18 Burst results for "Marikana"
"marikana" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology
"That and incidental music especially with cool and looked at. It was probably even like a. We probably went to a movie launch. Or something. I can't remember it to be very little. I just remember. It was a sort of landscape. He kind of thing and the sort of the epic kind of look. But because i haven't seen it so long it'd be quite mysterious. Actually seeing it again. It'd be. I'll send you a link wind. The hull films on youtube easily watched. I'd love to see it. Get a proper blu ray releases some stage it pretty quicky movie and sort of fantasy and whatever obvious probably a little bit mowing to scout out school and stuff we were forever cellini movies and kinda pretty on bowl sort of staff just thought it was maybe a little it was a fantasy thing and obviously has ended up the wizard also whatever but as i was thinking it was a little more of a sort of a pop moving in a way which i took the likes like some of the attitude was very all which was good was getting away in marikana on taken either the screen that i'll probably on it once and then it didn't hang around long of read a whole bunch of stories about how the budgets with stuffed up in the promotions stuffed up and the soundtrack album didn't come until after the film had been out. It was a little confusing when all sing all that happened and then we will just off doing various things. I'll wilson's probably off putting another band together. Whatever and it was just sort of left us sort of around the kind of figure out what it was. Actually listen to the first. Monday rock album primal park. There's some of the music on this album. The ross wilson cuts. You're.
"marikana" Discussed on Conversations
"This is an abc podcast at the opening ceremony of the rio olympics. In twenty six. Eight cyclists enemies stood in the tunnel leading out into the marikana stadium. Anna had been chosen as our flag barra and behind her. The australian team was awaiting the noise coming from the eighty thousand. People cheering at. The stadium was enormous and when australia was announced over the loudspeaker and the team stepped forward into the light. It was like being hit by a wall of noise. And kala in rio anna. One lebron's making her the only australian to win an individual medal at four consecutive olympic games. But after her last race at rio and walked off the track and she didn't warm down didn't debrief with a coach. She just wanted to get out of there away from the village. Rhyme and back arm. And then you deep down that. Her racing career was over but she didn't know what was coming next and she didn't really know who she was outside of cycling. Finding that out has been as tough and as rewarding as any of those olympic races enemies. Memoir is cold now. Hi ana hi sarah. That's a big on a hey being asked to carry. The flag doesn't come when you you're a olympic athlete. I remember when kitty asked me to fulfil the position. I thought i was in trouble because you never get kind of acquisition by the chef de mission two for one on one meeting and i just racking my water. Have i done. What have i say done something wrong. And it really was a special night then the day before being ceremony. You gave a speech. The australian team the governor general was there the whole olympic committee. I think it was broadcast live back to australia. Do you remember what your first words were. Shit i've lost my. That was my first words. Were to the governor general. The chef de mission and the australian olympic team be shifted mission. Was thinking really not sure. We made the right choice here. If i don. I must say it was a great icebreaker because everyone just burst out into lofta and i did subside technology. Coal person and i had bumped the fire on on my way up to the turn which had caused my speech to go somewhere and i had to pad for a couple of minutes to work out how to bring it back. I actually wanted to go back to the olympics before we owe the london olympics in two thousand twelve where you are up against your long time rival and the hometown hero victoria pendleton in the to rightist sprint. Now in my naivety. I had assumed that once a bell sounded in a spring. You just ride as fast as you can until the finishing line. How is it not like that. it's We actually co that responds. Belfi vote so there are actually some athletes. At as soon as i hear a bell they will actually accelerate and sprint to the finish line but because on the type of sprinter that has a very fast acceleration. It bends out really quickly. Sorry the shorter that i can keep my races the better and if i hear a bell i still try to contain myself to see if i can get it to two hundred meters to go. Maybe one hundred fifty meters to guy so spade is element. You can be the fastest rider on the track..
"marikana" Discussed on Conversations
"This is an abc podcast at the opening ceremony of the rio olympics. In two thousand. Sixteen cyclists enemies stood in the tunnel leading out into the marikana stadium. Anna had been chosen as our flag barra and behind her. The australian team was awaiting the noise coming from the eighty thousand. People cheering at. The stadium was enormous and when australia was announced over the loudspeaker and the team stepped forward into the light. It was like being hit by a wall of noise. And kala in rio anna. One lebron's making her the only australian to win an individual medal at four consecutive olympic games. But after her last race at rio and walked off the track and she didn't warm down didn't debrief with a coach. She just wanted to get out of there away from the village. Rhyme and back arm. And then you deep down that. Her racing career was over but she didn't know what was coming next and she didn't really know who she was outside of cycling. Finding that out has been as tough and as rewarding as any of those olympic races enemies. Memoir is cold now. Hi ana hi sarah. That's a big on a hey being asked to carry. The flag doesn't come when you you're a olympic athlete. I remember when kitty asked me to fulfil the position. I thought i was in trouble because you never get kind of acquisition by the chef de mission two for one on one meeting and i just racking my water. Have i done. What have i say done something wrong. And it really was a special night then the day before being ceremony. You gave a speech australian team. The governor general was there the whole olympic committee. I think it was broadcast live back to australia. Do you remember what your first words were shit. I've lost my. That was my first words. Were to the governor general. The chef de mission and the australian olympic team be shifted mission. Was thinking really not sure. We made the right choice here. If i don. I must say it was a great icebreaker because everyone just burst out into lofta and i did subside technology. Coal person and i had bumped the fire on on my way up to the turn which had caused my speech to go somewhere and i had to pad for a couple of minutes to work out how to bring it back. I actually wanted to go back to the olympics before we owe the london olympics in two thousand twelve where you are up against your long time rival and the hometown hero victoria pendleton in the to rightist sprint. Now in my naivety. I had assumed that once a bell sounded in a spring. You just ride as fast as you can until the finishing line. How is it not like that. it's We actually co that responds. Belfi vote so there are actually some athletes. At as soon as i hear a bell they will actually accelerate and sprint to the finish line but because on the type of sprinter that has a very fast acceleration. It bends out really quickly. Sorry the shorter that i can keep my races the better and if i hear a bell i still try to contain myself to see if i can get it to two hundred meters to go..
"marikana" Discussed on Reason Podcast
"With being the first union soldier to fire back when being fired on so he was a he was like the this american hero. They would interview him at the time when he was alive. And say did you like any sports growing up. It's like more into books skies credited with inventing baseball but the y. Is is fascinating stuff. And it's if you like the works or the at least the approach of the great california historian kevin starr whose has a long series of books about california and the american dream which is as much of anything. It's a history of a myth or of mythology Or if you like the what is now called. The i think the museum of western history before it was the gene autry museum in los angeles again dedicated to sort of like the gap between the myth of the west as presented in the movies and the actual What took place and why that myth was created and what that says about america. That's what this book does Which is just great and the writing is is this spectacular everett. A lot of bad books recently. Some happy to read a well written book from a guy who knows his stuff and digging up a lot of Of information that had not been previously known and also underscored something that. I'm beginning to understand more myself living as i do in brooklyn and always hating people who are nostalgic about the brooklyn dodgers growing up. is The extent to which the history of of professional baseball is a brooklyn story. You know it isn't. It isn't deliberately chosen town. Perfect little upstate. New york it was bunch. Immigrants bunch irish i and others in In in brooklyn to prefer the superb bows were the robins to the dodgers. My welsh trolley dodgers because like the kids would literally get run over by the trolley. So like the one in finds evolution found a way but Yeah baseball in the garden by john. Thorne off you like baseball or if you like histories of myth great fun stuff super marikana And that's all the americana that we have time for our hope. Nick that your book had some america servings americana got all over so over the place but yeah listen to reason. Podcast is really great. All of us roundtable the wednesday nicholas be so for what you do. We have a whole podcast called katherine laughing at we. Little stroke your finnish. That's glorious purpose but this is alligator matt signing off..
