17 Burst results for "Michael Hary"

"michael hardy" Discussed on Apocalypse...Now?

Apocalypse...Now?

02:36 min | 1 year ago

"michael hardy" Discussed on Apocalypse...Now?

"It's the as daunting of brand new to shut up here. It is my interview with the very hilarious talented michael. Hardy i keep asking everybody the same frigging questions. But we're all living it. Are you sick of these. Fucking zoom meetings. I am only in that. I don't have a proper like desk setup. So i'm like sitting in front of a dresser so my legs. Oh my god place to go. Is that where you've been doing all of your streams and stuff just on a dresser. Well i've been doing some at a kitchen table. But i also like to stay out of the way in mind. Yeah i live with my partner and you know tying up most of the house with my it never comedy bullshit is not that so yeah sequester myself people that actually have legitimate careers and stuff like that like we. Comedians have to hide in the corner. I am on the dining room table right now. It's where i've been holed up for a few months. He's texting me right now. You can do it in the kitchen. That is not the point. It's totally so when everything started. Did you have to like pick up all these skills and like you're obviously impromptu. Moving your tech all over the place. Oppose it like when everything i happened. Will i think for about a month. I was sad and didn't do anything at all. Then i was like well. We have to like. I don't know do something so in. May we started streaming characters. Welcome shows every week. And so i bought a ring light fine. I think i cut my hair for the first time So people could look at me without being scared. That i was a caveman. Yeah it took a while. And then i also bad at editing and that kind of thing but i've had to learn a little bit because of all the self tapes and you know just a bunch of actor and comedian shit. So i'm not great at it. But i can do. Hey we can only be good so many things. But i was going to say when you get a ring like that's like your official entrance into influence her kingdom. Everyone has to have a ring light exactly and let me talk a little bit about this. Certain brand of leg warmers. That i've been using a wonderful..

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"michael hardy" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

06:18 min | 1 year ago

"michael hardy" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Then there's this so heat rainstorms. Whatever it is, you know when You never know when I should say, But you always know who watched on Skilling weeknights at nine and 10 on W. G and T V news back here with Justin Lombardo from the Chicago Archdiocese. Some like CPS. They have decided to open up the school's for in class learning. And just to clarify their Justin Is that five days a week? Are you splitting it up like hybrid kind of thing? How is that working? That that that may be good news to the parents. But maybe not So much for the students. It is going to be five days a week in class. It's back to when we all grew up, and it was five days. So yes, we believe that the full time option works with our cohort in model and most of our space requirements will allow it. So we're we're going for five days kill time, Okay? And then if there is an infection if someone gets in their plans for that, or what There are very clear procedures again, based on the guidance from local health authorities around that, So our cohort model, which is the notion of you keep the same group of students together. Okay without mixing with other students throw their entire school day. And those those that cohort stays together, not just for the one day that throughout the learning process, they are served primarily by one teacher. And instead of the Children changing for specialized subject, the teachers will change rooms so that that's a critical part of understanding our response. If a child actually becomes ill or or even if the teacher does Based on the guidelines that we have, which are the guidelines that have been then it been accepted by the pope of CDC and seedy P H and I d ph. We would immediately on confirmation that there is a a positive case of a child in a cohort. The cohort would be notified the parents would be notified and the cohort with in quarantine for the next 14 days. Along with the teacher on DH. The teacher would be asked to quarantine as well. And the learning will continue online at that point, so that we don't know that the Children aren't don't miss those 14 days. So we're we're looking at the eventuality of what happened. If each one of those cases by the way will then be reported tracked. And reported to CDP HR I d P age so that we can look, they can look at our data and they were beginning to see a pattern or this is an isolated case because the thing we have to recognize is we don't know where that one individual case may have come from. Where the where that the exposure on the infection happened. So you have to look after you when you're tracing. You look for patterns so they will have that data and we'll stay in in contact with them. Okay? And a cohort again is is what? That's another kid that with that I'm sorry. A cohort is a group of Children. So the court is the group. I apologize. I wasn't clear. But I'm learning on the new terminology. We all are. And my sister's indicator. She always uses stakeholders and Mike. Okay, stakeholders. Okay, That's all they needed to voice their opinions. Cohort is a group. The group of the group of the students right in this case, So we're looking at courts around roughly 20 to 24 people, 20 kids in it, and they're the group that will stay together for their learning back in the day. I don't know when I was educated in primary school. We didn't change classrooms, so it would have been everybody that was in the class for us, we would have been the court. So it's the group. You stay with him Learn with that on DK and people find all this information somewhere someplace. Yes, it's the The plan is up on the website for the archdiocese, which is Art Chicago, www dot Chicago dot org's and they can see what our plan is. It's also been distributed to all our principles all be pastors of our parishes. Tom have the information, so it's readily available for people to look at. All right? We're going to go the phones here and talk to people, but I did want to ask you this one. Question seven await, asked Mr Lombardo about Catholic high schools in the archdiocese. I believe they have a different plan from the parish schools Bill in Maquina. Right. They are. They are different on one of the things we need to recognize. They may be a Catholic school within the confines of the archdiocese, but they are run under a separate under separate governance. So each one of the Catholic high school with one I think there's one or two exceptions that are related to a parish. But most of them are independent bodies, and they have the option to have different plans than than we have for the Archduke. All right, Justin. Thanks for thanks for joining us and laying out some of those plans. People confined that on the archdiocese website. I assume with all the details if they want to get awesome stuff. Thank you. Thank you, Justin Lombardo. There he's the Chief human resource is staff development officer with the archdiocese. Let's go. The phones here. Let's see, Marie, You are a teacher at a Catholic school, right? Yeah. Yeah, I think I've been teaching for 28 years and I dedicated my life to the school system. And my concern is one that's a little bit different than some of the smaller schools. I'm in a large school. We have more than 650 kids and my cohort. I understand cause I read the whole 23 page proposal. And I'm on my school's chief Michael Hardy, 24 Children and I've been to my classroom and I cannot get my duck any further apartment two feet apart, And I'm just that's just scary because I've given my life I'm afraid. That's what's gonna happen. I'm gonna end up getting my life because we're going to have an outbreak. Have you voices concern me? Is this the kind of thing that you've you've brought up to anybody? Is there the forum for that to happen? Well, you know what? It's sort of halfway John because the letters that came out to us told us to talk to our principle and that the principles would take into consideration our fears and you know, that's one of my principal is wonderful. She worked the entire summer. To try to get a back to school, and she's working her butt off and really all he did with the hand the CDC guidelines to the school and they said, try to make it work for you guys..

