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France's Macron sparks outrage as he vows to annoy the unvaccinated - CNBC

AP News Radio

00:53 sec | 2 weeks ago

France's Macron sparks outrage as he vows to annoy the unvaccinated - CNBC

"French French president president Emmanuel Emmanuel mackerel mackerel has has provoked provoked outcries outcries in in parliament parliament and and protests protests from from election election rivals rivals by by using using a a vulgarity vulgarity to to describe describe his his strategy strategy for for pressuring pressuring vaccine vaccine refusals refusals in in an an interview interview published published by by French French newspaper newspaper le le parisien parisien McCall McCall used used a a French French word word meaning meaning to to rile rile or or to to bug bug when when referring referring to to France's France's unvaccinated unvaccinated people people I I think think we we will will continue continue to to rile rile to to the the end end the the president president made made the the explosive explosive from from mark mark as as lawmakers lawmakers all all heatedly heatedly debating debating new new measures measures that that would would allow allow only only the the vaccinated vaccinated to to enjoy enjoy leisure leisure activities activities such such as as eating eating out out his his use use of of the the language language more more commonly commonly heard heard at at the the countess countess of of French French cafes cafes further further complicates complicates the the already already difficult difficult passage passage in in parliament parliament of of the the government's government's planned planned new new vaccine vaccine poss poss I'm I'm Charles Charles de de Ledesma Ledesma French French president president Emmanuel Emmanuel mackerel mackerel has has provoked provoked outcries outcries in in parliament parliament and and protests protests from from election election rivals rivals by by using using a a vulgarity vulgarity to to describe describe his his strategy strategy for for pressuring pressuring vaccine vaccine refusals refusals in in

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No. 21 Coastal Carolina remains in hunt for Sun Belt title

AP News Radio

00:33 sec | 2 months ago

No. 21 Coastal Carolina remains in hunt for Sun Belt title

"Backup Bryce carpenter threw for eighty five yards and a touchdown and ran for another score to help number twenty one coastal Carolina beat Georgia southern twenty eight to eight coastal Carolina announced an hour before the game at starting quarterback Racine McCall would not play the school said McCall is out indefinitely with an upper body injury carpenter entered with just nineteen pass attempts this season he connected with Cameron brown for a twelve yard touchdown pass to open the scoring and made it fourteen nothing with a twenty three yard run the Chanticleers are tied with Appalachian state atop the east division of the Sun Belt conference I'm Dave Ferrie

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"mccall" Discussed on Todd Durkin IMPACT Show

Todd Durkin IMPACT Show

02:39 min | 3 months ago

"mccall" Discussed on Todd Durkin IMPACT Show

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Pollster Richard Baris Answers Our Virginia Questions Ahead of the Razor Tight Tuesday Election

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:51 min | 3 months ago

Pollster Richard Baris Answers Our Virginia Questions Ahead of the Razor Tight Tuesday Election

"So Richard, you are your smart, much smarter than Nate silver. I say that every time you come on and you get things right, you do a terrific job and you're the best with polling and political predictions that I've seen, and so let's talk about what's happening in Virginia. Let's just kind of let's take this piece by piece. We got about ten minutes to go through this. Where was this race 6 months ago and how and why did it develop into the tight race it is today? Yeah, I mean, even a month ago, Charlie, you know, McCall, he was former democratic governor who left supposedly with an approval rating around 54%. This should really not have been a race of Virginia is even with the current climate, Virginia is, you know, had Joe Biden one at ten points, 54 44. What really is going on in the last 8 months or so 6 months, Democrats began to erode support in Virginia and it's coming from independence. The democratic base is a little leakage there, but it really is coming from independence in third party voters who supported Democrats last November. And at the end of the day, Glenn young turned the page almost at the perfect time. And it wasn't only him he had help, but the public education issues soared to the forefront and Democrats, the whole time throughout these last few months, wanted this to be about Medicare, expansion, Medicaid expansion. Trump, amazingly. And of course, about the pandemic response. And instead, Charlie, three out of the four top issues are Republican environment issues. So jobs in the economy is number one. Taxes inflation, cost of living is number two, and now three is public education. And four is coronavirus. So it just turned up a call of all the perfect storm. You know, I turned all the political stars aligned for junk and we see he's got to lead now. He

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G-20 opens with call for more vaccines for poor countries

AP News Radio

00:58 sec | 3 months ago

G-20 opens with call for more vaccines for poor countries

"Its lease prime yeah Mario Draghi has called on the world's richest nations to pick up the pace and getting Kevin nineteen vaccines to poor countries Draghi his the host for the two day group of twenty summit to rhyme said that any three percent affects native in the poorest countries while seventy percent in rich countries have had at least one shot these differences are morally unacceptable and undermine the global recovery global health and the economy all themes running throughout the summit as world leaders will grapple with the same issues ranging from climate change vaccines economic recovery an international taxation for rich countries vaccines and stimulus spending have restarted economic activity unfortunately no income developing countries don't have the resources to jumpstart their economies as they struggle with vaccinations and financing French president Emmanuel McCall said he expects the G. twenty to come from an additional one hundred billion dollars to support Africa's economies I'm Karen Thomas

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McCall leads No. 24 Coastal Carolina to 35-28 win over Troy

AP News Radio

00:34 sec | 3 months ago

McCall leads No. 24 Coastal Carolina to 35-28 win over Troy

"Coastal Carolina has rebounded from its first loss since last season grace McCall threw for two touchdowns and ran for a third is the twenty fourth ranked Chanticleers took down Troy thirty five twenty eight McCall passed for two hundred ninety four yards including scoring throws of sixty six and seventy one yards coach Jamey Chadwell gambled with a fake punt with about three minutes left in a one score lead the result was a twelve yard run for the first down by defensive tackle CJ brewer the late Dr secure coastal Carolina's twelve straight home win as a share to clears improved to seven and one on the season I'm Dave very

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Biden ties Republican in race for Va. governor to Trump

AP News Radio

00:57 sec | 3 months ago

Biden ties Republican in race for Va. governor to Trump

"With a tight race next week for Virginia governor president Biden traveled to the Commonwealth to support the democratic candidate Democrat Terry McAuliffe previously served as Virginia's governor running again but no longer holding a lead over Republican businessman Glenn young can who's been endorsed by Donald Trump president Biden focused on that at an Arlington rally for McCall left and says Virginia needs to stay a blue state just look around what's happening with the governor of Texas and Florida this is All I Want is right to choose the large lost for this bad demikian McCall of humor Duncan for supporting trump policies and running the culture war campaign if the Republicans win November second in this neck and neck race it would be an ominous sign for other Democrats heading into next year's mid term elections Jackie Quinn Washington

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Brice, Appalachian State upset No. 14 Coastal Carolina 30-27

AP News Radio

00:29 sec | 3 months ago

Brice, Appalachian State upset No. 14 Coastal Carolina 30-27

"Chandler state and hit a twenty four yard field goal as time expired giving Appalachian state a stunning thirty twenty seven win over number fourteen coastal Carolina chase Brice threw for three hundred forty seven yards and two touchdowns with Maleek Williams catching ten passes for two hundred six yards Cameron peoples ran for two touchdowns for the mountaineers who have never lost to the Chanticleers at home grace McCall threw for two hundred ninety one yards and one touchdown for coastal Carolina which shattered eleven straight Sun Belt conference wins I'm the ferry

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Why Overreach Could Doom Democrats in 2022

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

01:30 min | 3 months ago

Why Overreach Could Doom Democrats in 2022

"Election. Good morning. Selena, how are you? Good morning, sunshine. How are you? I'm not so sunshiny. The browns got blown out in Cleveland yesterday and everybody's banged up. I think Kareem hunt torn Achilles, both of our tackles are out Nick Chubb has heard. I'm just grumpy. I got stuck in steelers traffic, but that's all I got. This is close as I got to watching them. Okay, well, I loved your column. I want to play this clip again. It's from the Terry McCall, in the key last governor's debate talking to Glenn young. I don't think Paris should be telling schools what they should teach. What is the significance when I've read your calm, but explain it to people who haven't yet gone to Selena zito dot com and read it. Well, I think the whole key to this entire race is one word. And that's overreach. And I think that that is the sort of chaos and power grabbing that the voters exactly voted against with Biden. And yet they are seeing with all of the Democrats. And I think that that listening to Virginia voters, that is the problem. What color has? And it's the problem that Democrats are facing across the country in these off year elections, Virginia and New Jersey are the larger races, but even in small municipal races. I think that Democrats are going to have a big problem in a couple of ways.

