35 Burst results for "Mcgrath"
Tina Tchen, CEO of Times Up: Building Better Workplaces
"I WanNa talk about your advocacy work both as The work that you did especially with education girls or the first lady, but also in regards to what you're doing now at times up. We've heard this phrase. Come up when you when you think about what you were doing with them Mrs. Obama, which is the importance of measurable impact. What does that mean? I learned that from her by the way because she was very clear with us that we were going to design initiative for her to spend her time on that. You know it had to have measurable outcomes. She was not one for just a feel. Good campaign writer just appear campaign and had to be something that people on the ground could actually see the results and yet I also knew that. That when you're dealing with somebody like the first lady when you're dealing somebody with with folks like people who have been committed to times, You also need to do things that operate at scale because affecting just twenty or thirty people at a time wasn't going to be good enough and that's hard to do. It's hard to develop things that will operate at scale and yet have tangible measurable. Impact and that's sort of what we tried to do. Then with each of the initiatives that will be different. With let's move and joining forces for veterans and military families retire for kids to college, and then she reference, let girls learn which last one to support ellison education around the world, and then what I'm doing at times up right, which is also to be building better replaces that will finally end sexual harassment and supports interesting victims, not just one or two at a time, but it scale, and it workplaces across the country, and that's what I've been trying to do but it takes. You know takes really some careful thinking about. How do you craft not just a PR campaign on around issue, but actual strategic changes that will have lasting impact. How do you think your leadership style has changed from the White House Two Times up. A lot of what? I learned at the White House. I'm actually applying at times up in ways that I had no idea that I was going to. I had no expectation I'd never run them out for profitable for lots of that proper poor. I've been donors of that for profits on one fulltime before. This is new, but I'm finding. There's a lot a trick that is transferable from the White House to this. Like I said I mean I didn't realize, but I do think of my time leadership race of our founders, people like O'Brien John Under vibes and Katie McGrath and others through multiple industries, not just entertainment who have put their brands behind times up to power times up there like Mrs Obama there my principals, they are these folks who have tremendous voices megaphones, and they are willing to commit them two times up to whom I owed. The obligation asked the CEO, now of building strategies and messages campaigns that are. Are Worthy of their platforms and the trust that they have put in need to do that and be smart about it, and then I owe it to the millions of workers out there who are working for design strategies that will actually work for them. That aren't just a twitter campaign that are things that will bring paid sick. Leave to up right to speak of the issue that we're currently working on so vigorously in the middle of the Kobe nineteen precious you know our goal, there isn't just A. Headline around you know paid sick leave, but we need to actually have paid sick. Leave provided not just during the crisis, but on a permanent basis for worst. Tens of millions of workers across the country I mean here's the thing you know. As we emerge from the crisis, we're going to have to deal with these issues and make sure these issues are baffert just nice to do things when times are good now these are essential workplace bay basic functions that need to be incorporated in how we build our workplaces. Even as we're rebuilding after this crisis, because for example, if every company had had paid sick leave when we went into the crisis, we wouldn't be scrambling right now. Right they would have had those costs already baked into their business plans? Workers would already know they had paid sick leave and it'd be able to take it right when they got sick. Eight is a really stark example about why these issues around building better workplaces for employees or not just nice to do things they are essential to build resilient workforce's and workplaces for the future.
Blue Jays barred from playing games in Toronto
"Jays have been denied approval by the Canadian federal government to play games in the city of Toronto. The athletic Toronto's Caitlin McGrath tweeting. The likeliest scenario is they play home games in Buffalo, The Dunedin, Florida option. Which is where the Jays training facility is located, seems to have fallen out of favor recently, given the covert 19 situation in the state of Florida, the J's home opener Wednesday, July 29th against the Washington
John Hickenlooper wins Colorado Democratic primary, will face Sen. Cory Gardner
"Voting on Tuesday, a familiar name in Colorado politics researching his former governor, John Hickenlooper wins the state's Democratic primary for U. S. Senate. Hickenlooper faces sitting Republican Senator Cory Gardner in November. Oklahoma's James Inhofe has been a fixture in the Senate since 1994. He won his Republican primary Tuesday is Democratic opponent will be attorney Abby Broyles, and after a week of waiting, we finally know who is going to challenge Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell for his Kentucky Senate seat. Former Marine pilot Amy McGrath is fended off a challenge from progressive Charles Booker to get the Democratic nomination. Chill.
McGrath wins primary to set up showdown with McConnell
"Democrats in Kentucky or finding out who'll be challenging Republican Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell in November in a narrow victory former marine pilot Amy McGrath fended off progressive Charles Booker to win Kentucky's democratic U. S. Senate primary setting her up for a big spending showdown to take on Mitch McConnell in November the grass was considered the establishment candidate and the outcome seemed a certainty but Booker's profile surged as the black state lawmaker highlighted protests against the deaths of African Americans in encounters with police voting ended June twenty third but with tight margins and a dilution of mail in ballots it took a week until the grass could be declared the winner senator Mitch McConnell accuses McGrath of being too liberal for Kentucky meanwhile McGrath accuses the GOP Senate of lacking the guts to put a check on quote out of control presidential power I'm Jennifer king
"mcgrath" Discussed on KTRH
"I just got confirmation back there are good buddy Scott McGrath McGrath pest control I invited him to be a guest next Saturday or Sunday will figure out which day because I really want him to talk about how the company like his handles lawn care issue from me bugs in the lawn during the summer time think about Saad web worms change bugs there's a lot of people that don't want to get out there and spray the lawn themselves then you hire a professional company to do that now we've always brag about McGrath pest control just because well their darn good at what they do they don't tie you to a year long contract like all the national and regional pest control companies they don't try to do other things they don't try to build tools they don't try to build fences they don't try to do roofing as well they don't try to do pull care they do pass control all right and that is what the X. S. succeed at their masters at it again when your Jack of all trades and master of none McGrath is the pest control company that we recommend because they are the masters at two eight one four zero two ninety two thirty seven two eight one four zero two ninety two thirty seven you can also go online and schedule a service McGrath M. C. G. R. A. T. H. McGrath pest control dot com and I'm gonna start are in this message way same way I started to think about if you know you're gonna change bugs or you're worried about change bug you're worried about a side web worms you don't have the time or inclination to get out there and treat it McGrath can do that for you as well along with Roach spider termite you name it even critter control they do it all if it's bugging you McGrath pest control can kill so we're going to set up a time for him probably one week from tomorrow on a Sunday so we can have quality time with them.
2 Republicans opposed by Trump win in Kentucky, N. Carolina
"We're still waiting for results for two African American candidates with campaigns energized by nationwide racial justice protest challenging white democratic establishment favorites by the party's nominations in Kentucky Charles Booker who was black in the state legislator is hoping to beat Amy McGrath who is white and the party favorite for the democratic Senate nomination we've already won we have defied the odds we have proven the doubters winner of that race takes on Majority Leader Mitch McConnell who is favored in the general election in New York political newcomer Jamal Bowman who is black was seeking to derail house foreign affairs committee chairman Eliot Engel's bid for us seventeenth term because of the corona virus mail in ballots are still being counted for both races the wait seems to be a preview of what will come in November when more states will embrace mail in voting I'm Julie Walker
"mcgrath" Discussed on The Down and Dirty Show
"Pretty and I like ninety to wrap so I'm like all right right. Yeah they don't even like you like I taught him. Well you're like I thought well. And what your favorites Akilah? Don't I'm kidding you're asking the girls? I'm saying you're asking the girls. What's what what would you daddy daddy and then like what's what's kind of your dream by because I know like people you know like you know when you're younger you wanted this bike. You wanted that setup and now here you are. You're older you own your dream bike or do you have a bike in your mind that you'd like to build that these people listening they know who you are. They're like Oh yeah. That was like the jam. I wanted that to stroke or even that one twenty five that cub that you know I mean. Do you own a bike or do you have on your bill. I think as you get older that that mark moves right so that target moves so okay I when you know when I was you know when i Parker Age or my daughter ruins age fourteen. I mean all I can think of like I wanNA have a you. Know two fifty like Ricky Johnson. Whatever and and then you you get there and you have that for years and years and then as you get older like okay cool I. I have all the cool motocross like now. What would I want You know then then you WanNa go like the ultimate like trail bike right right now. These days it's been around winner a want. A motocross bike played on it then. I can ride the streets. Connect all the dirt sections and all so You know there's no perfect bike. I don't think there's a perfect bike for a certain situation. But there's no one bite they can cover it all so I mean I love riding. Check days it street on track on strike So we do that a couch and then I have an adventure by advocates are six fifty. That I've Been Ryan that off road on Road then. My cats were fifty. And then you know we have you WANNA go play with the kids get on the the Celtics one ten with the class without a class. I mean that's a cool thing. There's a lot of right you know. Then you know we're tires one. You want the nabis on to promoter tires on enduro tires. There's just all kinds of choices so That's the beauty motors. There's so much so many options and now even in the truck world. You even have a rendering of a cyber truck on your instagram account. So you're you're you're campaigning. Twenty Twenty One. Twenty twenty one. The McGrath Showtime Cyber Truck Co. lab with Elon. Musk right is that what's happening. Yeah Yeah Yeah. Yeah just imagining the the. I'm imagining a exit speed. You get off that thing with technical input input you know right now and the ludicrous button. Can you imagine that opera track? I think need spiked maxes. I don't know if there's enough knobs on that because you'd get that instantaneous. Torque you just lied them up and wouldn't get the grip so but you could. You could control it and do trash control. And that's just a whole game changer. But Yeah I mean. There's there's there's so much there's so much great history that you have and and because you're so young you did this all in twenty five years. It's so amazing. What you've done in a short twenty-five years you've had two kids you're married you one seven time because you're only twenty five right. I asked can the other day. He's like I'm twenty five. I was like look people have computers. Yeah the look it up. Fake News all right okay. Whatever did we know how old you actually is. It's twenty five to the second. I think you might be fifty forty eight getting know I it is tremendous. I just love all the history. And it's it's great to be documented to that level and it comes because of because of your success and I will to your Horn on how humble person you are really appreciate that US meeting. And and how engaged you were and again Cranston Tequila plants and Ping Pong. Our friendship has kind of stayed towards that. When you come out here to Arizona going to go to lors race hanging out with the girls and your friends and My friends have become your friends. You got a great crew of friends that I I don't WanNa say I'm envious of but I I I like it. It's red. Well I think our When you know I know what you're doing I'm keeping up on a lot. Same Family Rat Dad. And you got all these you know what I say cheers to that and we will continue their friendship for long periods of time. But it's been it's been awesome and you know to To be able to have the lifestyle and be able to do what we do. It's really really we're really. I'm still think cheers brother. Thank you for joining us. I'm taking step. He's Cheers to you. I I did mine on. The is such why you got the crunch. That's not. That's not some vocal fry. It's a good good microphone. All let you get on your writing. Say hello to the girls all three of them for your wife and your two girls can't wait to hang out with you and actually Sip Some Tequila or out of this pandemic. Thank you so much Jeremy. Looking forward to it. Yeah I can't wait the team in so follow Jeremy on all the social media networks again check out his addict and believes instagram account. Is Jeremy Mcgrath? Used to have the two there at the end. But why bother with that? Everybody knows who who he is. So Jim McGrath. This is because everybody enjoys roadrunners. He is truly a roadrunner so checkout him and thank you for joining us here piece out y'all..