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"michael hardy" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

06:29 min | 2 years ago

"michael hardy" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"Of the show for a long time Michael hardy is such such a precious part of this he is the author of unknown America and the provider of this website he's got a podcast and what he does is he talks about listen to this and I'm not America alone you'll learn why portraits of the declaration of independence are completely wrong I mean the rate leveling stately the slave is sued for her freedom and one wonderful during this trial African American black history month about the slave is super freedom and who really invented the airplane that goes back to my home state of Ohio or maybe not Michael Hart welcome back to America trends thanks for having me Amy and I gotta tell you it's a big day for me because in fifteen years of doing some form of talk radio or political commentary I've never been referred to was precious never referred to as a precious well you know I I first read when we were talking about having you on here on the front your website it says cranky Christian conservative and he just might throw something yeah it typically is a fit or ran one of my caffeine induced rants because right my program is live from seven o'clock in the morning until nine local time and I'm not a morning person it was basically the kind of work that time of day where you don't have a job but you know I get up I get I get it intravenous line a caffeine going into me I walk out the door take it to the studio and I got a pot of coffee in me but I hit my second break you and I should do a thing on ancestry because I bet we're related I'm not a morning person either but when I saw the you will throw things in your cranky conservative Christian I said well he's a he's a show and we should have won every week a little bit inside baseball real quick I think I doubt that Laura Ingram she was broadcasting it on time and I was actually with her and I was in the studio weather at all the air Larkin throw extreme fits she's got paper flying she's regular people up they got a brand new talk radio I was I guess is the way it's done that's what I've been doing it that way ever since are pale and I know doctor Gina who was the premier host of this program America trends you gave her her first job in radio back in the day today I talked to her today you did out it we're just so pleased to have you still affiliated because it's all in the family we just really love it so I I just don't know I wouldn't leave it up to you because you are on the front lines of what's going on in that area what your callers had to say we finally have numbers enter my what the people are saying we need to pre canvas we're not taking them seriously so now we have the New Hampshire primary and then Joe Biden taking off candy last much longer well he's still polling very well in the first place nationally I think we're going to have to wait and see what happens in South Carolina in fairness to creepy job pretty much knew he wasn't going to do a whole lot in New Hampshire that somewhat of a long shot now the polls are there still open but what's funny is that some of the polling places in New Hampshire are so small that when they reach a hundred percent turnout that is close to our clothes in the clock this morning with one percent of vote actually being touted this point AB club jars actually in the lead but we're gonna have to wait and see if she's a command second third or whatever the case may be buys that could do anything here but the real issue provide is can he find race what I find really interesting is considered worries from but is not doing very well in the New England states and in the you know across the board and so will he last saw Carolina the financiers can be the ones to make that determination but ability judging standards continue down the pathway and and Amy Klobuchar comes along war is not going to well up there are these days platforms not taken root so it's going to be engine to see how much longer he can go over to comment on the air today he's got the money he's got the time else to do so why not just keep campaigning yeah yeah well on you know Warren had a little missed out when she was basically saying you know to the stage show speaking to it's up to you but she called New Hampshire Massachusetts and stad they all seem to be getting a little fatigued and you know that really that really matters because being president it is not a it's not a job that you know you need a lot of energy and president trump we always talk about are we getting our money's worth because he doesn't need a lot of sleep and he just seems to have endless energy for someone who's what is the seventy seventy one all right right and you know it's interesting it is that it's one thing for the president to not remember or even know for that matter with the Kansas City Chiefs play my mother lives in New Hampshire and and my sister actually was already up the staff of in in in the new haven Connecticut it's all my family's from my part of the world muchos basically from New York but the point is is that there's a real distinct vision of themselves up there it was being the original colonies they have a very unique identity and attitude to misstep like that's a big deal for war yeah she she tried to cover it but I mean what do you do I also found Michael I don't want to pick on or too much because they're they're equal pickings to go around but she didn't say I'm not beholden to anyone I'm telling you things because I believe in them but she has been caught in so many lives and how it is this is been reported on even by the mainstream media how does she get past that that's what well I don't I don't think this you guys and you know an industry report that came out today is that Democrats are suffering from a lack of love from the from the left wing media their ideas they've got blood in the water they're upset about Iowa they're upset that nobody really seems to be taking charge of this particular race they're upset that binds not getting into the traction that they hope that he would and Elizabeth Warren if they decide to make her into a political pariah and they might should go down real quick because she is a pathological liar I'm amazed you got nothing on Hillary Clinton but she is a pathological liar and she gets caught time and time and time again she takes money from big donors she takes money from special interest groups G. get no money from the Indian casinos always not the ones in Alabama but you know at the end of the day the woman can't tell straight lines and what she came in fifth in Pocahontas county and I wasn't able to the hottest county how pretty is that its precious but the guys in the control.

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"michael hardy" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