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Caller and Mark Levin Discuss Gender From 'American Marxism'

Mark Levin

01:55 min | 3 months ago

Caller and Mark Levin Discuss Gender From 'American Marxism'

"I am I'm in chapter four of American Marxism I'm actually in Chicago I listen to it on tape in my office so turn several people out to it which is great because they're all very liberal where I work But I love I love the way it really meant something to me the way you came at the gender issues in American Marxism Because it made me realize something I grew up ten to 70s high schools in the 80s era When I was ten 11 years old I played ball with the boys I could hold my own And then puberty hit they got big and strong and I'd say to anybody Right And it really made me mad They're gonna tell that girl that she's a boy trapped in a girl's body and go take steroids and mutilate yourself I don't destroy my life Now I'm an adult woman and I have children I have a husband I have a nice house I would have destroyed everything because at 11 years old I wanted to throw a temper tantrum because I couldn't hit the ball as far as the boys that I played with the summer before And you'll notice in that chapter this is being pushed by the United Nations It's being pushed by all kinds of radical groups It's now in our school systems You have elementary school children learning about this stuff Elementary school children It's unbelievable You know what are these kids going to do I mean we're seeing anger now from these people Let's say let's see how the Democrats conduct themselves in Virginia if they're just going to vote party line which they tend to do Not given a damn what goes on in their schools and all the rest of it They slobber They go to the voting slobber Who's dynamic Terry McCall good

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Does Terry McAuliffe Have an Eye on the Presidency?

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

01:22 min | 3 months ago

Does Terry McAuliffe Have an Eye on the Presidency?

"I love it when a commentary comes together. I had not figured out until after my Washington Post column on junk and mcauliffe came out, how bad McCallum McCallum could be so bad? Why doesn't he repudiate the fund the police? Why is he in favor of school boards? Why won't he define CRT? It made no sense. And then a friend called me up yesterday political consultant said, well, Terry's running for president. He can't repudiate all these people. And I just ask one young kid in the first hour and he's heard it too. It makes perfect sense that he's running a campaign with an eye on 2020 for any can not tick off the left. It does make sense. It is a theory and the other part about that is you have David drucker story about internal Republican polling, private Republican polling, suggesting young kid is going to win. But there's also the RealClearPolitics average of polls, which I'm looking at right now, which has McCall was up by three and a half points and out of it looks like 18 poles on the screen going back to July. You have to call us leading in 2017 and young kid leading in one in early September. So I mean, it may work for him. Which is another reason to

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No. 15 Coastal Carolina beats Arkansas State 52-20

AP News Radio

00:29 sec | 3 months ago

No. 15 Coastal Carolina beats Arkansas State 52-20

"Number fifteen coastal Carolina had no trouble extending its winning streak to eleven games Grayson McCall threw a school record ninety nine yard touchdown pass on his first attempt before the **** to clears completed a fifty two twenty dismantling of Arkansas state McCall completed eighteen of twenty three passes for a career high three hundred sixty four yards and four touchdowns without an interception as a likely also had a big night set career highs with eight receptions two hundred thirty two yards and four touchdowns on the ferry

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Betsy McCaughey Raises Concern Over Biden's Build Back Better Plan

Mark Levin

01:55 min | 3 months ago

Betsy McCaughey Raises Concern Over Biden's Build Back Better Plan

"There was an excellent piece and there's always an excellent column by Betsy McCall She says never mind the cost just look at the absurd things build back better would buy Now I do concern about the cost but she raises a good point She says the bill is un American as it gets Here are some of its details which Democrats would prefer you not to see judge for yourself First generation down payment assistant Most people work and save for years to buy a home This bill makes them into suckers It gives $6.8 billion to low income first time homebuyers with no conditions It's part of Biden's scheme to increase racial and economic diversity in the suburbs First time homebuyers can get up to $20,000 and never have to pay it back Whether they stay in the home or move for virtually any reason it's free money as long as you're not the taxpayer footing the bill And it's likely a double whammy pushing up home prices for first time buyers who actually saved up themselves Home efficiency rebates the bill offers up to $14,000 to homeowners who lower energy use by installing new heat pumps air conditioning systems insulation and energy efficient appliances It's a pot of gold for homeowners who qualify and tens of billions of dollars in new business for contractors They catch ready Only unionized electrical contractors qualify Only unionized electrical contractors qualified design to twist arms and unionize the workforce Why Because unions bankroll the Democratic Party Racial ethnic minorities also get preferred treatment The bill promises contractors a $200 bonus for each customer served from a community of racial or minority ethnic concentration Whites go to the back of the line and have to hope the money holds

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Egg thrown at French President Macron during food trade fair

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | 4 months ago

Egg thrown at French President Macron during food trade fair

"French president Emmanuel mackerel who's been hit on the shoulder buy an egg thrown at him during a visit to an international food trade fair in the French city of Lille a video of the incident widely shared on social media shows McCall walking through a crowd with an egg bounced off him without breaking two bodyguards can be seen immediately getting closer to the president and a man being taken away from the scene by all the bodyguards reports is that her micro saying if he has something to tell me that he can come in June but chrome was slapped in the face by a man as he was greeting the public in a small town in southeastern France I'm Charles the last month

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No. 17 Coastal Carolina wins 53-3; UMass' 15th straight loss

AP News Radio

00:30 sec | 4 months ago

No. 17 Coastal Carolina wins 53-3; UMass' 15th straight loss

"Number seventeen coastal Carolina scored on eight of nine possessions in a fifty three three thrashing of UMass Grayson McCall threw for two touchdowns and ran for another helping the Chanticleer start off foreign for the second straight season McCall scored on a three yard run and heave TD passes of twenty five and twenty three yards the Chanticleer scored on all five of their first half possessions for a thirty six nothing lead at the break McCall finished ten of fourteen for one hundred sixty two yards before taking a seat in the second half I'm Dave Ferrie

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Blinken Defends Afghan Withdrawal at Testy U.S. Congressional Hearing

Armstrong & Getty On Demand

00:26 sec | 4 months ago

Blinken Defends Afghan Withdrawal at Testy U.S. Congressional Hearing

"Blinken yesterday faced harsh republican criticism for the withdrawal and the chaos congressman. Michael mccall. This was an unmitigated disaster of epic proportions blinken defended that withdrawal saying the biden administration had inherited the deadline which came with no plan. There's no evidence. The staying longer would have made the afghan security forces or the afghan government. Any more resilient today he goes before the senate foreign relations committee

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Blinken Defends Biden's Handling of Afghanistan Withdrawal

AP News Radio

00:49 sec | 4 months ago

Blinken Defends Biden's Handling of Afghanistan Withdrawal

"Secretary of state Anthony Blinken is defending the administration's handling of the Afghanistan withdrawal amid angry criticism from Republicans at a contentious house hearing from house foreign affairs ranking member Michael McCall this was an unmitigated disaster to Ohio Steve shabby this is a disgrace even top panel Democrat Gregory Meeks says the administration could have done better absolutely yes Lincoln knows the administration inherited Taliban peace deal from Donald Trump and says nobody predicted Afghan forces would fall so fast and amid criticism for leaving American citizens behind Blinken says the chaotic evacuation effort was successful the extraordinary effort under the most difficult conditions imaginable Sager mag ani Washington

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No. 17 Coastal Carolina Wins Third Staight Over Kansas 49-22

AP News Radio

00:29 sec | 4 months ago

No. 17 Coastal Carolina Wins Third Staight Over Kansas 49-22

"Seventeenth Ranko still Carolina is too and this season after Reece white ran for one hundred two yards and three touchdowns in a forty nine twenty two out of Kansas Chris McCall threw for two touchdowns and ran for a third in coastal Carolina's first home game against a power five school in his five seasons in the F. B. S. white had touchdown runs of two nineteen and three yards after reaching the end zone twice in the season opener against the Citadelle McCall began the scoring with a thirty three yard TD pass then had a two yard scoring run I'm Dave Ferrie

