbye. But if there's a doubt maybe i can give out a thousand reasons. Why you have to say doesn't so you can ponder the significance or wonder whether they are related here or maybe i just want an excuse to listen to the legendary duo of daryl john. Yes my favorites but anyhow there is surely a lot to wonder about be. Tse tries to answer some of the poignant wanderings ahead of time take a gander at some bold statements on this and more as we label them as fact or fiction. Are we on point. Well of course only time will tell factor fiction number one alejandro. Villanueva is a traitor if he joins the baltimore ravens fiction hell to the no all hundred villanueva is a free agent and that period officially began on march seventeenth. The steelers have signed three offensive linemen and the persons of johannesburg rashad coward and zach banner. Who was reassigned to the steelers. They have no immediate. Need for all honjo. I would think the ravens would be attractive to the veteran of the us armed forces which the ravens celebrate very often in pre-game billing away by feed his family. If he wants to stay in the game he's going to go where he's wanted just because it's a rival doesn't mean that he's going to turn down the opportunity i realize in the past guys like hines ward so that he would rather retire than join a team like the ravens and that's his prerogative but hines ward had fifteen years in the league and that was a personal choice. Villanova has to make a choice on whether he wants to remain working or not. You can't fault him for the next jersey. He wears whether it's purple or not when his former team did nothing to keep them factor fiction number two. The draft plan will surely go out the window if certain players fall fact. I've said this before. And i'll say it again. Players will arise without occurring which it always does others will fall and the teams that stop the slide benefit from it back in two thousand eighteen mitch. Trubisky made a late run up the draft boards. Well lamar jackson almost fell out of the first round. We all know how that turned out. We've seen the likes of dan marino. Aaron rodgers drop. We could go all day citing players that endured a free fall and the teams have benefited from their descent. Down the draft board the steelers famously saw rod woodson dropped to them at number ten in nineteen eighty. Seven ben rothlisberger epic green room waiting game in twenty four as well as david. Decastro and bud dupree plummeting in two thousand twelve and two thousand fifteen respectively. There's other instances to if i guy like christian dera saw mike parsons or any other player expected to go very early on is available. The steelers could abandon their expected plan. Of course you've got us -ssume that the steelers have a high number of scenarios already planned out and we'll be ready for anything factor fiction number three this could be the ideal draft first steelers trade down twenty twenty one is the perfect draft for the steelers are trae down if they are so inclined. Sure the team has so many needs but because of covid nineteen. This is a much more loaded draft even in the middle rounds. There's a reason for that to some players. Took the entire twenty twenty collegiate season off and others had a step up in their absence. Basically there's so much to choose from with the steelers. Having a lot of draft needs an extra pick in those middle rounds or an extra second rounder might be so valuable. I realized that you want to have a first rounder. Because of all of that important fifth year option therefore it would be ideal for the steelers to trade down but remain in the first round if they could kevin colbert is always going to answer the phone and the steelers have traded down in the past but never out of the first round technically traded out of the first round when they picked up makeup. It's patrick in twenty. One thousand nine hundred four. They're two thousand twenty number one pick however when trading out of the first round in the same draft. They haven't done it at least not in the chuck knoll. Bill cower. Mike tomlin era. This would definitely be the year to do it if they so choose factor fiction number four justin lanes arrest alters. The steelers draft plan at the position of cornerback fiction so justin lane gets arrested this week for speeding marijuana and having a gun in his car. This event actually has some fans in media. Wondering if the steelers are going to elevate cornerback even more up their draft board lane was not penciled in to be a starter and he is adept piece. The steelers were targeting a corner regardless of lanes extracurricular activities but it could have been in the third or fourth round draft. One high to which many people assumed that they would but that is more due to the fact that show. Hayden's contract is running out. Soon and steven nelson is no longer on the team. But it has nothing to do with the arrest of the third year man from michigan state. Justin lane doesn't really factor in this decision factor. Fiction number five extending. Mike tomlin's contract. Three years is actually good strategy. Fact i get that there is quite a bit of steelers fans. That don't feel that. Mike tomlin has achieved enough with the roster. He has had since twenty seven. Just like in the late ninety when everybody thought it was time for hometown. Boy bill cower to go. Some people were dismayed when the steelers offered and tomlin accepted a three year extension this week. That's really good strategy. I have to tell you that the reason why starts with ben roethlisberger if we were tires and you're starting over. Having a coach with the reputation players that tomlin has is so imperative. We saw it in the twenty twenty one off season where three steelers decided to stick around with a team when they could have gotten more money elsewhere now. There are a lot of reasons for that but a lot of it has to do with the culture that mike tomlin is put in place having tomlin. Around after ben's departure could prevent a total rebuild. If the next two years actually see the team take a step back with their first losing season. In the mike tomlin era the team may decide to part ways but for now it's a shrewd move to hand coach. T. three more years there. You have it. It's factor fiction from behind the curtain dot com. My name is brian. Anthony davis remember. It's draft week. There's got to be so much more happening and it. It's going to be exciting and that.
"john oates" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI
"In return but it was the obvious looking at the data that at the end of the day if we try to push back prematurely not only would we lose lives but it probably would even hurt the economy it is a versatile her dead they're trying to kill thank you bill thank you so who's trying to kill where will the deadline to kill the dead they're trying to kill her off the shoulder trying cases here uses this one if you just look at those and say they're very little infections in this area or that area of that area we don't have to worry about it you're making a big mistake and I says yes there's a lot to kill yes it does all is lost with those there's a lot of sales yes there's a lot that kills yes there's a lot that goes that's what I'm here yeah I would agree yes there's a lot of six feels all mine were very so do you think there is a conspiracy to release this and they're just basically will give the death tolls and dollar signs in their eyes at me here gates talked about the poison almost a year about blood found she has a I mean both of them you know they're both you know partners in as they're both trying to find a vaccine Hey listen this one this is guys for a couple years ago are we simply by investments that are are you know properly in please by governments and then we do our good work through our our donations this is Kerr this is two years ago corona grows in humans now Kronos grows new men's now you got to be kidding me I always knew my listener right now all he does is it gives you the chills I think we should end the show right now it's done we're over we're so screwed so screwed up it is talk about defaming reversal all my god it just gets better and better David John Oates with us tonight on the road hi all all I could roll you're kidding eight seven seven seven three three one zero one one that's eight seven seven seven three three one zero one one David I want to hear that forward and reverse back and forth so we can make sure that we're not pulling a fast one on people.