05:22 min | 2 years ago

"michael hardy" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"Of the show for a long time Michael hardy is such such a precious part of this he is the author of unknown America and the provider of this website he's got a podcast and what he does is he talks about this notice and I'm not America alone you'll learn why portraits of the declaration of independence are completely wrong I mean the rate leveling stately the slave is sued for her freedom and one wonderful during this African American black history month about the slave this is for freedom and who really invented the airplane that goes back to my home state of Ohio or maybe not Michael Hart welcome back to America trends thanks for having me AB and I got to say it's a big day for me because in fifteen years of doing some form of talk radio or political commentary I've never been referred to was precious never referred to as a precious well you know what I first read when we were talking about having you on here on the for any website it says cranky Christian conservative and he just might throw something yeah it typically is a fit or ran one of my caffeine induced rants because right my program is live from seven o'clock in the morning until nine local time and I'm not a morning person it was basically the kind of work that time of day where you don't have a job but you know I get up again I doubt it intravenous line a caffeine going to be a walk out the door take it to the studio and I got a pot of coffee in me but I hit my second break you and I should do a thing on ancestry because I bet we're related I'm not a morning person either but when I saw the you will throw things in your cranky conservative Christian I said well he's a he's a show and we should have won every week a little bit inside baseball real quick I think I doctor Laura Ingram she was broadcasting it on time and I was actually with her and I was in the studio whether at all of the air Larkin throw extreme fits she's got paper flying she's regular people don't think I'm a brand new talk radio I was I guess is the way it's done that's what I've been doing it that way ever since Serra Pailin and I know doctor Gina who was the premier host of this program America trends you gave her her first job in radio back in the day Jesus today hi I talked to her today you did all it we're just so pleased to have you still affiliated because it's all in the family we just really love it so I I just don't know I wouldn't leave it up to you because you are on the front lines of what's going on in that area what your callers had to say we finally have numbers enter my what the people are saying we need to pre canvas we're not taking them seriously so now we have the New Hampshire primary and then Joe Biden taking off candy last much longer well he's still polling very well first place nationally I think we're going to have to wait and see what happens in South Carolina in fairness to creepy job pretty much knew he wasn't going to do a whole lot in New Hampshire that somewhat of a long shot now the polls are there still open but what's funny is that some of the polling places in New Hampshire are so small that when they reach a hundred percent turnout they disclose couple were close in the clock this morning with one percent of the vote actually being touted to this point A. B. club jars actually in the lead but we're gonna have to wait and see if she's a command second third or whatever the case may be buys that could do anything here but the real issue for five years can he find race what I find really interesting is considered worries from but is not doing very well in the New England states and I ended you know across the board and so will he last saw Carolina the financiers can be the ones to make that determination but a bit of judging standards continue down the path where I in any club chart comes along Warren's not pulling too well up there either these days platforms not taken root so it's going to be engine to see how much longer he can go over to comment on the air today he's got the money he's got the time else to do so why not just keep campaigning yeah yeah well you know Warren had a little miss staffed one she was basically saying you know to the stage show speaking to it's up to you but she called New Hampshire Massachusetts and stad they all seem to be getting a little fatigued and you know that really that really matters because being president it is not a it's not a job that you know you need a lot of energy and president trump we always talk about are we getting our money's worth because he doesn't need a lot of sleep and he just seems to have endless energy for someone who is what is the seventy seventy one all right right and you know it's interesting it is that it's one thing for the president to not remember or even know for that matter with the Kansas City Chiefs play my mother lives in New Hampshire and and my sister actually was already up the staff of in in in the new haven Connecticut it's all my family's from my part of the world muchos basically from New York but the point is is that there's a real distinct vision of themselves up there that was being the original colonies they have a very unique identity and attitude to misstep like that's a big deal for ward yeah she she tried to cover it but I mean what do you do I also found Michael I don't want to pick on or too much because they're they're equal pickings to go around but she didn't say I'm not beholden to anyone I'm telling you things because I believe in them but she has been caught in so many lives.

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"michael hardy" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

06:33 min | 2 years ago

"michael hardy" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"Of the show for a long time Michael hardy is such such a precious part of this he is the author of unknown America and the provider of this website he's got a podcast and what he does is he talks about this notice and I'm not America alone you'll learn why portraits of the declaration of independence are completely wrong I mean the rate leveling stately the slave is sued for her freedom and one wonderful during this African American black history month about the slave the server freedom and who really invented the airplane that goes back to my home state of Ohio or maybe not Michael Hart welcome back to America trends thanks for having me Amy and I gotta tell you it's a big day for me because in fifteen years of doing some form of talk radio or political commentary I've never been referred to was precious never referred to as a precious well you know I I first read when we were talking about having you on here on the front your website it says cranky Christian conservative and he just might throw something yeah it typically is a fit or ran one of my caffeine induced rants because right my program is live from seven o'clock in the morning until nine local time and I'm not a morning person it was basically the kind of work that time today you have a job but you know I get up I get I get it intravenous line a caffeine going to be a walk out the door take it to the studio and I got a pot of coffee in me but I hit my second break you and I should do a thing on ancestry because I bet we're related I'm not a morning person either but when I saw the you will throw things in your cranky conservative Christian I said well he's a he's a show and we should have won every week a little bit inside baseball real quick I think I doctor Laura Ingram she was broadcasting it on time and I was actually with her and I was in the studio whether at all the air Larkin throw extreme fits she's got paper flying she's regular people don't think I'm a brand new talk radio I was I guess is the way it's done that's what I've been doing it that way ever since Halen and I know doctor Gina who was the premier host of this program America trends you gave her her first job in radio back in the day Jesus today I talked to her today you did out it we're just so pleased to have you still affiliated because it's all in the family we just really love it so I I just don't know I wouldn't leave it up to you because you are on the front lines of what's going on in that area what your callers have to say we finally have numbers enter my what the people are saying we need to pre canvas we're not taking them seriously so now we have the New Hampshire primary and then Joe Biden taking off candy last much longer well he's still polling very well in the first place nationally I think we're going to have to wait and see what happens in South Carolina in fairness to creepy job pretty much knew he wasn't going to do a whole lot in New Hampshire that somewhat of a long shot now the polls are there still open but what's funny is that some of the polling places in New Hampshire are so small that when they reach a hundred percent turnout is close couple were close in the clock this morning with one percent of the vote to actually be in town at this point Amy Klobuchar's actually in the lead but we're gonna have to wait and see if she's a command second third or whatever the case may be by is that gonna do anything here but the real issue provide is can he find race what I find really interesting consideration from but is not doing very well in the New England states and I ended you know across the board and so will he last South Carolina the financiers can be the ones to make that determination but a bit of judging standards continue down the pathway and and Amy Klobuchar comes along Warren's not pulling too well up there either these days platforms not taken root so it's going to be engine to see how much longer he can go over to comment on the air today he's got the money he's got the time else to do so why not just keep campaigning yeah yeah well you know Warren had a little miss staff when she was basically saying you know to the stage show speaking to it's up to you but she called New Hampshire Massachusetts and stad they all seem to be getting a little fatigued and you know that really that really matters because being president it is not a it's not a job that you know you need a lot of energy and president trump we always talk about are we getting our money's worth because he doesn't need a lot of sleep and he just seems to have endless energy for someone who is what is the seventy seventy one all right right and you know it's interesting it is that it's one thing for the president to not remember or even know for that matter with the Kansas City Chiefs play my mother lives in New Hampshire and and my sister actually was already up the staff of in in in the new haven Connecticut it's all my family's from my part of the world muchos basically from New York but the point is is that there's a real distinct vision of themselves up there it was being the original colonies they have a very unique identity and attitude to misstep like that's a big deal for war yeah she she tried to cover it but I mean what do you do I also found Michael I don't want to pick on or too much because they're they're equal pickings to go around but she didn't say I'm not beholden to anyone I'm telling you things because I believed in them but she has been caught in so many lives and how it is this is been reported on even by the mainstream media how does she get past that that's what well I don't I don't think that you guys and you know an industry report that came out today is that Democrats are suffering from a lack of love from the from the left wing media their ideas they've got blood in the water they're upset about Iowa they're upset that nobody really seems to be taking charge of this particular race they're upset that binds not getting into the traction that they hope that he would and Elizabeth Warren if if they decide to make her into a political pariah and may might should go down real quick because she is a pathological liar I'm amazed you got nothing on Hillary Clinton but she is a pathological liar and she gets caught time and time and time again she takes money from big donors she takes money from special interest groups G. get no money from the Indian casinos always not the ones in Alabama but you know at the end of the day the woman can't tell straight lines and what she came in fifth in Pocahontas county and I was the hottest county how pretty is that is precious but we got him again from you even got them right there Michael but there are a.

