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"julia reed" Discussed on Drum History

Drum History

08:22 min | 4 months ago

"julia reed" Discussed on Drum History

"I just didn't know that that is like the classic there's a classic movie trope that's like a rockstar calls and go. Yeah whatever shut up okay. And they're like no. It's really mean like that's just couldn't be more like from a movie. I don't know really. It's the president at the white house from it. A that's great. What just good story. Though about him being a nice guy reaching. I don't think he does that to everyone. Real those for anyone. I mean it's it's crazy. And i'm not a star-struck. I'm a journalist i've worked ronaldo will quote unquote celebrities rockstars and stuff. And i'm not really starstruck per se but gobsmack at the be the word i mean it was just like wow. My head was definitely spinning. Like what just happened and damaged longer show asked him about this or my hearing this right like damn. He was so super duper. I've i've keith. Richards bought me a drink. One night could not possibly be nicer after. I cut it assault. 'cause i bumped into him at the lobby of the apollo theater in harlem during a james brown concert right so was it was good place to be bumping into triggers and i adopted a drink and people standing have drink concert and a swath and like there was nobody else around the show. Still going on and source it high She she said how much were digs rolling stones. I just seen the movie that keeps obeyed about trump the chuck berry thing which is a little bumpy. You know i. I love you know. I just saw your movie what the f. was going off there. What was that all about. And as a living breeze Yeah chocolate mother love but it's impossible to work with you. Want a drink source again now. Up to jack daniels salah works for me. So we sat rodrick jack daniels talking about chuck berry james brown for about ten minutes until you know someone came around and recognized. He said well nice tropical of here. Now you watch the show us now. That's awesome. I mean just They i think they like those those kind of one on one interactions. That aren't being swarmed by crowd. So you definitely. That was meant to be catching 'em like that. Well you know what the thing is is is blown any sunshine up a skirt. either through. I'll be very candid and the books for the drummer to that. Is you know we're outta punches. You know i mean it's definitely not a puff piece about the rolling stones They've made bad records and we talk about food. Made a lot of missteps. You know whether it's mick solo career. But i'm put it to sixty year career. Come on what what you can't they can't all be. It's got gotta be a little under so much time. It's not charlie's fault no that's very true instead Charlie is always good in. It keeps getting better. That's the crazy thing. And that's part of the book jewish Here where suddenly the drum started no lower now and he's not the same drummer you know. By the time they get to tattoo you but the time they get the sun girls only got what pivotal shift in the way. He was playing so aggressive and of course he does that Hi hat off the beat year. They're tripling waltz. It's like insane. There's no way to anticipate what he's doing. He's finding jazz. Place would know jazz normally exists. I agree completely. And there's something to kind of segue a little bit of like the the the the the bigger topic that we're talking about today. There's something about. I consider these like you know if you're going to have the mount rushmore is like there's the elven tony Max art leaky mount rushmore over there and then there's without a doubt this rock and roll mount rushmore. That is charlie watts. Keith moon john bonham and ringo starr where i know everyone is listening. I know there's a bunch of other drummers who would probably be up there who might be your favorite drummer. But i think we can all agree. Those guys are quite possibly the most influential drummers for rock and roll fans polly ever and again. there's tons more but those guys especially are when your grandma knows their name. You know they're special about tell you who's the guy that charles connor who played your original girl can't help beat with little richard usually assan here on this whole thing. I mean that's the road rock-n-roll by Bottom lifted note for note. You know god bless and that's what we get to these early guys because you say. Yeah absolutely try watts on keith moon. But what about the guys that they got it from. What about palmer. Why isn't he on that list. And charles conrad is far less palmer. or phillips drummer for jimmy. Read you know the blues guy that the stones loved and what i i listened to the blues got into it and it was a direct line from loving the stones to get good muddy waters. And how wealth and of course pickett songs. Also julia reed. Earl phillips was. His drummer is impossible. Shuffle minded love at first. Because i just thought it was kinda slow and it was grooving. It didn't really shift all that much. I didn't start playing along with it. Impossible it is impossible shuffle because there is a sort of a breeds a beat within the beat and pulse at charlie's jeans part of it and aniston's is the sit down and we'll sit ins records and learn these things in charlie recognizing that the simplicity is actually very sophisticate. It's a lot of nuance and hamas. Do we both know who can play you. Parts of twenty-one over some spectacular drums sweet and how many guys who youtube their bedrooms note for traditional moby. Dick but triple were themselves trying to play a shuffle or a punk rock because somehow if it's beneath them or below them or too simple for to be valid but you know no one's dancing what trump's i can tell you that the steve jordan effect where you think on on the surface it simple but then as you become more of a mature drummer you go holy cow. This guy is just doing something special like you said. It's just it's what you're not playing. It's it's the space it's not filling it up Which you know. It's great that everyone can play those crazy rush songs because that's just impressive and it's cool but when you're playing with a band what they call it. The money beat for a reason you know doing four. That's boom. I mean that's how you get a gig and it's not just sat not have to play. Well there's a single rock music where it doesn't. You're not constantly communicating with the rest of the band. Unlike jazz were hopefully. If you're a great jazz drummer of jones are you are communicating at all times as a conversation between the drummer and the rest of the rhythm section and solar search in symbol as iraq tends not to be that you lay the beatdown plan top of it. Y'all hopefully you can get a bass player but that that sense of conversation. Miserable conversation exist iraq. What was charlie when you're listening to it. There is a. I always say it's about are rated getting your maybe cj beathard chambers and it's about anticipation not penetration. That's the secret okay. Reports were lose. It was always the moment before the nutrition. That's the most exciting part. And charlie gets that station not gonna attrition because after that world she's gonna go you know and you'll john bonham to a what's up even with a really rocking out. They never saw like owner rush. Yes it there's there's there's a pulse pace to it. They never saw. It doesn't ever sound to me over. Bitch don't silent define off the handle. Definitely the pocket. You've been there cooking on knows how to you know. Keep it where bones. It's anticipation about penetration. And then when you get to that point you know you know it's time But you.

