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"mayberry" Discussed on Table Manners with Jessie Ware

Table Manners with Jessie Ware

05:35 min | Last month

"mayberry" Discussed on Table Manners with Jessie Ware

"But it's so it's quite poignant and powerful my little girl singing these these words and it's so it's such a clever song in it so important and messages so direct but yet my little four year old is kind of yet to realize those situations women find themselves in every remarkable record. I wanted to ask you well mama. She asked this question of the time come. do you think carrie. okay. I do at taking back everything we just said. Apparently karaoke is where unlike give me that microphone. Get me up there. Oh it might song of choice. I mean i definitely love villainous. Never met that woo. Yeah and there's triple headline tour. That's allowance garbage and liz fair. I like heaven account. Way a car away. I keep everytime the date gets moved. Change it in my calendar. And hope i can go and hope i can go. I really need to go. Yes i would do that and then alarm song problem. I think you should know. Probably you know i mean you're good if you're watching them all i hate it when people slag off ironic. They're like. oh well it's not even is not unlike. What what like jonah. It's one of the best biggest songs of all time i do. Yeah people don't like like something that's popular. She got to popular and people got annoyed. Scott great and excellent rows aims so young when she wrote that record. And i'm sure that when it went across radioprogramas desks alot of men were horrified but like she's completely iconic and she was rating like when we were talking about. He said she said there was a moment. But when we were talking about in the song I don't it was a split second where i thought about ellie. I don't want to alienate certain people. That are listening to the band. I know we have a love male threat fans. I don't wanna alienate people. And then i was like hold it. Hold on like in the history of music. I don't think any man ever has thought. Oh i shouldn't put this song out from my perspective because it may alienate female fans. Turn so i'll say okay we just have to deploy it and hope that it goes all right and i guess for me. We always spent. I think what. I love about. Atlanta's writing you know that there's a point underneath what she's saying. She's not written as a point she's making like she's written as a personal story and you can extrapolate other things on that if that makes sense so it's not like a manifesto message song it slick coming from a personal place but you can tell the her life is informed by those things that goes. I don't know how you feel about these questions. Jesse when they help him but people are like do you write about feminism's you write about women's stuff on a link but you that's your life experience so you will be writing about it in one way or another because infiltrates your whole existence. So it will come out on your writing. But it's not like you write about only cool cool female experiences. I don't know did that. did that. Become quite exhausting for you because because you spoke out what back in two thousand fifteen about kind of the right threats getting. I'm sure you're so bored and tired of talking about it. But you know you you. If people didn't know about churches which were relatively new band that point. I mean maybe not but like you know maybe household name like they are now and you kind of do this gouging peace and you start talking about you know rate threats. You getting an all of this and you feel like that's kind of now become part of your narrative every time you get interviewed it just becomes like this kind of and do you mind it. Is it kind of exhausting having to fill like you have to have an opinion on every i mean. He said she said to me. It's about gas lighting. It's about this control and all of that and it makes sense to me but that's through music is like kind of feel like sometimes you're like can i just leave it. The music will. Do i have to really like do. We have the labor all the points. We'll have i just put words in your mouth. And i'm no not at all. I think that is definitely come in waves over the course of time like i think when we wrote the guardian pieces Just as the first album was coming out so It did feel like that was what people knew about the band or they know about the song solo time just because of the nature of online press. I suppose and. I think i definitely think they've made me saying this. But the guys in the band definitely struggled with that for a while because he can be a support tiller blue face but it is upsetting for them when they go into room. And that's all people want to talk about. But then we had to make shetty argument in the dressing room once where was like. Do you think. That's what i want to reach. Talk about all the time but the difference is you can leave and do something else and it won't happen to you for again like i think it was a weird like coming to terms with it thing like will. They'll never really be a conversation around female art. Which isn't about how inherently female is. So i would rather have a constructive conversation. If i can but i guess what's different as i've gone a bit older as i think. The feelings are reflected in the work more than they used to be like the first the first salvo owners absolutely nothing on that record that talks about any of these issues and i think it dripped into the second a little bit if anything had tried to deliberately keep it off the third one because i.

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"mayberry" Discussed on Table Manners with Jessie Ware