"marikana" Discussed on I'm In Love With That Song
"Well chris. Thank you so much for joining me to talk about this record Tell me a little bit about what. Puerto productions is up to these days. I'm not challenging times well. My company focuses on Talent buying curing of festivals we do some booking management of for venues a lot of consulting and also presenting a special concerts and special events. So it's really a mix of things. And while i'm mainly based in seattle. I work on events in san francisco and in the boston area. Now coming out of our pandemic time at the moment is speaking to you now. We're seeing sort of a light at the end of the tunnel with vaccines But we're still not sure when we can really press the on button pressed the go button so to speak so i know that most things that i would normally be working in the summer won't be happening but in the fall feeling pretty good about it. Hardly strictly bluegrass. My biggest project gets a huge festival that happens in golden gate park in san francisco. Every fall usually the first weekend of october so three day event free admission an enormous event hundreds of thousands of people come to win while there is bluegrass. Henson in the name of. There's a lotta hardly in there too. It's very eclectic festival. Sort of marikana leaning festival But we'll have a rock and soul and folk and blues and it's very eclectic festival. I'm very proud to work. On and feeling some optimism will be able to present something that may need to be in a less ambitious level than we usually do. But we'll see also another thing that happens to me back in massachusetts. I present a festival town in the city festival. That's happened in lowell. And we hope to bring back this year. it's October twenty two and twenty three other targeted dates of it. Right now and i'm feeling good. That will be present something and so. I'm working on that right now. And i hope to have some news for you in the public Hopefully by by late spring early summer that we can move forward without. It'd be great. Yeah please let me know and i. i know. There's a lot a lot of people who are just itching to get To get live music back in their lives so thanks for everything you do to bring us live music. Thank you so much for joining me on this episode. Chris you and i. We've known each other for almost forty years now. Wow yeah we go back but it's always always a pleasure to talk to you so thank you so much for sharing your record. I'm very glad to do it. Man thank you so much. As i love i love you know you and i when we get together we love talking music And so this is one of my favorite subjects and great to speak with you. So cheers to you. Yeah well we would be talking about music. Even if the record button wasn't pressed. Exactly chris porter every bunny an old friend and a fascinating guy. Always joy to talk to him. Keep an eye out for porter productions. As soon as live music returns. He'll be back at it so go out and support those live events. Thanks for joining me for this episode. We are part of the pantheon. Podcast network the home for music related podcasts. Tell us about an album. That's made a difference in your life. You can post it on our facebook page. You can send email to love that song podcast at gmail.com or posted on our website. Love that song. Podcast dot com. Thanks again keep supporting the music you love and we'll be back in two weeks. Take care everyone..
"marikana" Discussed on The Leo Affects:
"Now that i know this one took this long. Do you suppose it would have been quicker. had cova. not you know mess with everything. Not necessarily i think actually probably would have taken longer. Because i probably still would have been focused on touring But at the same time you know. Even i mean i don't have a booking agent. Do everything myself. I i i call it. My management of my enchanted bandwagon. Do everything myself so I you know it just all everything is so time consuming and You know. I don't think i would have really gotten further on my own even just looking my own shows until i had album because it's very hard to communicate to sell one to promote or whatnot. What do is very hard to communicate that or what my ideas were in. My voice is a songwriter. And so having you know this album. I think is going to bring those things together. Now i i think if i was still touring this listener. Janda yeah you know. Sometimes you gotta look at the silver linings. Yeah sure what would john laura of music. If you had to put this into a nice neat little package what genre would you say. Wonder is i would say it's marikana. This is something that's been very difficult to determine because it doesn't quite fit perfectly anything But i would say it's marikana. I don't. I'm from long beach. I don't think i don't sing with a country..
"marikana" Discussed on Premium Hoops
"But then it just comes off like so much less characteristic in it's just like. that. You feel like you picked up this version at at at staples or officemax or something you know. You know who action I do not like I do not like Minnesota's step much Oh. Yeah. Okay. I'll bring back the cage year jerseys. Bill. Will The stripe that they have going. Horizontally down the top niche, your cross adopt Ana I like her alternates, those espn's ozone is the. One I don't know man I think. Yeah I still think if anything it's the HE I just can't stand the current. Now we can do better. I have enough about jared. All right. Let's move on to Let's talk about Utah. DENVER there don't against seven tomorrow night. Tuesday night I mean it's basically not even Utah downgrades basically Jamal versus Donovan. Mitchell. It's the way they're playing down the shot making between them is just it's it's on another level I'd never seen. A pair flares go head to head like they are right now for as long as I have I mean this is six games of Jamal Marikana, had a couple of stinkers in there but Don Mitchell has shown up every single night and you know what is This is the first series ever earned none of this is the. There's been more fifty point playoff games Fifty point performances these playoffs than there has been since I think it was two thousand one. And I think they're already tied in. It's literally just from the series is Mitchell has to Murray has already I believe it man I. So it's actually really funny A. We talked about this a little bit off air but I mean, this is changed my perception both guys so much especially. Jamal. Murray I. Mean ready. Hi Donovan. Mitchell I I love his game and I think he has a lot of growth contrary to what would the popular opinion on him is But Jamal Murray is just like if this is Joel Murray moving forward like it feels like he's taking a real step obviously, he had those games are row that weren't great. But I mean, I, was talking to Adam are as of the Vr last week on I think it was Tuesday and that was when. They're down three one and we think that the game like an hour before the game at my reporting relief. Yeah we'll. Hopefully they win for you tonight man least it's competitive, and now here we are and it's going into game seven. And the Jamal Murray. That's why it's unequivocally because Jamal Mary like yesterday the shots that he's he's hitting right now like I saw somebody who was a jazz fan ask it should the last two games, we put on coaching the front office were players and I almost commented said Jamal Murray like I don't think it's anything that Utah is or isn't doing I don't think they're being outcoached I..
"marikana" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM
"It feels like the world standing still but if you look to the land it's a whole different story from farms to backyards user turning seeds are being planted animals are getting grass is growing families are giving their all to the soil because no matter how uncertain things again the land never stops so to all those linked to the land John Deere says thank you we're here for you because we all run together nothing runs like a deer seven fifteen check on traffic here's Melinda branch stalled vehicle being loaded us onto a record thirty five south on upper deck near thirty eight and a half street there on the right shoulder a little bit of a delay through that area and then we have reports of a collision on south twenty three mackenzie road your next reports at seven thirty three I Melinda brand without since on time traffic Sir books on it is today with a brief shower or two high seventy four cloudy tonight low fifty six tomorrow and Sunday the cloud cover with a couple of showers and thunderstorms high Saturday sixty nine hi Sunday to Monday sunshine followed by increasing clouds hi eighty three from the weather center I'm Brian may this segment all those going each day doing what they can to hold us all together the C. to help those helping us all I keep seven sixteen Todd Jeffries Aydan prior here but here all the time to don show let's give them some business and I think we can include Rick in that Rick is on mopac on the time to don show Hey Rick good morning they wrecked Hey good morning guys good show as usual thank you Hey I was just listening to won the commentators yesterday at nine on the Kael be Jerry and it is not like what he was talking about is you get Marikana may get not getting everything back open getting people working there twenty eight million people filed for unemployment there and.
