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"john pills" Discussed on Part of the Problem

Part of the Problem

06:30 min | 1 year ago

"john pills" Discussed on Part of the Problem

"Blog and see danielson has a piece about this new study out were more. Americans wrongly believe that iran has nukes then no correctly that israel does. Yeah that says it. All their hands really hard yeah really raises the question to me about all the pissing in the wind. I've been doing for the last twenty years trying to explain the truth that to the very small segment of people who would try to understand that i just met an iranian ex pat the other day young lady at freedom fest. Who took me good fifteen minutes yet. All the way through the case to explain why the iot tola doesn't have nukes and she's from there and rice rightfully hates the guy but it doesn't mean he's making nukes just because he's a bad guy. I told her. I'm a bad guy doesn't mean i'm making new. Easter eggs are not necessarily causation. In that kind of deal in this case toll toland knows. He can't make nukes without us knowing he's drying to and he knows the americans are committed to new kentucky ron before they let iran get a nuke so instead their policy is hey look. Don't shoot hands up books open. We're not making nukes. We could though. But we're not that that's been there stanford twenty years for god's sake if somebody like You know if you were like. I don't try to think of an analogy but if you like surrounded by swat team and you got red dots all over you and there's a knife on the ground like are you gonna lunge for the knife. It's just certain death if you do so a unless you have a death. Wish like why would you. You just want to do whatever you can to get them to not shoot but to what you said before. There's almost there's there's a case for like defeatism or pessimism as you kind of indicated like what the hell am i doing if all these people don't know this but then there's also kind of case for optimism it in that because you think to yourself will man. Maybe if the american people had a clue of what was going on they really would have a different attitude about this like. Maybe that's why this. Yeah that's the. That's exactly why i'm stuck this way. Right is that we'll wait. They lie to us all the time. 'cause apparently they think it's necessary to so then. Yeah if you knew the truth than you'd be pissed off and we are all pissed off then it would count for something. Yeah so. I try to make this case quite a bit right and i say i said this when i was on a mat kibi When he interviewed me recently. And i think i probably said this a bunch of times on the show That i go look the fact that it wasn't like nine eleven happened and we invaded iraq. Right they took a full year of propaganda to really beat the war drums. And there's something about that. That's a real like ray of hope in a weird way because you can like from a miscegenation deduction you can say that. If they did that then they believe they needed to the at least they believe. It's not proof that they needed to like maybe they could have just invaded iraq. The day after nine. Eleven just what happened the same way but they felt that they needed to drum up this popular support. And if that's the case then in a way that's our opening that okay they need to propagandize the people so then we can fight them on that battle right because we're not gonna be able to fight. The federal government like direct violent conflict. That won't work out for us very well So but maybe we could fight them on the propaganda battle and especially today like it's a very different world in two thousand twenty one then in two thousand two. I mean it's there's way less trust in media. There's way more alternative voices out of there out there. People get fat check in fact checked in real time. These compilation videos of the hypocrisy of people like i just saw one the other one earlier. Today i forget who put it out where it's biden them You know just being an idiot. Big bided but they asked a one point where they were like they. You know you said if you get the vaccine you would never. You don't need to wear a mask. And he goes. I never said that and really right. After that in the video is joe biden going if you get vaccinated. You don't need to wear a mask. Let me repeat myself if you get vaccinated. You don't need to wear a mess so it's just like this. There's something beautiful about that. were there. Propaganda machine does not work as well when people can undermine it in real time and the video had like three million views on it. you know. it's like oh this is a lot of people see that. So that's a. That's a you know case for optimism. Yes well and look. It took twenty years. But i think the people are really over the middle east wars. You know. they don't want to hear that and look they lied. I mean this dounreay counseling. At least but bill clinton lied and costa ninety nine and said that the serbs had murdered a hundred thousand innocent albanian civilians which was the absolute hope. Never happen at all. People still still say that when they told the story of the engine for kosovo now you can read john pills her about that because you know for whatever reason back then i guess louis freeh had all this whatever he had over bill clinton and he was in charge of going there finding the mass graves. The fbi was in charge going to find the mass grace. And they're like Yeah there's one over that hill. Yeah no not others. There's butch people buried in that mineshaft. Yeah no there's not. I went a couple of things and then they went home after a couple of weeks. There was just nobody be found. They found six. Seven thousand bodies. They were all fighting age males. Maybe some of them had been massacred but it was certainly no genocide and many of them you know must have been actual fighters but anyway and then look bush lied that the taliban refused to negotiate over bin laden and just you know buffalo two straight into that war with the taliban we never needed to fight at all And then of course. They lied about the weapons of mass destruction in saddam hussein's alleged alliance with al qaeda. And i don't think they've really bothered lying about somalia. They just started killing somalis but then in libya they lied. That qaddafi was on the verge of killing one hundred thousand people or more really five or seven thousand people in the city of benghazi which is completely ridiculous. Live course and then in syria they lied. That assad started it by just butchering his own people. For no reason. But for the fun of it i guess and that america and our allies were helping the poor people defend themselves from him which completely you know the other way around and then.

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"john pills" Discussed on The Practical Futurist Podcast

The Practical Futurist Podcast

04:24 min | 1 year ago

"john pills" Discussed on The Practical Futurist Podcast

"Can you give this to jump peel please. But so and that night. We're in the pop. We have this tiny transistor radio pup gove the engineering camden and And joan pill came on said. Yeah go play the fool. I'm gonna play the clash on their playoffs. Well and squirt and we do you think he's say scree plea at we will find a fellow chairs he play this and they said Okay god's if Few listening gives a cool and coming in and do a section are not you know we. We didn't even record so to get played two here on nine. Come out john pills. Mouth for one thing Then get wreck. Apply then the invited into recession so just went bang. You know who up like that. It'll ended up in disaster but It was it was great well because life is you pretty soon. If you engage with life under percent. I've got this thing because it's so that's what what's been like ever since. So how did you move from being in a will nine band to then doing the coporate stuff. Because that's a huge shift on not having seen loving musicians do that successfully. But what was the impetus and handed you start sort of shitting your onstage persona in a rock band and then gone talk to culprits about collaboration in working in teams and being synchronized nice little things being the tremor in the pan is about collaboration in sync. And look you know always looking after everybody in the band and then the audience you know. It's not just tapping along in the background. So in that way it was quite an easy change the actual mechanics of it and this is always advisable to everybody in the music. Business is be successful and then have nervous breakdown so i saw looking at the list down. The success go then got back kit. Iran loves me is trying to break dance. So that's what i did. And in that time i couldn't listen to music anymore. Couldn't i mean. I really went for in a big way. Couldn't even get in an alibi or a lift a take the stairs. If there's music in it so go quite fit right now and then. I was on a retreat in front silent retreat to get away from everything says in in the door and i didn't know i thought just booked up for some time away but put to that. It was three weeks that we're doing something cool. And enlightenment intensive aunt. I wouldn't wired about being like dogs. A marxist strikes anyway so ended up with this in a sweat lodge six. Am nike chanting with a whole bunch of other people to be enlightened and And when we came out the leaders said oh go to the shadows in this big conoco's grounds got to the chateau for breakfast. The an outside that been he up the Stunts on this there was a djembe outside. I'd never play the djembe light this And also just have a go. You know this no. I know people now music because now we're competing with stevie wonder for the christmas hit. You know there's nothing. Nothing i got me plugged on. So i just started playing with is close by this fire. the sun was coming up. One hour is up in playing ten minutes and surrounded but nike dunks in people because no one had gone for breakfast they be way in the partly for some of the turnout. Serendipitous with some music says there are was from zero to hero. I was so i saw. Well there's some in this the this music thing who's like the groove returned to me and i returned to the group so when i go home up these drums. Those haven't seen what you do with corporates. What do you do and and how do you get teams up and up and active..

