9 Burst results for "Ken Kahn"

"ken kahn" Discussed on AoS Coach

AoS Coach

03:51 min | 3 months ago

"ken kahn" Discussed on AoS Coach

"I don't bill and creates a huge emulation around the him and the both of small infiltrate communities and disciplines Will be a one thousand. Five hundred people wave. I think there is about two eight hundred people. Maybe i'm wrong about the The number rose Probably that one thousand people on for today and probably a few hundred people for gypsy mile river oversight against such as i think there will be a super bowl a lot of the ring to end the soul of against that so it will be the. How do we set Zig it's like it's a big rematch for french people and the people i saw that in the jets. I come to enor- the chat so i see the. Ym the which is beige and there would be a lot of people. I think from france belgium. This communities are really close and probably people from germany and so but it will be probably one of the big students that will take place in friends on involved in dolph shambles Twenty biggest cmap event a from. Because i don't remember on philemon. That's what that big before. That sounds also i. I hope it all goes well I have strata. We have Ken kahn which is al pilgrimage and We have much like what you're talking about. It has lots of different systems. And you know you can play forty k. And seek mar and bolts action and not the age whatever game And a k seek. Mars always the biggest at that event which is also money. Two hundred and forty players just before covid hit was out biggest events so nfl nicotine used to grow. Continues to grow I think for the americans who might be watching these other people other than americans but the thing. The connor surprised me. When i went to europe was how close all the countries off is 'cause in australia. I can fly many hours. And i haven't even left my region many hours and i haven't left my region or i could drive twelve hours that i haven't crossed the border yet but in in europe it's so quick to get between the different regions. You can go to germany. You can go to easily. Multi can go to spain to portugal like says and it's cheap as well like the to to fly is very very cheap so yes some. It's awesome you can get these coaches coming in like you said belgium for example When normally like an australian. It's like ninety nine point seven percent our stralia in a couple of key ways might come over a cherry tomato the in your case but just yes as fun factory I did my first two annand. Not in france but in benjamin because he just two hours of End the we just begin with a free over friends and we went and twelve hours later. We way on a in bedroom Their way on the one at the beginning of last year Benjamin fringe communities and marginality french. Speaking communities are really close..

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"ken kahn" Discussed on AoS Coach

AoS Coach

03:58 min | 5 months ago

"ken kahn" Discussed on AoS Coach

"Can i eat is the courage and we are talking all things Lauds and this is surprisingly when i looked at my channel how few shows of actually donald. Ko so That that had to be rectified. And i do have out good friend sky. Pirate niece sky admiral. The what do you call yourself. These days This is ken. Crawl all men men who needs no introduction guy knows. Koa like the back of his hand. Bit what do you call yourself these days. I think they call me Down down under the nail on the coast lemon the thunder down on the cane krahn dominant. Who has has played character overloid since diwan unlike most people who shelved them when they were in the crappy stage assisted you persistent. You did really well. You took them almost to the grand final of ken kahn. Which was at the time. Two hundred to twenty players. Considering these a character overloads worst be shutout to use someone who knows the saami while it's the army. I started the game with it's it's it's it's the like what we saw neo essence the army that i wanna keep doing basically. I've gotten distracted with side projects but ko my main focus. Always why he saw me because for me. I don't understand the peel of keio. I i look at this. And i go. I look really extinct. Punked konig i. I'm not into that type of thing. So let's set the scene. Let's imagine i was a new player. Also on who was looking getting to keio because the powell because i liked wolves because i know why are you keeping you in his army. I mean just it's mostly. It's just the models like the boats. Basically it's the boats a love votes. I love flying contraptions in playing the magic tech and steam punk So you give me an army style. With the main focus is giant airships with balloons and both sides coming off a little crew hanging a. You can see a guy painting the side and you can see a guy on the top beyond the closeness like it's just the entire aesthetic and you've got the the the steam suits and here's why you're just apply. You just absolutely love the aesthetic. She loved to play style. And you make it work. It's just Sometimes you can play. 'em lamb just out of a book. Whatever works i'll make. i'll make them. I'll make something happen. Yeah i look you know. They're very interesting on me right. They the very schutte They don't have a lot of malet. The obviously transported something that really. Nobody else has sick ma. You've got some very interesting kind of aesthetics. It's very unique to the coyotes. The love them or you hate them. You fought there is very little middle ground. These avi And may they work. They really don't work. You're infra bad time. I understand on on on the on the On the battlefield. There's a lot of people have very mixed with the you love me. You hate him if you're standing on one side of them. It's usually good if you if you have on saving end of a bad double ton. It's it's a pretty negative player experience like cookie spot just i. It's a good army but it's sometimes too good to talk to me where they stayed in current metal..