"mcgrath" Discussed on The Down and Dirty Show
"Hello everybody and welcome back to because everybody enjoys roadrunners. We have a very special road. Runner dirt runner four wheels. Two wheels special guests here with us. Today he is a legend. His nickname is showtime for multiple reasons. Because he knows win To shine and he does just that he is a seven time supercross champion and just an all around good dude a father husband just a fun cat joys Tequila and loves playing Ping Pong and sting ball at the same time. We've had some good times in Utah. We have mutual friends and he is here with us and you know Showtime Mc and he is Jeremy McGrath. Jeremy is joining us from his home in San Diego California Jerry. What's up homeboy man? There he said nothing exactly so to give this kind of preface. We are under quarantine times. But let's get right to it. What are you doing to occupy your time? You're talking about might. This might take about an but he said if we can't let's condense it because they do have someplace to go which is socially responsible which is social distancing but seems like you been still keeping busy. You GotTa stay top your game well. It's funny you know I mean the. There's let's talk about the few things that have gotten better with this right. Traffic's gotten better air. Pollution gotten better than bonding with the family's gotten better I LIFE. I don't.
Oklahoma tribal jurisdiction problem
"This is native America calling. I'm Taraji would the. Us Supreme Court is again looking at a case that involves a crime a citizen of the Muskogee Creek nation and whether or not someone should have been tried in federal court. Jim C mcgirt was convicted of raping a child in Oklahoma State Court. He received a life sentence plus five hundred years. He maintains a conviction is invalid because he should have been tried in federal. Not State Court. Mcgirt is citizen. A federally recognized tribe the cases similar to a claim made by Patrick Murphy. A citizen of the Muskogee Creek Nation. He admits he murdered a man in nineteen ninety nine but he maintains he should have been tried in federal court. A ruling in his favor could up in his death sentence. The question on both of these cases is over land and Oklahoma's unique status with tribes and whether Congress properly disestablish reservation boundaries more than a century ago. We are inviting you into this conversation. Did you learn more about it? Maybe you've been following the long and have some thoughts on this. What a decision that would go either way would mean for tribal nation's sovereignty land status go hidden. Dial in our phone lines are open. You can join us today at one. Eight hundred nine six tweet four. That's also one eight hundred nine nine native and with us today at a Denver Colorado is Mary Kathleen Nagel A. She is a partner at pipe stem law in a citizen of the Cherokee nation. My pleasure to have her here Mary Kim Mayor Catherine Welcome. Thank you so much. It's an honor to be here. Great to have year Also join us to Ann Arbor Michigan. Today is Riyaz. Kenji in he is a partner at Kenji and Katzen and he represents the Muskogee Creek nation in the mcgirt case. My pleasure to welcome here Riyaz. Welcome thank you for having me. Tara and thank you for being here with us today in Merry Catherine Let's start with more details on this case and just essential things you think. People need to understand When we talk about what this really could mean why headline say Oklahoma Could turn into chaos go ahead and establish a little bit more so I I do have to say as someone who was born in Oklahoma and as a citizen of a tribe in Oklahoma I I find a lot of headlines that Oklahoma has been promoting the incredibly disappointing. And I think Truth Bending is very kind way to describe them and I of course defer to Muskogee Crete nations attorney Who was also listening here in this interview because this is their reservation at stake but the tenth circuit was very clear a couple years ago and it's decision. Congress has never disestablished the creek nations reservation. That means it's still in existence and that's the you know plain simple truth and of course the brief that My Law Firm submitted was on behalf of the National Indigenous Women's Resource Center as well as tribes that have implemented the restored tribal criminal jurisdiction in the Violence Against Women. Act from twenty thirteen and so the points we were making simply Just how chaotic it will be and how troubling it will be for the tribes to have women involved is all of a sudden. A new precedent is established which no federal quarter Supreme Court has really held this. Before that. In instances where. Congress has not just established a reservation. Court should feel free to do so. That would actually create chaos. But I know Oklahoma certainly want folks to think that the sky is going to fall. It is not The reality today is that Christians evasion has never been established by Congress. It would actually be more destabilizing for the Supreme Court to do that. In this instance Then to uphold the tenth circuit decision and say. Actually the reservation has not been disestablished. Congress which is in fact the case and I think Oklahoma sort of grasping at straws here in terms of the different arguments. They're coming up with but the fact that a reservation still exists does not alter the individual ownership of the land within the reservation so non Indian landowners business owners that doesn't change doesn't affect their ownership of their homes or their land or the vast majority of the crimes perpetrated within the borders of the reservation. The state will still maintain criminal jurisdiction over many crimes. It's not It's not as easy stabilizing this. Oklahoma would have you believe in. I do need to make a correction. I was given wrong information In the INTRO Talking about his ruling could up in his death sentence. It's not Fact and we'll get closer into the Patrick Murphy case coming up but Mary Catherine when we think of all of this and Really what a decision in the supreme court could mean Either way let's talk a little bit about them. Yeah it's it's actually if the Supreme Court in this instance and Riyaz can explain this to what we're dealing with now is a bit of a procedurally positioned different case than Murphy Murphy was The state of Oklahoma seeking cert seeking the Supreme Court's Review. After the tenth circuit upheld the continued existence of the reservation since that decision has not been fully Adjudicated on the merits from court has not issued a written decision. This last time they did grant cert on The current case mcgirt. And so you know in that case You know this is coming out of the Oklahoma Supreme Court's decision to hear the The appeal that McGrath had filed the Oklahoma Supreme Court. And you know again. It's the same question of okay the Tenth Circuit has said. The reservation still exists Oklahoma still wants to assert criminal jurisdiction over an air. You know a few flip crimes that are actually clearly left to the federal government into to the tribal government. And that's that's really what's at stake here. It's a small number of crimes and And at the end of the day this is really what sovereignty is about. And there's no other sovereign that has more interested steak right then a tribal nation when it comes to protecting children and its citizens on its own land and at the end of the day You Know Oklahoma has made a lot of arguments. They've tried to make it sound. Like you know half of the state will go back to quote unquote tribal ownership which is not at all the case. the fact that a reservation exists does not alter the ownership of who owns the land inside the borders of the reservation. And that's the case in South Dakota. That's the case in the state of Washington. That's the case with every reservation in the United States right. Now there's a lot of non Indian ownership of reservation land especially the simple fact because of the dog acts and various other federal laws over time so at the end of the day What you know create nation and all of the folks who filed briefs in support of creation like my client the national indigenous women's Resource Center. It's really asking for a maintenance of the status quo. Don't change anything. Oklahoma is actually asking for something that would upend a hundred years of Supreme Court precedent and when completely alter the law around winner Reservation Candy disestablished? And how
Puberty Starts a Year Earlier for Girls Now Than in the 1970s
"Puberty starts earlier than you. I think so. Start talking about it. Now that's right. Puberty can kick in as early as eight or nine years old especially for girls and you know this is a huge transformation formation physically emotionally and mentally for one thing. Dr Brunner says the architecture of our frontal lobes which is the part of the brain that regulates our emotions. It's undergoing undergoing really big changes. Our brains are being flooded with estrogen testosterone and progesterone. Doctor says at this age will see kids decision making ability ability going a little haywire. They're all these things that are happening on the part of their brain. That's supposed to say stop. Doing that. Isn't really working. This is one of the reasons that teens take. Risks Folks that they make some mistakes and other times. They'll just be really moody in Extra Vulnerable One. MOM named Electra McGrath. Had let's see. She lives in Las Vegas and she. She told us how she started picking up on these telltale signs of puberty along with her daughter Lily. Just little things I had noticed like telling Lily. Hey Hey did you brush your teeth today. We're getting ready for school morning. And her bursting into tears. Just because all the hormones coursing through her body. It's a sensitive the topic. Okay essentially getting going to my husband in saying it is really important that were kind to her and that we don't forget how confusing and frustrating. It feels to not be able to manage your emotions in the way that you want to. The point is is to help our kids through this tough time. We need to be proactive. Talk about hormones about Breast Development Tampons Birth Control Wet Dreams Sexual Sexual Orientation Gender Expression orgasms. Masturbation don't wait to bring it up and we know that this is going to be uncomfortable or awkward for some of you so we recommend doing it when you're not necessarily eye to eye maybe it's in the car ignition bike ride or just going for a walk down the block.