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"john pills" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

03:06 min | 2 years ago

"john pills" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"It into thinking about these things more than just your music online on my communicator we're from right miss on doing a cake right the book took in your audience Faraone semi off on Twitter on the communicator when I was nineteen years old if I wanted someone in New York to him my opinion not only one option available to me which was to learn play guitar wrote songs two gigs and hope one day I'll come and play on the roof the dots to Terry for five nights in August nineteen ninety four and lo and behold I was fortunate enough to do that and I'm even more fortune to still be able to play in your city so that's you know that was my just that was a medium for me to communicate and I'm still trying to offer people my own perspective you know that's my hope but it's not just escapism but it's it is a more of a I farm often because I think it is the farming up to white I respond to my son's best Billy Bragg at the BBC nineteen eighty three to two thousand nineteen a new compilation yes a new compilation album yeah over sessions so I did back in the diagram for people like John pill at night Janice long kid Jensen they would they would from a time when everyone was listening to the baby savers listen to jump him so if you if you got a sessional John peel or sudden everybody knew you would you could get gigs anywhere around the country before I was getting gigs on a word of mouth peice and so consequently you know it was just around London but once I've been on peel everybody knew who I was and is a lovely story about how I got my first post on if you know it no when I when my first album Los robless by bush spy came out I'm gonna like to get my box twenty five represents even get some right up like there's no one to plug anything so I took some copies down to the BBC broadcasting house and in envelopes jump broad jump who's nine left for John peel in the other DJs and that night we were in with some mice in Hyde Park which is about a mile from the BBC prime football which finish moving a few beers from some of the call to arrive from the listing to keep Jensen on the radio she's the guy was on before he was on a ten o'clock kid was on I. anyway John peel coming to talk about the show who's on always sunny and he said well I would do anything for a mushroom biryani which an Indian male with rice and so I thought well he's much also I'm a football kit I just nip down the back of oak street was also in the Russians got a mushroom biryani went to B. B. C. to reception a massive gonna going to uniform precap reception set up mushroom biryani for John peel blimey they found him up and said to him join your mushroom biryani any come down he came down to take it from my hand so I was able to say to marginalize Billy Bragg I left an album for you today I wonder if you give me a lift I listen he was not yet sure so I went on a shooting any plight truck one side one announced which he said to I would apply to about a mushroom biryani so that was the beginning of a wonderful relationship Billy Bragg thanks so much for.

"john pills" Discussed on KHVH 830AM

KHVH 830AM

09:27 min | 2 years ago

"john pills" Discussed on KHVH 830AM

"Dot com well I hope everyone had a great week I'm joined once again by my colleague Dr James Pitts good morning good morning Steve great to be here again so we had a we had another exciting fun week at the whole line I center get out a day to day we see all kinds of patients most of which are kind of a common things that we see a day to day like people coming and with blurry vision in other classes aren't working as well so they perhaps did an update on their classes we have patience we can't fix with glasses they may have other things going on like cataracts so we discuss cataract surgery and schedule cataract surgery we also have patients who come in with kind of unusual complaints division complaints what I like to call visual disturbances so I thought this morning we'd go over a couple examples of these visual disturbances and one type is kind of like a sudden loss in vision in one eye usually and every once in awhile somebody to comment on the doctor you know woke up this morning and I noticed the currency is well above one night it was totally fine yesterday but today I can't see so what's going on so if it's a sudden change I mean that's kinda scary and all I think a lot of us take our vision for granted hello we rely on our vision to do most of our day to day activities but it's not until something bad happens or something goes wrong that we kind of start to appreciate now that we can see if we can't say well we can't do the things that we normally do and it's a quite a scary situation you know I think site is one of the senses that bill would rather not lose compared to our other senses I think if you took a poll I certainly vision would be up there over say smell or I don't know maybe even hearing to what it what do you think that's pets I think I hear that all the time and it it is it's so true that people value their sense of sight I mean all the other senses are so important it's true but in our world to function without sight especially if you lose it both eyes is is almost it let's let's put it this way there are people who have low vision who can do very well in our society but it just puts a lot of limitations on things even such as driving an epic struggle and then put on family members you know for the day to day activities and stuff like that so yeah every once in awhile in the page command all I can see how that that ice so what's going on well it could be several things which play important is that you come in and take out a checked hug because some of these things are are our lord I would consider emergencies and the sooner you get it diagnosed and treated the better for the long term China attacked but you had one patient recently who came and with that kind of vision loss in one eye I did not think it's a great topic to go over thank you so much for bringing this up Steve because it is one of those situations where there it's tough on the doctor because we worry not only about your hi what about the rest of you things like cataract generally don't affect the rest of your body but sudden vision loss in one eye has a differential diagnosis includes quite a few things they can actually affect you as a whole your system make life and limb and so this is a real important thing to be seen for and it's where the ophthalmologist can actually provide or at least direct and coordinate lifesaving care I did have a patient this week had essentially sudden vision loss in one eye and as you talk to patients about these stories you get a little more history and so it wasn't quite that simple but it was an interesting glaucoma case actually and so for me as a glaucoma specialist it was just adding to my differential of things to think about when a patient has sudden vision of vision loss in one eye so this patient came and he had had a history of quit being quite an athlete and he lost his vision suddenly in one eye and was having pain there as well and so things to talk to your doctor about especially if you're losing vision in one eye at just all of a sudden is number one the onset how quickly it happened when did it start how long has it been like that and also pain versus being made for versus pain free of those things actually help to direct us down different paths and so this patient had sudden vision loss are painful and basically he had been sent to me from an outside provider who had seen him and decided that his pressure was very high in the eye and so the page was sent to me as the glaucoma specialist to try to work with him when I saw the patient he was hand motion in his eye that was affected is either I was in good shape you sing well and a bass line so that means he wasn't even able to see the chart correct so so that's how bad the vision was at that point good point so hand motion vision what do I mean by that well we when we get to the point where we can't say twenty twenty twenty thirty twenty forty twenty we get up to twenty four hundred and we go they can't even see that okay can you count fingers no you can't even count fingers and funny face okay can you see my hand move that's the point at which this patient wants yeah and so he was basically to the point where all he could do is tell me if I was moving my hand in front of that I or not and so he was very blurry and I looked at him and is is the front of the I was so small and I couldn't actually see into the ice into the cornea which is that window on the from the I basically was so full of little bubbles of of fluid that I could look into the eye to see what was going on it so check the pressure I agree that the press was very hi we went ahead and just started treatment in these situations as a glaucoma dockets it's important to be thinking okay what can I do to get this pressure down and how quickly do I need to get it down because we have medical options for lowering the pressure and we have physical procedural options for lowering the pressure in sorry I get all interest in this because I'm a glaucoma guy so forgive me Steve if this gets boring you just to give you a heads up but I could be wrong about that there you go since the idea being you know a physical pressure lowering it sometimes the fastest option but it is nothing more than essentially inserting a needle into the eye and taking some fluid out of the I and so it is it's kind of a rough thing to do up due to a patient even though you numb them up even though you make sure there's minimal pain with the procedure they do have to have at least that mental or psychological thought of well somebody's actually doing something to my I'd take fluid out of it the other downside to that is if you do that there can be no potential risk for infection and a sudden drop in the pressure can cause bleeding in the eye and so talk to the patient about that one the reasons we would do that is if the pressure so high they literally the medicines just won't affect the I can't get the pressure to come down on medicines and so my my typical strategies to try medicines first and sold use eyedrops and we'll put John pills and all sorts of things to try to bring that pressure down and then we give you a little time to let them work if it's not working then we move on to something more aggressive like physically lowering your pressure and thankfully this patient went from a pressure of about fifty which your normal pressure should be no higher than twenty two so he was about well it's about two and a half times what the highest pressure should have been and as I and he came down to about the third in the mid thirties and so I said okay well this is a a good start it's not great is not where we want to be just yet but as we're seeing that trend down he was able to continue on the medications and I saw him the next day and at that point is pressured come down far enough that the pressure had stopped pushing that that fluid into the cornea and so all of a sudden just by lowering the pressure now we're able to investigate what's causing this issue can get a better view inside to the I now know that the corn is clear exactly because one of the big questions patients having this situation is not just you can you get the pain gone it's why is this happening that's right and that's our job is as physicians not only to treat and try to improve your your findings but also to help you understand why it happened and see if we can keep it from happening in the other option and that's a big part of I think what we'll talk about in sudden vision loss as well as how do you prevent this from happening to the other I even if you can't bring back the version of the site so long story short we were able to look into the eye in this tournament end up having a condition called Schwarz much to syndrome and it's a kind of a rare one that I haven't seen in awhile but he actually from his athletic days had developed a small retinal detachment and it had been chronic so long that the the rods and cones you can think of it as those things you you heard about us kids that allow you to see colors and and the old black and white basically his right now have been slowly tearing off so long that those pieces had come up and gone into the drain for pressure in his eye and had basically plugged up much like putting leaves in your pool and walk up your pool drain and so his pressure just printed up and up and up and unfortunately pressures that high can leave you with permanent damage and permanent vision loss and his pressure just gotten to the point where it went so high it cut off the blood flow to his his nerve most likely and he lost vision in that eye unfortunately he probably won't recover too much from that I but at least we were able to determine what it was that caused it we can check the other I make sure it's not happening there and we can give him so some techniques and strategies to to make sure that if something like this ever happens to his his functioning I he comes back and sees us we get this treated as soon as possible because unfortunately cases like this our cases that if treated at the time so I can be recoverable but if it's waited down the road to it's finally painful and really the vision.