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"ken kahn" Discussed on Lovush

Lovush

04:33 min | 7 months ago

"ken kahn" Discussed on Lovush

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"ken kahn" Discussed on That's a Thing?!

That's a Thing?!

13:22 min | 2 years ago

"ken kahn" Discussed on That's a Thing?!

"It's exam week. And I'm dying so mom, is doing all the work for me. What's on the table, mom? Well, I was thinking that Canada day is coming, and I'm worried that you are not getting enough, Canadian culture. What are you talking about? I watched five episodes of Murdoch mysteries every night to laugh at it. Okay. Well, we are going to get into the whole Murdoch mysteries thing. But I was thinking that I grew up in the age of Ken Khan, and I feel like that's not a thing for you. And so I'm wondering if that's true. And I'm also wondering if that's. Problem could you tell me what can con- is small? Can-canada short for Canadian content. And it is the rules that we have in Canada to protect our cultural industries from American hegemony. Definitely were king. Well, I think it's one of those things like how imagine how much worse it would be if we didn't have those things. Worse. Or, or how much less Canadian anyway. So, like there's reasons for where we are this little mouse beside the big elephant of the United States. Right. The American culture is very loud, and dominating, and also because of condoms, scale, lots of it is, is really good. And so it's hard for. Other countries to make sure that their citizens are watching their stories and not just soaking up America all the time. Okay. But is the content good. That's what we'll talk about some using some isn't and we'll, we'll talk about that a little bit. So we're going to I'm going to tell you some of the ways that can con- has intersected with my life was like when I was your age and younger and I wanna know what it's like for you. But I, maybe could insert some Canadian content into this podcast by reading an ad. A could this episode of thing is to you by the Edmonton community foundation? The ec- makes all kinds of good things happen, our community and it also makes the well endowed podcasts, my favorite podcasts name, nobody will ever beat it, which explores the impact of passionate people who are working to make Edmonton strong vibrance that eat eleven my favorite podcast, clung upped, nobody will ever beat it. Usually, I love anything that represents Edmonton artists, and activists and people so up forty seven is a launch of a new series created by hunter Jacqueline cardinal called it takes a community in, which hunter interviews, prominent Edmund Tony's, and the people who have shaped their journey. Listen and subscribe at the well, endowed, podcast dot com. Phonetically as you wanna meet you did. And you also read it in all caps. Like I wrote it in the script. It thing you do in radio, scoops anyway. All right. So let's start with Ken Khan, and music. So these rules came into effect for the radio in nineteen seventy-one, which is one year after I was born. So this has been my reality for my whole life. For like, might auditory reality. So at that time twenty five percent of airplay on the radio had to be Canadian music, and that was increased to thirty percent in the nineteen eighties and thirty five percent in nineteen ninety nine and with Kapadia says that now if you wanna get a license for a radio station in Canada. You actually have to play forty percent Canadian music I did not realize it was that high. That's almost a half of all music has to be Canadian. Are there that many Canadian musician? I'm not saying that to me, whereas small population compared to like our size that I feel like there might be that many of. As a matter of fact, there is enough, Canadian musicians to more than fill that, but they're all Drake. Well, if you listen to the radio, you would think so. Right. Because that's one of the things there's rules that there's a quota but doesn't say who you have to play. And so what tends to happen is that the that bands that are already popular anyway. Regardless of Cancun rules, get played a lot an and these rules don't actually help little independent guys who need some airplay in order to become, you know, popular enough to be able to do music all the time. How these rules ever helped small independent little guys. I think. I think where it most manifests itself is in one hit wonders. So I and you are big fan of one hit wonder Allah, g. Right. I'm a moderate fan of one hit wonder. I think that there have been Canadian bands who have benefited from one hit wonder all g where they had to get played on Canadian radio because of Ken, Kahn rules. And for some reason that song hit, and then and they were able to make a career basically off that one song. Yes. 