"mcgrath" Discussed on The Babylon Bee
"We are. We are sitting here with well to Tanya McGrath the twitter personality but we're sitting in the presence of Whoa Kness it now. She has a manly voice. So that's weird to just two but I'm open minded. I'm open minded as well. We're not going to discriminate. She's also a completely Zia. Man looks nothing like our picture but he identifies as to Tanya McGrath his. Name's Andrew just blanked on your last name. Doyle Doyle Yeah uh-huh maybe I'm blank on names on the podcast. That's like my remember my name. That's my running. It's quite generic name particularly island. Everyone's called I was afraid if it wasn't doyle than sound weird to say doyle if it was like what it would be worried if it wasn't my name luckily it's okay so If you guys don't need this up. Andrew has a twitter alias. It's a fake twitter account. A girl named Tanya McGrath and she is a how would did you describe to tone you I would say she is a radical intersectional feminist slam poet and activist who is very well. She likes to say how impressed she is. You know she. She revels in victimhood. But she's really rich she's go trust fund. She's got a timeshare she's got her parents give her everything. And so that's the that's the type of person is and and and so therefore it's satire of a particular type of person. I'm sure we all recognize. We don't have anybody like that here in in.
"mcgrath" Discussed on The Tiny Meat Gang Podcast
"Of them in the bad but they shut up man like music telling jokes such a fucking mouth and oh yeah my bed and we bring him down with some like Dr. Yeah so I think you're dude the like coming off of that right where you kind of talking and the music happens and you're talking more music heavens. To the first time it is stand up to get on stage and there's there's no backing track and when when the joke book and eight. Everyone's sitting there like all right. What else you got? I'm like. Oh you gotta that like Gone Roth Place but that's how you learn. Do not everybody knows is brutal but it's So the cameo thing Oh yeah. Let's talk about that and let's talk about the big brother to I thought man. That was the most obvious mother fucker. Here's the thing about Cameo I get a lot of cameos and a lot of them are like you know stupid and I won't do some you know I I'll do this one. I'll do it completely straight this person it for those that don't know they asked if I would break up with their Grad school boyfriend. Yeah now we all know although Sugar Grad school fans out there so immediately yeah I was like Oh this is bullshit would have me break up with their girlfriend boyfriend. During during exam we was so I'm going to do this do it straight and I'll I'll make my little five dollars or whatever. La Make a cameo one hundred and code. By the time.
"mcgrath" Discussed on The Tiny Meat Gang Podcast
"One more time again ed never seen it. Yeah like the part of routine outcomes guys on the Internet the fuck just pick it apart. I just got brought out the humor in it and yeah it made me look like the Moron that I was and am in that video for sure. Sure but you guys did in a light hearted way and which was great. And if it's smart. I'm in you know when I get the blocked instagram account from You know Emerson Soccer Twenty twenty two and it says sugar gay sock or something like that. Then I kind of know where it came from sure. uh-huh there's plenty other than that but that's when I came out of the house my phone exploded. Oh actually was just just mediocre enough to make it to the finale of slumpy big brother and that's when I saw cody nomadic dudes what's going on. 'cause I'm fifty fifty two I still. I still get a newspaper delivered to my house and so it wasn't really my way of Sergio entertainment and stuff. And that's why I know you guys I'll guy when I saw the thumbnail who took the AL on like. Oh Jesus to this motherfucker right now. And it's the first thing I saw coming out. My kids are trying to hug me down and we miss you get away. I got to see who took. I'm pretty sure it's me but I wanna see it to the end. And so that's why I noticed. Ah I gotTA went down a rabbit hole but you guys doing wow. These guys are very very influential of noticed of Of course Joe Rose those guys. I've seen like popular youtube channels. But Man I saw the power of you guys galvanize your your audience and fans and it was interesting and you guys to go down to the level now. It's just every day something something is like Y- I mean the thing's got like eight or nine million views just your world. It's insane mentioned outside the outside the tiny meet podcast. KODECO Nora Universe. So that's when I I kind of got a hold of that about a year and a half ago it just kept coming at present just wild. Sorry go ahead. No no I was going to say like I mean we could talk about big brother and a second but I think it's worth noting to people that I don't think they know this just like you started sugar ray in like eighty six. Is that right. Or it's actually nineteen eighty eight eighty eight that so you've had a band for almost thirty years. Now Yeah we start in Newport Newport Beach California just about nine hours down the four or five. You're from Mars County piece where we get from west side guys right I was actually born born in Toronto. And he was born in Calgary here I came down here superdome in La Pretty much. My whole for five of years. Gotcha Gotcha yes you guys know Newport eighty-eight we wanted to be like a heavy metal band like La guns faster pussycat ah warranty. We'll be hearing about no problem. Admitting I can finally let come on boomer couldn't have players so we slowly just kept playing around. La La and in one thousand nine hundred. We've got a record deal with records and what we only band I've ever been and it's the only job I've never really had and still have the original Qatar player and I still. We're kind of talking earlier under so blessed. I still get to be in this business. Yeah Yeah tell the story. That's amazing. Yeah you told us. You're the luckiest Dude Dude Showbiz. I don't think there's any denying that when you see my body of work I can kind of hell. It dates that shark NATO to three and six joe dirt because important the NATO chuck data to three and six though do. Let's go watch that chart data to me an i-in zeroing not okay. Well problems calling me and saying okay airing if ever meet him we'll have him on the podcast he's actually interesting to And then I was in Joe Dirt. Who because they couldn't afford kid rock so I was like no way Scooby Doo so you can see where you know? You guys are. Lighten up hops. Bob Got US through my skill set is so I just look every day and I just go hosted TV shows. I don't deserve hosting a radio show on Sirius. Xm You know. I still play live. And that's what keeps the lights on so when we got signed in one thousand. Nine hundred four grants was assorted was really happening. But we were banned. I'm from Newport Beach California. Our environment was like Baywatch. Yeah I didn't get a BMW JOE's eighteen hard times out there in the streets eh And so we were like just fun band and back then. Everybody was kind of staring at their shoes. Scott Weiland Layne Staley kind of dark. This ban oranges loved the Beastie boys and Chili peppers. Yeah just unabashedly but just couldn't play so I finally stumbled on a song and we thought we thought it had a little bit of something. Thanks for Song. We wrote that like people got the feels a little bit about cars or beer and There was a guy named David Kahn. Who produced what I got by sublime MHM? Everybody knows that Song Song Legendary Band and I've seen sublime a million times down to Orange County and half the time they'd show up half the time they wouldn't and when they did they'd go on these long thirty minute dubbed Jams Bomb Bob Mogambo Book and I would just like fall asleep at the Mike and like they they were just racked. Half the time you can see there was a genius there but it was hard to really see the true talent of the ban so then in David Kahn who came our producer produced. What I got and he figured I cracked the code? How to make that Southern California reggae punk rock hiphop thing thing all work? Yeah kind of like cracking. The Code of how a comedian can get an impression done. Yeah you know and so. We reached out the David Kahn. We said we have the song called fly. We think it's decent. We don't think it's all the way there. Would you listen to it. Maybe give it a shot. Yeah you said Yeah we will. Yes I will listen to it. He said I think there's something there trying recorded accorded so it's the only song on the album. If anybody bought the record I normally on the record the only decent song on there I admit And we were sitting there. I was getting ready to record the song just like this. The Mike is Right here. The Red Light is on and I. I was terrified and David's in the control room room which is the room outside the studio and he said Mark. I've got some good news and bad news for you before we start the song and being the Irishman I am I go okay David. Give me the bad news verse because you can't sing about to sing the song the only chance at the career of sugar a has hinging on and I'm like Oh that's pretty gnarly. What could possibly be the good news? Because we'll have this new thing called pro tools and I can put your voice and get it where it needs to be and we in Frankenstein the vocals I think. If you listen to me and surrender we can sell two million copies off this song and it has got on my knees. I go dude. I'm yours. Whatever have you on a long story short about twelve hours to Franken? We'd be okay. Stop no way. Oh really so you were syllable. He found my voice. I found my voice pro. tooling was yeah. I was screaming. I was yelling. I was settling. I didn't I didn't know how to sing. And I found a tone Khan founded for me and brought it out and fly ended up being number one around the world two million copies and let us to write songs like every morning someday. That had that the vocal field and and I we over on tire dead calm so that that's kind of the story. So that's you you better you better at singing early recording after the fact because you knew how to. Yes you knew kind of coach you how to use your voice exactly a dynamic how you guys is work on stage and you live shows a trial and error we find it out. WHOA that's the sweet spot? That's where we WANNA be. Your Voice does not want to be over here like you said. How did you can't sing? That was that was like the best advice you could ever give me. Yeah if you saying Elaine. It's almost like a talking voice. Bob Dylan did it. Anthony Kiedis has done it. The it can be done. So yeah the surrender to him. It gave me hope as much. It was sort of this backhanded dish at the same time. Whatever let's pretty like a that's crazy it's a it's an insane Ayn story and that's why I say like you know my whole career has many serendipitous events that have just been very lucky? Yeah and and when I hosted an extra they kind of let me learn as I was going along. I was like a deer in the headlights. The first couple of episodes. Yeah the stars around last night. Ah You know and so people have given me a lot of chances that I probably don't deserve certainly don't in fact I'm talking you guys right now and still performing weekly and I get to make a living and I take my kids to school. I've been very blessed. Yeah and a lot of that is just you know some of the videos. You've seen Articulate something different. I remember names. I try to be nice. Yeah yeah I mean so like going from that where you like have like just hit record where you you like kind of cut up your vocals. How does it feel I guess? Now not make it all interviewee but like you guys made an album last year and like do you feel like recording is. I don't know is it like because you've been in that time we're pro tools was just becoming a thing and now you can record off a laptop you have all the capabilities of an SSL and it's like you don't need some crazy setup make albums like what is that like for you for someone who's been making music this long. Does it blow your mind just as much as anyone else Sir sir. What's really crazy is? How quickly will happen to your talking about technology ten years ago? Yeah so I mean. The business literally ended overnight so record stores went away. I see. We used to sell CDs. Hard copy CDs GONNA admit this. What was the one thousand nine hundred fifty nine? Yeah I thought in one thousand nine hundred eighty in exchange. Well I figured out how to write songs man betters. There's a band is all three million copies more than the other I used to Used to crack open the album. Art often like dislike that airpl- airplane manual style thing and I did did like Freddie Mercury thing we're had like yeah like a super butch gnarly Le Leather biker. Guy like sort of feeding me. There's a real gay around my firemen. Let's just shows you might my whole ammo about it. I don't give a fuck. I don't care what people do hurt anybody but yeah no so that record was really good to plus but the whole way you can just record a record on this in your iphone. Yeah it blows me away because it happened so quickly I mean. It's almost like telling like a dentist going. Hey dentistry extinct now. We've figured out how to fix your teeth without using any drills and I'm all for that by the way.