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"john pills" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

03:40 min | 2 years ago

"john pills" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"I agreement between the crown in parliament we have no document in our constitution it begins we the people I'm curious if you have a whole fan base that loves your music and has for years do you use this writing do you see use your platform as an artist to sort of his as to entice your music fans into your writing into thinking about these things more than just your music bottom line on my communicator with her arm right miss on doing cake right nipple took in your audience far on some elf on Twitter on the communicator when I was nineteen years old if I wanted someone in New York to him my opinion not only one option available to me which was slumped like it's all right sounds do gigs and hope one day I'll come and play on the roof of the Johnson Jerry for five nights in August nineteen ninety four and lo and behold I was fortunate to do that and I'm even more fortune to still be I would apply in your city so that's you know that was my just that was a medium for me to communicate and I'm still trying to offer people my own perspective you know that's my hope that he's not just escapism but it's it is a more of a a a farm up because I think it is the farming up the white I respond to my son's best Billy Bragg at the BBC nineteen eighty three to two thousand nineteen a new compilation yes a new compilation album yeah over sessions so I do that back in the die for people like John pill at night Janice long kid Jensen they would they would from a time when everyone was listening to the baby say when was this in the jump field so if you if you got a sessional John peel or sudden everybody knew you would you could get gigs anywhere around the country before I was getting gigs on a word of mouth spices and so consequently you know it was just around London but once I've been on peel everybody knew who I was and is a lovely story about how I got my first post on if you know it no when I when my first album las rob was by bush spy came out I'm gonna like I got my box twenty five record assists even get some right yep like there's no one to plug or anything so I took some copies down to the B. B. C. will cost in house and in envelopes jump rope jump who's nine left for John peel in the other day each ice and that night we were in with some mice in Hyde Park which about a mile from the BBC prime footbal which finishing their having a few beers from some of the call to arrive from the listening to keep Jensen on the radio she's the guy was on before he was on the ten o'clock kid was on I anyway John peel came in to talk about the show who was on always trying to and he said all I would do anything for a mushroom biryani which an Indian male with rice and so I thought well he's much also I'm a full kit I've nip down the back of oak street was lost when the Russians got emotion very ani went to baby say to the reception and as a you know going to uniform cap of reception set of mushroom Brianti for John peel Bramalea they found him up and said to him join you mushroom Brianna's any come down he came down to take you from lance always able to say to marginalize Billy Bragg I left an album for you to the island if you give me a lift listen he was not yet sure so I went on a shooting any plight truck one side one announced was he said to an old to play do about a mushroom Brianna so that was the beginning of a wonderful relationship Billy Bragg thanks so much for coming in opposite sex romance this is all of it under an icy WNYC is supported by Charles P..

"john pills" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

03:30 min | 2 years ago

"john pills" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Music and has for years do you use this writing do you see use your platform as an artist to sort of his as well to entice your music fans into your writing into thinking about these things more than just your music bottom line on my communicator with her arm right miss on doing cake right nipple took in your audience far on some elf on Twitter on the communicator when I was nineteen years old if I wanted someone in New York to him my opinion not only one option available to me which was to learn play guitar write songs two gigs and hope one day I'll come and play on the roof of the Johnson Jerry for five nights in August nineteen ninety four and lo and behold I was fortunate to do that and I'm even more fortune to still be able to play in your city so that's you know that was my just that was a medium for me to communicate and I'm still trying to offer people my own perspective you know that's my hope but it's not just escapism but it's it is a more of a a I farm up because I think it is the farming up the white I respond to my son's best Billy Bragg at the BBC nineteen eighty three to two thousand nineteen a new compilation yes a new compilation album yeah over sessions so I do that back in the die for people like John pill at night Janice long kid Jensen they would they would from a time when everyone was listening to the baby save always listen to jump so if you if you got a sessional John peel or sudden everybody knew you would you could get gigs anywhere around the country before I was getting gigs on a word of mouth spices and so consequently you know it was just around London but once I've been on peel everybody knew who I was and is a lovely story about how I got my first to start if you know it no when I when my first album las robbers by bush spike came out I'm gonna die I got my box twenty five rex's as she can get some writing up like there's no one to plug or anything so I took some copies down to the B. B. C. will cost in house and in envelopes jump rope jump who's nine left for John peel in the other day each ice and that night we were in with some mice in Hyde Park which about a mile from the BBC prime footbal which finishing their having a few beers from somebody to call to arrive from the listening to kid Jensen on the radio she's the guy was on before he was on the ten o'clock kid was on I anyway John peel coming to talk about the show who's on always stand and he said I would do anything for a mushroom biryani which an Indian male with rice and sought to while his much also I'm a full kit I snipped down the back of oak street was lost when the Russians got emotion Brianti went to baby say to reception and there's a you know going to uniform Pete Kappa perception set of mushroom very only for John peel Bramalea they found him up and said to him join you mushroom Brianna's any come down he came down to take it from my hand so is able to say to marginalize Billy Bragg I left an album for you to the island if you give a lift Ellison he was not yet sure so I went on a shooting any plight truck one side one announced which he said to an older play do about a mushroom Brianna so that was the beginning of a wonderful relationship Billy Bragg thanks so much for coming in opposition excitement this is all of it under my sink WNYC is supported by Charles P. Rogers.

"john pills" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

08:02 min | 2 years ago

"john pills" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"I I love Ernie because he's always looking for the magic bullet usually not wrong. But there's time ways immemorial time immemorial ways as to do things in this world and its priming politicians. COMEDIANS completely comes down to that. It's the griff man the gripped they're all in can't grip and what I want. That's what if I wanted to say it. Say they're going to put their arm around you. They're gonNA call you those sums up the envelope of cash. That's how it works. You know. I can't horse McGovern this. This has been my thing billy shield. You can't collect money the at the church and then handing three thousand dollars to Greg Stanton in cash. That's how it works fired X.. Fire Department chief. Yeah but they were church donations or they were collected at Church and small amounts. You know I know billy shields. I'm sure you do. I let me give you a good by the way that was in the Arizona Republic. So it's not defamation. Anyway this is what happened when I first started doing a lot of this stuff when as scam broke you know. There was a big controversy. So all the sudden they're going to have an ad hoc mini especial committee committee. We're doing something committee. And they created this thing at the Arizona Ledge. I forgot all about this to you said his name. They did a group of people and they put him because he wrote an article about corruption or some crap but what would he do about corruption. He was only the Fireman Union treasurer so I went and testified on election loss stuff. I forgot all about this. I go in and I gave look I can see what's going on who we BS and this. This is just show thing. It's this this this this billy calls me and he says you're the man they started. They put their arm around. You know give me a job. Ah WanNA take you look like you need to be a fireman hire you and then threat. Start after that down now. This is what happened. They had me go down to a fire station Shen to lift with the firemen lifting weights. We're talking we're Yak and everything. This guy is like the big boy you know. He's a treasurer of the Union. You'll you'll get much higher than that so okay. And he's like and it was Democrats now like ten years later. There was an initiative that eliminated the Arizona income tax. You remember those guys did that and We would deliver pizzas pizza. Restaurant drivers were a lot of Libertarians. -Tarian and they were delivering to the Firemen Union guys that we're the opposition to that and this and they were just chat him up and talk to get tell them everything and give them a pizza pizza driver. What are we tell them everything? We'll love to talk. The Golf caddy the Valet Glove to Tom. We had all kinds of contacts man. We were learning all the kind of stuff so our like what the heck I even saved. It was a big check to one hundred and something dollars night in cash ship for a long time. I just had it from them by pizza from me and I just put it in a little brother it so what happened ten years right previous to that and then we had you know they got that taken it was on the ballot had the signatures. They had it removed. All it's multiple issues and not allowed to do that and I see that was a poison pill. They knew it was going to pass. They add people behind it so they had a group give a chunk of money if they would include clued in this elimination of the state income tax that all congressional candidates had the sign whether they were going to eliminate the national income tax or not so ah that militia multiple issue and John Pill Boys Bill from the beginning beginning and John Bunch warned him he goes. Look you can't do you know. Got No listen because it's a great idea and everybody wanted it because they then those due date sneak their way in you know how this works a lot of people doesn't they don't know I'm looking around going. Look they're are doing this on purpose helping you you know. It's like the legislators come to our vaccine education summit thing they want to jump in front of and you know they're going to. I told them they're sitting there going. Traders I I just want you guys to know you play this game you do it. My my new best friend I will get to ask him seem so Queen Unq- because today it's today it's an open air bazaar of corruption. It's as scam every Senate and I've ever read. That's scam broke broke because it was like this. This is what the Teneo thing I did. Did you hear my thing would Corbett. I didn't at corporate looked at it when he didn't really do the research I I was hoping that he would do because he was like going. Ernie why do you care. It's Specter Ryo literally. James Bond spectacle take Teneo intelligence in every capital around the world. We were worried that you knew where we were awesome. Strategy Strategy Consulting to even have public pension management Teneo public pension management Ao Holdings Holdings as as the umbrella corporation they have to NATO logistics. It's called it's called something else. But it's a tale subsidiary that moved the uranium one uranium to Russia. They've got it all man got its specter. So I I had a article called`spectre with the logo on it that I put out. I don't know if I got that from you. By here's how saw you know. And and James The reason is because this is the first time except it reminded me of when asking before broke legislator. Call me in your to your Gareth. They're like Sandra Day or explain it to me and you gotta go. Why are you here? What you where's your envelope with the cash? I mean when you said you had support of the exporters got it. I go yeah supports. They want me to find out. I don't know I'm sorry. I didn't know support men ABAGA. Yeah cash you give me your your syrup. Glossary about tale like this. Imagine ask him but there's a consulting firm as a layer on top of all that corruption and they make everything look nice and legal and they've got billions dollars but now extend that consulting firm if you will on a global basis to every every capital in the world every state every intelligence agency every everything there that consulting layer that keeps things nice and clean when the money comes out of them and to the politician. You know what I found out there's a thing called APCOA. AP It's like. I think that's what it was. It was like tornadoes younger or older brother or something from the United Kingdom and they doing research they merged or they're trying to buy out. It's one it's like having happened when the Internet started. And you had all these onramp an indirect. Everybody in your grandma was you know. Had some servers in the back of their gun store or something and they're selling thirty dollars a month to get access to whatever and they all got bought up and they all got consolidated and then Google bought everything and then everything's at and T. and variety is you could see it happening and it it was going on an international scale so Corbett Ernie why what the hell. It's Tuesday man of coarser doing this and I'm going I had this feeling before I mean it was a choked up. Can You WANNA cry thing you know and I I'm going. They are so convinced that they can do this. So filled with Hubris that they're doing it on the New York freaking stock exchange that you can invest in corruption are us and it was set there to go in February seventeen seventeen January that we after the inauguration. I think it was early. February and I was right after the inauguration that they were doing and it was when Hillary Clinton is.