Table Manners with Jessie Ware

07:19 min | Last month

"mayberry" Discussed on Table Manners with Jessie Ware

"That. It's very odd way to eat. So they didn't used to be like that so i wonder maybe things are going slightly bizarre as we get older. So multi drink of choice. Or i mean if it's curry. Just a straightforward beer. Probably like they always in mother does get like a half pint kingfisher on tap. Just nice chris and if if for being fancy and is not career then. I don't know anything about wayne but a quote unquote nice red wine for feed nex. So what's on your rider with you and churches like you and the boys. Do you have a similar. Taste you kind of have your own. Riders growth in abandoned. We have similar. I think i could look at it and choose what was mine and then the rest of it probably for the guys but yes like we'll just get like a bunch of beers we have to think about the crew guys as well so there was a while we we're like maybe we should get light beers and also we'll get murdered be can't be offering them like michelob. Ultra as they load out. But ian from the bond of big whiskey guys so will ask for a lethargic or something and he. He likes to take that and then the drummer johnny he. Oh he's like a really. She likes a little cocktail situation so he brings his. He brings his stuff with him. So he'll just be like give me some bidders bowl this and then. He has his like touring cocktail kit that he likes to roll. He sounds auto. Yeah well yeah. He's he's a little fancy so yes. He toured with the kills for a bit. So i think that helped him get. She can fancy as well so he he knows a way to do this. Maybe i'll have a beer after the gig. that's it. so are you going on a big tour lauren. next year. big in the states on you. Thanks i mean. I think we do we do. Well do well here and i guess we were trying to figure out to And it was just about. We're stuff was more open and more accessible first. So we love the idea of being able to go home for. But it just didn't seem practical the booking to in the uk for the autumn team. So yes we're starting in texas in Starting november i think and then i think the hope is that will be in the uk in the springtime next year. But it's also as you walk dates to we have things penciled in and it's just tricky 'cause it's about like safety and where you can get where you can get to who's taking tours in also loads of the venues are booked because it's all shifted lineups for the last eighteen months and yes so i feel bad when people are like but you're not coming to x. Wise ed play select. I want to. We can't so but we will. I think yeah. We're just feeling really lucky to get to play any shows at all. Like i was talking to the bank guys better than we were saying that. This is like the longest the anti of gone to the playing shows since we were kids. Basically 'cause yeah so yes. Look you've been if you've been in bands your whole life we've been. How did it stop. How'd you find that voice I was like fifteen sixteen a playing drums in a band. So i played piano Highschool like since. I was kid then for higher music. They were like you need to have two instruments for your performance stuff and i really didn't want to do singing because i think i'd hit them point of self consciousness in life and i will learn drums and then drums could be my second instrument and then i played drums in bands. Mostly but did you know you had a voice at that point. Was it kind of did it. Did it feel like you need voice. No i knew that. I thought it was okay like i can keep june and kissing backing vocals and i like singing along to stuff but i think it was just always like the self consciousness and never really wanted to be the guy in the band and i didn't think that my voice was like very special or anything so and then i think it can happen. By default they ended up singing benz like the band. I was in before churches sharing vocals with this other guy and then he had said you should sing more. You should do more of the songs. And then we record of ep with ian from churches and that he had said that him and his friend were rating some demos which they thought they might try and sell for publishing or something and try and get a publishing deal so he was a if you sing some stuff saying some backing vocals seeing some leads. Then we'll pay you a deary and that'll be good. Oh lovely and it wasn't. This sounds really like fairy tale. Whatever for cinderella. But i didn't. I just didn't think like that. I never thought there was any existing quality to my voice but martin from churches always lost to tell the story that they were listening to the damn lose back and they had his vocal and then they were like. That's the band which i don't know if that's true for that. So they like to tell the story and i think i don't know i guess may i don't know how you feel. But her you relate to your voice jesse but maybe a by thank your own voices bizarre like sometimes. I listened to what a strange tone to select specific. Good like coming up with the front of your face. I don't know why but it must do something some like to me. I'm like it's it's the means of getting the message across. Like i would always saying inbounds to try and communicate the thing it was never like. I'm like oh. I'm an amazing singer. Everyone be so lucky to listen to me. It's not something i ever thought. But you kind of like the reluctant from women. I mean now. I yes i think. Well i just didn't ever think it. You know what i mean like i think some people maybe it's about pushing yourself forward or but some people they walk into room and you're like oh yeah. They've got like that. Quality is funny. You talk about that. Because i just. I'm watching the video irish documentary and it's really fascinating because the goal was like i mean she. She kind of makes me off. Shoot for hating songwriting. I mean this girl is when she makes this documentary. She's like seventeen and it's about the rise of her she. She so self-assured about her. It's not that she's cocky at all. She's really remarkable but there was a total in a confidence in self belief that she had with her the way she delivered songs. And all that. And you know i remember. I remember watching florence. Florence and the machine like senior on tables. Anybody that listened. She was an elephant and costumes singing and there was like the showmanship about it and i was like i was not that person. I was kind of like sorry. I'm just going to do that. So now i i totally. I totally understand where you're coming from but then to me i'm like but you've got such a beautiful voice and when you sing it's people feel something because of what you're saying. So maybe it's that we always want we don't have. I don't know why. I love the idea that my daughter sings. He said she said and she doesn't actually really know what the words necessarily in the message means..

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"mayberry" Discussed on Table Manners with Jessie Ware