"john oates" Discussed on KTRH
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"john oates" Discussed on KTRH
"The radio tonight because we're gonna have a really intimate time with David John Oates Tyler reverse speech is it alright to send intimate time it is it gets pretty into it you know if it's a dark room your Cup of coffee your Cup of tea put the kettle on as they say and or bowl chili or whatever you have mush cream of wheat Gretz whatever you do because it's cold in some places yes you may David John Oates and here we are today with the reverse speeds the reverse speech that David John Oates will go back to the program you know it it's it's kind of like it's gonna be really enlightening tonight because now once again I always I I I I know that we have to do this because I don't think so sometimes with something so novel is reverse speech people have a hard time understanding what exactly is going on here so once again and and just so that we don't assume that everybody knows what's going on I would like you to explain what you've discovered with regards to reverse speech in White River speech is so important all right up well let's say only Thompson quest to that one okay I have been researching this for thirty six years now it originally started for me as a hobby blind Ruggero Rick was back with some show quite a few people live did that back in the days of the late seventies early eighties and Lynn and I was phoning back with masters in Iraq wrong right Wendell satanic because people were climbing and all sorts of different messages then I accidentally stumble across phenomenon in human speech tools for use later and I Dr several months of research I discovered that it first speech was quoted in a polite and ruthless about once every fifteen twenty seconds you could hear a very clear Fridays about the gibberish that appeared to be what people were thinking and feeling at the Thomas speaking I went further than and devised a theory to explain it previously it had been done is backed by asking backward by asking I didn't feel that isn't intentional that's intentional right when they do you need if they do wrong things are reversing their intentional messages this is an essential business something happens naturally my correction yeah this is a this is what I wrote about that yet this is a naturally occurring functional language all of us of doing it as we speak as the humans the theory is that as a Sheila Bryant is creating the sales of speech it's popular sounds together in such a way that where if you sign two things at once one is Ford's obviously which is Hallett speaking to you now which is the conscious mind speaking but at the same time as a conscious mind is making the unconscious behind all that I'm saying part of ourselves is also speaking of that is speaking in reverse I called the phone number reverse speech it said they were actually there was actually a technical nine four which is actually colossal lost six but that's a bit of a tongue twister we want to get into that that and it's a natural functional language also enough fix was actually a technical term that they use to try and communicate with dolphins in my correct I wasn't really I didn't know if that job that that word I mean it just the government used that in order to communicate with dolphins and I think that if you dig deep enough because I was doing some research about you prior to having on my one of my first shows you're my second show actually I remember that I did back in nineteen ninety five you're the second show and I remember reading that they were running tapes are reversed to try and communicate with dolphins because the dolphins understood what they call the call that ideal para dolia at the time Gosselaar sticks they sting yeah and and they said that the the dolphins in it couldn't listen to human speech forward and backward and and they detect what whether or not you're a good person or a bad person in the process it would not surprise me one little bit yeah well they get a gloss full of gnostics Gosselin Ahmet sheer gloss for Ross to so we're gonna do some Gosselin optics coming up if you don't know that it's reverse speech for those of us who don't we can't take off with us six or Glassell obstacle exploration as we would they would join us as we reveal some of it reversals that are heard by some of the authorities from CBC and also president trump so it's gonna be an interesting show tonight so stay tuned for that right here on grounds or the numbers to call in tonight eight seven seven seven three three one zero one one that's eight seven seven seven three three one zero one one we we we thought to be a nice I guess that alternative to hear some of these things that you know at least that open our minds to some wondered some interesting things added that that's exactly what we're here tonight so I mean we're gonna give you reports as reports come in but not today nor that but the moment we we're gonna take some time to you know just.
"john oates" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM
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"john oates" Discussed on 600 WREC
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"john oates" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI
"Really intimate time with David John Oates silent river speech is it a right to say an intimate time it is it gets pretty into it you know with that dark room your Cup of coffee your Cup of tea put the kettle on as they say and or bowl chili or whatever you have mush cream of wheat grass whatever you do because it's cold in some places just you may David John Oates your messages then I accidentally stumble across phenomenon in human speech tools for use later and I die after several months of research I discovered that it first speech was quarter the plight and ruthless about once every fifteen twenty seconds you could hear a very clear Fridays about the gibberish that appeared to be what people were thinking and feeling at the top of speaking I went further than and devised a theory to explain it previously it had been done is backed by asking backward masking I didn't feel that is an intentional that's intentional right when they do they do wrong things in reverse in their intentional messages this is an essential this is something happens naturally my correction yeah yeah this is a this is what I wrote about that yet this is a naturally occurring functional language all of us of doing it as we speak as he was the theory is that as a Sheila Bryant is creating the sales of speech it's popular sounds together in such a way that where if you sign two things at once one is Ford's obviously which is Hallett speaking to you now which is the conscious mind speaking but at the same time as a conscious mind is making the unconscious behind all that on the same part of ourselves is also speaking and that is speaking in reverse I called the phone number reverse speech it said their actions there was actually a technical nine four which is as you draw salen lost six but that's a bit of a tongue twister we want to get into that that bad and it's a natural functional language Gosselin gnostics was actually a technical term that they use to try and communicate with dolphins in my correct I wasn't really I didn't know that yeah that that word I mean it just the government used that in order to communicate with dolphins and I think that if you dig deep enough because I was doing some research about you prior to having on my one of my first shows you're my second show actually I remember that I did back in nineteen ninety five you're the second show and I remember reading that they were running tapes to reverse the trend communicate with dolphins because the dolphins understood what they call they call that ideal para dolia at the time Gosselaar sticks today yeah and and they said that the the dolphins in it couldn't listen to human speech forward and backward and and they detect what whether or not you're a good person or a bad person in the process it would not surprise me one little bit yeah well they get a gloss full of gnostics Barcelona Ahmet sheer gloss long lasting so we're gonna do some Gosselin optics coming up if you don't know that it's reverse speech for those of us who does who can't think awful about six or Glassell Stickle exploration as we would they would join us as we reveal some of it reversals that are heard by some of the authorities from CBC and also president trump so it's gonna be an interesting show tonight so stay tuned for that right here on ground zero the numbers to call in tonight eight seven seven seven three three one zero one one that's eight seven seven seven three three one zero one one we we we thought to be a nice I guess alternative to hear some of these things to you know at least that open our minds to some wondered some interesting things and and that that's exactly what we're here tonight so I mean we're gonna give you reports as reports come in without getting nor that but the moment we we're gonna take some time to you know just kind.
