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"luke collins" Discussed on NASCAR America

NASCAR America

01:42 min | Last month

"luke collins" Discussed on NASCAR America

"To do with. Kyle larson the burnout interview. And the best part was like he can have stopped at the start finish line and then like he said he went down to the other end the grandstands to do the full length of the grandstands. Those fans in nashville were unbelievable. Weekend long and i know they delayed the start just a little bit but they delayed it to. They could make sure all the fans got in what announced ending weekend just overall but see. Those fans was really cool. That was great. Look up there. And see i mean they had stands there From what they normally have and filled all of all of those tickets and just the excitement around all of it it was just tremendous weekend A big hit for national For nashville superspeedway. Eric moses and his people get an outstanding job of making this look like basically a new facility Because you know he had nothing no nothing that take place for ten years but they did a great job and then on top of that had three good races through the weekend day and you know and we we talked about this but but you talk about the city. The people that area. It's not the mid west but it draws from there. It's just that whole area just embraced the sport right it just re-embrace sport and it makes you wonder. Why did we ever leave. National did cut racing ever let on the edge. And it's just the right time in the city's history and where they're at just the right time in nascar for all to come back together and the timing in the country is is great. Well it's like everything's opening up the garage. Jerry was open driver son anonymous. We haven't seen that this year mc that in a year and a half really also the celebrities were out as well and it starts with luke collins. What an amazing. Start your engines. Check it out..

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"luke collins" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

03:18 min | 2 months ago

"luke collins" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"So you spent the entire time thinking and five years five years thinking he was dead, and I said Eat a satchel of Richard's. He is not just dude. Let's call him. Here's the number And it was a voice from the grave. He was resurrected every more for five memorial days. I'm like OK, and another one Brandon Titus. He was alive. He's back in Ojai. And so when I moved back to L, a Um, we got together. He's like my younger brother. His parents are like my parents. We did Thanksgiving their Christmas. My daughter considers his son her younger brother. It's like in a way, sis. It was great. Here's a punch line. He was going to be on hold, and I was going to review to a big reveal and terrified. Oh, think is a longtime listeners have heard him because I've told this story before years ago on differ the record he did pay for the tattoo removal. Wait. What? Yeah. I feel like you buried the lead here said No. I said you're on my list of dead guys. I need this remove, either you either you really die, or, you know this is a bad joke. But but But I did. I delivered that when we got together. I said, Hey, dude, there's a little matter of removing your tat from my Yeah. You thought I was on this room, but s so anyway, he was he was now now. I mean, here. Here's the thing that you know, I don't wanna for for a private reason. He he has a friend. Yes, The West Point. Classmates just had a life crisis and he's going to hit the trail with the sun. Some other kids. He just got the word that someone that he knew from us. Point has committed suicide. No, no reason why, you know, just because you went to war doesn't mean that you know it's more statistically. In fact, it's more. You know where people like anyone else. There's a you know, there's an age from 20 to 35 You know where people do that? But anyway, so that was that was the story that and so like the UN Memorial Day was that I know a guy who was dead. And you know what's crazy. He had an uncle in an airport in Chicago. Switching planes stops looks at CNN. And they're scrolling. You know the grim milestone and the Bushes war in Iraq and the name Brandon Titus goes across and his uncle's thinking the same thing. How many of those can there be? Yeah. Pretty young company. Yes, before he has an interesting story about how his uncle told his mom and his own family for eight hours. I thought that he was dead and then write five years. Yeah, I had one of those ones wasn't related to war, but, yeah, God, that's well. I mean, it turned out good for your Brandon in the end, and I'm glad that Yeah. You guys have each other Well, anyway, maybe Luke Collins maybe next year, but But anyway, that's my story. Everybody know high knows him and they know the punch line. Everyone know I was not in the line of how this ends. All right. Take a break case Might branches filling in for John in Kenya when we come back? You want to do the most Southern California Mostly County story ever. Oh, you're definitely definitely people of Santa Clarita. Pay attention, Fire Gascon. It's all in one story. Johnny can show it's Memorial Day 2021 back in the second half. I am 6 48 live everywhere on the I. Heart radio at Debra Mark. How you doing?.

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"luke collins" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

05:23 min | 2 months ago

"luke collins" Discussed on KQED Radio

"From Germany in the 19 thirties lyrics are violent fantasies about Sharpening knives to kill Jews. Final account is the last film made by Luke Holland, a distinguished British documentarian who died last year. For more than a decade. He sought out and spoke with dozens of older Germans had been a part of the Third Reich summoned Hitler Youth, Someone Waffen SS Some Concentration camp guard. Some As Children and citizens who saw And smelled Smoke of camps. Stayed silent. Dr Steven Smith, executive director of the U. S. See Shoah Foundation, work with Luke Collins on the film and joins us from Los Angeles. Dr Smith. Thank you for being with us. Let's go time and Sam Pope and associate producer of Final Account joins us from Digital in England and Mr Pope. Thank you for being with us. My pleasure. Thank you, Scott. Dr Smith. In some ways, this is a film that Luke Holland work towards through much of his career, didn't he? Yeah, He really is an extension of his life. Scott, his Mother and father left Germany into escape that the third Reich, he didn't know that he was Jewish until he was in his teens. And then once he did, I think he was always on a quest to really discover that history and why his family had been through it. While the origins of that were and you know, it was no surprise to me in 2008 when he said, I want to go to Germany and interview Nazis. It could come from anybody else. I would have been surprised, but actually not from him. Sam Pope wasn't hard to find people to talk to. Or maybe I should say people who would talk in some cases incredibly difficult. Luke spent much too much of his time trying to find people knocking on doors. Convincing people to go on record. On occasion is the film shows in the archive. There were those who are willing to open up and reflect on their past. It is hard to see the documentary footage of smiling young Children laughing and playing and dancing adorned with swastikas. Dr Smith. Does that Give us some insight into the kind of lives they were living Well, I think the documentary itself is really amazing Inside out. Look at how the Third Reich unfolded and how successful announced he's were it convincing? The German people to go along with their project. I mean, we see these young people in the documentary still full of joy when they think about the sons. They learned in the camps that they went to any activities that they were a part of it was exciting, which the Nazis understood. Take a 10 year old. It's only a few years before you can put a rifle in their hand. Then there'll be fully indoctrinated. You know, Sam Pope when a woman says we didn't like the party, but we liked the uniform. On the one hand, you're inclined to think. All right. At least she's being honest. On the other hand, you're thinking. Wow. She's not being honest with yourself at all. And this is very true for a lot of these interviewees. Are they being honest with us? That was one of the questions that we want to approach. We want to leave involved into the public to to determine well, it would have been hard for anybody ideas say, but especially hard for the son of people caught up in the Holocaust to sit with people who say Not only did we know what was going on, we smelled the smoke. It was like burning tires. I think the courage of Luke Holland to go into those homes and to suspend judgment, even though there was, you know a lot of judgment he could make. It really was doing this on behalf of all of us. These are questions that we need to know the answer to We owe him a great debt of gratitude for doing that, as painful as it must have Bean at times shampoo up. There's a moment in the film, where there's a man who was former Waffen SS. Unapologetically so Speaking in front of his wife. You look at her face and At least I told myself she must have been asking herself is just the man I've been married to. Part of the challenge with interviews was the including spouses, spouses sitting next door. You one wonders how much they know how much they wanted to know. In some cases. During these interviews, husbands and wives walk in and say, I think that's enough for today. They don't want to say any more. Just as we're getting into dangerous territory. I thought one cover something. Something interesting, something damning. Is a group of women and speak with Luke Holland. It looked like some kind of assisted living facility. And they say at one point well, people would talk quietly about what was really going on. But no one would say it out loud because they were afraid of being shot. And then I guess it's Lou Collins and German who challenges them and says Do you know anybody was ever shot for talking that that ever really happened? Yes, it's a very good question of the ass. Because the general oven myth about this is that you know, those who try to defy orders were sent to the Eastern front to the front lines became cannon fodder. For the van after other units, So you know, we know that those thoughts off redeployment took place. But he's right to ask that question off the group because You know that one of the justifications as well. Of course, we couldn't do anything because it would have cost us our life. But there's actually no evidence off them. Sam Pope. What do you make of the Camp Guard? Who says I didn't imprison anybody? As a man..