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Texas Congressman Michael McCaul Says Taliban Holding Americans Hostage

The World and Everything In It

01:28 min | 5 months ago

Texas Congressman Michael McCaul Says Taliban Holding Americans Hostage

"A ranking member of the house foreign affairs committee says the taliban is holding americans hostage during an interview on fox news. Sunday congressman. Michael mccall said. The taliban prevented six airplanes filled with american citizens and their afghan interpreters from leaving the country on saturday clearing their points to depart. The they've sat at the airport for the last couple days. these planes and they're not allowed to leave We know the reason why is because the taliban wants something in exchange. This is really turning into a hostage situation where they're not get allow american citizens to leave until they get full recognition from the united states of america. The chartered planes are at an airport. In the northern city of mazari sharif an afghan official confirmed four. Planes have been grounded but he claimed the passengers afghans not americans and that they did not have passports or visas to leave the country. The flights were headed for cutter but it was not immediately clear. Who chartered them. Meanwhile a small number of commercial flights have resumed at kabul's international airport. All are flying. Domestic routes telephone leaders continued to insist. They will be more tolerant than they were. During their last time in power on sunday the education department issued a statement saying women could continue to attend university but classes must be segregated by sex or at least divided by a curtain so men and women cannot see each other. Female students are also required to wear a robe and

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"mccall" Discussed on FunnelHacker Radio

FunnelHacker Radio

04:32 min | 5 months ago

"mccall" Discussed on FunnelHacker Radio

"Do that. I know how to do that. And i know how to get a result with that. But i've been doing my entire life you know regardless of the level of my zayed's or what was happening in my life. I always knew how to get a result and the other crazy thing is as i sat there watching. Russell provide people with his frameworks right. That was his superpower. And all of a sudden i realized that i had a superpower had never realized before and it was the framework site created. You know he was giving people a process that created a measurable and repeatable result. And i had those things too so that first night if one live i literally sleep back to my hotel room and i wrote like a twenty page business plan and i spilled on value ladder and i was just ready to go i. I registered the domain name like. I said that. First day. And i was like. I know that i know that i can do this. The other crazy thing you know between that funnel hacking live in this hacking live is. I've really realized like the options that are available for people that know they need to be publishing. No they need to get on video. And i've just realized how much they fall short of actually being able to control and connect with an audience. You know most of the time what people say to fix it is like do more of it. You know are light. Hey you know be yourself. Create a character. Like just keep going or you'll suck at first enough where you're supposed to do you know an and the really the thing that i've developed over last year is of taken all these check. Press that i built my entire life and i've created the way for entrepreneurs to solve two problems. The first one is people. Don't watch videos. And the second one is people watch videos. But they buy right to actually be in control of your audience's behavior and to actually be in control of the emotion that you're evoking for them from them is is a super important thing when you actually care about making an impact and making money right and having content that actually serves your business and not just rent videos that are on the internet. So your it's been. It's been a crazy journey. It's been a lot of like trying to find. The product market fit in the last year. About being like okay. What do i know that people actually need. What do i know that people don't need binge all of bucks within three days of being home. I it's it's been a really really cool thing that's awesome and you know i know you've come on and help some of us at click funnels you. You know sat down with us. Talked about things. And i can tell you some of the things you just shared with us really wheat in you know. Part of my job is working with affiliates. We saw an increase in our engagement in the facebook group. We started applying some of those simple things. And it's such a cool story. I've literally from the stage there to support a friend hearing a few things. Russell said buying domain building out of business plan and now really just being the queen of charisma hacking. And i i. There is one thing i wanna share for kind of. Have you talked about that impressed. Because i think when you're a busy entrepreneur or you got things going on like david. Russell are two of the hardest working busiest people i know. It is hard to get on their radar. But i remember. I remember the day like you got on the radar because they came into the office and there wasn't a bunch of people in here because it was kind of during all the you know the kobe last year. It was like mccall jones. As i recall. Jones like mccall jones. They were chatting about dave russell. Back and forth. Mike mccall jones and like they're talking about like we call it doesn't just like what the heck how. How does she capture their attention. Because that's all they're talking about right now like what did you do differently than most others like. There has been very few people who have done that. But you did it with both david russell. What like what advice would you give to anyone who's trying to get the attention of someone out there like. What did you do that work so well. You're amazing. I've never heard that story from that perspective. Thank you so much. So i'm going to be completely honest with with everything that we do with charisma hacking so i'm a very much like eat. My own dog food kind of person. You know the the really interesting is like. And i don't want this to be disheartening and i'll explain why but it was the very first video that i put inside of facebook group. It was my very first video with charisma hacking. That really got russell's attention. It was the kind of content. That i was. I was creating and it was. It was one of these things where You know like you said it was within four months of actually creating charisma hacking that that russel was like. Hey will you did a training for me. And i was like you know was like we've never met before and i was.

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"mccall" Discussed on FunnelHacker Radio

FunnelHacker Radio

05:18 min | 5 months ago

"mccall" Discussed on FunnelHacker Radio

"I'm your host miles. Clifford like i mentioned on the previous episode. Dave is focusing on a few other huge things that we're doing it. Click funnels in. So i have the opportunity to take over for a few episodes and hang out with all of you and hang out with a bunch of cool people. Bring him onto the podcast chat with them. They're gonna share all their knowledge and everything they know with me. So it's a win win for me at least Hopefully a win win for you. But today i'm joined by literally one of my most favorite people we've met through the phone hacking community. We've had multiple conversations. She's actually tried to like breakdown. My i don't know if you wanna call it psyche or my personality and i absolutely love it so i am joined by one of my good friends. Mccall jones mccall. How're you doing miles. I'm going to tell you it's such a tree. Expect dave you get you. It's it's just fantastic. You're seriously one of my favorite people. Ever and i broke down your charisma. That's when we talked about as much charisma psyche be. Is that like that. When i go to the psychiatrists psychiatrist think somebody needs a degree to do that. I think you need a doctor for that. But yeah personality charisma all those things i regret but yes you are the charisma hacker and actually i think. If i'm not mistaken you'll be onstage. Donal hacking lives talking about that here in next month right. I'm so excited it seriously. The golfing and i know we're going to talk a lot about this. But criminal hacking was literally created at twenty twenty like i registered the domain name. That first day at night twenty twenty. So it's really cool for full circle thing to be onstage in retaliation about it and to be sharing it with with all the final hackers this year. I'm so excited. It's such a cool store like literally from heke live like i think a couple years ago. Alison princeton. i was in that seat last year. I sign up for all these programs met. Russell did did exactly. Russell told me announced a year later. And that was. I think a story that resonate with so many people in literally that is like your store. Your stories cooler alison. Don't don't be mad at me but your story is is just to get out of here. Alison you said. You registered the domain at the event. So i kinda wanna have you tell the story of where you were at going into funnel hacking live last year. What really click for you at final hacking live last year. What got you on the stage this year at can live. I'd love to hear the story. And i think our audience would two. Yes okay so. I showed her final twenty twenty the farthest farthest thing from an internet marketer. Really that you could be. I grew up as a stinger and as an actress. I was what they call them. The entertainment industry. You know the talent. I started my professional singing career. Your at eight. I was being paid thousands of dollars a you know. Obviously there was very real money on the table and then Anytime i would mess up even a little bit on stage. My dad wouldn't speak to me for days at a time. Because i had embarrassed him in front of his friends. So from a very young age this was a very real high stakes environment. You know performing in front of tens of thousands of people several times a month and it created a lot of stress which really just lead to performance being hard right singing performing being hard. And i didn't like that because i love to do it and i had to find a way to make it easier so what i started to do is i would watch all of these incredible performance. That was on the program. With and i would start to observe what people clapped at and what people liked in the audience. What was working how they were controlling this audience. And then i still secrets and i'd be like oh yeah. I could write my very first checklist. I put them into. A checklist was like three things. Long i'd be like oh my gosh. They hold the microphone differently in the audience really liked that. They did this with their face or are they walked on this side of the stage and the audience really like that. And i started to build these checklists of basically ways that i could repeat their success and it took my anxiety away because the steps were so simple and it kinda demystify this whole process at first i created these checklists out of necessity. Like i said because you know. I would have panic attacks backstage and then i kept using them because they worked. You know these. Checklists got me into movies. I was in high school musical two. They these event planners to keep the they got these event planners to keep asking you back and they basically like gave me this career and then when i was twenty one. I was tasked to do this. Pilot this reality show and long story short. It basically chewed me up and spit out. You know they wanted me to change every single thing about my personality. They put me on diet pills which shut down. My kidney liver and i was sitting there one night. I was suicidal on my bathroom floor. Like i i was in such a dark place and i just remember to myself. I can't do this anymore. You know singing and performing and acting and all these things they were my identity you know and people would speak about me as the girl who was supposed to make it or like supposed to be famous. I would autograph my my text books when i was in seventh grade. Because i'm like yeah. This is the next big break you know. This is going to happen. And as i was sitting there you know like i sat on my bathroom floor. I realized this identity that i created was gone. And i was like i can't do this anymore. I have to give this up and at the exact same time The really scary thought to me was. I was choosing for the rest of my life in that moment. He has been to the person that people talked about. That just couldn't cut. That tried so hard and fail. And i was thinking to myself as a twenty one year. Old i've peaked peaked. I'll never do a cool thing again in my life like this is all. i know. this is all i've been meant to..

