35 Burst results for "LEO"

Are the Rittenhouse Prosecutors Really Dumb or Really Bad?

The Dan Bongino Show

01:53 min | Last week

Are the Rittenhouse Prosecutors Really Dumb or Really Bad?

"Obviously we're all still waiting for a verdict in the rittenhouse case No no news I have nothing new to report We discussed in the beginning of the show and then in the second hour with a terrific guest the great Leo Terrell is a also a host on KABC one of our favorite radio stations one of our blowtorch stations out in Los Angeles We're always happy to be on there Leo's on there too But Leo came on We were talking about all the prosecutorial either miss feasts or malfeasance I don't know what it is The prosecutor and the written house cases he just really dumb or just really bad And the answer is I don't know Possibly a blend of both I mean between implying that the invocation of the Fifth Amendment right to remain silent is somehow an indication of guilt which is law school one O one orientation stuff It is not an indication of anything You have the right to remain silent A lot of people take advantage of it for all kinds of reasons because if you read your Miranda rights anything you say can and will be used against you So most people say well I'm not saying any of this mean they're guilty The prosecutor in the written House case apparently didn't know that Not measuring the barrel of the rifle yet charging him with a short barreled rifle possession charged despite not measuring that darn rifle is another one of those things that makes you shake your head And then yesterday sending over a video of substandard quality to the defense attorney while keeping a high resolution copy of the video for yourself and then blaming an air drop malfunction because the defense attorney had an Android rather than an iPhone is just I mean clown car stuff It's a case where the kid's life is at stake So we're gonna keep our eyes on that But again no new news to report

Leo Terrell Kabc LEO Rittenhouse Los Angeles Miranda House
Lawyer Leo Terrell Sounds Off on the Kyle Rittenhouse Trial

The Dan Bongino Show

01:28 min | Last week

Lawyer Leo Terrell Sounds Off on the Kyle Rittenhouse Trial

"Leo you're really great legal mind You know the fox audience loves you whenever your name gets mentioned and go crazy It's 'cause you have really good takes on this You know the law is bedrock in some sense of morality Morality is supposed to be embedded into the culture Sadly the media's turned this into a spectacle rather than a trial I made the case from the start I like your take on it This was never a case The elements of the crime never even met reasonable suspicion Forget about probable cause and beyond a reasonable doubt there would no this should have never been charged ever There was nothing there and do you think that's just because the media pressure in the prosecutor kind of fell in the trap what do you think was behind that Well Dan you're a man of fact I always listen to your show and you're absolutely right This case was filed within 48 hours That's way too quick I'm talking about this is a political trial that left wanted this to be manufactured into some type of white supremacist case in which rittenhouse had a valid lawsuit but this case should have never been trial And guess what America is learning the true facts of this case in the courtroom And everyone is basically said the lawyers who are looking at this case objectively have all said this is a clear cut self defense and the prosecution has made a fool of itself Prosecution Dan should be interested in justice not conviction Yeah this is a state prosecutor Leo He's not a private defense attorney or litigator He's supposed to be working on behalf of the state and it was clearly not in the state's best interest to charge his kid with a crime despite the elements

LEO DAN Rittenhouse America
How Spanish Composers Influrnced Latin America

Classics for Kids

02:03 min | 2 months ago

How Spanish Composers Influrnced Latin America

"After christopher columbus made his first trip across the atlantic ocean spain and other european countries began to colonize the americas. Spanish music had a big influence on latin american music. And so did the music of the enslaved people who were brought over from africa one of the first places columbus landed in fourteen. Ninety two was cuba. Nineteenth century violinist. Jose white lafitte had a spanish father and an afro-cuban mother whites composition that they yaqoob ana the beautiful. Cuban uses dance rhythms from haiti and the dominican republic on the island of hispaniola twentieth century. Cuban composer and missile. The owner was a pianist. That's lik wound up performing his most famous piece. My leg ania which is a spanish dance. Kunas family was full of musicians including his great nephew. Leo brouwer leo. Brouwer was guitarist until he hurt his right hand even after he had to stop playing. He kept on composing in fourteen. Ninety three columbus landed on the island. We call puerto rico spanish for rich port. The taino people who originally lived there called it. Land of the great lords in their language voted ken. Which is the title of this piece by. Puerto rican composer. Roberto ever

Jose White Lafitte Yaqoob Ana Christopher Columbus Atlantic Ocean Americas Kunas Columbus Spain Leo Brouwer Hispaniola Cuba Dominican Republic Africa Haiti Brouwer Puerto Rico KEN Puerto Rican Roberto
Justice for J6 Rally Has Peaceful Turnout

Leo Laporte

00:27 sec | 2 months ago

Justice for J6 Rally Has Peaceful Turnout

Joe Biden Lied About Mandating Vaccines

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:01 min | 2 months ago

Joe Biden Lied About Mandating Vaccines

"Remember joe biden said no. I don't think that vaccine should be mandatory demand it to be mandatory. Let's go to cut eighty four. I don't think it should be mandatory. I wouldn't demand mandatory. But i do everything in my power. I don't think mask have to be made mandatory nationwide now. Of course he contradicted himself and he was lying. But according to the bible the left which is the prince by machiavelli the promise given was a necessity of the past. The word broken necessity. The president nicole. Leo nicole machiavelli. The prince perfectly justifiable to talk out of both sides of your mouth in fact a famous french foreign minister famously said about lying. He said we were given speech to hide our thoughts. Not as aristotle would say that we are the speaking beings to actually communicate our thoughts honestly precisely. He said that we were given speech to hide our thoughts.

Joe Biden Leo Nicole Machiavelli Machiavelli Nicole
What to Expect at the Apple iPhone 13 Event

The Tech Guy

00:43 sec | 2 months ago

What to Expect at the Apple iPhone 13 Event

"Tomorrow as the crow flies. Apple will Do an event iphone thirteen year. Probably four models have already been kind of revealed at the fcc. So what would that be a thirteen thirteen pro thirteen pro max and a thirteen mini. That's my guess. We should also hear about new air pod pros these third version of those air pods This time with silicone tips. Wow maybe new apple watch to. There's a pretty good likelihood of apple watch series seven. That may be hard to get at first because of a chip shortages there. You haven't.

Apple FCC
Locast Shutting Down After Losing Court Battle With TV Networks

The Tech Guy

02:08 min | 3 months ago

Locast Shutting Down After Losing Court Battle With TV Networks

"Low caste was a solution that let you watch your local channels over the internet. So if you didn't live near enough to the big city to get the channels but you were in the what they call the area of dominant influence the of that market as we are. We're about fifty miles north of san francisco too far for anything but antenna on one hundred foot masts to get the Get reception so that's why you know cable does well out here in the boonies in the suburbs in the burbs And of course those are the two constituencies really liked this idea of low caste because i could just fire up low-caste dot org and watch my local stations without an antenna without A cost and the rationale was. We'll hey they're broadcasting for free it's ad-supported why the heck not so the first company to try this. Remember the areo. Their excuse was they had a little dime sized antennas and every subscriber had their own antenna. So all they were doing is putting that intent ten on the internet supreme court. Shut that down mighty fast. That was it for area. So low caste thought. Well we got another loophole. This is a new tradition. It's kind of interesting You don't like the rules. The laws of the land. You try to sneak in through the side door. It's actually a the great american pastime. Probably great human pastime gaming the system right. there's a system. There's some rules but they don't apply to me. How can we get around those rules. Let's figure out a way to get around. So what low. Caste thought was in fact there right. If you're a nonprofit if you don't profit off of this in others. I just did. Leo's internet thing. If for free set up a tower got the reception and then put it on the internet. Made sure that only people in that area could see it. That would be legal

San Francisco Supreme Court LEO
Marvel's 1st Asian Superhero Gets the Full Blockbuster Treatment in 'Shang-Chi'

the NewsWorthy

00:32 sec | 3 months ago

Marvel's 1st Asian Superhero Gets the Full Blockbuster Treatment in 'Shang-Chi'