Table Manners with Jessie Ware

07:59 min | Last month

"mayberry" Discussed on Table Manners with Jessie Ware

"Banger and they've got new record out on the twenty seventh of august. Oh my wedding anniversary. Maybe some will get me from already. And she's in the waiting room. Laura mayberry coming up on table manners. Lauren mayberry we have you here. You'll zoom from la. Your lovely boyfriend just helped us with textbook. You have to mark france going shit hundreds of right now the love you but fuck off some fucking just made a big noise. My my daughter. I'm a bit sad that We'll know she'll be sad that she's not speaking to you lauren. Because she's big fan a it's her like top top requested song that we have to have in the cau- many times and actually my husband used to it. Big family fave. That's which song darling she knows. Because i already sent that the video of my daughter singing. Dm france we. Oh yeah are you on. This is kind of how this happened. I feel like i'm i posted about. He said she said. Because i think it's an amazing song. And then you said that you were a big fan of the po- and then i said well you must come on. 'cause this is my way of flirting and then i sent you just to seal the daily sent video. My daughter's singing the song whilst in the cost so there and the here we are now you zooming in tiny girl. Funds are my favorite demographic. So you totally have me there and yeah. I've listened to you guys a lot this last year. 'cause Sandwiches sometimes but he was away with his family for some of the lockdown stuff so yes. It's very comforting. I listen to it at nighttime. When i was making dinner and stuff because it felt fitting i would make a slightly rubbish meal else listening to you guys talk about nice meals the were having and it felt very comforting especially because yeah your mother indoors. Your family haven't been able to see fook since christmas. Twenty nineteen so it's been quality time zone. Yeah well i mean. I'm very lucky. I live in a higher with cats in a nice safe vitam for published. But yes. it's just weird because we have. Us visas and those we've got our us visa renewed but you can't get to the embassy to get stamped so we can't really leave otherwise we won't be able to get back in and we've got tour dates here so management where like. Just sit tight laura. Why have you got a jumper on you. Live in la. I did realize when. I stepped into the zoom square. Also i look a bit like. Where's wally which wasn't my intention If you don't well it's raining today. So i thought it would be cozy for me and i miss lots of things but every time there was an occasion to wear a jumper and americans are quite intense their air conditioning. In a way. That so i carry one with me all the time annually. Not i go anywhere. But when i used to go places if you go into sharp or a cinema. It's absolutely baltic immediately. So i have to a large jumper to put over my entire self. Just in case said do you miss scotland i do. Yeah what do you miss. Most the rain or the msci. I'll take a rain over the one hundred percent. But yeah i feel. I guess it's weird when you move away from place because it's not like i laughed because i didn't like it anymore. I was just conscious that i have an opportunity to travel and do something that Not love people get to do and you know. I don't have i don't have kids. I don't have things that hold me to a place. Necessarily and i was conscious that i don't know why i decided this when i was twenty. Seven look is putting a timer on women in entertainment so you need to do as much as you can while you can and also figure out a way for the to do something after which may be sense overly negative and overly paranoid. But i do think that i would love to be shirley manson or pd army or any of those people that get to create constantly forever but a just Unsure if that'd be the case. So i was any to figure out a way to be able to work in creative stuff after this because there's no session session. Frontman says from women isn't really a job so we are so we're in los angeles trying to expand on the old writing. Cd so what are you writing with other for. Other people. Trying to yeah. I don't ever written lyrics for myself or projects. I had been in if someone else didn't want it to sing but didn't want to write words than just feed them forward so i think it's a nice and especially most we've been doing. I think all the stuff almost is rating for female singers female artists. And i feel like that. Something that appeals to me. A lot. Because i haven't been in a lot of those kinds of rooms as an artist but the ones that have been in. It's just been all men all gitane so and you're like this is what my concept is and this is what i want to do. A lot of times people are but other times. They don't get it at all. So i feel like i'd like to. I only thirty three. i'm almost sorry for. I don't know why. I'm putting time sample myself so early but but i would like to be the old wise l. in the room that can be like she's trying to say something. What is it you wanna say. That would be my after someone could pay me for. That would be great. I mean it's so funny. I it's not financially. It's not surprising that you do say about the shelf. Life women because most women that come on this focus our music exactly the same thing and they feel it too and it's really crap and it's odd because i don't wanna live too much in the fear realm by awesome. Don't don't want to be naive. Because i know that re realistically it's more likely that will happen and even like i think it's bizarre to be confronted with your own asian aesthetic. Even if people are saying something nice that they think they're saying is very nice when they're like. Oh wow oh you would know. She was thirty three. You look so much younger then it just gets me amount headroom like yeah but then we're placing the worth on a women's youth and that's going to go away and then when i do cook look my age. What does that mean. Does that mean. I cease me relevant artistically. So part of me was like i understand that severi. I'm lucky to have that unlucky to get to do that. And i do fuck it in love my job but i'm also conscious at some point. The job might not exist in that way. And if i've learned anything about anything in this industry it's a once you're viewed as old news before much less likely to let you try anything. And it's essentially savage. I didn't move here to just be like says to press of cranky person. Future proofing. Because i do at the end of the fuck i fucking love music and making music and i'd like to get to that for a while but i understand the fair but i also think you you've got a new record out with churches. Yes and august. It sounds killer. Sounds big and like you're doing that you still doing your band. And then i think i understand that you want to write for the people. It's a brilliant thing to be involved in especially if you like. Collaborating unit pov abandoned able to collaborate with other people other women of female voices. You know i. I get it all and i'm sometimes when you feel like you've all your eggs in one basket can feel quite scary in the music world. Yes good to have a couple of plates spinning which is a very table monarchy metaphor well about this so you cooking feeding bit homesick. What are you cooking a lot off whilst down and what have you. Are you a good cook so much to ask. I feel like i've gotten better. I've definitely gotten better during this time period. Because i feel like when you're onto or even if you're going for the cooling coil healthy option. It's not really that healthy all at the time..

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"mayberry" Discussed on Standup Comedy   "Your Host and MC"

Standup Comedy "Your Host and MC"

05:37 min | 8 months ago

"mayberry" Discussed on Standup Comedy "Your Host and MC"

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"mayberry" Discussed on Standup Comedy   "Your Host and MC"

Standup Comedy "Your Host and MC"

05:09 min | 8 months ago

"mayberry" Discussed on Standup Comedy "Your Host and MC"