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"mccall" Discussed on CarCast

CarCast

04:01 min | 6 months ago

"mccall" Discussed on CarCast

"Only on indulging myself because Gordon loves the the and he loves the five ten loves rock but matt always around when you indulge yourself the thing about the thing. That's cool about this car is when we'll park it on the lawn at some point the peter now people are going to be mixed because they're gonna think it's a tribute car or a clunker something because they're not used to seeing b. r. e. and yellow yellow right but they made a privateer car mystery. Alright yeah and and will Will pop it up for you but you can. that's fantastic. Yeah it's such an and you know yellow not my favorite color for a car but when you start start mixing in the white and the black and then the red berry and you start all those especially the roof a Brookwood paint the number on the roof. And the datsun. And everything it just all starts coming together into a really cool piece like one of the cruelest five tens. Even though obviously the john morton red white and blue on is cool. This one's interesting. 'cause i don't think anyone has seen it. I think it's actually cool from that. Perspective and for two is You mentioned people asking whether it's attribute. Or whatever i mean. That's the question that has to be asked around any forty six car that anybody sees because it's gotta be knocked off more than a louis. Tom her yeah right right whereas the twenty six cards i who's replicated that car most people don't even know about it you know. It doesn't look bad sitting next to bob's six ten. That's right we've got next to the other five ten which was great because as we were putting this car together you need it sort of a roadmap on just some of the custom pieces under the hood that were made by the team and without having the two car side-by-side it's really tough to sort of replicate it but now to be able to replicated in literally like the dimensions of honor just some cool and hopper or something like that tank or something. Yeah really need to see you caring. And i'm not pandering here at but it is neat to see you carrying the torch of these cars history because Having been there in the day. And i think i may have mentioned this last time. We spoke but i was volunteer on the union. Seventy six gas station at laguna seca during the transam challenging. So i was right in the middle of it. All went car was being tacked horn after all. That and i was pumping gas in the cars. You know i was. I was there during that time. A huge influence on my life. Peter brock i think has been an influence on a lot of people's lives. He's so humble about it all Just the way he carries himself and his ideas or just you know some of them are really out there but man is he. Nailed a lot of a lot of designs is right on the money. I would even add that. Peop- brock has influenced a lot of people and a lot of car designers over the years without them knowing it how many designers even just love something like this sixty three split when no corvette and not knowing peop- rocks history behind designing that car. Not knowing that he was nineteen years old when he got a lot of credit for that as well but it was right there and just an amazing guy who's contributed a ton too you know are the things that we love. You know early. Nate as a national treasure ogden of i feel weird plug and something that needs snow plugging but We look forward as senior. Are you going to get out to the track at some point absolutely on saturday. I'll be out there actually in my z. Got a seventy one to forty eight. That i plan on on driving out there so okay. Oh well which seventy one zero is it. Are you driving to the tracker driving on the track..

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"mccall" Discussed on CarCast

CarCast

04:29 min | 6 months ago

"mccall" Discussed on CarCast

"World strongest bond. Well it's that time of year. Gordon mccall is on the blower good to see a gordon. I think you're muted. Probably m- you on mute gordon. Halsey director of motor sports It says director of motor sports director. Right that's right and a director director. Of course coming up our favorite event of the year the quail and motorsports gathering that'll be friday august thirteenth at the quail lodge in golf club in carmel valley. Although i don't know why we need to advertise. It sells out every year quickly. Yes it's sold out. Yes but it's still fun to talk about. Adam i i completely agree and and you know i gotta say as a as a guy who's a i'm a little bit of a purist in in terms of i liked the track i like hanging out to track and it's not even not even driving the car. I love looking at whatever one brought. I love those cars. And i'm not really the go. Walk down the the green and look at the duesenberg sky. I'm much more attract guy. But the quail his somehow figured out a way to for me. Make it the most exciting part of the weekend. It's the best car show ever more kind of simpatico when it comes to your thoughts on how you curate. That event year after year. I think we're relying completely adam to your point. We actually bring a little of the track over to us this year. We got the transam group driving over with california highway patrol escort to arrive at the show right in the middle of it. All we'll have twenty plus transam cars blow at any starch outta the collars of anybody. Yeah when those guys throw ravs with that openside exhaust. I i always. I always questioned those. How do you convince highway patrol. Chp to not stop at any lights or stop signs because every car behind them will overheat. Exactly it's really fun to because the The officers are into it. They're their car. Guys get all and instead of able to escort a group like that in a bunch of rhode illegal cars kind of best of all worlds. It's a lot of fun and we prefer the term previously legal on the border got. Hold over. I got pulled over on pacific coast highway. What's telling me this matt. Thanks i got pulled over a week ago on on pacific coast highway for going a little bit over the speed limit and that place is lousy with motorcycle cops but the good news is motorcycle. Cops are car guys. It sounds a little ironic. But think about the dude. I your ear cop your dude. You're the dude that dude from high school and played some football you know and he wanted to be a cop. If you wanna be a motorcycle cop you wanna ride a motorcycle. You wanna say and that makes you a wheel sky and this guy pulled me over and again he was just stash. You know between two cars on a on a blind curve. All this guy does is right tickets all day. He's not there. Warn anybody any and this guy just pulled up the car and he just. He looked at me and he went What have you bought lately some drugs. And he's like no. I got paul. Newman's nine eleven. Oh yeah that's sweet nine thirty five i saw it. I saw it online. Whatever i was like okay. I'm not getting a ticket like what's going on here by the way we these motorcycle Arbitral motor officers. There's actually a shortage of them. It's a pay increase when you take that position within the highway patrol. But it's a skill that you don't really pick up at twenty eight years old you know you've gotta you gotta have some writing under your belt. And so they've actually got a shortage of officers but when you talk to these guys and gals and ask them what they do for fun they go right rider. They ride their motorcycles and motorcycles. It's like kidding right. You're on a bike for eight hour shift and then you get on a bike and go riding. Say i've never f you'll see a lot of these guys over the weekend and they're just car dudes man..