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"michael hardy" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

08:20 min | 2 years ago

"michael hardy" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"And this talk radio I mainly solar our friend of the show for a long time Michael hardy is such such a precious part of this he is the author of unknown America and the provider of this website he's got a podcast and what he does is he talks about listen to this and I'm not America alone you'll learn why portraits of the declaration of independence are completely wrong I mean the rate leveling stately the slave is sued for her freedom and one wonderful during this African American black history month about the slave a server freedom and who really invented the airplane that goes back to my home state of Ohio or maybe not Michael Hart welcome back to America trends thanks for having me Amy and I gotta tell you it's a big day for me because in fifteen years of doing some form of talk radio or political commentary I've never been referred to was precious never referred to as a precious well you know what I first read when we were talking about having you on here on the front your website it says cranky Christian conservative and he just might throw something yeah it typically is a fit or ran one of my caffeine induced rants because right my program is live from seven o'clock in the morning until nine local time and I'm not a morning person it was basically the kind of work that time of day where you don't have a job but you know I get up again I doubt it intravenous line a caffeine going into me I walk out the door taking in the studio and I got a pot of coffee in me but I hit my second break you and I should do a thing on ancestry because I bet we're related I'm not a morning person either but when I saw the you will throw things in your cranky conservative Christian I said well he's a he's a show and we should have won every week a little bit inside baseball real quick I think I dont Laura Ingram she was broadcasting it on time and I was actually with her and I was in the studio whether at all the air Larkin throw extreme fits she's got paper flying she's regular people don't they got a brand new talk radio I was I guess is the way it's done that but I've been doing it that way ever since Serra Pailin and I know doctor Gina who was the premier host of this program America trends you gave her her first job in radio back in the day today I talked to her today you did out it we're just so pleased to have you still affiliated because it's all in the family we just really love it so I just don't know I wouldn't leave it up to you because you are on the front lines of what's going on in that area what your callers had to say we finally have numbers enter my what the people are saying we need to pre canvas we're not taking them seriously so now we have the New Hampshire primary and then Joe Biden taking off candy last much longer well he's still polling very well it was the first place nationally I think we're going to have to wait and see what happens in South Carolina in fairness to creepy job pretty much knew he wasn't going to do a whole lot in New Hampshire that somewhat of a long shot now the polls are there still open but what's funny is that some of the polling places in New Hampshire are so small that when they reach a hundred percent turnout they disclose couple were close in the clock this morning with one percent of the vote to actually be in town at this point Amy Klobuchar's actually in the lead but we're gonna have to wait and see if she's a command second third or whatever the case may be by this not gonna do anything here but the real issue provide is can he find race what I find really interesting is considered worries from but is not doing very well in the New England states and I in the you know across the board and so will he last South Carolina the financiers can be the ones to make that determination but a bit of judging standards continue down the path where I in any club chart comes along war is not going to well up there either these days platforms not taken root so it's going to be engine to see how much longer he can go over to comment on the air today he's got the money he's got the time else to do so why not just keep campaigning yeah yeah well you know Warren had a little messed up when she was basically saying you know to the stage show speaking to it's up to you but she called New Hampshire Massachusetts and stad they all seem to be getting a little fatigued and you know that really that really matters because being president it is not a it's not a job that you know you need a lot of energy and president trump we always talk about are we getting our money's worth because he doesn't need a lot of sleep and he just seems to have endless energy for someone who is what is the seventy seventy one all right right and you know it's interesting it is that it's one thing for the president to not remember or even know for that matter with the Kansas City Chiefs flight my mother lives in New Hampshire and and my sister actually was already up the staff of in in in the new haven Connecticut it's all my family's from my part of the world muchos basically from New York but the point is is that there's a real distinct vision of themselves up there it was being the original colonies they have a very unique identity and attitude to misstep like that's a big deal for ward yeah she she tried to cover it but I mean what do you do I also found Michael I don't want to pick on or too much because they're they're equal pickings to go around but she didn't say I'm not beholden to anyone I'm telling you things because I believed in them but she has been caught in so many lies and how it is this is been reported on even by the mainstream media how does she get past that that's what I don't I don't I don't think that you guys and you know an industry report that came out today is that Democrats are suffering from a lack of love from the from the left wing media their ideas they've got blood in the water they're upset about Iowa they're upset and nobody really seems to be taking charge of this particular race they're upset that binds not getting into the traction that they hope that he would and Elizabeth Warren if if they decide to make her into a political pariah and may might should go down real quick because she is a pathological liar I'm amazed you got nothing on Hillary Clinton but she is a pathological liar and she gets caught time and time and time again she takes money from big donors she takes money from special interest groups G. get no money from the Indian casinos always not the ones in Alabama but you know at the end of the day the woman can't tell straight line and what she came in fifth in Pocahontas county and I was the hottest county how pretty is that is precious the guys in the control I mean you even got them right there Michael but there are a few other things her saying that her she heard what our family worked as a general brother came out to stop saying that it's not true her native American heritage she has last native American blood in her than the average white American walking around today and and then there's the other thing where she helped she helped form the bankruptcy laws for the United States a few years back and then she made money helping corporations get around those laws I can't think of one thing she's done and I'm trying to see this from a very neutral point of view they'll make you say this woman has our best interest at heart or the American's best interests or anyone besides our very own I don't get it that legal organization that you're speaking out she still consults to she used to be the vice president a one point time is she still very much on the inside of that group but you know it's it's like it's like me telling people that I'm I'm part Latino because I preferred to Seki over corona you know what some of the stupidest thing I've ever heard in your entire life and it's it's it's sad and I'm feeling bad for the Democrats I really am because you know I I'm like a good fight every once in a while I'm not getting a good fight I'm sick and tired of winning I'm sick and tired of going to the office every single day and having Moby liberals call into my program I can't get a foot in on anything Donald trump keeps winning every day keeps doing the right thing the Democrats the Democrats broke I don't wa I mean give me a break it's just so either easy to say you can't even you know take care of a caucus how are you going to run the country and then we have then we have James Carville up Mary at the time I don't know the young man's remember this but he was a top.