"To minimize vulgarity. And my folks. Don't use a lot of august because it's an easy laugh. You know fucking funny word. It's just fucking funny. That's all you can't put it in your actors you can't get it out. It becomes like a funny joke. Comedians are always trying to clean up their tv. They're always saying jack he'd word lifeflock they didn't fuck can use in the place of big laughs. Fuck didn't fought and say well. I got news for you pal. Ain't fucking work like that. That'd be fucking using it all the fucking time. I understand the need for bulgaria. It's a very powerful thing. Trans a lot of barriers asshole goes through glass. When you're driving down the highway and somebody cut you off you go. You can have the window. Open air radio going last clean words. Don't go through. Bless research this to some degree accidentally. Use the word asshole in front of my daughter in the car when she was four hundred for the tape recorder. Play back so he's trying to clean up my act. But you still got the animosity when somebody cuts you off. So i tried to clean version of always knew when i was talking about. I'm driving on the highway. Going people are driving along beside megan. Something wrong word. Sounds like a mom gone ena sleeping on getting this house for pump. Somebody's so my mommy says you poke poke. Somebody's eye out. Sucker in the pulpit. You'd have to go up her nose and get behind that song. Which is a lot more. Trouble is willing to go to resolve using the other night. Getting word or just talking to somebody gussied up. Came flying out of the humor. That we're never heard gussied up major all dressed up so i'd like something horrible hamden sheriff. It'd be going. Yeah wait vitamin it did. Because by the time actually real word. I looked it up. It's actually in the dictionary. I thought it was colloquialism. But it's a real word gussie. Its past tense in the dictionary. There's no verb form to it. There's no to gusts are too big. How you get this. Somehow you get gussie remaining way to play while hose down or something deep gushy wiltshire must hurt. Mingo a party reason. They were going to get here and mingle is. He'll can get your hands all greasy. I didn't like reading about me. You know looking for me. I've been made into the party. License like merged word. I've been living out in southern california for ten years. I'm a bad driver. Now when i come on free weight. Eighty miles an hour away. Birds emerged in mainland. Get out of the way i mean. Hurry and i'm lost. That was jack mayberry out of texas. I'm sure you cut the accent. Very funny guy always had great stories. We're going to keep this moving right along with our next headliner. You've heard him before on my podcast. He's a great friend. We still work together fairly regularly. he's out of the bay area. Let's hear some great stand up. Comedy live on stage from steve. Brunner played my hair nightmare. Gigs couple of months back. I played a sports bar. Where after the comedy show they were having a midnight dirt tournament. Drunk people shouldn't be allowed to do one guy sober up one hundred people. All he did was yellow catch. Started me thinking not a lot of sports. Drink heavily. Then try to do better. Not like a bunch of azure going to finish off the fifth of jack daniels and go skydiving unless invited designated polar parachuting. Anyway figured out a long time ago. I part of the parachute is parish..

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"mayberry" Discussed on Standup Comedy   "Your Host and MC"

Standup Comedy "Your Host and MC"

01:52 min | 8 months ago

"mayberry" Discussed on Standup Comedy "Your Host and MC"

"Resolve using the other night. Getting word or just talking to somebody gussied up. Came flying out of the humor. That we're never heard gussied up major all dressed up so i'd like something horrible hamden sheriff. It'd be going. Yeah wait vitamin it did. Because by the time actually real word. I looked it up. It's actually in the dictionary. I thought it was colloquialism. But it's a real word gussie. Its past tense in the dictionary. There's no verb form to it. There's no to gusts are too big. How you get this. Somehow you get gussie remaining way to play while hose down or something deep gushy wiltshire must hurt. Mingo a party reason. They were going to get here and mingle is. He'll can get your hands all greasy. I didn't like reading about me. You know looking for me. I've been made into the party. License like merged word. I've been living out in southern california for ten years. I'm a bad driver. Now when i come on free weight. Eighty miles an hour away. Birds emerged in mainland. Get out of the way i mean. Hurry and i'm lost. That was jack mayberry out of texas. I'm sure you cut the accent. Very funny guy always had great stories.

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Show #51 "Wow" Three Headliners! Mayberry, Bruner, & Apio - burst 2

Standup Comedy "Your Host and MC"

01:52 min | 8 months ago

Show #51 "Wow" Three Headliners! Mayberry, Bruner, & Apio - burst 2

"Resolve using the other night. Getting word or just talking to somebody gussied up. Came flying out of the humor. That we're never heard gussied up major all dressed up so i'd like something horrible hamden sheriff. It'd be going. Yeah wait vitamin it did. Because by the time actually real word. I looked it up. It's actually in the dictionary. I thought it was colloquialism. But it's a real word gussie. Its past tense in the dictionary. There's no verb form to it. There's no to gusts are too big. How you get this. Somehow you get gussie remaining way to play while hose down or something deep gushy wiltshire must hurt. Mingo a party reason. They were going to get here and mingle is. He'll can get your hands all greasy. I didn't like reading about me. You know looking for me. I've been made into the party. License like merged word. I've been living out in southern california for ten years. I'm a bad driver. Now when i come on free weight. Eighty miles an hour away. Birds emerged in mainland. Get out of the way i mean. Hurry and i'm lost. That was jack mayberry out of texas. I'm sure you cut the accent. Very funny guy always had great stories.

