22 Burst results for "Macklemore"
"macklemore" Discussed on Giant Bombcast
"Where he's spaceship crashed on planet pop star and all of the pieces of a spaceship spread across all these levels. So Kirby goes across planet pop star his home planet gets all the pieces for mangalore, brings him back. The ship gets going, and then after you get through world 5 or 6, then you go to magazine home planet, and then you continue the game there. And then you go through a number of worlds there. That's where I'm at right now. I just got to his home planet. So I'll be playing through that, and then I'll find out what the bagler campaign is. But there, I think you play as mangalore and if you want to play with other people, it's like various colored versions of magazine. So I don't think you're playing this curvy, which I'm like, I'm not sure if my kids will be super into that, but Emmy has been drawing mangalore at school since she found out about this game. All right, there it is. It didn't take long. Yeah, she brought home the whole thing. Hi, I'll show you, I tweeted it. You'll really dig it because it's just like, it's curvy waddle D, yes. I think that's true. The whole crew. This car goon is like my new favorite character. I'm not gonna make him out as far as cartoon toy that's on Etsy before someone else buys it. And it's like, oh, I already bought it. I bought them all at you. I'm coming for you. It's really good though. Looks VV adjacent from FF 9. For folks. Yeah. Yes, totally. Like one of the Final Fantasy wizards. Absolutely. I'm gonna just say it magel or instead to so I don't inadvertently say keep saying magal or sure, that sounds right. Just because magic. Is that anything? That's something. You know what? I'll give you this. There you go, Jesse. There you go. And that about does it, photograph about video games. Today, someone keeps saying macklemore. You know what? That's it. It's just macklemore. There you go. It's just macklemore. You guys remember that Kirby game with macklemore in it? Yeah, $20 in his pocket. Yeah. Up in some tags. Is Michael more okay? Is macklemore doing all right? I don't know. Listen, I don't feel. We've been asking that. For a decade now. The minimum wage in Seattle is like $15 an hour. He's fine. Okay, all right, there we go. There we go. We're gonna take a quick bricky break and find our friend macklemore, see if he's doing okay. We're gonna go collectively crochet some S car goon toys and plushies and put them on. First, I have to learn how to crochet, but we'll see. And we're gonna cool off real quick and we'll be back with the news after this break.
"macklemore" Discussed on RISE Podcast
"Hi guys. It's back to school. It's back to school. I am so pumped. So pumped isn't the right word. I'm so relieved. That is what I am. It is about one hour post dropping all my children off on the first day of school, and I'm so freaking relieved. I just, let's start first of all by thanking our teachers. Our teachers are school administrators, the people who do the crosswalk that literally every single human being who makes it possible for children to be at school. Because I don't know about y'all, but I'm so grateful. Let's do the asterisk. I am so in love with my children. I'm so grateful I get to be their mom. All of those things. But oh my gosh, am I happy that they're back at school? Mostly because I need a routine. I mean, I think kids need routines for sure. I'm like the routine queen. But I personally need a routine. Especially working from home. I need to be able to count on from 8 a.m. to ten 30 a.m. I have the ability to do work and then at this time, if I wake up early, I'll have time to work out. For me, the routine is so clutch and so important. And I always go into the first couple of weeks this summer and I'm so happy because I'm like, yay, we don't have to get out the door and you certain time. We don't have to be anywhere at a specific moment. But for me, that wears off real fast. And this summer felt long. I don't know if it felt long to you guys, but it definitely felt long to me. And I'm so, oh, golly, yes, let's go. Let's go to school. So pumped. I was driving away from the school drop off, which if you have kids, you know, first day of school drop off is like absolute chaos. I just wanted to like whoop and holler. Like, yay, praise be, praise be. Let's all just take a minute. I got back to my house and I'm the only one here and I put on some macklemore and I danced around and I just let my body be happy, probably gonna take some sage or some poly Santo and smudge this whole house and bring in good energy for the new year, but holy crap. I just want to shout out everybody who made it through summer with lots of kids we did it, guys. I have my oldest is a sophomore in high school, an 8th grader, a 5th grader, and my baby started kindergarten today. And I sort of thought, you know, you never know with kids, sometimes they're, you think they're gonna be fine and then they kind of freak out and then other times they just throw you a peace sign and keep on walking. And that was my daughter. She just she gave me a hug and walked right in. I thought I was gonna walk to class. And she was like, no, I want 40 to walk me, which is her brother. So we call her brother. She's like, no, I want 40 to walk me. And off they walked, and I was like, oh, oh, all righty. All right, well, great. So no tears by anybody and just celebration by mom. And I thought it was a really fun topic to start today's podcast with because even if you don't have children, I feel like this time of year is a really great time to consider a reset. Whether that's, you know, hey, we're getting towards the end of August and September starts, maybe you want to wait a minute more and go into October, but I just always think that the fall is a really nice time. I know it's not fall. It's still a 110 here in Austin. But I think that the fall is a really nice time for a reset. And for me, a reset looks like looking at the routine that I have used in the past and then mapping out some new ideas. I think that we get stuck in ruts or we sort of continue or carry on with processes that no longer serve us because it's just so habitual that we don't stop to take a moment and kind of see what needs to be fixed or adjusted. And this time of year because my kids go back to school, it's a natural moment for me to look at my own routines and see what's working and what's not. So during the summer, we really just kind of get through, you know? We're doing fun stuff. We went on vacation. We had a lot of time at home. We're playing outside in the sprinkler. We're doing stuff like that. And now we've got to get back into a routine that's going to make everyone feel really good. And as a parent, one of the things that I really believe that helps the most for you and for your kids is to have a schedule that everybody can depend on. I'm probably more scheduled and regimented, I think than maybe the average hippie, but I found that with so many kids, there's four kids and they're with me for a week and then they go with their dad for a week and the way that I think I can make that process and that transition as smooth for them as possible is that they have a really clear understanding of what is going to be happening at any moment. So we have a pretty set routine. It changed a little bit this year because my youngest now is in elementary school instead of preschool. So there's two school drop offs instead of three. And other than that, we just kind of jumped back into the routine that we would normally do. That being said, I feel like my routine is changing up and has changed up a lot in the last few months. So I just thought I would walk you guys through that in case this is a great opportunity for you to also try a reset to try a new routine to flip things up and change things up and see what might work better for you. But kind of how I figure it out is based on what I am trying to accomplish in a given season of life. Right now, I've got two major work projects that are happening. And so everything in my life as it pertains to work is about how to accomplish those in the best possible way. So the two big things that I've got going on besides podcasts, obviously, is my next book is due soon, so that's fun. I've been writing on my next book, which I'm really excited to share with you guys when it's finally time. And