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"michael hardy" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

08:55 min | 2 years ago

"michael hardy" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"Our friend of the show for a long time Michael hardy is such such a precious part of this he is the author of unknown America and the provider of this website he's got a podcast and what he does is he talks about illness and I'm not America alone you'll learn why portraits of the declaration of independence are completely wrong I mean the rate leveling stately the slave is sued for her freedom and one wonderful during this African American black history month about the slave this is for freedom and who really invented the airplane that goes back to my home state of Ohio or maybe not Michael Hart welcome back to America trends thanks for having me Amy and I gotta tell you it's a big day for me because in fifteen years of doing some form of talk radio or political commentary I've never been referred to was precious never referred to as a precious well you know what I first read when we were talking about having you on here on the front you website it says cranky Christian conservative and he just might throw something yeah it typically is a fit or ran one of my caffeine induced rants because right my program is live from seven o'clock in the morning until nine local time and I'm not a morning person it was basically the kind of work that time of day where you don't have a job but you know I get up I get I get it intravenous line a caffeine going to be a walk out the door thank you to the studio and I got a pot of coffee in me but I hit my second right you and I should do a thing on ancestry because I bet we're related I'm not a morning person either but when I saw the you will throw things in your cranky conservative Christian I said what he said he was sure we should have won every week a little bit inside baseball real quick I think I doctor Laura Ingram she was broadcasting it on time and I was actually with her and I was in the studio whether at all of the air Larkin throw extreme fits she's got paper flying she's regular people don't think I'm a brand new talk radio I was I guess is the way it's done that's what I've been doing it that way ever since Serra Pailin and I know doctors Gina who was the premier host of this program America trends you gave her her first job in radio back in the day Jesus today hi I talked to her today you did all it we're just so pleased to have you still affiliated because it's all in the family we just really love it so I I just don't know I wouldn't leave it up to you because you are on the front lines of what's going on in that area what your callers had to say we finally have numbers enter my what the people are saying we need to pre canvas we're not taking them seriously so now we have the New Hampshire primary and then Joe Biden taking off candy last much longer well he's still polling very well in the first place nationally I think we're going to have to wait and see what happens in South Carolina in fairness to creepy job pretty much knew he wasn't going to do a whole lot in New Hampshire that somewhat of a long shot now the polls are there still open but what's funny is that some of the polling places in New Hampshire are so small that when they reach a hundred percent turnout they disclose couple were close in the clock this morning with one percent of the vote to actually be in town at this point Amy Klobuchar's actually in the lead but we're gonna have to wait and see if she's a command second third or whatever the case may be buys that could do anything here but the real issue provide is can he find race what I find really interesting is considered worries from but is not doing very well in the New England states and I ended you know across the board and so will he last South Carolina the financiers can be the ones to make that determination but a bit of judging standards continue down the path where I in any club chart comes along Warren's not pulling too well up there either these days platforms not taken root so it's going to be engine to see how much longer he can go over to comment on the air today he's got the money he's got the time else to do so why not just keep campaigning yeah yeah well on you know Warren had a little miss staffed one she was basically saying you know to the stage show speaking to it's up to you but she called New Hampshire Massachusetts and stad they all seem to be getting a little fatigued and you know that really that really matters because speaking president it is not a it's not a job that you know you need a lot of energy and president trump we always talk about are we getting our money's worth because he doesn't need a lot of sleep and he just seems to have endless energy for someone who's what is the seventy seventy one all right right and you know it's interesting it is that it's one thing for the president to not remember or even know for that matter with the Kansas City Chiefs play my mother lives in New Hampshire and and my sister actually was already up the staff of in in in the new haven Connecticut and so all my family's from that part of the world muchos basically from New York but the point is is that there's a real distinct vision of themselves up there that was being the original colonies they have a very unique identity and attitude to misstep like that's a big deal for war yeah she she tried to cover it but I mean what do you do I also found Michael I don't want to pick on or too much because they're they're equal pickings to go around but she didn't say I'm not beholden to anyone I'm telling you things because I believe in them but she has been caught in so many lives and how it is this is been reported on even by the mainstream media how does she get past that that's what well I don't I don't think that you guys and you know an industry report that came out today is that Democrats are suffering from a lack of love from the from the left wing media their ideas they've got blood in the water they're upset about Iowa they're upset that nobody really seems to be taking charge of this particular race they're upset that binds not getting into the traction that they hope that he would and Elizabeth Warren if if they decide to make her into a political pariah and may might should go down real quick because she is a pathological liar I mean she got nothing on Hillary Clinton but she is a pathological liar and she gets caught time and time and time again she takes money from big donors she takes money from special interest groups G. get no money from the Indian casinos always not the ones in Alabama but you know at the end of the day the woman can't tell straight line and what she came in fifth in Pocahontas county and I was the hottest county how pretty is that is precious but the guys in the control room even got them right there Michael but there are a few other things her saying that her she heard what our family worked as a general brother came out and said stop saying that it's not true her native American heritage she has last native American blood in her than the average white American walking around today and and then there's the other thing where she helped she helped form the bankruptcy laws for the United States a few years back and then she made money helping corporations get around those laws I can't think of one thing she's done and I'm trying to see this from a very neutral point of view they'll make you say this woman has our best interest at heart or the American's best interests or anyone besides our very own I don't get it that legal organization that you're speaking out she still consults to she used to be the vice president a one point time is she still very much on the inside of that group but you know it's it's like it's like me telling people that I'm I'm part with Tina because I prefer to Seki over corona you know what some of the stupidest thing I've ever heard in your entire life and it's it's it's sad and I'm feeling bad for the Democrats I really am because you know I I'm like a good fight every once in a while I'm not getting a good fight I'm sick and tired of winning I'm sick and tired of going to the office every single day and having Moby liberals call into my program I can't get a footing on anything Donald trump keeps winning every day keeps doing the right thing the Democrats the Democrats broke a law I mean give me a break it's just so either easy to say you can't even you know take care of a caucus how are you going to run the country and then we have then we have James Karbala Mary at the time I don't know the young man's remember this but he was a top Clinton operatives use on the people that made things go around are we closer to fifty seven you guys okay Carmel that talking about this is a call I don't want to be part of a cold even he's speaking out all this money going to talk to you again in a couple days thank you so much to keep us posted as Americans around you are saying because this is what it's all about thank you so much thanks very it's weird I don't get shampoo the first half of the word a sham and the second part you definitely don't want to see in the shower that's what I mean open word tion the feeling of.