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"luke collins" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

05:24 min | 2 months ago

"luke collins" Discussed on KQED Radio

"From Germany in the 19 thirties lyrics are violent fantasies about Sharpening knives to kill Jews. Final account is the last film made by Luke Holland, a distinguished British documentarian who died last year. For more than a decade. He sought out and spoke with dozens of older Germans had been a part of the Third Reich. Someone Hitler youth, someone Waffen SS Some Concentration camp guard. Some As Children and citizens who saw And smelled Smoke of camps. Stayed silent. Dr Steven Smith, executive director of the U. S. See Shoah Foundation, work with Luke Collins on the film and joins us from Los Angeles. Dr Smith. Thank you for being with us. Let's go time and Sam Pope and associate producer of Final Account joins us from Digital in England and Mr Pope. Thank you for being with us. My pleasure. Thank you, Scott. Dr Smith. In some ways, this is a film that Luke Holland work towards through much of his career, didn't he? Yeah, it really is an extension of his life's got his mother and father left Germany to escape that the third Reich. He didn't know that he was Jewish until he was in his teens. And then once he did, I think he was always on a quest to really discover that history and Why his family had been through it. While the origins of that were and you know, there was no surprise to me in 2008 when he said, I want to go to Germany and interview Nazis, it come from anybody else that would have been surprised, but actually not from him. Sam Pope wasn't hard to find people to talk to. Or maybe I should say people who would talk and some cases incredibly difficult. Luke spent much too much of his time trying to find people knocking on doors. Convincing people to go on record. On occasion is the film shows in the archive. There were those who were willing to open up and reflect on their past. It is hard to see the documentary footage of smiling young Children laughing and playing and dancing adorned with swastikas. Dr Smith. Does that Give us some insight into the kind of lives they were living Well, I think the documentary itself is really amazing inside out. Look at how the third right unfolded and how successful announced his were it convincing? The German people to go along with their project. I mean, we see these young people in the documentary still full of joy when they think about the sons. They learned in the camps that they went to any activities that they were a part of it was exciting, which the Nazis understood. Take a 10 year old. It's only a few years before you can put a rifle in their hand and they'll be fully indoctrinated. You know, Sam Pope when a woman says we didn't like the party, but we liked the uniform. On the one hand, you're inclined to think. All right. At least she's being honest. On the other hand, you're thinking. Well, she's not being honest with yourself at all on this is very true for a lot of these interviewees. Are they being honest with us? That was one of the questions that we want to approach. We want to leave him open to the public to to determine Well, it would have been hard for anybody ideas say, but especially hard for the son of people caught up in the Holocaust to sit with people who say Not only did we know what was going on, we smelled the smoke. It was like burning tires. I think the courage of Luke Holland to go into those homes and to suspend judgment, even though there was, you know a lot of judgment he could make. It really was doing this on behalf of all of us. These are questions that we need to know the answer to We owe him a great debt of gratitude for doing that, as painful as it must have Bean in times. Sam Pop. There's a moment in the film where there's a man who was former Waffen SS unapologetically so Speaking in front of his wife. You look at her face and At least I told myself she must have been asking herself is this the man have been married to Part of the challenge with interviews was the including spouses special sitting next door. You've one wonders how much they know how much they wanted to know. In some cases. During these interviews, husbands and wives walk in and say, I think that's enough for today. They don't want to say any more. Just as we're getting into dangerous territory. I thought one cover something. Something interesting, something damning. Is a group of women and speak with Luke Holland. It looked like some kind of assisted living facility. And they say at one point well, people would talk quietly about what was really going on. But no one would say it out loud because they were afraid of being shot. And then I guess it's Luke Holland in German who challenges them and says Do you know anybody was ever shot for talking? Did that ever really happened? Yes, it's a very good question, and he asked because the general urban myth about this is that you know, those who try to defy orders was sent to the Eastern Front to the front lines became cannon fodder for the very math or other units. So you know, we know that those thoughts off redeployment took place. But he's right to ask that question off the group because you know that one of the justifications as well, Of course, we couldn't do anything because it would have cost us our life. But there's actually no evidence off them. Sam Pope. What do you make of the Camp Guard? Who says I didn't imprison anybody? As a man..

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"luke collins" Discussed on WBEZ Chicago

WBEZ Chicago

08:54 min | 2 months ago

"luke collins" Discussed on WBEZ Chicago

"Lyrics are violent fantasies about Sharpening knives to kill Jews. Final account is the last film made by Luke Holland, a distinguished British documentarian who died last year. For more than a decade. He sought out and spoke with dozens of older Germans had been a part of the Third Reich. Summoned Hitler Youth someone Waffen SS Some Concentration camp guard. Some As Children and citizens who saw And smelled Smoke of camps. Stayed silent. Dr Steven Smith, executive director of US See Shoah Foundation, work with Luke Collins on the film and joins us from Los Angeles. Dr Smith. Thank you for being with us. Let's go time and Sam Pope and associate producer of Final Account joins us from Digital in England and Mr Pope. Thank you for being with us. My pleasure. Thank you, Scott. Dr Smith. In some ways, this is a film that Luke Holland work towards through much of his career, didn't he? Yeah, it really is an extension of his life. Scott, you know, his mother and father left Germany to escape that the Third Reich. He didn't know that he was Jewish until he was in his teens. And then once he did, I think he was always on a quest to really discover that history and Why his family had been through it while the origins of that were and you know, there was no surprise to me in 2008 when he said, I want to go to Germany and interview Nazis it come from anybody else. I would have been surprised, but actually not from him. Sam Pope wasn't hard to find people to talk to. Or maybe I should say people who would talk in some cases incredibly difficult. Luke spent much too much of his time trying to find people knocking on doors. Convincing people to go on record. On occasion is the film shows in the archive. There were those who are willing to open up and reflect on their past. It was hard to see the documentary footage of smiling young Children laughing and playing and dancing adorned with swastikas. Dr Smith. Does that give us some insight into the kind of lives they were living Well, I think the documentary itself is really amazing Inside out. Look at how the Third Reich unfolded and how successful announced he's were in convincing. The German people to go along with their project. I mean, we see these young people in the documentary still full of joy when they think about the songs they learned in the camps that they went to, and the activities that they were a part of it was exciting, which the Nazis understood. Take a 10 year old. It's only a few years before you can put a rifle in their hand and they'll be fully indoctrinated. You know, Sam Pope when a woman says we didn't like the party, but we liked the uniform. On the one hand, you're inclined to think. All right. At least she's being honest. On the other hand, you're thinking. Well, she's not being honest with yourself at all. This is very true for a lot of these interviewees. Are they being honest with us? That was one of the questions that we want to approach him. You want to leave involvement to the public to to determine Well, it would have been hard for anybody ideas say, but especially hard for the son of people caught up in the Holocaust to sit with people who say Not only did we know what was going on, we smelled the smoke. It was like burning tires. I think the courage of Luke Holland to go into those homes and to suspend judgment, even though there was, you know a lot of judgment he could make. It really was doing this on behalf of all of us. These are questions that we need to know the answer to We owe him a great debt of gratitude for doing that, as painful as it must have Bean at times. Sam Pope. There's a moment in the film where there's a man who was former Waffen SS. Unapologetically so Speaking in front of his wife. You look at her face and At least I told myself she must have been asking herself is this the man have been married to part of the Times with interviews was the including spouses, spouses sitting next door? You one wonders how much they know how much they wanted to know in some cases during these interviews. Husbands and wives walk in and say, I think that's enough for today. They don't want to say any more. Just as we're getting into dangerous territory. I thought one cover something something interesting, something damning. Is a group of women and speak with Luke Holland. It looked like you're some kind of assisted living facility. And they say at one point well, people would talk quietly about what was really going on. But no one would say it out loud because they were afraid of being shot. And then I guess it's Lou Collins and German who challenges them and says Do you know anybody was ever shot for talking? Did that ever really happened? Yes, it's a very good question of the ass because the general urban myth about this is that you know, those who try to defy orders was sent to the Eastern front to the front lines became cannon fodder. For the very math or other units, So you know, we know that those thoughts off redeployment took place. But he's right to ask that question off the group because You know that one of the justifications as well. Of course, we couldn't do anything because it would have cost us our life. But there's actually no evidence off them. Sam Pope. What do you make of the Camp Guard? Who says I didn't imprison anybody? As a man. He was very, very young. He was a teenager when he was signed up to the F 16 as I recall, as he has 16 years old. Yes, as I think, he says, to avoid his labor service, they said, well, joined the SS that although that will get you out of it now, and that's only what what his motivations necessarily were. But I think that is in part. I mean, what the end of this film does this reflection on perpetration On one's involvement? He seems too. Yes, slowly but surely come around a little bit. He starts to sort of recognize his own involvement. But is always willing to make excuses. And I think Scott, one of the things that occurred to me when I was watching that individual is a complete lack of any sort of apology as though it's very revealing what you know Luke Cullen was able to extract from him there. People who say today even in the course of this film. Oh, yes, Jews were killed, but not nearly as many as people think it's wildly exaggerated. Or yes, it happened, but it's time to get over it. What's the answer to that in 2021? It's a part of our history. That is so recent, so pressing. So important. There's so many aspects of it that reflect our own current moment. There's a reckoning, a reckoning for ourselves for the human involvement. As a great crime against humanity. Modern day denies its refusal and it's one rooted deeply in in anti Semitism. I think, actually, it's gotta add to that that Denial doesn't is not about saying it didn't happen. But it's also trivializing and minimizing and relative izing that history so that effectively it doesn't challenge our own lives. Not facing it. Its severity is consequences. We don't have to dwell on that in such a way that we become voyeuristic or fascinated in away by it horrific dimensions, but we do need to be reminded And if you add up all of these books and movies, including this new one final account, which is going to add a new dimension to how we see that period of time it is now undeniable, including those who are trying to avoid, you know their own culpability in so doing, they confirm that it happened. That's another defense against in all that we need to have it. Our disposal. Caesar among the last people on Earth who talk about those events, not just as witnesses. But as As part of the machine that perpetrated the crimes. A new clothes, you know, Not only is a loophole in the filmmaker passed away, but many of these interviewees have also passed away at this point, so he really did this in the nick of time. Dr. Steven Smith is executive director of the U. S. See Shoah Foundation and Sampo, associate producer. Final account of film by the late to Colin in theaters this weekend. Thank you so much for being with us, gentlemen. Thank you. E and bred into new project is We are an island, but we're not alone. Sudha Sudha Sokolova, who needed how you recorded a group called memory in an unconventional locations and abandoned car..