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"julia reed" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

03:49 min | 5 months ago

"julia reed" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"Is one of the things that we're becoming known for. We also do a lot of like new age stuff. We do a lot of Meditation workshops and mantra workshops and different things. So it's pretty much just an outlet for me to hire all my really cool creative friends to do really cool creative projects for great clients. Yeah, I think I always wanted to be a performer, and I'm very grateful that that hasn't left my life. But as I move into my career, you know I'm in my mid thirties. Now I really enjoy sharing opportunities with others and I enjoy creating those opportunities. Brothers and It's you know, there's not this feeling that if I don't do that show, I'm never going to reform again because there's always opportunities and I'm just so grateful to be at a point in my career where I get to create those for others as well. We did this event called Wing over Wendy's, and it's Windies in Southern California that opens its doors to World War. Two veterans thinks one day a month or one day a week. Something like that, and they invited us out and they invited me to come sing and and I went and I was saying I'll be Seeing you, which is a plastic 1940 song. I sing it all the time. Probably It was probably like my 100th time singing it. Um, And when I got done, there was just this man crying in the corner and and I went over and I sat down with him and I was kind of worried that I've had upset him in some way. Um, And when I sat down, he told me this story about how he served during World War two and he was in Italy and him and the people in his unit we get To call home once a week to the girls and their family and one of the guys he would call him to his girl and changed all the words to that song to all be squeezing you and he made it dirty to his girl that he was back home. And so as soon as he heard me sing it, it took him right back to his friends, which, unfortunately, uh they all got sent into a V jump out orders and He was the only one to make it out alive. So it brought him back. Not to the beach bitch was friend so and that's what made him priceless moments like that, where you don't quite know music transcends so much It changes based on who you have there. We always have tap dance in our show. That's something that we're really dedicated to an American art form, and we like to see it thrive. Um, Bugle boy, any Andrews sisters numbers are always really popular. We've been working in a lot of Nancy Sinatra and stuff from the sixties lately. A lot of Ronettes. Um, we've been doing a lot of patriotic music. We do the fight songs at the end and then classics for movies. This is something we've been working in, Uh, stuff I'm singing in the rain and gentlemen prefer blondes and some like it hot all those classic movies. The calls were working Those numbers into our show kind of reimagined by our artist. I have a shameful amount of clothes in our closet. We probably have hundreds and hundreds and hundreds of dresses, most of which have been donated to us by amazing designers. Such a Tatiana boutique, unique vintage mod cloths. Uh, Uh oh, Gosh, I know I'm forgetting some Bettie Page clothing gave us some in the beginning. Um Oh, gosh, it's NFL clothing. Yeah, so A lot of people have been very supportive of us, and that's usually where we get our clothes. That and honestly, thrift stores. Thank you guys. So much for having me. I'm Julia Reed Nichols on tour. And if you want to find out more convinced us visit us online at stumps on tour dot com by Thank you so much. Julia. What a great experience for all veterans all.

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"julia reed" Discussed on WBSM 1420

WBSM 1420

02:44 min | 5 months ago

"julia reed" Discussed on WBSM 1420

"Daughter, Shannon. Machete who graduated from college in 2016 is this deputy associate director of the office of the White House Social secretary. Now we come to Daniel Rossetti. Would you care to guess where? Uh, Steve machetes, son Daniel is working in the public or the dreaded private sector. Taylor, I'm gonna say the public sector. That would be good. Give yourself a ding ding. Daniel Rush. Eddie is a senior advisor in the office of the Under secretary. Of arms, Uh, Secretary of State for arms control and international security. Give me an undersecretary position here. Bruce Reed is Joe Biden's Day schedule ER Would you care to guess where his daughter Julia Reed is working. At Walter Reed. No. All right, the public sector. Yes, She's the day schedule or come to think of her hug her. Excuse me. Her father is Bruce Reed. And he's the deputy that White House chief of staff. Then there is a senior advisor to Biden. Mike Donald. He has a He has a niece named Sarah Donnell in public or private sector, Taylor. For provoked public public. Yes, yes. She works on the that White House National Security Council and she's also the daughter. In addition to being the niece of senior advisor Mike Donlan, she's the daughter of Cathy Russell, who's the director of presidential personnel in the White House. Gen. Pop Sake's sister Stephanie, Pete sake, would you care to guess where she works at public or private? Gonna say public? That's right. She's senior advisor at the Health and Human Services Department. Ron claim the chief of staff, he has a wife named Monica Medina. Public or private. You know, my hands are just gonna be You sure you don't want to change your luck? I'm pretty sure She's the assistant secretary. She's going to be. She's been nominated to be the assistant secretary of state. Jake Sullivan. I don't know what his job is, but he has a wife named Maggie. Good lander. Would you care to guess where she works? Since I'm hearing her name. I'm going to say public sector. She's counsel to Attorney General Merrick Garland. Sullivan's brother, Jake, Jake Sullivan's brother, Tom Sullivan. Where does where does he work?.

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"julia reed" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