"For the very first time. A marvel movie is coming out about an asian american superhero chunky. And the legend of the ten rings is set. Some time after the last two vendors movies it starves. Chinese canadian actors. Seem you leo. Most of the rest of the cast is of east asian descent as well marvel studios says it's creative teams made sure the characters and themes were authentic and not racial stereotypes to do this. They worked with organizations like gold house. That represents americans in hollywood shonky is being released today in theaters only then in forty five days. It'll be available on disney. Plus

Marvel Studios LEO Hollywood Disney
EU Agency Advises Against Using Search & Browsing History for Credit Scores

The Tech Guy

01:37 min | 3 months ago

EU Agency Advises Against Using Search & Browsing History for Credit Scores

"European agency advises against using search and browsing history for credit scores. What search and browsing history for credit scores. People must be doing that or they wouldn't be saying shouldn't do it. It should not be used for the assessment of credit scores and credit worthiness comes from the european data protection. Supervisor they The edps considers that inferring customers. Credit risk from data such as search corey data or online browsing activities cannot be reconciled with the principles of purpose limitation fairness fairness and transparency as. Well as read they just throwing words in now. As well as revellers relevance adequacy proportionality of data processing a lot of words therefore the edps european data protection supervisor. That's me recommends. Explicitly extending the prohibition to search gray data or online browsing activities are financial and credit services. Looking at our search records are social media posts. That's scary. That's scary. So i you know. I don't know if they're if they're just saying well don't do it in case you're thinking of it or if they're saying people are doing this you should stop but it's that's a good idea that's a good idea. I guess it's probably the case you know as if they could they would and i guess they can

Study: 100,000 More U.S. COVID-19 Deaths Projected for 2021

Leo Laporte

00:22 sec | 3 months ago

Study: 100,000 More U.S. COVID-19 Deaths Projected for 2021

"Study says the U. S is projected to have nearly 100,000 more covid 19 deaths before the end of the year. Researchers at the University of Washington project that Covid Dev's will rise to around 1400 a day next month, then start to slowly go down. Health experts say the projected death toll could be cut in half if nearly everyone wore a mask in public

Covid Dev U. University Of Washington
Actor Ed Asner, TV's Blustery Lou Grant, Dies at 91

Leo Laporte

00:14 sec | 3 months ago

Actor Ed Asner, TV's Blustery Lou Grant, Dies at 91

"Actor Ed Asner has died, his family says A 91 year old was best known for his character, Lou Grant on the Mary Tyler Moore Show in Santa Claus in the holiday Classic movie Elf. He died surrounded by loved ones. Asner was 91.

Ed Asner Lou Grant Mary Tyler Moore Santa Claus Asner
Samsung Galaxy Z Flip 3 Review: You Can't Hate This Foldable

The Tech Guy

00:54 sec | 3 months ago

Samsung Galaxy Z Flip 3 Review: You Can't Hate This Foldable

"Look what. I got a little phone. It's a little teensy-weensy folding fun. Look at that. Oh that's cool. That is the Galaxy flip three. I think that's what i think. That's what samsung calls it Nice little thing. You know what. I've had the other folding phones couple of them including the galaxy fold last year's galaxy fold and this is a new galaxy flip three that samsung introduced. And you know. I kind of get the idea of a folding phone because it just folds up to the littlest little pocket square that you could put almost anywhere. I think that's part of the appeal of this is that you could You could do it in your. You can do it in your pocket and you could do it in your purse. You could put it in your jeans pocket. You could put pretty much

Samsung
Samsung Galaxy Z Flip 3 Review: You Can't Hate This Foldable

The Tech Guy

00:54 sec | 3 months ago

Samsung Galaxy Z Flip 3 Review: You Can't Hate This Foldable

"Look what. I got a little phone. It's a little teensy-weensy folding fun. Look at that. Oh that's cool. That is the Galaxy flip three. I think that's what i think. That's what samsung calls it Nice little thing. You know what. I've had the other folding phones couple of them including the galaxy fold last year's galaxy fold and this is a new galaxy flip three that samsung introduced. And you know. I kind of get the idea of a folding phone because it just folds up to the littlest little pocket square that you could put almost anywhere. I think that's part of the appeal of this is that you could You could do it in your. You can do it in your pocket and you could do it in your purse. You could put it in your jeans pocket. You could put pretty much

Samsung
OnlyFans Pulls a Tumblr

Techmeme Ride Home

02:10 min | 3 months ago

OnlyFans Pulls a Tumblr

"Only fans announced late yesterday that it will be prohibiting users from posting any quote sexually explicit conduct unquote starting in october but will continue to allow nude photos and videos on the platform. So i guess that conduct word is key there now number one if the reaction on twitter is indicative of anything only fans is way more popular than i thought because everyone was freaking out about this last night number two. Remember when tumbler band porn. How did that work out for them. Number three. I didn't mention it this week but there were rumors floating around earlier this week. That only fans was struggling to find investors possibly due to hosting adult content a pitch deck that was circulating for only fans to attempt to raise money showed that the company was predicting five point. Nine billion dollars in gross merchandise value in twenty twenty one and one point two billion dollars in net revenue so they were looking for some financing that would value them above a billion dollars in aid of probably going public sometime in the near future. Quoting axios the rain group. A merchant bank focused on tech and telecom. This past spring began helping only fans to solicit investors several deep-pocketed firms quickly past not even engaging in serious due diligence. The money it's hoping to raise with partially cash out majority owner and porn. Mogul leo radinsky. While providing management with what one venture capitalist calls more legitimacy by the numbers any other company with growth like only fans would be able to raise big money in a matter of minutes in short only fans has a porn problem even though it never once mentions porn in it's pitch deck something that multiple investors called disingenuous some. Vc funds are prohibited from investing in content per limited partnership agreements. Several investors are concerned about minors creating subscription accounts. Although the company says it has controls in place to prevent that some investors say they could get past the porn but worry that the company's reputation would prevent it from attracting brand partners despite this week announcing a safer work product that features it's growing number of clothed

Leo Radinsky Twitter
"leo" Discussed on Year of the Peer with Leo Bottary

Year of the Peer with Leo Bottary

04:28 min | 3 months ago

"leo" Discussed on Year of the Peer with Leo Bottary

"Co so we encourage you to go and check that out You'll see everything that leo is about and doing the stuff that we are jointly trying to do is we push our agenda. Our evangelism of this notion that the power of weei begins with me so good to be back online bringing another show. Yeah began to each of us right so right now. Totally great to Great to be here. You know one of the things. That i've been intrigued with lately and i've actually been using Quite a bit in the workshops because it provides people and understanding you know oftentimes when we talk about the this five factor framework for innovation right which we know is the right people psychological safety productivity accountability leadership. It's interesting the more you talk about. Psychological safety drill into it a little bit more. You recognize how leaders tend to shy away from this notion of creating psychological safety. Because somehow they believe it's gonna compromise their culture of accountability. That they're just gonna make everybody comfortable. Make everyone oh we can talk about anything and everything's feeling good but no one's accountable anymore and actually you couldn't be further from the truth. You actually the higher your psychological safety the more likely. You're going to have a healthy culture accountability and gordon. Great example of it was about three weeks ago. I had a ceo who said to me you know one of my direct reports and this was in the context of gert rights or other. Ceo's who this person really well there and says yeah you know. This person just doesn't take ownership of the department in the way that i need them to and you can see some of the to smile a little bit like they know why and of a sudden we get into a little bit in asking him some questions about it and of course we determined that the person who reports to him has no psychological safety at all. So what is it you scared to death to make a move to try to take any initiative to take that kind of ownership that the ceo wants to take so you know what he needed to do was actually buy into this idea. That i've in in has to begin with him to sit yo to really take an initiative to create a level of psychological. Safety will allow him to do his job and actually take the kind of ownership over it. The ceo wants him to take anyway because he knows he's got the ability to do it but he didn't have the freedom to do it and this is why you know when when we look at that reinforcing loop of right people you can have the greatest people in the whole world but if you're gonna put them in a box if you're going to make him be feel afraid to ask questions are dumb questions but maybe there's no such thing as you don't question right. Just just ask the question. They need of anyone to do their job or to contribute ideas or to challenge the process of challenge the leader for that matter. If it's all about the purpose of whatever it is your team or your company's trying to do you know so that is really come to light. Interestingly enough in recent weeks months. And because of that i put together a piece for ceo world which shine a light on the learning zone which was actually from amy edmonson szwarc from harvard. Business school. and. So you. And i talked about this to by two in the past. I think i've yep. Yeah so basically what it does is. It shows the relationship between psychological safety and accountability. So if you can imagine you know a two by two right. We have our big square with our cut into four blocks and on the left hand side. We have zero on the lower left..