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"luke collins" Discussed on NEWS 88.7

NEWS 88.7

06:09 min | 2 months ago

"luke collins" Discussed on NEWS 88.7

"19 thirties lyrics are violent fantasies about Sharpening knives to kill Jews. Final account is the last film made by Luke Holland, a distinguished British documentarian who died last year. For more than a decade. He sought out and spoke with dozens of older Germans had been a part of the Third Reich. Summoned Hitler Youth someone Waffen SS Some Concentration camp guard. Some As Children and citizens who saw And smelled Smoke of camps. Stayed silent. Dr Steven Smith, executive director of the U. S. See Shoah Foundation, work with Luke Collins on the film and joins us from Los Angeles. Dr Smith thank you for being with us. Let's go time. And Sam Pope and associate producer of Final Account joins us from digitally in England and Mr Pope. Thank you for being with us. My pleasure. Thank you Got Dr Smith. In some ways, this is a film that Luke Holland work towards through much of his career, didn't he? Yeah, it really is an extension of his life. Scott, you know, his mother and father left Germany to escape that the Third Reich. He didn't know that he was Jewish until he was in his teens. And then once he did, I think he was always on a quest to really discover that history and why his family had been through it. While the origins of that were and you know, there was no surprise to me in 2008 when he said, I want to go to Germany and interview Nazis, it come from anybody else that would have been surprised, but actually not from him. Sam Pope wasn't hard to find people to talk to. Or maybe I should say people who would talk in some cases incredibly difficult. Luke spent much too much of his time trying to find people knocking on doors. Convincing people to go on record. On occasions. The film shows on the archive, there were those who are willing to open up and reflect on their past. It is hard to see the documentary footage of smiling young Children laughing and playing and dancing adorned with swastikas. Dr Smith. Does that Give us some insight into the kind of lives they were living Well, I think the documentary itself is really amazing inside out. Look at how the third right unfolded and how successful announced his were it convincing? The German people to go along with their project. I mean, we see these young people in the documentary still full of joy when they think about the songs they learned in the camps that they went to, and the activities that they were a part of it was exciting, which the Nazis understood. Take a 10 year old. It's only a few years before you can put a rifle in their hand and they'll be fully indoctrinated. You know, Sam Pope when a woman says we didn't like the party, but we liked the uniform. On the one hand, you're inclined to think. All right. At least she's being honest. On the other hand, you're thinking. Well, she's not being honest with yourself at all. This is very true for a lot of these interviewees. Are they being honest with us? That was one of the questions that we want to approach. We want to leave involvement to the public to to determine well, it would have been hard for anybody ideas say, but especially hard for the son of people caught up in the Holocaust to sit with people who say Not only did we know what was going on, we smelled the smoke. It was like burning tires. I think the courage of Luke Holland to go into those homes and to suspend judgment even though there was a lot of judgment he could make. He really was doing this on behalf of all of us. These are questions that we need to know the answer to. We owe him a great debt of gratitude for doing that, as painful as it must have Bean at times. Sam Pope. There's a moment in the film where there's a man who was former Waffen SS. Unapologetically so Speaking in front of his wife. You look at her face and At least I told myself she must have been asking herself. Is this the man I've been married to? Part of the challenge with interviews was the including spouses, spouses sitting next door. You've one wonders how much they know how much they wanted to know. In some cases. During these interviews, husbands and wives walk in and say, I think that's enough for today. They don't want to say any more. Just as we're getting into dangerous territory. I thought to uncover something. Something interesting, something damning. There's a group of women and speak with Luke Holland. It looked like some kind of assisted living facility. And they say at one point well, people would talk quietly about what was really going on. But no one would say it out loud because they were afraid of being shot. And then I guess it's Luke Holland in German who challenges them and says Do you know anybody was ever shot for talking? Did that ever really happened? Yes, it's a very good question, and he asked because the general urban myth about this is that you know, those who try to defy orders were sent to the Eastern front to the front lines became cannon fodder for the very math or other units. So you know, we know that those thoughts off redeployment took place. But he's right to ask that question off the that group because you know that one of the justifications as well, Of course, we couldn't do anything because it would have cost us our life. But there's actually no evidence off them. Sam Pope. What do you make of the Camp Guard? Who says I didn't imprison anybody? As a man. He was very, very young. He was a teenager when he was signed up to the 16. As I recall, he has 16 years old. Yes, as I think, he says, to avoid his labor service, they said, well, joined the SS that although that won't get you out of it now, and that's only what what his motivations necessarily were. But I think that is in part. I mean, what the end of this film does this reflection on perpetration On one's involvement? He seems too. Yes, slowly but surely come around a little bit. He starts to sort of recognize his own involvement. But is always willing to make excuses. And I think Scott, one of things that occurred to me when I was watching that individual is a complete lack of any sort of apology as though it's very revealing What you know Luke Cullen was able to extract from him there. People who say today even in the course of this film..