"john oates" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM
"Radios that I guess we're gonna have a really intimate time with David John Oates start reverse speech is it alright to send intimate time it is it gets pretty into it you know if it's a dark room it's a couple coffee your Cup of tea put the kettle on as they say and or bowl chili or whatever you have mush cream of wheat Gretz whatever you do because it's cold in some places just you may David John Oates and here we are today with reverse speeds the reverse speech that David John Oates will go back to the program you know it it's it's kind of like it's gonna be really enlightening tonight because now once again I always I I I I know that we have to do this because I don't think so sometimes with something so novel is reverse speech people have a hard time understanding what exactly is going on here so once again and and just so that we don't assume that everybody knows what's going on I would like you to explain what you've discovered with regards to reverse speech in White River speech is so important all right well let's say only Thompson quest to that one okay I have been researching this for thirty six years now it originally started for me as a hobby blind Ruggero Rick was back with some show quite a few people live did that back in the days of the late seventies early eighties and Lynn and I was finding back last season in the rock or alt right Wendell satanic because people were climbing handles also different messages then I accidentally stumble across from not morning human speech tools for use later and I Dr several months of research I discovered that it first speech was quarter of their plight in reverse about once every fifteen twenty seconds you could hear a very clear Friday's a box of gibberish that appeared to be what people were thinking and feeling at the top of speaking I went further than and devised a theory to explain it previously it had been done is backed by asking back with Boston I didn't feel that isn't intentional that's intentional right when they do you need if they do wrong things in reversing their intentional messages this is an essential this is something happens naturally my correct yeah this is a this is what I wrote about that yet this is a naturally occurring functional language all of us of doing it as we speak as it was the theory is that as a Sheila Bryant is creating the sales of speech it's popular sounds together in such a way that where if you sign two things at once one is Ford's obviously which is Hallett speaking to you now which is a conscious mind speaking but at the same time as a conscious mind is making the unconscious bought all that I'm saying part of S. cells is also speaking that is speaking a reverse I called the phone number reverse speech it says that there actually was that she had technical nine four which is as you draw salen lost six but that's a bit of a tongue twister we want to get into that good the bad and it's a natural functional language Gosselin gnostics was actually a technical term that they used to trying to medicate with dolphins in my correct I wasn't really I didn't know if that job that that word I mean it just they were the government used that in order to communicate with dolphins and I think that if you dig deep enough because I was doing some research about you prior to having on my one of my first shows you're my second show actually I remember that I did back in nineteen ninety five you the second show and I remember reading that they were running tapes are reversed to try and communicate with dolphins because the dolphins understood what they call they call that ideal para dolia at the time Gosselaar stakes they sting yeah and and they said that the the dolphins in it couldn't listen to human speech forward and backward and and they they tacked what whether or not you're a good person or a bad person in the process it would not surprise me one little bit yeah well they get a gloss full of all six plus one I see on it sheer gloss for Ross to so we're gonna do some Gosselin optics coming up if you don't about it's reverse speech for those of us who does who can't say Gosselin US six or Glassell obstacle exploration as we would they would join us as we reveal some of it reversals that are heard by some of the authorities from CBC and also president trump so it's gonna be an interesting show tonight so stay tuned for that right around ground zero the numbers to call in tonight eight seven seven seven three three one zero one one that's eight seven seven seven three three one zero one one it we we we thought to be a nice I guess that alternative to hear some of these things to you know at least that open our minds to some wondered some interesting things and and that that's exactly what we're here to do night so I mean we're gonna give you reports as reports come in we're not going to ignore that but the moment we we're gonna take some time to you know just kind.
"john oates" Discussed on X96
"That he had a legendary sex street during the band's heyday culminating in a number of bed pals that he still can't totally recall well I'm sure it was thousands I've lost track he said if you lived through the seventies and eighties if you were a rock star during that time there was no way you can comprehend what it was like there were no cell phones of people taking pictures of everything you did also there's no evidence there was no social media posts also insisted that these dalliances were much more innocent than we would expect thanks in part to his tour schedule helping to make these sexy dreams come true I used to meet girls in various towns and sort of have a relationship I'd see them and then I come back of six months later and see them again that's not a relationship gone kind of will you do it low enough times I just because road reading this I'm thinking so yeah why is who who cares because he always gets marginalized and I think maybe he's like trying to say Hey I good girls like me too this is not the only this is why you have the impression that I wasn't doing much during when I was working on this I have a hard time thinking women were ended John Oates well I wouldn't they be I don't know just the bus that's a bad mustache but it was it was a it was a mustache of the time yes it was an epic mustache at the time that was the thing women more yeah I mean that's I'm explaining the mustache and so on I think he's lying why would he tell you if you were a rock star in the seventies and eighties you don't understand he says.