leo gert gordon Ceo amy edmonson szwarc harvard
T-Mobile Looking Into Potential Hack of Data on 100 Million Customers

The Tech Guy

01:55 min | 3 months ago

T-Mobile Looking Into Potential Hack of Data on 100 Million Customers

"Hackers claim That they have t. Mobile account information for over one hundred million people that they got access to the t. mobile services servers. They weren't properly secured. There are now by the way the hacker say and by the way they must have found us because we can't get any more but we got one hundred million records and they're offering them for sale actually It's quite expensive if you wanna to buy it If you want a third of the total trove it'll cost you six bitcoin. That's about a quarter of a million dollars thereabouts. What it but this is why. It's so valuable if this is true. T. mobile says we're investigating. They don't know yet. Yeah we're investigating. They didn't they diet. But the data for one hundred million t mobile customers includes. Oh yeah sure phone. Numbers names physical addresses the. Im me i number for your phone. But it also contains social security numbers driver's license information motherboard. Which is a really good reliable tech. Plop from vice dot com says. They've seen samples of the data and confirm they contain accurate information on t. mobile customers. The item is being sold on a hacker form t mobile usa. Full customer info T mobile said we are aware of claims made in an underground form of inactivity investigating there for liberty. We do not have any additional information to share at this time. This a little nerve wracking. Because of course it's one thing to get your phone number and your name and address okay. But if they've got your social driver's license information there's nothing to stop these guys from taking credit cards and your name and all sorts of stuff. This is a bit of a mess for the old team.

T. Mobile USA
Hundreds gather outside of Tucson Medical Center protesting mandatory vaccines - KOLD

Leo Laporte

00:17 sec | 3 months ago

Hundreds gather outside of Tucson Medical Center protesting mandatory vaccines - KOLD

"Demonstrations are planned in downtown L a over mandatory vaccinations. Choose Freedom March is planned for two p.m. at City Hall to protest would organizers called medical tyranny, mandatory vaccinations and vaccine passports. At one another group is planning a counter protest in support of mandatory vaccine.

City Hall
What is Fungal Overgrowth?

Dr. Jockers Functional Nutrition

02:33 min | 3 months ago

What is Fungal Overgrowth?

"Got a growing condition. Our side he called small intestinal fungal overgrowth and just in general mold and other biotoxins which are basically living organisms that that end up eating different things in our body and creating endotoxins that signal inflammation in different regions of our body. These are these are really really problematic. So mold and yeast can cause major issues including a condition called chronic immune response or chronic inflammatory response syndrome. Sirs lyme disease and other really common one viral infections in then bacterial endotoxin so certain bacteria release things like lipopolysaccharide rides l. p. s. which creates a very potent inflammatory process in our body. The reason why these things are so damaging our system is because our body is hardwired for survival. And we know that sepsis or chronic. Systemic infections have killed more people throughout the history of mankind than anything else and so the way that our body has adapted to make sure. We don't die from bacterial meningitis. For example is that we create this really potent inflammatory process whenever we feel threatened and so when it comes to mold and mold spores or yeast like candida that releases things like leo toxin and Seato outta hide And you have lime disease parrella and different things like that and the toxins that they release viruses that are damaging cells and then the l. p. s. from bacterial endotoxins reasons are released. The body says i'm under threat. That this is an organism that can kill me quickly. So i need to create this really strong inflammatory process and inflammation is the reason why as humans that you know in a sense from physiological perspective. Reason why we've been able to adapt however what we need to adapt to now is really being able to control and modulate or balance the inflammatory process from these biotoxins and so this condition of small intestinal fungal overgrowth in. It could certainly happen in a law. The large intestine as well. However it's very very common for candida in different east organisms to overgrowth different Different mold yeast like organisms. I guess you could say To over to colony in the small intestine

Chronic Immune Response Chronic Inflammatory Response Systemic Infections Leo Toxin Lyme Disease Meningitis
What Is Western Civilization and Is It Better Than Other Civilization Projects?

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:15 min | 3 months ago

What Is Western Civilization and Is It Better Than Other Civilization Projects?

"Us through first of all what is western civilization. Thank you charlie. Thanks turning point for having me ny. I'd be remiss if i didn't also thanked charlie to being a newsweek columnist. So thank you for that and yeah great to be here. You know got dinner last night. We were joking about how we can possibly talk about how to save the west thirty minutes. So let's kind of dive writer and get right to the point here. So leo strauss famously defined western civilization kind of the ever existing tension between jerusalem anathemas between the bible and between kind of greco. Roman reason if you will. I think that's a good place to start a research fellow at the edmund burke foundation. Which is your arm zones. think tank. It's a home for kind of national conservatism. And we think of the nation state. The nation state is being directly derived from the hebrew. Bible actually the tribes of israel themselves going to be the original the og nation state. If will so. I think just recovering a sense of biblical identity and the importance of the nation state. In contrast to globalism in contrast to all sorts of utopian global ideals is a good place to start so it starts with the bible truths jerusalem athens and then obviously rome as well. Which is you. Don't more my good friends territory. Of course there's a lot there and so so rob. You have an interesting perspective on this. So can you tell us what does what makes the west difference. Why is this worth preserving and dare we say is the west better than other civilization projects currently or previously. So i would define the west. An not too dissimilar from josh shared as the combination of greek philosophy roman law and judeo christian religion and What's what's special about that combination. Is this view that a man and woman are at home in the world that there is that using reason we can understand the world and because we are part of a whole that is legible whole that can be discovered using reason we can also understand what it means to be happy as a human

Charlie Edmund Burke Foundation Leo Strauss Jerusalem Newsweek Israel Athens Rome ROB Josh
"leo" Discussed on Year of the Peer with Leo Bottary