'cause we definitely needed the career of snow to happen. Definitely needed to be. I'm not saying that benefits of these, like the all the good intentions policy has negative consequences. Anyway, that's yeah. So you're right like that. There's good consequences. Bad consequences of these rules. I do think that it ended up, exposing me to more Canadian music than I otherwise would have heard partly because of the nature of how do you hear music? How do you hear popular music in my childhood, which was either my parents records or cassettes, or the radio, you poor? Poor children. And let me just add to my sad story, not only just the radio, but I grew up in Edson. So we couldn't get most radio stations that were playing in the city's. So we could listen to CBC or why already owes CJ. Why are an an Epson and it played middle of the road hits. Adult contemporary think is what they call that now. And the same, you know thirty percent can con- all the time. I everything about this so much Kate. I'm going to go into a little tangent for me for a second came when I was like twelve I really liked the kissing country radio station because it played Christmas music during Christmas. That's the only reason, but then, like I just listened to that on the radio, all the time I still have them songs memorized, because they'd play the same one five times because the only thing worse than trying to like, look into like the Canadian part of the like pop market is the country market there so much less. So there are Canadian country. Are there are Canadian countries stars and the same rules apply? Some of them are international successes anyway. So in my childhood, and Murray would be an example of that. Have you heard of her? Nope. Really completely clueless. And murray. I don't even know how that would be spell. And with any like. Anyway, she was like pop. But also, she had some crossover country heads. Okay, more recently in IOT twain, I've heard the name I thought she was American time, and she her producer was not, not Canadian, but European and anyway. So these kinds of acts could get to qualify as can con-, even though they were played on the radio because they were international sensations, not necessarily because they were can't con- but there would have been other people played. And there still are other people played even on our country stations that are there because they're Canadian and they probably it's, it's good that they get some airplay, because it would be hard. It's hard to break into kind of like Nashville type things. Otherwise, yeah. But are they good at news it? Well, this is hard for you, and I to talk about right because we don't actually have popular tastes. Like we don't like the top forty of any era that we exist in. Right. But I can still recognize when the top forty is spectacularly bad. Okay. To say I know the difference between tolerable Taylor. Song and an Mahorn Taylor swift song. Right. But even even her worst music is makes her lots of money, right? Like so she is she can be popular without being artistically satisfying to the likes of you. To the legs, anybody. But clearly not she wouldn't have a career if she wasn't selling lots of music and selling out stadiums. Okay. Okay. You know, how people like hate click on news articles because they have like an inflammatory opinion. That's her last three outcomes. It is anyway, that's not get too bogged down in Taylor swift. Okay, song quiz, you about some bands of my youth, and that will be bit of jumping off point to for me to talk to you about how can con- made her. What are didn't make them Loverboy? Nope. No. This is like a seventies early eighties type rock band and kind of the same as every rock band that would have been out there, but they managed to be popular, partly because of Cancun roles. I think anyway, maybe they wouldn't think that, but I do. Burton cummings. No, I expect you to know this. Burn Cummings was part of a really popular Canadian group called the guests who in the late sixties and early seventies. And then he had a solo career and his kind of music, was definitely the kind of thing that would play a lot on CJ warr and the seventies and early eighties. The poppy family note. No, so as we are walking into the studio today and unit Biko co working the downtown farmers market. Is on hundred and th street again, which is odd because they were moving and you can find out more about that in the story tapper wrote about this recently. But anyway, the busker in the middle in the intersection of a hundred and four street and second avenue was playing a poppy family song. And it was called or yeah. Seasons in the sun, which just amazed me that this song would have so long legs than a bus ker in twenty nineteen would be playing it. And it's also a terrible terrible terrible song. I mean to be fair. He's playing it for the people at the farmer's market. And I feel like he's kinda chosen his marks a little bit. Well, yeah. And there is a there's an established in this old Cancun too, right? Because it is exactly the kind of music that people of a certain age, I e people in their forties, and fifties would remember, so I don't know if that's good or bad. But that is the thing it's. Well, it's not bad. It's not sustainable. Maybe I don't know. We'll see. I mean he's still the poppy family is apparently still able to get royalties for these terrible songs from forty years ago. So Bryan Adams. Familiar. But I don't know anything beyond that I've heard that name before. So he's had an amazingly, long career as a rock guy kinda Canada's Bruce Springsteen maybe set a reference that makes any sense to, you know, you're so young..