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08:03 min | 2 years ago

"john pills" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"I Love Ernie because he's always looking for the magic bullet usually not wrong. But there's time ways immemorial time immemorial ways to do things in this world and its bribing politicians. COMEDIANS really comes down to that. It's the man the griff they're all in can't grip and what I want. That's what Aaron if I wanted to say it. They say they're going to put their arm around you. They're going to call you up some some and then you hang on the envelope elope of some cash theon. That's how it works. You know I can't course McGovern are this. This has been my thing. Billy Shield you collecting money at the Church and then handing three thousand dollars to Greg Stanton in cash. That's how it works the fired X.. Fire Department achieve church donations or they were collected at church in small amounts billy shields. I'm sure you do all right. Let me give you by the way that was in the Arizona Republic. So it's not defamation. Anyway this is what happened when I first started doing a lot of this stuff. When as scam Broke you know. There was a big controversy. What so all the sudden they're going to have of an ad hoc committee committee? We're doing something committee. And they created this thing at the Arizona leads. I forgot about this to you said his name. They did a group of people and they put him because he wrote an article about you know corruption or some crap but what would he do about corruption. He was only the firemen union treasurer. So I went and testified on election law stuff. I forgot all about this. I go in and I gave I can see what's is going on. CBS and this is just a show thing this this this isn't this. Billy calls me and says guys you. You're the man they they put their arm around absoulutely. uh-huh they'll give me a job. I WanNa take you like you need to be a fireman. You and then threat start. This is what happened. They had me go down to a fire station to lift with the firemen lifting weights. Were talking. We're yacking. This guy is like the big boy you know. He's a treasure. Sure the Union. You don't get much iron that you know so okay. And he's like it was Democrats now ten years later there was an initiative that eliminated the Arizona income tax. Remember those guys and and we deliver pizzas pizza. Restaurant drivers. There's a lot of them are libertarians and they were delivering to the firemen union guys. That were the opposition to that initiative and they were just Chatham up and talk to tell them everything. Give him a pizza pizza driver. What are we tell them? Everything will love to talk to golf. CADDIES Valet Club love of to talk we. We had all kinds of contacts man. We were learning all the kind of stuff so our like what the heck even saved a it was a big check to one hundred dollars and I didn't cash it for a long time. I just had it from them by pizza from me and I just put a little brother. So what happened Ten years previous to that and we had you know they got that taken it was on the ballot had the signatures. They had it removed all. It's got multiple issues and not allowed do that and I could see that was a poison pill they knew it was going to pass it how they add the people behind it so they had a group. Give a chunk of money money if they would include in this elimination of the state income tax that all congressional candidates had the sign whether they were going to eliminate the national income tax acts. Were not so I put that Bush and John Pill poisoned pill from the beginning beginning and John Broaddrick warned him he goes look. You can't do in you know. No one listened because it's a great idea and everybody wanted it because because the day then those you did sneak their way in you know how this works. A lot of people doesn't they don't know I'm looking around going. Look they're doing this. They're not helping you you know. It's like the legislators come to our vaccine education summit thing they want to jump in front of and you know they're going to. I told Oldham sitting here going traders. I I just want you guys to know you play this game. Oh You my new best friend. I will get something ask an Seems so quaint and these I know because today it's today it's an open air bazaar of corruption. It's as scam every in every broke folk. That scam broke because it was like this. This is what the Teneo thing I did. Did you hear my thing with Corbett. Didn't you know at corporate looked at it when he didn't really do the research I was hoping he would do because he was like going. Ernie why do you care. Specter Ryo is literally James James Bond spectrum exact Teneo intelligence in every state capital around the world. We were worried that you knew where you were talk. 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Imagine ask him but there's a consulting firm as a layer on top of all that corruption and they make everything look nice and legal and they've got billions of dollars but now extend that consulting firm if you will on a global global basis to every capital in the world every every intelligence agency every everything there that consulting layer that keeps things nice and clean when when the money comes out and then the politics you know what I found out. There's a thing called APCOA CEO. And I think that's what it was it was an it's like tornadoes younger or older brother or something from the United Kingdom and they there is Was Doing Research. They merged or they're trying to buy out each. I mean it's one on it's like having the when the Internet start and you had all these on ramp an indirect. Everybody in your grandma was had some servers in the back of their gun store or something and they're selling thirty dollars a month to get your access. Whatever and they all got bought up and they all got consolidated and then Google bought everything? And then everything's at and T.. And Verizon is you could see the at happening and it was going on international scale so Corbett was like Ernie. Why do you? What the Hell it's Tuesday man? Of course there are doing this and I'm going. I had this feeling clean before I mean it was a choked up. wannacry thing you know. And I'm going there so convinced that they can do. This is so filled with Hubris that they're doing it on the New York Rican Stock Exchange that you can invest in corruption are us and it was set. There go in February seventeen January the week after the inauguration February right after the inauguration that they were doing and it was when Hillary Clinton is president..

