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A highlight from God's Fire - The Expression Of His Love To Know Me

Live Behind The Veil

11:32 min | 2 months ago

A highlight from God's Fire - The Expression Of His Love To Know Me

"Welcome to live behind the veil and atmosphere where men and women of God speak his word to this age and bring his kingdom to this earth. Do you have ears to hear and eyes to see what God is doing in this hour? Let us join our host and the family's conversation as the Holy Spirit is unfolding. The word behind the veil. Hello, podcasters. I'm Ron your host, and today we're going to be talking about God's fire. Have you experienced God's fire in your life? Well, today we're going to initiate by faith the fire of God in our lives. He comes and refines out of us. The impurities that need to go in our lives so that we can stand in his presence. Because our God is a consuming fire. I am so thankful for all of the experiences and trials that meetings with the lord and things that I've been through. Because they produce a stability. Right. In your life, I don't have those ups and downs anymore. As far as my walk with the lord and faith, for that solid as a rock, there's a foundation there. You bet. You bet. When you're walking like this and God's putting you through the fire, and because they went through it, they're going to rule in rain with him. If you haven't gone through the fire and you haven't had all that stuff burned out, you're not going to be one of those that are going to rule in rain with him. And it's a choice. It very much, very much. I wanted to read here out of Matthew 7 because Ron and I talked about this some time ago, really kind of created a fear of the lord in our hearts. This is 21 through 23. Not everyone who says to me lord lord will enter the Kingdom of Heaven. But he who does the will of my father, many will say to me on that day, lord lord, did we not prophesy in your name, and in her name cast out demons, and in your name perform many miracles, and then I will declare to them, I never knew you. Depart from me, you who practice lawlessness. I know people raising people from the dead, healing the sick, and I wonder, is it the lord doing that through him? Revelations gives a warning about that. If he doesn't know you, you better go talk to him and say, put me through the fire now because I want you to know me. I don't care how much I know you. If you don't know me, if you don't know me, I'm in trouble. That haunts me, that really. That scripture that you're talking about right there, Alan, is just huge. Yeah. Because I'm saying this with not anything but just the love in a brokenness for people, but there are so many Christians out there that feel like they're good people. And they probably are good people. Yeah, they're good people. But your goodness isn't going to cut it. No. It's only Christ nature that's going to cut it with the father. He's looking for his son's nature in you. That's why he deals with you or he wants to deal with you daily, he's trying to burn out the dynamic nature and he's trying to impart Christ nature, because there is a Judgment Day. There is a line that's drawn in the sand. There is a time that it's too late. Yes. You know, there really is. Unfortunately for those who refuse, the dealings in the fire and all this at God's lovingly trying to bring to our hearts, then there's no choice, but a terrifying expectation of judgment, and it's what the scripture says, it's a terrifying thing to fall in the hands of a living God. Well, it's terrifying for who, for those who won't submit, that's right. Won't cement won't open up to the lord's dealings now. And it's all love. It's his love. We may not see it that way as human beings, we were going through the fire, well, look at a little child. He doesn't really appreciate you when you're disciplining him in spanking him. But you know as well as I do without that, he's not going to be asset to society. It's the same thing with the spiritual side. You're not going to be a blessing or something that God can use, or wants to be in his kingdom, if you won't receive the discipline and the fire now. It's just that simple really. That is. Do you want to be a son of God? There you go. Do you want to walk in his presence? To want to have the fullness of Christ in you, then you've got to go through the steps of the fire. That's part of what you have to do. Someone should talk about the ten virgins. Yeah. I was just thinking the same thing. Dan, I don't like that scripture scares me because you've got ten versions they've all been purified. They've gone through the fire. And they're in a heart, isn't full of his presence, and isn't full of the Holy Spirit. And the door shuts and they're out. And I'm like, oh my God. Christ came baptizing with the Holy Spirit and fire. And it's now in this time that we're starting to understand the fire. We're seeing that, yes, we've walked in a measure of the fire, but there's so much more to it at its been reserved for this day based upon how the fire has worked in our lives. Yeah. Search meal God, and know my heart, we talk about the unseen, restrictions, the unseen chains. That's the point. They're unseen. You're not aware of them. But the Holy Spirit is aware of them, and sometimes you go through things in, you know, you've been trying to walk with the lord with all of your heart. You're really, really pursuing him. And then the fire gets hotter. Yep. It's because you are pursuing. It's because you are reaching in that the fire gets hotter because he's burning off those things as you're not even aware of that's restricting you. Even good things, even things that you would call God. In your life, or maybe we're God in your life. Older levels of walking with him, he's got to set you free from those things so that you can go up higher, and to a deeper level with them in a deeper relationship, how are you going to do that? There's no way you're going to do that because you cherish those things. Those are your isaacs. Yes. Yes. Will you talk about a hard thing? Yeah. Putting your isaacs, we call them isaacs, spiritualized spiritual meetings with the lords, things that God's worked in you that you cherish. Right? Here's Joe. I want to bless job. He's perfect in all his ways. What does he do? He puts the fire to his life. And burns, I mean, from outside on liquor, they're looking at job and they're kind of going, it looks like he's destroying him. Yeah. Yeah. And it's just not what he's doing. God's loving him. And he's going, I'm going to bring you closer to me. And at the end, job goes, you know, I knew of you, but now I see you face to face. In others an old Johnny Cash song going through my head right now. And you know what it is? The ring of fire. Bring a fire. And it burns burns burns at ring of fire. I went down, down, down, and the flames went higher. Ron, am I understanding you correct at this principle of the fire in the Holy Spirit is not new to the scripture? You know it sounds like maybe he started that right in genesis somewhere. When he promised Noah he would never destroy the world by water again, he decides to use fire and stand. Alan, when you said that thing about him destroying the earth by fire, it talks about how God has reserved fire, that that's supposed to be only for the Avalon as angels, but those who refuse to walk with the lord, and God we cry out for him right now. We really do. We cry out. We cry out for the ones that are unsaved. The ones that are running, the ones who don't even care, the ones that are totally indifferent. The ones that are rebellious, we cry out for him right now, lord. You know, we reach out by faith in our hearts with his love and disbelieve that we create an open door for all these. Satan should be so lonely in hell. Exactly. You know, he should get not one person, not one person on this earth, should he doesn't deserve to have one person on this earth. It should be left alone. Yes, not even the lame, the halt nor the blind will be left behind. You know, it was the first atom who brought sin into the world, and the second atom, or Jesus Christ, who brought life back and so, with that Ron, I'm standing with you because I believe that as soon as Satan is bound, then people are going to see the truth. For what it is. But people are accustomed to hearing Satan's lies that they don't know the truth. They don't know the truth about Salvation or what we're even talking about, you know? Right. I lose the hearts of people to open up to the father and hell family. Today we've experienced his word being that fire, which refines our spirits and that hammer, which shatters the rocky elements in our lives. So that we can become those vessels of honor and the pure offerings of worship that is pleasing in his sight. Experiencing the impartation of God's word through his family is life. As this time in his presence blessed you, then please subscribe to our podcast at live behind the veil dot com. If you would like to contact the family with questions or topics that you would like to discuss, you can email them to living epistles at live behind the veil dot com. Stay connected, tuned in and grow with the family as the lord unveils his word to us live. Behind the veil.

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Pat Boone Reminisces About 'Christian Brother' Johnny Cash

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:28 min | 3 months ago

Pat Boone Reminisces About 'Christian Brother' Johnny Cash

"Many artists that kind of cross over it in that way. Johnny Cash is another one that I assume you knew him somewhat. Very well. We knew each other. We knew we were Christian brothers, especially in the last years of his life. And yeah, yeah, Johnny, Johnny was never really rock and roll. He was country with a rock field. That's what Elvis was doing in the beginning, was country music with a rock field, and of course he got a lot more rocking than Johnny Cash, but Brenda Lee and others that were really country, but they would do some rock songs. Well, enough that because they were, they were not squeaky clean, not I'm not saying that negatively about Brenda Lee, people didn't know about her private life. It was squeaky clean, but Johnny haven't been a drug addict and a prison inmate at one time. That qualified him for rock and roll, even though he was a thoroughgoing Christian while he went and Rick. I don't think he actually was ever imprisoned, but everybody keeps saying that, but he spent so much time you could say ministering in prisons to performing in prisons. He had a kind of a solidarity with the prisoners and a lot of people got the impression that he had been a prisoner. I'm pretty sure that he wasn't, but you were right. There was something Gritty about him.