America Michael hardy
"michael hardy" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

08:19 min | 2 years ago

"michael hardy" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"And this talk radio I mainly solar our friend of the show for a long time Michael hardy is such such a precious part of this he is the author of unknown America and the provider of this website he's got a podcast and what he does is he talks about illness and I'm not America alone you'll learn why portraits of the declaration of independence are completely wrong I mean the rate leveling stately the slave is sued for her freedom and one wonderful during this African American black history month about the slave this is for freedom and who really invented the airplane that goes back to my home state of Ohio or maybe not Michael Hart welcome back to America trends thanks for having me Amy and I gotta tell you it's a big day for me because in fifteen years of doing some form of talk radio or political commentary I've never been referred to as precious never referred to as a precious well you know what I first read when we were talking about having you on here on the for any website it says cranky Christian conservative and he just might throw something yeah it typically is a fit or ran one of my caffeine induced rants because right my program is live from seven o'clock in the morning until nine local time and I'm not a morning person it was basically the kind of work that time of day where you don't have a job you know I get up I get I get it intravenous line a caffeine going to be a walk out the door taking in the studio and I got a pot of coffee in me but I hit my second break you and I should do a thing on ancestry because I bet we're related I'm not a morning person either but when I saw the you will throw things in your cranky conservative Christian I said well he's a he's a sure we should have won every week a little bit inside baseball real quick I think I dont Laura Ingram she was broadcasting it on time and I was actually with her and I was in the studio whether at all of the air Larkin throw extreme fits she's got paper flying she's regular people don't think I'm a brand new talk radio I was I guess is the way it's done that but I've been doing it that way ever since Serra Pailin and I know doctor Gina who was the premier host of this program America trends you gave her her first job in radio back in the day Jesus today I talked to her today you did out and we're just so pleased to have you still affiliated because it's all in the family we just really love it so I just don't know I would leave it up to you because you are on the front lines of what's going on in that area what your callers have to say we finally have numbers enter my what the people are saying we need to pre canvas we're not taking them seriously so now we have the New Hampshire primary and then Joe Biden taking off candy last much longer well he's still polling very well first place nationally I think we're going to have to wait and see what happens in South Carolina in fairness to creepy job pretty much knew he wasn't going to do a whole lot in New Hampshire that somewhat of a long shot now the polls are there still open but what's funny is that some of the polling places in New Hampshire are so small that when they reach a hundred percent turnout they disclose couple were close in the clock this morning with one percent of the vote to actually be in town at this point A. B. club jars actually in the lead but we're gonna have to wait and see if she's a command second third or whatever the case may be five is not gonna do anything here but the real issue provide me is can he find race what I find really interesting is considered worries from but is not doing very well in the New England states and in the you know across the board and so will he last South Carolina the financiers can be the ones to make that determination but a bit of judging standards continue down the pathway and and Amy Klobuchar comes along war is not going to well up there either these days platforms not taken root so it's going to be in to see how much longer he can go over to comment on the air today he's got the money he's got the time else to do so why not just keep campaigning yeah yeah well you know Warren had a little miss staffed one she was basically saying you know to the stage show speaking to it's up to you but she called New Hampshire Massachusetts and stad they all seem to be getting a little fatigued and you know that really that really matters because being president it is not a it's not a job that you know you need a lot of energy and president trump we always talk about are we getting our money's worth because he doesn't need a lot of sleep and he just seems to have endless energy for someone who's what is the seventy seventy one all right right and you know it's interesting it is that it's one thing for the president to not remember or even know for that matter with the Kansas City Chiefs play my mother lives in New Hampshire and and my sister actually was already up the staff of in in in the new haven Connecticut and so all my family's from my part of the world muchos basically from New York but the point is is that there's a real distinct vision of themselves up there it was being the original colonies they have a very unique identity and attitude to misstep like that's a big deal for war yeah she she tried to cover it but I mean what do you do I also sell Michael I don't want to pick on or too much because they're they're equal pickings to go around but she did say I'm not beholden to anyone I'm telling you things because I believe in them but she has been caught in so many lies and how it is this is been reported on even by the mainstream media how does she get past that well I don't I don't think that you guys and you know an industry report that came out today is the Democrats are suffering from a lack of love from the from the left wing media their ideas they've got blood in the water they're upset about Iowa they're upset that nobody really seems to be taking charge of this particular race they're upset that binds not getting into the traction that they hope that he would and Elizabeth Warren if if they decide to make her into a political pariah and they might should go down real quick because she is a pathological liar I mean she got nothing on Hillary Clinton but she is a pathological liar and she gets caught time and time and time again she takes money from big donors she takes money from special interest groups G. get no money from the Indian casinos always not the ones in Alabama but you know at the end of the day the woman can't tell straight lines and what she came in fifth in Pocahontas county and I want to look at the hottest county how pretty is that is precious but I think I'm a good problem you've got them right there Michael but there are a few other things her saying that her if she'd heard what our family worked as a general brother came out to stop saying that it's not true her native American heritage she has last native American blood in her than the average white American walking around today and and then there's the other thing where she helped she helped form the bankruptcy laws for the United States a few years back and then she made money helping corporations get around those laws I can't think of one thing she's done and I'm trying to see this from a very neutral point of view they'll make you say this woman has our best interest at heart or the American's best interest or anyone besides our very own I don't get it that legal organization that you're speaking out she still consults to she used to be the vice president a one point time is she still very much on the inside of that group but you know it's it's like it's like me telling people that I'm I'm part with Tina because I preferred to Seki over corona you know what some of the stupidest thing I've ever heard in your entire life and it's it's it's sad and I'm feeling bad for the Democrats I really am because you know I I'm like a good fight every once in a while I'm not getting a good fight I'm sick and tired of winning I'm sick and tired of going to the office every single day and having Moby liberals call into my program I can't get a footing on anything Donald trump keeps winning every day keeps doing the right thing the Democrats the Democrats broke I don't wa I mean give me a break it's just so either easy to say you can't even you know take care of a caucus how are you going to run the country and then we have then we have James Carville Mary at the time I don't know the young man's remember this but he was a top Clinton.