What We Inherit: Marie Kondo and the Security of Stuff
"Parents are preparing to remodel my childhood home. They want to add a room to the house. So that my mom's mom my paw-paw can stay with them. She's been in and out of the hospital and at ninety three. The family doesn't think she can live on her own anymore. The first and last time we remodeled our house was sixteen years ago. And I'm pretty sure that's the last time or house was D- cluttered at any in-depth way since then. My mom has made several attempts to clean the house. But it's never really worked now that my mom's busy taking care Paul. I thought I should fly home to help. Assess the situation okay. So this is the most this what we're looking at right now. Is the most thing that gives me the most headache when I come home. What are we looking at mom and are standing in the living room looking? Glass Window that spans. The back wall and overlooks an enclosed patio inside there are cardboard boxes plastic bins plants. An old fish tank and a bunch of other stuff large clear plastic sheets cover the boxes and another sheet for some reason is taped to the ceiling. How many would you say that? There's in patio. Oh some of the some empty boxes but how do you? Why did you because I don't have time to go? Charging the go on the cops can so they put it in here? Just get away from my side and it's also kind of an eyesore eyesore. I mean is is so I I would have WANNA clean up a couple of time. I tried to let them know is paper cannot just toss it. I had to look at by details a lot over the sweat a lot. Even when there's a task at hand like cleaning our house my mom always has to multitask. Since I'm only visiting California for short while I thought we would be able to spend the weekend decluttering instead. Mom had other plans money doing. I'm pure and the ginger could make some Sephora Papa and knife family. Whenever anyone sick we make soup. It's something that my papa always does. But since she sick herself it's my mom's job to make and deliver it to her. Which is why I guess. Mini cleaned up pasta sauce jars. That mom's saved over the years are finally coming in handy. Mom is the Middle Child. She's the third five she and three of her siblings emigrated from China to Hong Kong to Sacramento California with Paul when my mom was just eleven when I was growing up. That's all I really knew like a lot of other children of immigrants. I knew a lot about my mom's immigration story while also knowing nothing everything she told us was very matter of fact. Papa sacrificed a lot and worked in sweatshops. So you and your brother have to study hard. Mommy had to take care of her younger siblings. So you and your brother are lucky. You don't have those responsibilities. Are FAMILY HAD LITTLE MONEY. So we had to save everything. And even after my mom escaped the Clutch SA- poverty moved out of Papa's house and started a family of her own. She held tight to this rule. Anything that came into our house rarely left so we did toss something out. I mean not top. We put in a box and then we put it in the uncle Terry and he says garage okay so so you didn't technically throw away anything we when you were modeled. We was in a hurry so he everything that box. We originally remodeled the house. When I was ten I guess I was so young that I never realized what my mom's main cleaning technique was putting things in boxes and shoving them into my aunt and uncle's garaged. Okay what happened to the VOX? After year we moved to think that in so some of the box be opened up. Nba Use it and some of the box. Do in the in the patio thing. Yeah so can you. The patio is filled with boxes from our first remodel. But also things for my dad's parents my union and yeah from when they passed away many years ago aside from the patio. Our House as a whole is just so full of things even before we planned this newer model to add a room for Papa. My Dad and I had been trying desperately to help my mom. Clean her closet. We thought we could start small before tackling the whole house after Marie condos the life. Changing magic of tidying up was released and translated into English in two thousand fourteen. My Dad bought a copy for mom a Christmas present. Murray condos hopeful osophy is that if an object to spark join you. You should get rid of it. I thought that there was no way that all the things in my parents house could possibly spark that much joy. I was hopeful that reading this book with somehow enable both of my parents to turn into something worthy of hgtv show but simply put it. Hasn't okay well. So so dad bought you this book. The Mary Condo Book for Christmas copiers. We use did you. Did you read it? Sure did I did. Did you learn anything from it? You Go Clo- make it nicely and I love this. I kept it and I found out. I love a lot of close i. That's why we did make it like that but the problem is one. I had too many close to the way they set out after two. We have our mess up again. That the purpose of that is you have to keep it up every day. And I don't have time to do that. I don't but I don't have done it before. That's when they don't have like five pair of jeans ten pair you know or they have won. T shirt I had twenty one t shirt male one of my friends too gene. Naturally he could do it I have. I do have to go over my plant pans now. I have pobably thirty pair or more clearly. The MARIKANA book didn't drastically changed my mom's cleaning habits and because I live on the other side of the country for my parents. I can't be there to help clean every step of the way so I thought that having my mom watch Marie condos new Netflix. Show tidying up with. Murray condo would provide her with some tips aerial Bernstein a professor and journalist whose parents fled to Cuba then to the US refugees from Eastern Europe also thought that when she told her mother about the show You know we watched episode or two of the show together and then we went to try to do some of the Actual tightening and it's just really hard for her You know it's just very difficult to to think about getting rid of things You know my mom is living in the US now for for fifty years so it's not necessarily that she's not used to American culture. But I think that I think that just about legacy of having to to give things up almost sixteen when she came to the US. And I think that's for her. They're still idea that giving up something that's very integral unimportant. Throughout my mom childhood anything that could possibly get a second or third or tenth use did but I never really contended with the idea that this history this life of immigration impacted my own childhood as a kid I really resented how're cabinets overflowed with tupperware or how. We had an entire room in our house dedicated to storing stuff that I thought was junk photo albums. My Dad's records and broken record player kitchen gadgets. I was always embarrassed that we couldn't just get rid of things like other families. Why you think it's so hard for you with stuff like everything I buy like it. So that's why why would I taught away the thing that I you know. I like okay. Let's talk about some of the things that you allowed things. You have a lot of your tupperware though. Oh my mom has an obsession with tupperware. It's mildly unhealthy. When I was in elementary school she's to sell Tupperware to friends and coworkers but mostly to herself so she could get rewards points and get even more tupperware. Oh I love tougher billy. I do why because I don't know because I am over my end. Shoo Shoo Shoo introduced me to upper. Because you make a lot of cookie Dune a holiday and she put it inside a separate and she just eat it you know and give it to friend and so I think from there on I found out you know. That's good to use tupperware. This is the first time my mom has mentioned the story to me. Despite knowing tidbits about mom's immigration she never talked about her early life in California and any emotional sense. But it's something I've always wondered about. Why do you think that we have so much stuff? Because it'll be good furniture and those they last a long time and then Miko Shah Gobi. -CATION BE BY A souvenir and which I haven't done lately. Yeah Yeah but but all those good we cannot just toss it and you not quite sure what my mom means by good. No one in the house uses those things anymore but saying something is good has been excuse for not getting rid of a lot of our
"marikana" Discussed on Heyer Today