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Breaking the Formulaic Mold of Contemporary Christian Music

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:28 min | 10 months ago

Breaking the Formulaic Mold of Contemporary Christian Music

"To andy irwin of the famous irwin brothers. You probably remember the film. i can only imagine. There's a new film out called the jesus music movie obviously self explanatory. It's about jesus music. We were just talking. Andy about this strange moment in the culture and to me. It's there's something sad about it where we had people mainstream figures. Billy graham to some extent was a mainstream figure. But we had johnny cash. We had chris christopherson singing unapologetic. Jesus music maybe the issue is that we have separated it into a. I think a lot of people think sometimes that when you do that you sort of marginalize yourself in other words it would be wonderful if everybody in the country was listening to the music rather than just people who listen to ccm. So i don't know where. Do you think we're going with that because i feel like you don't reach people if you're just in your own little genre. Yeah i think we explore that in documentary for sure because there was there. Was this purity where it started And you know the people that there wasn't an industry around. It was his people. That kind of organically started kind of expressing their fate. And then they're kind of became something where it became a little bit more for formulaic and then people blazed trails in new directions and then it will become formulaic. And then you know that was always the struggle between you know the commerce of it of just kind of play into your base and then being able to do really great art. And i think you know the exciting thing about it. Is i think you know we try to find something. That was universally relatable and the idea of You know outside of it being genre of these trailblazers that said hey. My voice is represented and i would like to form something that doesn't exist That's incredibly romantic. But along the way you know it can get kind of formulaic and just kind of play to the base. I think the exciting thing that's happening now. With the arts you know across the board Not just with with music but also hopefully you know heading that direction in film is there's been an opportunity To kind of branch out beyond the walls and so we kind of go into where it has been the started to make those steps in that direction. Like with the lauren bagels. And the you know for king country. Mcrae's there's these modern artists that are beginning to kind of blur. Those lines a little bit more and reach a broader

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"johnny cash" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology

Rock N Roll Archaeology

02:12 min | 11 months ago

"johnny cash" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology

"The kingston trio were coming out and their song. Tom dooley won the grammy award for the country music performance of the year. Which i mean. If charlie rich was pissed about living john getting the award pill must've been pulling their teeth out on the kingston trio. You know but but it discusses show the music business. Didn't know what to make of folk yet because even though the the weavers who had the massive success in the early fifties. They got blacklisted. Pretty quickly and kind to me got lumped in with things. Like tony bennett. Doing cold cold heart or You know patti. Page's version of tennessee. Waltz is just part of that weird period where three chord country songs were a big part of the pop scene for a while and then that changed and the weavers get blacklisted. In and kept their appeal they kept call. Todd hanson Reunite do the big show at carnegie hall and in the kingston trio just explodes as this massive massive pop phenomenon. I have to think it was people who were college students in a life fifty so they they were kids. Who were buying records in. The weavers heyday in the early fifties and listening to johnny ray and buying. How much is that doggie in the window. And all that stuff. So it's not quite the pre rock and roll generation that was the kingston trio fan base. And they're kind of out. Think notice the kingston trio didn't really make transition rock now desert The beatles made a lot of things passe and the kingston. Trio's wanna yes. Yes whereas people like peter. Paul mary who come along a little later managed to keep having hits all the sixties although beverly go folk rock either other than their parody song slamming the mamas and the papas. But that's a Goes yeah yeah. They you know had leaving on a jet plane and all that kind of stuff. So let's hear another song. This is johnny cash stab at the story song genre. And this is johnny cash. Don't take your guns to town..

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From Heroin to Faith: Pastor Greg Laurie's Road to Christ

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:21 min | 1 year ago

From Heroin to Faith: Pastor Greg Laurie's Road to Christ

"Perkins I don't remember blue suede shoes I was say blue shoes is that that's the one see anyway. So china. okay. So billy graham billy. Sorta like the glue. The two stories because stephen interesting encounter with billy. He didn't know billy but later in his life. After stephen come to christ he found out he had cancer. He was unable to get any kind of treatment. There was nothing they can do from the hospitals here so we actually went for some very an orthodox treatments done in mexico. And he requested that his pastor leonard dewitt would try to get hold of billy. Graham khazei would like to meet billy. Billy very gracious took time out of his schedule. Met steve on the tarmac whereas jet was to take him to mexico they had prayer together. And then steve misplaced as bible and billy gave his divas personal bible which steve took with him. The surgery was successful but unfortunately he died in recovery and they came into the recovery room and steve was holding the bible. Billy gave him in the last words. Steve said to billy were. I'll see you in heaven. And of course billy was a good friend of johnny cash The would vacation together. They fish together their wives or friends. And johnny play a lot of billy's crusade. So i thought he's the glue in the story and to me. He's kind of the coolest of all of them. If i can use that word. Steve was the king of call as he was called. Johnny was called the godfather of but billion my estimation was the coolest of them all because of the impact. He had on men like that but people around the world some well-known some unknown We have to think of what You said that you said steve was the was the what of cool the king of the king of cool and and johnny cash was what the god cool so what would be the preecha of cool. How would you say he would be. Maybe the coolest of the cool the and because to me cool is justified this authenticity. Its unique. You know you're a trailblazer. You're a groundbreaker. You're someone that thinks outside of the lines that people think in new are willing to take risks and you're

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2021's First Solar Eclipse, the 'Ring of Fire'

Democracy Now! Audio

00:21 sec | 1 year ago

2021's First Solar Eclipse, the 'Ring of Fire'

"At burdens burns array of ring of fire by johnny cash people in parts of northern hemisphere and particularly in the northeast united states. Were able to see a ring of fire in the sky this morning. As an angular solar eclipse moved across part of the

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"johnny cash" Discussed on Your Favorite Band Sucks

Your Favorite Band Sucks

01:53 min | 1 year ago

"johnny cash" Discussed on Your Favorite Band Sucks

"You more you than me. I was gonna call a bunch in this episode and i forgot to. Johnny cat coughed all the time. Did he always does it. Like a nervous tic singing. The way he sang made him have to cough. Okay that or pills. Maybe sure awesome. Yeah boone darna killing borrow murmur. Her mike mostly killing if your favorite band is johnny cash. Your favorite cash. You're welcome for listening to your favorite band sucks. Make sure to share this episode everywhere. You can it sure to be a real good time. I don't really know how it works. But mark has informed me that our merch store now accepts crypto currency. So if you like spending fake money to acquire real things you don't even need just a little cash to basically steal from us. I guess haters will always say it's fake but that story about me. Standing on the street corner with a sign is totally real. And if any of you assholes don't believe me get someone you know in springfield missouri to ask mark awful about it. Let's see let's see. Oh this came up in the episode a little bit which is goth music is all trash so if you made it all the way to the end of this one without throwing out all your black clothing than you may want to think again because when this podcast returns we will be talking all about how much joy division sucks..

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"johnny cash" Discussed on Your Favorite Band Sucks

Your Favorite Band Sucks

05:24 min | 1 year ago

"johnny cash" Discussed on Your Favorite Band Sucks

"Quick. If you're listening to this podcast which you are. Obviously listening to this podcast. You think you're lessening the podcast right. Now they're still listening. Yeah i guess they're listening. Yeah you really need you to subscribe. Wherever you're listening. Hit the subscribe button. Definitely make sure you're subscribed we've got merged now. What shirts pins and stickers and stuff on the website go to our website why. Fps pod dot com. Just do it just do it. That'd be a good slogan for then we should make a shirt okay. Johnny cash used to take a dollar bill. 'cause you know his name cash he's take a dollar bill in weave it into his guitar strings and then just like scratch on the strings like percussion instrument i mean. This dude did not give a fuck about his own music. It's hilarious that anyone else does. Yeah people do man. People really love johnny cash and only johnny cash very common. You know we could probably do an experiment where we go downtown. We live in talking nashville. I don't wanna do this. It would be so depressing. It would probably be more present for you that it would be for me in just interview people on the street and be like who's your favorite country artists. You know it wouldn't even be close not even close it. Would i mean unless it's some more raw nic new country person because those are the idiots who have all the bars down there that people are hanging out. That's what i was seeing like. Get actually some people say other stuff. Anyone going pre y two k off the charts in favor of johnny cash. There's no contest no question. Yeah or go downtown and get her picture taking with every single person wearing a tee shirt. That's that's the most people do people that are wearing shirts like other people wearing cash. It's like when they walk by like you know because it's so common with like hey man shirt at the spiderman me yes. I do have a random idea that i think would be. Funny is when when touring starts back up because we're recording this during covid still is standing outside shows protesting the show. Whatever it would be fun to protest outside some of the bars downtown if you protest outside the johnny cash museum with giant signs. Johnny cash sucks or something dude. I don't know people might fight us. I guess it'd be hard to understand shit. So when are you for halloween. You know the. It's always sunny in philadelphia episode. Where mac goes to the abortion rally to try to pick up women in this sign that he makes as what if jesus was a boarded so i live in springfield missouri for a period of years and in that town..

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"johnny cash" Discussed on Your Favorite Band Sucks

Your Favorite Band Sucks

03:37 min | 1 year ago

"johnny cash" Discussed on Your Favorite Band Sucks

"Music being violent. Yes motherfucker what's worse talking about shooting someone for an extremely good reason like they tried to like. Take your drugs or rob. You were talking about shooting someone for no reason at all just to watch them. Die the excuses that people come up with because they like artists is really bizarre like people that are listening to this. That are actually legitimate. Johnny cash fans that hate gangsta rap or rap in general. Or maybe you don't like marilyn manson or cannibal corpse or quote unquote heavy metal. That's violent in nature. But you like johnny cash like how does that work. I love violent music. So i don't give a shit but i'm pointing out. Hypocrisy see also cocaine blues. Which is straight up about doing drugs and murdering your girlfriend. Yeah a lot of guys longer violent but a lot of the ones that are non violent are so dumb like this guy sensitive. Humor was embarrassing there. There are instances of other artists telling him the he shouldn't record certain songs because he was just making himself look like an idiot. Like there's a song that chicken and black that kristofferson told him not to do he's like dude what are you doing. Don't don't put this. But winning sue is one of the huge five songs that everyone knows. Not only is the song moronic. It goes on forever. It's a joke song and it has ten verses that he's so long no joke song ever is funny enough to deserve ten verses especially when the entire joke is just the title of the song. A boy named sue is the whole joke. It's a boy. His name is sue. Let's write attain. Burst song about that pure punishment like johnny cash tonight. Right that the shel silverstein who had pretty whacky sense of humor. I mean definitely go. Listen to shell silverstein albums instead of johnny cash album. Better time just go to the source. The best song cash wrote is probably big river and even that one uses the same gimmick from. I've been everywhere man where he just list a bunch of cd's so idiots who live in. Those cities can feel cool about johnny cash in the name of the city that i'm from there johnny cash wrote about in the city where i'm from listening to this song. Oh i do feel like we should write a johnny cash taco bell commercial. Oh we should definitely bringing bringing bringing bringing a taco bell. What did he say in the commercial. It's so fucking embarrassing. It's like just a little bit of cash. he keeps he only just need a little bit cash. We're definitely.