New Jersey 101.5

08:39 min | 11 months ago

"julia reed" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

"309 with Tyminski and Doyle on Bill Doyle and I'm Jeff Tyminski, 1 802 831 on 1.5. Is there a phone number? Here by special request once again. Joe Mira knew their e No. You're in between traffic reports. I promise we won't keep you long. She's so she's such a workaholic. She can't even look at me while she's talking because she's still studying the traffic screens. She is always loved maps. Yeah, she's she's working hard for all of you. Okay, real quick, though you brought something up. I think it was just yesterday that this was off the air. But yesterday was inauguration day. We had a full slate. I don't wanna bring it up them. Yeah. But there are times on the show when there's reason to do it, huh? That we will have a fun subject of words or phrases that people can't stand. And I never knew that you had one of these. I do. I do. And your word. Do you want me to say it? Or is it so bad that you can't even say it's so bad that I'm going to say it, And I'm gonna like gag a little. This is so weird. Go ahead, but just happened right now, because I had issues with my computer on it was acting wonky. It's like I have a terrible when I have to say it Wonky bothers you. Why don't you eat that word is everybody says it and it's so everybody and it's so like efficient for it like it's a good word in this day and age, because your phone is acting monkey, you know, like Right? He called. Isn't that a good thing? That's a good one now through because his computer was signals one taxing right? And it's not even slang. I mean, this is a word, a legitimate word in the dictionary. No bueno. It's annoying. It's zwei know itself, and I really want to It's what we're okay. But so is Willy Wonka bad? No, It's just I feel like I'm just every like. You can't really explain it every Yeah. I just visit the sound of it or the overuse of it. What is it? Just the overuse of it. It's that it's this like You know, I guess from like, also Pete, being like on the P T a board and like, how many times you'd hear wonky? On the PT able Gosh, it's such a mom word because it's not. It's a mom work. You're all over the place. It's not like it's not a bad word. You know, It's just like it. Does it make you think of something else. Are you like making this dirty in your mind? Somehow, Maybe it's just cause it's just so darn pleasant that really I want to say that, you know, it's like, you know, the computers really bleep. You know, it's okay, so it's it almost Sounds baby is it's It's too kind. It's too nice. Yeah, correct. Wonky. That's what it is. It's too politically correct. It's not offending anybody. You know Long, Qi. Stop like don't do it. You'll get all wonky. Yeah, right Reports we're gonna be all wonky. The rest of the acts like that perfect family at the coffeehouse, you know, and they're on a Saturday and they're all just pleasant. Like they did. Okay. This girl is acting a little wonky. What last question? So, so that same family. Do you put it in the category of words Like like, Gosh, G will occurs like that kind of thing right now, because they're hip. They're hipsters. You know, there is a hipster word to it. Wow, boy, There's so many levels to this. All right, and I find myself saying it so I hate myself too. It's all right way would like to know. Uh, look, I don't think anybody's going to back her up on this. I never heard of anybody being bothered by that word before. But, hey, whatever. Maybe you have your own word or phrase that you just can't stand maybe because people are over using it. Maybe because it just conjures up a horrible image. Whatever the reason is, maybe you don't even know why. But what is a word or a phrase that you absolutely hate 1? 802 83101.5? Well, you know, I hate the word Brewer Brewery, but it's only because I can't say it. Brewer he burrow brewery. It's one of those words where it sounds as if you're saying it wrong when you're saying it right, Slurring brewery Right brewery right because you have to. That's how it's actually said, But it sounds wrong. I'll jewelry is often hard to because you want to say jewelry or jewelry, but jewelry, right jewelry, jewelry and right and then to say it correctly. Just like Brewer. Now I'm doing it. It's you kind of like tripping up on it. Ju Julia Reed, What else you have? Don't like the word rump. Yeah. Oh, why This is new to me. I never knew this. Don't care for it. Well. Oh, why I'm a buyer ump roast. I don't want to eat a rump. Oh, all the times. We've talked about this guy I know. Come up with new ones. Have you always felt this way? Or did you just kind of recently? You know, I've never been on border E guess it doesn't come up often enough. Doesn't for to be top of mind. Put your rump on the chair. You know, it is kind of disgusting When you think of it that way, like rump roast it. Yeah, we're eating What called? Hind quarters is not as bad called her room. I'm not eating hind quarters, either. All. You would hate a certain book that I read. So one of my little boys it's called. Well, I mean, you know, he's three. Okay, uh s Oh, it's called missus. Wow, would never wanted a cow. Okay? And, uh, the storyline doesn't matter. I mean, it's a kid's book, but three different points in the book. They have either, missus wow doing it or a mailman doing it, Where a character it's written, as gives the cow a friendly pat on the rump. A friendly pat on the rump. Yeah, and you have to read that word three times and like a 92nd rump. Let's get the are up and running her remember roast All right. So we want to know what word or phrase do you just You just hated. It's overused. Overplayed. Whatever the reason, 1 802 831 of 1.5 Patent Mendham, You're a New jersey One of 1.5. Can't say the word when you want to put something in a compartment. You compartmentalize compartment, But I can't say I'd always tripping up like depend mental eyes. No. That life. It doesn't sound like compartmentalized compartmentalize. You think this is so this is your reason for hating it? Because you never like If you had to read out loud and class. You never wanted to have that word. Come up, right. I say calm pencil money. But when you came on the air the first time you said that you said it right? But I have to really think about it. If I just said blowing it out like cops. Gentleman lies there. Pen to Manila. Okay. You wanted your You want to hear a much simpler word that I had a cousin who could never say it much simpler word. The word Okay? The word toenail. Now you would think that just rolls right off the tongue? No problem. Toe nail, but she would always say it. My cousin Sandy would say it has Tony nails tone like Tony the Tiger Tony Nails. Yeah. Yeah, Okay, but car pencil Malike. See, I can't say I'm part mental eyes compartmentalize. I have to agree. I have let it Yes, thank you. It is two words, which I think she's kind of think of it as compartmentalize. Just don't pause. Compartmentalize. There you go, Pet. You've got it right? If I never do anything else in my broadcasting career, I help Pat. Learn to say,.

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"julia reed" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

03:12 min | 11 months ago

"julia reed" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"Next guest takes audiences back way in time to relive those glory days. Julia Reed Nichols is the producer of pin ups on tour. It's a show that entertains veterans by taking them back to the World War two could kept I'll start with me. 32 Julia Reed Nichols is the producer of Pin ups on tour, a show that entertains veterans by taking them back to the World War. Two cantina with the music and the women that got them through that war. Hi, guys. Thank you so much for having me today. My name is Julia Reed Nickels. And I'm here to talk to you about Phillips on tour Pinups on tour is a world where to sell variety and burlesque show we tour all over the nation and support of our men. American heroes We get to perform in V FW's an American legions, and we even do shows inside the hospitals. When people come to our show, we really want them to feel like they're taking a step back in time. So our goals really degree the magic of the Hollywood canteen. It was a club that operated in the 19 forties during World War two that these servicemen, music and dancing with their favorite celebrities, right Hollywood artists very inspired by the kind of girls that they used to paint on the side of airplane. It needs to get the trips to boost their morale during World War two. And so that's the spirit we really try to capture in our show. We do have music from the 19 forties to the 19 sixties were starting to include things that are Vietnam era veterans will relate to. It's well because we know that as we go on, we're gonna get less and less World War, two veterans and obviously more pre Award of Vietnam era work. Parents. It's really great, especially the veteran is showing up not quite knowing what to expect. Maybe their family member brought them there. Maybe they don't quite know what they were walking into you because it's a step back in time, and it reminds them of their youth. It reminds them of their service. And that's kind of what we're there to do is to remind them that there's so many Americans that remember their service and their sacrifice and our shows. They're just a fun way to do. That s O R shows, typically, two hours long is two hours. The 15 minute intermission and you're gonna get a lot of different acts during that time we have about 30 performers that we work with across the nation, So it's a rotating past. You don't know which performers you're gonna have show up in your venue, but they're all incredibly talented, not only singers and dancers, we have variety performers, magicians, basically taking a little bit of that vaudeville that used to tour around and bringing it to towns all across America. So when I started pinups on tour, I was working in Hollywood. I was like everybody else auditioning acting. I was doing a lot of life entertainment, and I started putting on shows since I'd be a hospital's on the really cool thing about the Internet is when I found out about it. People started asking us to come across the country so because it was in Hollywood that was already working with all these really talented people I was.