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08:03 min | 2 years ago

"john pills" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"Apes Love Ernie because he's always looking for the magic bullet he's usually not wrong. But there's time ways immemorial time immemorial real ways to do things in this world and its bribing politicians. COMEDIANS really comes down to that. It's the gripped man the griff they're all in can't grip and what I want. That's Aaron I wanted to say it say they're going to put their arm around you. They're going to call you those sums up and then you hanging on the envelope of cash theon at the end. That's how it works. I can't mcgovern this. This has been my thing billy shield. You can't collect in money at the church and then handing three thousand dollars to Greg Stanton in cash. That's how it works fired X.. Fire Department chief. Yeah but the church donations or they were collected at Church and small amounts. You know I know billy shields. I'm sure you do let me give you by the way that was in the Arizona Republic so it's not defamation. Anyway this is what happened when I first started doing a lot of this stuff when as scam broke you know there was a big controversy. What so all the sudden they're going to have an ad hoc committee a special Senate Committee Committee? We're doing some committee and they created this thing at the air is an alleged. I forgot all about this to you said his name. They did a group of people they put him because he wrote an article about you know corruption or some crap but what would he do about corruption. He was only the firemen union treasurer. So I went and testified on election law stuff. I forgot all about this. I go in and I gave I can see what's going on. WHO WE BS? Yes and this is just a show thing. It's this this this this billy calls me and he says you're the man they started. They put their arm around you. Give me a job when you look back. You need firemen. They want to hire you and then threat start out now. This is what happened. They had me go down to a fire the station to lift with the firemen lifting weights. We're talking we're Yak and everything. This guy is like the big boy you know. He's a treasure the union the you'll get much higher than that you know so okay. And he's like There was Democrats now. Ten years later there was an initiative initiative that eliminated the Arizona income tax. You remember those guys did that and we would deliver pizzas pizza. Restaurant drivers were a lot of were libertarians and they were delivering to the Firemen Union. Guys that were the opposition to that mission and they were just chat him up and talk. Doc Nee get tell them everything and give them a pizza and pizza driver. What are we tell them everything? We'll love to talk yeah. The Golf Caddy Valet Club of TATA. We we we had all kinds of contacts man. We're learning all the kind of stuff so our like what the heck I even saved A. It was a big check to one hundred and something dollars ninety cash for a long time. I just had it from them by pizza from me and I just put it in a little brother it so what happened. Ten seniors pray previous to that and then we had you know they got that taken. It was on the ballot had the signatures and they had it removed. All it's multiple issues and not allowed to do that and I could see a poison pill they knew it was gonNA pass. They add a people behind it so they had a group give a chunk of money if they would would include in this elimination of the state income tax that all congressional candidates had the sign whether they were going to eliminate the national income tax or not so it was multiple issue and John Pill Boys and Phil from the beginning and John warned him he goes. Look you can't do you know no one. Unlisted because it's a great idea and everyone in it because they then those you did sneak their way in you know how this works a lot of people doesn't they don't know I'm looking I'm gonNA look. They're doing this on purpose. They're not helping you you know. It's like the legislators come to our vaccine education summit thing they want to find a jump in front of and you know they're going to. I told them they're sitting going traders. I I just want you guys to know you play this game. You do it my new best friend. I will ask him seem so McQueen and these I know because today it's today it's an open air bazaar of corruption it's as scam every senate and of every that's scam. I am broke because it was like this. This is what the Teneo thing I did. Did you hear my thing would Corbett. I didn't at corporate looked at it when he didn't really do the research. I was hoping that he would do because he was going. Ernie why do you care. It's specter. Ryo is literally James. Bond specked backed Teneo intelligence in every capital around the world. We were worried that you knew you were awesome. Oh Strategy Consulting today L. even have public pension management Teneo public pension managed Nail Holdings Holdings as as umbrella corporation operation. They have to NATO logistics. It's called it's called something else. But it's a Timoteo subsidiary that moved the uranium one uranium to Russia. They've got it. Aw Man got its specter show and I had a article called spectre with the logo on it that I put out. I don't know if I got that from you by. Here's how saw you know. And and James The reason is because this is the first time except it reminded me a win asking before broke that legislative. Or call me in your shoes to Gary. They're like Sandra Day or explaining it to me. Now you gotta go. Why are you here? What you where's your envelope? Slope with. Cash the hell you said you had support of the exporters got it. Yes supports he wanted me to find out what I'm sorry. I didn't know support men in a bag of cash. Give me your your sear glossary about today. Oh like this. 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And you had all these on ramp and indirect everybody in your grandma was had some servers in the back of their gun store or something and they're selling thirty dollars a month to get your audio access to whatever and they all got bought up and they all got consolidated and then Google bought everything and then everything's at and T. variety is you could see it happening and it was going on an international scale so Corbett was like what the hell it's Tuesday man. Of course they're doing this and I'm going. I had this feeling before I mean it was a choked up. Can You WANNA cry thing you know and I. I'm going there so convinced that they can do this so filled with Hubris that they're doing it on the New York freaking stock exchange you can invest in corruption are us and it was set there to go in February area. Seventeen January that we after the inauguration. 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WNYC 93.9 FM

05:04 min | 3 years ago

"john pills" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"I'm I'm very much encouraged by the I'm someone who as a progressive I believe the glass is always helpful that's my. Judy as somebody's press web believing humanity. I saw a few this week coming college of phone calls this week I'm curious if you. your whole fan base that loves your music and has for years do you. use this writing. do you see use your platform as an artist to sort of his as to entice your music fans. into your writing into thinking about these things more than just your music bottom line on my communicator. with her on writing a song to any cake right nipple took in your audience. far on some elf on Twitter on the communicator when I was nineteen years old if I wanted someone in New York to him my opinion not only one option available to me which was long play guitar write songs two gigs and hope one day I'll come and play on the roof of the Johnson Jerry for five nights in August nineteen ninety four and lo and behold I was fortunate to do that and I'm even more fortune to still be I would apply in your city so that's you know that was my just that was a medium for me to communicate and I'm still trying to offer people my own perspective of the shows the Barry this week I'll be hoping to send the oldest away with a different perspective on politics on love on how to play the guitar and which was singing in June hope they'll go away and think well that was interesting you know that's my hope that he's not just escapism but it's it is a more of a a I farm up because I think it is the farming up the white I respond to my songs I want to ask you about one more thing forget a song from you another song best Billy Bragg at the BBC nineteen eighty three to two thousand nineteen a new compilation yes a new compilation album yeah over sessions so I do that back in the diagram for people like John pill at night Janice long kid Jensen they would they would from a time when everyone was listening to the baby say when was this in the jump field so if you if you got a sessional John peel or sudden everybody knew you would you could get gigs anyway around the country before I was getting gigs on a word of mouth spices and so consequently you know it was just around London but once I've been on peel everybody knew who I was and is a lovely story about how I got my first post on if you know it no. when I when my first album las rob was by bush spike came out I'm gonna like I got my box twenty five record this is even get some right up like there's no one to plug already think so I took so some copies down to the B. B. C. will cost in house and in envelopes jump rope jump who's nine left for John peel in the other day each ice and that night. we were in with some mice in Hyde Park which about a mile from the BBC playing football I'll be finishing their having a few beers from some of the call to arrive from the listening to kid Jensen on the radio she's the guy was on before he was on the ten o'clock kid was on I anyway John peel coming to talk about the show who was on always trying to and he said. I would do anything for a mushroom biryani which an Indian male with rice and sought to what his much also I'm a full kit I've nip down the back of oak street was lost when the Russians got emotion very ani went to baby say to reception and there's a you know going to uniform Pete Kappa perceptual set of mushroom very only for John peel blimey they found him up and said to him join you mushroom Brianna's any come down he came down to take it from my hand so as I would say to marginalize Billy Bragg I left an album for you today I wonder if you give me a lift listen he was not yet sure so I went home what you need any plight truck one side one analyst which he said to Arnold to play do about a mushroom Brianna so that was the beginning of a wonderful relationship that's one of those stories that had you been ten feet away not heard that this witness men five minutes late exactly exactly what their thoughts on on you know on such things more careers time so I feel very very privileged to to meet Johnny was a lovely lovely guy and some you know to be be say of always been good at so given a platform to to new time I continue to do that but I also let a few of us all going on as well so there's some stuff from even from this year in fact I was live on air when England won the Cricket World Cup playing the song called the spice races over when the guys in the room we were watching silently. you could see them so just if you get it with a with Matt and the guys in there with it and if you're in the in the the the studio office and so if you listen spice was over I think I sing the second off one of those is twice but that's why it's not very often and when the Cricket World Cup soccer I have to I can only tell yes live music the twenty eighth it's the best yeah let's listen to a track from your new release which was just put out this month it's called the best of Billy Bragg at the BBC nineteen eighty three to two thousand nineteen..

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"john pills" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

05:58 min | 3 years ago

"john pills" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Little now some people think bio I can think of two people actually talk my head. who both in executive positions who think that and it's a challenge at the challenge your constitution is a challenge to our constitution do we live in a democracy because people think democracy and accountability are synonymous then all the more they would I she was but Monica van Doren Graham one is a lot of when there's a lot of consensus then there's a great deal of overlap. but there are times such as now when. bad faith plies push democracy one why an accountability the otherwise so you have a full of you know the the card like the actual democracy you don't have the the the teeth out ability and this week Nancy Pelosi and just a slightly higher. Buck stood up and said thus far and normal and I'm I'm very much encouraged by the I'm someone who as a progressive I believe the glass is always helpful that's my. Judy as somebody's press web believing humanity. I saw a few this week coming college of phone calls this week I'm curious if you. you have a whole fan base that loves your music and has for years do you. use this writing. do you see use your platform as an artist to sort of his as well to entice your music fans. into your writing into thinking about these things more than just your music bottom line on my communicator. with her arm right miss on doing a cake right nipple took in your audience. far on some elf on Twitter on the communicator when I was nineteen years old if I wanted someone in New York to him my opinion not only one option available to me which was to learn play guitar write songs do gigs and hope one day I'll come and play on the roof of the don't sit here if the five national is now in a full and lo and behold I was fortunate to do that and I'm even more fortune to still be I would apply in your city so that's you know that was my just that was a medium for me to communicate and I'm still trying to offer people my own perspective of the shows the Barry this week I'll be hoping to send the oldest away with a different perspective on politics on love on how to play the guitar and with this was singing in June hope they'll go away and think well that was interesting you know that's my hope but it's not just escapism but it says it is a more of a a I farm up because I think it is the farming up the white I respond to my sons I want to ask you about one more thing forget a song from you another song best Billy Bragg at the BBC nineteen eighty three to two thousand nineteen a new compilation yes a new compilation album yeah over sessions so I did back in to die for people like John pill at night Janice long kid Jensen they would they would from a time when everyone was listening to the baby say when was this in the jump will suffer. you got a sessional John peel or sudden everybody knew you would you could get gigs anyway around the country before I was getting gigs on a word of mouth spices and so consequently you know it was just around London but once I've been on peel everybody knew who I was and is a lovely story about how I got my first post on if you know it no. when I when my first album las route was published by came out I'm gonna like I got my box twenty five record assists even get some right yep like there's no one to plug already think so I took some copies down to the B. B. C. will cost in house and in envelopes jump rope jump who's nine left for John peel in the other day each ice and that night. we were in with some mice in Hyde Park which about a mile from the BBC prime footbal which finishing their having a few beers from some of the call to arrive from the listening to kid Jensen on the radio she's the guy was on before he was on a ten o'clock kid was on I anyway John peel coming to talk about the show who's on always kind and you say it all I would do anything for a mushroom biryani which an Indian male with rice and so I thought well he's much also I'm a full kit I snipped down the back of Oxford Street was also many Russians gonna motion Brianti went to baby say to reception and there's a you know going to uniform pick cap of reception set of mushroom Brianti for John peel bluntly they found him up and said to him Joan you must from very on his any come down he came down to take it from lance I was able to say to marginalize Billy Bragg I left an album for you to the island if you give me a lift listen he was not yet sure so I went on a shooting any plight truck one side one analyst which he said to an older play do about a mushroom Brianna so that was the beginning of a wonderful relationship that's one of those stories that had you been ten feet away not heard that this witness men five minutes late exactly exactly what it did on on that you know on such things my careers terms are off to a very very privileged to to meet Johnny was a lovely lovely guy and some you know to be the city of always been good at so given a platform to to new time I continue to do that but I also like a few of us old guys on as well so there's some stuff from even from this year in fact I was live on air when England won the Cricket World Cup playing the song called the spice races over when the guys in the room we were watching it silently. you could see them so just if you get it with a with Matt and the guys in there with it and if you're in the in the the the studio office and so if you listen spice was over I think I sing the second off one of those is twice but that's why it's not very often and when the Cricket World Cup soccer I have to I can only tell yes live music the twenty eighth it's the best yeah let's listen to a track from your new release which was just put out this month it's called the best of Billy Bragg at the BBC nineteen eighty three to two thousand nineteen..