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"johnny cash" Discussed on Your Favorite Band Sucks

Your Favorite Band Sucks

03:25 min | 1 year ago

"johnny cash" Discussed on Your Favorite Band Sucks

"It was parody. I mean obviously some see. The thing is with our social media. How known obviously it happened. Obviously put that shit together back in the day. The song came out and somebody who was like this. Somebody had been pissed. The dude who wrote the original song heard johnny cash song on the it was like. I'm pretty sure this song. And i'm pretty sure i'm not rich right now. So what is happening. What would should have looked it up because he paid them a hundred thousand dollars. Which at the time. I don't know what that would be worth now. Not enough because that song has made fucking ungodly amount of money. It still to this day makes ungodly amount of money. You should have said. I want a certain percentage in perpetuity. Oh yeah that's the way. The dad works leaving. He just paid a hundred grand. That's a radiohead had to do. Or no funding radiohead was training and make. Lana del rey. Do and we should do an episode of all the ripoffs. That have happened like that. It would take forever just call just covering green day's five actual minutes of me. Just reading a list of songs that green day probably did not accidentally coincidentally happened to right so similarly to a bunch of other songs when there's like fifty of them. It might not be an accident. But i for me. I don't read never written a song in my life. We write songs on this show. All the people think this shit is harder. You emmy come up with songs that we did not plan to come up with im- provide songs if you motherfucker that we're now recording that red hot chili peppers christmas song. They came up with on the fly in that episode. Your high. We're gonna record that you're going to buy. What are you going to do when we have a platinum album. Fuck are all the people who think that we only do this podcast. 'cause we're like baiter. What are you gonna do what we have platinum album that we don't even give a shit about which is worse though not having a music career at all. We don't or putting out a hundred albums and then having one of your biggest songs you ever wrote you ripped off what's worse rather right. Nothing a rather not be an artist. The guy who's one of biggest songs. Ever and most notable things he ever did was a fucking rip off if it turns out that you actually have to write a check to the people because you obviously ripped it off. That's the final. Say in the issue. You know what i'm saying like you can argue all day long. I didn't rip it off. Okay what you're writing a hundred thousand dollar to the band which is wayne out enough money and be obvious proof that you're admitting that you ripped it off. It's painfully obvious. The same fucking song by the way. My favorite shit is when people write songs about geographical locations. They clearly don't know anything about like in the bg song massachusetts when the chorus ends with and massachusetts. And it's like okay motherfucker. I kind of assumed that right up until the point where you said it. And now i don't think i do believe in massachusetts. Well shooting some poor son of a bitch in reno nevada just to watch him. Die is not how you get locked up in folsom. Prison in california The other thing. That sucks about this song. A lotta these assholes who think as bad as johnny cash things about shooting a guy just to watch him. Die are the same assholes who will sit on the internet and complain about rap..

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"johnny cash" Discussed on Your Favorite Band Sucks

Your Favorite Band Sucks

03:05 min | 1 year ago

"johnny cash" Discussed on Your Favorite Band Sucks

"Fm and started today back to the songwriting. I mean the song i walk. The line is almost as bad as the song faithfully by journey as far as some guy grabbing a bullhorn to yell at the whole world about how he would never ever ever ever cheat on his wife. Dude nobody ass if you were going to cheat on your wife today. Why did you write this song. Ps go read a book about johnny cash. Now what is that. What is it. There's a thing in when detectives or interviewing people and they give up too much information because they're guilty is kill that guy exactly. I didn't actually ask sir. I said good morning exactly. It's giving up way too much information you know. I mean i would never cheat on my wife ever. I wouldn't do that. Oh nobody asked. Why are you walking align you feel you feel like you need to walk a line. What do you got to prove. The lyrics are so weird he says i keep a close watch on this heart of mine. My eyes stay open all the time. It sounds like he's terrified that he's gonna lose control of his own body and have to witness himself cheat on his wife. It sounds like the only reason song exists. I mean it. All fairness drugs will do that too. You definitely cheated on his wife times too. So it's yeah man. I saw the movie. Yeah i saw the movie. They show sheeting in that movie. Pretty sure they made him out to be a pretty big asshole on his first wife. With june carter yeah. I'm pretty sure i you know. I don't think they covered everything you think that they did. I don't think that the movie is a love story. That happens to have johnny cash in it. I will say that. I watched the movie. And i was like okay. This is what it is if you really wanted to know what you really have to read about them. I think you really have to read about him like almost killing all condors whatever it was right lighting the woods on fire and almost wiping out an entire species of bird. He did a lot of kind of dumb stuff. There's so many that they didn't talk about any of that stuff in the movie. It really is just the august focused on the love story but the love story even then is kind of fucked up so not only the johnny cash. Fail to write any good songs. The song that he's most famous for he fucking stole and tried to take credit for writing. Yeah folsom prison. Blues is a song called crescent city. Blues johnny straight up stole and he only bothered to change like fifty percent of the lyrics. Yeah barely though. It's pretty it's very obvious it starts with the same line yes. The melody is identical. This is the chorus of crescent city. Blues owned that lonesome whistle if that railroad train was mine. I bet i'd find a man a little farther down the line far from crescent city where. I'd like to stay and i lead that lonesome whistle blow my blues away. This isn't like the radiohead situation. Where some come along and be like. I mean there's only twelve notes in music. It's it was bound to happen like this way too similar. He definitely just stole this song. Which is a very fucked up thing to do. Straight up weird. Al changes more lyrics than he in. Yeah he literally does to sing. He should have said it was..

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"johnny cash" Discussed on Your Favorite Band Sucks

Your Favorite Band Sucks

04:26 min | 1 year ago

"johnny cash" Discussed on Your Favorite Band Sucks

"So that's where that's how rock and roll music. That's where it comes from. And that's why. Johnny cash get called the country artists. This is a history. I think of him really more in the vein of like rock and roll which then went on to be like marilyn manson. He paved the way for like the edge lord goofy thing. I can't really write great songs. And i'm not a great musician and i can't really do what i'm doing really well but i can get your attention. Yeah but you know so by the time and comes out and he's got to do crazy shit like i'm gonna cut myself and pull my dick out on peon stage or some bullshit but back in the day. When johnny cash was around all he literally had to dress in black. Yes take some pills and flip the camera off pretty low bar but he really embraced that. Look how edgy. I am and look at the girl screaming for me. You know and it really just kind of made up for his lack of obvious lack of talent. But yeah i mean that's a good song writing. I don't know when you put out one hundred albums. I feel like if you and i were to sit down and write all hundred albums worth of music. There's going to be five songs in there. That are paying. Someone's gonna come along. This is actually great in completely ignored. Ninety five percent our catalog but maybe they'll shoot us so the top of the charts and make movies about us. It's the monkeys in with a typewriter coming up with shakespeare's situation. Absolutely i mean if you throw enough spaghetti at the wall sooner or later you're going to invent the country italy. this is that level. Is that volume of spaghetti. But what you're seeing a lot of fucking. It's a lot of pasta. The thing that you were saying about marilyn manson true. Why do you think it was so easy. For rick rubin to ret con this guy as some kind of pre goff person mean he literally my one of my favorite things. I don't remember. did we talk about this..

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"johnny cash" Discussed on Your Favorite Band Sucks

Your Favorite Band Sucks

05:55 min | 1 year ago

"johnny cash" Discussed on Your Favorite Band Sucks

"Yeah the reactions to this one ought to be calm and rational right down the line. Don't you think i fully expect. Most everyone will just agree with us here and not leave us any comments. This will be one of those episodes where everyone just agrees with us. Easy breezy actually. I just want you to know that. The first thing written in my notes for johnny cash's says i'm just here for moral support Yeah i a did not have to do a second over research for this episode. And be i could do this whole thing without looking at my notes. I have lived this one. Yeah i actually thought about just sitting here in dead silence the whole time letting you just carry the whole thing. You're going down with just twenty minutes of tyler talking. That's what i thought about doing. I wouldn't do that to you. I'm not doing that to you. I'm here for you man. I'm going to do this together. Thank you for support. So how many times in your life have you heard. Someone say i don't listen to country. Music accepts johnny cash. Be an honest. i probably have said that it's a boy life. Honestly i know for a fact. I at least ten people because most people i know. Don't listen to country music. But then the johnny cash movie comes out and then everyone listens johnny cash so that would be the most common answer i have ever heard in regards to country music right. So the only reason people say that is because they don't like country music or oath. The sentence would not start with. I don't listen to country music. They wouldn't feel the need to point that out so the port where they say. Accept johnny cash. That part doesn't mean that these people like one country artists. It means they don't like country music. Because johnny cash did not make country music for one thing country. Music is good and one of the things that makes country music. Good is your favorite band. Can't fuck in play it because it requires skill and talent not just wearing a certain color of clothing and projecting a certain attitude that plays into pop culture trends of anti hero rebels. Like james dean and the stupidest fucking thing about all these tough guy outlaw country fans saying modern country music is shitty because it doesn't sound like the real country music johnny cash used to make is johnny cash did not make country music and country. Music never sounded like johnny cash. Johnny cash's band could not play country music if you held guns on them. The reason johnny cash's music sounds the way it sounds is because of how bad they are. The producer told them to play fewer notes so they have fewer opportunities to fuck up the note that they were playing ticketing. Ding ticketing ticketing ticketing. Riff.