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"mayberry" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

04:16 min | 9 months ago

"mayberry" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"Delivery. Mayberry delivery charge is not a driver to welcome back two extra mile Arena, Air Force and Boise State. Extra sports 13 Hundreds. Falcon spent a good part of the practice yesterday and the shoot around today talking about defense and talking about tweaking. Their defense and specifically because Boise State had 10 3 pointers in the game on Wednesday night, and they were key three pointers Max Rice off the bench. The coach's son had a couple of late threes in the first half. Take Ah one point lead and push that out to an eight point advantage. Eventually, in a point advantage on they were huge at the time because it gave Boise State some breathing room. So when they came out to start the second half, they already had a little moment of kind of built into everything. And then Boise State continue the three point onslaught in the second half. Marcus Shaver was three of three from the three point line. Derek Alston, who did not have a field goal. In the first half. He was able to hit from deep water and that really kind of got Boise State the room they were looking for. Theo the arm length if you will, the stiff arm to win, handily beating Air force 78 to 59. So the Falcons talked about that over the last couple of days what they're trying to do with their defense. To accommodate those three point shooters and specifically three pointers in transition. You can get five guys back on defense. But if you have five guys just run to the lane Okay and turn around that that's not transition defense. You've got to run back. And especially in today's game. You got to get your defenders on the three point line because today's ballplayers Would love to hit a three and transition. Okay, It's a simple is that you don't see as many guys going to the glass. Unless there's a pretty clear break away or you got a two on one type of situation all the other time, specially the shooters. They're going to go find spots on the three point line. If you just run back and get into the lane and turn around doesn't help the cause. You've got to get back to the three point line and get your head on a swivel and see where everybody is. That's one of the things the Falcons worked on. Everything a lot of three point shots today during the shoot around. They've struggled from the three point line. 15 54 from the three point arc in the last three games, they gotta score more. It's a simple is that I'm one of the challenges is You gotta have the ball more. They've turned it over 58 times in the last three games, so they've got to do a better job holding onto the basketball and given themselves a chance, and a lot of those turnovers. Quite honestly, they're just unforced errors. Air Force has got to settle down. Take their foot off the gas just a little bit. And play with a little more composure when they have the basketball, but great to see this team make three or four more Threes. Number one number two Have only 11 or 12 turnovers of 13 and then see how the game looks from that perspective for Boise State again, we talked about their guards of rage. A Dennis Marcus Shaver. And also Max Rice really having a big hand in that win over air force, and the Falcons are going to try to shit slow those guys down, especially in transition and get out to the three point line when they're spotting up. The three point shots. Air Force actually did a pretty good job on Derek Alston, The Mountain West Conference preseason player of the year, didn't have a field goal in the first half of the four in the second half. He finished with 16. But that was because he was seven of seven. From the free throw line. One late note for Boise State. They will not have Emmanuel. A cot in the line of tonight is one of their starting perimeter Manny at five points in a couple of rebounds and the wind over Air Force on Wednesday night, But Boise State playing great basketball right now, they have won nine in a row. And they're hoping to make it 10 straight before they go on the road. Next weekend, Air Force and Boise State. It's coming up on extra sports 1300 Navy Federal Credit Union proud to serve the military community here and around the world. Is it Navy federal dot or today? We're.

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"mayberry" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

02:45 min | 1 year ago

"mayberry" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

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"mayberry" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

01:32 min | 1 year ago

"mayberry" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

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"mayberry" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

KTLK 1130 AM

06:54 min | 1 year ago

"mayberry" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

"Well because we've been I've run into this issue where a guy leaves a police force probably because he's got a mark go to a small a police force in this in a small area Mayberry is you know for lack of a better word and the record doesn't follow him the only time you know what he has in in the present presiding jurisdiction is if you if you do some type of public information that so that you know with these police unions these guys could have history the mile long but just be passed on a different police departments and nobody knows a lot well listen I like the dialogue with the pastor I'm sorry that you lost congregant a friend of my heart goes out to the Mr Floyd's family this should never happen in America like the rest of America the the this conscience of a nation shocked and we are but we can be so much better than this just like we've got to stop violence in big cities we've got to start educating seriously fixing a corrupt educational system that has failed our children for decades you know the the education of my mind that comes from the Latin derivative might surprise rose a seminary student at Duke could aid to bring forth from within all that kind of stuff that's predicated on the belief that god put it there isn't a pastor that is true you know what god puts it was closed out we got to bring it out that's it bring forth that's already there god put it there and every child every man every man woman and child on this earth the same god that's what I believe and that's why it's so frustrating you have all the political divide and I get upset is a conservative would you know every two to four years in service of the Republicans are racist and sexist and misogynist and there's NO phobic and homophobic and Islamophobic and they want dirty air and dirty water and I want grandma and grandpa eat dog food and cat food before you are over public leader throws them over a cliff when they're in the wheelchair that I'm not that I don't want to be friends with any of those people that believe that and I don't know conservatives that way is something that we both of us would agree I though so I don't believe that any president democratic or Republican has dealt with the issue of institutional racism at because I think that that that issue well yes it could be divisive and that there's an opportunity for a president even this one or the next one or whatever to deal with this issue head on and I need I think you should go see that president I would say for the race I think you should go a bit let me yeah I was happy we were seeing prior to corona virus what we see record low unemployment for African Americans Hispanic Americans Asian Americans women in the workplace youth unemployment African American youth unemployment record after record after record the answer is success and success has to be given in church and it with that education forget all this crap how about we get the basics in first reading writing math that's it member yeah we watched a movie lean on me I did I interviewed the real Joe Clark okay how was that he loved his students love them and it was his passion throughout all the trouble makers all the drug dealers anybody involved in bad activity and he said to the the students there we are going to succeed together any kicked everybody's you know what and and it worked and he succeeded because he loved them we could duplicate that pastor you can leave that movement I'll follow you we could act I've got one of the questions so if you start interviewing me on my own show go right ahead yeah the school systems the middle where I live I live in in the middle of Houston Texas because you know yeah but you do okay okay I'm gonna send over the church okay said the police in the eight some of these because we work on the property taxes still place like H. eyes the opinion now where the the school is located it's going to have less money than I don't know let's say Cinco ranch which Katy Cinco ranch which you know the average person probably makes a hundred thousand or more and so what do you think about the inequity of I think based upon the money and resources well anyway listen to I I enjoyed our conversation together and my men are I know that this will this audience as Ross and prayers are with you and and George's family and we can't have this happen again and we've got to work towards a more perfect union I think I think Jesus would like that pastor but you're closer to home than I am I'm just a guy that says guilty guilty guilty hi we're we're as close with Begusarai to where they can find brick and yeah that's a good way to put it I believe all that's gonna be god we can become we you know we have made incredible strides in this country we still have a long way to go you know but but but we have this is the United States of America we're capable of doing anything I believe that we are a city on a hill there's never been a country in the history of mankind pastor that has accumulated more power than this one and as my friend Barry Farber would say abused it less and I add there's never been a country in the history of mankind has accumulated more power and use that power not perfectly no perfect countries for the advancement of the human condition in the United States of America you agree with that I definitely agree and I think that it has the opportunity although we've we've come you know they've been measureable strides we we've got some way to go because I think as king's dream of the beloved kingdom I think we've got a learn to use that power in a loving fashion so that those who may not have those bills for the poor the immigrant the folks on the outside may have the opportunity to be a part of that community so that we can we can say that we have and you know most people may not agree with me on this we're trying to build the kingdom of god he honors well we got a long way to go it will be done yeah amen all right pastor god bless you thank you so much for be online again man okay I was ready all right Sir god bless you thank you eight hundred nine four one Sean women amazing Hannity tonight nine eastern fox news channel look.