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"john pills" Discussed on Sound Opinions

Sound Opinions

13:23 min | 3 years ago

"john pills" Discussed on Sound Opinions

"You're listening sound opinions and this week. It's all about new music. If you need to hear we call it buried treasures later in the show. We're going to talk with a member of moby grape a band from the sixties. It still could be considered buried treasure anyways tragic but first. We got some new ones for you. These are songs you and I are listening to a ton of music that we can't necessarily stuff. That's not not as mainstream some some of the stuff. We may talk about but certainly deserving of attention. I want to start with a little band that was formed a couple of years ago by a manning John Philip from Wisconsin along. He's a life for an indie life where he's basically spent half his life. in bands perhaps most famously with Tommy Stinson John Pill primarily known as a drummer but in this new project that he started called the mini meltdowns he basically plays everything and is also the lead singer and main songwriter came came out with a single in two thousand seventeen started the band with a fellow from dashboard confessional in a promise ring Scott Schonebeck and is now back with a new EP. That's coming coming out very shortly. The track I wanNA play is the single. He has just released. It sounds very dire. I WANNA die. John had a tough year apparently his his His father died in two thousand eighteen. There was some anxiety involved obviously and I imagine a lot of that. Anxiety and sadness is pouring into the the song but not in a self pitying kind of way you're gonNA you're GonNa get blown away by the rush of guitar and drums in I WanNa die from the Mini Meltdowns Unsound Opinions Awesome. The girl uh the a mini meltdowns with a new single. I WANNA die on sound opinions out there a Treasury pure shot of adrenaline. That is my favorite of your treasures. Here's this week. I'm going to take us back to I think it was an earlier buried treasure almost ten years ago on sound opinions founding producer of the show Jason Sell Dot was a mysterious denizen early pioneer of floating tracks on the Internet you know finding stuff out there and he brought brought us this cassette only artist Clive Tanaka and there was an album that we loved in two thousand ten jet-set Siempre one degree Green Yeah Perfect Space Age Bachelor Pad Cocktail Lounge music with the EDM ethos and Clive Tanaka then disappeared now go live to knock goes back and I. I got a cassette in the mail no information right. If you search clive Tanaka e Sue Orchestra on the web you will have even impossible time finding anything except for two thousand thirteen story where he sued Nikki Menage for copyright infringement claiming her a big hit star ships ripped off one of his songs noise Chicago. That's noise in the German art rock band. This guy was pushing all our buttons. The new album is fantastic tastic allegedly. He is now based in Japan. I'm not sure if any of that is true. I I wanted to play a couple of buried treasures episodes back something from the set but it sounds just awful when they dumped cassette onto hard-drive right now the vinyl album showed up a vinyl album and I am doing a themed into buried treasures this week all of my picture coming from vital hard to find a stream which I suppose sort of defeats the purpose of this show right but but these are all indy vinyl releases lovingly pressed either. DIY or very small labels it was so much fun to have the turntable out to give a real workout at about fifteen fifteen records had piled up. This is wonderful. There's a track called Popular Lips. I can't tell you anything else about clive can knock 'cause he remains an underground mystery. The album miscall pre sunrise authority on sound opinions that is so shooter head of Eh Sailors. Yes it was uh-huh Same is for Salas aw king popular lips by Clive Tanaka ISU- Orchestra. Whoever is he's a genius every few years I get a Clive Tanaka album in the mail and it's great. It wasn't like Cassatt my next pick is an artist by the name of Jade Jackson. A young songwriter out of central California grew up near Bakersfield. I Field California famous for that. country sound at California Country Sound Buck Owens Merle haggard came out of that region. There's a team of country in what Jay Jackson is doing. Her debut came out in two thousand seventeen. The new one is called wilderness both albums produced by Mike Ness of social distortion fan necessarily famous for bringing together various strands of roots music you know best known in the punk scene but always had a strong country flavor to a lot of his recordings and I think he's bringing some of that sensibility. I think he found a kindred spirit in young Jay Jackson Axon to work with on this on this particular record the the record that just came out wilderness is very much about this space in in between the first album launched her career and now she's at that stage where everything is laid out in front of her and the days ahead are kind of unknown. What's going to happen next where you're going to be the first song on the record beings? I last thing I remember before things all went black the promise of tomorrow you know what's IT GONNA be. Here's its track called. City Lights from Jay Jackson unsound a Spa uh-huh aw yeah Jay Jackson City lights a little bit of a Carlene Carter vibe from me. I'm hearing Courtney Barnett Yup. I hear that's good to two Courtney Burnett. I've got another pick Greg. It is from a band called future silence. They have a self titled. EP that just came out on an Australian label. I don't know how they wound up putting this vinyl regarding out on Australian label. I think it's cool that they did their roots. It's our in Chicago as always nice to get this package. You get these twelve inch vinyl mailer and I have a a note from one of the band members. You wrote a kind review of my old band star a million years ago. I was like Oh man. That's what we we rarely get bags and you know played it because of that. I wouldn't play it if it suck doc. No this is great shoe. GAZER PSYCHEDELIC pop with a bit of a post punk kind of edge to it. You know you hear Little Radio head in there. You're a little raincoats. Let's say future. Silence is three women driving the band along with Kirk McMahon on keyboards and guitar ktar fantastic stuff. This is called Kansas Plains by future silence Yeah.

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"john pills" Discussed on True Crime Recaps