"macklemore" Discussed on RISE Podcast
"Getting motivated. You guys, straight up. You know, I was like, I had some time after a bunch of meetings and I was like, I'm gonna record a podcast and try and put something out with feeling good, and I'm not gonna lie, I have on a little bit of makeup right now, which was like, well, if you got on a little bit of makeup, you should just go ahead and knock out a podcast. Oh my gosh, because if you're listening to this on audio, I also put these on YouTube. So every once in a while, I actually have something going on up here, and I felt like I should take advantage of it. But I was dancing around to macklemore's new song because I love macklemore, and I hope you guys love him too. I don't even care. One of the best performers I have ever seen live. And I am not being paid to say this, but he is on tour this summer. It's him and imagine dragons, and I am taking my three boys, and I don't even care. I'm going to holler scream, sing at the top of my lungs. I love both of those performers, but also if anyone listening knows macklemore, he's literally. I have a list on my mirror here of my dream guest. Macklemore is literally at the top of my list. And I do not know how to contact his team, but holy crap, I would just kill. Like, you guys, if you know me, if you've been with me for a while, you know, I love The Rock that's like one of my heroes. I love them so much. If you were like, Rach, you can sit down with The Rock or with macklemore. It is no contest. I love you, Dwayne. There's no contest. It's gotta be macklemore and do you know why? Creativity. And authenticity. Because I don't know many other musicians at his level that just do such creative, cool, weird. Like he had an entire song about thrift shopping. He had an entire song about buying a moped, but they're like these epic crazy. Oh, I love them so much. Out of care. In a totally platonic not weird way. If you are on macklemore's team and you're like, maybe he could sit with Rachel, but we're worried that she's a stalker. It's not that. It's just, I really admire his creativity. So, I was jamming out to his new song, which is so good. Oh my gosh, please go check it out. It's called chant. And I was like, what do I want to talk about today? I map out a bunch of different ideas for the show in my handy dandy journal and so I had a bunch to choose from. And I just felt really called and maybe this was the espresso that I drank. But I just felt really called to talk about motivation. That's what I want to do. I want to motivate you today. Whatever it is you're working on. You're going back to school. You're on a health journey. You have a business idea. You know, you got a side hustle. You're trying to train for your first half marathon. Whatever it is you're trying to do. Today's episode is for you. It is just straight motivation. It is straight energy. It is the kind of thing that I wish I could go access in the world and just hear somebody pump me up and tell me why I can do it. That's what we're going to do today. I'm going to tell you why you can do it. And I thought it would be fun. Do you guys remember have you ever played that game two truths and a lie? So when I was writing out the ideas, I was like, oh, these are three truths and a lie. So three reasons why your dream is going to work. That's what we're talking about today. And then one lie that if you believe it will keep you from making it happen. So before I jump into those things, I feel like it's worth saying, oftentimes, probably not by you guys, because I feel like if you're hanging out, if you're listening to shows, if you're reading my books or going to my event or whatever, we're like minded. We like to be motivated. We like high vibes. We like energy, we don't always get there, but we're striving, we're seeking, we're wanting something more out of life. And I sometimes think that people like us get a bad rap, right? They're like, you know, you're too hyper, you have too much energy, you're too loud. The world's burning down. It's a dumpster fire. Why are you trying to reach for positivity? Why are you trying to reach for joy when everything feels so hard? And so there is a belief sometimes that there's something inauthentic about reaching for motivation when life is hard. And I just, I honor everybody's right to believe whatever they want to believe. But for me personally, the reason that motivation and energy and hyping each other up and jumping up and down and changing your physiology, the reason those things are powerful is because the world is a dumpster fire. You don't need that stuff when life is going great. You need that stuff when life is really freaking hard. So so much of what we do when we talk about habits and sort of instilling a process and a way to live, it's not for the perfect days. It's not for the great stuff. It's not for the highest highs. We learn these lessons and we implement these practices for when life is hard. And I don't know about you, but life is still hard over here. I don't know. I don't have a single friend. I don't have a single colleague who isn't still feeling a bit burnout a bit overwhelmed. I don't know about y'all, but everyone I'm talking to right now, it feels like we're kind of falling bad. We were so conscious of great habits when we went into lockdown, but for those of us who still work from home and maybe for those of you who are even back in an office place, I feel like we've forgotten the things that we needed to be doing that were helping us.
Another Mother Runner
"macklemore" Discussed on Another Mother Runner
"That is problematic also because you're raising the stress on your body. You're not giving your body a chance to recover. All of that is just counterproductive to your goals. So coming at it in a more positive place is important, feeding yourself, fueling yourself around your workouts, all of that helps your body and it helps your mind because when you start cutting carbs, you get more anxious, like it's all this big picture. You know what I mean? Like there's no, you can't really tease it out. What I really, really encourage people to do too is to just be mindful of your self talk because when I say, I look like a menopausal cow. I, oh, this fat, I look terrible. My legs, what you don't mean to, but you're telling other people they look terrible. Are you making them feel that they might look terrible? And that's real. That's contagious. You know, so I feel that so strongly, like the women's magazines have done this thing to us where we talk about our muffin tops and we have these terrible terms for our bodies. And we've absorbed this. And it is a contagion. And it's almost like a disease. And I just would love to put an end to that. And just see what your body can do and you're always going to be more critical of your body than what you're seeing in the mirror is not what other people are saying in you. Right? That's always the case. So it's just something I feel super, super strongly about. And when you turn it into a more positive place and you focus on what your body can do and you fuel your body around your workouts and you have this more centered presence around living through your body and not for your body or this image, all that other stuff that's those dominoes start falling and you actually do become in a place where you're more satisfied. To solve that makes sense, I know that was a long conversation. Yeah, no, but I think I love that idea of living through your body not for your body. I just wrote that down because that's a hard transition to make, but holy cow, it's a big one. And also, yeah, go ahead. I was just going to say, let me just finish with, yeah. How many times in your life have you gotten to a certain age? And then you look back at pictures of yourself 5 or ten years prior. When you hated what you saw and you were like, I looked great. I looked amazing. That does not change. Whether you're 40 or 50, when you're 8, you're going to go, I was slamming, like, such as the waste time. Just don't waste that time. You know? As macklemore says, these are the good old days. Right now, we're living in so totally so, soak it up. I love it. I love it. Well, and I gotta say, selene, you hooked me from your forward, which was different than the intro.