"Help Adele covered up before his father finds out. There were terrified of this father his he seems to you know. So they go to defense or they can find out the lady Juliana Infidel have gone in pursuit of the to renovate AIDS going to on repeats dislike why John Leoni is like what stop hopping doesn't matter why they've gone to design. That's that's where we going into town people go there. Was Really. Good. He just took on the ridiculous characters but like. With the wine and stuff he's he's not he's just a bit. It's just funny how he doesn't really care about any of the other stuff that's going on. But how does the climax down who quit two carriages pursuing the reluctant, patrolman's. and. They're all heading to dijon. So Giuliana. Doll discover that those two run away. And then they set off to chase them. They've already go ahead, stop then On the foster. Foster's mind alive even heads off to them as well. Then yeah. So this is another big thing about how you realize that the doll and areas to be scuttled and Komen and the other person's together. So Colin's writing one carriage and he's going. and Mary's like speed up speed up speed up. Whereas dollars getting rid when he lost, and then John is trying to slow down because she can't deal with it and buy a nice nice one as well. And also Marikana takes control of the times when she because she sits, she can speak better French than Ken and he actually finds the fact that she's not falling into a fit of vapors and. Funds have been annoy. He wants to be able to be the sort of the big man who can comfort her. You wants to be able to enjoy this. Action of saving her, but she doesn't give him the. She doesn't give him this enjoyment. She's a very commonsensical. It would seem silly to her to kind of wasted time by. Two will into the debate because whereas fanny being jolted Ronald, the coach of adults is just like God you're awful you know what I mean. We just stopped five minutes. So I'm rattling around and she she she has a huge tension on the side of the road and I thought that was quite amusing as well. You can always going to say that Mr Clemens less progressive. Doll fools very strong women who Isn't afraid to tell them what to do whereas? Communist. Bray as you said, he just wants to be with someone who look to him to be the MOM. Yeah. Asked mythical creature. said. They get to this pub where they gonNA wait for the cost to to come and visit them. Monday on, they will converge. So Leeann Rupa before Leeann report arrive Julian swords because they've decided to pretend that they've already been married so that so that that will then obviously not have any reason to carry on pursuing her but of course, it backfires because of his legendary Tampa. Is Like I. said, we'RE GONNA we're, GONNA fight to the death now. Okay I miss the Communist very much. He doesn't down because these special equals. Ability. had. These like Komo. GonNa I'm GonNa take this funding for nothing. But that's still five anyway. The point you as a reader realize that actually the Dell it's it's moved from being something that he feels bound to do marrying Mary to being something that that actually he's an now he's realized now that she's the one for him, and the fact that she is now married to this guy who basically stole her out is. Is just maddening to him and the two women in the room act very differently. Juliana very much cowering and the. Manufacturing and that sets them cower behind the table Mary's very much turn break it up. So she runs in the middle with. chopped. got. So what are you just? Stop. There she pours a jug of water over them that doesn't help. That was quite money. Grows up more or less that makes him look even sexier who got. Western moist fighting. Spasm on and and. Then she got. When she got stops very brave of the united. I think she sees that they so angry that one of them is. Most likely common is GONNA DIE And so she decides to to risk in life by just running in trying to throw a coat of the sorts but in doing so she gets stabbed by the Dow in the shoulder not bad I feel like any other book she would have died at this point and that would have been like a really tragic story. A CAUTIONARY TALE That doesn't happen on. It gets better as I get MSA I. thought that was quite cool. I. Thought in her as a character I. It did slightly annoy me though when off they've kind of resolved issue 'cause they admit at that point that's not married. Infidel consciousness grabs her in his arms because she's kind of swing a bit because of this being stabbed. Yes well, I don't think it was a terrible wind, but he's kind of like. Saying my love my love kind of thing and she she's I would have thought of that point. She'd be like, okay, he does love me. It's okay for me to kind of go it will these hesitations have been instead of doing that once Leoni ripped arrive who she over his talking about Oh because risky him from this Bush was e- She once again, bug is often runs away and you kind of think to yourself isn't she definitely could have given him the benefit of the doubt about point I mean at least let him explain some things she has. I guess I have to walk in the actual devil. The yeah which I thought I. Mean I didn't think it was a mazing coincidence that he happened to be. At the pub that she ends up, she hops on this kind of stagecoach was something your she's only got a little bit of money and she says, how far does this go? I'll go that far and then she's trying to get a Roman on in this in they basically see her but dragged state they're kind of like telling you hook. You has. To calm, it's your talk round. would be in French. Accent because they would be there. Let Disease. Get. Out Those tariffs? Embarrassing. 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"marikana" Discussed on The Film Buds Podcast
"Her mother had had cancer and she said I just hate to see that that makes me so upset because she's one of my favorite people and so it's totally different Henry. I don't think so so she no. No no my mom's on my favorite people as well because of who my mom is but then there's no. There's no sympathy. There's no time spent in the film dealing dealing with the with the mother the point that I think her mom is always there to support her. Always know with again always always in that big her mom is always there slowed Nova novas her favorite person. There's clearly there's a connection there that's an a person should not be defined a person does not want to be defined by their struggles. I don't think so either. So why should we talk about our Mamas Kanter all the time we should not. Noah's is totally different. I think than getting off the phone was one who's dying. Yeah and say I just feel like everyone's leaving me that super different France and again. That's just a personal is why I didn't enjoy the movie. The documentary and observational movie about a Rockstar. Popstar are much more. I think than the Taylor swift movie. It was a foul A movement and a purpose and common enemy of a lot of people By way of someone that many of the population has grown up knowing at least sure but now I mean that that I didn't really have an issue. I think that I'm not saying he has issues with men which is fine fine just fine. I just think it's weird. It's not addressed at all by anyone even though movie like what like when Mark Ronson left. Oh Oh boy I get it. They're very relatable concepts which is a kind of I think why also jarring that wasn't addressed by anybody. Yeah Yeah Woah. What also she's so in our own world so like okay? Yeah I mean I think from that. I don't know if people brought it it up not even just comparing Taylor swift but I mean why would you want to bring that up to someone like you care about somebody. Same thing with Amy White House in Tony Bennett. It remember that scene. Yeah sure it was very reminiscent of That to me sure because she's got clearly some stuff and and they just didn't even talk about it. They really talked about her. They did not really address her mental illness or her any of the things she's dealt with which how're you gonNA talk about who somebody is without saying where they came from a little bit? Well I mean it kind of goes back to her the like kind kind of quote unquote routes with the Joanne's song and showing her right. which resting? Except that's not actually what again. I'm not a therapist but But this is just why. The movie didn't work because it felt like a lot of it might just be