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"mccall" Discussed on CarCast

CarCast

07:32 min | 6 months ago

"mccall" Discussed on CarCast

"So maximum pat knowing what we're looking for but give me a tough one explain. Describe it c- bring of anything. We'll exhaust looks like a. Yeah it it looks like a. I'm not seeing it. Looks like a paper towel tube inside of a larger tube with five gusset holding the middle in play. Yeah so we're going to be looking for just the tip. Just the opening of the exhaust. It's only going to be. Yeah yeah yeah. And he got the headers i like. I said i founded. It didn't didn't take wasn't didn't take that much to find it. It's it's out. there was kind of here. Go down to fifty nine and blow up car number fifty nine and zoom in on the exhaust. No that doesn't that looks different. Sorry i lied. go to go to the blue. The blue one to the right let seema. Not that one doesn't have either Let's see we'll find it for you. Let's see there's a there's an rs are the There's a green are. Are you find pictures of that. Green are sr from the rear. You shall now you shall see. It's that green. Are you find that car from the rear you shall. You shall see what the exhaust looks like on that car. Yeah that's it see. It's got the inner with the outer. Yeah not exactly a straight on shot. Yeah now you kind of know what. You're what you're looking for. Yeah and it's kind of hard to find because even when you start searching for things like there it is or showers are veterinary out there. you go. it's good luck right. Yeah there's a. I i have no idea. You know how the inner tube the outer to work it looks. It's a good. It's a good luck. It's it's a different kind of header. I i don't know if they're trying to make a little back pressure. Not sure what the plan was when we explain. Did you did. Is this what you thought. But i've just. I don't mean this to pick on you i mean as we're trying to explain it in my head. I can picture it. You could picture of course unlike. Is this making any sense this entire adult life by the way. Okay okay so having conversation the the the exhaust tip looks like the for you nerds the windshield frame for the millennium falcon. The sign of a tie fighter tie fighter. Yeah i knew is one of the nerdy planes. Can't you're right. It's it's very star. Wars the star wars right. It has like the the you know. What i'm talking to our tube and gossips that make star and it's cool looking. I don't know why just happens to be cool looking. And you know my car's kind of frankenstein car like it's not an r. Sr it's not this. It's not that but it kind of most mimics a seventy four are back on. That picture was the rear valance. Notched but i think it went all the way across in this particular. Oh i see yeah and it's a little different on the side. Yeah it's not actually comes down in the singer. Things are a little bit different. That's a little different but that does bring up the idea. Instead of sean filling in the center what if he just kept cutting to the edges. That's now he has to just finish it and paint the lip. That's a noble suggestion. Right shelby Making right because then you just white the edge. Yeah yeah i'm with you go go all the way across. We'll take that picture and send it to senate to shine max pat. That's that's all we gotta do. Now you've found the owner. No i haven't yet sean. Sean says that you can't just go straight out the back. It actually comes in and comes up a little bit. He's worked for another thirty hours of work he i i'm like feel like this. It just comes straight out of the back. Right off the header. And he's like now. It's a little too wide. You gotta bring it in a little bit so It it looks in this picture like it is brought in a little bit is from we got. So he's got a section off something and make a couple are in reference to the tail lights. He'll be able to see what's going on Yeah the outside of the pipes are right to the inside of the tail lights. Bring it back a little max pattern. Yeah and we'll see and if anything bar the declan that that's right tackle it the outer. Why is part of the exhaust. Should be even with the deck lid. According to and now. I'm not even driving our sock but no but look he needs some reference right point right either way. I'm into tires into wheels. And then what. I rarely talk about is exhaust. I do not like when the period correct exhaust is not on the car. And actually we've had a lot of the conversations because when we dug through photos it was one of the identifying marks of a lot of the newman cars. Is it the exhaust coming out of the front or back on the on the rocker panel. There's the dual exhaust on some of the cars on one side and the two side you're really talking about i think the clayton cunningham cars to the exhausted well yeah but the clayton cunningham cars. Some had the turbo blow off like right behind the front fender. Some had the v. Eight my are has exhausted. Goes all the way back right interesting enough. Milnes car has the one that goes all the way back. But it's a turbo so it can be a little confusing. Identify a lot of the cars especially if they look kind of the same by the exhaust for us. It was like is the exhaust coming. It was with oldsmobiles on a lot of them. Is it coming out of one. Side is coming out of both sides. They doubled it up on one side. They just moved. Because i'm sure it had to do with the amount of noise they were allowed to make. And how much muffler you put into the side. Almost like in the door panel of the passenger side. But you're right like on millon's card. The turbo acts is a bit of a muffler. so why wouldn't it be exit right behind the wheel less. He's running the turbo anna muffler to get. I don't know it's kind of interesting End of that car at some point. See what he's in their gordon mccall's on the blower let me I just hit j. b. weld. Diy ours and pros of trusted j. b. weld for fifty years plus for projects big and small home and garage used the world's strongest bond. I they game in another bounty of product. Put it out in the front desk. It's been pilfered. All the latkes running around here. I didn't know they were a diy crowd. They're not but but they're being forced into it..

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"mccall" Discussed on CarCast

CarCast

07:17 min | 6 months ago

"mccall" Discussed on CarCast

"Get it on got to get it on choice but to get on mandate get it on and welcome car cast of crawl. That's the motivator matt the motivator andrea over there. Good see my friend good. I can't really think you're mike. isn't potted up or something. Yeah hair all right. Thanks so Let's see we got Gordon mccall chiming in today yeah. We'll talk to him about the quail and jet partying jet hangar party. What else is his jet center. Parties or the mccall events. Also do a motorcycle event and other things over the course of the year but i think just during monterey car week is the the jet center party and the quail And so we'll talk to that we because we're heading into monterey. We took a year off. And we're all jonesen pretty hard this year Saw sean and jose shop. They're were working on the nine eleven. I saw that. Because every time we popped in there you and i you're like you always just say yeah. The exhaust should be outboard. And then i go. Oh you mentioned it three times. You're going to make that happen before monterey. Now it's bothering. Yeah it was bothering you. And and then yes. It looks like a modern day. Did nine eleven the way did you come in over the weekend and start taking a now. What ha what happened was. I don't do a lot of wrenching these days. But i had to drop italians off over the weekend at a volleyball practice. Whatever the fuck it is. And it's like not not up the street but in the general vicinity of the shop sort about halfway between my house and the shop. And then i dropped her off and had about ninety minutes to kill but twenty five of it was going to be driving back and forth so i i had about an hour. I figured ahead about an hour at the shop. I rolled in. Now i called sean. I said And he's got the shop. And i was like good role and then i rolled in there and i was like i gotta take this exhaust off. Yeah so i I have pretty good eyeballs. I'm like i can look at a nut go. I need a ten millimeter ratchet. you know. Where'd you find tools. I just walked in. And i said sean. I disorder eyeball. That does like. I need a ten millimeter socket. I need a quarter inch. Dr king small. I need i. I need a small allen and I need some like needle nose or something to pop. The springs often held the exhaust on. And then i was like fuck it. And so i just did the whole system and then got under there but of course. The ship was wedged on pretty pretty hard. Yeah then it's like. I need one of those dead blow dead single jerk. Whatever many sledge hammers to go at it you know. So then i got under it and i started beating on the right side of the the passenger side exhaust and in it popped off. Okay then i one or the other side and start beating on the other side in. Wasn't going anywhere and it's still not going anywhere. Because i then i came back i was on the clock as a guy. I get out of here now then. I came back on monday. As give me that. Hammer banging on it again. I banged on it hard. It's going nowhere. So told sean. Get the torch yet so We got heated up or something. I mean my i. My first thought was well shoots penetrating something right in there and see if i can loosen up some penetrating something. But the way it's angled is nothing's really gonna penetrates it's going to kind kinda roll off the seam down. Look at you know. i couldn't really you know. i am sure. It's kind of fused on. It's not a hidden bolt or something. I based it on the other side. The other side had like three good springs on it. And i popped them all and then i beat on it and it popped off. Oh you're talking about like a like a slip collector. You know it's like yeah. It's like kinda wedged on with three springs going anywhere but we you know it's probably been a while and there's some heat cycling little corrosion and one side. It's just it's how all this shit works. One side probably running leaner something than the other side whatever maybe gets a little moisture in it. And that's it once you get you know because it start putting a little corrosion or rust or for whatever reason one side couple good wax with the dead blow hammer and the thing popped off and the other one ain't going nowhere. Yeah and i. I don't want to keep beating on it. Because i'm scared i'm gonna bust off one of the of the header studs. That's like going into the hat right. You know what i mean like. I don't wanna put that much pressure on that header because Scared there maybe some issues where the head or goes onto the head of the car. Yeah not too far away aluminum. That's been heat cycle the million times. I don't wanna ranch on it that harder beat on it that hard but i beat on it. It's not going anywhere. So then i thought well let's I thought i was thinking about putting some penetrating spray in there. But i realize it's really not gonna do anything and then i was driving around and And i thought i got a heated up. Yeah so then when i. I called sean. It's like the one side stuck. He's like we'll get the torch. Yeah sounds like oh yeah he. He was ahead of me. He he knows how to do this. Yeah yeah yeah so. He's working on that now. That's where you came in this morning and said let's let's make a fire. Yeah and i've been researching the exhaust the little bed and it's never it's not gonna be perfect it just it just right now. It's coming out of the back of the middle of the bumper together and it kind of looks like a modern day nine eleven. I think that's how it's what a modern do the new cars. The new center exhaust. I think maybe the nine eleven yeah. I don't know which trimmed the turbos i feel like. They're all just together in the middle now. I think on the newest nine eleven. Not yeah not hasn't been that way for five years. I don't think so no. I like a couple of years either way. It looks a little modern. It's definitely not period. Correct for any seventy four sars. I've ever seen an interesting. Because there's like a little notch in the rear valance..