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"julia reed" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

03:13 min | 11 months ago

"julia reed" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"Our next guest takes audiences back way in time to relive those glory days. Julia Reed Nichols is the producer of pin ups on tour. It's a show that entertains veterans by taking them back to the world works. You could kept I'll start with me. 32 Julia Reed Nichols is the producer of Pin ups on tour, a show that entertains veterans by taking them back to the World War. Two cantina with the music and the women that got them through that war. Hi, guys. Thank you so much for having me today. My name is Julia Reed Nickels. And I'm here to talk to you about Phillips on tour Pinups on tour is a world where to sell variety. Amber. Last show we tour all over the nation and support of Army. American heroes. We get to perform in via W Who's an American legions, and we even do shows inside the hospitals. When people come to our show, we really want them to feel like they're taking a step back in time, so our goals really did create the magic of the Hollywood canteen. It was a club that operated in the 19 forties during World War two that these servicemen, music and dancing with their favorite celebrities, right Hollywood artists very inspired by the kind of girls that they used to paint on the side of the airplane. This needs to get two trips to these therm around during World War two. And so that's the spirit we really try to capture in our show. We do have music from the 19 forties to the 19 sixties were starting to include things that are Vietnam era veterans will relate to. It's well because we know that as we go on, we're gonna get less and less World War, two veterans and obviously more pre Award of Vietnam era work. Karen. It's really great, especially the veteran is showing up not quite knowing what to expect. Maybe their family member brought them there. Maybe they don't quite know what they were walking into you because it's a step back in time, and it reminds them of their youth. It reminds them of their service. And that's kind of what we're there to do is to remind them that there's so many Americans that remember their service and their sacrifice and our shows. They're just a fun way to do. That s O R shows, typically, two hours long is two hours. The 15 minute intermission and you're gonna get a lot of different acts during that time we have about 30 performers that we work with across the nation, So it's a rotating past. You don't know which performers you're gonna have show up in your venue, but they're all incredibly talented, not only singers and dancers, we have variety performers, magicians, basically taking a little bit of that vaudeville that used to tour around and bringing it to towns all across America. So when I started an upside to where I was working in Hollywood, I was like everybody else auditioning acting. I was doing a lot of life entertainment, and I started putting on shows inside the hospitals. And the really cool thing about the Internet is when I found out about it. People started asking us to come across the country so because it was in Hollywood that was already working with all these really talented people I was able.

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"julia reed" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

03:14 min | 11 months ago

"julia reed" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"Our next guest takes audiences back win time to relive those glory days. Julia Reed Nichols is the producer of pin ups on tour. It's a show that entertains veterans by taking them back to the World War two could kept I'll start with me. 32 Julia Reed Nichols is the producer of Pin ups on tour, a show that entertains veterans by taking them back to the World War. Two cantina with the music and the women that got them through that war. Hi, guys. Thank you so much for having me today. My name is Julia Reed Nickels. And I'm here to talk to you about Phillips on tour Pinups on tour is a world where to sell variety. Amber. Last show we tour all over the nation and support of our men. American heroes We get to perform in the FW's an American legions, and we even do shows inside be hospitals. When people come to our show, we really want them to feel like they're taking a step back in time, so our goals really did create the magic of the Hollywood canteen. It was a club that operated in the 19 forties during World War two that these servicemen, music and dancing with their favorite celebrities, right Hollywood artists very inspired by the kind of girls that they used to paint on the side of the airplane. Isn't he needs to get the trips to these thermal morale during World War two. And so that's the spirit we really try to capture in our show. We do have music from the 19 forties to the 19 sixties were starting to include things that are Vietnam era veterans will relate to. It's well because we know that as we go on, we're gonna get less and less World War, two veterans and obviously more pre Award of Vietnam era work. Parents. It's really great, especially the veteran is showing up not quite knowing what to expect. Maybe their family member brought them there. Maybe they don't quite know what they were walking into, because it's a step back in time, and it reminds them of their youth. It reminds them of their service. And that's kind of what we're there to do is to remind them that there's so many Americans that remember their service and their sacrifice and our shows. They're just a fun way to do. That s O R shows, typically, two hours long is two hours. The 15 minute intermission and you're gonna get a lot of different acts during that time we have about 30 performers that we work with across the nation, So it's a rotating past. You don't know which performers you're gonna have show up in your venue, but they're all incredibly talented, not only singers and dancers, we have variety performers, magicians, basically taking a little bit of that vaudeville that used to tour around and bringing it to towns all across America. So when I started in ops on to where I was working in Hollywood, I was like everybody else auditioning acting. I was doing a lot of life entertainment, and I started putting on shows inside the hospitals. And the really cool thing about the Internet is when I found out about it. People started asking us to come across the country so because it was in Hollywood that was already working with all these really talented people I.

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"julia reed" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