True Crime Recaps

08:50 min | 3 years ago

"john pills" Discussed on True Crime Recaps

"Okay so I have a question for you. Have you ever been on a day and gotten too drunk to remember what happened. I'm no stranger to that feeling of knowing what you might have done or said or like something really stupid the night before. Usually I'm like did they blurt or someone I shouldn't have but in this episode I'm GonNa Tell You you about John. Robert Charlton a Seattle Guy who's morning after experience with more like Oh shit. Did I murder someone last night. This is it online dating horror story you are not. I'm not going to believe hey there. I'm amy this is true. Crime recaps and you are the smartest person around because you are saving show much time by not doing a massive deep dive or actually listening to this podcast before for you to a massive deep dive or during your massive deep dive into this murder which is so smart because there are so much out there APP to save any tons of time by recapping it for you here. If you dig what I'm doing you want me to keep doing it. Can you please give me a Five-star Arabia. Wherever you're listening right now and make sure to tell at least one or you know ten people to subscribe to the show it would be a huge favor a really appreciate it it and then I can continue to tell you more and more online dating horror stories like this one? You are not gonNA believe now. Have you ever tried online dating you definitely have to wade through the dregs of society defined that Pearl in the rough or something like that but if you're single or just unhappily coupled and people around you are saying things like take a chance on love or you have a lot of frogs to kiss before you find is your true love. You know that kind of bullshit dribble then I want you to send them to this episode. Get back on the couch with net flicks. Your remote may be some sort of furry animal because girl it is rough out there air. Let's dive in so John Robert Charlton and Ingrid Linn like millions of people all over the world they met online in Seattle and they dated for about a month until tell April eighth twenty sixteen when their date ended with her body parts in recycling bins all over downtown Seattle Ingrid was a forty year old divorced nurse with three young daughters ranging in age from about eight to twelve and an ex husband. She split up with a couple of years earlier but she was still friendly with. She had a job as Swedish medical center that she frigging loved. She was spirited Funny Smart Gorgeous. She loved life travelling spending July Fourth Holidays in Montana going to the beach eating out by all accounts. She was fucking mother. Theresa Meets Sandra Bullock but let's take a look at the man. She ended up dating shall we. We meet John Robert Charlton first off if he actually went by three names then Bam right away ladies you WanNa back away slowly. You know that's the first serial killer red flag back but in this case he actually appeared normal I mean he looked like a respectable decent. Looking some might even say good looking thirty seven year old guy right well. He was thirty seven. That's true and evidently Ingrid was willing to take a chance. They met and they were dating for about a month although there were maybe a couple red flags during that time the key told detectives detectives he was homeless. He had a drinking problem and he was quote not a normal person so yeah that's great <hes> was all of that on your dating profile John and can we please discuss the reasoning behind the fact that this guy even had a dating profile at all okay. Here's how the dating process should unfold wow. I've got a great job. Great friends ends. If only I had someone to share it with now I think I'm emotionally and financially ready to jump online and find my soul mate yeah but how it actually goes all too often in real life is that people are bored. They're horny and they're in need of someone to take care of them. which certainly seems to be the case here I mean what was this guy thinking? Gosh I bring a lot to the table or more likely man. Wouldn't it be great to find some stable amazing woman to take care of me. I could use a roof over my head. I mean what I think. Dr Drew said it best when he summed up Goodell John's personality this way I would even say psychopathic you gotta remember but if people don't understand they mad because the way the movies are you imagine somebody that can shop somebody up is constantly evil and constantly aggressive and constantly violet quite the contrary size sociopaths me very charming very entertaining psychopaths or sometimes a little cold and a little more distance and I think this guy if he allegedly did this if he did this sort of fits more of that spectrum you know he's manipulative online saying I'm just here for a friendship and a good date not to not to have sex wrong. Oh girl you danger girl so on April eighth. John Ingrid make plans to go to Seattle Mariners game together. After the game they went to a bar. They had a few drinks. Oh Rather John God drunk but she was still in this and her three kids rather dad's for the night so they went back to her house in Renton. That's a suburb about ten miles south of Seattle now. I wonder if at any point when they were chatting online was she like hey hey John. Where do you live? What do you do for a living and what he said to her to make her still want to meet up with him now? If only there was some sort of database that she could have access to talk to his ex girlfriend and hear what she later said to Dr fell about John Pill. Did you find out about this this.

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"john pills" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

The Paul Finebaum Show

02:54 min | 3 years ago

"john pills" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

"Just getting home. Mike Anderson fired about an hour and a half ago as the university of Arkansas head basketball coach ending eight years three NCWA tournament bids. They lost this year in the an IT Saturday to Indiana. We that makes four SEC openings perhaps five when LSU finishes its season with will Wade. Let's get back to the calls, and Tim is in Ohio and you're next good afternoon. Thanks for taking my call. Thank you. Joe? Cal staff. Go in this coaching carnival in the UC him leaving UK or you say, you think he'll stay with with coach cow. It's a good question. I I don't know certainly, I think all assistance grow up. Wanting to be head coaches. But, but I'm sure Cal would say this and anyone else would as well, be careful what you wish for because some of these jobs are career killers. I'm I'm sure he'll be very judicious. If he gets an offer. And what one other note, John Pelfrey? Do you think he'll stay with Avery and follow Avery or do? You think he'll branch away from Avery wants to? He gets the buyout at Alabama. Yeah, you're right. I I don't know. I mean, I'm not sure what Avery is going to do. I know a he's been looking around. I suspect you'll land somewhere. He's a good basketball. Coach I would think Pelfrey would go somewhere else. I mean, he's got a pretty good pedigree. Having spent all that time with Billy. Donovan played a Kentucky. Of course has that connection. And I it hard to predict though. But but but I I would think he would end up somewhere else. So he's a good coach. Let's move on and talk to Jay in Arkansas. Jay, you're on the air. Go right ahead. Hey, Paul glad to be on the show. Just want to say a couple of things about the Alstom, Mike Anderson. He is Arkansas they were actor the whole deal with Dana Ethan John pill for you know, Arkansas they read a bear at a hard spot and Mike Anderson, I think Arkansas fans really need to give Arkan get my Anderson. You know, some credit to what he did. At Arkansas had. I think he was taught three or four coaching the league of won't point with one of the highest. Haas winning percentages. So you know, he is he is a good coach. And thank he's gonna be somewhere for any coach for very long time. He's he's not done yet. But a man, I appreciate you. Let me be on. If you ever come back and tell him be own Arkansas hog in show one day. Thank you, brother, baggage. Great to hear from you. You're right about Mike Anderson..

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"john pills" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

The Paul Finebaum Show

03:53 min | 3 years ago

"john pills" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

"I bring that up, and you you'll know aren't bringing it up because Kelvin Sampson is at Houston. He's a very hot coach hundred did not hire him. Macro did. But certainly they worked together is he the type? Coach that Arkansas could be looking at. Yeah. I believe. So I think what Kelvin has done at Houston is what every program this down hopes to do within five or six years make it to the Sweet Sixteen and be competitive. A I think they were thirty one three going into the tournament. And I mean, just to lose three games. That's amazing. You know, Arezzo is open. Rumors. I'm here is they're very interested in Kelvin too. So Arkansas is going to have to come loaded the bear. And I mean, surely crispier is the hottest name in college coaching right now for what he's done at Texas Tech. And what he did in one year you are knocking off Purdue in the first round of the NCAA tournament. He's he's hot name. But then again, you look at all the jobs that are coming open UCLA, Amazon three others in the SEC. I it's it's kind of perplexing. What's going to happen next? I mean, where do you go and find the right guy when when? In Arkansas Little Rock higher feared they went through Eddie folklore. Remember Eddie jer. Yes. He has this little company where he finds coaches schools, and they went through him, and he was a real bargain compared some of these head on her. I think he got maybe fifteen thousand his opposed to hundred thousand he found them crispier. Does that is that what Arkansas does do they go to over the ones head on her? One of those big head on the outfits gave him John pill. So yeah, you know it. It's a crapshoot while the in I gave this opinion few minutes ago, but I'm gonna pull back for a second. Because I want to hear from you. You're there. I mean, I've always thought this was a really great fertile basketball. Ground, but it has not been successful in many many years at least consistently how good a job is this. That great. They have great fans. Recruiting base you pretty much. You can have your pick and Arkansas, except if I Maliki mum comes along and wants to go to Kentucky. You're not gonna be Kentucky out for somebody. They can get into Memphis, Tulsa, Oklahoma city, of course, into Texas. The northern part of Louisiana. It's it should be a much better job than it has been for the last quarter of a century from nineteen seventy five to nineteen ninety six. It was a national player under any sudden and Nolan Richardson. It was it. They were always in the top twenty five top twenty play making the tournament winning games and from nineteen ninety six they might the Sweet Sixteen and they've never advanced past the first round since. Unbelievable for team that as you said was in the final four played in back to back. I think back to back national championship games winning one. And losing the other. It is stunning turn of events in in in terms of Anderson. I mean, it seemed to me that fans were were growing weary, but he still had respect and and the and support of many I thought that maybe not enough to fill the building up on a regular basis. But I I didn't hear a lot of negativity toward him impossible not to like. Impossibly? Good, man. A good person. Good father players loved any. He graduated as players other than one isolated incident. He never had a player arrested. It just that that tend to stop in..