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"mccall" Discussed on The Story Song Podcast

The Story Song Podcast

04:29 min | 7 months ago

"mccall" Discussed on The Story Song Podcast

"We're back it's time for lessons. Learned what lesson that we learned from this song Star with rachel. Rachel lessons learned on this song. I mean one word ez pass when you get to the jersey shore. You don't have to worry about having exact change and your whole convoy can just go right through and now. It's so much easier to have a convoy. They don't even have. You don't have to stop. There's not even a total of. It's just it's it's getting you but if you have if you don't have an easy pass a you're going to have to wait at that line and then the cops are going to have to wait while you wait and it's gets really awkward can get your next part of your of your high speed chase nichols to keep going to nichols you. Michael said did it. You can't even do this anymore though because if you go through there without the easy they're just gonna take a picture of your license plate in charge anyway so it doesn't matter. Yeah so so. You can't even protest that anymore so you might as well just give up and get an easy path. A give up and become a waiter. Maybe make bread. I dunno sure back to your roots. I will just say. I have learned from both this song and from my life. In general you know jesus freaks always up for a good time and i'm going to say that no matter what's going on. They're just always going to enjoy themselves. So they see convoy jump on in. Are they truckers. Are they in any way involved. Nope but they oh they make their own fun there. And that's what i like about this. Great yeah yeah. What's going on. They're going to have a rear behind a refer short and just have fun. That's what they just heard. Someone say the word refund the got over there. I don't know what's going on. But i want to be involved with whatever this is. We got a convoy. My golf lesson you learn. I learned that space truckers is a real movie an actual lesson. I learned that it's a movie that exists in. I feel like. I need to see it all right. Nineteen ninety-six rated. Pg thirteen runs an our thirty five. I mean sounds like a pretty nice saturday. This this is probably more off. Mike stuff but Convoys available on amazon prime maybe we should watch it. Gosh this feels like something. We could report back on so stay tuned for that audience. We'll see we'll see if we can make that work but is have you seen the poster for this. Oh yeah this is. This is but i'm looking at christofferson is at his sexiest. So christopher seventies forget it this is pre star is born so this is good stuff that we're gonna do a double feature feature convoy into stars confidence space truckers. Oh no. That's that michael convoy on a star is born is for our christoffersen film festival know christopher fest crystal best anyway thank.

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"mccall" Discussed on The Story Song Podcast

The Story Song Podcast

05:31 min | 7 months ago

"mccall" Discussed on The Story Song Podcast

"Is is. Is the songwriter of this song. So here's here's how it happened. So he was born nineteen november nineteen fifteen born november fifteenth nineteen twenty eight in audubon iowa and at one point. He started work as a creative director at bozell and jacobs where he came up with an idea for an advertising campaign. For messes bake mets mets baking companies. Old home bread try the character he came up with was a trucker named c. W mccall and he basically. It shows him going to arrest. Stop called Old old home filler up and keep on a truck and cafe and he meets a waitress named mavis. And it's a whole story and it want cleo which is if you don't know an emmy for advertising It was a huge hit. Such a big hit that it became this man's alter ego and he made an entire recording career around it. The you have to watch the commercials especially that one commercial commercial it is It is upsettingly leans towards sexual between him and mavis. There's just a lot of sexual tension between them and it made me uncomfortable for a for a commercial for bread. I don't know what's going on but bread the sexiest carb. I don't know what's going on. But i feel like bread is the last thing on their minds. But let's just wrap our heads around this for a minute this carrot. This person doesn't exist this song and the song no the character and this song are derived from a bread commercial. Yes from a bread commercial. This'll be like if like the geico gecko at least like released like a protest song right. Why is this hazardous. It's really strange. It's really strange. Yeah like if those those got milk commercials in like the ninety s and early two thousands then spawned a whole genre of songs with their own. His lake rectors. But the and this is what i was talking about about like talking about how weird this is because these things don't seem connected though. Like why is he s. He w mccall. Is that song about bread. They understand he's a. He's a trucker right. So that part. I get but it still seems like.

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"mccall" Discussed on The Story Song Podcast

The Story Song Podcast

05:21 min | 7 months ago

"mccall" Discussed on The Story Song Podcast

"It's pretty similar. I mean it is well. Here's why mass. Yeah so this is a novelty song about truckers. Were they do a trigger. Go and they make jokes about pig smelling. This film is directed by sam peckinpah. Movie you don't know who that is made movies like the wild bunch straw dogs and bring me the head of it. Okay sia for. John say the most violent movies ever been made godfroy. Yeah i did not know this as i said beg above it. I have to admit this one by radar. I was not aware that he filmed the movie. Version directed the verge of conflict. So that is floor credible. So i'm credible. I will say i will say this. I can give you a little bit on a on. Imdb right so here is the imdb. A truckers form a mile long convoy in support of truckers vendetta with an abusive sheriff based on the country song of same title by. Cw mccall that is synopsis info on mtv. There's a picture of ernest borgnine. Sheriff's uniform firing a massive machine gun. So what i'm trying to say is i while you're doing this. I'll be googling to figure out what streaming service this is all. i mean. we're watching it now. I will be watching. Here's the thing a couple of things. The film first of all had mixed reviews surprise. But it was the highest grossing picture of sam peckinpah career. Isn't that insane. And if you want to know the plot to the movie you don't even have to watch the movie. Because cw mccall wrote a new version of the song for the film and tells the plot of the film. Oh my god knows like mc hammer did for family values. That's right that's right. Nice he hammer used to say that was his inspiration. Just wanted to tell what the added family. They do what they wanna do. They say what they wanna say right. And i don't wanna give any spoilers live. But i will say.

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"mccall" Discussed on The Story Song Podcast

The Story Song Podcast

05:18 min | 7 months ago

"mccall" Discussed on The Story Song Podcast

"Hey everybody welcome back time for story behind the story. How did this story come to be But before we do that we once again thankfully this is now a recurring segments. Really great once and then never again. It would be depressing sad. So there's this. I go where we read a five star review on apple podcasts. Or one or the other places you can leave a review for podcasts and this one is five stars and it is by p l l p j h told the poll butcher boom boom boom. Let's go with that And the headline is half to listen. Dot hilarious to counter to estimate points five stars. This is the funniest podcast i have ever listened to. I don't believe that. But i appreciate the compliment anyway. The way that they break down a song or go off on a tangent has that has nothing to do with the song is hysterical and others may call it annoying. But i appreciate what you're saying. You're i feel like they're my friends. While we are and then star face emoji crying laughing face emoji so this is our first emoji. Sure g. review very exciting very exciting. So thank you very much paul. Buju pool proven We really appreciate it. I'm glad you're enjoying the show. Thank you And we hope you enjoy this episode because if you like us going off on tangents this was the episode for you again if you would like to have your Review reading on the show civility five star review on apple. Podcasts or anywhere you get your podcast and we will read it on the show. Okay rachel yes boy. Okay i mean i. I don't know what we were thinking. We committed to this. You know in for a penny for pound so when you agree to do this whole segment in trucker talk. That's right okay here. We go breaker breaker one. Nine pearl comback. Was the story. Four wi fi. Already i forget. I forget it. I've already quit. No i'm just kidding. Rachel tells the story of the stories on okay. Well convoy was written. By william bill fries and chippiness. And by cw mccall and released a november nine thousand nine hundred seventy five which that timing is very interesting..