"macklemore" Discussed on KOMO
"In the mid 50s downtown now it's 48 All right okay the Seattle kraken adding two high profile names to their list of investors and we've got Jennifer King from Seattle refined here with more on this and social media is on fire You can't go online today without catching this it's very exciting the Seattle kraken are adding some additional star power to their ownership group Grammy winner macklemore and former NFL running back Marshawn Lynch are now part of the minority investor group These two are taking small stakes in the franchise but they say they have big ideas about community engagement and outreach to go along with their financial commitment Of course you know macklemore is a Seattle native and he's actually been part of the ownership group for the sounders since 2019 He says Seattle is my home and as amazing as it is to have a professional hockey team in the city I'm just as excited that myself and marchand are becoming part of the ownership group And of course Marshawn Lynch she played 7 NFL seasons for the Seattle Seahawks You have to go check out the Instagram that macklemore posted today featuring his baby Hugo And it also has the two guys posting up in the kraken locker room on the ice You really can't miss it today So that's some exciting news from Seattle refined It's been fun to see Marshawn Lynch riding around on a zamboni as well Go to Seattle refined dot com slash radio for more From ABC News tech trends The New York international auto show brings with it not just new cars but new carmakers Andre Hudson is the head of product development for indie EV a startup automaker that's showing off its first car a 5 seat electric crossover called the indie one We'll have.
Smart Podcast, Trashy Books: Reviews, Interviews, and Discussion About All the Romance Novels You Love to Read
"macklemore" Discussed on Smart Podcast, Trashy Books: Reviews, Interviews, and Discussion About All the Romance Novels You Love to Read
"Snow white is a beautiful story with the transgender protagonists. Who is getting out of mother shadow. So that's that's really the focus on that. Which i fishers bert which is actually a news story to me. Is this really rule Colonial indian kind of magical story was tigers. And it's so creepy. I try to figure out what straight up our. I'm in hansel. Gretel is is hat ballistic horror. That's a hard one. Oh yeah that's a horror story. Yeah oh and it. And it's maybe a horror story. It's actually the question is. Dr is one sweet romance at by macklemore. Who's like anthology bro. In everything. And that's amazing. But i know i guess is also pretty sweet story but you know this longhouse drag queens and social media presence and beds very thoroughly modernized. It's so interesting when you look at fairy tales because so much of them were prescriptive tales of limiting power among women a lot of the time and were meant to keep the idea of gender and and role in society in this very very narrow definition. If you're just like cub blue let's blow this way out and and include everybody and retail all these stories. That must feel very thrilling. It's very thrilling. Any has been the national outcome all these anthologies oh yes honestly phenomenal is hideous heart. I gave nodes are action other than like approximate workout. And it's po- you kinda know you're supposed to do in terms of by And nobody turned in a story with a white now main character even though this clearly dominated who stories all these new gazes that weren't impose original work at all and it needs such a difference and was really fascinating. Phenomenal difference mates. So as i've gone on these. I have more actively sought out. Yeah actual people will do and again. I'm not really necessarily give instruction. But i'm more i mean. There are things where i'm like cross-dressing crossdressing strong shakespeare and i'm like okay. Some of these stories need to go to trans authors. Like this is. This is what we're doing here so there was a little bit more. Like i would love you to join. I would really love you. Tell one of these stories. So there's a little bit more Shutting specific stories and people that were stories had to be neurology. Because or shakespeare apology in a certain stories mustang and there was who i wanted to tell so i got a little more active new people. Being the heroes of these new people see themselves in these versus the works and the best part having that coming into classrooms..
Sawbones: A Marital Tour of Misguided Medicine
"macklemore" Discussed on Sawbones: A Marital Tour of Misguided Medicine
"I can understand the temptation but then you take one step back in. And it's like that's a hundred dollars for dirt. I mean what would macklemore save. He's a thrift shop. You know. I think he'd let me turn around walkway. Get the sheets smell like but let me. Let me ask you a question. Though so humans eat eat food and the foods that we eat take for the most part effort right like we either. If you eat baby bells you could amuse there for administrative while these guys open if you if you eat animals like our ancestors had to punt them kills them eventually figure out to cook them so on so forth. If you eat plants got grow him you gotta find you gotta sure it's not the poisonous ones but the not poisonous ones and heathrow mix of them so if it were as easy as just eating the dirt. Don't you think somebody would figure that out a long time ago and we would just eat dirt. Well they're not saying have this instead of food right. No but i'm saying like if you really need to eat dirt. Dirt was already everywhere like they would tastes better. Well we could have been eating dirt all along. We moved down. Took us all this effort to get her. She needs burger. But we jersey dir. Okay if i can get what. You're saying biologically evolutionary lucien argument. That like yes. If over the past million years as humans were developing some people so they were like there's brown food all over. And i'm gonna eat as much good stuff as i can and we probably would have evolved a taste for dirt if it was like the goods and gets go for. We've talked about this on the show before with people who eat clay like we've talked about the concept of eating different kinds of dirt And that there are like cultural traditions. In some societies that have ingested various forms of dirt at times but it is not the cornerstone of anyone's diet and is not included in our essential. Like this is what you have to eat to survive as a human on earth because it's not right What they claim it will do though. This isn't just about like you know you'll see a lot of it's a food supplement and that's probably more like legal reasons because what they say is that it's gonna fight inflammation again. It's that non. There's so much stuff in the wellness industry that's sold under this. Like the specter of inflammation are earn natural enemy of inflation. Yes and like yes. Inflammation is the thing and yes. There are many reasons you can experience it. But the idea that everyone's just walking around inflamed. All the time is is false That it regenerate cell tissue that it delivers it delivers oxygen to yourselves. But it is also an antioxidant so it both gives an stops oxidation oxidises in anti-oxidising which is really impressive. It stops gene. it improves metabolism. It and circulation. Memory mood your immune system. It's a good booth. boost it will improve your heart. Health it will remove. It will detox you. The detox is a big part of it. A lot of the talkers are using it as a detox so they have to remove heavy metals in their body they have to remove all the toxins in their body and so this is how they're trying to do it they say it's good for rebalancing your gut flora the idea being that like it naturally contains organisms. That are good for your gut and you need those So we we're gonna put him back in It balances your hormones. That's a big selling point They again. I don't i don't know and in terms of like Who is you know. Terms of like where they get these claims You can link to some of their studies per se on the website to find like..