because of where this person that they nominated me. The documentary about is in their life or whatever but like is the album that was the most here was also about someone that she had never met which is interesting those scenes I still found more emotionally nationally gripping than a lot of the stuff and Miss Americana but I think again as you said it can be the complete opposite. I think it's just your this movie was trying to depict exactly because I think this is a rounded. I think it was just more just a slice of life kind of deal. I don't know if you'll also then it wasn't but also that it wasn't 'cause then she has debilitating chronic pain and she hates being famous. What she say Famous a prison. Is that kind of thing you know. It's it's just like what are we. What are we doing here? What are we saying? Yeah I think she's a good person very much so I think she does love I appreciate her philanthropic work and then I think he has a beautiful voice and everything but at the same time but that but that's further to the point where. I don't know what this movie who was trying to show here. I think it was laughing on the award. It will so life than I think it should have had Much tighter Timeline and if it wasn't that that I think it should be a lot broader and again I think the big thing is it's going to be about the album Joanna done and then maybe the Super Bowl just made the whole thing implode. I Dunno sure I think it just just comparing it just being about a ninety minute documentary about someone of course also felt so long to me really. Oh my God dredging through it. If I'll so long I I I don't feel that way but I think just as a ninety minute look at someone I spent about as much time with with her as I needed with the things that it was showing showing about her life and so I think in that way I enjoyed it more. I felt it at COMP. It not accomplish more necessarily but as the film works it's better than Miss Americana worse. I think that Them being both ninety minute looks at someone. I think that this one works more as just a more more lighthearted and more well fine not not not that I'm saying Miss Americana should be. I should rephrase. I'm saying just that this being a relatively low lighter look I guess someone I I think I i. I think it did that job better than I think. Whereas what MISSA mercado trying to do. I don't think it did that as well and so I think I enjoyed this one taking ice. It is yeah waiver Giving anything I mean I thought it was successful in. It's it's a never so again where buster sure which I lost with this if it was supposed to be like that like. What is the bay cello movie? Calm Bay Chela. Bay Chela the beyond say Coachella channel movie. Oh Yeah I'm coming. Thank you just do that. Then you're going to do this just to homecoming make up your mind. Just remind you know what I mean the whole Walmart thing. Oddly pissed me off off to know and I I. I enjoyed that actually but and I get. I know I'm annoying with my no. It's okay ash tag. Feel the burn wealth disparity anything but like she has no idea. What's going on around her? It seems you know which I know isn't true per se. which again is a shortcoming of the movie? Then even just showing her her interaction with fans. I found that more genuine. I think In this then I think in The Miss Americana. I think that's just hit me harder than what did I appreciate for. Her Fan showed through more on this one. No no no I mean that thing with the girl who won the iheartradio thing. She didn't know her name. She said Remember her name and give it to dig it which is very sweet pozo. She had no her name and she has left which again. I'm not saying. She's can't be there for everyone. There's only one of her and everything I just don't think it came off very nice. Ver- I'm in that moment were and then it. It takes the time to have the fan talking to the camera about how. That's that's more so if it had not had the fan. Dan Reaction to her being there. I had seen. Oh how'd you iheartradio. So that I would agree completely but I think that having that Ah epilogue of the fan show being so emotional. I think that is what really endeared me to her More so than certain things with a Taylor swift and Miss Marikana. But I think that's just what what you're choosing to show. Yeah yeah again again. I think he comes. There was no I don't think there's any storytelling with the five foot. Two by even the name even down to the name what I agree. There's the storytelling is not terrible. For and the keeper in the studio with Mark Ronson and just watch what unfolds and fine versus a big personality may be keeping it down to you know her truest form or whatever other income off quite well either like Oh. I'm only anywhere like they. The things they chose to harp on versus what occurred maybe however subjectively just made it seem less genuine for instance the fans GonNa like me. Even though I'm just wearing you know black can wider whatever. But she didn't were black and white. You're like far less clothing than the people right. I mean which is fine. Do your thing the but whatever she just seems so distant which again is fine. But I just don't understand your message like when she took her top off when she was talking to a bunch of people. Oh you should ask. You should just ask an breastfeeding. You're just saying I'm just saying you are. I mean she's like it's just more comfortable which I if a man took a shirt his shirt off and a meeting. You'd also be like I think from I. Yeah I know but no no no. No I'm saying I think from yes. The storytelling so to speak is not brilliant. But it's not coherent but but also at the same time. I think that the way that it's shot maybe not necessarily edited but more more so how. They're they're shooting certain sequences. I found that it to be more of a doesn't have to be relatable more of a a loose kind of objective. Look whereas it felt like the way that miss as an American I was told was much more calculated and trying to hammer in something whereas calculated. I think it's very calculated. Okay but I I think in this. It's more of A. It's it's more of a just Calculated documentary what do you mean an put out a banana. Peel for her them slip on. So what do you mean one. What do you mean by calculated the what they're what they're choosing to show and how much time they're are willing to spend and things it feels? I think that they're like why not in Marikana and I know it's not dealing with this all the same issues that we talked about. Why not deal with with her? The fact that she's sued fans ensued. People like that. Why not show the less friendly parts about her career? That's the stuff where we're Taylor. Swift fans are completely. He's not being. She's not being interviewed. Really in this move very much care. It's not interviewed back to footage back to It's an observation. The point of the movie it achieves grown Elisa person the point. She's not perfect nor should she have to be. She's he's becoming who she wants to be. This is the whole thing. Yes no I agree but at the same time saying all are listening parties either. Didn't joe her giving money to Tuition to people either right. It's not about that those are those are such On surface things both ways. And we've all no no we all know that stuff so the thing you're accusing the movie of relying on is a common knowledge is the same thing. You're I mean it doesn't you know showing Yes I agree that it is no one's perfect regardless of you know where you are. I think that's fine. I think that it's was choosing to show purely really okay where she started out and where she has how. She's grown as a person but at the same time I think having something like having sued fans hands I think that's just as much a part of her and they're choosing not to show that so her. Her journey is more relatable to people. If they put that in there you have been like a weight. Ah That is everything that we've just seen. Should I connect with that as much. I think that there would have been a more well rounded vibe to it if whereas in this get it's it's doing different things a month. I'm not comparing the two that I think the way that this is shot. It's look down on that. He got out for a second everything she does. That weird is like Oh oh how she in which. I'm not saying which I'm not saying. Let me say one thing about what it's about Taylor. Swift precisely is not about her in relation to her fans couldn't get did not by listening..