Do genetic ancestry tests know if youre Palestinian? A cautionary tale of race and science
"Welcome welcome to size friction on the tension ritual in. Today's episode is Genomic Science to go to striking story for you of the shocks. You can engage when you take a genetic ancestry tests and the problems are not in your Diana. They are in the science. Oh man so so I want you to make mercury eight to buy. Oh my gosh. So she's an American Palestinian cartoonist illustrator. Leaving in Brooklyn New York and when Shae Shea started to draw well I kind of helped his stop making sense of the world. When I was younger all I wanted to do withdraw from Warwick fantasy characters? who were you know exploring some fantasy world adventuring trying to figure out the meaning of war? Yeah you Matz I. She was an intense keyed. He'd sigh relate to that. I'm not even joking. That was my first comic when I was like thirteen or fourteen trying to figure out the meaning of war yes the law plot. What was really hard? Core rate was trying to figure out the world her family stories. We're helping figure out a self my family. So my my Palestinian side of the family were originally from Ramallah they came to the US in the sixties after the nineteen sixty seven war. And and. That's where my father. My mother my mother is mostly of British and Scottish ancestry and they met in DC and the register and Marguerite was born. She grew up in San Francisco but she understood whole lot about the deep heritage in history. If if family I lived with a lot of my extended family on my father's side and and the constantly I mean I think it's a very Palestinian thing to talk about loss. I'm sorry to say Palestine and talk about what was lost in talk about how it was and things like that so I heard very much about out where we were from and how it was there and everything and there is actually a book. That is a congenial logical history of Ramallah so my family needs to say his in this book. This is actually a book that was done maybe thirty years ago. There's actually a recent effort to update the books so this is kind of a big thing and it's very much a Palestinian thing to try to keep memory alive. It's a need to assure after that. Hey you know we exist who've had the we had this entire history. We're going to write it somewhere. We're going to you know. Put it somewhere. I wish I could've seen Palestine back in the day honestly because it just sounds really chill a nice. I'd like to go okay. Okay so mercury thought. She had a pretty clear idea about her ancestry but then she sped into a test tube. Well first half-brother on her father's side spat into a test tube. He decided on a whim to take a day and I taste and he got the results back in he was just blake. Yeah you might want to take a look at these results. He's her kind of weird. Well we'd in an intriguing conaway. Our understanding ending was that from my Dad's side. We were fully half Palestinian half Arab but these results they suggested something different so so we were just like what so marguerite decided to do an ancestry test to this was back in two thousand sixteen. They went through twenty three and me did the all spit in a tube and she said it off to the company twenty-three May and literally Chino. Even more surprises would be in store for her so the saliva gets to our partner lab. The DNA is extracted from that. and My name Ms Joanna Mountain and I'm senior. Director of research at twenty three and me and previously at Stanford with Joanna also did her PhD and specialized in human evolutionary evolutionary genetics. So when customers sign on with the genetic testing and Analysis Company twenty-three May which is headquartered in Silicon Valley. He's what what happens to this speech sample around a half. A million positions in the DNA are analyzed and we get the genetic variants at those half million positions genetic knitting variant. Now that just means some kind of unique variation in your genomes deny say quance so then twenty three and me use an automated computerized Haraz prices to p different stretches or windows of your day and I and then I compare those two James off a reference group made up of individuals individuals from different populations globally. Now what ethnicities are present or missing from that reference group. That's K. as you'll he'll IDA and and we look at each one of these little windows and we say to which people is this individual most genetically similar and we continue as we stroll along the genome looking and saying well at this point this genome looks very similar to people from say Iberia and then we get a little further down in. Wow it looks similar to people from commoner and even in further down. It looks similar to people from Ireland. So there's a method we have that classifies each little patch of the genome by saying. Is this more similar to people from Ireland Orland or from France and then the algorithm says okay the probability that's from Ireland and appropriately. France in whichever is highest. Is the winner there so then we patch it all together come up with percentages for each individual so it's a multi step process and that's what we present to the customer okay so back back to margarite radium waiting for the results from twenty three and May to land in her inbox and sure enough. I got I got the results back and Some of them made sense. You know I knew enough about my mother's side of the family told me that okay. HALF OF ME is British and Scottish Scottish. Okay cool makes sense what came next made very little sense to her. Other half is going on percent Italian Elian it said thirty five percent Italian and then the rest was Arab Specifically Oh what did it say. Think specifically had said western Western Asian or something they actually tried to give me a breakdown of what regions of Italy it came from but they couldn't actually detect wherein Italy. It came from at all Wade. It'll Italian come from and actually I think is sweet coincidence. Is it true that your husband is Italian. My husband is Italian and I did actually when I got the test I did ask him like do I look talion. He was just like no suddenly just like that. Migrate was possibly thirty percent Italian and only fifteen percent western Asian and north African and canete slightly saving detail that she is Palestinian heritage. We'll wait until you hear what happened. Win Twenty Twenty three and may updated her results two years later. It's fairly incredible. I though Hel genetically different we really well at the genome scale there. Her over three billion nucleotides that make up our genome. So My name is Sarah Tishkov and I may professor of genetics awesome biology at the University of Pennsylvania and she's hugely influential Sarah and colleagues published the first pipe to support the out of Africa hypothesis of human migration using analysis of the DNA inside cells Nuclei and has conducted the largest studies of genetic variation in in African populations. We differ at about. I would say less than point. One percent of the genome. So that's a relatively small mall amount of difference to give you an idea of we. Compared the human genome to a chimp genome. It differs at about one point. Five percent of the genome less than point point one percent and yet what is contained within that variation that difference the majority of variation is not functional and in fact that variation is very useful for making inferences about evolutionary history about population history demographic McGrath history tracing migration events and so on the part of the genome it actually is influencing variable traits is important for understanding how how we adapted to different environments during human evolution and also understanding why some people are more at risk for certain diseases than others
Australia bushfires: NSW fires claim one more life
"The death toll and the damage from Australia's wild fires continue to grow one more person has died battling the blazes in the state of New South Wales the government has taken the unprecedented step of calling up thousands of army reservists to help fight the fires and it sent naval ships to evacuate stranded residents along the coast more than two hundred fires continue to burn and thousands of people remain cut off behind fire lines in Pierce Jason Beaubien reports from the city of Penrith on how the warming climate is fueling these fires like so many parts of Australia right now Penrith is dried out everywhere you look the grass is the color of faded khaki trousers lawns are brittle when you walk on them a tiny spark the cigarette **** Westray lightning strike can cause the turf to burst into flames mark Fenech his son Henry in their dog lurcher at a seven eleven in Penrith getting slurpees to beat the heat it says for you on the graves was actually disgusting yeah it was that bearable really forty nine degrees Celsius or a hundred and twenty degrees Fahrenheit making Penrith hottest spot in Australia on Saturday never seen it before my lawfully there all my life side never seen a nice before my log ten X. as it was so hot everyone including lurch spent the day inside he says the weather is definitely changing when I was younger I used to be really hot in the Middle dice I from eleven to two o'clock now with forening that it's getting harder from three cough welcome to the club it's just a completely different because we've been more humid gave me the Rhine site draw at the moment two thousand nineteen was the driest and hottest year on record in Australia at the local will fire service brigade station in Penrith Paul McGrath says the fire danger rating yesterday was just shy of catastrophic for three hours late in the afternoon the relative humidity dropped into the single digits which mine says says Snyder who am we still whatsoever what that does is it totally changes FOR behavior the flames moved quickly up into the tops of trees and then jump from one tree to another in the fall as a supply very very quickly with that lot shade intensity get that whole life smart cloud and sometimes the smart plants like it did yesterday I have a long daily became alright cumulus which means it generates a time weather and I'll getting lightning strikes coming out of this my class the fires around ten right there in the nearby blue mountains national park the drifting smoke makes it hard to see more than three or four blocks in front of you in other places it's far worse there are people have been trapped for days without power cell service there's so much smoke in some places the skies are any hue of red in the town of Eden residents have been sleeping on a war so they can jump into the water if the advancing flames sweep into town the New South Wales premier Gladys perigee clean says this crisis is pushed Australia into unchartered territory the weather activity we saying the extent and spread of the five speed which they're going the way in which they're attacking communities you've never seen far before is unprecedented we have to accept that fire officials say what they really need to get the fires under control is some sustained rainfall but currently that's not anywhere in the
Australia urges people to flee as fires set to surge over the weekend
"The death toll and the damage from Australia's wild fires continue to grow one more person has died battling the blazes in the state of New South Wales the government has taken the unprecedented step of calling up thousands of army reservists to help fight the fires and it sent naval ships to evacuate stranded residents along the coast more than two hundred fires continue to burn and thousands of people remain cut off behind fire lines in Pierce Jason Beaubien reports from the city of Penrith on how the warming climate is fueling these fires like so many parts of Australia right now Penrith is dried out everywhere you look the grass is the color of faded khaki trousers lawns are brittle when you walk on them a tiny spark or cigarette **** Westray lightning strike can cause the turf to burst into flames mark Fenech his son Henry in their dog lurcher at a seven eleven in Penrith getting slurpees to beat the heat it says for you on the graves was actually disgusting yeah it was time on bearable really forty nine degrees Celsius or a hundred and twenty degrees Fahrenheit making Penrith the hottest spot in Australia on Saturday never seen it before my lawfully their own along side never seen any notice before my log ten X. as it was so hot everyone including lurch spent the day inside he says the weather is definitely changing when I was younger I used to be really hot in the Middle dies say from eleven to two o'clock now with forening that it's in the heart of from three cough welcome to the call center is just completely different but more humid gave me the Rhine sites are all at the moment two thousand nineteen was the driest and hottest year on record in Australia at the local real fire service brigade station in Penrith Paul McGrath says the fire danger rating yesterday was just shy of catastrophic for three hours late in the afternoon the relative humidity dropped into the single digits which mine secession I am more still whatsoever what that does is it totally changes have fought behavior the flames moved quickly up into the tops of trees and then jump from one tree to another in the fall as a supply very very quickly with that lot shade intensity get that whole ice my cloud and sometimes the smart class like it did yesterday I have a long daily became part cumulus which means it generates a time weather and I'll getting lightning strikes coming out of the smoke cloud the fires around ten right there in the nearby blue mountains national park the drifting smoke makes it hard to see more than three or four blocks in front of you in other places it's far worse there are people have been trapped for days without power cell service there's so much smoke in some places the skies are any hue of red in the town of Eden residents have been sleeping on a war so they can jump into the water if the advancing flames sweep into town the New South Wales premier Glasbury Jacqueline says this crisis is pushed australe into unchartered territory the weather activity we saying the extent and spread of the five speed which they're going the way in which they're attacking communities you've never seen far before is unprecedented we have to accept that fire officials say what they really need to get the fire under control is some sustained rainfall but currently that's not anywhere in the