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"mayberry" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

07:16 min | 2 years ago

"mayberry" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"Yes. You might think that we are in the town of Mayberry where you got the jail, and you've got Andy, and you've got Barney, and you've got Otis like the town drunk who would be able to wander in and just like let himself in and out of the jail with keys. Well, rock county. Apparently, it's not too much different than that. And here is the story, and I will guarantee you it is one of the funniest videos against since all's well that ends well, you will ever see story involved in this by the way is getting international attention. The story involves a seventeen year old guy. His name is Quantrill Schwartz alot of work word Ville, Orford Ville. All right. He is charged with felony stemming from an August incident. This is last August, he's charged with strangulation and suffocation. Right. So this is these are both felony. This is a big time deal. All right. He ends up apparently getting arrested on October eighteenth at Orford Ville Parkview high school. So they go out in the arrest this guy on on felony charges. They bring him in to the rock county sheriff's office. And what they're going to do is. They're apparently going to interview him. All right. So that's the whole idea here. This is all captured on the video a sheriff's deputy walks him into an interview room. And I'm looking at the thing with the interview room. It's got a table. It's got a couple of chairs he is handcuffed. This would be the bad guy who's charged with strangulation of suffocation he's handcuffed with this hands in front of him. Right. The deputy brings him into this room. And then leaves the deputy is gone for fourteen minutes, fourteen minutes. Well, it wouldn't have mattered. If he was gone for ten minutes or five minutes because you see this on the video as soon literally as soon as the deputy leaves the room and shuts the door of the interview room the kid who's charged with suffocating and strangulation turns around the the w-. Windows on this interrogation room. They're they're like the windows. You have at your house. There's blinds. And then there's like a screen the kid raises the window. There's no bars. There's no nothing. It's not a secure facility. He raises the windows and jumps out. He jumps out. It's a first floor. I or maybe second floor he jumps out. He's not in there. But fifteen seconds, and he jumps out. Right. So then you see it's empty then. They've got another video. They've got another video. And it's it's all attached to what I have sent out on my on Twitter. It's of the overall parking lot at the sheriff's department. You see the kid running across the parking lot. Even he takes off like a bad out of you know, where all right. So he he's gone fourteen minutes later, and this is captured on the video as well. Fourteen minutes later, the sheriff's deputy who is responsible for him. Comes back in. You can see opens the door, and I'm not exactly a lip reader. But the sheriff's deputy kind of says, oh what they fill in the blank kid is gone. Thirty seconds after he's there. He's out the window honest to goodness. And I tell you something it looks like something from the Andy Griffith show. I think it would have taken Otis more efforts to bust out of the jail in Mayberry. Then it did for this kid who is charged with felonies to get out of the sheriff's department and then run it again he runs away. Now, I say all's well that ends well because apparently they caught him three and a half hours later at a at a friend of his house in Janesville. So I mean, it is kind of like one of these things where where was the ultimate going to go. But but this is what passes for security in rock county. Well, what happened is after the word got out. They then realized maybe it's not such a good idea to pit people who are charged with felonies in unsecure interview rooms and then leave for like, fifteen minutes. Maybe some bad stuff can happen. Like, the kid could open the window. And by the way, this isn't you? If you watch this video it's not like he's wrestling with the wind. It's not just pulls open the window jumps out and runs away. So now, apparently they have decided that what they're going to do is they're going to put bars on the windows, which might have been a good idea perhaps in the first place. If you're going to be using these rooms to detain people that are charged with felonies, maybe maybe they should be secure in some sort of fashion. Now, here's my favorite part. I don't mean to pick on the rock county sheriff's department too much except come on. Gimme a break. I mean, they do an administrative investigation of this. And they find that there. This is my favorite line. The only the windows were found at fault not the procedures. The sheriff's office uses only the windows, we're going to blame the windows. Well, here's the message for the rock county sheriff, hey, maybe there should be some degree of accountability. The windows. We're going to blame the windows. No, maybe you should look at your procedures in the first place like leaving a guy that's charged with multiple felonies in a room that is not secure where you've got the windows that are able to be opened by simply pulling them up. Maybe that is a procedure that is at fault maybe leaving somebody in this category alone for twelve or thirteen or fourteen or fifteen minutes in an unsecured interview room. Maybe that grew you just saw this. This is hysterical. It's one of the funniest videos. I've seen again they caught him. So all's well that ends well. But I love it the rock county sheriff's department their approaches. Well, we've done a review and there's no problem with our procedures. It's just the the windows that were to blame. Well, okay. You took a felon. You left him in an unsecured room for fifteen minutes where the windows could be opened up. Maybe again, like I say, maybe maybe need to go to Mayberry to get some ideas as to security now, they say it's never going to happen again. But I will tell you this this video this is going to be making international circuits. And you know, you know, that at least temporarily the folks in rock county at the sheriff's department, they're going to kind of be the laughing stock of maybe the world for this particular situation. Check it out again, the video is floating around journal Sentinel's website has the Janesville gazette has the best version of it. If you follow me on Twitter, it's at Jeff Wagner, six twenty. You will you will see and we could have the show poll. All right, Andy. And if you're looking to escape where would you rather be in custody, Andy and Barney's jail or the rock county sheriff's department? I don't know. I think it's pretty much of a push twelve seventeen. If wagner. 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"mayberry" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