"marikana" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"Welcome back to the second hour the KPK outdoor show I'm Bob Sam's glad to be back from a little break last Saturday here most Saturdays between five and eight right on KFBK fifteen thirty AM on ninety three point one FM well salmon fishing is at its ups and downs this week in a reverse some people catfish some people don't most people don't others hooked fish and have trouble getting them into the boat. of course that's never happened to you or me as a however in rob Bremer's. joins us now. you had a pretty successful week about over good morning and you had a pretty successful week working working fresh. yeah yeah I know gonna pay his week the other thing I don't think you're not doing that bad celery we're doing pretty good the downing factor mantle yes you know it's a little late like everything else is been next year but it's it's starting to come on you know it's a little slow yeah I had a couple trips last weekend we were we had a nice family out on Saturday and we hooked into a beautiful beautiful day here in and we got that the boat and then we kind of went on from there. the only got a couple more takedowns and and do you need any help well then I had another group on Sunday. couple three out of four mile thank you ever really fit before but we weren't there. okay place strolling downstream in Sacramento and and we got we got going downstream and we got one fish John and the gal that took a seat on the good it hardly know what to do the work culture Marikana real we're real coming after you know and he did get a little Flack online and that is people so we are pulled everything up here around went right back up three went down through there again there have been other one it was a great fighter we got that one and it was a beautiful park. and we went on from there yeah I called for takeout the leading anything else. the second round a little slow right now so I decided to try again on Wednesday and I went in there with good there were a bunch of fish from a blow out Larry and it dad and and we we we trolling downstream we got there we got another takedown we would have to trolling down again. I was put in the wrong my line out and I put my lower how are drop the water and let it play out not you know you know your mind about how much lines going out and I put another ride out when I went back to click that one where I looked down and had two hundred fifty feet a line out I go what they had the wrong. it is crazy enough to and handed over to Leri dad which Mister Ruiz are you the you get older you know he's not a very big stature guy you know anything eighty three year old reality you regularly and kind of fighting with it. and it is about like arms out get in the boat it right down here on the line going to help you out here a little bit so it covered coming up well right. where to get it I was stamping it only worked every time and I don't know what happened because you have come up around the ring or something and I could offer a lot but I picked up on the net if you can go down and it made a lap around the ring I really jumped out of the yeah. then broke again. and this Bish yeah. easy twenty five pounds Omari Grover. well I I just so I could drink that night about that long but we went on a day and and still have it bad luck but we want up with two first there. you know had a better place walk your hook up a bit when you get a lot of the boat. yeah I went out there outlet then I thought well go back home you know yeah you'd better not feel better but now didn't happen. theater and and another guy out there we with over six that day. your daughter on you know where one bit he didn't really look up there would have been another finished right euro dollar Montana grain crop them not taking any chances with the it worked great they're down a group for got the net I'm on the motor you get to pick up after the blow. about yeah. all. back trolling for awhile. troll I got one on and you didn't have it on her you know maybe ten seconds then it come on now what is going on I'm snake yeah so we could get out the door and back to. Sacramento yesterday. yeah. it would yes it's just that that point in the season where you're gonna get one good day and a few bad day yeah we get enough then and I heard James waffles the struggle on a you know with you it was just a tough day yesterday well I mean but yeah you know it's like James and Chris and these guys they're good fisherman and you you've had days I read days everybody's had days what is I am snake bit what's going on here and I think part of the problem is we've had pretty good fishing for the first two weeks of September better than we usually have the first two weeks of September then you expect a big waves to come in and instead of just dropped off and I think that's what's frustrating a report. yeah yeah I think October though it's going to be really good you know I can't wait perfect number to be over. yeah I know what you meant. well you know it yeah. I think it's gonna be it's gonna be really hot tell me more about the feather. the other is doing really good I mean people are catching fish laughing right you know thank you Ronnie with either doing really good in the runaways really an outlet you're doing pretty good and by their father yeah this this week and they look like they're doing pretty good because they they weighed me to slow down a motion be overlooked by the river they are we run over there and they were barber fish in there you have it all wrong yeah. I heard a who Ryan trip got into this pretty heavy on the on the other right away let's run away and you look doing pretty well you know. yeah well that's good all the other nice bright fish. yeah they're they're pretty right there you know yellow spoil down there Sacramento you know what where does Facebook but or or a little less bright than that but they're still nine drummer yeah here they're cut you know right right red meat you know they're gonna really good so latest up here. well you know it we have had a good year with these fresh these Fisher catcher all the soccer mono are just flat beautiful. there are believable yeah you know you're on their end and even the three life on some of them. yes there's crawl one hearing a lot of it they look like a right. white on white yeah right Johnny yeah yeah why bellies in the oversized and you know it yeah the the really great that I really can't wait longer our company good in October. hello that argument is a. well you get your your year laugh about her cry. three. okay rob Hey thank you for the update. of good luck this week I hope your wish comes true. yeah. thank you. if you want to.
"marikana" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Night. So I am doing the exact opposite tonight. We were just talking about habitat restoration and kayaking in Minnesota, and we're going to switch completely right now. We're so going to switch, we're, we're not even talking about habitat because we're not even going to be on this earth right now, we're joined by some friendly folks from the other world feeder company, you can find out all about this. They're doing other world theater. That's the truck with R E dot org and read about their cool new season. Please welcome right here in studio in the middle of the night, like a bunch of champs, Tiffany, Cain Schafer and Katy Rupert from that organization. Hello. Hello. Hi, amy. How are you great? Thanks so much for being with us tonight. So Tiffany, you are the artistic director and you have been on the program before we talked to you last. I feel like I had a bunch of theater. People in here we are all time like blackbox theatre, and cool, small theaters doing cool things. And you told me that remarkably cool trick about bubble wrap and shower door to make a crowd chamber. Yes. Yes. We also talked about theater storage, and how much of a problem, it is. I think you said it was under your bed in your trunk and the trunk of my car. That's that that was the role the're two years ago. And now we have our own space, and Katie, you're the managing director. Yes. So you're both very busy people as where I'm going with us. But you have a new season coming up. I want to talk about that because I saw. Oh my gosh, I love this coming because here's the thing you guys. It's theater and Saifi. That's so fun. Just let that sink in for a minute. It's real fun. You have some very cool looking things coming up this season. So let's talk through them what you got great. So to open up our season is going to be a Countess Dracula. So excited for that. Yes. We're going to make Dracula a woman and not only a woman, but a woman of color, and we're actually shifting the location as well. So it's actually going to take place in New Orleans, and New York, I'm so into this idea, it's really cool. It's going to be such a fantastic production and amber. Demon Gumri is directing it. And also co adapting it with our resident playwright as well. And it's going to be a really spectacular piece. Yeah. It's really cool to kind of get like that Marikana over win win. Does that open? That opens mid-september and it runs all throughout October. So halloween. It's gonna be a tree. I can't wait some. Okay. I vent, the whole show thing summer. Can't get here soon enough. But now I'm like, okay. Now summer can't go away. So skip summer and go straight to fall. The weather is doing that, right? It's pretty much we're just going get into that. Spooky out, you feel you're ready for some Dracula. You're ready for some Dracula. Okay. So we've got we've got that that's going to open the season. And then what's happening, then we are bringing back the winter wolf which was our big winter show last season. It's beautiful holiday fairy tale about a little girl and her grandfather and magical wolf who changes their lives, and it's such a beautiful story is one of my favorite things I've ever seen at other world. And it's very immersive. You sit in the forest and you watch it. It's absolutely incredible. And there's beautiful puppetry. It's yeah. The winter waffle, just come right next to you in the audience. I try to skip generally my life, but I'm I'll trust you. Wolf coming to sit next to an audience all of these were sitting here talking have your website pulled up and it scrolling through, and there's all these beautiful images of all this, cool stuff that you have coming. What else is happening? I'm seeing. Well, you also have second-stage late nights you have all this other stuff. You've got so much stuff. Right. We'll get to that. But the rest of our season is so packed, we have the legend of Merlin, coming up in the spring, which hearkens back to other worlds roots of devising their own shows. So it is an immersive experience where you'll get to see Merlin in a really new creative way, and that's directed by Lauren, Nicole fields create great and is there a role for a radio host in any of these. Oh my gosh. Competition for us. I know nothing about acting. I have no business acting, but I love the idea. And I mostly I just love the idea of doing some cool like Saifi theater. So, so as I was saying last time you were here, you taught me the cool way that you made a cryogenic chamber. What cool set things await us this season? Oh my goodness. Well, I think the legend of Merlin, what Lauren was talking about is building out the woods like the forest and then having like a big fire in the middle kind of harkening back to like the original, you know,.