NASA Finds India's Vikram Moon Lander Crash Site
"NASA says it's found the debris from India's moon lander which crashed on the lunar surface in September US space agency which released a photo showing the side of the lenders impact and the debris field is crediting Indian engineer Sean McGrath a Brownian for helping locate the site is theater presents India's space agency lost touch with the lunar lander after crash landed during its final approach to the moon's South Pole to deploy a rover to search for signs of water a successful landing would have made India just the fourth country to lead the vessel on the lunar surface and only the third to operate a robotic rover there somewhere I mean who's thirty threes as he examined and earlier NASA photo to locate the debris and says it took days of work to find the crash site NASA says he first located the debris about seven hundred fifty meters or half a mile northwest of the crash
Blind Student’s Violent Treatment at Oxford Debate Prompts Resignations
"The president of the Oxford union a well known university debating society has resigned amid controversy Brendan McGrath city failed to ensure the safety of a blind student who was dragged by his ankles and then ejected from the debate room last month the victim and his knees are also Mahdi is a post graduate student from Ghana who is studying international relations regrets that he apologized and urge the Oxford union to address its disability policies and how it trains its
"mcgrath" Discussed on The Down and Dirty Show
"Bowl because with general tire anywhere is possible when looking for a new wheel for your offroad vehicle car team for the Winter Olympics but I'm the driver of that thing like I I'm just trying to figure out this Olympic tie in here like I think there's more for young frazier McConnell Rallycross man I want to get him in the Olympics the factor yeah I you know tanner still thought to point out I mean he is be most experienced valley plus driver we have in the states you know he's one of the winning it yeah well you know and that being said I know you know we'll we'll carry this and then we'll go to break and guitar top four but you know talking about tanner I know like you said this was a year we didn't expect a lot of out of him you know and I don't want to say that you know because Tanner's tanner like I always expect you he's going to be around the podium conversation you could put him in jail and Volkswagen you know they're they're they're at a crossroads of that program with Andretti and Volkswagen on you know what do you do next and things like that because the Beatles been phased out and things like that and this was up Rallycross Program together in twenty twenty like he's got to be at the top of the list I want ten thousand he is my guy right and I think tanner needed this season to be like hey I'm still here I'm still a bad ass and I'm still one of the best to ever wheeler Rallycross Car Chris Yeah definitely Jim I mean it's going to be interesting to see what the long term future is whether you know whether tenor put something to you spare weather tanner stays with Andretti I mean even spoken to him in quite a while and I certainly wouldn't broach that question right even if I had you know it 'cause that's just the way Blake Ross works in this country right we don't get a schedule until January or February we don't start the season until June it's a very different time line than a lot of the other motor-sports work on and that does make it hard on the one hand to get a program together because if you're trying to secure a marketing budget before December thirty I you know you're you're probably in trouble because you don't necessarily know whatever you're racing and if those markets are gonNA work your sponsors but on the other hand it does give you would extra couple of months to dig for some of those last minute deals I mean we've seen it throughout the years it only deals put together last minute I feel like the only Graham that we really know of you know for sure what it's going to look like next year we'd be Subaru because I can't see them making any I figure that low and Bro will probably pretty similar as well but you know that is still a question mark what's going to happen with Andretti are they going to build new cars they going to build different cars is the beetle action are we going to come back I can't necessarily see that happening if it's no longer sold here but then again Ford as the Mustang and they're still racing is over hello and grow camp so I guess never say never yeah.
"mcgrath" Discussed on The Down and Dirty Show
"Law starlight lounge presents an evening with the progressive box Muna's tickling the Ivories he just saved thanks for tuning into the down and dirty radio show available live online in syndication on networks across the US and available internationally on the American Forces Network Welcome back to the down and dirty radio show powered polaris a razor Jimmy Burmese director Chris Leoni on the line we are getting ready to do some power rankings past coupla weeks kind of been a little light on some of the acing action I know S- Nhra still. I don't know it's weird like there in the middle of the playoffs Chris and nature is just like we're going to take like a couple of week break or something I feel like we haven't talked about any rain awhile and got this crazy point about going on over there but good news is I guess NASCAR racing but we had more traditional our traditional action water sports between straight rhythm Lucas oil there at Glen Helen we also had rallycross happening where they are ex- I mean we we had a we had a lot of races never this weekend yeah Jim I put down ten or eleven names on my initial you know sort of pull them out of a hat and figure out who was going to be on this and had some very worthy cuts and You know I feel like the five I came up with were really the best of the best one this week that could justify so interested to see if we really line up because I got to say I don't think we will yeah this is this is going to be interesting there was a lot of it and it makes it tough when there's a big race like whether it be one of the crandon or Glen Helen like and you have all these different divisions competing in short course you know what I mean there's ten winners while times to double header weekend here's good twenty winters there you know so it's like how do you separate performances things like that you know and it's just it's going to be the way things lineup on ours so I guess we should we should get into things here who did you have to kick off things at number I five Chris Well Jim for number five I am going to head the mid Ohio for the season finale but I'm not gonna go with probably who you might say think ten thousand finally locked up that that a Rx supercar title but he didn't actually make the main event Chris Atkinson goes up from a certain points to second by winning the race but Who is actually GONNA go with number five I'm going to go to our friends over jerk fishing I'm gonna go to Fraser McConnell. DAX to champion because they're actually had a dominant season one five out of nine races including ending the season and on a high note with the championship and the final race victory so you know anytime you see a driver like that who has a season like that and especially the fact that those are x. two cars are all equal to one another you know that's the sign of real wheel man you know it's so interesting Fisher being from Jamaica which country that you don't see a lot of top to your race car drivers from so it's cool to see you know something a little different they're different flat on top of the podium and he had a fantastic season here they test in a supercar with low and grow motor sports for his efforts so looking forward to seeing we're here career goes from here for five yeah frazier did have a phenomenal season this year and I think it's weird where they are exit just seems like it hasn't been a lot of coverage and a we've covered here a little bit on the show but we haven't really talked about frazier in that that season he has but yeah I mean you start looking I mean just motor sports as a whole all in in two thousand nineteen and I'm talking about in this country and I would honestly I would probably say frazier season would be a top ten season in all of that Kony nineteen you know and maybe that's something we do the end of the year you know rank our top ten performances of the year or something like that frazier definitely factor into that but it's interesting Mitch's from Jamaica as like you know Jamaicans and racing you know what I saw I'm trying to get the tie in here like how the hell did we get him on that Jamaican bobsled a key I'm sure they could use out of race car drivers transition into bobsled drivers. Chris I don't know that's what I WANNA know but no I think slowed I did that for a while they did a few events where they have the NASCAR drivers bobsleds and they flipped a few of them it was a good time though why nobody dying he got goes into it he went and he was looking at these old rickety bobsleds the United States team had and then he was looking at some of the stuff that the other countries add specific take the Norwegians and stuff and he's like how are we this far behind the eight ball so bowed I think he got so involved he actually started designing bobsleds for the US Olympic team and They actually did wind tunnel testing and things like that with bobsleds like I think Bodine literally got you WanNa talk about got bit by the bug like he went in deep yeah he absolutely did and I know that the benefits to the technology are still kind of in place to the US bobsled team so you know that's really who'll that's interesting my uh my co host on racing downshift Great West was actually an Olympic skeleton competitor so certainly evolved in that world Eh track so I might have to ask a little bit about if he ever worked with the Bodine's anything skeletons and other level crazy 'cause you're going down on your belly like headfirst like if you crash dude it's like snap neck like no luge is not s- babs let's not skeleton that's next level crazy like yeah that's just one of those Oh man I would actually have to do an interview with your co host there at some point I think we're GonNa talk some skeleton but all that being said I guess I need to get to my number five and I will go to middle I'll but I'm GonNa do what you did not do and no tanner faust is not my guy I wanted tanner to be on my list so bad this week but I just couldn't do it man like he got a championship able we take that seven day window or I guess maybe we could accounted in last week's results I don't know I had to go with ATCO though like you said he moved from the second the points he had a solid effort to wins on the season wrap things up at the finale with another victory also secured that team championship for Subaru of America so I had to Atarot acco on my list at number five hey you know all fairness though tenor we did get him on last week for taking the victory for the Americas I think he was the only match up that we had you know in on both of our lists I think he was number five both of us so you know we see tanner congratulations on you know getting another championship and I know it was a long time Catholic six seven years right Andretti cross I mean Yeah Scott speed locked him up year after year after year and you know I'm sure the tanner was probably getting a little and you know angsty like when's my turn coming by time coming in this really wasn't a year that looked like they were going to have a chance against the mighty just he's always been one of the most successful so well deserved championship didn't make the list for either side with the missing the final but certainly still well-deserved just you know just about anything in Tana's going to drive the wheels off of it so I I don't mean that in a bad way but I think just with the factory teams and Subaru in you know they're coming with a loaded team and Kinda like the Swan Song for the Beetle rallycross program you know and I think that's one of those a lot of people wanting what's tanner doing next year you know and and things like that but I think this is an interesting you're in a turning point I think tanner actually needed this championship because with all those changes I just mentioned happening I think there was probably a gray area like where what is standard doing next where does he go and I think you know if you're GONNA put.