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"luke collins" Discussed on WABE 90.1 FM

WABE 90.1 FM

05:23 min | 2 months ago

"luke collins" Discussed on WABE 90.1 FM

"From Germany in the 19 thirties lyrics are violent fantasies about Sharpening knives to kill Jews. Final account is the last film made by Luke Holland, a distinguished British documentarian who died last year. For more than a decade. He sought out and spoke with dozens of older Germans had been a part of the Third Reich. Summoned Hitler Youth someone Waffen SS Some Concentration camp guard. Some As Children and citizens who saw And smelled Smoke of camps. And stayed silent. Dr Steven Smith, executive director of US See Shoah Foundation, work with Luke Collins on the film and joins us from Los Angeles. Dr Smith. Thank you for being with us. Let's go time and Sam Pope and associate producer of Final Account joins us from Digital in England and Mr Pope. Thank you for being with us. My pleasure. Thank you, Scott. Dr Smith. In some ways, this is a film that Luke Holland work towards through much of his career, didn't he? Yeah, it really is an extension of his life, Scott. You know his Mother and father left Germany to escape that the third Reich. He didn't know that he was Jewish until he was in his teens. And then once he did, I think he was always on a quest to reduce discover that history and why his family had been through it. While the origins of that were and you know, there was no surprise to me in 2008 when he said, I want to go to Germany and interview Nazis. It come from anybody else? I would have been surprised, but actually not from him. Sam Pope wasn't hard to find people to talk to. Or maybe I should say people who would talk in some cases incredibly difficult. Luke spent much too much of his time trying to find people knocking on doors. Convincing people to go on record. On occasion is the film shows on the archive. There were those who are willing to open up and reflect on their past. It is hard to see the documentary footage of smiling young Children laughing and playing and dancing adorned with swastikas. Dr Smith. Does that Give us some insight into the kind of lives they were living Well, I think the documentary itself is really amazing inside out. Look at how the third right unfolded and how successful announced his were it convincing? The German people to go along with their project. I mean, we see these young people in the documentary still full of joy when they think about the songs they learned in the camps that they went to, and the activities that they were a part of it was exciting, which the Nazis understood. Take a 10 year old. It's only a few years before you can put a rifle in their hand and they'll be fully indoctrinated. You know, Sam Pope when a woman says we didn't like the party, but we liked the uniform. On the one hand you're inclined to sink. All right. At least she's being honest. On the other hand, you're thinking. Wow. She's not being honest with yourself at all. This is very true for a lot of these interviewees. Are they being honest with us? That was one of the questions that we want to approach. We want to leave involvement to the public to to determine well, it would have been hard for anybody ideas say, but especially hard for the son of people caught up in the Holocaust to sit with people who say Not only did we know what was going on, we smelled the smoke. It was like burning tires. I think the courage of Luke Holland to go into those homes and to suspend judgment, even though there was you know a lot of judgment he could make. He really was doing this on behalf of all of us. These are questions that we need to know the answer to. We owe him a great debt of gratitude for doing that, as painful as it must have Bean at times. Champ up. There's a moment in the film where there's a man who was former Waffen SS. Unapologetically so Speaking in front of his wife. You look at her face and At least I told myself she must have been asking herself is this the man have been married to Part of the challenge with interviews was the including spouses, spouses sitting next door. You've one wonders how much they know how much they wanted to know. In some cases. During these interviews, husbands and wives walk in and say, I think that's enough for today. They don't want to say any more. Just as we're getting into dangerous territory. I thought to uncover something. Something interesting, something damning. Is a group of women and speak with Luke Holland. It looked like you're some kind of assisted living facility. And they say at one point well, people would talk quietly about what was really going on. But no one would say it out loud because they were afraid of being shot. And then I guess it's Luke Holland in German who challenges them and says Do you know anybody was ever shot for talking? Did that ever really happen? Yes, it's a very good question of the ass. Because the general urban myth about this is that you know, those who try to defy orders were sent to the Eastern front to the front lines became cannon fodder for the van after other units, So you know, we know that those thoughts off redeployment took place. But he's right to ask that question off the group because you know that one of the justifications as well, Of course, we couldn't do anything because it would have cost us our life. But there's actually no evidence off them. Sam Pope. What do you make of the Camp Guard? Who says I didn't imprison anybody? As a man..

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"luke collins" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

05:23 min | 2 months ago

"luke collins" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Germany in the 19 thirties lyrics are violent fantasies about Sharpening knives to kill Jews. Final account is the last film made by Luke Holland, a distinguished British documentarian who died last year. For more than a decade. He sought out and spoke with dozens of older Germans had been a part of the Third Reich. Summoned Hitler Youth someone Waffen SS Some Concentration camp guard. Some As Children and citizens who saw And smelled Smoke of camps. And stayed silent. Dr Steven Smith, executive director of the U. S. See Shoah Foundation, work with Luke Collins on the film and joins us from Los Angeles. Dr Smith thank you for being with us. Let's go time. And Sam Pope and associate producer of Final Account joins us from Digital in England and Mr Pope. Thank you for being with us. My pleasure. Thank you, Scott. Dr Smith. In some ways, this is a film that Luke Holland work towards through much of his career, didn't he? Yeah, it really is an extension of his life, Scott. You know his Mother and father left Germany into escaped the third right? He didn't know that he was Jewish until he was in his teens. And then once he did, I think he was always on a quest to really discover that history and why his family had bean through it. While the origins of that were and you know, it was no surprise to me in 2008 when he said, I want to go to Germany and interview Nazis. It come from anybody else? I would have been surprised, but actually not from him. Sam Pope wasn't hard to find people to talk to. Or maybe I should say people who would talk in some cases incredibly difficult. Luke spent much too much of his time trying to find people knocking on doors. Convincing people to go on record. On occasion is the film shows in the archive. There were those who were willing to open up and reflect on their past. It is hard to see the documentary footage of smiling young Children laughing and playing and dancing adorned with swastikas. Dr Smith. Does that Give us some insight into the kind of lives they were living Well, I think the documentary itself is really amazing inside out. Look at how the third right unfolded and how successful announce he's were it convincing. The German people to go along with their project and we see these young people in the documentary still full of joy when they think about the songs they learned in the camps that they went to any activities that they were a part of It was exciting, which the Nazis understood. Take a 10 year old. It's only a few years before you can put a rifle in their hand, and they'll be fully indoctrinated. You know, Sam Pope when a woman says we didn't like the party, but we liked the uniform. On the one hand, you're inclined to sink. All right. At least she's being honest. On the other hand, you're thinking. Well, she's not being honest with yourself at all. And this is very true for a lot of these interviewees. Are they being honest with us? That was one of the questions that we want to approach. We want to leave involvement to the public to to determine well, it would have been hard for anybody ideas say, but especially hard for the son of people caught up in the Holocaust to sit with people who say Not only did we know what was going on, we smelled the smoke. It was like burning tires. I think the courage of Luke Holland to go into those homes and to suspend judgment, even though there was, you know a lot of judgment he could make. It really was doing this on behalf of all of us. These are questions that we need to know the answer to We owe him a great debt of gratitude for doing that, as painful as it must have Bean at times. Sam Pop. There's a moment in the film where there's a man who was former Waffen SS. Unapologetically so Speaking in front of his wife. You look at her face and at least I told myself she must have been asking herself is just the man I've been married to. Part of the challenge with interviews was the including spouses, spouses sitting next door. You've one wonders how much they know how much they wanted to know. In some cases. During these interviews, husbands and wives walk in and say, I think that's enough for today. They don't want to say any more. Just as we're getting into dangerous territory. I thought one cover something something interesting, something damning. There's a group of women and speak with Luke Holland looked like some kind of assisted living facility and they say at one point well, people would talk quietly about what was really going on. But no one would say it out loud because they were afraid of being shot. And then I guess it's Lou Collins and German who challenges them and says Do you know anybody was ever shot for talking? Does that ever really happened? Yes, it's a very good question of the ass because the general urban myth about this is that you know, those who try to defy orders were sent to the Eastern front to the front lines became cannon fodder. For the van after other units, So you know, we know that those thoughts off redeployment took place. But he's right to ask that question off the group because You know that one of the justifications as well. Of course, we couldn't do anything because it would have cost us our life. But there's actually no evidence off them. Sam Pope. What do you make of the camp guard? Who says I didn't imprison anybody as I'm done?.