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Wait, the Cocaine-Bear Movie Is Actually Called Cocaine Bear?

The KFBK Morning News

01:09 min | 1 year ago

Wait, the Cocaine-Bear Movie Is Actually Called Cocaine Bear?

"Is Johnny Cash, of course, and his song Cocaine blues in 1985 1 Bear had the cocaine blues and now it's gonna be a movie about it. Don't sound so bizarre. Elizabeth Banks is directing a movie called Cocaine Bear and then new film produced by Phil Lord and Chris Miller is based on a true story of a Kentucky bear who died of a cocaine overdose in 1985 like a bear a real big a real bear. So what happens happened with the You know, the people who are carrying the drugs were in a plane. They dumped it, They don't the cocaine out of the plane. Then the guy tried to hop out of the PLO plant. Brother with a parachute tried to hop out, hit his head on the plane. So he died because he couldn't open his parachute. Meanwhile, this bear gets ahold of it eats the cocaine dies. They find the bear. They're trying to ferret. Why died, They figured it out. And they named him Pablo Escobar, and now he's on display. He's on display. So anyway, there's the whole movie for you. Yeah, that's a fascinating story. I'm not sure that's a 90 or 120 minute movie. We're gonna do it. I guess they're gonna be Oh, blow. Esca Bear. Look it.

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interview With Reconciliation Activist J. Christopher Collins

Midlife Mixtape

06:09 min | 1 year ago

interview With Reconciliation Activist J. Christopher Collins

"Welcome to the midlife. Mix tape podcast. Jay christopher collins. I'm so pleased to have you here today. High nancy. thanks so much for having me well. Listeners will know that. I have taken a bit of a pause in doing the show at lost my mom in december If anybody has gone through a loss like that you know that it takes a little while for you to feel like yourself again. I'm not quite back yet. But i was kind of trusting that the universe would put a guest in front of me. That would make me wanna put the headphones back on and have another conversation. So when i read about your book chris as like. That's it that's that is the energy. I wanna start twenty twenty one with on. I'm excited to talk about your book. Mending are union healing communities through courageous conversations. Because that it's top of mind right now. But i chris the question we always ask on this show. What was your first concert in. What were the circumstances. My first concert was willie nelson willy nelson at stubb's barbecue in austin texas from austin right. Yeah i went to. I'm i'm from. Texas went to college. In austin and stubb's barbecue is on Is in downtown. And it's a great music. Venue added a young age introduced me to old country like willie nelson ernest. Tubb johnny cash. I definitely grew up with that old steel guitar country sound and while i was in college at saint edwards university in austin Willie plays in austin all the time. I called my dad and said hey well he's playing what you come down and logos. Am and he said okay came down. We went to the concert. Together was the first time i had been around my any of my parents with the smell of marijuana in the air that go it was it was good. It was fine another step into adulthood. I think that's right willies. Great i love one of the things i love about him is that he. It's obviously a family employment situation. He's got all his family members up playing with him. And i think it's so sweet like i think that might be a big part of the reason he makes music. There is a strong sense of joy. You can see in his eyes and his face when he's when he's up there he's he's one of the great legends of our time and Everyone in texas loves willy. And somehow he's been able to be this progressive voice a very conservative state supporting dennis kucinich bernie sanders for president yet Everyone across the political spectrum loves him and he somehow figured out something. I think we need to tap into something we can. we can learn from. We're gonna talk more about the way that people can bridge the gap that way but you do your work under the affiliation of glide memorial church which is a nationally recognized center for social justice in its dedicated to fighting systemic injustices creating pass way out of poverty in crisis and transforming lives what i love about glide though is it's the only church i know that it has conducted a youtube arrest which is based on the music of you to have you ever gone to that service. No that was before my time. But i know that That bano is a big fan of glide and cease a williamson generic. Tiny the founders. And i hear people reflect on those days but Unfortunately i was before i came around to glide well when concerts start again when band start. Touring again If you to comes to town. I'm guessing they'll come by glide and do another youtube grist so your book came out in january. It's called many are union healing communities through courageous conversations. And it's based on the work that you've done through a program called different together as mentioned as part of a part of the programming glide memorial church. So let's just start by hearing about different together. What is it and why did you decide to start. It will take you back to the days following the two thousand sixteen presidential election. Must you must start. That way is better than the two thousand twenty election go ahead. Donald trump had just been elected and I was shocked by the outcome and Also really realizing that. I was out of touch with tens of millions of people with americans who who voted for him despite all of the red flags that came up during his campaign and in those days following the election. I wanted to do something. I knew i needed to do something but i didn't know what that was and I was standing on the street and san francisco one afternoon and An older white woman approached me and said kind of under her breath. I do not say anything in this town. But i'm glad that he won. And i've resisted the temptation to be dismissive But i chose to go into this conversation. I said we'll why is that. And she said that the the election wasn't about race race issue isn't as bad as it was in the nineteen sixties and. I said well you know. It's not really up to us as white people to decide whether it's better or worse we need to listen to the people who experience it and see what they have to say and the conversation went back and forth for just a few moments and we parted ways and we wished each other well and it was really a pleasant conversation considering the topic but i walked away realizing that there is power in these connections and that there is power in disagreement in sharing different perspectives and challenging each other and i felt relieved that i was able to communicate with someone that i strongly disagreed with and wanted to do more of this so from that. Interaction was born the different together project at glide and we've been meeting regularly with conservatives both in the bay area and across the country since the beginning of twenty seventeen and it has transformed me the way that i view this topic the way i view other people as well as the people who who participate regularly in it

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"johnny cash" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

01:56 min | 1 year ago

"johnny cash" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Paisley to talk about some early music memories, My earliest musical memories Buck Owens on the turntable as my grandfather played like a record. Of Tiger by the tail and I would run around in circles and, uh, it was. It was like they would just put it on just to see their kids get dizzy and fall down and then hey, raised me on this diet of music like that Johnny Cash thing and then gave me a guitar. When I started to learn it was the first time You play something, It's actually that sounds like it on a sound. It's for a while It's twinkle, Twinkle Little star with one string And it's embarrassing and you know, and nobody's impressed. And then all of a sudden something clicks you start playing a couple of chords, and then they're like, Hey, this kid's playing the guitar having playing Church choir, and I play there And then the next thing you know, people are clapping after you do it. You're when you're nine years old and you bring a room to applause. It's like this is pretty good way to go. Way to go right here. Keep listening to I heart radio for more Brad Paisley and all your favorite artists. Local news breaking news Traffic weather depth perspective on news 93.1 KFBK Well, it's it does sort. I heard some of the other day. I gotta steal what they said. They said it Z The last four years have been where we have been inhaling. Firehose of politics. Then, um, what the person was obviously not a trump fan was listening. I'm.

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"johnny cash" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

01:33 min | 1 year ago

"johnny cash" Discussed on 600 WREC

"And follow this podcast for free on the I heart radio app number one for music, radio and podcasts. All in one I heart radio goes one on one with Brad Paisley to talk about some early music memories, my earliest musical memories Buck Owens on the turntable. As my grandfather played like a record of tiger by the tail around in circles, and it was it was like they would just put it on just to see their kids get dizzy and fall down. And then he raised me on this diet of music like that Johnny Cash and then gave me a guitar. When I started to learn. It was the first time that you play something that's actually that sounds like it all sounds for awhile. It's twinkle, Twinkle Little star with one string And it's embarrassing and you know, and nobody's impressed. Then all of a sudden something clicks to start planning records and then they're like, Hey, this kid's playing the guitar having playing Church choir, and I play there and the next thing you know, people are clapping after you do it. You know when you're nine years old, and you bring a room to applause, it's like This is a pretty good way to go. Way to go right here. Keep listening to I heart radio for more Brad Paisley and all your favorite artists. New York So they're posse down like I never seen. So don't think about love..

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Billy Joe Shaver, Seminal Outlaw-Country Songwriter, Dead at 81

Doug Stephan

02:25 min | 1 year ago

Billy Joe Shaver, Seminal Outlaw-Country Songwriter, Dead at 81

"Well, Here's an interesting story. One interesting fellow that many this may not know about. You know his music Billy Joe Shaver. Seminal outlaw country songwriter passed away at the age of 81. He had no unspecified illness was in Waco, Texas. He's a Texas native. In fact, he burst onto the scene in 1973, a debut album entitled Old Five and Dime. Er's Like Me. I was known for contributing the Outlaw country movement. Who's friends with Willie once our shaver, as you said he called him the greatest living songwriter. His songs recorded by the likes of Johnny Cash. Elvis, Kris Kristofferson, Jerry Lee Lewis. His rep said his hardscrabble songs reflected his tough life dropped out of high school hitchhiked, drove trucks across the country, married and divorced. The same woman three times for him can't be too sure, and the 2007 shot a man in the face outside a bar in Texas. It was acquitted of the charges, claiming self defense had a heart attack on stage Andrada memoir about it 2005 and Title honky tonk hero. When he was young. He lost the top three fingers in a sawmill accident. His son, Eddie, died of a heroin overdose in 2000. He was inducted into the Texas Country Music Hall of Fame Year was 2006. For that was also a member of the National Songwriters Hall of Fame that that honor in 2002 Americana Music Association gave him a lifetime achievement award for song writing most recently last year, the Academy of Country Music gave him the Poets Award. So they both may wise Williams shaver together hard to be an outlaw crack shovel. It'll go right. And it's hard to be the only thing. This was part of it. I think this was in one of those TV shows that Kenny Rogers did those that called a gambler. And I think this song is willing. Elsa was in a couple of those with willing with Kristofferson was in One or two of them in that bunch. That song was in that