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"ken kahn" Discussed on Talk Is Jericho

Talk Is Jericho

03:34 min | 2 years ago

"ken kahn" Discussed on Talk Is Jericho

"Why did it never happen with the hip, don't own? Yeah. They didn't want. Yeah, you know, it seemed like they, you know, we're all gonna for them to break somewhere else that we want it. Yeah, you know, but me, I think having the ability to play stadiums in Canada. And you know, be this enormous rockstar, but then be able to go play clubs busy like that. I wouldn't need experience that could be to have the both worlds happening at once and for Canadians. Like to imagine sing like your favorite, like gigantic something huge like Metallica or whatever. And like swing, you know, when you're in the states, you see mistake Deums, but soon, the cross upon you can go watch them in a two hundred person venue, you know, it'd be like right of close like what a crazy experience of, you know. And if you thinking for financial standpoint, I mean, let's be honest, every frigging Ted song on the radio, every rock station across the country, is, is a hip song, you know, that I have on the car to come pick him up to come here and poets started playing. They go right on the radio. They're they're publishing the royalties. You know, the gigs the Murray, they probably were multimillionaires just from Canada loan, which is so rare. But once again, this is the biggest band in Canadian history bigger than rush in candidate. Sure. Agree with that. Yeah. I mean, rush, maybe the album sales are comparable, but it isn't they aren't embraced like this. It isn't a Russia's still more of like a like a musicians band. Yeah. Yeah. Dudes ban to a lot of. These bad is absolutely teenagers. Yep old guys whatever in between. Like everybody knows the tragically hip. Me in the car with the young fellow, Dr amusement we rebounded. That's all they're an interesting comparison is just just on Reno years ago. I heard Tony Kornheiser talking and he was talking about with Michael wilbon. He was talking about going to see a hockey game and he said, you know what? I'd never been to a hockey game before. But he's like, I will now say that is the best in arena sport that there, there is like there's just something about it when you're in the arena, and you're there, live watching it, but he had to go there to get that it didn't translate on the television didn't translate in the newspaper. It didn't whatever you know, if the ban might be the same they, they came to the states to play and they, you know, I'm not gonna say all the tickets were bought up by Canadians. But, you know, maybe just enough people didn't get out to see them and they weren't played on the radio because they're not mandated to be played on the radio in the states. Like they are here. There's a thing, Ken Kahn, which is a government law that you have to play a certain percentage of Canady. Music on Canadian trying. So I mean they definitely got a break there, that they're not gonna get down down south no matter who's marketing for them or or managing them. So, you know, I it makes you wonder they're they're similar to hockey in that way. I think there's a lot of Canadians that are like I don't understand what hockey is the number one game in the world. How a soccer the most, you know, game hockey is great, but enough people, don't you know, they don't see it whether there's not a Rina's in their cities or whatever your point to raise on those to my two. There might have been a little bit of a prejudice against the because they're so big in Canada. Sure. Like, oh, here's the Canadian. It's a Canadian thing you know what I mean. Like I think that could be people might talk themselves out of it, because while they're playing arenas in Canada. But they can't play anything but clubs here. So it must just be anything. Let's not even bother. You know what I mean? Yeah. I think so there is a huge Canadian thing attached to it. Like Neil young doesn't carry like a the, the Canadian. That's right. A young. Doesn't either..

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"ken kahn" Discussed on The Worldshapers

The Worldshapers

15:34 min | 2 years ago

"ken kahn" Discussed on The Worldshapers

"To the world shapers conversations with science fiction fantasy on loose. About the creative process. Your host, and this episode guest. Welcome to another episode of the world, shapers conversations sides, fiction and fantasy authors about the creative process. I am your host Edward Willett, and before we get started with today's great interview with air. Clint I have a couple of special things for this episode. First of all, I am very pleased and proud to announce that the world shapers has been shortlisted for a twenty nineteen Aurora award by the Canadian science fiction fantasy association. This is a fan voted on award similar to the Hugo awards in the United States, and the world shapers has been short-listed in the category of best fan related work. So very excited about that. The awards will be presented at Ken Kahn in auto in mid October. You can check out that convention. It can hyphen con dot org. And if you are in that area, it's a great convention..