"marikana" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM
"You sound fine. You sound like doing a commercial? I'm bill. I take them. You did what you'd have to do so much OD on it lay out possible? How did I do know is that the pharma doesn't like that people are using that instead of other opiates base medications every kid? There you go. You may be right about that Bill. Right. Yeah. Look, how long you been on the crab. Oh, I don't do much anymore. I haven't done it for a long time wasn't really take twenty thirty minutes. Ever happened to the good old days where people just get a beer got some pot. I don't know. Day no idea to week drink and drive them right now. Are you real good? Yeah. I feel great. Yeah. Look great. Then a the look don't even have the munchies either. See that's the problem with the punch. You gotta eat. I'm staying slender on the cradle. The do you smoke. Do you? How do you is it a pill liquid you make tea out of it? I usually put it on my shampoo and put it through my scat in your prayer. Right. Yeah. For L look at you. Maybe you should stop doing. Work. Maybe it's not working. Somebody slipped in mind as well. Right. I know don't have oh deed. Loyd from KLBJ rock ledge with us the LA Loyd countdown. Yes. Indeed. What's going on this week? Well, the big thirty second annual settlers music festival. They move it. Every year. I think you know, did it actually start in all settlers part. I think. Remember, that's how the Brandon got its name, but it's going on through Sunday and this year it's in intil mid which is about twelve miles southeast of Lockhart tillman's. I've never I've never been there. But I've heard that if you send a letter to someone who lives in Tillman, go to Dale, Texas, but Tillman, wow. So good luck. Finding good luck finding it. But if you do you got Jason is bell and Robert Ellis. Randy, Carlyle and Hayes Carl and shiny ribs. I mean, it's gonna be a weekend pack, full a little country Marikana thing. It's good. I gotta ask you something. I don't know how much you know, about shiny ribs. But my question to them is the name literally after a shiny rib because I find that ribs are best if they're very shiny, the most appealing rib, shiny. I don't have an answer to that. But I'm glad you put it just us. Question. I think it's the obvious question. Austin Texas, great guitar aficionado. Jacky vincent. She's played a lot of shows for Kilby J. She's having her CD release party tonight of the paramount, which is pretty amazing but local artists that can have a CD release party. And almost I think it's almost sold out. What's the name again? Jacky vincent. She's just this amazing blues guitar player. Just makes it look so easy. I when when she plays it just like, well, I could do that until you pick up a guitar and realize it's a lot to exactly could never mind Willie Nelson man than man that never stops touring. You know, he's doing two nights at the whitewater amphitheater. Tonight and tomorrow night. So every new shows there, I have never been to a show there. But I here it's kind of fun those cool venue. Yeah. It'd be a little bit warmer. But if I get in the water. Yeah. But don't so if those of you who have a little bit of a hair fetish, crystal Gayle one world, I love crystal. Gayle. You know, it make my Brown eyes blue. Oh, yeah. The she -solutely she come out at a Walker. The rpg. She I haven't seen a current photo of you might want to. Always ahead. A little crush on on Hausa. Absolutely. I yet missile Gail. Got a great point. Oh, yes. She was Rippin hot when she was. She's got to be an shows gotta being seventies. Yeah. I'm a look at us. Gotta have that long haired. Oh, Loretta Lynn's. Niece has little sister. Little sister sisters. I didn't remember sisters. Yeah. That's why they always have that, you know, first and middle name, Loretta Lynn, crystal Gayle, bad another older sister named Peggy sue had no idea. Yeah. I forgotten that little you guys know rotgut, you all this stuff about this. Classic country. Jitney not. Let's see. She's she's sixty eight we'll look at sixty. I still have a chance you do show. You a picture? This is this is well this pictures ten years old. Oh, look at her. She looks great. Yeah. Always been high. Not mad at that. Now. Here's a show that we're doing a little cross promotion for KLBJ FM, we're doing this concert series called KLBJ rocks. The nutty Brown have another Brown amphitheater Aaron Lewis who is former lead singer stain. He's been doing it country as brand new album's coming out today called the state. I'm in he's a friend of the Totta, Don show elected with him last week on social media. Did you? Yeah. He's he's a fan of the Dutch. Really? We'll look at check it out. So good deal. Glad to hear that. So he'll be he'll be have an interview with them tomorrow around one thirty. So he's he's a second amendment guy. Oh, yeah. He likes his guns. Yeah. Y'all talked about unless he may be packing tomorrow night on on stage. I don't know what the the laws are about that. But he may be he may be holding while he's playing. Well, I hope he is. Yeah. Let me ask you to nutty Brown. Yeah. What's the story with the nutty Brown on supposedly this is the final season? You know? I don't know. I hear they're moving round rock or somewhere. I don't know all the details on it. But from what I hear this is absolutely the final year for nutty Brown at there. Current locates the rest of the restaurant is closed. Correct. But the venue is still open. I think the restaurants still is still I'm pretty sure that front part. I may be wrong. Okay. Maybe just during concerts. Maybe they serve food during cures. Don't quote me on in different stores. This one's for Todd ludicrous in town for free show back up. Yeah. Longhorn city limits Texas football, orange and white game. And it's a free show there on the BJ lawn for ludicrous. That's awesome, man, ludicrous out the way that's what he says. And then for those of you who collect vinyl tomorrow is record store day all across the country. Fortunately, we have one of the best record stores in the country water Kurds. They'll be opening at eight o'clock tomorrow morning over five hundred fifty exclusive limited releases are coming out. And they say they're going to keep bringing the bins of albums out as long as the people are buying. They've calling everything out. That's cool record store day. You always get some fun stuff. Like that. Hang in there, Waterloo. Keep going good places. Always busy always great every day of the week. It seems some traffic going to everyone. I know that comes to us, and that at least leases in the music industry or loves music. It's it's kind of Goto place a tourist place in a way, and I may be wrong. But it looks like they got people that work there that have been working there for flow. You have the same crew passionate about what they do stories, man. They those guys know the history of Austin's music, if you want to ask about any artists, no matter what the Jonah I guarantee they got a good story. They will know somebody has that's pretty cool, man. All right. Well, listen, I also heard on on KFI J F that you guys have some new rock t shirts. Am I right about this rock of the day? Yeah. We have a thing called the rock of the day. And you'd basically fill out this little thing online and tell us what you do and how long you've been listening, and what we've found out is is some you know, that have literally been listening in seventy three from day one the infiltration of the California folks, we find folks have been here. One two three years that are just avid listeners. Yeah. So I mean, you you're definitely see just from the small sample of people who are entering to be the rock of the day. What we're getting listening to us changing city..
"marikana" Discussed on KQED Radio
"I'm Marco werman scaling. The statue of liberty purposely getting detained by ice. Activists are putting themselves out there for their causes actually globally speaking we live in the most contentious time in recorded human history, as civil resistance goes stories of modern activism. That's just ahead here on the world. BBC news, Julie candler, the president of Mozambique says he fares up to a thousand people may have been killed when a cyclone hit the country president Philippi. New C sandy had seen bodies floating in rivers while flying over the affected region. The port of Beira has been largely destroyed. The storm has also caused widespread destruction in Malawi and Zimbabwe. A man has been arrested following the shooting on a tram in the Dutch city of your tract, which left three people dead five others will wounded the authorities say the attack is motive remains unclear. The Brexit withdrawal plan of the British Prime Minister Theresa may has hit yet. Another obstacle the speaker of the house of Commons. John berko has said it cannot be put to a vote by 'em vs again. Unless there's a substantial change ministers have warned of a constitutional crisis Britain is due to leave the EU in eleven days time. The French government has sacked the chief of police in Paris after Saturday's again events protest ended with violence and looting in the center of the capital demonstrations ought to be banned in the Shawn's Elise and other areas if fine at groups are involved. The head of the last remaining human rights group in the Russian Republic of Chechnya has been jailed for four years convicted oil to Tf of the illegal possession of marijuana. He says the case against him was fabricated. The brother-in-law of the ousted president of Tunisia. Zine El Abidine, Ben Ali has been charged with forgery and money laundering in France from Hudson. Trabelsi's fled Tunisia during the uprising there. Eight years ago. The state of Rio de Janeiro says it's taking over the running of Brazil's famous Marikana stadium after cancelling the contract of a private consortium. There have been allegations of mismanagement and corruption surrounding.