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"luke collins" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

06:59 min | 7 months ago

"luke collins" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Let's get right to it. Our number 2709 on 700 wlw Lance McAllister, Iraqi boy woman. Let's do bear cats. We do the bear cat thing every week at this time of pleasure to welcome in from Bear Cat journal. Chad Brendel, How are you? But this is just the football show, right? We're just talking football because that determines my answer. Yeah, I know the buttons to push with you this week with the college football playoff committee. I'm not going to push that button right away. Ah, lobby, a softball first. You give us some context here? Just how good a week was it for? You see football recruiting with yesterday's haul. Outstanding week. They top to bottom. They filled um ah, lot of what they're losing because you're losing five seniors. Potentially. It's a three year for everybody, so we'll see who comes back if anybody does. But you're losing five defensive line in your losing three starters in your secondary. Three guys that have played Whole lot of football for Luke Sickles so that you be stuffed with five offense linemen? You've got a large number of defensive backs that a versatile that can you know, safety corner. Do they slide down and play that hybrid spot that everybody is using now, so they filled those needs and then they were able to get kind of kind of collective on offense. His kids to Mama Bear that they got to play tight end the tight end you reputation that they're building. Will continue with your mama tear that kid pix with 5 £220. He's an electric athlete. He just had a triple double in basketball this week. She's Wow. Uh And then they got another kid coming in a tight end. They cabled Smith, but I think it's gonna be very good. A kid named Miles Montgomery that I think is their next big time running back. He's kind of a mix between Jared Doakes and Jerome Ford and that he can run between the tackles, but he's got that speed outside to hit the home run on Ben. It's offensive line. You get a big time talent. From East Central and Luke Collins works and then wait two. You get a load of Mao Glynn's The kid from Walnut Hills. Oh, my goodness. They call him the hope. I mean, he had 16 years old. He looked like he was 24. He owned the gym and then landing fickle. I I don't know. And Rocky, You're familiar with the high school scene a little bit around here. I don't know. I can't recall the last time I saw an offensive lineman improve as much as I saw landed. Pickle improved from the start of his junior year to the end of his senior year, so they get it. You talked about being an offensive and defensive line German program. The only way you do that is to recruit really good offensive and defensive lineman and I think he's done that again. Jay, Let me ask you this. I think it's gonna be interesting across college football. Um on who comes back and who doesn't because every player does not get dinged a year of eligibility. So let's take the bear cats in this instance of seniors, guys that Who on this team of all the draft eligible guys who is like a draft eligible guy, Okay, They're definitely moving on. And there were some draft eligible guys that say, you know what? Maybe one more year since I can. I'll spend that year and maybe try to up my draft stock. Have a pretty good sense that Darian Beavers is coming back, which he's had a remarkable second half of the season. To get him back would be massive for this defense. I've heard some rumblings told the Blanco might come back. You know you get you get to senior linebackers back. That's a that's a huge plus. And you look at the Derrick Forest and James Wiggins and Kobe Bryant. Guys like that. Ah, Liza, Ponder gone. I mean, they're you know, they they They've done their time. Right? And those guys they're looking to be diligent and I felt type guys. So you know, I could see them moving on. I would expect those guys to move on the one that's really interesting for me is Darius Harper. You know you have a kid that spent two years playing basketball Miami of Ohio. He came here in his first year and kind of got pushed in tow duty a little bit. And then all the sudden you're like, Hey, this kid might be pretty good. And then this year he's been When's the last time you you thought? Man? Are you even noticed various Harper in the game at right tackle? And you wonder, you know how much could he help His stock he comes, comes back and puts another a second year on tape like that. It is 6 ft. 8 £325 like That's exactly what the NFL's looking for and can move and can bend. So he is really interesting to me in terms of his decision because I could see him saying, you know, I've done this long enough. It's time to go see if I can make it on an NFL roster, But I could see him looking at this thing and saying You know what? Maybe I come back, and maybe I if James Hudson decides to go, the NFL is early entry. Maybe, he says next German left tackle and I can really improve my stock if I get a year left tackle. S so we'll see. But you know the big names. You expect those guys They're not coming back for an extra year. You wouldn't think unless they'd look at all this. And they say you know what? Through the college football playoff committee. We're coming back, and we're beaten Indiana when Notre Dame at their place and we're gonna we're gonna you know, Show him what's up next year, too. There's your Segway, Lance. Uh, absolutely Well, let me let me do this before we get into Saturday night, and you can speak to this question specifically because you guys America Journal have been all over this and you're always all over this process. Speak to the job you see did with the social media presentation, the production, even the billboards around the city, Chad I was born. I mean, it was high tech high level off the church. Incredible stuff. Would talent and creativity And that bunch between Kelsey Sharkey, who runs the first runs the video department and you know she had another incredible video today for their Are there. Uniformed reveal they do insane work. Do you know who the host of that That stuff was yesterday Who? Ted Boden. You're Chad. Voting is all that so? Yes, it's Jim Boulden son, the former Reggie. Yeah, That's right. That was the host of that They are Creative, their innovative and the funny thing is every year. We say. Can't top it. No way They're gonna top that next year. There's no way and as soon as they dropped that first thing at eight o'clock yesterday morning, that was, you know, it's NFL.

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"luke collins" Discussed on Mo Egger

Mo Egger

07:22 min | 7 months ago

"luke collins" Discussed on Mo Egger

"On this show next on. Espn fifteen thirty cincinnati sports station. It's signing day part one in college football with the early signing period. now which. I'm sure coaches love because they championship games and bowl games. All that other stuff. It is obviously been a very busy time for the uc coaching staff. And a big reason why is putting together a twenty three players signing class or recruiting class. I should say for the the class of two thousand and twenty one during the early signing period we are obviously huge fans of bear journal. Dot com chad. Brendel comes on this show all the time. He'll be with us tomorrow at three forty five but because it is sunday i wanted to bring in brent young who also covers. Uc's sports and pretty heavy recruiting emphasis for bearcat journal dot com. He is on twitter at. Excuse me at be young sports and He's with us this afternoon. I appreciate the time. What should i what what stands out most about this. This particular group of players the bearcats have inked You know what really stands out to me. The most i often travel on. It's just kind of the debt that that numerous positions the the high level of talent. It might not have the the top players like you know. You have last year with with prater and jean thomas and jane thompson. The four stars really really kind of flooding the top of the list. But what was really shown and this one is just the death and the amount of talent that they're able to bring in not really clear that you would expect kind of just be headliners for each class but just the amount of players that are highly rated at each physician. You're going to have numerous players. They're going to have big impact next year special teams but more further down the line right. Give me one or two players. That if i look at this bunch and i'm trying to find a kid who's gonna make an immediate impact year one or two stands out. You don't have to go with i. Brian threats i think first off. He's one of the seven early enroll. East coming in is going to be a player out of you. Know w kaufmann there and the clubs. They're gonna come in and be a player that wants to get on the field no matter what so. You're going to see him on special teams quite a lot. You're going to see him trying really find his role on the defensive side. You know obviously defense is going to have a humorous players that are going to have to be funneled out and figured out who's going to be replacing all the seniors that are currently on the roster. So yeah i think threats comes in. He has a knack for the ball defensively. He has the ability to make big plays. You know you play offense as well as the high school level but really defensively special teams where. I'm expecting him to kind of have almost an immediate impact and then outside of that You know give me. Give me an office alive because it seems. Recently we have causes there possibly had numerous true freshman. Kind break that that that you know. Talk to on the depth chart. And i think that you look at a player like luke collins where who could step in at the tackle position is one of the better fruits that program history for the bearcats. And i think he's gonna have a chance to really kinda shy know now. Land is gonna have a chance to really shine but and then of course you look at the depth as i've constantly mentioned it's going to be hard for some of these players really crack the rotation because now you see we've been able to turn you know one as one bs and constant we have players available at each position. So really specialties. Would be the place to watch out for. Maybe i'd a toxic to watch out for who could have an impact on kickoff teams kickoff return team things of that sort. There are seven kids from the greater cincinnati area around up the kids from from From from from this class from the greater cincinnati area. yeah. I talked about Gmc defensive player of the year. It of seems like that's been that the bearcats have been able to do is bring in big time defensive players from the great cincinnati area and that first off. He has a fantastic a phenomenal nickname. And it's the godfather dante. I mean better. Carry that with him and he'd better have it all the way throughout his playing career. Whether it is in the nfl anywhere he goes. Dante corleones the godfather of course from rain high school. He's going to be a cog in the middle. You shake his hand and he just completely engulfs your hand. It makes you feel small just a bowling ball of a player. And he kinda of exact situation as i say of the death i mean. He's he's the second lowest rated player in this entire recruiting class. But you've accused. Gmc defensive player of the year. you get sacks. he's going to be a big shopper. Upfront i mean forced. You gotta mentioned the land fickle. That really great story about him is is of course he. He sat down at the dinner table with his father. And he said you know data. I think i'm gonna be a bearcat and and we've said no. I don't accept that i need a little bit more. You know force behind that. And that's you know he said okay came back days later and i'm sure he fought as much force as possible and You know land is going to be a player. That i think is surprised. Because he's got the talent that his dad has of leeward hours another great flare out of princeton. I mean you just keep on going up and down the list and then of course you know you got ice. Jarman is a good outside player. And i already talked about mouth glenn. This is just going to be another one of those. The state of cincinnati is what they call it and and keeping hometown heroes around the greater cincinnati area. They're all gonna big impact on the team. All right look. I'm not gonna ask you to be an expert on every recruiting class in the country but there are folks at twenty. Four seven are relentless. Put this class up against other competitors in the put this class up against their competitors among a group of five schools. And then tell me where would stack up or how would stack up to even some of the schools that we frequently talk about them. Trying to recruit among power five schools. Right you know first off forty second in the country. You might know that at that and think okay. That seems like a high number but you break it down. This is pop. G five recruiting class top class in the afc. You know an average of eighty five point one that is second behind what last year. The eighty five point three Just just the amount of average ratings throughout the entire class you know the groups that break higher than what auburn has brought in this year. What virginia tech has brought in what you know an iowa state who is magically better than the bearcats in the college football playoff hole which. I'm sure you've completely broke down but higher than in iowa state hires than a ucla arizona state tcu. So you know there was about twenty power five twenty to twenty five power. Five software says up bearcats actually had a higher national rank. Nance so you're looking at you. Know one of the best britain the best group of five but one of the better entire classes and the and the nation he look at next year. Obviously a really early start but this is a fantastic roof. And they're going to be you know like i said it's going to be a couple years down the line. You're gonna start calling out these players by name and say wow. This is a big time player from that twenty. Twenty one all right this. This applies to you see but it applies to everybody. How the walk walk me through. What the pandemic impact has been on recruiting. How much more difficult has it been or how much easier. Maybe hasn't been to get a kid.