The Sales Life with Marsh Buice
"macklemore" Discussed on The Sales Life with Marsh Buice
"Things to it and then i discovered the sales life when i was at the bottom rung in life. The only person who was there for me was me so i to hear for myself. I was forty four when that started. So don't give me the excuse. Oh it's too late. Never too late and so now everything. Kinda spills into the cells live. The sales life is the lead driver the amplifier in my life but the running pours into that and the sales pours into that so much so that a name the podcast sales life. Because i really believe that you can take these sales skills even if you're not in the sales profession and use them to never settle in your life again. It's all these creative energies. That you have that. I want you to find in your life in the song. Ten thousand hours. I love what macklemore wrote you put in the hours and like what you got nothing. You can hold but everything that it is something. You can't verbalize sin energy senescence. It's a fabric of who you are. It's sacred what is that sacred thing for you and i want to hear from you. I got a brand new way that you can do that. The website marsh bice dot com is live s. h. like swamp by spe- you ic- like juice with ibm for marsh. Vice dot com there. You can find all the episodes at the top. You'll find links where you can connect whatever social that you hang out and also on the right hand. Side of the page is a microphone where you can leave me a message. Your voice comes directly to me. And i'd love to hear how your progress is going. Would you recommend the cells someone else. This will show your support but also help grow the show. The only way that we power this show the only way that we can get it out to others through you so your voice matters most with that. Remember the greatest sale that you will ever make. It's a sale. You won't do because you're more than today. Amazing same sales..
Online Marketing Made Easy with Amy Porterfield
"macklemore" Discussed on Online Marketing Made Easy with Amy Porterfield
"My next student is actually returning to the podcast from episode number. Three hundred twenty nine. How three entrepreneurs found success serving a small niche audience. Her name is sandra macklemore and while she was waiting to get her green card to become a. Us citizen during which you can't work or travel for five months. She was left thinking about what she wanted to start. A business around a friend suggested she go with a small niche and create a course for the travel industry. Sandra had worked in the travel industry for over twenty years from retail to the marketing media revenue product and even strategy side of things. She had done it all so it just made sense to her to turn this expertise into a course called travel marketing revolution which shows travel advisers had to get new clients online and has allowed her to build a seven figure business. Now side no. Sandra came to my house and we filmed testimonial with her and when she came i got to meet her wonderful husband and the most adorable little boy with the chubby cheeks. Like i'm thinking of him now. And get the biggest smile on my face. He was such a little charmer so anyways. Really fun that. I get to meet my students in person and hear their stories so this one is very personal to me. I just love sandra. So here's how she honed in on her topic so when it came to picking my course topic have to say it really picked me. I really took your advice seriously about imitating teaching something that i actually had proven results in doing myself off book lines so i visualize my career from the beginning of my career to that moment and i saw street intersection with three streets. May one st was marketing. Another street was the travel industry experience and the last street television high-sticking producing so there's like three things. I'd spent most of my career doing at the time. I had eighteen years of experience in those three industries professions. So it was literally starring me right down the face. My expertise was in travel and marketing and media. And so. it's my surprised at that. What i ended up calling my business travel marketing media so like you. I started out serving my audience with social media. Coaching and services and i did two years of one on one work now. I love one on one. Like as much as i like being course grade. But those two years have preached critical to me as they were the start of me truly lining my ideal client so even though there are literally like a hundred forty five thousand travel advisors in america. I know them intimately intimately like collectively. I know them intimately. I know problems. They face in their business neither insecurities and how all of those years of work experiences. That have led me to that. Intersection can help them. I knew that. I wanted my cause to solve the one problem that travel advisers. Have and that's getting a consistent stream of new clients so in a world where everyone is slammed with ads on tv on their newsfeed encouraging. Them to d. I y the travel plans by booking online. It's challenging time for travel advisers to be seen and heard a lot of people would say to me like do they even exist anymore and getting a consistent. Dramatic clients is hands down there. Universal number one problem for their profession. So my course topics solves that problem for them. My course. health traveled visors. Get a consistent stream of new clients. The travel business and i truly believe that if you're coast creates the opportunity and support for a transformation and if you only try to solve one problem for your clients you can create a course that makes a difference and of course. Of course that's easier to sell. So if i could have created a course on how to start and schedule a travel business but that's huge and that will take the least a hero to for my students to see results. I could have created a chorus on how to better use instagram to gate. Authorities travel adviser. But that's just like one of the things that they need to do every day and quite honestly it's not really a game changing tactic that their business to really focusing in on their biggest problems by clients had.
If I Were You
"macklemore" Discussed on If I Were You
"Give this guy advice. He can tell his girlfriend that somebody sent him the link and he saw the bracelet and he wants back. That is what happened. It's exactly what happened i think. Yeah yeah i mean it would be more embarrassing stumbled upon it yourself but then you could just say that your friend send it to you. This one year friend actually sent it to you. Yeah your friend sent it to you. See there it is that's easier. I didn't tell you my idea that we should become seattle crack in h. l. fans and become the most Popular seattle because right. Now that franchise doesn't exist that they don't have any like premier fans like we could be like by default the most famous seattle cracking fans because no one else cares about them yet yet. Yeah i assume other seattle celebrities will slowly going to beat us to it for sure. A map there's more we'll be. Maybe they're game one but if we get like pre-season tickets and we're like we're all in on seattle crack and maybe we can like finagler way to become a the most. I'm a big fan of seattle. I ll right seattle so yeah be like cracking in general like the idea of a sea creature. Cb's yeah actually my d- character It's kind of like a an old school sailor who would have liked fought cracking since stuff so That actually tracks that a lot. I wake again into hockey. it's not too dissimilar from the soccer that you're into its during the same season as sorry football and it's like what nights basically. Yeah i could. I fuck with hockey the pr the i. I can't see the puck when i watch hockey on. Tv yeah it. That's all that's a problem because they're big guys and then like sometimes you see the puck and sometimes they're just sort of lost inside. The group of guys that are fighting for the puck. Yeah but i definitely i. I've been to some hockey games. And i had a great time professional. Nhl games been to two rangers games. Actually wow are you willing to leave the rangers and join the crack in cass cracking community. Yeah yeah okay all right putting it out there. The crack and fan club actually needs eight members for one of each of its tentacles. But it's funny that so it's me and you and then we just need six others so that way for us to meet celebrities as well. It's like jake and amir macklemore. Russell wilson sean campion and then we need four other famous pearl. Jam may be. That's four people right there there. It is great. We're just sort of a pod as it were rooting for the crack. And we've weasel our way into becoming the biggest crack and fans on the web. They probably all have other shit to do. But you and i. We're not that busy. We could go to every game. Yes and if they give us what is it called courtside not. Yeah but like what's called. Yeah rinkside we really want ringside tickets. So if anybody from the seattle crack in his listening to this jake and i would love to sort of don your jerseys and sit ringside at a crack in golden knights. Game about all right. That's it that's our time. Thanks for listening. Thanks for emailing in your questions. If you've got your own theme song cinema all down to if i were you show at g mail dot com. That's right opening theme song by misty lakes or just half of it. Let's hear the entire theme song. Now i'm alive for more of us. Chattan content videos animated shorts. everything. It's pedro dot com slash today. That's right there's a new stuck out right now. Correct three episodes of that animated series. We're putting out takes to the jake and mirror episodes. That were posting. There's jake and amir watches. I mean the patriots blowing up. There's no better time to dozen. It's a buzz with this shit So yeah enjoy that and We'll be back on thursday probably again. Wow we're making a lot of shit recently too much. Some could argue too much shit not us though no not at all. We love it okay. We'll be back by. Burn off Bird was a hit them original..