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"john pills" Discussed on Science Friction

Science Friction

09:35 min | 3 years ago

"john pills" Discussed on Science Friction

"An atmosphere of that guess would give to our earth a high temperature, and if a some suppose at one period of its history the air had mixed with it. A large was the first person to discover the carbon dioxide is a greenhouse gas, which is incredible in itself. I mean that one discovery would make her one of the stars of the world's in the scientific community. There had been quite a few papers Britain that were speculating on how much climate varied over geologic time, and what could be causing it. But then she went onto to other great things and was to describe global warming. So she entered ucsd the whole idea of paleo-climatology to now one thing she didn't do is look at methane or other hydrocarbon gases because they do the same thing. But you got it started the whim. Mba moment was if the earth had more carbon dioxide in that for than it did at that moment. It would be much hotter place seat. We know that now. But at the time how at standing was that finding how absolutely defining wasn't all it was brilliant, one of those great discoveries because people knew a lot about carbonic Gus would gas or carbon dioxide that was emitted when you a burnt coal or charcoal. But they did not have a clue as to its role in the atmosphere as far as temperature went which is the crucial discovery for current climate science and appreciate finding for the time to the second industrial revolution was getting underway and carbon dioxide levels were on a much upwards and this occurred one hundred sixty two years ago by a woman and yet we have. No since that this woman plied that role in the history of climate science will others for the big O's of Tyndall stola show. Teen Dol stole the show. That's John Tyndall. He's celebrated today as the father of modern climate science one of the leading centers in climate change research busies name. But was there a mother of modern climate science to that's missing from the story? Hold your breath before I get to that back to the scene of the triple AS meeting in eighteen fifty six that use apparently tainted with her husband Elisha, and he also presented scientific work related to who's this was a collaborative effort. He wrote about solar rays, the amount of light coming from under solar conditions, and she wrote about lab work of what impact that has on the gases almost certain they had worked together on on this research and in the American journal science they were printed back the back with authority but Unis's husband Elisha presented. He's on pipe at that trip. Elias meeting in eighteen fifty six somewhat didn't Eunice it's possible. There was a lot of pushback regarding a woman, presenting paper. Aaa S. There's a reasonable chance. It was presented by professor Henry because women were not allowed to present at that conference. Although I'm not certain that's a case that a caveat to that is AAA ES was welcoming to women in the society when we're allowed to attend our meetings as well as become members. So so in the nineteenth century women did have a place in the American Association for the advancement of science. They certainly did one woman in particular Maria. Mitchell was an astronomer, and she was the first member of AAA s and the eighteen fifties and she eventually became a triple s fellow. So that's very interesting. So it's not necessarily the case that Eunice wasn't allowed to present. Who? Cape. Hyper, it just might have been the circumstances. Because all the women were presenting papers. Is that right? Right. Right. Yes. That's right. After finding this. I I went out and acquired a copy of the proceedings volume for that convention and her husband's talk was listed by title. And he was elected to become a member of the society. And there's no mention of her at all or her paper. So I figure well, that's that's kind of interesting interesting is one way of putting it. Unis's pipe Adid get written up though in the esteemed scientific American magazine. Three weeks later, some have not only entertained, but express to the main idea that women do not possess the strength of mind necessary for scientific investigation. They made much of the fact that she was a woman a woman scientist deny prosciutto actually, had the quaint title of a scientific ladies to the nature of women's duties few them have had the leisure or the opportunities to pursue science experimentally. But those of them who have had the taste in the opportunity to do so have shown as much power and ability to investigate and observe correctly. As men. And the experiments of MRs foot before abundant evidence of the ability of women to investigate any subject with the regionality and precision. Thank you, gentlemen. I'm glad you finally worked out what we all is knew about us ELS. Okay. Well, of course, this is speaking in the twentieth century. Now Natasha Mitchell with ABC ins science, friction podcast broadcast get us. Anyway, you can and everything has changed now. Rot women. Scientists don't cop any of that stupidity anymore. Right. Yeah. Right. So this is where the plot thickens in the story of MRs Eunice foot, the something else you need to know about unis. Her husband later became head of the US patent office Washington. Her daughter became a real estate Bogle in Washington DC area and her son in law was a congressman that introduced the emancipation proclamation to abolish slavery, abolish slavery and a figure. Okay, and hang on more interested in what Eunice Steed also found out. Unicef foot had been heavily involved with some of the early important meetings of the women's suffrage movement. And the thing was in the eighteen forties. Infect Eunice was wrought at the of the action, according to science historian John pill, and she attended an extraordinary college called the Troy female seminary with scientific educa-. Nation of women was given priority. I'm price it ended at the time. The whole attitude was women have other courage, or the of the mindset do great science carriage, right? It was considered you know, to explore and create was analogous to say, captain cook. For example, then unis found his self living in Sinica foles Nick store to Elizabeth Katie Stanton, the founder of the women's movement. N-i-l-l-a-s the speculation they would distant cousins and husband Elisha, he studied law under Katie. Stanton's father was one of those people sort of like in the movie Forrest Gump, or she's always at the most interesting place of the most interesting time. So when they call the first women's rights convention in Seneca, falls, of course, UNICEF foot a towns alongside Elizabeth. Eighty Stanton who was the fourth signatory to one of the most incredible documents in the history of the women's movement. If you haven't read the Seneca falls declaration of sentiments seek eat at it's a foundational statement Eunice was its fifth signatory was her husband. Well, he was the fourth of thirty two men who signed and in the declaration. It was stated we hold these truths to be self-evident that all men and women created equal that they are endowed by creator with great in eilly Annable rots that among these are life liberty and the pursuit of happiness, and it goes on to say, I gather securing woman, an equal participation with men in the various trades professions and commerce will actually that was the last resolution that was brought up out the convention and considered to be the most influential on women in America. And no doubt. Influential on UNICEF's to behalves it pushed her on to do who scientific experiments.

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"john pills" Discussed on Science Friction

Science Friction

07:14 min | 3 years ago

"john pills" Discussed on Science Friction

"This is an ABC podcast. Hey heads up podcast vans. We are revisiting some families popular science fiction editions, and here's a very special one. Helena, tash ritual. Hugh, a real Kika of a detective story in this episode and intriguing her story from the history of science some suggest it's nothing short of a scandal. It was the finding that launched modern climate science, right? The carbon dioxide is a potent greenhouse gas it traps, the sun's radiation within the earth's atmosphere that is causes global warming. And the man who made this connection became supremely famous. That was the idea. This is where the controversy, begins stolen. Did it all really start with while just get cracking with the story showing? Do you? Remember the day you first heard of Eunice Newton for this woman. Who should probably be a household name? I read assured article by Sorensen about UNICEF foot John pill, and is in a story of solar energy based at the university of California Santa Barbara like an incredible story that short little paper has attracted more attention than everything else. I've ever written combined. Rice, orange in Oklahoma worked as a petroleum geologist in the oil industry for more than thirty years. I just like basically solving problems sleuthing undiscovered oil fields, you tend to get in the habit of looking for a novelist pieces of data things like that that just don't match what you've been taught and rise an obsessive collector of antique books too. I have a very big basement shells by my wife is very tolerant lily. Killaly old scientific and geological tastes are also every once in a while. I come across something historians of missed. The UNICEF foot thing was not the only time I've done something. Like that thought of like bring it alive. It'd be a one of the most incredible stories never told before she didn't necessarily define her life as a scientist. Whereas as a woman or as an artist inventor, she was all of those things Norma, recital blanking. Washington DC is the arc of and records manager at the American Association for the advancement of science, the triple AS, which kicked off back in eighty and forty eight and is the world's largest scientific society. But she didn't have a appear machine, and it she may have just presented and done. The key research that defined the foundation of modern climate science, which is just extraordinary think. Yeah. And she shouldn't realize the sort of significant of that. But we do. Yes. We certainly do because what UNICEF foot fan is foundational to everything we know today about human induced climate change. So why haven't we heard of her will you've just met the three to take in this episode of science friction? They von earth hidden story working independently from each other as it turns out. So this particular stories starts with an impulse purchase. Gather one particular book, I know the first copy I ever got would have been an impulse purchase. And I liked it. Well, enough that I started collecting them to the extent that eventually I ended up with a complete set of what was called the annual of scientific discovery published over twenty years from the middle of the nineteenth century, it summarized HEB's big scientific news and findings and in a copy Reiger his hands on the Asia lighter economics advisor, ABRAHAM LINCOLN less. David Wells had reported on presentations, given at the being conference of the American Association for the advancement of science triple s and one of them was the one by UNICEF, erred. Now Cape in mind, this was in fifty six women didn't even have the right to vote little on the case. Celebs? So her paper was actually presented by professor Henry who was the head of the Smithsonian institute at that time. This percents was professor Henry, then read a paper by fisa Henry then read a paper by MRs UNICEF foot prefacing with a few words to the effect that science was of no country and of no six the sphere of woman. Embraces not only the beautiful and the useful. But the true. There. Okay. That's a interesting way to talk about a scientific summary of presentation. And I read the rest of it. It was really only a single long paragraph describing laboratory research second stance effecting the heat of the sun's rays by MRs Eunice foot. Saratoga springs. Eighty experiments were made with an airp- and two cylinder. Receivers of the same size four inches in diameter in each place to monitor the air was exhausted from one and convinced the after both at acquired the same temperature. They were placed in the sun side by side. So UNICEF took two sealed glass containers evacuated them and then feel one with cub. Ona casted. That's just the only speak for carbon dioxide and the other with air, and then she put them in the sun. Mine vista Gatien's have had for their object to determine the different circumstances that affect the thermal. Action of the rays of light the precede from the sun. Several results have been obtained I at the IT fifty-six meeting professor Henry proceeded to list those results from her straightforward, but Graham, breaking experiment. A high affect of the defender signs. I have found to be in Cobb onic acid gas, the receiver containing the gas became itself much heated very sensibly more so than the other and on being removed. It was as many times as long in the cooling and was much longer in cooling. Now, that's an earth shattering finding literally. And this is why it just apparently clicked with her that, you know, of seal to can absorb that much more heat than the amount of CO two in the atmosphere could be one of the controls on historical climate changes. That is a critical thing. An

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