So Long And Thanks For All The Renewable Energy
"To you. Did what now podcast where we discuss stories and science and tech that make us ask exactly that he everyone. Thanks for listening on your go. Stephanie Educator in silence efficient on air and I'm like Oh Programmer Tech Guy. Hello Stephanie. Happy Monday happy Monday Mike. How's it going US good Keeping busy but not as busy as Elon. Musk apparently you see all these Elon. Musk updates that have been coming out of the year. And guess what's going on with align. Well we mentioned airlink Supposedly he tweeted out a tweet a couple of weeks ago whenever was that he says the upgrades since the last like public press conference or wherever he did it is awesome headaches expires to show it to us this summer. Sometime I guess a monkey controlling the computer and then he didn't actually get to put it in a in a human last year but he's hopeful that maybe that could happen this year too so he's putting near a link in in a monkey. Yeah he's he says. There is a monkey controlling the computer just to catch everybody up. The neuro link. Is the this like brain interface thing where he's drilling tiny holes in in putting all sorts of little wires in your brain to help you Control computers with your mind okay. So you thought he's already got in the monkey control computer he's got update plan for the summer is going to. I guess does the Monkey. I guess I totally missed that in the news so Thank you that's terrifying. Monkey is controlling computer. Like I mean. What does the monkey do when it's on a computer? I mean I mean I guess you showed a picture of a banana added of bananas. All Day we'll see I guess. This'll this'll be whatever this. Prescott what he did what he decides. It's probably consumption. He said the summer. Maybe he'll have a a relief. I want to follow this monkey on twitter. Felt like this is a missed opportunity. You just want to know you know. Well maybe once they show us. The by presumably monkey will feature in this video or whatever with a release in the summer. So I'm sure we'll see a monkey short soviet-created twitter account. Yeah I just WanNa know what what a monkey does when he gets on the computer. What sites is he going to you? And what videos is he watching? What does he like you know? Yeah WanNa see his tick tock okay. Let's sing so he also I. This is less exciting or Aureus in Hashtag -able but a tesla solar is coming out. This year should be like a public roll out him. Solar panels and You take a look at them. They're actually they're not as like obvious. I guess is the Word Book for in on Euro as traditional solar panels. You know whether or not you like them or not. They're kind of up there. Kinda obvious solar panel. Your roof does look like a roof. The Tesla ones apparently look like just kind of like a roof for the most part. How many manage that the other one? I mean the ones by neighborhood are very obvious that you've got eight solar panels on your roof there. They kind of stick out. But some people even banned like homeowner associations which whatever but what happens for those people. I want to get it to homeowner associations because we started one another podcast on that. I'm sure the justice low ones almost just like black like shiny roof panels. You if you weren't looking for me might not even notice. Yeah but how much are they? That's what I WANNA know. Because when we looked into solar panels it was going to take us about twenty years to break even year which is a bad over. The most mortgages but I I think some New Jersey. I think it's better than that. It depends on your exposure. Sometimes governments have rebates and stuff for For Energy you know for being and efficient. Because you're you're basically selling it back to them. Do you would think so. But it doesn't always work out exactly like you know exactly like that. There's only so much it was. It was really weird so we did not end up going with it but I feel like if there's a tesla solar panel for your house my husband definitely GonNa one eight you know. He's already he's already waiting for that. Tesla track so if you if they're making some if they're making some some advances to this would make it easier on our Puckett but then I think that's great. Let's go for it will check it out. I'll throw some links up in the John. Oates is I usually do and It looks pretty cool of is I don't know where they're gonNA roll it out if it's everywhere it's GonNa be cheap. Who knows yeah bonus you know? Can you buy a Tesla truck and get a rebate your solar panels on bundle and Save Save? You got you got your brain. You got a solar panel. You get a tesla chuck price of one. Maybe baby the solar panel can power the The computer that you're using to control your brain. I want to control the Solar Plant Pinot with my brain genuine cutting but so energy solar panels. Actually that's what I want to talk about today. So okay the the transition here. Yeah solar panels. I mean you. You just mentioned that you looked into it. I have trees so I cannot Gets alert south southern facing trees or whatever that cash shade which is nice because my house cooler backyard shaded but I can't get solar panels so many talked about. We've talked wanting to put solar panels on the road for Carts. Dr On so yes I mean. Obviously energy crisis is a thing. The plant is warming were burning coal debate. Yeah it's all sorts of bad things happening so energies obviously up popular research toppings. There's a lot going on whether it really I found interesting was sort of like anti solar panel. An anti solar panel right now doesn't sound good. It's a catch you into the dark. Marvel Verse Ser so darks. Anti solar panel would be one that generates electricity at night. How is it going to generate electricity? At night. Can't the Moon's he's the Moon's light well? The Moon is solar panel. I mean but it's not bright enough generally for right for so this. This is an article I found in kind of a bunch of places but CNN dot com. So he's he jerry Monday. A professor at the University of California Davis. He's working on a prototype that basically keep generating power at night. The idea is that solar panels are cold. Objects pointed at the hot sun absorbed the light and generate power. This would be the opposite. You would heat up the solar panel or the Anti Solar Panel Thermal radio to sell would heat up point of the night sky much cooler object and that would radiate infrared light and that would generate energy. You did what now yes. We're turning night into power. This doesn't make sense to me at all explained that all over again so regular. Solar power generates power by absorbing sunlight which causes a voltage to appear cross device for current to flow and devices later instead admitted your heating up the device and it's emitting light and the current and voltage. They go in the opposite direction but would still generate power from different materials but the physics is basically the same interesting so it only makes our at night. These would only yes only make our at night. I guess you will. Maybe you could have some sort of dual device where sweat swaps because you have to heat up the part of the panel to generate the heat at night when it's cooler so I will. Obviously this is still just prototype stuff but you have a device that does both. Maybe you're you. Have you know. Maybe the South Park facing part of Your House. The Sun to be daytime. Get The Sun and you put us the other side of the House for nighttime powered pointed at Cooler Sky. Because that's not as it doesn't really matter the skies cool whether or not there's light or not. I mean I guess so but is it really need if you already have solar panels on your house or a you know using power to really need that extra anti-ciller panel well. I mean solar panels. Not exactly useful. How expensive it was. I mean. They're not necessarily perfect. They don't generate necessarily enough power. And then you get rainy gays stretching rainy days you neutral go negative in terms of power consumption versus power generation and this help create more power. I mean anything that create more power is generally good. Sure I mean I. I could absolutely see being the usefulness in places that maybe don't get a lot of sunlight you know so I mean I. I would be eligible for something like this campus. So maybe this would be a way for somebody like me to have you know golf. Set power a little bit. Could or you know some. Yeah like you said you're way up. North way down south we are Deitz. You Switch Unites Twenty hours or eighteen hours. Sometimes when you're on that part of your revolution around the sun like this would be probably a good idea. Yeah I still baffles me. Mind that you can get energy out of darkness. I still still like crazy to me.