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Trailblazer Charley Pride to get lifetime achievement award

Donna and Steve

00:48 sec | 1 year ago

Trailblazer Charley Pride to get lifetime achievement award

"See. Oh, Charley Pride has been named. The CMAs 2020 willing Nelson Lifetime Achievement Award winner. He's going to receive his award on November 11th at 8 P.m. R. I'm sorry, 7 P.m. our time that airs on ABC, and this is for just for artists who have reached the highest levels in country music is performers in humanitarians. Some other people who have achieved the award. Kenny Rogers, Johnny Cash, Dolly Parton and Kris Kristofferson, who we know how old Charley pride is, so it doesn't say here, he earned the entertainer of the Year award in 1971. He's out there, and he's probably the first African American artist. You know to, you know, reach some milestones in genre of country music there. Absolutely

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"johnny cash" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

07:36 min | 1 year ago

"johnny cash" Discussed on 600 WREC

"One on one with Brad Paisley to talk about some early music memories, My earliest musical memories Buck Owens on the turntable as my grandfather played like a record. Of Tiger by the tail and a round circles and it was it was like they would just put it on just to see their kids get dizzy and fall down. And then he raised me on this diet of Music like that Johnny Cash thing and then gave me a guitar. When I started to learn. It was the first time that you play something that's actually that sounds like it all sounds for awhile. It's twinkle, Twinkle Little star with one string And it's embarrassing and you know, and nobody's impressed. And then all of a sudden something clicks you start planning records, and then they're like, Hey, this kid's playing the guitar having playing Church choir, and I play there and the next thing you know, people are clapping after you do it. You know when you're nine years old, and you bring a room to applause, it's like This is a pretty good way to go. Way to go right here. Keep listening to I heart radio for more Brad Paisley and all your favorite artists. Hard radio goes one on one with Mike from R E m sharing how they felt being inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. It's weird to think about because it felt really odd to be going in. There is a band that was still functional, inactive. It was like taking one night off to do a little retrospective, which is not something we think about really ever for one night, and it was, I think it was this much for friends and family as it was for us. It was really, really nice to include all the people that have No either raised us or helped us along all these years, and you don't have a good time doing and then the very next day, you know, we don't think about the next record. Keep listeningto I heart radio for Mohr of R E. M and all your favorite artists. Talking today. Reuben. He is the author of Don't Burn this book. Thinking for yourself in an age of unreason. If I want to explore your evolution, your growth, your development, whatever term you use for it, you noted earlier. That you were left wing as What was that to use that overused phrase? What was that? Ah ha moment. What was that turning point that you started questioning so that you could begin a journey in a different direction. Yeah. You know, there are three specific examples that I that I go into the book where I had sort of wake up moment, but I'll give you a broad one that I think was sort of the underpinning of these three specific moment. And and that was that when I was on the young Turks, which, as I said, before, it's pretty far left progression Network. Um everyone that we disagreed with. Was called a racist and a bigot and a homophobe. And you know some version not see. I mean, just some of the worst stuff you could possibly call people and after a time, you know it's that kind of sound good. I think it's why so many young people are attracted to these ideas. If everyone that you're disagreeing with the worst thing ever well, then you're sort of by default. The best thing ever. You're helping oppressed people and those of the oppressors and their evil and you're good at that sort of sexy, and if you don't really think about it, it's a very A simple way of look of understanding the world. Of course, it's not true. And what I started realizing was it didn't make sense. So if you look at it as sort of a math equation, you know to put two equals four. Except it wasn't possible to me that we could be so not only morally right, but so obviously correct about everything and that the rest of these people were such sort of idiots and morons and and bad people. In essence, you know, calling someone a bigot and a racist. You're saying that they're a They're a bad person. And the more that I was around that feeling where were right, They're wrong. It started breaking down and then in the book, I lay out these three Ah ha moment that I had. One was when I had conservative talk show host Larry Elder on my show, and he really schooled me about systemic racism. Another one was when I had David Webb, who's a conservative, black man, serious time radio host on on and on and we got into it a little bit, And also there was a moment I was on the young Turks and they were showing the video about David Webb and they were calling him an uncle Tom and some of the some of the worst things you could. You could call Ah, black person. And what they didn't know is that I was friends with him from my old days of serious examine that this is an honest good. Man, and when I saw the way that they were treating him just because he didn't think the way they wanted him to think as a black man a go, man, you guys are actually the races. You call everyone else races. But you're the races and then the third one, and this is the one that's really Broke the camel's back. The straw that broke the camel's back was in January of I believe it was about 2017 was the Charlie Hebdo's terrorist attack in France when Islamist jihadist You broke into the Charlie have no offices, which was a popular French magazine, a satire magazine, and they murdered cartoonists over images of Mohammed and what I saw on the left with people basically saying, Oh, don't poke the bear. Don't offend these people. And there was almost no sympathy to the actual victims. And I thought, Wow, this is this is actually the soft bigotry of low expectations. Do you think that a certain group of people if you offend them that they have a right to kill you? On DATs a deeply dangerous ideas. So those those are the three that I lay out in the book. So what do you say to that person out there? That young person out there? That is where you were. And is saying alright, I'm beginning to question some things, but I don't want to think the way my parents do. Don't want to be at odds with all my friends that I hang out with or work with. I don't wanna have to question every idea I've had for all of this this time. That's discomfort. There is comfort in consistency and continuity. So what do you say? We Adam person? Why does it matter? It matters because I think it is your job in life to figure out what you think and and think about your life seriously, so that then you can have the life that school of purpose and full of meaning, and hopefully full of finding humor in love and And all of the things that that make a life. Great if you if you don't think about these things, it will be very easy for you to be swayed by by bad ideas. And I think that's partly why I broke is, um, you know, this new left is on this idea of Identity politics. I think that's why, in effect, it has become so trending because you don't really have to think about it. It sort of. You know, if you're this color you deserve this. And if you're this color you deserve this, and that's a very simple way of looking at the world. It's a very immature way of looking at the world, but it's an all encompassing way. Of looking at the world and I know that anyone listening to this Radio show does not want To be judged solely by their skin color solely by their gender solely by their sexuality. And yet we've created a political Or a cultural set of ideas that that basically tell you, that's it, and I want to be judged by any of those things, Michael. I'm sure you don't want to be judged by any of things. You want to be judged by the content of your character as that that old school Martin Luther King Jr once said. You've got a couple of points here about the book that I have not yet read. But reading those one of the things you talk about is checking your fax. Not your privilege. Can you speak to that? Yeah, well, this is one of the big ones because you know, we're.

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"johnny cash" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