Year of the Peer with Leo Bottary

07:17 min | 4 months ago

"leo" Discussed on Year of the Peer with Leo Bottary

"That's a well and you know and the way that we view one another i am always i mean i'm not so fascinated is just but i really enjoy seeing it. I really enjoy seeing you know. Seeing people connect in ways before you know people that have worked together for long long time and yet they don't have a clue about each other and you can put them in a room you know like we're describing to really try to elevate the whole performance of the team and it's just it's kind of remarkable how the more connected that they get the power that that kind of fosters so when you mentioned about covered before and so two things one hand we talked about this many times and not even gonna get into it too much but we know the code in so many ways brought us closer together right because we started seeing paying attention or on another as full human beings more than just employees going to central workplace. But to your point earlier it also actually in most cases made the silos worse our lens into the landscape of what was going on in the rest of the company. typically did not improve. Let's put it that way. it It got a rough because there's a big effort that has to made. And i think cross functional teams. You know if they were really committed to it could do a lot to break down those barriers but And for many they're going to have to because when we go to much more remote situation right down this is where in fairness let's face it you had companies that really weren't setup to work remotely have to pivot very quickly and after figure it out in over time they realize of course while we can't our mindset in our processes in our thinking can't be the same as how we were on the office. It's kind of. We'd better rebuild this thing a little bit with some different core foundational pieces here right And so that transition is happening a lot right now. I think companies having to figure out how we go about this. We're going to stay remote or we're going to stay in a situation where most of us will be remote or maybe there's some of the no hybrid going on. What does that look like for us. Really and i think one of the big challenges There is going to be making sure in. Maybe it's not only a challenge that Yes it will be difficult to meet but maybe because it's difficult because people recognize could be worse problem than it's ever been. We may actually improve the situation right much like i hope we continue to get to know one another and consider the whole person is. We're working with our fellow employees. And maybe repre- change some of the way we think about and try to provide access in the lens into what's going on in the entire company that we won't be so cyber anymore. I think that'd be improvement. Yeah agreed. I know you got i know you have. You've got a whole lot. We both have a whole lot collectively and individually. You know coming up. I i know that you and i are both optimistic About life moving forward particularly the second half of the year but you know before we kind of dive into maybe the specific teasers that you wanna leave a talk a little bit about your your optimism moving forward and why do i feel great. I mean here. We are by the way. This is the first day of the house hearings on what happened at the capital on january sex and the incredible division. Just even around that here let alone everything that led up to it and everything that we're kind of dealing with in this country and how divisive but it's and yet constantly lake. I'm reminded about how unbelievably good and generous and amazing. The people are in how they do rally for one another and how there is an incredible commitment to our friends and neighbors and family members. And i think because of that You know i. I just think that that is going to overpower divisiveness. You know i do. And we're not so different now bridges. Not but but you know it's going to be So when i think about what's possible especially when you go into certain organization. Did you get teams. You figure out how Do they all. They all want to work together. They all wanted to be better. They all want to be associated with self identify with being with a high performing team. They want to think of themselves as a high performing contributor to that team. And you know it's just helping. People signed a path to do that. But i think deep down those people they they just want to be good and by the way the better they are the more they want to be coached to the more they wanna be the more reflective they are the more they look into the more. They expected themselves in others around them. To which is good because modelling those behaviors becomes obviously something that Can be contagious. So so that's why i feel optimistic. All right let me I'm going to throw you a month or you ball. There's been no coaching about this. By the way so he doesn't others is coming but in the in the in the vein of let's let people know because a big a big part of this show i think is just our shared humanity and we started off this episode talking about this school of autism and just the connection that we make with people. So let's let's Let's give the audience a way to connect and maybe maybe get some sense of us. Have you ever had a nickname. And if so what was it. Interestingly enough i've never had a nickname there's something about the short name of leo. It was just like that was. That was just that i was wanted a nickname. I thought that would be kind of cool and i. It's very. I wasn't maybe self imposed on now and meet neither. Except i had my my. My dad had younger brother named pete his youngest brother and he he gave everybody in nickname and he would call me rondo. My dad always called me ran short. Left the d. wile of randy. But okay do you like or dislike surprises. And why and why not gonna surprise. Yeah pence like anyway kick incident. What we're talking about. You wanna get one now. But i got you know when people and i love when people to me i think about when you get a surprise like that immediately. Think about like let's cool like i. Someone came up with the idea and they planned it or they did some. You know those kinds things. You're talking about that kind of a surprise.

autism leo rondo wile pete randy
"leo" Discussed on Year of the Peer with Leo Bottary

Year of the Peer with Leo Bottary

04:51 min | 6 months ago

"leo" Discussed on Year of the Peer with Leo Bottary

"Mean you name it. I mean there's so many Military personnel. I mean people can find it difficult to get jobs because They're not even part of that pool. And i think a lot better about considering There's some amazing people out there who are willing and wanting to work web slightly. Have the skills in by the way in. There's a lot of jobs out there that would really important as these people have the things you can't teach people in other struck you can learn things that You know some other folks job. You can't teach that and there's not earn earner degrees on. There's no integrity agreed is no you know i mean. She's yeah but people people a lot of people are are largely hiring. They're hiring for that. They're hiring for that knowledge. They're hiring for some technical prowess their for their hiring for the thing that can be taught as opposed to the things that are learned because people have had some experiences known. And i submit to that. I get that there are certain fields. You know an engineering and technology and all were. We literally lack the number of people to philip position. I don't think that's most no. I don't agree with you so but anyway it's a new day so it's a new day in by the way so that they don't have to listen to us to the show about nothing which we decided like a seinfeld episode pros but think about tina martini Think about eddie. Turner think about effectively Christian and peter of gaza working within china who are amazing. And they're both going to be on the show And just get some really good shows coming up Talking to but some really great topics and everything out there real first names which is not chris. Peter probably you know yeah but think about you know we've got Just just some good topics when you think about what tina eddie and Eater cantata. You talk about a diversity of of people are where we are intentionally to our audience. We are intentionally trying to bring voices from from a lot of a lot of different areas of the world geographically and otherwise which which is really enlightening for me for a guy stuck stuck largely doing zoom meetings in dallas texas. So i protect california thing. We need to branch out. Yeah exactly exactly. Well we appreciate the audience for for hanging with us The website is pair. No vacation dot co you can also go to leo batori. That's elliott be ott a. r. y. dot com. I can't say it. With an italian accent. I could but it would sound was sounded talion with texas drawl. So that won't work. I won't even try southern italy. That's exactly that's exactly right. Appreciate you listening. We hope you're subscriber if you're not well what's your problem. Get with the program and we We really hope that you'll tell a friend. So i'll give you the last word leo. Hey just Everybody Continued to say stay safe. We're kind of writing out the rest of this. It'll be wonderful to seeing more of you sound in person and Just be well and we'll see next week..

next week Peter Turner Eater cantata tina martini california peter texas chris china eddie both southern italy tina eddie Christian gaza italian dallas texas dot co leo batori
"leo" Discussed on Year of the Peer with Leo Bottary

Year of the Peer with Leo Bottary

08:10 min | 6 months ago

"leo" Discussed on Year of the Peer with Leo Bottary

"World in a way that is going to be a that's gonna be up again in them some right And shines a light on for anybody. Who's you know. Didn't really get to concern over the fact that we're in the maybe high twenty s low thirties on pisa scores. You know in terms of secondary education in this country and how we're just getting lit up by dozens of other countries around the world. We need to get on that in a hurry. Just flat out. Do you know. I mean we we can no longer. This is truly getting to become a world stage right now in ways that are going to be you know far more evident to us And it's just It's well. I wanna pivot back around to that because we got this. You've got this enormous opportunity that's happening for you. And for appearing ovation in china. But before we get to that. I gotta ask give you forget because you're the resident golfer here so i'm watching the pga championship right. Of course i even non gophers like mere watching because phil mickelson but the crowd that that crowd situation you know at that last whole the the pent up emotions of that crowd. I don't. I can't imagine that we would have seen anything like that. Pre pandemic golf crowds behaved. You know but it was. It was a as a spectator. I'm like man this. they're they're out. They're out of control. Had to be scary for the golfers whole confluence of circumstances around that it truly created something that was just frenzied but it was What were you thinking i. I think i think that very thing. I think there's a lot of pent up you know. I'll be in boston in june and finally going to get back to fenway park after not being there in a while but in the good news is as memorial day weekend. It's going to be full house there. Now it's not going to be like whatever percent capacity or anything. Because who wants to go do that you know but to be to be there and get the full experience of it. That's going to be really cool and we're going to start getting a lot more of that Look at movie theaters opening up around the country and and people just excited to get out and do that like starbucks. Levers over yeah stir. Crazy doesn't begin to To touch it you know when you mentioned though about The the china thing. I know where you're going on on that one but you also said about how things have gotten smaller and similar takes geography out of it. You know it's the it's the meeting days where. I had three workshops in a row right. Did the toledo. Ohio in the morning did candidate in the afternoon australia night. I mean who who does that normal. I mean it was just amazing for kind of a little time zone hopscotch. You know was already the following day in australia. When i was doing that evening program or the day that i had that party if you will it was kind of a is basically an advantage long zoo for young entrepreneurs that were looking nation and had some broke curious curiosity about bat. Kind of a little launch event And but that. So i joined that event ten forty five. Pm pacific time just made some open. Welcome remarks that kind of thing and said hi to everyone announced die but at five thirty in the morning earlier that same day. That's where i was on The aji karen lettuces podcast out of the uk. Who i mentioned it was out of the uk. He speaks he he was. I think it was live. He's lived in italy But i don't think he's italian and i think it's I i'm not gonna guess his nationality but it was so funny because he would when he pronounced by name. I told you was leo. Dr and i'm like you pronounce and love. Yeah i said we're going to stick with that stick with that. No but i mean it is kind of exciting and really cool when whether it's me or anyone when you're working duly get exposed to a much more global audience that makes it makes it really kind of fun. Oh yeah no it's awesome. it's often. it's awesome culturally. i'm surmising so based on your experience. Educate me. I mean we're still people. The language is different cultural customs mores all that stuff i get are different. But still it's about human connection and his sylla's about i would think it's still about human collaboration and this shared experience and and the insights and things that we can gain from one another. I don't care if you're in china. I don't care if you're in north america. I don't care where you are. i mean my wrong. I mean you have some cultures. Clearly the us is much more of an individualist culture than china would be much more collectivist at the same time to your point about us. All being human some of us are either going to be wired to be really open and bone and share with people and some of us are period. There's no getting around. I think you have to be in a situation in a group of people in a lack of a better word kind of a controlled environment where you're feeling like okay. We're in this bubble. it's safe here. We can truly be open in recognize that. We're not the only one in the run that has questions or issues problems challenges or opportunities in front of us and you know what we can do with one. Another is is really remarkable and once people kind of get a window into that discover it it's it's really spiteful in really neat the it's been interesting to watch since the power appears was written in two thousand sixteen and you know i think a lot has come and not attributing it to that book by any means at all. I think there's a lot of things going on in the world that have contributed to the fact that there are more people starting peer groups today. Some people are you know kind of almost in the following bill george and true north just starting their own groups or those companies are springing up all over the place Particularly when it comes to entrepreneurial companies startups things like that were people recognize as a lotta decisions in a lot of things to be done here. And i'd really like to make mistakes possible and you know i at least want to be surrounded by some people who got to guide each other and help each other as role now going through it. We're going through. So i think slowly but surely we're getting better and better that despite political divisiveness despite a lot of other things with your work in in i mean even if you just look at your work with with canada and here in the states i mean just those two cultural differences in any other. Commentary that you wanna make. I'm curious about the whole. The quest for the quest for safety the quest for psychological safety. I would surmise. That one of the big differences because of the cultural differences might be. That might be in how we how we go about trying to establish that and i could see that. That might be well. It would seem to me that that might be more difficult in a place. Like china than it would.