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Early signing day: Latest on the nation's top 25 college football recruits

Mo Egger

07:04 min | 7 months ago

Early signing day: Latest on the nation's top 25 college football recruits

"It's signing day part one in college football with the early signing period. now which. I'm sure coaches love because they championship games and bowl games. All that other stuff. It is obviously been a very busy time for the uc coaching staff. And a big reason why is putting together a twenty three players signing class or recruiting class. I should say for the the class of two thousand and twenty one during the early signing period we are obviously huge fans of bear journal. Dot com chad. Brendel comes on this show all the time. He'll be with us tomorrow at three forty five but because it is sunday i wanted to bring in brent young who also covers. Uc's sports and pretty heavy recruiting emphasis for bearcat journal dot com. He is on twitter at. Excuse me at be young sports and He's with us this afternoon. I appreciate the time. What should i what what stands out most about this. This particular group of players the bearcats have inked You know what really stands out to me. The most i often travel on. It's just kind of the debt that that numerous positions the the high level of talent. It might not have the the top players like you know. You have last year with with prater and jean thomas and jane thompson. The four stars really really kind of flooding the top of the list. But what was really shown and this one is just the death and the amount of talent that they're able to bring in not really clear that you would expect kind of just be headliners for each class but just the amount of players that are highly rated at each physician. You're going to have numerous players. They're going to have big impact next year special teams but more further down the line right. Give me one or two players. That if i look at this bunch and i'm trying to find a kid who's gonna make an immediate impact year one or two stands out. You don't have to go with i. Brian threats i think first off. He's one of the seven early enroll. East coming in is going to be a player out of you. Know w kaufmann there and the clubs. They're gonna come in and be a player that wants to get on the field no matter what so. You're going to see him on special teams quite a lot. You're going to see him trying really find his role on the defensive side. You know obviously defense is going to have a humorous players that are going to have to be funneled out and figured out who's going to be replacing all the seniors that are currently on the roster. So yeah i think threats comes in. He has a knack for the ball defensively. He has the ability to make big plays. You know you play offense as well as the high school level but really defensively special teams where. I'm expecting him to kind of have almost an immediate impact and then outside of that You know give me. Give me an office alive because it seems. Recently we have causes there possibly had numerous true freshman. Kind break that that that you know. Talk to on the depth chart. And i think that you look at a player like luke collins where who could step in at the tackle position is one of the better fruits that program history for the bearcats. And i think he's gonna have a chance to really kinda shy know now. Land is gonna have a chance to really shine but and then of course you look at the depth as i've constantly mentioned it's going to be hard for some of these players really crack the rotation because now you see we've been able to turn you know one as one bs and constant we have players available at each position. So really specialties. Would be the place to watch out for. Maybe i'd a toxic to watch out for who could have an impact on kickoff teams kickoff return team things of that sort. There are seven kids from the greater cincinnati area around up the kids from from From from from this class from the greater cincinnati area. yeah. I talked about Gmc defensive player of the year. It of seems like that's been that the bearcats have been able to do is bring in big time defensive players from the great cincinnati area and that first off. He has a fantastic a phenomenal nickname. And it's the godfather dante. I mean better. Carry that with him and he'd better have it all the way throughout his playing career. Whether it is in the nfl anywhere he goes. Dante corleones the godfather of course from rain high school. He's going to be a cog in the middle. You shake his hand and he just completely engulfs your hand. It makes you feel small just a bowling ball of a player. And he kinda of exact situation as i say of the death i mean. He's he's the second lowest rated player in this entire recruiting class. But you've accused. Gmc defensive player of the year. you get sacks. he's going to be a big shopper. Upfront i mean forced. You gotta mentioned the land fickle. That really great story about him is is of course he. He sat down at the dinner table with his father. And he said you know data. I think i'm gonna be a bearcat and and we've said no. I don't accept that i need a little bit more. You know force behind that. And that's you know he said okay came back days later and i'm sure he fought as much force as possible and You know land is going to be a player. That i think is surprised. Because he's got the talent that his dad has of leeward hours another great flare out of princeton. I mean you just keep on going up and down the list and then of course you know you got ice. Jarman is a good outside player. And i already talked about mouth glenn. This is just going to be another one of those. The state of cincinnati is what they call it and and keeping hometown heroes around the greater cincinnati area. They're all gonna big impact on the team. All right look. I'm not gonna ask you to be an expert on every recruiting class in the country but there are folks at twenty. Four seven are relentless. Put this class up against other competitors in the put this class up against their competitors among a group of five schools. And then tell me where would stack up or how would stack up to even some of the schools that we frequently talk about them. Trying to recruit among power five schools. Right you know first off forty second in the country. You might know that at that and think okay. That seems like a high number but you break it down. This is pop. G five recruiting class top class in the afc. You know an average of eighty five point one that is second behind what last year. The eighty five point three Just just the amount of average ratings throughout the entire class you know the groups that break higher than what auburn has brought in this year. What virginia tech has brought in what you know an iowa state who is magically better than the bearcats in the college football playoff hole which. I'm sure you've completely broke down but higher than in iowa state hires than a ucla arizona state tcu. So you know there was about twenty power five twenty to twenty five power. Five software says up bearcats actually had a higher national rank. Nance so you're looking at you. Know one of the best britain the best group of five but one of the better entire classes and the and the nation he look at next year. Obviously a really early start but this is a fantastic roof. And they're going to be you know like i said it's going to be a couple years down the line. You're gonna start calling out these players by name and say wow. This is a big time player from that twenty. Twenty one

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"luke collins" Discussed on The Big 98

The Big 98

04:11 min | 9 months ago

"luke collins" Discussed on The Big 98

"Gonna fully do Owl and then not is obviously looks doing all the words and but then some of the words you'll do fully and another one's youth. Feel it. You know, your attacks are inwards or sometimes it's like about found. Sometimes there's like a science to it. There's some guys in this town that do it. Oh, otherworldly. Well, we've got a master class guys doing that. There's a vulnerability. You guys having a break that apart and actually show that. What a good word So Yeah, I appreciate that. All right. Luke Collins is here. We're going to go. We could do this all day. However. Let me encourage you guys to check out the new music. Luke put out. Today's got five new songs for you Probably already are. You're not even listening to us right now? Because you're listening to it. So how would you even hear me say that? That's the question. All right. There is Luke owes you guys Don't give me a lot. Hello, Bruce. And he really always weigh me broken Campbell boots. Marie Taylor's Pull back three. Tell me something good in athletic shoe company is not only donated the proceeds to an amazing cause. They're letting somebody pretty cool help design their own shoes. We'll talk about that. It's a really fantastic story about giving back to kids. It's in my segment called, Tell me something good next. Bobby.