12:25 min | 2 years ago

"johnny cash" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"DPO Orlando's news and talk with Johnny Cash we're telling Steve was supposed to present and he's like we just played some Johnny Cash what I just breathed a second ago I should have to take another breath always such a great song so simple welcome back to the show the last dot com one of the headlines actually there sat there it seems like every week there's a headline similar to this that it's a done deal then with the pandemic it gets into how prison systems are trying to organize and also maintain sanitary conditions for those who work in the prison system and I have a cousin who works in the prison system back in my home state of Missouri and trying to keep them safe and also trying to keep the virus from spreading between inmates and there was the story the other day with video that discussed inmates they were in a public area and they were well it was a water bottle and they were all touching the water bottle and they were trying to actually get corona virus so that they could get I use this in air quotes released because usually that means they take you and they keep it to their house arrest or you know you're under your your basically locked down in a hotel but there's been a lot of discussion about the popular the prison population and the pandemic and how is the best way to deal with that and I hear it from all of the listeners out there because a you don't y'all sent me these emails and these links to these different stories and it makes you nervous in fact what is it and and they were saying in New York state firearms purchases have increased and when they were talking to some of the individuals as to why they were saying well we're kind of a little bit worried about crime and everything else and these headlines don't do a lot to make people feel comfortable that it with the idea that crime isn't going to increase that this happens because there have been some of these headlines where offenders are released and again there's a cabbie out with that but then they do somehow find a way to re offend and then they're back in in the present I have a a just a quick headline here this was back in April from your posts dozens of inmates are back in jail they were at their now they were actually released they had a they had fifteen hundred inmates who were as the New York Post describes it cut loose amid fears of the spread of this pandemic behind bars but over just over three percent of those released including a writer's island inmate who was jailed for setting his girlfriend's dorm fire took your mother he was released only to return to that apartment where he committed the crime and any threat to kill the whole family so there are these instances like this so what is the best how do we approach this what is the best way to deal with us and that's where my next guest comes and so a mutual contact Mars ari Fleischer was was telling me this back channel the justice action network they're trying to help Congress figure out the best way to address this whole situation because it's it's not something that's easy and joining me right now is is Holly Harris who is with the the justice action network and has been working on this for quite sometime she's a president and executive director she joins us by phone Holly thanks so much for joining me pleasure to have you what this is I I'm so glad that I did my job and my task in life is to and not determine the best way forward with this talk to me about your involvement in this in some of your thoughts on the nervousness I think of the public and and the best way to kind of handle the situation yeah and and I really appreciate you having me on because there are a lot of misconceptions about best practices and what we should do about you know what the con the most significant hike watch for the spread of Kobe nineteen in the country not jailed imprisons more significant medical shipped more significant than a nursing home and I really appreciate what you had to say you know about having a family member at correctional officer because yeah those are the individuals you know who are on the front lines of the pandemic left to go in and out of jail to prison you know every single day and it's I mean they are literally risking their lives for our public safety benefit five I really appreciate you bringing that up let you know all those back to back in nineteen ninety four then president Bill Clinton signed into law the notorious crime bill yeah and that was the silt that not only did it help explode the federal prison population but instead of by state you know to click on the book a lot of you know a lot that we now know way too far we started backing people in jails and prisons like sardines well the matter of time before that was gonna come back to haunt it and now you know we're trying desperately you know in it and I think we I'm actually talking about law enforcement judges prosecutors you're all working together right now you know to reduce the incarcerated population balance hello if you while dealing with the day job of managing public safety and so there are a lot of jurisdiction but about it correctly that is focused on low level nonviolent offenders not better in addiction treatment or mental health treatment and in there also prioritizing individuals were most susceptible to the virus and likely to recommit crimes so elderly people over the age existing conditions harassment when they're on their group they're doing it correctly in a room like New York for example who I haven't had a coherent responsible plan safely reduce the incarcerated population while also maintaining public right and that's the big thing because every state runs their system differently and even down to I think some of the protocols I know my family member works in that it was that would be post on Facebook just like the the things that they have to go through that wet weather to the face masks and gloves and then it when they're when they're moving prisoners just that all of the different procedures now that they have to do in and get it all going along with that but if you make a good point to with New York there the way that the it seems like they've just decided to kind of well let's just take the people out and let's not really have any rhyme or reason to it because most of the stories where these individuals have gone to re offend sadly is in the state of New York but I don't really care about what happened I don't hear about that happening with other states because I think maybe they're smarter as you were mentioning eluding to their sterile smarter and how they're making these decisions sure if they're in it again the process you know what we and we're a bipartisan organization that works with groups you know like Americans for tax reform she even freedom coalition you know along with you know some of your more progressive civil rights groups and they all agreed that you know first start is with the folks that are least likely to re commit crime again elderly inmates convicted of low level nonviolent offenses they're also very susceptible to the virus when we talk about relief very often what we're talking about its home confinement that's really technically not least they're still rampant conditions that these individuals have to follow them and they're still closely monitored but you know when you do it haphazardly you're going to be negative public thank you consequences actually about that a lot of it in my opinion governor Cuomo has been one of the worst in terms of being able to respond you know to nineteen crisis you know actively in his job at the time in York yeah yeah and it has been not just theirs of so many areas the nursing home situation that obviously with prisons as well I I am all I I strongly believe in and and criminal justice reform and we talked about that on the show before and the idea also that you have way too many things classified as felonies and there's a lot to be done and that and also to to reduce the population the prison population how I I mean what is there any input that that people can provide as it took to play a part in this war to reach their lawmakers because you know I I I understand the public's concerns and I understand also from the correctional side of it there they have concerns too I can't even imagine if you start having a a huge population with the correctional within the correctional system where the staff starts getting sick that is kind of terrifying to me so what what what is the best way going forward on this and what do you hope that Congress does do you know points I just like to point out your what does happen from prosecutor Rockne entered incorrectly thank you very conservative art of Kentucky where teachers where I'm from where I live and and you know he and I disagree a lot on criminal justice reform policy like that that you're very lock them up and throw away the key but he acted very early and very sweat fully working with his judge and public defender he reduced the incarcerated population at the Camden County detention center by about fifty five percent stamping in exactly the manner that you and I were just talking about and and what he hasn't he's not seen a spike in crime you know although we do have a stay at home order yours don't you know it remains to be seen how things change you know when when a Kentucky opened back up you know and in a in a real robust way but what he had seen that we're all really concerned about is the addiction issues mental health issues are really at an all time high for a lot of individuals you know who are coming out of that jail and so you know that's something we ought to be really deeply concerned about in this country and not just about you know for people who are incarcerated I think across the board because people have been confined in their homes for so long we're not used to not working and not being outside and not communicating with other people and a lot of these issues are really going to be exacerbated yeah I mean he's done it the right way he hadn't seen a spike in crime but we are concerned about not having the resources into you haven't been working there's no tax base and when there's no tax base I mean look law enforcement is really struggling burning the candle at both ends a lot of their colleagues are you know falling you know left and right either illness or quarantining and you know you mentioned the issues the correctional officers what we gonna do with these people can you provide that jailed imprisoned and so he's done it correctly but there are areas that we are concerned about and then I will believe should be okay you know it should be right on the issues that were exacerbated by a lot of the state home orders you know that we have no control over and but at the federal level box where federal aid will be folks okay one more thing we love to see at the federal level and you know that small business administration with a paycheck protection program excluded individuals from that program who have criminal records that's a great point something like that up has a criminal record and right now I can hear the beautiful town of hammering and drilling all over my neighborhood you live in a construction start again you know around my neighborhood I'm telling yet the vast majority of these businesses are owned by people who turn their lives around and we're able to embrace the American dream it started small business employ people pay taxes you know and take care of their family and we're cannibalizing the people for doing exactly what we asked of them so we're very hopeful that we'll be able to turn that around at the federal level I love that point that you made and I I wholeheartedly believe that and we're talking with Holly Harris who's with the Justin justice action network and just a quick note for for our listeners out there too because I hear from people who say well and I've even said it before too I always have a cabbie out attached like violent criminals you know obviously but you know I love the majority my audience being Christian conservatives and independents libertarians out there I hope especially that those faith based folks who might present themselves as being very very draconian remember scripture on prisoners I would hope that they would remember Hebrews that would help they would remember Matthew twenty five thirty five and maybe kind of allow that to guide and don't deny redemption so that's I don't have to throw that in there as well because I think that needs to be the guidance and I love that point that you just made Holly Harris with the justice action network a pleasure to have you appreciate what you do thanks so much day nine and thank god for connecting I will say yes he is thanks so much I'll get to talk with you thank you bye bye and that's it and that's the big thing I think to to to to remember because you know I'm not and when when people pay their when they do their time they do then so many they'll admit yes I did it and I messed up you got to give people a chance for redemption and do.

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"johnny cash" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

02:51 min | 2 years ago

"johnny cash" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"Adams to discuss the metamorphosis of a song as years pass I mean the the interesting thing about the song and the metamorphosis of the song as a unit you do spend on now this is the C. spent two months making a record and and you put out a song it becomes permanent in people's minds you know it is like if you're going to Dylan play and you get this the sons are gonna play have done and are gonna be you know blown in the wind and hail and those versions the cut ninety sixty five meanwhile the guys had years of playing the same song and it's it's become a different thing for him you know and and and he's he's learned how to to rearrange and and and play it and put in a place where he's more comfortable or its metamorphosis ice itself naturally into being something different and that's what happened with with the with the songs to keep listening to I heart radio for more Bryan Adams and all your favorite artists I heart radio goes one on one with Brad Paisley to talk about some early music memories my earliest musical memories but going on the turntable as my grandfather played like a record of tiger by the tail around circles and was it was like they would just put it on just to see their kids get dizzy and fall down and then he raised me on this diet of music like Johnny Cash something and then gave me a guitar when I started to learn it was the first time that you play something actually it sounds like it awesome for a while it's twinkle twinkle little star one spring and it's embarrassing yeah and nobody's impressed and then all of a sudden some clicks to start playing a couple chords and then they're like Hey this kid's playing the guitar having played in church choir and I play there and then the next thing you know people are clapping after you do it near you know when you're nine years old and you bring a room to applause it's like this is a pretty good way to way to go right here keep listening to I heart radio for more Brad Paisley and all your favorite artists the water is just for us just tell your smart device to play news radio twelve hundred W. O. A. I'd on I heart radio it's that time I don't know how many of you saw it but you probably saw reference to it even if you didn't see it in two thousand fifteen Will Smith was in a movie called concussion M..

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Prince guitar, McCartney Beatles lyrics come up for auction

Steve Cochran

00:39 sec | 2 years ago

Prince guitar, McCartney Beatles lyrics come up for auction

"A good tire from princes prime and some legendary Beatles lyrics sketched out among the items going up for auction at a major music artifacts sale Julien's auctions announced that the June auction will include in nineteen eighty four blue cloud guitar custom made for prince a page of Paul McCartney's hand written lyrics featuring cross outs revisions in earlier drafts of the lines for the Beatles song Maxwell's silver hammer will also be up the auction also will have memorabilia from Madonna Michael Jackson Whitney Houston Johnny Cash Jim Morrison the rolling stones queen and David

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Prince guitar, McCartney Beatles lyrics come up for auction

AP News Radio

00:39 sec | 2 years ago

Prince guitar, McCartney Beatles lyrics come up for auction

"Prince's guitar and Paul McCartney's hand written lyrics are among the items for sale at a memorabilia auction next month outside Los Angeles I marquees are loaded with the latest Julien's auctions will sell the nineteen eighty four blue cloud guitar with prince's love symbol on it and then options after June nineteenth and twentieth it's estimated to sell for between one hundred thousand and two hundred thousand dollars Paul McCartney's handwritten draft for the song Maxwell's silver hammer is estimated to sell for between two hundred thousand and three hundred thousand dollars other items for auction include Jim Morrison's journal from Paris Johnny cash's tour piano and Michael Jackson's black loafers which he autographed on the soles

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Singer, actor, 'The Gambler': Kenny Rogers dies at 81

AP News Radio

00:39 sec | 2 years ago

Singer, actor, 'The Gambler': Kenny Rogers dies at 81

"You got any Rogers died at home in Georgia natural causes according to his representative the performer with the husky voice and silver beard sold tens of millions of records won three Grammys was the star of TV movies based on the gambler in twenty fifteen he told the AP about his crossover music I could never be better than Johnny Cash or will your wailing that what they did so I found something that I could do that didn't invite comparisons to them and I think people thought it was my desire to change them for music but that was never my issue I'm Judy Walker to keep

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What Else Did Shel Silverstein Write?