The Ray & Dregs Hockey Podcast
"macklemore" Discussed on The Ray & Dregs Hockey Podcast
"Everybody so interested in is going to stay locked in that. I mean look not in the logistics business not in the marketing business. That should have been alive draft. Yeah and then. They should've had numbers for the players. So you could hook them up on zoom on that giant screen. That was read over top of their head. Yeah and what else. Macklemore should open that with a with one of his songs. Yeah he was fired. Up soon was wired. He's fired up. Get here to rock the thing out going right away. He sounded like arena. Announcer was axed. We gotta get him to do. E ram hearts. I think he's right. Well we're going to continue here on. The podcast talked about the seattle crack. And obviously i mean. It's a big part of this week as we go through episode. Thirty two brought to you by infiniti. We have seattle cracking forward. Jared mccann who spent well not very much time with the toronto maple leafs but a better time. He'll talk to us about just how that process went with sheldon. Keep the coach. The leaves lubis general manager the conversations that they had secured mccain will join us later in the podcast ray and i love an ira instead. Easy racist which. I don't think there's going to be part of the interview. But hey look that you're on the podcast. A very good. Does she have any trades. You have any trades to announce rates wants to know what you're traits. Do you have any traits. That she's getting. Give me the middle figure here. In a second is what's i can't hear cami and i'm not a very good liberator. Can we call her back. How's that we'll call you back. Enjoy your lunch by so that staying by the way. That's not being edited out. We're gonna keep that. I knew she was. She was gonna call so good for her anyway. Might be the only time..
Imagine a Place
"macklemore" Discussed on Imagine a Place
"Sierra peyton together. They'll share their expectations. Their wishes in the future vision. Of what design. Your world could really mean to this industry all right masirah. So you're joining us as the instructor is the primary instructor for design your world and before we even talk about design. Your world Do you remember your favorite teacher. I you have a favorite teacher. Think i should ask that i did. You have a favorite team. Have a cluster if not favourite teachers are just have moments that i remember. I had my first grade teacher. Miss earth which i remember her from my privates like my christian school. Let's see you have my third grade teacher. Ms donaldson I remember her. I remember my eighth grade. Art teacher missed swank She told me. I was a great artist. Okay so miss swank. First of all love her. I love her name. She was she had she was not. She had like a sore light blonde. Pixie cut and she was like she just had that look. Nice just like your fine your fund teacher. I it'd to be like her so so she made an impression. That's like i had a. I remember my kindergarten teacher. Mrs bradley and she got married in the course of kindergarten and so she was miss macklemore..
Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"macklemore" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"The Lakers got one last night if they needed it for a variety of reasons. Number one. Just creep a little further away for the cut line for the play in but also, you know, Gotta get those senses going back in the right direction. Feel good about themselves. Get a big win without without LeBron, who was resting up his ankle play the previous couple games, and I guess it was a little bit sore. So you know, it is funny how this happens. I mean, Jamal Murray goes down. Yep. They've wanted tutta games without him, not saying that is not valuable, but You know, sometimes when you know, you know, Okay, it's a story driven Lee. We all know that. But, you know, I thought it was one of those things where so little more effort, so a little more focused, You show a little more urgency. I know that this very cliche driven, but I think for the first time in a while, and maybe LeBron's words sparked them. The Lakers seemed highly motivated 89 points they gave up like, Look, the pace was real slow last night. He wants his game and he was 94 or something like that, which is so atypical for today's NBA, But it's also the effort on the defensive side of the ball that is really carried this team for the entirety of the absence of their two stars between and this is a credit to Frank Vogel. And you can't you can't really ignore it. Defensive rating wise people like you need to think about this because how many points they scored, that they went, loves the score right. The defensive rated gloss. Angeles Lakers didn't number one in the league and defensive rating right now, Now scoring is when they was where they struggle their 24th. An offensive rating. But the fundamentals that Frank Vogel has instituted with the guys that are still there mantra is harrowing, Kala Koosman and even asked Caruso. These guys we're playing these heavy minutes right now are solid and their sound and it's allowed them to I guess, survive this in ways that if if they didn't have this, they be getting blown out of the building on a lot of nights. And last night, I think that's kind of what we what we saw You force it into one guy's hand. Write a Joker. Nikola Jokic, can you do it by yourself? Turn out right. Did the score 32 Porter had 19 But other than that, That the Lakers defense clamped down significantly and it was, and that's why they ended up getting a win. Even though they're short staffed in a sense, because we obviously know dinner shrewder is now out as well, because he's in the protocol for concussions, etcetera mean Ah Cove it. Yeah, it's funny because they're shorthanded with without some of their marquee players. Obviously, LeBron is true, too. But you know, they got The Lakers have a bench. No doubt they've got some names, and they've got some bodies who have won. Yep. Move individually. Put up some big numbers. I mean, Marcus all doesn't Layton. But us was Matthews is that Warden Tucker's a player. A lot of people like Ben Macklemore. Around the league for a long time. Former first round pick Morris Marquis Morris obviously s O. You get when those two players come back. You slide. I guess it that point who Just slide to the boy. Obviously slide Caruso to the bench. Caldwell Pope. Exactly Right. And there you go. And you have Drummond who they picked up off the buyout, you know, from From Cleveland about a month or so back, and I don't know that we focus on their depth enough. I mean, generally, you know the biggest challenge when you have a super team or or you try to comprise a team, led by two megastars is to make sure that are making Max money to be able to round out the roster in a way that Their talents mesh with the talents of the superstores. And while that fully remains to be seen, there's no shortage of options. That's for sure. Yeah, no, you're right in a lot of names and that and that's a good thing. And you know, while we were No se alarmist, But we were pointing to the obvious fact that the Lakers yesterday were sitting in the seven seed LeBron James is knocking on the play and tournament because they were sitting in it. A couple of wins, and they're right there in five and it's fine and then we have to worry about it. Right now. They're sitting in the five seed, they win one game. Portland doesn't play obviously and they're sitting in the five seed and so they feel like they're safer even though there is there another losing streak. They've been on two of these over the last two weeks or so three straight losses twice in two weeks. There another losing streak away from being in that dreaded playing game, But honestly, if they get healthy, meaning most importantly, LeBron James gets healthy. True. They're obviously you need as well because he's such He's such an integral part of what they're now doing. But if LeBron gets healthy, you don't work this So they worry about as much as that was harping on it Yesterday. Your take is actually actually right. Which was there getting the plane game. They're gonna win. The plane came right as long as LeBron is healthy that yes. The big