08:30 min | 11 months ago

"julia reed" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"11 days. Just like we really have enjoyed the three day work weekends. That's got to be a Hey, Yesterday had Sunday afternoon. I started feeling real sad. It's like oh, back to the full five days. Yeah, my wife and kid at the last two weeks off, So they're getting back to it today and I'm sure a lot of people out there doing the same. So thanks for joining us. Yes. Enjoy your back. I am back back. You took advantage, like almost every other talk show host here. I think Bradley and I were the two holdouts. You can only do everybody else. Everything else was gone. Yeah. Gosh, You've got a lot of days off. You really did for not Would three actual vacation days. Something. Yeah, that's nice. Exactly was really nice. That's the way to write. So I went to Montana and just fell in love. My little sister. Our sister, Your sister got a new puppy. A miniature Golden Doodle. I didn't even know they made me. Okay. It is a Brocco. It might way um £3. Okay. Hank is the name and like why we named it, Hank instead of giving a two syllable name, which is the doggy rule, you know, hanky, right? That's bad news. Anyway. They named it but, um I Couldn't get enough. And if you like your mom with the baby, I'm like, Where is the baby? I mean, because you have to watch it poops. He looks like a stuffed animal Brocco. It was so cute. He's why did your sister because I know they have the 20 year old dog, Scotty Scotty in love's blind. Who lost its Kendall when we were there because the badly needed the cage, But he's a should soon he's the cute he really is that he does nothing. Okay. Yeah, And so it's 90 to be like yelling at your 92 year old grandma for doing a lot of nothing. He's still not in really pain, but he's blind and he can barely move. But So why'd they get a puppy? Just because they want to have another dog won't have another dog. And so the college daughter is kind of taking the doggy at night, but we had a New Year's Eve night. Let me tell you babies cry Puppies. Wine. That's where you gotta have an old fashioned alarm clock. Well, we did And just wouldn't you know? You gotta make it wait and everything, but it was the you know. A cute little girl. The college could warn the puppy and she got one. So that happy is not for you guys know Katherine Chan, the family. It's for Katherine. But Mary Boone is keeping out of college and it's break right now. I don't know why she's doing this. It's like a bad idea. We took it a lot. We took it during the day. Just seven pairs of shoes. We got chewed. The sofa will get chewed table like there's a lot. We know the loss that happened. But I want a baby so bad after I get one. I know. I know this Poppy was so okay. I know Three people who have rescued dogs. We know Bunch here and two. I'm not even counting here. And then two people rescued cats Really? During this time? It's just companionship. Yes, it, Xena. I did. Come here each chip. Yeah. Well, I'm I. You know, I I felt like I did was get walked like a dog. Thank God there's gonna be classes limited as they are, Josh, because this little puppy is not going to have to walk his many miles around up. No full of fear. You know, a track field. It's full of snow. You're basically walking like a snowplow, but it's good. It's good exercise to work in the snow. I tried to pretend I was gonna be okay. He came up with the new word. What is in case he's like, Well, you you made like a whole way around without complaint, And I said, Hey, there are fact planes, and then there are complaints. There are facts that air disguised. He thinks their complaints but like I really can't stand. This is a complaint. Sure, this is really hard walking through the snow. I don't like it. That's a fact. Late clean, okay? And this is how I like it. I like are you think Because really not everything is a complaint doing that cross country skiing in Montana. Okay, we go in the highlight canyon, and I've got me skis and I'm like, so gung ho, you know, ready to go told not to bring the Daniel because he never will get reservations to get on the hills. Okay, Holiday week, Right. So bring them and I get out. And I'm like, already nervous. I'm like, okay. I can't really started well in the altitude already. So we're going uphill. It's a straight uphill The beginning. I'm like this fun. This is my sister gives no I can do it. She doesn't care. Let's just come on. I'm like Jess. Come on. Quit complaining. I'm like I'm not again Can't be e Can't. There's no rear. This is the fact. Late? Yes. Be quiet and keep going. Please, just, like, come on, and then I think we're gonna go the next age. You're such a baby. Right? And I'm like No, because I knew the next day would have to do the five mile loop up the hill. Oh, no, It's straight up. But she was how much fun you're supposed to be. At least it was so beautiful, though. I can't tell you how pretty it was. It was pretty year We got all your damn story that I know of cross country skiing and sledding and two bargaining and Yeah, I was No when I was gone. Yeah, we had all kinds of snow. It was just It's pretty here. Don't try, And I think Mantan it anymore. Winner over us was pretty, but they are there in the drought like we are because we're not gonna get snow for a while now, either they mean it's kind of that. Did anyone do anything fun? New Year's Eve? Because we puppy sat Julia Reed poppies that like a mean joke that you're trying tol a on us. No, we didn't do anything fun. I mean, I did. One fun thing and that involved a drinking on New Year's Day I bought got a delicious brunch from the day by day Cafe and we went over to her friends. House Who's a big garage with heaters night dressed in our best, you know, snowmobile gear, right? Had our delicious brunch had a couple of Your Frenchies. You give me a couple cans of Frenchies. We like those, and you know for a couple hours, and that was like the highlight of the social life. I mean, Rocco, you had to do something similar outdoors Leader experience. You know, we did a bunch of outdoor stuff. We went up to late Carlos State Park near Alexandria and us and three other couples with kids rented the four camper cabins there. At the State park, so we were never indoors together. But I had a little fire time and we hiked to the lake and did some sledding. You did way more. Yeah. Would you do cross country ski? We did downhill at Andy's. Whatever. It's called Andy's Tower That is a real weekend. Claim to fame was pretty fun. You had intimate awareness. You win it. I've never really been to Alexandria. We saw we couldn't see the Kensington Rune Stone, but we Saw the replica and we saw the big Viking that says the birthplace of America, because, you know, I don't know if you know about the candy didn't ruin stone because we didn't You remember Radisson on that lake era. We own that resort at area where they don't know, the Kansas farmer found. You know us carved stone in his field and said, Oh, look, it's It's it's from somethin lenders who said what they were hearing like 13 62, and so if it's true, and then Wow, these thieves people beat. You know Columbus here by a couple of years, but most people think it was an elaborate hoax. Is it a bigger way? It's good tourists. It is really good Tourism know we stayed at Arrow would restart once when the kids were little Because it's kind of has everything their indoor gyms and stuff for the winner and spoke. This idea. Sounds cute with individual campers. Yeah, they got these camper cabins up there, and they're heated. You know, they get to four bunk beds and ah kitchen table And so, Yeah, I mean, it's not like you could have that. Rocco. You guys get ingenuity Award. That's way better than we had the book in a few months in advance. It was it was worth it, and they're cheap and they're well, I shouldn't give away these secrets, but no, the camper cabins at the State Park. You're pretty great. You ain't you girls might even like it. It's good because it's shelter. Yes, And he did have a cabin. Yeah, that's the way we can just go there. Sorry, but normal going doors with me right so I can go by myself..