02:31 min | 2 years ago

"mayberry" Discussed on KGO 810

"Mayberry tries to make the case that black people have put up so with so much microaggressions and racing. Their nerves are raw, and it's very hard for them to hear this. And that so he's in this incredibly condescending fashion saying that black people are so whipped up in irrational. You can't ask them to be fair in judging. This guy is incredibly condescending wrong, man. God just the lust for conflict in the modern world who even if there is no conflict. We got a whip some up. I'm telling you, it's unhealthy nothing. You gotta nail down. What percentage of that conflict? Online was Russia. It's not even US citizens. Anyway. Well, yeah. But I I think trolls the call out culture, the people who are just looking for a little online fame. I wouldn't underestimate that we got free hundred and some million people in this country, and a of you jerks. News. Now, Marcia villa last night. President Trump again link illegal immigration along the southern border with drugs and violent crime is he urged democratic lawmakers to fund his proposed border wall and end the partial government shutdown. My administration is doing everything in our power to help those impacted by the situation. But the only solution is for Democrats to pass a spending Bill that defends our borders and reopens the government this situation could be solved in a forty five minute meeting. Today. The president is meeting with both Republicans and Democrats once again, congressional DEM say they're all head to the White House with their plan to reopen the government that's the same plan. They've been presenting all along they're asking the president to accept a bipartisan Bill to fund border security without any money for the wall. Which he is said no way, I think he's in a position politically now where he he can't possibly agree to no funding for the wall. Not one dollar, which is a ridiculous position. Given the fact that many of these same people funded hundreds of other miles of walls. But whatever that's the position. I just don't see how this could solve. We're going to be months into this thing. We don't have to talk about it every day. No. Meanwhile, democrat leader Chuck Schumer says the ongoing partial shutdown is hurting hundreds of thousands of affected government employees shutdown is hurting millions of Americans. It's.

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Ken Berry, TV sitcom actor, dies at 85

Investor's Edge

00:11 sec | 3 years ago

Ken Berry, TV sitcom actor, dies at 85

"Actor Ken berry has passed away at the age of eighty five actor singer and dancers best known for his work on the sitcoms f troop Mayberry r f d at mama's family.

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"mayberry" Discussed on Q: The Podcast from CBC Radio

Q: The Podcast from CBC Radio

01:33 min | 3 years ago

"mayberry" Discussed on Q: The Podcast from CBC Radio

"Lot of bands will spend a huge part of their career trying to reach this moment this point where they can say all we finally we we made it but in reality i think it's very challenging to determine you know what award or achievement or stamp of approval can really tell you when you've arrived for churches let's the 'electronic pop pop brand pop band from scotland that isn't really something that they're worried about they've checked off all sorts of boxes on their list already they've pop anthems that have one fans over all over the world their their last record every open i hit number eight on the billboard charts and they've just released a third album to great acclaim those highs have come with some challenges as well lauren mayberry the lead singer for churches his spoken publicly about how much she's been trolled heckled abused as the woman at the center of a young ambitious band you're gonna get all three members of churches and just a second lauren ian and martin get pretty frank about all these experiences and talk about how important it is for a band no matter where they are in their career to just take their time to savor the journey you're also going to hear a lot of this new music that they've made with gregg curse than the grammy award winning producer who's worked with big names like adele and sia but first we started with a look back at how far they've come lauren ian martin welcome to cute.