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"ken kahn" Discussed on Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ

Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ

01:51 min | 2 years ago

"ken kahn" Discussed on Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ

"Gus all right. So if we can't believe that the Lakers are where they are. What is the Braun think about where they are? We're getting to that. Next guy's you know, what it is today. This is a real deep down LA oldie cherry pie. But anyway, it's national pi day. They don't mean the actual pieds three point one four four four four. Yeah. The date. Yeah. But that makes us want to put up a poll Travis about and even though Rogers in here, we're still gonna put up Rogers poll and Janice from our social media department's gonna help us from the Tommy department Janicki there. But what is today's Raja's poll up on the Twitter's so today on Twitter at ESPN, Los Angeles. We have what is your favorite kind of pie is apple hump -ken Kahn or cherry so out of that list would be three. No three of those are good to one for me. Just apple. That's it. Not the comp do become posh vote for apple. Pumpkin. Key only apple. Yup. Yup. Compo? It'll be sweet potato pecan. I'll do the con- pies off the charts. Good Travis off just a quick question. I saw your people in day restaurant. Your people would redo that. It was getting apple pie with a slice of cheddar cheese on. Yeah. So that's school is it. Yeah. And it's pretty awesome, by the way. Yes. So I look if we're if we're going by I'm going ice cream on my pie out a little more traditional, but really super old school is a slice of cheddar cheese. Heated up on the on the hot pie mouth on that. Yes. Mild cheddar, sharp sharp sharp cheddar on the pie. They do. Vote at ESPN, Los Angeles Rogers poll always brought to you by Buffalo Wild Wings,.

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"ken kahn" Discussed on Q: The Podcast from CBC Radio

Q: The Podcast from CBC Radio

02:17 min | 3 years ago

"ken kahn" Discussed on Q: The Podcast from CBC Radio

"Okay good day while the great white north on bob mackenzie this my brother dog how's it going wool did you hear about what you can tell okay here about the guy who like was over the beeri went drink and then to the stupid thing looking in the bottle and well there's real real mouths well i guess it was dead right drown for your and drunk to head a smile on its face say died drunk driving but you know what the guy got tell them a whole case of beer right so our topic today is how to stuff amounts into a beer bottle without without breaking it right so that they'll look at it and give you case and not thinking hosting by by deliberately stuffing one any it's like ship building in a bottle okay you mentioned dave thomas that was dave thomas and rick moranis playing the infamous bob and doug mckenzie on tv i recently learned to to my surprise that those two characters came about as kind of time crunched response to a demand for more ken kahn the network wanted was actually cbc because we eventually ended up on the cbc after a you know two or three years of being on global and tv and edmonton and the cbc's suggested to me that the show needed some sort of canadian content which sort of did make a lot of sense because it aiding content show all the actors in canada it's correct literally did you won't mounties as or you know back bacon one guy does that mean so i took that frustration back to the writer's room and dave and rick believe happened to be there and they quickly came up with bob and doug mckenzie and it became you're right a two minute filler and in the us in the us at i was not particularly you know didn't think it was that they couldn't get it you know on nbc that we stuck with it and obviously what happened is became a phenomenon and a movie and record album you know quite extraordinary and you bring up the us setv was the first canadian.

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"ken kahn" Discussed on Q: The Podcast from CBC Radio

Q: The Podcast from CBC Radio

01:36 min | 3 years ago

"ken kahn" Discussed on Q: The Podcast from CBC Radio

"That night to see audience members throwing up they probably ticket took it personally if i know most performers yes in fact i believe somebody threw up on dave thomas's shoes and he still came back for more i still reminds me of that let's listen to another clip from the show okay good date welcome to the great white north go okay good day while the great white north on bob mackenzie this my brother doug how's it going oh did you hear about what well you can tell okay here about the guy who like was over the beer and like went drink and then to the stupid thing looking in the bottle and well there's real real mouse i guess it was dead right drown and drunk to die head a smile on its face it died food drunk driving in the bond but you know what the guy got tell him a whole case of beer right so our topic today is how to stuff amounts into a beer bottle without without breaking it right so that they will look at it and give you a case and not thinking you hosting by by deliberately stuffing one any it's like ship building in a bottle okay you mentioned dave thomas that was dave thomas and rick moranis playing the infamous bob and doug mckenzie on setv i recently learned to to my surprise that those two characters came about as kind of a time crunched response to a demand for more ken kahn the network.

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