BrainStuff

04:15 min | 2 years ago

What Else Did Shel Silverstein Write?

"Decades ago in the evenings around closing time a man with a very bald head and a very dark beard used to come sloping into the mysterious bookshop in New York City. His shoulders hunched is the warding off a perpetual cold wind. The proprietor auto pens ler had come to expect these visits indeed. He looked forward to them. He would close up the shop and guide the man back to his. Inner Sanctum. A book lined study with floor-to-ceiling shelves there the bearded man would deliver a Sheaf of papers containing a new freshly penned mystery story to be added to the theology. That Pencil publishing the writer refused to take any money for his efforts. Even though pens lawyer was paying well. He craved compensation. His eyes gleamed as pennsly- slid his payment across the desk between them. It was a stack of used books containing dozens of stories written in the mystery genre later that night he would devour them one by one but first pens lawyer and the bearded man would talk and talk. They talked about books about life. Auto pens layer was just recovering from a devastating break-up and so they spoke about battling in a recent phone interview for this article. Pennsly- remembered that at a certain juncture. His guests said something so piercingly insightful and eloquent about the break up that it took his breath away Henseler said I wish I could remember what he said but I failed to write it down what I do remember. Is that when I expressed my amazement at his facility with words he just shrugged and said I guess that's why they call me a poet. He could've added among many other things because our bald and bearded man was Shel Silverstein a true renaissance man. Of course many of us know him as the author and illustrator of the giving tree a light in the attic and where the sidewalk ends among many of the other wildly successful books that he wrote Andrew for children. That's only the tip of the proverbial Iceberg Silverstein also drew cartoons and wrote plays for adults and penned numerous songs especially country songs. In fact he won. Two grammys for song. Writing one of them for the Johnny Cash. Hit A boy named Sue Sheldon Allen. Shel Silverstein was born into a Jewish family in Chicago in nineteen thirty his father and a bakery which only began to thrive in the wake of the Great Depression. After high school. Shell spent some time studying at the Art Institute of Chicago and later Roosevelt University but was drafted into the US army serving in Korea and Japan. Silverstein began working for the military periodical. Stars and Stripes and it was there that he began regularly publishing his idiosyncratic cartoons after his military service Silverstein got a job as a cartoonist. For the fledgling magazine. Playboy for his playboy gig. He traveled the world sending cartoon dispatches from Bahrein wide in nineteen sixty three Silverstein. Met Book Editor Ursula Nordstrom. Who prodded him into writing books for Children? And that same year he wrote the giving tree a book about the nature of Altruism and selfishness there would become his most famous and popular work his sense of the absurd and the whimsical cartoon line drawings that illustrated this and all of his books would become his hallmarks in deceptively simple language. His exploration of the innocence and imagination of childhood made him one of the most celebrated and widely read authors for generations of children and adults like Auto Penn's lair recall Silverstein telling him that he spent a year living at the playboy mansion as a guest of Hugh Hefner. It was there that he met Susan Hastings with whom he had daughter named Shoshana in nineteen seventy tragically. Susan died in nineteen seventy five and two. Shana passed away. Unexpectedly after cerebral aneurysm. In one thousand nine hundred two by many accounts her death utterly devastated Silverstein in Nineteen eighty-four. He had a son named Matthew with Sarah Spencer. According to Pens Ler Silverstein was a deeply eccentric. Man Pennzoil told us for instance. It wasn't unusual for him to be having dinner in a restaurant with a group of friends and then suddenly announced that he was done. Get up take a taxi to the airport and flight of Chicago or Los Angeles or Florida or wherever he felt like going on the spur of the moment shel. Silverstein died of a heart attack in nineteen ninety nine at the age of just sixty eight but in story song and image. He left behind a remarkably prolific artistic record.

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Joker dominates this year’s Oscar nominations

iHeartRadio Podcast Premiere

01:41 min | 2 years ago

Joker dominates this year’s Oscar nominations

"We're talking a Washington post film critic and horn today about the twenty twenty Oscar nominations let me ask you this going back to the joker for a second how does Joaquin Phoenix's portrayal of the joker compared to heap ledgers who won an academy award for different category but he did win an Oscar for his portrayal of the joke really good question I think it's almost you know if if not we're now at a point where these comic book franchises and these comic book art properties are almost like our Shakespeare where you can have different actors interpreting Richard the third and say he's a great Richard the third yeah or I love his Richard the third and it takes nothing away from the other guys you know a livia is Richard the third and or you know versus gilded Richard the third and I I think that's almost where we're at with these interpretations which is fascinating to me so yeah I think they're kind of their their distinctive that to that movies are very different although they're both very very dark and I do think that there is a danger or a kind of a habit with these movies to think that dark is better and dark is more sophisticated their darkest deeper and I don't think that's true but but there is no doubt that this Joaquin Phoenix performance is it's almost frightening how far he goes to inhabit this this persona and there is no doubt that the hundred percent commitment on his part and and it's really admirable I mean it it's almost more akin to the Johnny Cash performance manager just thoroughly inhabiting a character and and just just putting yourself into it a

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Timothee Chalamet to Play Bob Dylan in Film Directed by James Mangold

Donna and Steve

00:37 sec | 2 years ago

Timothee Chalamet to Play Bob Dylan in Film Directed by James Mangold

"Timothy shell Amazin talks to portray Bob Dylan in a forthcoming film directed by James Mangold fox searchlight confirms in reports the biopic reportedly titled going electric will chronicle Dylan's rice from Greenwich Village folk singer to rockstar particularly particularly focusing on his controversial embrace of the electric guitar in nineteen sixty five Mandel directed two thousand five to walk the line about Johnny Cash was login for versus Ferrari and more accord reports Dylan is working actively with man golden searchlight pictures on the film which has no release date as

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Kanye West performed for inmates at a Houston jail

Bloomberg Law

00:19 sec | 2 years ago

Kanye West performed for inmates at a Houston jail

"Kanye west is followed the Johnny Cash route reform for inmates in the Houston jail the rapper turned gospel singer perform songs from his new gospel album Jesus is king in this choir performed well two hundred male inmates at one facility before crossing the street to another more proud of female

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"johnny cash" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

03:44 min | 3 years ago

"johnny cash" Discussed on KTOK

"Pure Johnny Cash redefined in the something more than just another hard living country artists in reignited his career exactly as he talked. a couple months after the full some performance Johnny proposed June on stage in from a seven thousand people at the London ice house in London Ontario June said yes finally after multiple previous proposals from Johnny and the two were married in a fever on March first nineteen sixty. things finally leveled out for Johnny Cash in the nineteen seventies not that it wasn't without its ups and downs both professionally and personally but compared to the nineteen sixties seventies was a decade rolled common ballots. Johnny and June despite being creatures of the road anchored themselves into domestic bliss. not out on the road they split their time between their home in Hendersonville Tennessee and their sentiment hell home in Jamaica in old sugar plantation property built in seventeen forty seven tango bag. and it was where they sat listening to their housekeeper say grace on an idyllic Christmas day nineteen eighty one along with their eleven year old son John Carter cash the boy's friend Doug Caldwell Johnny sister Reba and her husband shock. beating the peaceful holiday home was a first more surprising than Frank. a loud and out of place claim from the front entryway and the guests search engine the spaces for answers across. toward the gas receded and sent their heart rates from pulse to. finally showed. the cash colonel. there was now in desperate commands careening off the interior walls of the home in the familiar Jamaican patois. nobody move where is the jewels give us the cash. three armed robbers locals menacing hungry after with them all one with a gun another with a knife the tall one twitching junkie gays he held the hash in his hand. the one with the pistol grabbed eleven year old called long thrust the barrel into his time. some of the gas gas on the rise the smell of your arms now. Johnny played it cool. what do you want calmly as he sounds. everything the boy dies the band. Johnny said nothing sat there is chair expressionless knew these boys really desperate. you can see in their eyes addictive. it also seems self from a few years earlier and recognize the word not for a few faithful turns in the road to his reality could easily have been more like junkies Sam. we knew what to do. given what they want with that in with four times in the down a guard who is human nature when the opportunity presented itself. grab a share in sweet heart grill the palm twitch level woman snatches hash and hope and pray that out number in the other two in the ensuing melee save your family. but I never have. the bandits gave a pressing Johnny in his death they were. with the fifty grand in cash and jewelry they taken from the house alone the keys to Johnny's range rover and split. they didn't make it far after local authorities were alerted the threesome was located at the Montego Bay airport on route to Miami defense the stone jewelry they were arrested taken into custody never seen or heard.

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"johnny cash" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

02:03 min | 3 years ago

"johnny cash" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"Longer on the road was Johnny in this band in support of Johnny's act Johnny was at loose ends without her. their secret affair was next to getting high his main priority in nineteen sixty five and at the cow palace at night backstage waiting like a champ alongside folksinger Joan Baez to meet the Beatles Johnny Cash perhaps because of buys is undeniable beauty had June Carter on his mind. she was beautiful time supremely talented both as a musician and as an artist. she was one of those rare types of people whose talent doesn't affect your ego. June Carter despite her obvious gifts and celebrity was it once endlessly interested as well as being endlessly interesting. and she understood Johnny Cash on a molecular level it was the type of understanding that can possess and propelling ma'am their traction for one another was next level it was chemical scientific. June Carter sexuality since Johnny Cash at a show with June back in August up in Toronto Johnny overcome with his desire for is not so secret secret girlfriend called or sex machine from stage wasted again on booze and pills Johnny left the stage drop down on all fours and began howling in June in following her around while attempting to liquor ankles. it was a kind of public break down they had it happened in the internet age would likely have been a career killer because it happened in nineteen sixty five resulted in only a short mention in the Toronto Star it marching Johnny for his act being inappropriate for children. Maddie told Hattie that's the thing to do get you someone really the pull the wool with you Willie boy. June pull the wall all right married or not Johnny was obsessed to the point of distraction Johnny Cash was once again playing with fire June Carter was a world record pills were ever necessary. it may have a Mexican radio but it was owned by the little lads.