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"julia reed" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

03:05 min | 1 year ago

"julia reed" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"That if I don't do that show I've never perform again. There's always opportunities. Just a grateful to the point where I get to create those brothers as well. We did. This event called being over Wendy's and its Windies in Southern California that opens and stores World War two Veterans Day of month or one week something like that on they invited us out. They invited me to come saying and I went. I'm saying I'll be seeing me which is a classic 1940 song. I see it all the time. Probably It was probably my 100th time singing it. And when I got done, there was just this man crying in the corner and and and I went over and I sit down with him, and I was kind of worried that I had upset him in some way. And when I sat down here will be the story about how he served during world Worth you and he was in Italy and him and the people in his unit. We get to call home one sweet tea, The girls, their family, and one of the guys would call his girl in changed all the words to that song. Salvi's dirty on so as soon as he heard me sing it to him right back to his friends, which unfortunately got sent into a V John that orders and Hey, was the only one to make it out alive, So it brought back not each which was wrecked, so and that's made a price. It's moments like that. We don't know these transcend so much It changes based on who you have their way, always have tap dance on our show. That's something that we're really dedicated to an American art form. We like to see it thrive. Bugle Boy. Any Andrew Sisters numbers are always really popular. We've been working in a lot of Nancy Sinatra stuff from the sixties lately, a lot of Ronettes We've been doing a lot of patriotic music. We do the fight songs at the end on plastics for movies just something we've been working in this stuff and singing in the rain and gentlemen, blinds on some, like all those classic movie musicals were working those numbers and our show kind of reimagined by artists. I have a shameful clothes in our closet way probably have hundreds and hundreds and hundreds of dresses, most of which have been donated to us by amazing designers such a beauty advantage. I know I'm forgetting some clothing, some in the beginning. It's a clothing, a lot of people very supportive of us. That's usually where we get our clothes in our stores. Thank you guys. So much for having me and Julia Reed Nichols tour. And if you want to find out more isn't us online. Thank you so much. What.

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"julia reed" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

02:35 min | 1 year ago

"julia reed" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"That war, Guys. Thank you so much for having me today. Money is Julia Reed Nickels and I'm here to talk to you about Phillips on tour pinups on tour is a world where to self right, Amber. Last show we tour all over the nation and support of our Heroes way get to perform the W's in America legions and we even do shows inside. Be hospital. When people come to our show, we really want them to feel like they're step back in time. So our goals really the magic of the Hollywood canteen was a club that operated in the 1940 Stir in World War two that needs serviceman, music and dancing with their favorite celebrities, right Hollywood archives very inspired by girls that used to be in on the site of airplane. I need to get troops to this their morale during World War two. And so that's this fear really try to capture in our show. Do you have music from the 19 forties to the 19 sixties were starting to lose things that are Vietnam era veterans will relate to. It's well because they know that as we were gonna get less and less World War, two veterans and obviously for three awards Parents is really great, especially the veteran is showing up not quite knowing what to expect. Maybe their family member brought them there. Maybe they didn't know what they were walking into you on because it's a step back in time, and it reminds them of their youth reminds them of their service. And that's what we're there to do is to remind them that there's so many Americans remember their service in exact advice and our shows or just a fun way to deny typically two hours Of the 15 minute information on you're going to get a lot of different during that time we had about 30 farmers that we work with prostitution, So it's a rotating cast. You for sure have show up your venues, but they're all incredibly talented. Not only singers, dancers way have variety performers, magicians, basically taking a little bit of that body around bringing into towns. When I started here, I was working in Hollywood. I was like everybody else. I was a lot of life entertainment on started putting on shows inside possibles on the really cool thing about the Internet is when it found out about it. People started to come across the country so because it was in Hollywood that was already working with all these really talented people I was.

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"julia reed" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

03:08 min | 1 year ago

"julia reed" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"It's you know, there's not this feeling that if I don't do that show I've never perform again. There's always opportunities on and I'm just so grateful to be a point where I get to create those brothers as well. So we did. This event called being over Wendy's and its Windies in Southern California that opens a store in World War two veterans thinks one day a month. Once a week, something like that on they invited us out. They invited me to come sing when I'm saying Seen you, which is a classic 1940 song. I see it all the time. Probably It was probably my 100th time singing it And when I got done, there was just this man crying in the quarter and went over and sit down with him. And I was kind of worried that I had upset him in some way. And when I sat down will be the story about how he served during world Worth you and you was in Italy and him and the people in his unit. To call home once a week. Teo the girls, their family and one of the guys would girl changed all the words to that song and made it dirty back on. So as soon as he heard me sing it right back to his friends, which, unfortunately into a beach on that orders. Hey, was the only one to make it out alive, So it brought him back? Not each which his friend, so that's made him cry. So it's moments like that. We don't know who's transcend so much. It changes based on who you have their way, always have tap dance on our show. That's something that we're really dedicated to an American art form. We like to see it right. Bugle boy. Any Andrew sisters numbers are always really popular. We've been working in a lot of Nancy Sinatra stuff from the sixties lately. Ah, lot of Ronettes. We've been doing a lot of patriotic music. We do the fight songs at the end and plastics for movies just something we've been working in a stuffy singing in the Rain and Gentlemen prefer blondes on some like it Hot. All those classic movie musicals were working those numbers and our show kind of reimagined by artists. I have a shameful clothes in our closet way probably hundreds and hundreds and hundreds of dresses, most of which have been donated to us by amazing designers. Such a beauty. Fashion. No, I'm forgetting things so they get some in the beginning is a clothing, so a lot of people been very supportive of us. That's usually when we get our clothes and honestly stores Thank you guys. So much for having me and Julia Reed Nichols on tour. And if you want to find out more isn't us online. Thank you. So much to say, What a great.

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"julia reed" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

01:30 min | 1 year ago

"julia reed" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"Tap dance on our show. That's something that we're really dedicated to an American art form. We like to see it thrive. Bugle Boy Andy Andrews sisters numbers are always really popular. We've been working in a lot of fancy Sinatra stuff from the sixties lately, a lot of debts. We've been doing a lot of patriotic music. We do the fight songs at the end and plastics for movies, something we've been working in a step from singing in the Rain and gentlemen relies on some, like all those classic Movie musicals were working Those numbers and four show kind of reimagined by our artists. I have a shameful clothes in our closet way, probably hundreds and hundreds and hundreds of dresses, most of which have been donated to us by amazing designers. Such a beauty. No, I'm forgetting some clothing. Some in the beginning is a little girl. So a lot of people very supportive of us. That's usually where we get our clothes and honestly, stores. Thank you guys. So much for having me and Julia Reed Nichols tour and if you want to find out more isn't US online. Thank you so much to say, What a great.