question would never too worried about that, you know? Yeah. Yeah. The reason I bring it to say that because you when you look at the other metrics that matter, toe winning like how can you slow down the elite teams? Can you you know, Can you can you can you block shots like a D at the end of that ridiculous clothes out? Forget who it was taking a three pointer, but he closed out from basically the paint on and tipped it in the air and sealed the win for them. So if you play that kind of defense on with a different Postseason type urgency. You're winning basketball games and the Lakers don't have to worry about it right now. They play the Clippers. I know things of pride change, but right out there 45 matchup. They play l a battle belle Efe around one, maybe awesome. No, But yeah, But if I'm the N b, A. I'm not looking for that around one. No, but it still would be awesome. You know, in a lot of ways, if you think about it right because it's an urgency. It's not like you know, it's not like we can consider our season a success for the Clippers and then in the Western Conference finals, but it but it also goes the other way, too, yes for the Clippers saying and the Clippers got bumped in around one. No, no, We've referenced it, although it's been a little bit, But the Waco I rolled into l. A was not by the side door know that new bounds Commercial dropped the night that they opened up against the Lakers a couple of years ago and his Clipper debut. And you know that to me was emblematic of the expectations and they haven't come close to meeting them. I mean, at least the Lakers have a championship already. And if the Clippers were to get like, if I'm the Clippers That is the last match of they can say whatever they want false bravado. Yeah, we're gonna get serious, You know, losing that? Seriously. It's 45. Well, that, you know. I mean, I don't want to see the health of the Lakers. I probably would agree, Probably, but I'm assuming the Lakers Lakers gonna be healthy. Maybe that assumption, but None of my progress. He played a little bit. What two games? Maybe even three. Now He's right. I'm like just their their priest there. You know their season ticket previews. Kind of tell. We're taking a piece of the city and we're gonna get this. We're gonna get that..
"macklemore" Discussed on Brunch
"Loved the spirit of honesty throw one right in the trash immediately and growth Red by Taylor Swift in the trash. I thought the heist by Macklemore and Ryan Lewis should off. No way. Yes, I disagree with that in hindsight and people were I mean and at the time this wasn't like I got caught up in the Macklemore Mania which was definitely a thing. Yeah, and I liked the heist young people were when I was like, I would give this award to the heist. I think that good kid Maad City is a better out like I thought that good kid Maad City was the best album but I thought the The Heist just was this was very accessible like very enjoyable huge thing. And also I know that he end up getting blowback for it. But Same Love was like a very positive moment for yeah America that hip-hop which obviously like anything else unfortunately has a long history of homophobia. There was like this song Gay hip-hop Anthem. Anyway, maybe I and now that I say maybe I was a little caught up in the Macklemore sounds like you were a TIA but the name of this episode Macklemore Mania Mad Libs robbed of the 2012 right Kendrick did Kendrick send a text apology to Matt you you know about that right that Macklemore apologize to Kendrick Macklemore won best rap album that year which I would that's where I was like I had weird takes that year. I remember I was like Kendrick should win best rap album. Macklemore should win. I mean I am but that's like I mean it's easy to say now like in retrospect. I think it's kind of a fair take where it's like, it's Kendrick is like rooted in Hip Hop in a coma is a bit more accessible like kind of poppy exactly a Kendrick made a better album, but for I always I also my feel for the Grammys back when I really cared about it was different every year there would be surfing Here's where I was like no, this is the best album This is a work of art. This has to win for example to pimp a butterfly. Hm. I think that they're let's a lot of the the voters the academy or whatever may not have been huge Kendrick Lamar fans. They're probably thinking more nineteen eighty-nine and I disagreed with that but I was like no two people fly is just so much better than everything else. It should win other years like this year or like that year 2014. I was like, this was the Macklemore year. Like how does McLemore not win album of the Year? Even over Sara Bareilles who put out an album that very very strongly inspired 1989. I will go to my grave thinking that anyway, that was a really strong year for album of the Year candidates blessed unrest good kid Maad City read The Heist like read very easily off. Would have one I thought the red was going to win not a big red guy. I don't know if you know this that's crazy to me now. That's that's nuts. I think that I for a long time I said, my favorite Taylor Swift album was red because I liked it..
"macklemore" Discussed on Brunch
"Consists of four members. Q Kanye West Palm the two guys from yes every every person that Daft Punk is ever collaborated with is a member of of Daft Punk. I didn't listen to get lucky today and speaking of Pharrell. That's an impressive song because that first verse is just like very who cares mailed in in for a bath groups an electronic group Right Daft Punk, like electronic do Dakshin based bands. Yep Collective. They're like Odd Future. Yeah tons of people who sang coming in and out. That's right. Yeah for listen to the first verse of get lucky. You can be like, wow, they were like, let's print this one. They weren't like hey, let's let's do another passive it. I honestly think that that in this is a credit to that song. They're like this song is going to have a very very very often catchy chorus. Who cares about anything else and I think they devoted all their time to making a wonderful sounding chorus. And that was it. But Daft Punk for as much as I clear about them. I've never like I would go to a Daft Punk concert. I'd be very excited especially now. It's a reunion show. That's true. I just like didn't I never got excited about Daft Punk. I mean I got excited about cuz I know that they have hits and I know that like they don't do a whole lot of stuff. So when they do it's an event. Yeah, like they only had they were around for what like over twenty something years. They only had four studio albums. That's right. So I'm trying to maybe that's what you're thinking of there's not for members, but they have four albums. Yes Random Access Memories of was did not win album of the year. I think it may have yeah won album of the year. What year is that? 24? I remember I remember Random Access Memories, which is a song that had got lucky winning album of the year. And I was so annoyed. Let's see what the other the other song that I remember from. That is Lose Yourself to Dance and that song is just like super repetitive. Yeah. I yeah, I like like get lucky great song harder better faster stronger than yesterday. Great song The Baby One More Time classic. So my my do PS friends are on a big Sandstorm. Kick. Yeah, and that's like a meme really suck. Really? Yeah like a sandstorm is in right now. Yeah. People are like, yeah storm. Oh, yeah. Oh god. Well, then I'm missing the Joker some but anyway, I hate it off. Free playlist I do or something. They're like not going to put Sandstorm like give the people what they want like. Yeah, there there meaning you. Okay. Well, whatever went out Punk retired. I threw it out to the group. I was like off to get up one more chance don't know like better than Sandstorm know I should have been like you're gonna be like in honor of death, but death punk putting on the greatest hits and storm playlist this week. Okay, 2014 album of the Year nominees Random Access Memories the Blessed unrest by Sara Bareilles all I can only imagine what who where you're going good kid Maad City Kendrick Lamar. So that's why you're mad red-taylor-swift The Heist by Macklemore and Ryan Lewis. Thank God so.