John Oates of Hall & Oates says he slept with ‘thousands’ of women during the ‘70s: ‘I’ve lost track’
"Wait John it's the says he has slept with thousands of women hi this is exciting to me thousands of women why that exciting hall and Oates I mean you want to know that they're getting their freak on yeah they definitely where he said I'm sure it was thousands I've lost track he's seventy one years old and he said if you didn't live through the seventies and eighties if you weren't a rock star during that time there's no way you can comprehend what it was like there were no cellphones and people taking pictures of everything you did there was no social media it was much more innocent he said I used to meet girls in various towns and sort of have a relationship I might see them and then see them six months later he said he never had a drug problem he says coke was ubiquitous Daryl hall and I never had our issues with it because we never did it I tried it back in the studio fifty four days and it made me feel so uncomfortable but I couldn't do it it just wasn't my thing I mean and isn't that a blessing when you think about it it is I would just like to pay very close attention to the language he used because he said we never did it and then he talks about when he did how we did it we just need you didn't do it more than one yeah I tried it yeah and then he didn't really do it but I just world to know you can't undo it once you're doing that's true he did say both Terrel and I knew that we were going to be musicians for the rest of our lives and the only way for us to be musicians for the rest of our lives was to keep our bleep together they did suffer with issues with money mismanagement at one point John out says that he had homes in New York Connecticut an aspen hit an airplane hit a garage full of vintage cars but he had no cash he had no money well he said it's embarrassing me to realize that I should have been more aware and knowledgeable of what was going on but I was swept up in being a pop star it was too easy to party to play my music and then he sold everything but kept his condo in aspen he moved to start fresh she remarried had a son and said that that financial hardship really helped him because he was able to move forward and just be so much more responsible going
"john oates" Discussed on The Bone 102.5
"Drew go rob a live on one of two point five to blow they while waiting for the sun when I old yeah well I went up well but it just a lot if you when it comes to the eighty Michael Jackson and Madonna were at the top of the right they've been at their heels were these guys do all Philadelphia general hall and John Oates no way I'm almost positive they are the third highest grossing of the nineteen eighties should be I mean kiss on my list you make my dreams mild rich girl lost that loving feeling they're watching don't education with the yeah I mean I consider the blue eyed soul which is nice way of saying white people sold this list is obviously not the yeah all I know it's not even on the number three that you're looking at I question these guys are in the same conversation with really appreciate them more than Michael Jackson or Madonna I'm just saying I didn't think they were that big of a deal they were a huge deal.
"john oates" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI
"He was ready twelve hundred W. O. a I everybody buckle up everybody buckle up what goes on in the car but your in control so only move when you hear the click that says they're buckle they never give up until the buckle up learn more at safer car dot gov slash kids buckle up a message from the national highway traffic safety administration and yet cancel the government at the top of the I'm quite Louise and this is ground zero rivers with David John Oates service call the night eight seven seven seven three three one zero one one eight seven seven seven three three one zero one one it's unfortunate and we're not able to play the greater birds reversals because apparently in reverse they're all full of colorful language we can hear on the on the radio for doing internet we probably could colorful language Alexander copy Cortez but we hope we can get on the radio but they probably did work we're sorry but actually we're looking back we were thinking it kind of tells it all.
"john oates" Discussed on Your Last Meal With Rachel Belle
"Last month was your last meals third anniversary what you give as a gift. Is it aluminum or let's talk goes. What is this Gift Dry Pasta. Oh I'm happy with that and if you haven't been listening since the very beginning there are plenty of episodes to get you through your runs in your road trips and your procrastinate baking sessions. I happen to be a big Fan of the William Shatner episode even if you've never watched star trek like me and don't know anything really about William Shatner until so you researched him for your podcast also me I guarantee you will be entertained. I read that you are conceptualizing. Show called MEL mothers. I'd like to feed and what would that soapy about well I I. I'm ah about to say something that doesn't look wouldn't look good imprint after having him on the show. We are all in love with fashion designer. Isaac Mizrahi also it just makes wonderful newfangled muffin ideas because nothing is a buffet anymore by the way just to be like some hybrid between a Muffin and scuff cuff and a muffin and the right and nothing to say. Let's a muffin idea you're talking about. You know what I'm talking back. They don't make the plain old baked goods anymore seaney right. It's a totally Johnson Croissant psychics name name question so make sure and subscribes. You never miss an episode antique a second to leave a quick review. It's good for my self esteem and it. It helps others find the podcast okay. Let's get back to John oates the one with the Moustache you have been playing music for a very long time and you've been playing music with Daryl Hall for a very long time. A lot of people can't keep a marriage of friendship. Let alone a band together that long. How do you keep this relationship up together. What is your secret to play music with someone for so long well let's see there's a number of things one thing is. If you grow up together and you kind of have a shared history it's like more like being a brother and a family than it is musical partner and we got together as friends. We didn't really get together to kind of set the world on fire and become You know a big hit making machine. The bedrock of our relationship is that and the other thing is now. You know we live completely. Separate lives live in different parts parts of the country. We have different interests outside of music so I think it's a combination of the young you know the we. We just have these personalities that seemed to Mesh. You know who else Mr Mesh who else is union. Yang another duo that has billions of number one hits together salt and pepper and now we're not talking about salt and pepper P. E. P. A. We are talking about salt and pepper the seasonings. Those fools are always together and we just blindly sprinkle them. Both on our food like it's the Gosh Darn Law. Have you ever stopped to wonder why salt-and-pepper are the default seasonings in the United States. Why doesn't every table of a Shaker of cinnamon or Kumon ten Allah has answers. He's a food scholar and professor of food history at the University of Pacific in Stockton California. I've been curious for years. It's about how salt and pepper came together. It's on the table at every home every diner in America and I think a lot of people don't think twice about how they got there so how did in salt and pepper get into this arranged marriage salt and pepper were not originally a couple originally salt alone would appear on the table and usually in a salt cellar her and you would add salt at leisure you know however you wanted in the course of a meal or the person who was carving your food would offer it on the end of the Nice. Put a little bit on on your plate. So salt is the universal condiment. It's a basic flavor. You know it's one of the few flavors that's pure and the idea that you could add it at your discretion was of course that people have different levels of tolerance for salt on their pallet pepper was an introduced to the West until the late Middle Ages in the twelfth or Thirteenth Century and