America Michael hardy
"michael hardy" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

08:16 min | 2 years ago

"michael hardy" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"Of the show for a long time Michael hardy is such such a precious part of this he is the author of unknown America and the purveyor of this website he's got a podcast and what he does is he talks about listen to this and I'm not America alone you'll learn why portraits of the declaration of independence are completely wrong I mean the rate leveling stately the slave is sued for her freedom and one wonderful during this African American black history month about the slaves of our freedom and who really invented the airplane that goes back to my home state of Ohio or maybe not Michael Hart welcome back to America trends thanks for having me Amy and I gotta tell you it's a big day for me because in fifteen years of doing some form of talk radio or political commentary I've never been referred to as precious never referred to as a precious well you know I I first read when we were talking about having you on here on the for any website it says cranky Christian conservative and he just might throw something yeah it typically is a fit or ran one of my caffeine induced rants because right my program is live from seven o'clock in the morning until nine local time and I'm not a morning person it was basically the kind of work that time today you have a job but you know I get up I get I get it intravenous line a caffeine going to be a walk out the door taking in the studio and I got a pot of coffee in the last time I had my second break you and I should do a thing on ancestry because I bet we're related I'm not a morning person either but when I saw the you will throw things in your cranky conservative Christian I said what he said he was sure we should have won every week a little bit inside baseball real quick I think I doubt that Laura Ingram she was broadcasting it on time and I was actually with her and I was in the studio whether at all of the air Larkin throw extreme fits she's got paper flying she's regular people don't think I'm a brand new talk radio I was I guess is the way it's done that's what I've been doing it that way ever since Halen and I know doctor Gina who was the premier host of this program America trends you gave her her first job in radio back in the day Jesus today hi I talked to her today you did out and we're just so pleased to have you still affiliated because it's all in the family we just really love it so I just don't know I wouldn't leave it up to you because you are on the front lines of what's going on in that area what your callers had to say we finally have numbers enter my what the people are saying we need to pre canvas we're not taking them seriously so now we have the New Hampshire primary and then Joe Biden taking off candy last much longer well he's still polling very well in the first place nationally I think we're going to have to wait and see what happens in South Carolina in fairness to creepy job pretty much knew he wasn't going to do a whole lot in New Hampshire that somewhat of a long shot now the polls are there still open but what's funny is that some of the polling places in New Hampshire are so small that when they reach a hundred percent turnout they disclose couple were close in the clock this morning with one percent of the vote to actually be in town at this point Amy Klobuchar's actually in the lead but we're gonna have to wait and see if she's a command second third or whatever the case may be buys that could do anything here but the real issue provide me is can he find race what I find really interesting consideration from is not doing very well in the New England states and I ended you know across the board and so will he last South Carolina the financiers can be the ones to make that determination but a bit of judging standards continue down the pathway and and Amy Klobuchar comes along Warren's not pulling too well up there are these days platforms not taken root so it's going to be engine to see how much longer he can go over to comment on the air today he's got the money he's got the time else to do so why not just keep campaigning yeah yeah well you know Warren had a little miss staff when she was basically saying you know to the stage show speaking to it's up to you but she called New Hampshire Massachusetts and stad they all seem to be getting a little fatigued and you know that really that really matters because being president it is not a it's not a job that you know you need a lot of energy and president trump we always talk about are we getting our money's worth because he doesn't need a lot of sleep and he just seems to have endless energy for someone who's what is the seventy seventy one all right right and you know it's interesting it is that it's one thing for the president to not remember or even know for that matter with the Kansas City Chiefs play my mother lives in New Hampshire and and my sister actually was already up the staff of in in in the new haven Connecticut it's all my family's from that part of the world muchos basically from New York but the point is is that there's a real distinct vision of themselves up there it was being the original colonies they have a very unique identity and attitude to misstep like that's a big deal for war yeah she she tried to cover it but then what do you do I also found Michael I don't want to pick on or too much because they're they're equal pickings to go around but she did say I'm not beholden to anyone I'm telling you things because I believed in them but she has been caught in so many lives and how it is this is been reported on even by the mainstream media how does she get past that that's what well I don't I don't think that you guys and you know an industry report that came out today is that Democrats are suffering from a lack of love from the from the left wing media their ideas they've got blood in the water they're upset about Iowa they're upset that nobody really seems to be taking charge of this particular race they're upset that Biden's not getting into the traction that they hope that he would and Elizabeth Warren if if they decide to make her into a political pariah and may might should go down real quick because she is a pathological liar I'm amazed you got nothing on Hillary Clinton but she is a pathological liar and she gets caught time and time and time again she takes money from big donors she takes money from special interest groups G. get no money from the Indian casinos always not the ones in Alabama but you know at the end of the day the woman can't tell straight line and what she came in fifth in Pocahontas county and I was the hottest county how pretty is that is precious but I think I'm a good problem you've got them right there Michael but there are a few other things her saying that her if she'd heard what our family worked as a general brother came out so stop saying that it's not true her native American heritage she has last native American blood in her than the average white American walking around today and and then there's the other thing where she helped she helped form the bankruptcy laws for the United States a few years back and then she made money helping corporations get around those laws I can't think of one thing she's done and I'm trying to see this from a very neutral point of view they'll make you say this woman has our best interest at heart or the American's best interest or anyone besides our very own I don't get it that legal organization that you're speaking out she still consults to she used to be the vice president at one point in time and she's still very much on the inside of that group for it but you know it's it's like it's like me telling people that I'm I'm part Latino because I prefer to Seki over Kuroda you know what some of the stupidest thing I've ever heard in your entire life and it's it's it's sad and I'm feeling bad for the Democrats I really am because you know I I'm like a good fight every once in a while I'm not getting a good fight I'm sick and tired of waiting I'm sick and tired of going to the office every single day and having Moby liberals call into my program I can't get a foot in on anything Donald Trump keeps going every day keeps doing the right thing the Democrats the Democrats broke a law I need to give me a break it's just so either easy to say you can't even you know take care of a caucus how are you going to run the country and then we have then we have James Karbala Mary at the time I don't know the young man's remember this but he was a top.