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"julia reed" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

04:55 min | 1 year ago

"julia reed" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Take a deep breath and really filling up your belly. And your lungs in your chest. Exhale out. And on Rico. A number of heartbreaking losses have made headlines in the fast past two days alone. As we discussed yesterday on the show, many are still grappling with the shocking death of Chadwick Boseman. After a years long battle with cancer. The actor best known for his betrayal with superhero Black Panther died at just 43 years old. John Thompson, the Hall of Fame coach who was the first black coach to lead a team to the championship, died yesterday and be a star Allen Iverson described Thompson as a man who quote saved his life. When he coached him in Georgetown, Thompson was 78. And Julia Reed, author and columnist known for Celebration of Southern Food culture, passed on Friday from cancer as well. She was 59 years old. And on August 20th singer songwriter and friend of the show. Just in town's Earl died at his national home at age 38. A message on his official Instagram account. Read. So many of you have relied on his music and lyrics over the years and we hope his music will continue to guide you on your journeys. You will be missed dearly, Justin. National Police report that it was likely an overdose. We reached out to confirm independently and his representatives at new s records applied. They have not heard a confirmed cause of death. For Earl becoming something other than a musician might have looked like rebellion. His middle name is a nod to Townes Van Zandt, the late singer songwriter and his last name he picked up from his dad Americana Legend star Steve Earle. Justin was working a working musician who spoke openly about his personal struggles, including with drug abuse. First that the roads at 8 15 playing blues cover bands and went on to release eight studio albums over the course of his career. After releasing his debut, the Good Life in 2008. He was named Emerging Act of the year at the Americana music Honors and awards, and two years later, his Harlem River Blues one song of the year. He joined us last May with guitar in hand to discuss his latest album, The Saint of Lost Causes, Taking its title from ST Jude. The album is a meditation on social issues across America from Flint, Michigan. Appalachia to Middle America. We discussed the arc of his career and life of music, and I began by asking if had ever been a question of whether he would become a musician. It was it was. I mean, I thought about being a golfer like you know, you're talking about Billy head, but you know something like that, You know? How do you rebel? How do you rebel when you're on a roll, but no, no, I'm when I was 12 years old. I picked up the guitar because I was Kurt Cobain fan. But then, shortly after that, I discovered Leadbelly. And here we go by 14 years old and the new lead belly was and I quit school and this is what I was doing. That's so interesting. So you went for the whole grunge thing. And then there was something about the blues. You gotta see what What? Even as a little kid, that's indeed is well, You know, I think it was. There was just something about like. When I heard Well, it was because of nirvana. Like you know her the unplugged record where I was, I watched that live and Kurt does. Where did you sleep last night or in the pines or whatever you want to know how you know my girl. What do you want to call it? You know, so there's many names for it. But that was I was just like my dad asked me I was usually what's your favorite song? On the record? I was just like I was like, Oh, Kirk has this great song called, You Know? Where did you sleep last night? Because I wanna know Son. That's that's that's Let's Leadbelly Probably one of the best things that dad ever did for me. That's so Yeah, that's oh, that's so interesting. So were you in a couple bands when you were growing up in Nashville? The swindlers right distributors, distributors with the distributors was just a short lived rock band that I had after the after the swindlers. Swindler's was we have? Ah was actually an existing band that I I kind of, you know, Got it on? No, none of them wrote songs. So they were all just, you know, playing hard hearted Hannah and all this old time stuff where you know the funny hats in the baggy pants and You know, old time you band and and then here I came. I moved back from Chicago. I was 78 18 actually moved back from Chicago to Nashville and metal. These guys and I became the only guy in the band wrote songs. So Oh, so that's why you spun out as a solo artist. You wanted to write. Well, you know what? I didn't You know, I love democracy. I do, but not in my music. My music is appear 100% dictatorship and I Ah Mei. I rule democracy and the door is at the door when I go when he goes to make music. I did not want. I do not want your free jazz and I knew our net. Coleman. I told him I didn't like free jazz. I'm wondering if if You didn't take anything from those experiences with those two bands that you still use, or that you were able sort of channel into your own thing..

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"julia reed" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:55 min | 1 year ago

"julia reed" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Exam required to qualify A new study takes a look at our neighbour in space. The Andromeda Galaxy is the Milky Way's largest and nearest neighbor. And now research using the Hubble Space Telescope has mapped the large envelope of gas around to get known as a halo. The helo extends 1.3 million light years about halfway to our galaxy in about four billion years, the two Galaxies will merge and form one giant elliptical galaxy. Given how similar the two Galaxies are understanding the Andromeda's hello could help shed light on the Milky Way's Hello, which is harder to study because we live inside it. The study was published in The Astrophysical Journal. I'm Kevin Delaney. Julia Reed, who wrote about food and culture in the South and promoted her native Mississippi. Delta has died of cancer. She was 59. She wrote numerous books about the South, including one on Ding of drinking and dining in New Orleans, Man Cates. And I'm Susanna Palmer in the Bloomberg newsroom. New York was doing well in its fight to stem the spread of the Corona virus, But now upstate is seeing an outbreak, Governor Andrew Cuomo said today. Buffalo reported an infection rate of 5.5% compared with the statewide rate of just under 7/10 of 1%. Meantime, the State University of New York's Oneonta campus will be closed to instruction for two weeks is after several large parties led to an outbreak. As of this morning, 105 people are confirmed positive representing about 3% of student and faculty on the Sunni Oneonta campus. China's government is saying not so fast with regard to selling Tic Tac's U. S operations. We're hearing Tic Tac's Chinese owner. Bite dance will be required to seek Chinese government approval to sell TIC tac assets. That's under new restrictions Beijing imposed on the export of artificial intelligence technologies. USOPEN kicks off tomorrow and for the first time, the roar of the fans will not be heard more from Bloomberg's Denise Pellegrini. The Billie Jean King National Tennis Center at Flushing Meadows will be empty of fans. They have been banned because of the pandemic. Some of the biggest names in tennis won't be there either for various reasons that includes past champions Roger Federer and Rafael Nadal. Mintz. Defending champ Novak Djokovic will be playing Serena and Venus Williams will also both play. Denise Pellegrini. Bloomberg Radio. American Airlines Group will cut flying capacity by more than half this as it ends service to 15 cities in October. Veolia Environment of France has offered $3.5 billion for a 29.9% stake in French rivals Suez. Veolia is trying to revive an attempt to create a world leader and waste and water services. Global News 24 hours a day on air and on Bloomberg quick take powered by more than 2700,.