arrived in Europe before Chili peppers. Pepper was the major source of heat. We don't often think of things like medieval cuisine as being you know heat eight forward but pepper came from the other side of the world came from India travelled through the hands of middlemen Arab merchants up to the Venetians and then made its way way to northern Europe so and there is no other sorts of eat really and I think that's why it becomes really really valuable. Pepper arrived in Medieval Europe around the same time I'm as lots of other far-flung spices like cloves and nutmeg and cinnamon and ginger but those spices arrived in much larger quantities because of a direct sea route out from Europe to Asia so pepper was more scarce which means it was more expensive which means people got to look fancy important when they served a dish with a bunch of little black specks specs on top you guys couldn't see but I was just doing air pepper grinder. If you think watching a Doodoo air guitars dorky watch a lady to air pepper grinder so pepper became more important than all those other spices and you see them. Appearing in cookbooks can cookbook start to appeal to ordinary housewives rather than just the court and I think what happens is their value gets diminished precisely because anyone anyone can do them. You know if you're an elite person and suddenly you see someone right below you being able to use all these spices in their food. You're going to say oh. That's not so special anymore. You know I have to come up with something else. You you know if you offer a dish. That has a lot of pepper on it then. You're you're clearly you can get but peppers still wasn't available on the table in a little shaker next to the salt. It was was added to food back in the kitchen. It wasn't until salt and pepper shakers were invented around the nineteenth century that you were given the option to add it to your own meal and then it just becomes ubiquitous victis and I think the appeal of it is that salt gives you an absolute basic flavor pepper gives you the heat of there might be sugar on the table. All of that's been banished managed desserts mostly it will go on your coffee or tea or would or other beverage and those are all basic flavors. I think in some cultures you'll also find a basic sour. You'll find vinegar on the table. We're a lime juice to something like that to perk up. It's not so much a couple as four basic flavor things that will go on virtually anything in a way that Jinja really doesn't go with everything a cinnamon you wouldn't totally they did sprinkle it on their chicken with sugar in the Middle Ages but it's really not something that you would think Oh. This dishes is missing something. I think it needs a little sentiment. That's just not modern way of thinking. We've banished cinnamon to the end of the meal. Spices have always been big business. You know it's big in the trade world. It has all to do with money so skipping ahead to the nineteenth century where you start seeing salt and pepper on tables in America and in the salt and pepper shakers. was there some company that might have been responsible well for that. The reason that I'm assuming Tabasco was on every table was because they just gay free samples and did a lot of marketing. That's my assumption. Is that the same thing when it comes to salt and pepper her on tables. was there like a company think that kind of pushed this you know. I don't know the details of that but I'd be willing to bet you one hundred bucks right now. The company started selling those little glass salt and pepper shakers and then every restaurant said Oh we need to have these on the table. They may have even given them away in order for you to get you know keep buying the salt pepper from the or something like that and I'm just guessing here but I'd be willing to bet that that's the case. This may be an unpopular opinion but if salt and pepper were in couples couples therapy and I was there therapist. I might encourage a divorce Rachel. I know after a lifetime of automatically sprinkling pepper on my food just because it's is there and it seems like I'm supposed to and every recipe just tells you to put it in. I really something I don't really like pepper that much. I stopped putting it on my food. A long time ago like I very rarely use it because the pre ground stuff that really powdery pepper that always tastes musty to me and when I crack fresh pepper on a dish I always end up a biting into a little chunk and it overwhelms all the other flavors and takes over my entire mouth and peppers and a neutral flavor like salt salt makes a food tastes more like itself salt makes sense but pepper has a flavor and I don't think it goes with everything here's the bizarre thing I'm convinced that ninety percent of the pepper you will find died in a restaurant on the cable stale and it's all yes and you know and it just doesn't have flavor and I think white pepper is really file a hectic. It's just it's always still very Bernardi us. It's just got this nasty kind of aroma do it. it promised be good. If it's fresh I don't know but if you take really good pepper corns and grind them fresh coarsely. The flavor is astounding. It's just amazing and I think maybe it doesn't belong in a share on the table pre ground. Maybe it should be something that the chef confuses at discretion you know and maybe offers some on your salad with those big fancy wouldn't ever grinders but I love pepper but I I almost never will take it if it's Shaker pre ground from the time that it leaves the field until it makes it in your jar then sits on the shelf for several years. It can be Oh really longtime. It surprises me to hear that pepper is used as something spicy because in this country even the most spice afraid grandma in the Midwest is going would be cracking pepper under a hot dish so does that have to do with the fact that it might be stale that it's not considered a spicy spice anymore. It's kind of considered more of just a generic flavor that that is precisely the case I think when you have good pepper it should be hot among. I think if it's him it's coarsely ground enough and you're using enough of it. It'll burn burn your tongue which is nice you know and that gives you kind of cheap thrill and I think yeah the the reason that it becomes universalist. 'cause it's flavourless so since most of our pepper is is not very good and it's not providing the heat that it was intended to provide. Do you think that we should knock this out and put something new on the table. Do you think we should keep on with salt-and-pepper boroughs time to make a change. I would love to see a citrus all-time me to a little lime juice on everything would make the world so much better. Obviously obviously high end restaurants kind of resent. The fact that diners will receive the food after it comes out and chefs are are insulted by that in a sense. They're restaurants that don't even include salt. I tend to like things salty so it'd be really sad if there weren't salt on the on the table but I think I'm trying to think of what's always on high table. There's always salt and pepper upper often lime and a some kind of chili sauce that sounds that's a good start. I think I'm the same with you. I was just thinking though like if you wanted a powdery version of something acidic I think Su Mac would be good to have on every table is gorgeous. Oh my God yes our and our Donna which is pomegranate seeds ground up yep. It's red similar to sue MacKinlay or mango powder. Which is I'm sure you find an Indian cuisine or I've been doing this for a long time as I I have a Meyer Lemon entry my backyard and I a pickle those just throw them into salt and pickle them then take them out. Cut Them Up. Dehydrate them grind them so I've got this like lemon salty not lemon powder addictive. I don't know why that's not a universal condiment. It's it's so good. What do you think are you happy with the status. Quo The salt in pepper fulfill all of your needs or is there another spice or another flavor. You always have on your table. I would love to know send me a message through instagram at your or last meal podcast air you down with the SNP. I love me some. SNP Yeah. I put pep auto pepper guys. never was and and I had a friend in high school that I made fun of because he put pepper on everything now. I'm that guy that's interesting. They make.