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Johnny Cash, Arkansas And Hiltons Virginia discussed on Ben Maller

Ben Maller

01:13 min | 3 years ago

Johnny Cash, Arkansas And Hiltons Virginia discussed on Ben Maller

"Mo Johnny Cash is a new Johnny Cash website that miles is music tour dates that sort of thing Johnny Cash trivia this is a newly re launch Johnny Cash dot com which is billed as a comprehensive online archive that has everything you need to know about the man in black catch this tour history solo with highway man among most interesting aspects of the website forty three hundred show date can you imagine from nineteen fifty four in west Memphis Arkansas to his last public performance two thousand three at the Carter family fold in Hiltons Virginia arranged all chronologically supplemented in many cases by set lists some feature photos and video from the concert dates fans can peruse his discography including ninety three albums hundred sixty two singles parents is a compilation soundtrack can also search for specific songs being great to give people their Johnny Cash fans I'm one of those lyrics included along the was he really listen to music by streaming services awards books about cash all of

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Why Do People Plagiarize?

BrainStuff

04:24 min | 3 years ago

Why Do People Plagiarize?

"Swiping. The work words and ideas of others and passing them office their own they are plagiarists. We spoke with David Radnor, a professor of psychology at the university of Mary Washington in Fredericksburg Virginia and the president of the international center for academic integrity. He said, it's a particular problem in academia because we care so much about the process. I say this to my students all the time. I don't care that you give me a clean paper. I care that you write a paper. It's like sending someone to the gym for you it completely defeats the purpose. But let's take a step back and define play. Tourism going to the old faithful of American English definitions merriam Webster plagiarism is quote to steal and pass off the ideas or words of another as one's own to use another's production without crediting the source or to commit literary theft present his new original. And or product derived from an existing source for one example, we could simply have copied those definitions, which in fact, we did not changed a word Ditto and not credited marriam Webster. But then of course, we'd be flat out plagiarizing or at the very least trampling on the line between plagiarism and the safer, albeit sleazy word cribbing. But since we credited Marian Webster, it's an attribution not plagiarism. The article version of this episode even provided a link. Plagiarism is not always that cut and paste easy, though. The legal definition is as legalese often is murky this is from Cornell law schools legal Information Institute, quote, deliberately passing off somebody else's original expression, or creative ideas as one's own plagiarism can be violation of law. If copyrighted expression is taken often, however plagiarism does not violate any law. But instead simply marks the plagiarised as an unethical person in the political academic or scientific community where the plagiarism occurs. So then what about taking information from someone else? Twisting. A few words around maybe changing a name or two and passing it off as your own how much do you have to change to avoid plagiarism? How much borrowing is too much? Where do you draw the line Britain said, it's always okay to use the ideas or the words of somebody else. That's not the problem. The problem isn't knowledge ING, your sources different disciplines. In different situations have different expectations of what's yours, and what's shared lawyers for another example can use similar wording in legal briefs. Maybe even the exact wording, but that may be more generally acceptable. It is red your says shared language in their profession. But what about scientists or researchers borrowing straight from another paper that was based on a regional research or how about this example from journalism a big news site say taking chunks of a story reported and written by another site. It's a one thousand word article done by site a and site. Be uses. Eight hundred words of it verbatim. Is that? Okay. Even if site be credits site, a is that plagiarism if we can't decide on a precise definition, we could probably at least agree. It's pretty lame though. It may be that plagiarize IRS in the plagiarized aren't seeing eye to eye which brings us to another question who would do such a thing students all the time researchers sometimes according to one study close to ten percent of retracted journal articles were pulled because of plagiarism politicians sometimes, for example, former US Senator and vice president Joe, Biden famously was accused of it in speech and years after the fact admitted to plagiarism he committed as a student, though, he said it wasn't malevolent. A first ladies have Melania. Trump has been dogged by rumors of plagiarism and speeches ever since her opening night address at the Republican national convention in two thousand sixteen journalists as we've pointed out musicians to Johnny cash has been accused and poets and writers a Latin root of the. Word plagiarism was used all the way back in ancient Roman times describe poets plundering one another's works. Sometimes we should acknowledge plagiarism is accidental though a student borrowing an idea from our website while doing research paceman formation into a paper, they're working on and forgets to attribute it, obviously. It's a small problem when it's a sentence or a brief paragraph. It's a bigger problem when several paragraphs or chapters make their way into a paper. But some of course, Steele on purpose never intending to give others credit.

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"johnny cash" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:44 min | 3 years ago

"johnny cash" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Agrees this evening. Windchill values anywhere between negative ten and zero wind gusts as high as fifty miles an hour sustained winds between twenty and thirty miles an hour. This is WNYC. It's not a clock. This is WNYC FM HD in New York. Bullseye with Jesse thorn is a production of maximum fund dot org and is distributed by NPR. It's bullseye. Jesse thorn Elvis Costello has led a rich and varied life. Like have you ever had Christmas with Johnny cash? Elvis Costello did one time thanks to his producer. Nick Lowe, vinick Lowe was the first person who was in a group who I could ask questions of I've been around musician since I was a child, but I had no questions to us. My my dad's colleagues, and of course, then he became my producer when it was first making records, then then a couple of years into that he married June caught is due to Colleen and next thing the inlaws came for Christmas and the in laws are Johnny cash and June. Gotta you know, it was like. And we went to the door. And he was great. He just introduced himself the way he always did. Yeah. Hello. I'm Johnny cash. I couldn't believe you're saying to me they literally saying drink, and we're Mary, it's bullseye. I'll talk with Elvis Costello about his dad who was a musician too..

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"johnny cash" Discussed on Overnight Drive

Overnight Drive

04:44 min | 3 years ago

"johnny cash" Discussed on Overnight Drive

"Single and your pussy is a sweet as the pineap-. No, no, sorry. If you're single the pineapple is a sweet as you are the more that came from. I would love to hear from you. That's all. I'm so confused by that one that's really bad. Okay. Last one. Stewart's in salt point fucking love the stuarts ones. I was pulling into Stewart's and saw you walking to your car. I Florida to get a better look. Into the gas pumps and everything blew up. Oh god. Okay. Rammed right into your car. Drove into a ditch. You barely. Actually, molding your fucking car door handle in your hands. At that point. I realized my era immediately pinned you and your child against your. Sorry. It was really worked up about. Pulling it as you walk into your car. I've flirted to get a better looking wow cute face glasses. And you're asked was literally eating those pink yoga pants. Snap. Johnny cash. Five to nine. You won't be disappointed out him. I'm gonna out him. To cash you didn't out him the man himself. Yeah. Exactly. You know, what he will say Twitter? Do your thing when they want people to do fucking foul thing. They shouldn't do. Fucking overnight driver. Do your thing. Cancel this asshole. Cancelled sorry, Johnny cash five to nine year cancelled Johnny cash five to nine year fucking canceled because you said that somebody was eating. Yoga pants, really gross. Really? You'd be Smerch the good name of Stewart's. Now, you must pay. Room mob Justice. My so much else to talk about actually doing, okay. It's a weird statement to make with absolutely nothing to back it up now. No, we've covered. I really I mean, we've covered so much. It's so awesome. The it was like we figured out. What is the year of finally getting all that? Should we legitimately did not plan that that is just how it ends in the year? So we shit serious about your shit minutes. Get it every day to feel a little bit better about yourself. Right. Two things down need to do. And that's it. I'm also a lot of YouTube lately. Obviously, I just want to give you my three favorites racist yet. No, I'm not, okay. You'll get there. But I'm not. Sure if I keep watching these goddamn police chase video. Best youtube. I've these are the ones that I found this week that I love once called most shocking UPS slash USPS slash FedEx delivery. That's really good. Really good. Ultimate those channel ultimate night-vision. That is only infrared night-vision Coyote shooting on farms. Wow. Okay. It's it's very, it's it's very SM are, very relaxing. But also UC forty coyotes diaper video. And also Dave's lotto madness where you see. This is a guy who buys entire roles of lottery. Tickets scratches them off. Wow. And sometimes he wins a lot. And most of the time he wins nothing. But he's like, oh, well, that's always makes like some sort of allusion to like, that's how life is. Oh, dear God. Okay. Sounds like a hundred sixty bucks in lotto tickets day, pretty awesome. But he's as really good funny personality, at least to me, we'll not really that funniest tragic, but I laugh at it. And check out check those out. All right. We do have a bunch of questions which like to get. Let's do it. You know, you do have those in front of you or do I do the rock and roll got a bunch put the question out. And we were not supported. What is your plan for episodes two hundred three hundred you idea and other similar cast? Didn't get big whatever that means until and past episode two hundred you fell as working with a master plan. Absolutely not. No, this is in. Although people I've talked to somebody who was really really shocked and impressed that we do like next to no preparation like I did a bunch of prep in. It felt weird. Like today. I did a bunch of preparation, and I'm like, oh, it's actually I feel hamstrung by these notes because it's not coming off thought my head. It's actually funny. I have I use bear notes as I used to use Evernote. I moved everything over to bear notes. I like a lot more. But I I just keep everything in there. Like every fucking thing..

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