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"mccall" Discussed on The Story Song Podcast

The Story Song Podcast

05:05 min | 7 months ago

"mccall" Discussed on The Story Song Podcast

"You keep saying the same things over and over and who are your breath seeking so so the bears gave the cops. Have a broke on the cloverleaf. Yeah them smokies smoking the bed. It other forgot them smokies thick as bugs on a bumper. They even had a bear in the air. Now here's the part that every time. I'm like what what is happening. Oh can i guess well. No no i understand. They have a roadblock okay. They have a bear in the air so they have captured helicopters. That's the part that i got here on all trucks this. Here's the duck. We're about to go hunt and bear so now. Think about what. He's saghir means what we think it what you think it means. I'm just saying. It sounds weird. If if if if i said hey guys one hundred cops. You'd be like got sorry. What did you just say so. I understand that he's talking. Metaphorically here right is not actually looking to kill anyone but even just like hey guys so everyone is snows. We're targeting these police officers like we're not going to bypass them. We're going to hunt and bear this. We're go straight through so we heard it's so weird and again not even like i get it in the song but you'd have all of america be like get like that's that was the response to this and i wonder how many people really understood what was going on even back then. If you think about it also. I think about movies like mike. Smokey and the bandit or even blues brother's people love when people crash through roadblocks would say on just got over vacation. They love bashing through roadblocks. And there were. There was a weird moment in the seventies where people loved characters getting one over on the cops. Because that's what. I was in blues brothers two. Yeah the cops are chasing them and john and catch them they get away and everyone like yeah right. It's the band. It's the same thing like the cops are. The bad guys is so weird. It's just just an odd moment in america. That's the only point that i have clyde. George right i mean yeah that's earlier but yeah that's not. That's that's part of it definitely. Well there's there's a shandra of.

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"mccall" Discussed on UnBoxing “God”

UnBoxing “God”

03:14 min | 1 year ago

"mccall" Discussed on UnBoxing “God”

"Hello, I'm mikaal. I'm Cassidy. We're both in twelve-step program that ask us to give our lives and wills over to the care of God as we understand him God as we understand him. Yeah, we don't wage understand him. I mean our understanding is served to shove all higher Powers into a constructed box, or maybe it actually box us and living life leaves scars. Some of us are left wounded by the alcoholism of our loved ones which can leave us feeling unsafe around those people who should be our closest friends companions even protectors. Some of us feel injured by religious upbringings organized religion has left many of us feeling emotionally, even spiritually traumatized and some of us feel both. We've been hurt by the drinking of a friend birth. Friend spouse or child? We've tried God tried Church tried faith and none of it made much sense. So how do we find recovery through the twelve steps when we stumble across starting line. God is so often handed to us and a pre-packaged gift that must be accepted as presented. No questions asked no doubts entertained known coloring outside of the lines, but what if we open that box them together instead of debating who God is let's explore who God could be bought through theology history philosophy science myths psychology New Age mystical woo stuff social justice gender Theory sex drugs and rock and roll along with our own personal experiences. And those of a bevy of guests friends and celebrities to discover spiritual realities that are true. Many of us in this podcast we explore ways that people relate to the Divine when it doesn't feel invited. How do we sense God? What do we call God you praise God. What do we worship God do we even need God. Have you ever seen God on psychedelics found God through meditation. Let's drop our preconceived notions of God and explore out-of-the-box concepts of a higher power in order to more deeply connect with the Divine with others and with ourselves. Let's try and discover so many Universal truths perennial wisdom and how we might apply them to live healthier happier or at least more content and better lives. So join me off McCall and me Cassidy as we attempt to unbox a new topic every week, you know, maybe if we stopped boxing God we could find a home. New Journey of spiritual growth and healing that awaits us after all my favorite twelve words from the Al-Anon suggested closing our if you try to keep an open mind, you will find helpful and really isn't that what we're all looking for..

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"mccall" Discussed on The Carlat Psychiatry Podcast

The Carlat Psychiatry Podcast

04:19 min | 1 year ago

"mccall" Discussed on The Carlat Psychiatry Podcast

"For the same reason. Researchers have to name their primary outcome if the primary outcome was negative but the secondary one was positive. It's thought to be a random finding but there is a way around this. Researchers can run a bond fury correction to adjust for the fact that they have more than one measure going on to go back to the pool analogy. This would be like saying okay. I'll let you name to pockets that you plan to sink the eight ball in but to balance that advantage you'll need to win by more than two balls. That's the correction. Dr McCall's team was honest about this problem and ran the bond fury correction. And here's what they found. The results were no longer significant. After running it I understand that the results are not technically positive but I still saw a lot of good info in this paper. I mean the gist of it suggests that trading insomnia is going to reduce suicide for example Zo pedums. Anti suicide effects are more pronounced in the patients with severe insomnia and they found that suicide -ality tended to improve asleep improved even though they couldn't pin that affect entirely on. Zoll pet him. So what do we do with all of these findings? What I do is treat those kinds of findings. The secondary outcomes the same way. I look at openly or uncontrolled results. It's not definitive proof. But it's a real possibility and unless we have a study with better design which in this case we don't. It's the best we got. Dr McCall concluded that the results were not strong enough to support the routine use of sleep meds in depressed patients with suicidality but that it may be beneficial in those with severe insomnia also learned something else along the way that can inform practice. At the end of the two-month study they abruptly stopped the slate medication and continue the S. Sri and here's what happened. The remarkable thing is that for the most part. The advantages had been made continues both for insomnia and for the suicidality. So here's here's what I think it means clinically when we think about some of the hesitancy that we have a prescribing scheduled for control substances for sleep. One of the hesitancy says well when you go down this road. There's no going back that you start a benzodiazepine receptor agonists and once you make that commitment than you are committed. And it's hard to stop the drug. That was not our experience. Our experience was when we started the sleeping pill simultaneous with the assets or I at the end of the eight weeks we could hold off the sleeping pill leave the SS Ryan Place and the patients flew straight so to speak. They did not derail and this is consistent with a study that was done. With as optic clone where patients same kind of patients except they weren't suicidal so depressed patients with insomnia everybody gets SSI SARAI HALF RANDOMIZED PLACEBO. Hafer randomized to his optical in at bedtime for sleep and at the end of eight weeks you can stop the cloud and people just do just fine so I think the message here is our times that maybe when you prescribe sleeping pills by themselves to people depressed. It might seem difficult to stop it when she started but in the setting of treating depression Where he had this other treatment going on got maybe an SS arrive appropriate. Or whatever it is it might be possible just to jump in with a sleeping pill and then jump back out after about eight weeks. I'm not sure that we are committed to stay in for the long term with sleeping pill I take it that you're not going to conclude that continued Zoll. Padam use is going to reduce suicidality. We just don't know what the future we just. We just don't know beyond two months and frankly the fact that the patients made a clean transition into carries usual and seem to maintain the advantage that was gained during the randomized period. Makes me think that as a matter of course we should always try to stop the hypnotic in a matter.

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"mccall" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU

90.3 KAZU

03:36 min | 2 years ago

"mccall" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU

"The French president to menu McCall has described as the fight of the century the search for a way of life that allows humans to tackle climate change and preserve the environment he's been visiting France's biggest biggest Iglesia or mobile which is swiftly receding and thinning Anicius ski resorts having to cut this season short even close down because there's been a distinct lack of snow visitors a hiking instead of skiing the problem could get worse as it looks like a lack of snow is G. to climate change well joining us now to discuss this is Jakle yerin as even a freelance journalist in Finland who specializes in writing about skiing but has moved on to climate change will come to your co I just wanted to know how bad is this problem specifically with Mont Blanc well specifically Mont Blanc I haven't really focused solely on on on that area why the picture then how bad is it what it is I mean it's we're definitely starting already to see the FX for example here in in Helsinki where I live the local ski result was just able to open their slopes a week or two ago I think this is our area unusual usually the the scan results hearing sub in Finland and stop in Scandinavia I've been able to to open up their slopes around no ma'am the latest December and how has that will that impact the ski results you're talking about in in F. and well I think I think economically you know if if they if if the if the if the windows are going to continue to be to be this warm I think that the results hearing some of this Scandinavia will definitely yeah they will have economic problems and out so we don't yeah is looking at sorry to interrupt you it's looking more and more like the days of skiing seem to be numbered not only defended but perhaps across Europe as well well I mean you can't maybe put it that says you can't simplified bat I think that you know the days could be numbered for the ski resorts here in this small results here in southern Scandinavia and then when you when you can look at the Alps it's it's not the location XP altitude so there are days could be you know they could be numbered pretty soon so the results that I see two eight below for example one thousand five hundred meters okay so will they be like backup plans that you know dry slopes for example all waste to a perhaps the manipulated so that that you keep the ski industry in business yes I mean I think you know the the ski resell the industry has has has has adapted already since the nineteen eighties we we come constantly you know improving their snow snow making equipment systems and and in the recent yes they they really invested a lot of money in those okay thank you Emma says Jago Yemen's evil a freelance journalist in Finland talking to us about the fight of the century for ski slopes.