"john oates" Discussed on Your Last Meal With Rachel Belle
"Okay John oates. It's time what would you like to eat for your last meal. Oh I'm so I'm so boring so a rib eye steak and ice cream. Do you make or do you like to go out for it. No I can. I can cook steak. I I've I've taken some time to perfect the my grilling technique but you know I'd rather go out and have somebody make it for me but you know I always look for a good steak house because it's Kinda meal when you're traveling on the road that if you find a really good steak you're very seldom disappointed so it's one of those things whereas you know if you try to find a good Italian restaurant and you're in Iowa or Kansas ends is perhaps you may not find one you know or it might be not quite up to what you think it should be but a steak you can usually find a good one and what's your favorite kind of ice cream realized cream with butter and sugar and you know another dislike fake holistic healthy crap you know hugging. Wigan does Ben and Jerry's genesis pretty cool in Nashville. It's kind of a boutique ice cream. It's really good all right. See say none of this fake stuff. Has that entered your personal freezer purpose. You have this opposition to low fat ice cream because I because my philosophy for eating is if you're going to have something thing eat the best version of it just do it in moderation and that's the secret it's more of a a European of thinking you know if you're going to have bread and butter you know don't use margarine Kasese butter but just don't eat a lot of it and if you're gonNA have ice cream eat really good ice cream but just a little bit and that's how I think John oates swamp rabbi and full-fat ice cream none of that fat free stuff for his last meal and later in the show. We're going to get into the ice cream. Jenny Jenny Splendid funded Ice Creams tells me what flavor she create if she was in a room soaking up the sweet sounds of Hala notes but you can't have dessert until you have your dinner so so after the break we're going to learn the history of salt and pepper and I'll share my unpopular opinion on the ubiquitous pair. We'll be right back. Oh it's cocktail until our with our sponsor heritage distilling company and this week. It got a little chilly. I saw two leaves and went straight to the store because I needed to make pumpkin bread now not going to name any names. The story went to did not yet have canned pumpkin. I guess that's the punishment I deserve for trying to be basic but but if you like Pumpkin spice in your law day in your bread why not put a little pumpkin spice into your cocktail heritage distilling company has all kinds of great recipes up on their website heritage distilling distilling dot com slash recipes and they have a whole bunch of pumpkin spice stuff all containing their BSP. That's Brown Sugar Bourbon. This bourbon has won so many awards it is their biggest seller and it has that cozy warm yet feeling that is perfect for fall or pre fall which were kind of in right now they have recipes for a drunken drunken. Pumpkin cocktail a pumpkin spice white Russian which I know is dude approved and for a BSP Pumpkin spice spread even a BS be pumpkin anti to get a bottle of heritage distilling spirits to find the location for one of their tasting rooms or to get these recipes go to heritagedistilling dot com..
"john oates" Discussed on Your Last Meal With Rachel Belle
"I'm Rachel Bell and this is your last meal a show about famous people and the stories behind the foods. They love most today on the program John John oates as in Hallo- notes as in the one who had the big fuzzy caterpillars living on his lip for most of the nineteen seventies and eighties thinks change differ. I showed my mustache. I I was like kind of freed from my shackle of my facial. Hair is the kind of ban that you go see live and you realize that you know every single song and every single song ahead. We're talking man eater. We're talking. I can't go for that. We're talking over a rich girl. which do you remember that song had a bad word in it that they would play? Klay on the radio the B word and not just felt like that snuck through like I always was stoked on that as a kid hala notes have sold forty million records they they are in the rock and Roll Hall of fame and the Songwriters Hall of fame and they are the best selling music duo in history so I started thinking about famous food duos how's ketchup and mustard peanut butter and jelly and the ultimate arranged marriage salt and pepper. They're always together but why when and why did they become the standard table seasonings. I console with Professor Ken. al-Balah who teaches food history at the University of the Pacific in Stockton California salt-and-pepper were not originally a couple and Jenny's funded ice creams has been churning out funky flavored ice creams years before charcoal ash honey Tahini lavender became a mainstream flavor that even your grandma likes to order with the Paul and on top in fact founder Jenny Britain Bauer single handedly started the salted caramel ice cream craze or is it Carmo Carmo Carmo but Jenny is here to talk about how music music influences her ice cream flavors. I would say that music was almost everything that we do but first my conversation with John oates the one with the Moustache so sorry I hung up on you when I tried to take you off the speakerphone. That's okay. I'm used to being on. That's that's right. John OATES and Daryl Hall shared songwriting duty but it was John who came up with the lyrics to one of their most famous songs man eater. I remember being a kid and and just like losing myself man-eater being at my neighbor's house and dancing all over the living room. I think we were four years old. What this okay. This is crazy. Man Eater is the first song that I remember liking. Oh a kid and I was so into it and my strongest memory is being at my neighbor's house and watching trees like pine trees through the window sort of in the dark and it looked kind of like a monster and I thought the song was about a monster that is so funny. Wow you're so scary mindless joyful we still unite on Wikipedia. It says man eater is a metaphor for New York City. She'll she'll spit you out but in John's memoir change of seasons he he says the song is based on one actual woman sitting in a hangout in Greenwich village where we all used to hang out with very kind of hip place and and this gal came in and she was absolutely drop dead gorgeous and she had a foul mouth and her beauty and her vulgarity kind of was inspiring hiring. Let's put it that way and that's very she would chew you up and spit you out came from exactly I I walked away from that night and awesome man. That's that girl is he's on a whole other level and she would chew you up and spit you out any clicked and when she of course and then went boom and that was it. This woman woman is just walking around living her life. She doesn't have any idea that this number one song is about her. She may I at this point. I haven't spoken to her near so I wouldn't would know Oh. It's somebody that you knew. It wasn't just like somebody you met when you never know. I knew her you know she was she was a very top model at the time in New York famous person John John was born in New York City into a multi generational Italian American family was eating like growing up my grandmother ran the kitchen knows allowed in there except for me because I was the young the firstborn son in an Italian family and that's an exalted position so I was allowed to be in there she would always give give me the first meatball she would speak to me in Italian which I didn't really understand understand anything she said but I kind of did you know I was a little prince so to speak and she made lasagna she used to make her own LASAGNA flats and lay it out on the on the bid on a on a sheet to dry and our holiday dinners were always always Italian. They were lasagna Spaghetti or re you know usually macaroni rigatoni with meatballs and sausage real basic southern Italian in present food and do you keep any of those traditions alive with your own holidays having italian-american who we actually absolutely we don't have a lot of traditions with our family. You know we what we have. A Son who's twenty three and every Christmas we make was on you together. That's what we do. We make a point of it. Yeah I love that and so do you make the noodles from scratch to grandma. No no no. I'm not that hard-core. I know no we we by the noodles but we we make everything else nice. I didn't mean to LASAGNA. Shame you there by the way I know you do. It's ruined my day. Thank I'm so sorry.