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"mayberry" Discussed on Lawyer Talk: Off The Record

Lawyer Talk: Off The Record

01:44 min | 3 years ago

"mayberry" Discussed on Lawyer Talk: Off The Record

"So barney grabs the the motorbike with a sidecar you can just imagine andy's playing the straight guy looking at this thing like you know he's the whole episode that barney trying to get andy in there and ride in the sidecar with me and they do so barney gets a helmet goggles gloves and gets the whole schmeer right he is is set up to write this motorcycle and this i think that's the episode where antitrust put on barney's hat he's like don't touch my hand i get that from the mother's side of my family don't touch my hat anyway touch the hat what's going on i think is barney there is an interstate near mayberry and all the the truck drivers how did it go down any at any rate that truck drivers needed to build up speed down a hill to get back up the hill so there is a is like sort of this ever been interested in mayberry look these guys on this route over the road they're going to be a little bit above spiel right there because otherwise it can't get back up the hill so that was his speed was a speed trap so barney sets up checkpoint speed trap and gets all the any such right he goes out there with the motorcycle and sidecar and sort of heights in there and he starts writing tickets you can just see the show it's like they keep throwing ticket well with the truck drivers do as i say this is a bunch of bs they start driving through town at midnight and finally barney has to get checkpoint chickey under control and and the whole episode sort of unwinds that way but it made me think about so brighty checkpoints are checkpoint chick he's all over the place and.

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"mayberry" Discussed on Before the Millions

Before the Millions

01:51 min | 4 years ago

"mayberry" Discussed on Before the Millions

"It is i wanted number one i want it to you i wanted to provide meaningful results and develop meaningful relationships with people and as i thought about that and i thought up me executing out of my home and and having six to ten clients at a time i'm really limited in the impact that can make in the world when i thought about building a company and having employees that can manage clients for me and sales guys that can sell clients for me and you know instead of managing six to ten clients managing right now at disrupted we have i think three hundred and fifty clients that is a serious impact in the world and i believe in the results that were driving for people and i believe in you know i mentioned my friend mark mayberry were servicing i think like eight different clients that he's referred to us that he's involved with you know i wouldn't be able to fulfill for all those clients when i was working out of my home and so i looked at the impact that i wanted to make and i thought i can make a bigger impact if i take advantage of this merger and then the second peace was i really care about my family i care about being able to spend meaningful time with my family and being able to be completely emotionally present while i'm there and when you're running your own business and you're the guy and you're the sales guy and you're the fulfillment guy and you're the guy and you're the accounting guy it's really hard to check out from that because if you check out noone's running your business and so i wanted to build a business ticket function without me so that i can go and spend quality time with my kids and completely disconnect and be fully present with them and so like i said i would just does not necessarily i'm not saying that everyone should out those same goals as i as i have but for me is i dug in and asked myself why do i want this i don't want this why don't want this it really helped me to see you know what this opportunity is going to help make comparable schools better than this other opportunity.

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"mayberry" Discussed on Before the Millions

Before the Millions

01:46 min | 4 years ago

"mayberry" Discussed on Before the Millions

"As i dug into that like what i really want it is i wanted number one i wanted to you i wanted to provide meaningful results and develop meaningful relationships with people and as i thought about that and i thought her up me executing out of my home and and having six to ten clients at a time i'm really limited in the impact that can make in the world when i thought about building a company and having employees that can manage clients for me in sales guys that can sell clients for me and you know instead of managing six to ten clients managing right now at disrupted we have i think three hundred and fifty clients that is a serious impact in the world and i believe and the results that were driving for people and i believe in you know i mentioned my friend mark mayberry worst servicing i think like eight different clients that he's referred to us that he's involved with you know i wouldn't be able to fulfil for all those clients when i was working out of my home and so i looked at the impact that i wanted to make and i thought i can make a bigger impact if i take advantage of this merger and then the second piece was i really care about my family i care about being able to spend meaningful time with my family and being able to be completely emotionally present while on there and when you're running your own business and you're the guy and you're the sales guy and you're the fulfillment guy and you're the guy and you're the accounting guy it's really hard to check out from that because if you check out noone's running your business and so i wanted to build a business ticket function without me so that i can go and spend quality time with my kids and completely disconnect and be fully present with them and so like i said i would just does not necessarily i'm not saying that everyone should out those same goals as i as i have but for me is i dug in and asked myself why do i want this why don't want this why don't want this.

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"mayberry" Discussed on Dumb People Town

Dumb People Town

02:15 min | 4 years ago

"mayberry" Discussed on Dumb People Town

"We're going to do it we're if everybody's we're going to go okay so one of these people amy hammers physical jobs tiffany tampere will be great if she hears this to the only link she's mad about as rebate uppermiddle like everything else is true but it is floyd i am named after my grandfather branded mayberry maybe you guys who know which ones brandon i know we can now work we're going to start your guest tuna so you can go first i am going to tell you hooking from left to right i'm going to give you their names okay the purse on the far left hammers knew it away what what did you point it was i not allowed to guess what you're going to get to decide if you want to go first or less we are the gasic hammers to the left in the middle you've got brandon mayberry skin so big and then to are far right we have tiffany tampere tip it a or who i would argue has to wandering eyes jona you can go first or you can go last their teens in their twenties than who's in their 30s i will go first mayberry is in his twenties i think amy hammer is in her thirties and tiffany as a tip it is it was a teenage aids okay okay randy soy i think amy hammers is injured teens may is thirty and two twenty six i told you that tampere to do was forty seven years old would you argue gone i'm going the other way no if you said great grandmother i would have not even bad and no one would argue that jason scored i'm going to say middle dude is in his teens okay branded graber i think on the end on the right she's in her thirties in this one's entertainment oh there's a whole lot let's see what they should we somebody summit spirit let's pick one person somebody who wants to go raise your hand if you will you to head up first what is your name come up here coming up here as a mike.

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