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"mccall" Discussed on WBSM 1420

WBSM 1420

02:50 min | 2 years ago

"mccall" Discussed on WBSM 1420

"Doctor respected McCall have been listening to this debate about stop and frisk and how it's a racial profiling so on and so forth but I've never when we put it this way I would ask myself the question why are black people being stopped at such a high rate like this so I went online did a couple of minutes to research long story short I found that with only sixty percent of the population black people the black criminals a black American criminals are committing thirty seven percent of the crimes while their white counterparts criminal Americans being I think was sixty one percent well even if those facts are true they're probably FBI statistics that you're quoting correct well my here's my point yes yes or no but we gotta go you getting your data you probably getting out of the FBI database even if what you're saying is true you know people are afraid to say it today I know and that's my point is that I mean can you imagine somebody bring that up one of the to say they'd be instantly label but here's my main point why is nobody yes that the young black man or you could black criminal case stop doing crime in maybe the police won't harass you so much I mean I want to ask you something I I don't know what your races are you ethnically different than a white person I don't know I don't even have to ask the question yes no that's why you have a black brother back man born and raised in America been here all my life all rights but you're here realist you actually look at what's going on you know looking at what you'd like to see if you look at what you do see where what I don't get out of there I was the one member at apple so when they were dumping water on the back back east yes yes or the one in that in some of those young black perpetrators they seem like they were twelve thirteen fourteen that said it myself where are these guys father's the bottom right he would've smacked the cat in the hat if you did that if it was your kid you never want to your to grab them by the hand of taking a moment let him know what's what I understand that but they what egged on by Bernie Sanders they will act on by the entire democratic establishment which for well over several years since Obama has been screaming about racism racism racism and basically saying go get Whitey the staff fit the the puzzle a little bit accuracy that's part of the world so I guess the solution is I guess black people don't have to wake up and say what we need to get back to our moral center and where are the farms going to come from it used to be a strong father announced that kept the kid from going astray whether the kid was white or black when he was Christian Jewish Asian or Hispanic it didn't matter it took a tough father who saw what was going on the publication and say cut it out I'm not going to put up with this it's wrong but the fathers are gone and I don't have any answer for that back in a minute join those.

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"mccall" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

08:22 min | 2 years ago

"mccall" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"The McCall in me I mean it it it's just been set record after record because of the hatchery manner and guys like Mike and everybody get together and make it work and here we go we'll keep you posted on that now let's talk dandy Giuliano of fish Emeryville and find out what's going on I'm Andy what's what is happening. good morning Bob you know just before we leave that you know those guys of that hatchery are there really out at the forefront of in coming up with creative ways. and methodology to releasing those fish we see the numbers of those fish that we get back compared to some of the other programs and other hatcheries is just exponentially but in all those guys have done a great job we we didn't used to think this but a lot of that falls on the hatchery manager and I will tell you one thing you sit there and look at them a call me and what they've done I mean he just doesn't have an open hand he's got a certain things he needs permission to do you know whether it be from of the the national marine fisheries service I mean they're saying what don't release too many Sam I mean really makes his job difficult and also with the other have trees that were as well but you know there are always of the Gallup at Coleman she is but she buster tail trying to figure out ways to you know balance the trucking in the imprinting and all that and then the feather river hatchery the the the the one Hatcher just doesn't seem like anything ever happens is the American river at. whole home. in in the returns I think your evidence and yeah. so anyway but but so you'd so this week was a missile in the first the first of its kind so the White Sea bass every day and the fish scores home since we. and and then of course the rock fishing was exceptional but the White Sea bass fishing is a weed on the boats every day going back to Sunday the RG on the Sundance he had nine and and then all we can accounts any of the boat to fish in the bay the guys got White Sea bass on and then the halibut and striped bass just you know like we we we have reiterated week after week but the bass fishing is really outstanding right now so the stripers came back big time home. yes and better fish in the South Bay is a real nice fish you on that a and we're calling eight to twelve pound fish there's been there's been a couple schools of small fish that have been feeding on the grass shrimp in the center part of the brain mission rock Alcatraz even there was a shot of fish at the rock pile and check rock things like that yeah but. but yeah it just it just keeps marching on on the the basis of a phenomenal well fishery this year yeah you know. that year olds stripers come up. in the delta system in the middle of summer nursing there's different group of runs a fashion Anderson runs a some pretty big stripers nominal do quite a few in a twenty pound class or caught every year Alan us certainly in the teens and then they kind of disappear and then but we we have the pleasure of you know a lot of fish and maybe the four to seven eight pound range coming at last Cup last week or so we can have it's been nothing but small fish you gotta go catch thirty up and they get three or four keepers and they're not that big a not even they've disappeared so I I guess we're gonna have to blame you. no matter here deeds they're really restores full and they find the food in they seem to get on and they even they move somewhere you know they seem to be really adaptive to different conditions now you see we've seen them down in the South Bay right now and in in the center and the name Pago disappear you know they move around to the find the food different places where a small set of tires right now so they'll shift around and maybe only bite at the top of the water maximum current different things like that now. but yeah but whatever but the environment down here is really is really conducive to the to some really good fishing right now we still have lied be then that should continue on here for I Lisa think they're gonna try to hang in for the month of October and the guys on the rock fishing trips are taking that too and so that Sistema producing more fish for those guys so it was a nice week yeah what it what's the latest with the salmon. Salem resident Sunday was the last day was a very good finisher rod and then it's really been more and house official rod. six eight ten fish they're nice fish but but not not big numbers of fish and so rudely remains to be seen whether or not we get another shot of theirs and I we got a couple books out today with salmon fishing so we'll see what happens but but it's been it's been single digit kind of scores most of the week well you know a lot of people myself included kinda look forward because it's such a mystery fish to the late fall run salmon which is a distinct run different than the fall room salmon they tend to average a little bit bigger they're always the brightest fish course the water so much cooler when they come up now that doesn't hurt anything and if I recall when we try to keep track of them which is sometimes impossible but there's a little flurry of some bigger fish out in the ocean in like late October early November before these fish the end of the river and and and we'll just have to look for them. yeah we would see you know in the air whatever I would say just a normal October we would see some of those makes of those bigger fish and you can see me even in the ocean they'll start to get their spawning features were the the colors will change the belly will go to kind of a gun metal grey in the mouth starts to hook meticulous in the mails and then it's not unusual to see some of next year's fish to you in the mix where you'd have like that eight to twelve pound class fish yeah your next year's fish that does come in just because there's food and feed inside but. Clinton so we see maybe we need a little and then looks like we're gonna get any rain but maybe a little rain would help to yell. we'll see we never know if we're going to get any rain he won their predict rain we don't know if we're going to get there. I guess a snow though well you know yeah he sure death so I was up in the air was cold open the moms Limitada it's cold I was up on the side of a mountain zero and then it was probably eleven or twelve degrees oh my goodness I know I was a little shock. retired Bobby and you can you can for. I need to torture myself once in awhile just to make sure I'm alive Hey listen what about the hell of it in the bay what we're talking about strikers what about the Alamo yes still real good we had on our day had Fisher halibut arrived so yesterday he had he had twelve bass six out of bed to White Sea bass and a leopard shark. so they're still you know still good fishing and you're still getting a lot of shaker how but the bane trips or we're going to we're we're gonna keep those on the under listed as pot luck but we're going to keep running nose for that's great I'm glad to see the live big guys are going to keep going to the month to. yeah that's good news for everybody yeah okay handy Hey thank you for the update already well thanks for checking in have a good week are you too bye. any Giuliana officium revealed the book a trip for any of those stuff we're talking about area code five Tehran six five two three four zero three and then you know I got regular party boats in six six bopper Packard rumor talk about RJ those who were talking about he runs a six pack wrote there is a good fisherman for.

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