"john oates" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA
"Seven five two he said this is what you got a ring five eight three nine one nine three seven five two so the software and if you want to use me for my services that that's five ice ray five six eight seven zero seven seven does that make sense cool yes thank you thank you thank you thank the question you had to hear let's go down to James in taxes I James wrote that David John Oates go ahead yes if two people say the same thing and you reverse it are you saying that you will get all you hear different things and I wanna all possible now yeah if you will use to put it see the reversal of course by are you take turns of stones of speech and okay people daily side the same thing the same time now we have been out Kate reversals by mimicking phase at why it was said but that said experience that some leaving but okay talk a natural speech of give like a natural as I say one thing and that just means someone says another thing it'll come out differently the reversal but if you mimic medical of course because the the the speech to be the same but usually in a natural speech so if your if your listing of actual speech you look look that's the way the caves in the an inflection everything go follow up I would like to file it on and yes well will you rivers in the future your boyfriend the same thing immediately afterwards half the playing the original reversal off so we can hear it I mean I would add a little interest to it also I can do that for a number for another shot show yeah okay okay much all right thank you well you know you do you have for okay here's here's a here's one to the one where your house catches on fire that's what you need to play I mean you're only did you just provide right now play that would I can show the house on fire this is this is a live recording of a house far ahead that gets into some very into some very conspiratorial things but this is what we call a mirror image reversal says the same thing back was is full and say here's my secretary run to my office and signed David the house is.
"john oates" Discussed on The Ross Bolen Podcast
"Some how did we just come up at the end? I'm very covered. Africa by TOTO. I don't believe they've covered Roseanna. They cover Africa. I don't give a fuck about the weezer version. He this man is they're confused. He also referred to John Oates, which I believe he's referring to are. No, he called John Hall as opposed to Daryl hall, and John Oates. One. John oates. John Hall is he kept calling look, man. He somebody's got a huge. Dick, get one of those two guys. Probably does let me say this. No, one should have any guilty pleasure about liking whole notes. Here's the problem with all notes as the internet's leading hall and Oates fan, you really believe I can speak to this. Honestly, couldn't even name one of their songs. Oh, come on, Bill, whatever your name is will the Bill? I mean after port drink after this on my mind, just slipping after that phone call anyway, their music is excellent rich girl, for example, is perhaps the greatest example of a perfect pop song hall and oats did destructed. Yeah. Holy shit. Will not the not the the version by Nelly Tato. But a different song. I came out during my physics vision. That was man eater. Yeah. Wow. Because I am a man see I do know some hall notes. I just didn't know I knew they're fantastic. I've seen the many times live. They are tremendous musicians who carry an. Unbelievable band with them. The problem with hall knows the reason they fall into this guilty pleasure area is back in the eighties. Everyone was doing a lot of cocaine. That's true. And if you look at the music videos, they're just terrible and these guys had to wear these terrible outfits, and they did these weird interviews with Rolling Stone in the early eighties about how they didn't deny being gay because they're trying to be cutting edge there, obviously, not gay dudes John Oates, actually posted he was having his thirty fifth wedding anniversary this week on his Instagram. So they just wanted to capitalize on day. That's weird thing. It was the thing that prince put up that song controversy that said am I black or white am I straight or gay and people freak out about prince fucked everybody though. Well, that's isn't that just like common knowledge..
"john oates" Discussed on The Bobby Bones Show
"That one tom douglas and i talked for a while who who wrote house yeah and then he did some stuff lady a and i'll run to you anyway that's all the people come to the house and weird and then we walk stairs in my ex room they walked upstairs where we go i'm always wondering are they going to bring anybody and the coolest people don't and if they do bring people they stay down on the couch from the cuts but har hardly anybody brings anyone who's life partner bring someone maybe john oates maybe that was like thirty episodes ago yeah who'd he bring like a publicist yes because he's john outs and he also is in the format but again if you want to house that's weird trust me in my house yeah about to get new studio and the next couple months of build it up and not be you know we opened up all the windows didn't seem to creepy right we open the music in there we have it's a whole thing boy still have awful okay well that's going to the big show in the show anything else guys know no about it weekend there well that'll happen to end of the show all right all right and here we go your buddy miss the bob transmitting across america about it that's right yeah morning welcome to friday show more studio so people still wishes happy birthday hello cindy in florida what good.