"mcgrath" Discussed on The Down and Dirty Show
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offer fast free shipping to the lower forty eight states on all orders visit Super Eighteen dot Com now and get your utd ATV dialed in listening to the down and dirty radio show powered by ariss razor killer and no filler welcome back to the down and dirty radio show like a welcome my good friend Jeremy McGrath to the show we were just talking off air finally man it's been a long time coming but I spoke to finally have y'all buddy man thanks for having me yeah it's been a long time time coming we what are we were talking about that we been trying to set the thing up for quite a few years now but it's definitely time to knock it off the list so thanks for having me ready my wheels are already turned in I know like this this past week I went out and spent spend a day with the Brian Deegan and we sat down we talked for like almost an hour and a half two hours on his whole career things like that and been fortunate to be able to do that Kim Block and Pastrana and I'm Mike now like now you're GonNa get a text from me Jeremy when do we get to knock this deal out I want to come and like sit down and bring a film crew and knock out a whole like talking about your whole career spanning you can't do that on the national show but I'm like wheels are already clicking man yeah well this is a nice art to it but we we can put that together no problem at all yeah so no we got you on the show in good reason man dude coming out of nowhere Kaluka sell off road racing series sweep in the weekend man I know you had a good run at crandon how fortunate to be able to call that but I mean I know where this whole to pro to engine thing I know you saw maybe a little bit of opening their where you could sneak in and run up front and do pretty well but you do sweep in a weekend you saw that come and Man now I definitely didn't see it coming you know it's true like what a month ago I wanted to be there for Crandon this year I stopped chasing the point series in the Lucas series so I had raised the series for eight years finally won the championship just so pumped got the pro title in Seventeen Eighteen on a decided all right this'll be the last year they'll chase points and then for nineteen season figured all right let's work on the truck get it ready They have like you said they have the new what you am which is SPEC engine little smaller block and so when I decided we're going to Crandon for the fiftieth I was like all right let's build a truck and put smaller engines so we can race with all the proteins that are back there and I didn't didn't WanNa have to use the openness order like we had used in the past so it was time to change up and train and went well so we were like all right well let's let's take this team to go in and see how it goes and obviously I was pretty good often in my truck and we went out and tested a few times and got it sorted out and I was like oh the things pretty good and but yeah I mean to be able to sweep the week and I hadn't I'm not sure I've ever done that of course oh it was pretty pretty amazing weekend well that's going to be pretty cited we're going to see you in Phoenix at the finale now I mean the Cup races are limited your money on the line there too I've gotten that question probably a hundred times graceful and Helen last week and the answer is no I you know I promised myself you know look you know my career and you know my story I've raced race motor recycles race trucks raised a little bit of everything my whole life and I just as soon as I stopped chasing championship I just said look we're GonNa do stuff that makes sense stuff that we can do you drape promotion and hook up our partners like Maxon icon and rigid and and you know all the people that are really helping me and I think it's you know like hey if we can have some fun and and go do it that's what we're GonNa do and you know we came on had a phenomenal weekend it was I I mean you can't dream those kind of weekend so We went day but our plan was never to go to Arizona you know our plan was never to get make it to the finals we Wanted to raise Glen Helen and it went well and so she everyone can sit on that one for a while you know well and you think that's you know I know you see aww guys kind of move into to something like that you know it's you've been on the road for your entire life whether it be chasing supercross motocross titles and then obviously you know you'd mentioned there with you know running seven years in pro too but you feel like that's you know there's I don't know to me there's probably a little bit more happiness in that right where you're not having to worry about getting Ryan weekend you can just show up three or four times a year in and have some fun and you know you can run up front to me it's got up maybe it's a little more fulfilling that way too well I mean certainly last week and was super fulfilling I mean I hadn't raced my truck in eight months and with the exception of driving a crane and a couple of weeks before so you know it's I think just at this point the world is so media driven and we have some different style things we can do shooting videos and and you know we can all sort of think Kim block for that kind of avenue that we've been using lately and.
"mcgrath" Discussed on The Down and Dirty Show
"The weekend we got him as a guest on the show this week but Glen Helen you know say you know it's like conic but we'll talk about some good racing man that course one eight hundred call A. T. Yeah that was the thing then some younger listeners listen to show you probably like scratching your head like that was the thing I remember when payphones were know that we used to use you could charge long distance calls to this this Debit card thing ish that you could buy for twenty bucks at the grocery store or the convenience store yeah whole different Arab man complete different era but yes straight rhythm you know it was great to see it's great to see rocks and you know we've talked about it before but I feel like Roxanne is back you know what I mean he's out all those injuries he fought through a lot and I feel like you know we are going to see Roxana one hundred percent calm the drop of the gate at a one here next year and I am really really excited about that you WanNa talk about layers in motorsports that adds another fire to the supercross title not but you got all the writers coming up and all the new changes I think it's going to be a good time but we're gonNA take a 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stuff like Nascar late models even know Brian Deegan did Kids Family Action Sports Social Media Amazing Amazing interview so thankful Brian let me come out to and crashes compound that interview and you definitely want to watch youtube because we're going to drop that on Youtube here probably next week and I tell you what it is absolutely mind blowing so you want to check that out but you know yeah so this is a little bit of a teaser from that interview his opening kind of right off the part of the show we immediately started talking about Pastrana because that's deacons first guests on his new show they're on podcast one and Kinda steamrolled for there so this is a ten minute teaser of our hour long interview he did on project action so go and hit hit up tunes checkout project action also check out his show the Degan student insane numbers for so number one I think I think he has a really really going to enjoy You know not only this show that I did a project action but deacons new one as well so all right now we'll throw throw up this little teaser with the General Brian Deegan for project action drop this week I know you at Travis Pastrana sat down and that's one of those I think me as a fan of action sports and motorcross like in anybody like this is probably like U2 sitting at a table or over the phone like a one hour precision like that's mind blowing because I know like for the longest time people thought you guys hated each other and this and that and I like I see so many parallels between you guys and family men now and things like that I mean we want people to listen to but that would have been fun conversation for ut ass L. for sure you know I thought about okay this is my opportunity talk to people in my industry and I couldn't think of a better person like realistically that has been involved in my life at certain points in the competition in the darkest deepest moments to the pious of highs he's been around me in competing against me you know so we had moments where I hated to do like literally like I'm like I hated it that he beat me all the time and and he was the good guy we were the bad guys with the militia and it just kinda played perfect and with X. Games and TV and in the beginning yeah we really did have issue I think you know but he was a young kid I think we're just being being haters you know but now that I look back at it but it was it was real and then it kind of handout over the years right and Chavis you had to respect the guy because he's just that gnarly so you know it was cool to be able to have him on the first episode of the Deacons podcasts I just thought that was a perfect way to start it you know and episodes zero will be on that also which describes who we are if you don't really know about my family I haven't followed us on social I think there'll be a good who we are you know what I'm talking about your family do I mean we rolled up here in the first time I've been your compound in I think Josh has been here you guys did was like yard work yard work together something like that do like I roll up in this amazing shop here I mean we've got X. Games the west coast choppers bike like to me that's like the bike that I always like I can't believe I'm moving man 'cause like this pick one bike I wanted.