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"julia reed" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

WLS-AM 890

01:59 min | 1 year ago

"julia reed" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

"Exam required to qualify. A new study takes a look at our neighbour in space. The Andromeda Galaxy is the Milky Way's largest and nearest neighbor. And now research using the Hubble Space Telescope has mapped the large envelope of gas around again known as a Hello Hello extends 1.3 million light years about halfway to our galaxy in about four billion years, the two Galaxies will merge and form one giant elliptical galaxy. Even how similar the two Galaxies are understanding. The Andromeda's hello could help shed light on the Milky Way's Hello, which is harder to study because we live inside it. But study was published in the Astrophysical Journal. I'm Kevin Delaney. Julia Reed, who wrote about food and culture in the South and promoted her native Mississippi. Delta has died of cancer. She was 59. She wrote numerous books about the South. Including one on Ding of drinking and dining in New Orleans, Man Cates No delays on the outbound even 17 minutes in from like cooked junction, Kennedy all clear outbound now 20 minutes to O'Hare inbound side 27 from O'Hare to downtown 15 in off the junction. How about a nice wide opening down 30 minutes from 3 90 18 from no Stevenson Delays. Dan Ryan 15 minutes out. 17 here on I 57 in the fourth Freeway Lakeshore Drive North bound is crowded around Navy Pier. No tollways delays but watch out north on 3 55. There is a medical emergency blocking right before seen, Charles wrote. 80 crowded eastbound through Joliet backed up center with work on the bridge in the left lane. 80 94. So he's found from the tristate Calumet's tight westbound from Ripley to 65. Most of the way grant to Cal u that Avenue from the Wools. Am 8 90 Traffic Center. I'm like Priest with Next update in 30 minutes. Tired of lying. Baby boomers and retirees learn how to de risk your retirement savings with less risk and higher returns. Secure your retirement income savings with zero downside.

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"julia reed" Discussed on Sports Talk 1050 WTKA

Sports Talk 1050 WTKA

02:00 min | 2 years ago

"julia reed" Discussed on Sports Talk 1050 WTKA

"Simpson filled his line he gets the jump shot so position the basketball and that's when the rest of us Michigan up sixty two twenty five a call now it is C. three J. out there hope to see some of the other one cons as well it is one of those guys you always talk about his shot you wonder if you could ever get to a point where he can be one of those energy guys off the bench left side bank three from Schubert no I think of that group you've got the best chance because of what he can do with that shot well you know what whenever you get in a drought in you need shooters out there on the floor he's one of the guys that you can look for to be able to spot you notice the space the floor all because he can knock down open shots now ostensibly on Austin Davis moments ago so with thirteen oh four to play in the second half Michigan's up by thirty five Graham pass the time line on the right side Jenkins left wing Schubert for Presbyterian the the two and ten make IT league play going a couple weeks a drive in from Graham no too strong in the lamprey found Simpson will spread to the poor court now able to right wing Simpson double T. baseball bullet passed left sided Julie is re gathers after a fight breaks down the three then about that play from the Julia reed trigger Michigan by thirty eight and I with a bullet there he called to jury is gonna show his skills there and both his hands up as he went back down to Hey did you see those pains with the update my hands were a baseball it's called sheet music okay that's often with a fast ball Graham with the Presbyterian yes monthly missile protect your face I.

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"julia reed" Discussed on The Fifth Column

The Fifth Column

04:35 min | 3 years ago

"julia reed" Discussed on The Fifth Column

"Like, the the greatest libertarian gains, and that's a twenty five year thirty year project, so you work outside of electoral politics, gay marriage. Acceptance and acceptance of gay lifestyles that is like Ellen is responsible for that. She's actually getting dragged this because she interviewed Kevin Hart was sympathetic towards him. Then she's not she's not sufficiently my God twenty years ago. She was going to commit suicide career wise because she came out as gay gay, which one is quick intervention. There is. Has anyone's question has she backed down from what she said in defensive Kevin Hart. I haven't closely, but I I feel like I would have seen it. How have? Yeah. By the way, Alan's fucking bad ass, then because everybody else situations usually capitulates, which is such an she is such an institution at this point could stand up. It's the same thing as Dave Chapelle when he comes out and does fucking trans jokes. Or does whatever he wants to do is that he has fuck you money because he did four specials for Netflix for sixty five million dollars. So good in. I'll tell you what in America these days to say, what you want to say, you have to have millions of it sounds like a fucking Marxist point that I'm making is that to say what you want to say you have to have millions of dollars when someone said that to me in the nineteen nineties. It was a Ralph Nader supporter. Now, it's a person who is like skeptical of the social Justice types. Now, it's it's yeah. It's clearly in these people is that to say what I want to say, I don't have the ability to say what I say, I say something tonight. And I say fuck we should dial that back to. Why not because I'm afraid of the thing is sober separate debate the point. But I'm I'm afraid. My job in the thing is is that too generous can defend Kevin Hart because Kevin Hart is not a homophobe. I don't believe us. Did if somebody thinks that guy hates gay people come at us and Julia Reed Jovi joy Reid is still a TV Jackie made amends for making homophobic comments cheap. She made g made it when she fucking allied people said, you're right. You're right. Wishing is that piece of shit. He just doesn't she? She's sorta kinda fast admitted to some of them. And then claims some of them were hacked, it really wasn't fucking down. That you had. She got away with it. As is the short version enough. The point the macro point, though is that she still is totally in good standard. Sure. Like, she has the right politics because someone else kept Kevin Hart has no pilots someone else on wheel. Actually, this isn't. This isn't true. He doesn't have he doesn't have Trump politics is the same as having. Zoom. I would I would say so by default to the extent that you're not Konya west than you're a black, man. But it's no default presume to have left wing politics. Unless you say, why hasn't advocated for any politics that I mean, let let me tell you these right? Let me tell you if he had a maga- hat if he had not beginning away with it. No. Yeah. But we use the point of pivot to the race Paul. That's that's exactly what I was going to do. Go ahead. No, this is a total total calamity tremendous fucking disaster. Let me let me try to get some serious for a moment because this is very serious here. He goes jasmine Barnes, the seven year old young lady in Texas who was tragically and horrifically murdered in front of her mother in not a drive by shooting in the beginning appeared to be some sort of insane road rage incident a road rage incident, which immediately became the latest racial watershed her parents and various activists were convinced that this was another example of resurgent, white racism, a white man was said to have driven up beside the car and mercilessly shot at it and killed this little girl and wounded her mom who was in the hospital, and you can see these videos up mother in actually every single time. I thought about it. It was impossible to look at this and not think about my own daughter and we all have daughters. It was tragic, and it was a circle. Mm stance that became immediately political. This instance, of obvious white racism, the presumption that that is precisely what was going to be found out and the bizarre turn when two black guys turn out to be.

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