"macklemore" Discussed on KOMO
"Activity as long as there's 500 square feet of space between each person. Fitness center say this amounts to about 10 to 15% capacity or occupancy. Today, the Department of Health reporting nearly 5000 new cases of covert 19 that pushes the total number of confirmed and probable cases above 268,064 65. More people have died and more than 15,000 people have been hospitalized since the outbreak began. City of Seattle in King County, or planning to create high volume vaccination sites to vaccinate as many people as possible. The sites will first serve those most at risk for serious illness or death from Corona virus. It will eventually open to the general. Public. Health officials say 70% of adults in King County must be vaccinated to reopen the region. Ah, medical Professor at U Dub says communication is key Detract away from a lot of misinformation is often put out there from vaccines. I think they really need toe step up the communication in the information that's available on these facts. Things. President elect find wants Americans to get there first shots as soon as possible. Instead of holding some for people second dose, Dr Fuller says. The move is risky to say somebody gets a single shot, and then they have to wait longer than 345 weeks to be able to get their booster immunizations. Second shot. Would the immunity still be there today, Governor Inslee and seven other governors demanded the secretary of Health and Human Services rollout, Maura Vaccines immediately. Visor now says they're vaccine is effective against new strains of covert. That first emerged in the U. S and South Africa, the variance arm or contagious but do not appear to be more deadly. Visor says they're scientists found the vaccine does recognize the newer strain and will fight it. However, the study still needs to be peer reviewed. Here's a live look at Blumenfield under all that fog even barely even see it tonight, But it is wild card weekend in less than 24 hours. Seahawks take on the Rams in the first game of the playoffs are pretty exciting times here. There won't be fans of this stadium, though, but that's not stopping all the excitement. Seattle rapper Macklemore raised the 12 flag atop of Space Needle on this blue Friday to spread Seahawks pride straight.
KNBR The Sports Leader
"macklemore" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"The bad, the comedic and the absurd of the sports year here, your hosts so important. The award is named after them. Brian Murphy and Paul McCaffrey on KNBR, one of 45 and 6 80 last night at the Black tie Thursday night Zoom Gala The Murph in Mackey for the most surprising Seahawks. Smack talk from a Grammy winning rapper went to platinum selling artist Macklemore, who joined Morphin Mac at Pebble Beach in February and wrecked his football team, But I'm a huge Seahawks fan. So we need to get into this man. This is the way of saying Look here, right? Little thing is great. Look to your right right there. See that way? Carried the game. Yeah, I just have to be honest there. Nothing made me happier than seeing you guys lose and below. And 11. 10 Point lead was seven minutes left in the game. That was I was texting. I was texting my management and my brother and I'm like, I just I was having this like self loathing moment of like The first year the Patriots are gonna win. And now that my second most hated team in the NFL is about to win the Super Bowl, like this is horrible. Like how And then it started to shift. You should see the smile on Michael Moore's family started. His shift can also pumped man. Oh my God, I'm still happy. Who cares are playing golf this week. The 40 Niners lost, but I love the Bay Area, man. I love the bay and now back to the 15th annual Murph in Mackey's. I appreciate the honesty, man. I do. And I love how he just shifted realizing record sales or it's very savvy business. Love the man. I love the day my fans in the bay. I'll see you guys next time. Hey,.
Families remember victims of the 9/11 terrorist attacks in New York City memorial
"Manhattan, remembering their loved ones who lost their lives in the 9 11 attacks because of Corona virus. There are two ceremonies this year, the 9 11 memorial family members who lost loved ones turned out in droves. They were face coverings. A recording of the victim's names was played because a Corona virus Paul James, Battaglia. W. David Power blocks away a Charity foundation holding a similar ceremony, insisting the names be red with sanitization in between speakers and my brother, Thomas Michael Edwards, as Macklemore says. Yeah. I heard you die twice once when they put you in the grave. And once London stop mentioned your name, Way will never mention your name. I'm Scott Pringle doubled Our news. Joe Biden and Vice President Mike
In the shadow of mothers Anne Enright
"Thank you so much for writing such an incredible book. I thought was really interesting. How the book was sent. Just you know it really does pass the test when it comes to two women talking to each other about things and so you also involved in the pen. International Women's Manifesto. Do you did you when you came to thinking about writing this book was. It was a thing where you're like. I want to tell women's stories in interesting ways or was it kind of just like I'm interested in these characters and I mean I've always written about women. It was actually my last book. The Green Road that to pretty central male characters is. It just never occurred me before. I think it was really good. Fun Rushing Man I. Oh Oh yeah. I can see why people might want to do this. But I more or less human beings amend their female. Because that's what I know bests I Yeah I've I've done a man to work on gender in publishing and reviewing and I keep obgyn BG on Alaskan. I'm quite an advocacy. Abbas my political life. It's not really my creative life. Yeah just swimming. Martin a book. That doesn't really figure just stuff that I need to put together. I find the figure of Del. She's an actress. Goes through from the forties rush up to the nineteen hundred s She's Big Irish figure. I actually thought was at least three things for me in terms of telling stories And how we tell stories and also in terms of Arlanda base with what that was I don't know why I put it from the point of view the daughter it seems to be the natural way to go is interested in glamour. And I think that glamour is kind of impart its idealization which children off their mothers very much but also the glamour contains little hint of loss. You know when something is glamorous. It's already nostalgic or it's already receding from you. That was a really good moment for a daughter to have a better mother so she has this big famous mother and of course. She's everything to to daughter as well. So there's those two things went together very well and I loved. It was told from the spectrum because it kind of the fact that she was completely unknowable. In some way and there was this privacy almost even in an intimate relationship. The daughter goes through to the first half of the book is almost like a memory and she tells you exactly where her mother was and what she did and all the rest. I like a lot of members. You're somehow there's a lot of color and detail an interest curiosity but some. I haven't got the key to the person or the key. In this case to want the person ends up doing because The mother the actress the star ends up shooting a a small town producer in the fish. I found it really interesting to the way. Describe the you played at Trinity Day. Do Waving into the book or research around. I wanted to raise it book for years. And I've been looking for good books for for for decades because I just loved the kind of hopefulness of the slight toll. Dryness of the high shambolic backstage is and how what the difference between backstage than going on under the lights is like and I did a digital native a small amount of acting when I was in my early twenties I'm at one stage. I had considered working out as a career but as unemployed as every other actor was and Oakland at the time which is pretty standard Unemployment rate of ninety five percents in the profession. But anyway I decided that it was a bit of a mugs game and I turned to rushing instead deafening fit higher percentage of my team. Maybe you're always employed advising earning anything but