"mcgrath" Discussed on The Down and Dirty Show
"Back to the down and dirty radio show power Ah Polaris Razor Jim beaver here kicking things off in what is going to be a big big show today with Jeremy Mcgrath on the show as well as that sound bite from the Brian Deegan interview I did over there on on project action on podcast one so once again maybe hit home all day long so might as well get it out of the WACO and check it out yeah and but no moving forward it's it's been a crazy week for me I know last week I was in so cal caught up with my good friends Matin Josh Martelli out at their compound with two Brian Deegan for free day I spent some time at deacons place and then you know and we'll talk about that more but no then I went to a monster energy there in corona actually I've got a new four show it's called all things awesome I'm going to be dropping every single week with my good friend Jonathan coyle that's probably coming I'd say probably in November He and I it's Natalie Marie husband her from wwe and she's an actress is in celebrity big brother I got some movie she's doing big big social media influencer like four or five million social media followers she's got or something but anyways Jonathan legit you know he's got a business degree what to law school you know he's he's wicked smart Duda was one of the Oh gee cross guys massive social following because of that still really involved in fitness and training and things like that but he and I will do when we do shows together we have we have a ton Fund you know we talked everything from he's Kinda Geeky guy like me where we we still like pop culture and and video games and things like that so he gets together and you never where the conversation is going to go to movies or gaining or whatever so our shows tend to do really really well we'll do a mash up on on project action together so we sided you our own show together so that's coming out but we did our first episode filmed her first episode and recorded our first episode at Monster Energy He's he's an athlete stringent or their rain brands you know their fitness brand because he's so big and fitness so go to monster energy I been there before you know it cool. HQ In corona you know you walk in and get some like big old thick chains on the walls and rocks and it's got a cool but they've got a gym they're there like all we want you guys to record your show in the gym we photo shoot a drop of the photos on instant Graham so we go and do this photo shoot and we go to this gym and it's a private monster energy gym for employees right you walk in us they can some corporate jim like you know they might have come Apple treadmills or something like that maybe bowflex corner new this is one of the most bad ass gyms I think I've ever seen they've got a they've got a basketball court there they've got like early every piece of fitness equipment and weightlifting and anything you can imagine they've also got a studio there where they do like yoga classes and I spin classes all kinds of stuff it's it's just insane and you know I was like wow like they legit have this offer their employees and you guys are lifted waits on their on their lunch hour and things like that or you know after work you know they've got basketball pickup games and things like what a freaking awesome place man just a monster energy for for doing that for their employees and I say I've I've been in red bull HQ before too and I've seen the red bull corporate jim think monster I'm gonNA give the edge to monster on this one you know I don't I don't have any affiliations either which way cycle spade a spade but as far as corporate gyms go yeah I'm going to side with him oster on this one place is pretty insane but we're able to record our first episode thank you guys like that so did that that's another project going you know we're trying to crank up the youtube channel stuff with Degan dropping Jonathan I think he and I are going to start our own youtube channel for that but yeah it's it's been a bit of fun blue weeks then yeah last weekend I can't even I gotTa talk about this looks so offroad racing series host livestream out there at Glen Helen two days in a row and obviously Jeremy McGrath's Bob beat up I mean beat it was crazy man I don't know what it was but we're talking by the end by the protein race I mean it just got so rutted and it was deep boulder starting to come up massive massive ruts and when I talk routes I mean we're talking like mid four hundred ruts in the corners like you guys weren't even the back and slide it anymore because a Rut Scott so haggard and I know a lot of guys are complaining about it and I took the the complete different stance I'm like this is off road racing short course desert racing it's still off-road right and I think as long as everybody was racing the same track you got a conditions right just because you can't run the fast line anymore you know doesn't mean the racist garbage it means you adjust your line I mean NASCAR any car that way why does short-course after being different and I think a lot of guys just WanNa go and they know what the traditionally the fast line is they want to do it it's probably WanNa drive also but I like it when I goes away like it did at Glen Helen goes away it went away like literally throw this thing in file thirteen dumpster trash can type of thing this wasn't anything Lucas Oil did wrong it was just conditions whether the amount of rain a lot of factors you know went into play you know but that's the hand that was dealt this weekend Dan and I love it when it's less than ideal conditions because I feel like then you get a real glimpse of who is the absolute best who can adapt who can change the setup who can drive the course the best you know what I mean like anybody's fast one is a perfect track who's fast one it's a horrible track and you know and so I think I really really enjoyed that I think it may add this other layer of depth to the racing weekend not only that but Glen Helen it's been kind of the same way out for a while have profit Bill Smith and the crew at Lucas auto racing series completely flipped the script they wouldn't change change the layout of the track I mean I'm not talking about it a little jump I mean legit changed corners cut out portions of the track and added new ones it was really really cool I think a lot of the drivers didn't know what to expect and I think a lot of the data and set up like you know adjust and change it up I mean you know and I think you know a lot of people are saying it's one lane it's this it's that you know and I don't know every track's different you know we can't have you know you know two hundred foot wide you know tracking every single location it just doesn't happen but I think they're still passing opportune things I think he had to be very smart about the way you approach the pass but yeah it was it was good stuff out there at Glen Helen Man for the fans that did come out you know it was awesome I know Red Bull straighter also going on same time it was packed weekend and so cal and I got to give a big shout to Kenner Oxen who ended up taking the rebel straight rhythm when and I didn't get a chance to reach out for him hopefully we can get him on the show sometime over the winter before supercross kicks off but of the two strokes coming back with Toronto always as always back flipping and having a good time and doing Travis Pastrana things as I like to say but I love the throwbacks a two stroke bikes you know I know rox wearing the one eight hundred collect ish stuff instead of one eight hundred rocks in one eight hundred collect I remember when that was the thing deal remember growing up and you want your dad come pick you up or something like that get on the pay phone sometimes if you had a quarter you throw it in he didn't you know you're making a collect call or we all had these crazy crazy calling cards you.
"mcgrath" Discussed on The Down and Dirty Show
"To the down and dirty radio show powered by Larisa Razor today I am surround ended by absolute royalty some of the two biggest baddest dude ever stepped foot on a dirt bike and they are on the show today the King Mr Showtime Jeremy McGrath long awaited debut on the dirty radio show eight years in the making and we have loud showtime on the show Coming off a big double double win big sweep of the weekend the Lucas Oil off road racing series I am absolutely thrilled to death to have Jeremy McGrath on the show finally today so yes I can promise you probably won't be more years two we have Jeremy Again but he's on the show this weekend also got a little bit of a teaser so as you know last week I sat down with Brian Deegan at his compound there in southern California we record an hour-long interview that is absolutely amazing it already dropped on project action on podcast one but I'm GonNa give you a ten minute teaser of that hour long interview today number one I think you guys are really really going to enjoy it it's talking about his I guess his relationship with Travis Pastrana and their beef they had you know how they kinda put it aside aid but that is a teaser so you definitely want to go and check out the entire interview on project action that's already dropped also check out Brian Deacon's new podcast on podcast us one it is called the INS I guess coincidentally enough Travis Pastrana so make sure and check that out man it is we got podcast coming out our ears this week stuff thank you guys for being tuned in here you know always as always tweet me out Jimmy for fifteen if you've got a guest question also have a big dose of power rankings with curse Leoni he's going to be on we'll have tiffany stone she's on our number to give us an offroad update we got LS rally coming up Sima Trail Chima all kinds of stuff going on so she'll be in the show to cap things off later on in our number two but it is a big massive show today to the best dirt bike riders of all time right here on the down and dirty radio Joe powered by Polaris if Brian Deegan the general and Showtime Jeremy McGrath don't get you excited I don't know what will so hang tight we'll be back after more right after this short commercial thank you want extreme performance reliability and the most fun you can have on four wheels the players razor brings it to you but you don't take my word for it you can take there's tanner fouls tonight choose the Polaris Razor because it's the most fun you can have with the steering wheel what's up I'm Ronnie Renner and I choose Polaris Razor because it's the sickest most reliable side by side on the planet up everybody heavy diesel brothers listen I'm on team razor because it's hands down the best piece of machinery on plant I'm RJ Anderson and I choose place razor because it's most fun most capable machines action sports stars TV personalities and some of the best race car drivers in the world choose Polaris Razor because it's the ultimate combination of power suspension agility and fun find out more information on the web at police razor dot com or follow polar Razer on facebook instagram and twitter and use the Hashtag razor life to share your story the poor W. 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Foundation Tips With Red Carpet Pro Melanie Inglessis
"Brought on a guest who is a red carpet makeup artist. She's got a celebrity clientele and she completely knows her way around foundation. She can tell you what's good and what's shed with the single swipe type yeah on her wrist. It's quite amazing Gel. Who's in the House so we've got Melanie in glasses in the house. She is got tons of clients like you mentioned. Olivia wild has been one of her clients forever. who else yeah well. I notice when she was in Toronto for the Film Festival. She worked with Maya Hawk so that would be the daughter of Aretha Hawk and Numa Thurman. She's a bit of an up and coming star and if you're a fan of stranger things as I am she was really like the breakout character actor of this past season and I think she was. She was obviously here for a film. I can't remember which one and also at the EMMYS which took place more recently she worked worked with Lena Hetty who is Sarah See Lancaster on game of thrones so everybody who watches game of thrones. You'll know exactly who I'm talking about. Melanie worked with her but she works with a ton of people and you were saying unfortunately I wasn't there for the interview you were saying I would have loved her because she herself has really laid back cool like French girl style style right yeah. I mean super cool great haircut designer Bill Marron Gucci everything but like just mad cool and laid back and no make like he he doesn't really wear makeup which is interesting so she's mad cool and being French. I mean French people are just so known for their skin and taking good care of their skin so I was just very curious to get her perspective on foundation and how she applies it and she's really well known for those great skin. Look so no bullshit right I around April or just going to tell you how it is totally no beating around the bush. I really don't think she sort of panders to brand no so in this episode. You're really going to get the unreal talk. They're real talk foundations. The Do's the don'ts common mistakes a lot of us. Women are making so what are some