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"luke collins" Discussed on Marty Smith's America The Podcast

Marty Smith's America The Podcast

05:25 min | 10 months ago

"luke collins" Discussed on Marty Smith's America The Podcast

"Don't know if you know that story with him, but I mean he's He's one of those three or four guys could count on one hand that if I have a major life decision, that's who I'm call. and. We are extremely close friends and door him and I maintain he saved my life and that's why. Admire. Guys like you so much because I believe songwriting is one of those One of those skill sets that can save a life doctors during the first responders do but songwriting does too and he saved mine after lost my dad I was lost in listless in. So hurt in it was visceral her immediate was so full her. That'll whistle. Be Put me about of the doldrums with ways. Amazing. Talent in awesome and he ain't stop my God. He is. He's he's a free dude he's. He's the very best month billion grew that I will concur with that statement when you meet Luke. Some loopholes in in a it's funny. We when I moved to town I knew one person and then I met another. That kind of move out the same days me and he I didn't know time but he happened actually no. So We went the third fourth day thousand town was my birthday. So mean this guy went like buffalo wild wings for my birthday outing. Yeah. Hey, you WANNA come back to my apartment my buddies coming down record a few songs tomorrow. He stay on the couch we'll just hang up. So we go back in his apartment and they had the buddy who staying with him was luke combs, which is crazy and so looking hung out that night maybe exchange numbers and then he he he was just stay for the weekend. Well, he moved that was in May he moved in September. So when he got back I saw like one of the Writers Rounds One night. Hey, man good to see again all that will then we just became. Friends and we bonded over Goma Air Church bonded over those over there at Church songs those first couple of albums and. and then religion became friends. I, we started playing madden together this as apartment. And then we as we talked about songs and some right now that we were like. Man feels that we're into the same type stuff. So why we should probably. Try to rise songs. So we wrote every Tuesday for a year and a half dizzy really. We did and we MIT's for a year and a half, and we the first waiver was beer can which is on his first record, and then let's see now we have. Seventeen songs that we've written together that he's recorded in four number ones so You know I, I just I sit here and shake my head because I'm well versed enough. About how that town operates that they your Unicorn I mean the nominee that you are in certainly that he is. He is is speaking a UNICORNS. I mean he he has one of the most fantastic amazing stories that the town's ever seen of. Yeah. Big because in tap when you got started writing at stuff and the kind of stuff you're writing it was so four in from what was on the radio, what labels were pushing only commercially Nola. That sort of. Retro I would call it mid nineties. Almost sound. Why did it work? And think I mean my daughter is because we didn't know what we were doing. Because, we didn't like. We kept trying to write me songs publishers waltz and kept being like what are not good enough and stuff, and they're like you need to try this try that, and we really didn't know we could fair how the game worked or how these songs are supposed to be. So what we decided to do was Meant. Let's write some songs that we. That we believe in and that we love. And in the day, if we're proud of him at least we got that to hold onto but we don't want to spend our town here right stuff. We don't believe in just chasing whatever trend is going on. So we just set out to write songs. We love to write the ideas and the type of song that we love and then. It. Just it just happened to be the thing that people were starving for at Tom. Yes. Oh. So for those of you guys listen that may not know. So Luke, really broke I mean he really broke with when it rains it pours I mean, that's when the dam broke for Luke Collins and it's just been a flood since then yeah and Ray wrote that song with Luke together what was your expectation because it's just so brilliant and it's so Perfect, it's perfect and in that moment. I'm such a loser. I remember when I heard that song for the first time else pressure washing the second floor deck in my old house allow in it. I had it on one of the streaming services. I don't know what it was and it's just you know how the algorithm works. Just Kinda, send you to another song that similar. In. This thing comes on and the first few bars I was like I don't know what the hell this is, but I like it and then it just kept going and going and going and it was funny hidden has an awesome mail like it's just awesome. Song. What how did that happen? Whose idea was it was luke's was loose and Luke's title when it rains it pours but at first because Luke. sucres right. Sad Song to. At first, we thought like a sandy idea.

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"luke collins" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

01:31 min | 1 year ago

"luke collins" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"I'm John Morgan of Morgan Morgan there's really nothing is good or pure as being thanked for helping someone think of the thank you card and how important it is to us since passing the legalization of medical marijuana for all of Florida I've been thanked thousands and thousands of times by day my job is to hold insurance companies drug makers and makers of unsafe products accountable it's hard because they have so much money compared to mine but I have something more powerful truth and justice in my drive for medical marijuana dark money poured in trying to stop me but I had something else truth in you and we won in a landslide I've met so many of you who stopped me to say thanks walking on the beach shopping in a grocery store parking lot driving down the road usually with a thumbs up and I know what that means so now let me thank you for voting yes and for weddings and most of all thank you for thanking me Morgan Morgan for the people dot com downtown mall yourself offices Tampa Saint Petersburg three six news first Kristen's music city manager the nominees for the academy of country music awards were announced and once again Carrie Underwood is the only female in the entertainer of the year category that also includes Brian Eric church Luke combs and Thomas Rhett dirks Bentley Luke Collins Thomas Rhett Chris Stapleton and Keith urban are all up for male vocalist of the year Kelsea Ballerini Miranda Lambert Maren Morris Kacey Musgrave thing Carrie Underwood are up for female vocalist of the year he Durbin is.

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"luke collins" Discussed on The Bobby Bones Show