"marikana" Discussed on The World of Phil Hendrie
"No, I'm not. No, no. We can talk about later both appeared in court again on Thursday. The prosecution defence traded blows if you'll pardon the expression over what happened on the night. Take it easy. But. On the night that Pistorius shot dead girlfriend. Riva Steen come a decision. Whether to grant stories bail or not is due on Friday. The conduct of the South African police is already a subject of judicial inquiry after officers shot dead thirty four striking mine workers at Marikana last year with the eyes of the world. Now historians case the national police Commissioner sought to regain public confidence and quelled fears of a bungled investigation. Reappear announced this is the general of the police, and that's that both had been removed from the case and replaced with a Lieutenant General they got cats police structure down there's all paramilitary like, and you know, you know, it seems to me that police forces are subject to the influence of what came before what what what is the command structure. And what are they the rules of the game? And the South African police are, obviously they they've been influenced and and they've been modelled on in some ways that police forces that came before them in South Africa. And this was a society of apartheid. This was a segregated racially segregated society. So the cops were given certain powers leeway in enforcing that. That for instance, here in America, we wouldn't sit still for me to tell them. I gotta get off a sidewalk, where's your identification? Whatever the hell it is. Now, not saying the cops today are like that. But this is the model, and even if you're saying I don't want to do that anymore. Doing news talk. Now is this what you want to do? All right. Okay. And I've just been told we have to break. See? That's what's call. It's a synchronicity that tell you to stuff butchering it. Yeah. Okay. Thanks. We'll be right back world-famous, Phil Hendrie show. Steven Boselli joining us here in just a moment from corona California with his thoughts and fears and feelings and his wining the world famous Phil Hendrie show truth. Thank you bitch. The Phil Hendrie show. You're listening to world-famous Bill. Trumping happened today, and we're going to get into a little bit of the detail with Stephen Boselli, Mr. Boselli as a construction contractor from corona California who has not just a business. He's a father. He is a husband and is a contributor of ours. On a number of our shows supposed L has been with us as we talk about education..
"marikana" Discussed on WINT 1330 AM
"Great. I mean, we went we went off bands dream like some of the most random crappy little bars. And I'm like, why are we here? He's like, oh because they ended the best. They're the best scrubby in northern northern Wales. And I'm like, oh, that's why we're here we go. Yeah. It seems like a good reason to me we had such a blast man. They had they had this stuff called scrubby over there. It's like in. It's just the it's supposed to be cider. But it's the worst thing. I mean, literally makes you want to throw up. We ran out alcohol. We take what we do is. We'd all put in ten bucks. And then we sit around the the jug. It was just a plastic milk gown of that had been emptied out and filled up with grumpy, and we would pass it around. And whoever was left would get the money whoever. Whoever can keep drinking would would get awesome. God. His Kenny Rogers milk drinking game, they say. It's like who's going to do it. Yeah. It was it was a lot of fun, man. We we had a blast over there. And you know, I'm looking forward to going back over there and plan. Oh my gosh. Yeah. Well, and we were talking to with your music, and and with this new album with all the songs, I think it would lend itself. So well over there, also, and and you know, and and I'm sure you know, you've found us. Well, it's it's harder to find radio stations and everything to give you a try to try out some different music. That is not let's say, hypothetically, so pop oriented. Yeah. I mean, it's it's just a different. It's just a whole nother. I mean, I think there's there's lots of great radio stations out there playing stuff that's a little left of center, you know, stuff that isn't all because to Qatar snap track. But you know, like, I think is harder to find them, and it's harder to get access to them. And and you know, an and I think. Not an I think it's just. I think there's plenty of people out there. Listening to good stuff. People don't I mean, I shoot I think most of them just aren't on social media as much you know, what I mean like streaming services and stuff like that. Like, the amount of people that have bought my new Americana stuff to CD's versus like, the, you know, the more kind of mainstream leaning country stuff that I did in the beginning. I mean, it's unbelievable. How many more people want CDs Marikana side of things in this not you know, I think older people just aren't are big into doing Spotify. Also listening to the entirety of the album, which we're gonna play one of the track the title track off of gods and ghosts. And I liked the song. I mean, you know, that's that's the great thing. After listening to your album several times, there's a lot of songs on here that really grabbed me, you know, it's not like, you know, when you buy an album, and you go and there's one or two it's like now, it's like man, there's just so many great, you know, even like we were talking about prairie lullaby. And and she loved country music. It's like diversity of songs within one album. But I think gods and ghosts. How do you want set? This one up Gazan goes is a song. I had the title gods and ghosts. I'd heard it on a somebody say it on. I think it may. I think it was a name of an episode of a show or something. I remember what it was. But just thought it'd be a cool name for a song. And thankfully, when I kind of sat around and thought about what the song would be about it at the song came out to the lira content of the song came out far exceeded my expectations of it. So mississau- it's just a song about not have anybody to talk to it's kind of from a male perspective. And we grew up in this culture, especially in America of not really, you know being able to express yourself, and you don't.
"marikana" Discussed on WORT 89.9 FM
"Fourth soggy Perry's gonna be out at the hop house brewing company in Borana from seven to ten a former guest of another green world MacKenzie. More is playing at common ground in Middleton from six to eight alley Jackson, a young Madison. Basing your songwriter is playing a show at the willmar center for the wild hog in the woods concert series. Wisconsin bluegrass festival is Friday night. That's going to be at the majestic tons of bands, including local favorites oak street, ramblers and armchair boogie bladder of which has come and visited the show a couple of times in the past year. They're great guys that starts at eight o'clock. And again that is at the majestic. Marikana ban. The lost highway all stars are going to be up north pub that starts at eight honky-tonk group. The dirty shirts are getting back together after a long hiatus six years in they're playing this Friday in they're going to be a cover show. They're covering to gram Parsons records GP in grievous angel. It's a little happy hour show from four thirty to seven. I actually am planning on going to that with a couple of friends 'cause my friend's fathers in the band. So I really like grand Parsons, did you have any other shows for Friday? I don't have any shows for Friday. I do have a different event that's happening on Saturday. Okay. Be of interest to our audience. But if you have any other note that okay that was it. Oh, wait, I lied. There's one more show. There's lacking some direction which is a Grateful Dead. Tribute band is playing at the bring clowns and that starts at eight and that will wrap us up for Friday January fourth so. Yeah. Saturday the fifth go so Saturday the fifth from one to four pm at fifty to a one old Middleton road. There's going to be a zodiac energy collage workshop, so oh, yeah. Katie we went to a makers fair at communication, and I can't remember their name. But they're an art professor, I think you w Madison somewhere somewhere in the city, and it's a free event my already asked if I knew if you know, your if you know, any of your birth chart, you don't have to do your son sign, but there will be materials provided seems like kind of like. An art therapy sort of process, so cool..