italy china boston uk phil mickelson north america fenway park starbucks june thirties aji karen lettuces pga championship australia Ohio dozens of other countries leo toledo three workshops two thousand sixteen today
"leo" Discussed on The Leo Affects:

The Leo Affects:

02:18 min | 9 months ago

"leo" Discussed on The Leo Affects:

"Hey everybody. Welcome back to the. Leo effects is so good to see you. I hope that song got you poked up like it did me. That's that's always a great song to here. That's made by rocky kramer. He's on youtube. You definitely want to check him out tonight. I have a super awesome guest if you can see the little ticker down here below. It's an amazing amazing rising star. I can't wait to talk to her and see all the cool stuff. She's got going on and things that are coming up. And i think you're gonna love her to Friends with somebody in common with her and he's a cool guy too. You can look for his interview coming up just in a little bit but this is all about krissy odin knudsen tonight so i hope you all are ready for this. You're about to meet an amazing lady. So without further ado. I'm going to bring her up from backstage. Here is kristie owed nsen. Hello how are you hi. i'm doing well. How are you all. You know. New york winters just hanging out. Try not freeze to death. Now that we've been experiencing a little bit of that here in new mexico. It's quite a drastic change from us in what we're used to. It doesn't get cold in new mexico who you turn the kid well up here in dallas. Does we actually snow on ground here. That's awesome though. I mean you started off over in texas and then you moved over to new mexico is was there any kind of like overlying reason for that. You know you wanna talk about or was this just a you know what let's change scenery. I guess there's a little bit of both We majorly moved here to kinda follow the industry of netflix's nbc. Universal have been pumping a lot of finances unto studios and stuff like that appear. So we thought we'd give a a change of scenery one or get rid of some of this heat lost in but Yeah definitely see if we can make some waves over here new mexico. There's been a lot of good a westerns in marvel studios and stuff like that have been coming out here. So that's awesome. that's cool..

new mexico texas rocky kramer netflix New york kristie owed nsen youtube dallas marvel tonight Universal krissy odin knudsen both nbc one Leo
"leo" Discussed on The Leo Affects:

The Leo Affects:

06:00 min | 11 months ago

"leo" Discussed on The Leo Affects:

"Ladies and gentlemen welcome to the first episode of the leo effects for the year. Twenty twenty one. Holy cow never thought we would make it here. I'm sure a lot of you talk the same. It's been one wild ride. Hasn't let's hope that twenty twenty one is full of possibilities for everybody. But i would like to introduce my guests for this evening. This whole interview and everything that he has kind of been working on is geared around those kinds of themes. So this is going to be a super special super awesome episode. I'm very happy to introduce to you. Andrew admins or andy is already for kalyani either way. I'll take it either way. You got it man. Cool all right. Well you know here. We are twenty twenty one. You know it's. It's day one any any big predictions for you as to what's going to be happening in this year we'll first of all. I am honored to be the number one guests coming out of the gate for this new year. All i can say is twenty twenty one. Please bring back the fund right. I mean what a year twenty twenty his. Ben we wanna put it behind us and you know there have been a lot of lessons learned at so many levels and so much struggle but also you know kind of rays of sunshine in between everything else on the bad side. That was really a lot of struggle from from so many people but at the good people spending a lot more time with their families you know sometimes too great opportunities to able to do so but sometimes You know close quarters can create conflict to right so it's just been so incredible in my by by work life and home life and all of the just combining. It's hard to find the dividing line for win. Work stops and life begins. 'cause you're at home staring at your house all day long and you know you look around the house go. Wow i need to fix that. I need to fix this and it. Just it's never ending so i don't know words of wisdom for twenty twenty one. You know as as you know rate. I was inspired to write this song Unring the bell and it really is a song that relates to people that have made me faced a crisis in want to have a reset right. So when i wrote the tune it was more from a personal impact. That that Head me create this song but then when it was completed a found that it was resonating with people and to think about twenty twenty and how they want to unring that bell man included behind us. You know be able to move forward with some hope and so the the song for me just captured many different themes faith in hoping it just reminded me in a may sound kind of corny man but at the end of the day the most powerful energy force the universes love man the end of the day and that just kind of came through in the song and uh came through in my life and i just want to share that with people through this song through the kind of a homemade video that i made. And we'll talk about more of how it all came together. I guess on that Ray but it was just kind of magical that someone else was editing. This thing together was really crazy. How it all came together. And now it's just really resonating with people. And i just wanna share with folks get people to hear it and see it and share it and you know Maybe give some people. some hope. Hope is my word for twenty twenty one man. Hey.