The Bobby Bones Show

07:42 min | 1 year ago

"luke collins" Discussed on The Bobby Bones Show

"Does. Yeah that's not my style. I laugh but it's just not my style at Nice Villeurbanne comfortable and it's also like hey quit and what are you gonna get from that What's what's the long term? Play here that you get a short term high from telling a boss. You don't don't agree with how he stinks. What what's going on his life? I know I feel bad for whoever the managers but maybe if they do treat their employees this certain way and will make them rethink think. Yeah Yeah Yeah but again. Why would you'd get a quick way? It feels good like I'll show them. I'm also just not a big revenge guy in general either let me just move on my life and focus on me and make me a better person rather than sticking to somebody. I've also a my life like as a general rule because for a lot of my life I've been like I'm GonNa show people who told me I could never make sure I come from not the best family sure. I come from an area where people don't give us a lot of credit small rural town in very southern state. And I was almost like I'll show people but now it's like you know what I'm GonNA show. I'm going to show the people that believed in in me that I can do it more so than the people that did that. I can't like I have transitioned in that way. So much in the past probably two to three years had a major ager chip on my shoulder for much of my life. Because I was always told you can't do it you have an accent. You can't be broadcaster from Arkansas. Fancy school you'll never make it on a big level But now it's like instead of showing them over and over the Middle Finger. I want to show the people that did believe in me the few that they were right and then I wanna believe in people and then no. That's it's this is a much bigger part of that small picture. I did laugh by the way funny funny. Just not my style and encourage you not to make that your style. Very funny in the boss was in on it. Let's make a viral video okay. I don't think you're the you're the boss. Would you let him finish the song you just sit there like. How do you react to that? I wouldn't because there are people in the restaurants have near the F.. Word is there are people in that starbuck sitting trying to make sure there wasn't kids there. I think he just walked into play the song again. I'M NOT GONNA say I didn't laugh because I would be. Hypocrite brought it on the show to share it. Because it's funny but just not my style and I hope it's not yours out there. I do hope it's not your phone right now. Is Austin Sten in Georgia off having both going on. You're on the air dude. I just got I heard you talk about a the number two went to Luke Collins shows and it just got me thinking how you said you were GonNa have luke home from your podcast and then it fell through now on that. We have rescheduled around the first of the year. Loopholes that come to the house and do an hour. We both want to make sure that we have that. He's not touring on that day. And I'm not traveling for American idol. We WanNA spill to sit down and do an hour an hour and and a half like super in depth interview so yes we have rescheduled that after the first of the year by the way there's one up right now of songwriter. Demos that I'm really proud of these. Are The songwriters writers that wrote the song and recorded it that day and they pitch to artists and so you get here many songs as saying by the songwriters before it got cut by the artist So and there's also tell you I was. I just love podcast right. The iheartradio APP is so perfect for podcast. This velvets edge podcast Kelly Henderson host the show. It's called velvets edge and she had on Brittany Jason L. Dean. And so you WanNa hear a COUPLA Klutziness Jason Aldean talks about how he hated how his Brittany's relationship started but wouldn't change anything about it now. You know and I mean I get how people probably took that up. At the beginning you know as Probably wasn't the best I look for either one of us but I think we both kind of probably hated the way it started. But you know at the end of the day like I wouldn't change the outcome of it at all. I is this the first time I've really really hard to talk about it. And they're both there with guy. Wow that's crazy. Yeah check out the velvets edge podcast and Jason said they got closer in the beginning because they only had each other after losing a bunch of friends. I think for us. It's just like we really did kind of only have each other. You know going through stuff like that. I mean you lose a lot of friends and you know yeah I and people are just not you know some some people would cool and you know a lot of people are and you know you just kind of start to weed those people out a little bit And I definitely think it made us a lot tighter and apparently Kelly was interviewing Brittany and the Jason Jason. Just kinda showed up. Like 'cause berth Aaron the he jumped on and they talked about all of this so check out the velvets edge. Podcast who she got many podcasts. Check out this weekend but the bobby cast velvets edge. Amy Has Dr Drew and her husband on at the same time. It's a whole podcast. World of wonderful number who Dr Ruth Doctor. During her husband Dr Drew. Yeah Okay not love linebacker. Not Love Line. Dr Drew Lewis. You're calling somebody else. Dr Drew this Dr Drew. I can't call him Dr drew though there's already a column that that's his name but you can't call him. Dr Name is Dr Drew. But it doesn't matter you can't call him that he's not even a podcast or like a personality. Dr Drew Whatever because Dr drew already. That's like someone who's Madonna even if it is himself I never even thought out of that guy because I kept thinking like do you know Dr drew believe any got Dr drew on her podcast. I couldn't believe I got Dr Drew. I guess yes I was like wait and you know something. I don't know no like that's what that's his name. But he's gotta be Dr drew something. You can't be Dr Drew Okay. Okay on a public click thing okay. 'cause that's what he has his patients. Okay great but he's not on radio and TV. There's already an existing dot com. He's not trying to be. I come on to talk about to call author the author. Okay I'll call him. I was pumped framing. I was doing. I was talking about this morning before the show is like great kit gone through drew the. Yeah no problem Oakland like I didn't that Dr drew you have money. You WanNa talk about like sex or something. We'll talk about any love line. Let me put put on Hannah in Denver hand and for how are you Hannah Studios. Hey I I was actually calling in reference to what you were saying about the delivery drivers and putting out the water and Gatorade and whatnot I am a mail carrier in Denver and Oh my God that's stuff is like that is amazing. During the summer days the first delivery house at deliver my route two. There's always a cold bottle water in the mailbox and this is awesome and then on cold snowy days. There's like gatorade water. There's some packs of hot chocolate with a pass normal water some cops. It's amazing what awesome. Yeah because yeah I know right now and like with the holidays we start Super Hurley out that route that six o'clock in the morning and then sometimes we don't get off midnight and this stuff is amazing. nightside say thank you to all those who doesn't because I definitely have people on my route that does from me. Well we appreciate that call. 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"luke collins" Discussed on Lawyer Talk: Off The Record

Lawyer Talk: Off The Record

01:38 min | 3 years ago

"luke collins" Discussed on Lawyer Talk: Off The Record

"It's cool in luke collins your job don't make it right it's sorta does in this situation it's like they're paying for their spots and you can't use them because you're just not you're not parking here but you're taking it up somehow yeah it's it's the same kind of thing and it's like giving people permission to hunt mushrooms getting boost or blowing up oh yeah we're blown up but it's it's just the psychology of it never ceases to amaze me doesn't surprise surprise me we don't see more i guess we do this is what all this is this is what causes it and it goes back to our road rage man this the road rage is same way anything cars and people man yeah they don't necessarily mix the best i do so i guess that'll be the thirty six minute roughly edition of lawyer talk that's there's a we came on the air to talk about you cutting off your finger because that is a funny story we're going to save that for another day but that is funny that we went to parking wars for such a at great length but here we are corporate headquarters five eleven south high street that's where the office is you know it's great there's been lawyers in this office now for it was built in i think they got their co their certificate of occupancy back in eighty eight i was graduated high school in eighty six and bill meeks and paul cassie built this practice for a long time and paul passed away from cancer i think in ninety two and that's when i started as a law clerk for bill right after pulp away was a law clerk for bill in this building and then here i am in twenty eight teen.

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"luke collins" Discussed on I Don't Get It

I Don't Get It

01:40 min | 4 years ago

"luke collins" Discussed on I Don't Get It

"Oh my god this is really too early i know i wake up at this horrible the nasr talked about this guy that like i think it's q violeta that i was like i'm gonna go play the walk to remember soundtrack and then i won hall unlike daydream lightly all the study he is lindan carter like that's the white their stink up the entire house would it all your food and not put any other damn close away the darnlei frequented passing do you think most curls do you do though like i guess outlet i guess the the baby is i think i think we all know that play i literally like a hot guy and he says something sweet and all this of like charity founded now he is the nicklaus sparks character will he be no account hoon will he be landon will he be luke collins he's going to be one of them could have been zoning areas while they're all of this would spark from whether or not you could date your friends acts fantastic this roller karavas daniela adding guy make sure that you are tweeting us letting us know what your thoughts are because you wanna know what you guys sank use the hashtag i don't get a podcast yes let in our dmz ivany questions are topics the on tokyo and like i say every week you know that i don't really check rains to graham d m so make sure to tweet at me it's at ashley aiko danielle award can they find do anything at danielle omona perfect that's easy easy lauren ai everywhere and i'm at as president.

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"luke collins" Discussed on The Down and Dirty Show

The Down and Dirty Show

01:36 min | 4 years ago

"luke collins" Discussed on The Down and Dirty Show

"Yeah so we can have those new seats in my new you tv build sorry i'm sitting here in the middle of the show texting gas and things like that kind of crazy the way this works right but yeah so why they debuted some new seats out there in palermo i gotta tell you one thing i really liked for the kids my daughter she's got a razor one seventy were out there all the time shredding lapsing burn lapsing burning lapse in this thing they got this new aids our players a like a one fifty took a single seat right in the center of thing is super super some of those route the race in the kids the kids events and i was really really impressed with those things bannon that's one thing we didn't talk about the kids drinks out there the tv world championship holy crap over fifty kids in the youth race i and we we gotta give some result look not bad peoria zone a take in the win forty two entries we had jackson lambert that's right lambert condo lambert he was in second justin lambert says son earned a wave us in in third and then we had a cadence calendar forth luke collins and fifth and that was the youth race and how cool is it that there was forty two entries in the youth race i mean that's that's so rat forty two entries and then those were the one fifty or one seventy class right so why you've got the youth to fifty kill us it was a dallas gonzales taken the when they're in in the youth to fifty class so i in those tell you what those two fifty's is crazy man singer.

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