you and most people aren't but you're busy that makes sense so you're a professor of fiction. How does that affect the way you right now? Do you think it's changed because you'll teaching as well? Does she feed off students? Does it change the way you think about writing or is it kind of very separate fee? Yeah I teach creative writing a new C. D. I really enjoy it. I love the freshness of the page and the fact that it isn't finished yet the feeling that I am seeing seeing people's work shift with in a noble way when they bring us into an Ma and they start passing durant and they suddenly start seeing. What they're doing. There's all makes sense It's very steep learning curve for people. It's quite anxious anxiety provoking i. It's a big moment for them and I like being there Around US energy. I don't necessarily take anything to my own process as the Americans. You don't necessarily take take anything to to might to the desk from the classroom except Thou sense that this is what you're it's like. This is the air you breathe is high sentences are made where you put your common making all the difference. Hi can hinge a story or a book on on on high. Turn on a dime. I can build it slowly. I mean when you're in a book your inside it doesn't change on book eleven. You're inside you don't quite know what it is and I suppose there's a time when you start to look at. Yeah now I know now I know that is. That's glorious when that happens as we go to really good fun. Did you find the price of this book? I'm any different to the other. Books is kind of book. Very Different Orgy. Feel like you. You have a new well. Every book is the saying in us. I spend an enormous amount of time. Not Getting anywhere and slightly in despair rewriting and rewriting and rewriting. What feels like the wrong paragraph and that was on sometimes for our moms or is always goes on from him so I mean let's be frank and then I realized that have been growing the book that I've been solving other problems off the page. So there is a time for quite. There's a tipping point where you're actually. It's actually moving at takes about nuts about a year in for me and then another year in I get the gasses. I know where I know what the whole thing is going to be now. I'm a really foolish hopeful about. I'M A. I'm a great food at the desk because I don't know where I'm going. I start to book so it's up to mistake. Obviously somehow it works the must be some sense there but of an ending or where. It's going I'M I. I had the the episode that the the the mother choosing the producer in the foot and I must have had an more of motivation and history there as well but I just didn't know what was going along the way and have such an easy life if I could just make up my mind and say okay. This is a book in three parts and it takes place in three days and you know wakes up at five. Am and it ends at twelve midnight on Thursday. And here's what happens and then I just go type type type type but the problem. I think books that are too preplanned that there are. There are bits finished. There'd be dead on the page. You like something that's making itself up as it goes along. Yeah don't be seduced by parameters. Well no yeah I mean. People get all their ducks in a row. You've got a ROLODEX. There's no medicine today. Wouldn't ducks I like that. Tell me a little bit about how you think. Maybe people responding island to your writing as opposed to to anywhere else. Do you see a difference in. This book is so much you know a lot of set an island but it's also features. This character is to say that she was born in England and yes very much sees herself as Irish and being Irish is is almost a performance live aspects of her in some ways. Yes tell me about that. How did you feel about the perception of Irishness? Yeah well it was really interested in in this. Mongrel troy of the actors in the forties. There were actually came back from London. Dublin and the moines trying the countryside's To bringing Shakespeare to the small towns and and and then aren't the wonderful the way they show up at the stage when when Romeo kinks Julius is dead or whatever. I'm there's likely patronizing but they galvanized these small towns. People really remember the mirror very important they were real interesting and different to the texture normal Moore life which doses quite impoverished knitted during the wars. Anyway I love these guys It's been like Shakespeare while at the The they worked in India as well but the so they were kind of colonial remnants in a way but they weren't entirely English or Irish or anything. It was hard to identify. There was a guy called me home. Mclemore who has ended up finding Gate Piers Hilton Edwards and they were the only game in Ireland for for decades. They were a couple of never knew there. Were a couple in here so that was fine. So that's already really interesting. The meal mclemore. Who had apart from anything else Beautiful Beautiful Irish Gaelic. Irish was born in Winston and he made himself up. At what point did he change? I am he came to I. I'd have to look it up again. Became young to Ireland and decided he was going. He was called Mike Williams. I thank our Williams and he turned it into Macklemore and he spoke like that has an Irish theatre voice in which he did wonderful renditions and people didn't find him out. I guess we've got the Internet now. You will be able to so there. Was this gay couple and his sister married on your McMaster. Who's in my book? And they went around. I didn't I didn't. This is all history outside of the book and they went around the country so anything is possible. They might have been straight. You know that might be another kind of Mongol identity that they weren't they were. They were between borders between countries and between identities and they were actors. And that's what they were supposed to be.
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Sounders FC announces MLS Cup matchday information for fans, including special March to the Match performance by Macklemore
"Many plan to be up early to take in all the Sounders pre match excitement for the morning before the match starts at twelve noon today at CenturyLink field the March to the match rally at eight AM at Occidental park anybody sleeping nearby told told me me waking waking up up there's there's a a free free McLemore McLemore concert concert before before the the March March guests guests attending attending will will include include former former Sounders Sounders players players they're they're expecting expecting thousands thousands to to be be in in that that margin margin for for those those of of you you who who don't don't have have a a ticket to the game we're being told that in Occidental park there is a giant screen set up to watch that coverage Kamel TV by the way for MLS Cup beginning at
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The best new music this week: Jamila Woods
"Legacy. Days. How? Best every home. On them. Service. Hilton. Sick onto. Is. Bye. You everything Joan. So you. Never. Hugh. Sure is a lot of good music in the world. This one comes from Jamila woods her album legacy legacy, and the song is called Zora. She is a singer poet teacher, and activist and this is sort of a concept album for her. Yes. Every track is named after another hero or hero. Win of hers. All major figures in African American cultural history. Nikki Giovanni Sonia. Sanchez those are writers miles Davis Jean Michel Basquiat, the painter and in some ways so early into Jamila woods career is only our second full length album. This is a summation of her her mission, you know, because her work is very concerned with educating as you said with celebrating and steeping her listeners in the sensuality enjoy and power of this culture. You're the circuits really grand mission statement. And really it is a who I am and known largely as a collaborator chancellor apper chance to wrap. She's on macklemore. And Ryan she she has popped up as a featured guest bunch and has had collaborations go back and forth where people have appeared on hers, and it's a great session important moment right now for reclaiming these legacies. And I think her generation is very aware of the importance of that Jamila woods is the singer her new album is legacy legacy. We still have a few more elba's that we wanna play for this week's new