Andrew admins kalyani andy Ben bell Ray
"leo" Discussed on The Leo Affects:

The Leo Affects:

03:53 min | 1 year ago

"leo" Discussed on The Leo Affects:

"Hello ladies and gentlemen. Welcome back to the. Leo affects today. I'm joined by special guest. We got some crazy cool stuff to talk about. A kind of went over the website a little bit but admittedly. I'm still a little confused. So i do have some more questions about that But please allow me to introduce my guest today. Dj johnson. how are you. I am wonderful. I'm glad to be here. How are you. i'm hanging in there. you know. Today is a nice mild day as as we talked about in the prerecording. So gorgeous gorgeous it is. This is the perfect of day for doing what we need to do. Absolutely i'm actually gonna go downtown a little later on and do a drive by the christmas tree and rockefeller center kobe. We can't go in. Because i lived in crowds so much right. So you can just gonna meet a friend we're gonna take gander at that beautiful tree and then we're going to go have a cocktail. Oh there you go. I was lucky enough to see that. Last december around christmas time we took a trip down to the city. We were taken a horse carriage ride. We went past rockefeller center and times square and all that it was really beautiful so gorgeous. Yeah i'm really happy that i live in new york city. Yeah especially when things aren't so cramped and busy right now right well. Let's get a jump right into this about you know why you're here and what we have to talk about and the first thing that i kind of want to touch on and get your implant is your o part of your career. Yes now are you kind of like exclusively commercials video like instructional videos or do you do like cartoons or what. What extent do you do. Voice work with my voice over career is really at the beginning on still in the being coached stages on working out with larry hudson who has a a workout group every saturday. I think he doesn't wednesdays and saturdays. So i work with this group. We do as we get together. We read copy be direct one another. We have a really great times there. A supportive community. My background is also as an actor. I in theater work for while on some off broadway stages and i met some incredible people and i also had the opportunity to sing at. The theme is a duplex beret. Here in new york city. Down on greenwich village on the street. So that was a really great time of my life Acting and singing. There are things that i've always wanted to do. Minds highlight than. I just never did. It adds up at some points I thought no. If i don't do this when they may be too late. you know. I was very unfortunate to have lost my mother when she was in her forties. So as i approached forty as thought. You know to. Mike adine tomorrow. And i will never have any of these things right so i started taking classes at a at hp studios and then nights some other classes at the atlantic theater company. And that i joined a theater and broadway theatre group and it was just wonderful. I got two little shakespeare. I got to do some comedy And it was just a wonderful time. So i want to keep that to create a part of my life alive. So that's why..

Dj johnson rockefeller center larry hudson Leo new york city times square Mike adine hp studios atlantic theater shakespeare
"leo" Discussed on The Leo Affects:

The Leo Affects:

04:16 min | 1 year ago

"leo" Discussed on The Leo Affects:

"Now that i know this one took this long. Do you suppose it would have been quicker. had cova. not you know mess with everything. Not necessarily i think actually probably would have taken longer. Because i probably still would have been focused on touring But at the same time you know. Even i mean i don't have a booking agent. Do everything myself. I i i call it. My management of my enchanted bandwagon. Do everything myself so I you know it just all everything is so time consuming and You know. I don't think i would have really gotten further on my own even just looking my own shows until i had album because it's very hard to communicate to sell one to promote or whatnot. What do is very hard to communicate that or what my ideas were in. My voice is a songwriter. And so having you know this album. I think is going to bring those things together. Now i i think if i was still touring this listener. Janda yeah you know. Sometimes you gotta look at the silver linings. Yeah sure what would john laura of music. If you had to put this into a nice neat little package what genre would you say. Wonder is i would say it's marikana. This is something that's been very difficult to determine because it doesn't quite fit perfectly anything But i would say it's marikana. I don't. I'm from long beach. I don't think i don't sing with a country..

john laura cova.
"leo" Discussed on The Leo Affects:

The Leo Affects:

05:41 min | 1 year ago

"leo" Discussed on The Leo Affects:

"Gentlemen. Welcome back to the leo effects today. I'm joined by a super special guests. She's got some really interesting stuff going on right now and we're gonna talk about rainy much everything that we can live in this thirty minute timeframe but please allow me to introduce my guests for this evening. Shayna adler and we're going to talk about her album. Wander how are you tonight. I'm doing very very good now. That i'm here with you and sitting down and getting away from the outside world few rights. Well there you go any excuse to sit down. I suppose god yes. You've been extremely busy lately and you know especially from last year into this year. And you know we've had this whole lockdown coming out of lockdown corn teens. All this good stuff is that been. You know really taking its toll on you. Musically it has changed a lot of things. I would say the big positives. Give me time to actually finish this album 'cause i was touring a lot last year. Not only with my own band but with a bigger band that i tore manage for so It was really strange to all the sudden. Stop in you know and and reevaluate priorities and what i could work on. I should be working on and you know and just trying to stay sane. Also i think because. I'm in los angeles so i mean there is definitely a lot of things closed immediately and was really difficult to figure out how to rearrange also day job. Is you know other than being really a fulltime artist because it really is fulltime but I'm i'm an audio engineer. At a recording studio in and so a lot of things changed for us immediately. You know we We had entire six weeks. obsessions dropped. Which was really hard and luckily we had our. We could work on my stuff You know partner at the studio stopped and we stay busy but this whole thing really blindsided us in so many ways absolutely knew when you work with your band and you're putting everything altogether. Do you all record your parts remotely and then try and put it all together or do usually try and get on zoom. 'cause i've heard that doesn't work at all you know. I haven't been my my life dan. You know we've been texting here and there but we haven't really been doing anything together The majority of my record was done. Just using session guys on the my contacts from working at a studio and But it was done very slowly. Some of it was done remotely mostly drums especially during the time of the year when i needed to go back and do more drum parts but it all started as laptop demos and i made in logic. Almost every song on the record with started that way The few things we tried to cut live with the band in the studio it did not work..

Shayna adler los angeles engineer partner
"leo" Discussed on The Leo Affects:

The Leo Affects:

04:10 min | 1 year ago

"leo" Discussed on The Leo Affects:

"Hello, ladies and gentlemen, welcome back to the Leo affects. So today I'm joined by a bunch of very fun and entertaining individuals. No pun intended and we're going to get to chat about them and their own new song that came out today. I talked about a turnaround. So I'm going to be releasing this interview as soon as we're done if there's no choice. Yeah. Yeah. Well, here we go. No pressure ladies and gentlemen, allow me to introduce you the band executive order consisting of Joseph. Jim and Rich how you doing fellows doing good doing good. Great. Fantastic great heck. Yeah, so let's jump right on into it and we're going to start, you know digging into the meat and potatoes of this what is executive order all about. Well where a band who loves to play music together, I would hope so yeah. Yeah, I mean really we are a band and we love the styles that we bring to the table. Each of us being from a a different era of Music me loving the the Motown background vocals Jim and in the you know, the sixties Blues Richard, you know as well just into blues and great guitarist and stuff. So so the biggest thing is we just wanted to do music without trying to do is genre, right. We just wanted to come in and put something on the table and and see what what what came out and the messages of our songs as I write the lyrics off. Over the place you have some really serious ones. You have some playful ones you have super sexual ones. So they just they just run the gamut and they're just talking about life experiences and what we've all seen and tell a story. That's awesome. And you know, you just said that the three of you are from different kind of generations of music, so I'm guessing that the three of you have very different artists that influenced how you got into music. Would you guys like to kind of go around the table and say who some of your your big influencers were I'll start off by started off in the nineteen sixty five playing. So we were that was actually Rolling Stones early days leading into Jimi Hendrix Santana and all that type of stuff. So that's my basis actually for you know, what what I started off playing, you know. Then later on getting into the Rock days with Grand Funk and those guys so, you know, no different wrong. But over Iraq, you know, that's right. Yeah, the the good stuff starts every weekend days. Yeah, I've got into I've got into you know a few different genres, you know over my playing career so far and but I started off as a kid just being exposed to the same music, you know that Jim was talking about you know, my dad was the biggest Rolling Stones fan. She could think of you had every CD and so I was hearing that as a little kid is hearing the Rolling Stones and Pink Floyd and Neil Young down by the Beatles and you know, all these these great artists from and I picked up the guitar later at about age Seventeen and got into that cage. Tik ROK music that I was hearing and also started getting into some blues on my dad turned me on to Stevie Ray Vaughan. That was a big influence on me.