of the big takeaways some of our listeners ours are going to be able to walk away with today. It was really fun because she actually brought her kit in and it was the first time I think ever that makeup artist on the microphone was rustling around. Interru- okay holding out favorites. She's going to give me the real talk on the Pat Mcgrath Foundation okay. She's GonNa tell us about her. Big pepease about foundations and the ones that are launching right L. and like you mentioned she I gave her a few to play with at the very end of our interview and she literally could put it on the back of her hand in one swatch. Tell me if it was a good foundation or not and I was just my mind was blown. Wow I was fascinated by that. She is going to offer up some clues on how you can try that yourself so that when you're in the store and yeah that's all you can do and not try it on your face. You're going to be able to try and determine if it's actually a good foundation or not yeah and stay tuned to the end because you and I test out a whole bunch going to weigh in on those but first we're gonNA start with skin care and how to prep your skin for foundation before you get your spongier brush or anything like that so taken away Melanie. was there anything you do anything you do with skin preparation that you think is essential essential but most women at home are probably not doing. I mean not everybody can afford a official monthly but acting definitely exfoliating. You know there's a lot of good expediter at different different price point I depends what is your skin concern or. What is this can type so if you have a dry skin may be exfoliating alienating get rid of some of the dry skins and moisturizing so it's basically trying to find a routine that works for your skin type yeah and do you have a facial expression later that you really like that you find his gentle that have some pads because I don't always have the luxury to client. Oh go and wash your face with then what it because of the hair and everything so. I do have a pad at the pets from Arcona. Okay that kind of exfoliating pad oh so a just pick one pad and I'm allowed to you know to six four lead the skin gently oh cool now when it comes to primer. I've heard that you I never used a primer. No you don't in my life. Okay interesting for me. I don't I'm not I'm not familiar with primary. I don't use primer I don't okay. I I work with so many different client different results sometime. I want different finishes and I don't want to throw a primer that I'm not sure how the foundation's GonNa stick take to it. Is it going to glide is going to give me low residue so I don't use primarily. No a Charlotte Tilbury doesn't use primer either a lot of makeup artist on no. I think you're really like really for it or you're like. It's not for me is not from avenues a prayer. That's amazing. What a boot finding your rights shade. And what do you do if you are shopping in a drugstore or online for a foundation like. Is your shortcut to finding your exact rate shade. I mean I wouldn't show for the first. I'm online for nation. Yeah I would say if you you shop in. A drugstore is shopping department store. If you know get a Mirror Mirror on you you have to lady or the South Personnel Yourself. Here's a little foundation really Baio line. Go outside. If it's three floor up the day you know the delight is the only way yeah I'm always so amazed at. Just Barney's redid the entire beauty basement yet. It's gorgeous but delight is it's blue so if you go at a natural eight and you see you can see the founder like what are you looking for. Are you looking forward to disappear on the scan or what are you looking forward to know your have your match. I mean you looking for a column Hala match. I would say that's the most important some women like a very light foundations rustic Joe so women like l'amour coverage so disappearing into the skin yes but but it's not always a few have if you like a thick coverage you know a minor disappeared. Some women like you know coverage with defacement when I'm looking for was differently a column match what I'm struggling with right now. Information Industry is the
The time America invaded Britain
"Was seventeen seventy eight an American ship called the ranger was headed to France. The ranger had two missions I to deliver news of the British surrender at Saratoga. The Americans hoped the victory would persuade King Louis the sixteenth to lend troops to Americans fighting the revolutionary war the second goal cause problems for the British John Paul Jones was the rangers captain tune on his voyage. The ranger sunk brig loaded with flaxseed a schooner filled with barley and oats in a merchant's loop filled with beer but Jones was a fiery ambitious captain. He wanted more than just to sink ships so as he sailed through the Irish Sea he hatched a plan to bring the American revolution to Britain chores specifically to the shores of a town called whitehaven where he'd begun his naval career in the name of the United States Navy Jones decided. He didn't made his home town. That idea of course was met with resistance from his top lieutenants. Jones spent a day on board the ranger trying to convince his men to carry out the rate. Finally thirty men agreed in the wee hours of the morning Jones in his crew paddled the two miles to shore and took a nearby British fort without incident Hay success. Yes another crew launched in a second vote. Their job was to set fire to the ships in the harbor into the town. They veered a bit off course instead of setting fire to the ships as planned the men invaded a tavern and got drunk one crewmen the scape and ran through the village to alert the fire brigade of the coming destruction when the people of Whitehaven woke up and gathered at the docks only one ship hip was on fire Jones posted guards at the end of the dock and threw flaming pinecone into the ship's cargo hold he later wrote that the cargo hold was filled filled with coal and if it caught fire it would've spread well it didn't so his crew piled into a Guinea breath and paddled in the morning daylight back to the ranger taking cannon fire from townspeople while they retreated the ship fire. Meanwhile was easily extinguished. The plot was such a failure but Jones only narrowly avoided a mutiny from his crew but it may be Jones got the last laugh. His operation wasn't a success but it ravaged public opinion of the war in Britain Britain British generals had assured parliament the mainland was safe and humorous some Pesky American landing right on their shores according to revolutionary war or historian Tim McGrath the British papers were furious and as for Jones himself. His legacy has survived through history. You may not remember his his name or his infamous raid but you've probably heard the word. She cried soon. After during a naval battle off the Yorkshire Coast when asked if he wished surrender Jones declared I have not yet begun to fight. That battle ended in victory.
Is Pat McGrath's New Eyeshadow Palette Worth $125?
"There's a new paragraph is shadow paula coming our way yes. It's one of the lodge jewelry box walks style. Pallets are one hundred twenty five domas many money. It's so many money's see. I have no words yeah well. It's gorgeous. I mean it looks absolutely beautiful. It's called the midnight. Sun pilot is ten shades magical bronze wicked violence miskel crimson crimson and got got us gold's. It's multidimensional effects like pallets before there's a couple of shades look very similar. There's that pesky matt black is back back and then these of astral shade although i do love the astros shade which is an ariza's iridescent peachy pink skin tone which just passed beautifully over lots of the different shades. It's gorgeous. I'm wondering if anyone's gonna put it on the christmas list if you're pat mcgrath director. Do you just have to have it. I understand i'm on a yeah no by for september because as i mentioned wedding but this is this is beautiful. There's really gorgeous wearable colors in here which is not something i've always about mcgrath pilots
Amy Mcgrath, Mitch Mcconnell And Brett Kavanaugh discussed on Red Eye Radio
"Amy McGrath said late Wednesday that she would not have voted to confirm Brett cabin on a few wondered who she is she is the challenger to Mitch McConnell and it's really been hyped up the last couple of days but you said late Wednesday that she would not have voted to confirm Brett Kavanaugh to the Supreme Court after all just hours after she told a Kentucky newspaper that she probably would have does supported Kavanaugh's contentious nomination because there was nothing to
Tom Steyer officially announces 2020 presidential bid
"Well for all those were waiting billionaire tom stiers in the twenty twenty race he's a late entry in the democratic presidential primary contest even though the first one of those is until february he made a fortune in finance if you recognize the faces because he spent a fortune plastering the airwaves with his own commercials calling for impeachment for months now rather than donating the other democrats he figures he's now the best canada to be trump as for the democrats the math is simple to win the senate and a point their own majority leader they have to make winning the senate a priority absent that they try to defeat the current majority leader and indeed mitch mcconnell now has a challenger in a very every red state of kentucky he is being taken on back homebuyer marine retired fighter pilot lieutenant colonel amy mcgrath she announced today she intends to deny him seven stern
Mitch Mcconnell, Amy Mcgrath And Senate discussed on Brett Winterble
"Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell has a challenger in his upcoming twenty twenty reelection campaign retired marine fighter pilot Amy McGrath officially unveiled her campaign today McConnell has been in the Senate since nineteen eighty five in the Majority Leader since twenty
"mcgrath" Discussed on KUGN 590 AM
"McGrath is the bands and to have to love. Mark mcgrath. Madame nice guy love is music. And you know, what if that makes me a product of the nineties there? I am. Getting a lot of attention today, Victoria, because apparently he's made this stunning revelation that going death, and that's a pretty big deal. And I think a lot of musicians probably struggle with hearing loss. What's the story with them? Yeah. This is really sad. He said it's it's years and years of being on the road and being two feet behind the symbols and the drums he said, he can no longer hear high frequencies, and he said when he listens to people, and they tell them their names, he said, he just can't hear them anymore. And he said, this is very scary. Obviously he's been performing for twenty years. And he said that his job is hearing. And so he has no idea what the future holds. And he said once you're hearing goes, that's it. You can't repair it. And he said his doctor has basically told him he needs to wear the N ears which looked kind of hearing aids when you see musicians onstage. He said that it's been very hard for him. Because he grew up in a time where no one word in years. They just had a stage a monitor on St.. It was blasting the music at them. And so he said the younger kids now are really lucky because they only use any IRS, which doesn't give you the ambient sounds of the crowd. And he said that's what for him. He really needs to hear the sounds of the crowd there. But you know, he he said he's starting with one ear at a time using the in years, and I remember seeing an interview with Rod Stewart a bunch of years ago, and he said that he would have been death at this point two. If n ears hadn't come around at a time when he was like about to go down the dangerous path of losing his hearing. And and we I think it was last year. We did the story about the singer blanking on his name now from ACDC he's also deaf and can no longer tour, and that's because of just the blasting music every single night makes me wanna turn my headphones down to be honest. I try to keep my headphones at the lowest volume possible where I can still hear you guys. But yeah, it's scary. It is really. Scary. And he's not that old. Mark McGrath only be in his forties. I think so I think. Yeah. Mid to late forties. Maybe probably about that. All right. Well, good thoughts out to him. And hopefully, they'll find at least a way to to stop that progression. All right, continuing on music news on the details show, this one funny now if you weren't death before this will make you. Yeah. That's a great point Carol. We just told you not to listen to music loudly or where those headphones, but screw lex is. It's a band, right? Is this one guy like J producer? Okay. Well, apparently, screw elect songs could protect you from mosquitoes during the summer, it will also protect you from unwanted relatives. Coming to your house. If you blast these loud enough. What's the story with the site? That of this answer now away from Sicher Nellie. You can fight mosquitoes with music. This is the most bizarre story, but I love it. So they found that apparently the effects of electronic music on female mosquitoes, now female, mosquitoes are the only ones that fight. And.
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