Jim executive Stevie Ray Vaughan Jimi Hendrix Santana ROK Iraq Grand Funk Beatles Pink Floyd Motown Joseph Rich Neil Young
"leo" Discussed on The Leo Affects:

The Leo Affects:

08:08 min | 1 year ago

"leo" Discussed on The Leo Affects:

"Everybody welcome back to the Leo effects today. I am joined by a special guest as you can see, we're trying something new we are live and that means all the mess ups. Don't suck edit it out. So that'll be fun. If we get times tonight. I'm joking by the musical sensation and just Enigma in and of herself off Burwell. How are you? I'm doing fine. How are you? I'm all right. I'm a bit taken aback by all of this. I mean you're here. That's cool. I get to chat with you that's pretty wild and we're trying a new live thing out. So hopefully we'll see how this goes. Okay? Yeah. Well if you're ready, I got some pretty low questions for you. I'm here for its good good good. Now there's nothing to be nervous about not going to you know dig into your personal life is nothing like that. I just, you know, try to keep things light and fun. And so I want to start off by, you know, first of all saying thank you so much for coming on the show and talking to me and now I would like to just kind of get to the bottom of all this. All right, let's do this thing. So Burwell, what is job A significance of that name where where does that come from? Yeah, you said you were to get personal personal so I inherited this name it's part of my birthday and it was my second middle name. So I have like a normal first middle. Last name Bravo was inherited from my dad's side. So it's the same thing that my dad has and I have a dark past. I would say that it's a little dark so I had decided I was going to change my name Sunday and when I changed it I would get rid of very well to kind of say goodbye to the past and like move on and all that stuff. And so I did in 2016 I changed it and in 2018 and I realized that didn't really change anything about 2 a.m. And and so now I go by pretty well for music. So yeah, that's awesome. I mean overcoming those fears and you know that past month. Embracing who you are. That's what it's all about. Yeah, that's cool. So when we were discussing how to promote you being on the show, you were pretty adamant that I not use a capital B. What was that about? It needs to be capitalized. I think there's something kind of quiet. I feel a little quiet and I'll use caps lock occasionally, but you have to dig for it put on Thursday morning see and here I was thinking you just you know, you didn't want people to think you were like a big be you know, I mean, I don't know who wants to be a big be, you know, a little be so big. I like your answer better. I feel like it's more it's more appropriate choice. So what got you started in music in general? I mean back when I was younger. I tried the music thing and it just didn't stick so long. How did you get into it? What what made it stick for you poetry. It started with poetry. I wrote sappy poems in middle school because I have a lot of feelings and a lot of crushes off and I wrote about all of it and I have so many poems. I mean, they're so bad because they're so bad. I can remember some my whole binder of just awful poetry page and I started taking piano lessons my mom taught me how to play the piano and so I started realizing that I could give a Melody to these poems in high school. So I started songwriting in high school and when I went off to college, I took a lot of voice lessons and loved it learned how to sing in German all that stuff and then when I got out of college, I decided to like break all the rules and write my own music. Following this like classical guidelines through classical singing. I like I felt so restricted from Boise, like I learned how to breathe but I also felt like dead. I didn't know how to sing anymore. And so writing my own music was like just kind of a way to like break the rules that I learned in college and do it my own way. So there was like this song learning process. I think and writing songs kind of give you this like Freedom, that's cool. Did you have like an inspiration where they're artists that just yeah. I'm going to be like them one day. I'm trying to think if there is one that's really liked Carrie Underwood. I thought she was a really just a good role model loved country music I listen to so much but I don't sing it. I liked him. I used to like crowded Kelly Clarkson. Oh my gosh. Yeah. I mean it changed over the years. I went through like this emo phase of like punk rock songs of super into like Simple Plan, you know, sorry, I can't be perfect and Reliant Kate Moss. Hey, exactly such a fan like still die-hard nerdy fan. Yeah, right, right. So do you have like anybody right now that you would really like to do a collaboration with Oh, man. Yeah. Yeah, if I could pick one person I would collaborate with it would be loved. He's an electronic pop artist. He is so great and I thought I saw him live and he was just so Himself and relatable and shy and honest and I loved music allow for sure if I could pick one. Yeah, man. I'm sitting here thinking about that binder with the sappy poetry. I wish I hadn't known about that. I have posed for days. So I thought I would have had you come out one is worse than the last I used to write poems about my A cat this is not a joke. It's like I was so infatuated with this cat. Like it's not cute. It was really embarrassing. I've always been obsessed with cats. My cat is not literally walking over here is if she knows that I'm not kidding. That's great. I love that though. I mean, yeah, sometimes we we find strange Connections in the strangest places. That's true. Yeah. So how many instruments do you play? Cuz I think and all the pictures that I've seen you've got a different instrument every time. That makes me feel good. I really I mean like how many do I play or how many do I play? Well, I feel like that's a pretty good. Okay, that's fair wage. How many do you play? Well well enough so I learned guitar so that I could write music. That was the reason I learned guitar when I started to get into barkworth was out. I like checked out. I said to my coach it was like, hey, it's like this is too much. I know like 6 quarts and I can own that. I mean, I don't know a lot of guitar, but I took up the right so I play I dabble I would say a double on the guitar and Avalon the piano again, I know enough to write know a couple of chords enough to play fair least a dinner party and make me think I can play like.

Burwell Carrie Underwood Kelly Clarkson Kate Moss Bravo Boise Avalon
"leo" Discussed on The Leo Affects:

The Leo Affects:

08:18 min | 1 year ago

"leo" Discussed on The Leo Affects:

"And if I have to again, I'm thinking my own license and Publishing here in the next six months or so, and I just I will I will call myself away, but I'll have all the abilities of illegal. Oh man. I don't even know how that would work. That's that's mind-boggling to me money and talent and connections. You gotta have people the place of Talent with an need to have money to give your talent to it to bring them on board or to pay for the things that they needed to perform and then you need publishing and Licensing rights after that, you know, he's just deals between you and another person. However, you want to go about it. I prefer classic handshake or honor your word type deal and the real that's ongoing for I said, I think I'd like to do old overall whether it's it didn't have just be music. I like acting and all that sort of stuff just as whatever it takes to get a job. Out there and just show who they are to the point that they're discovering things about themselves. That's where I'm at. Nice man. Nice and you had kind of talked about it just a minute ago about Inspirations, What artists were Inspirations to you getting into the wrapping Game King Lowes who was with Puff Daddy for a while and then not and then back again to this King Louis and I just knew him as long as he I would say his style and his sophisticated word use and you know, just as hold delivery and everything was so different for me cuz I started off listening to like Lil Wayne, you know, which you know, nothing. Not Dogg and Lil Wayne, but I'm going to go to the underground hip-hop as a totally different feel and buy and then you get King Louis is like super talented like at least a talented as as the best, you know, and I mean like just the best eating your classic best like Eminem and cooking all those people, you know, I don't even know how to compare him to a lot of people but I just love and I haven't so impressed with this word play. I've really started to dig into my own work play and use of words and then there was one other one. I was just thinking about it other than I was a child birth. Are the mixed with my mother but compassionate actually MC. So passionate MC did a delivery on the team backpack Cypher with money and another guy here from California, but he has delivery off that thing. I was just like man if I could take that sophisticated word use that I've been working on and this rhyme schemes things ideas and deliver it like this Dude Looks Like A Powerhouse of you know, he's just loud any gloves of cut off as his only job. He goes he goes hard every time and I have said, you know, I kind of like these elements. I've been piecing those together. So I would say if there's any information of recent it's probably those two but you know, there's a lot of were all just people are depending and say yeah, yeah dead. Is there a particular artist besides the ones that inspired you like nowadays that you wish you could do a collaboration with so it's it's taken three years, but my boss one of my first followers, he's been with me from the beginning and he's probably the only ones left in the beginning his name sweaty with two T's at the end all caps. He's on Soundcloud and I listen to his song is a VIN number. Song ever listen to on Soundcloud right when I logged in and the song was yeah my computer right now and and it's just like builds up and builds up and it starts to get pretty radical loud. You know, I'm just like okay. This is not what I'm used to be like a 30-second build up and it just hits it right at the top and you can see the waveform increase the volume and he comes in so hard I literally got killed in the background like right now just thinking about you know, and he inspired me big-time and he's so good and he has so many like his his following is to type. He might have two thousand followers, you know, but he's got two thousand listens in like 5 minutes his his following his hardcore dedicated and he's just a real guy. He's so real and he's impressed with his his ability to tell me on a regular basis. Hey, you're doing great. You know, I'm good and you know just about three weeks ago. I got a message from my checked and he's just anytime you want to send me a song we're going to we're going to wrap, you know this right the fuck out of some pizza shape. So it was this one has to hear that. I've been waiting. I've been digging for that for years and someone that I really like and is passionate about what he does is his final game. Talk with me in a way I want to so because really cool. Yeah, that is cool. That's impressive. I'm liking it. That's awesome. What what made you decide to go the route of rap music rather than get paid like rock or country or anything like that, but I call myself I said it was nerdcore in the beginning because of the, you know, just kind of technical language and like that but it didn't it didn't seem to drive well with the people other people who already established, you know, nerdcore environment community. So I sort of left that idea and you know, most most of my responses come from hip hop artists or from other followers of Hip Hop, you know people in that genre and I don't really have a way to I think the place myself in a show and a sub-genre that gives the credit do because there's you know, what do you say like Indie Indie rapper or something like that? I kind of want to click on that notice acquainted but you know sort of be the I when people say that but I think people I think other people ultimately have to decide what genre em, you know, if it fits for them, I like in the the idea of it seems off. Open and independent. So I don't even know where the the whole source of Indie ideas come from, you know the concept but I'd like a little bit into it. I would say something like an indie rapper or a metal hip hop artist alternative rap song. That's like I said just the Rhymes and stuff. I didn't I didn't ever really take on singing turns out if I prepare myself properly and I choose the right words. I could sing pretty good. I kind of impressed myself a few times with it. But if I'm not prepared, you know, I don't put the right words. It's like Gutterball that's a bad thing. Nothing. I just I know my qualities and my talents are more suited towards a fast high-end intense sort of, you know delivery and I like rhyming a lot. I like Words a lot. So in her hip hop, I can say a lot of stuff really fast and you know get it off my chest. I can stay a lot of things and four hundred words and two minutes. So cool. That's got to be like a record or something. Like I'm not sure I don't think so cuz I just don't seem like on that fast and usually don't go super fast, but I can I get a little choppy some time. Yeah, yeah. Well, let's talk about that for a sec. So you do have some stuff out on YouTube. We kind of talked about that a little bit, you know dropping hints about it. What do you feel is your best song on YouTube right now? I don't have very many. So I'll be there just put up isn't really a hundred percent mind. So I can't say that I think you know, I don't know because almost all my good stuff that I put out is on my SoundCloud. So YouTube I like I like personally Parkside and over here. I like so I started using bandlab and I like I like girls in my my vocals on bandlab a lot because their their tools are a little simpler so I can I can do it in a way that makes it it comes out fast or not necessarily better but a little less control they take care of some things for you with the with the tools on the web app on a mobile app. So I I go that route now I like the way the the vocals layer in those two songs and the deliveries in tents in the message is genuine and it's it's heartfelt, you know? Yeah, there's some there's some vulgarness in there. But you know, that's probably why I am Is 2 okay. Do you have a song coming out like here soon or like an album soon that people can keep an eye out for so I'm thinking about to right now and I don't know if I'll call them both an album. One of them going to specifically take a bunch of songs that I really really like over the last year and half or two that I made songs. I really like that aren't up right now from from the head cutter and I'm going to use this piece specifically because he's been really good to me. He's going he's got money on the SoundCloud and stuff and any message me privately every now and then and you know, I told him I said, hey man, you get as many followers every week as I get plays. How do you help me out with this? So I want to do an album. I want to sort of dedicated to him and bring awareness about him and what he does for people, you know, he just lowered the nation's for cancer and stuff like that and this time of year has really cool to do and he does it all the time. So I want to do that and I don't know what that one's going to be an album and that might call it compile a wage right or now. I have this other project that I've been really wanting to get into and I've avoided talking about myself personally at least in terms of my Peak experiences or something like that and I need to I'm going to get all that out there in them. Way by by Spring and I'm calling at the Tempest no Tempest is kind of a storm of storms. So in this stormy environment while I've got I've got some I got some other radical should I want people to take into account as we as we get into the election and all the way up some I'm hoping to use the momentum from from the election and stuff with the material and putting out and really get into the you know, technical side of trying to Market it and it's Tempest and it's about my personal experiences and not relate to some of the problems in society and I'm going to I'm going to put it all out there. I mean, I'm just I'm going to Target project me a while, but I'm really just going to dial this in I haven't done that yet. No complete work from beginning.

YouTube Lil Wayne King Louis California Eminem MC cancer Spring
"leo" Discussed on The Leo Affects:

The Leo Affects:

01:33 min | 1 year ago

"leo" Discussed on The Leo Affects:

"Ladies and gentleman, welcome back to the Leo effects. Thank you very much for listening to that intro. I always get so pumped when I hear it. I'm super excited for that. That's it's pretty neat collaboration. So glad that those people can come together like that and make my intro that you know accreditation will be in the description of the video on YouTube so long make sure to check that out, but we're not here to talk about that tonight. We're here to talk to my guests for this evening. He's a poet and rapper and an artist and.

YouTube
"leo" Discussed on The Leo Affects:

The Leo Affects:

02:55 min | 1 year ago

"leo" Discussed on The Leo Affects:

"Hello everybody. Welcome back to the Leo. Effects, thank you very much for joining us this evening. Tonight. I'm joined by special guest I'm excited to talk to him. He's got a lot of cool stuff going on especially with his band which I know some things about but he's GonNa shed some light on that and hopefully you all will check this out. But my guess through this evening is Mr John Stewart. How are you? Doing Nice to meet you? Yeah. Nice to meet you as well. I'm doing very, very good today was a splendid day. Cool. Yeah Well. Let's just dive right into it. Shall We? Go ahead and cool. Cool. So one of the more interesting points that brings you to the show is you have a band and. Called Giuliana is that right? Yes. All right. Cool. So what is that all about? Well. It's a band I fall and I was right in country stuff but I wanted to start writing some Latin music. Of Latin singer. So I Came across a singer, this edition tape but. She's not Latin. She's hundred percent of Jewish and we were. We were in a studio and she said she spoke. Fluent Spanish. Can. You Sing it she said yes. So I will played or something that I had written. And she sang it was beautiful. So that was. The whole thing man and since then we've written seven songs for for already recorded. Wild. Be. So it's going very fast and. She's awesome. She's got a great voice. You would never know she's not Spanish. I have some Latin friends here in Florida. I. Some songs and I love him and I had no idea as you know, no one in the band's lab. Nolan at all known Oh Wow. What made you decide to I mean you said you were doing country stuff, and then you decided to go the route of a Latin style what? What brought that on I? Well, I st- country stuff. So commercialized now natural is not let it used to be you know and I just had all these Had All these rhythms and Natalie's edge. When I pick up the just come out. So I, just. Figured, I'd give it a shot and killed going to turn out horrible. You know, China. Okay. You know. That's fair. That's fair yeah. Do, you have like an album coming out soon or have you been working on singles or? We're. We're working on mostly singles now. When a process of. Talking to a label that May. P. But by now, we're just releasing singles. You know we'd have a couple of one coming out.

Mr John Stewart Giuliana Nolan Florida Natalie China
"leo" Discussed on The Leo Affects:

The Leo Affects:

05:58 min | 1 year ago

"leo" Discussed on The Leo Affects:

"Hi, this is Roy Worley. Welcome to the interview show that brings on guests from all walks of life. Yeah, it's here that they tell their stories and delve a little deeper into their lives to see em got them where they are. So grab a drink have a seat and relax because this is the Leo effect. When was the last time a short movie shook your emotions to the core. When was the last time a short movie caused you to rethink everything you stood for? When was the last time a short movie made? You proud to be an American. When was the last time you felt the emotion to stand up and cheer after a short movie the.

Roy Worley
"leo" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

02:24 min | 1 year ago

"leo" Discussed on KGO 810

"Leo that you know who doesn't take no Schmid's ms.

Leo Schmid
"leo" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

02:23 min | 1 year ago

"leo" Discussed on KGO 810

"Leo the that okay okay Leo laporte the tech guy thank you lady Laura our musical director spin those great discs she really has and here for the perfect song.

Leo laporte director