America Michael hardy
"michael hardy" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

KLIF 570 AM

01:52 min | 2 years ago

"michael hardy" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

"Going to be a shooting always there when the five eighteen shots in Corcoran yard okay I watch people get stabbed in the mess hall they start shooting the I have four G. which are ricocheting this is the help that I can't understand anybody as in you're not fighting for anything there's nothing worthy it's not like what Audie Murphy did what hundred sixty Germans in twenty minutes he did something here okay yes it's not that you're fighting for nothing the people your Homeboys you're going to get a card from you and go get a letter from Ewing grunion from not that you're there alone make that decision make the decision before you cut that what I wanted to the Colorado River on the greatest rappers it you get about alleged and you probably get a drought that they're in the mix make that decision stay home be true to your family I've met a lot of I met a lot of good kids in that in in that's in the system I just came out good kids that are going to spend the rest of your life because of three strikes in prison and they got a lot of good values they just need a little turn only to something big going to get it because the biggest the biggest advantage of the system here of the California department of corrections day one three strikes because they want job security okay so these kids that could do something could be something they need a break you need to change the does some kind of warning system whatever it is okay but you need to reach people we strongly scented you'd spend less money on prisons and not screw it not not religious training at take god out of the equation of this country you should go one country under god when you take your hello you've got you've done above us anymore we understand that we lose our protection well Michael this is been a very we're a big quick ride down the rapids with you and I. E. I'm must say that I hope that somebody was touched by Michael hardy on today's savage.

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"michael hardy" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

KLIF 570 AM

03:12 min | 2 years ago

"michael hardy" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

"Another amazing day on the savage nation I started by talking about wearable the Jewish giants gone where will the giants in any religion gone and we were taking calls on that what happened to our civilization is no honor anymore there's no nothing anymore and a guy calls they Michael from San Diego we identified himself as Michael hardy I do a man who he says he's a been convicted of murder twenty eight years in prison and he started to tell things about his life that smacked of reality and we couldn't believe it most of us listening to the show are awed by this call and we're gonna go back to Michael hardy right now in the savage nation Michael I know that you have many people listening right now and you ended the last conversation by telling us that after twenty eight years god broke you could you tell the people what you meant by that what was soon god has always been in my life okay but you know he's always been with me I've been I've been shot eleven times atom bomb when you say god has been with you even when you were killing people god was with you well he was when he was in my life hi let me let me tell you Michael I was born into a into a war zone in Brownsville okay she still there would be a good fight you gala war while I start out with gang was when I was a kid on the in in Brooklyn I did Mansilla crown heights okay that's why I started out I went to a school with the principal jumped off the roof we want to see blackboard jungle we are close a musical comedy I was hi good line so what happened in my school that have been around so we've been with me okay but it wasn't but but listen he wants you we want you to pay attention to him and if you don't he's going to call you to do it one way or the other if you look at you if he doesn't love you said he didn't like change okay Canaan make outgoing well you said you were in a Mexican prison he was in the U. S. prison in Mexico you cut the guy's throat with a soda bottle now is a Mexican prison in Mexico next your in a Mexican prison in Mexico you survive killing a guy with a bottle yes I did I definitely did because I kill the guy was a threat to the guy that ran the prison so it would look amazing though the apple the end this guy is soon as I did that they never seem to bring do this for like I don't know that was some kind of deal white buffalo was something I needed and then make my and this guy says listen I want you work for me anyway you work for and I mean Michael how how tall Michael how big a man are you six one two hundred eighty pounds also you're a big guy yeah they call me big Mike that's right that's what I was known as but I wanted to some Michael you don't know Sammy was my partner for a long time when Jerry Capeci was was Colin Moran and everything like that no I got off the bus before it got to that stop okay because my hold on because I'm coming to a dead stop you said that god you found god you no longer criminal and that god broke you amazing words if you have the time and you can reach a lot of people would you tell the people what you mean by god broke you what that means I get a call from a guy in a last owl identifies himself as Jewish gangster who was retired in San Diego in his mid sixties he claims he was in prison and out of prison for twenty eight years he claims he's convicted of murder many.

"michael hardy" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

03:12 min | 2 years ago

"michael hardy" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"Well it's another amazing day on the savage nation I started by talking about wearable Jewish giants gone where will the giants in any religion gone and that we were taking calls on that what happened to our civilization is no honor anymore there's no nothing anymore and a guy calls name Michael from San Diego we identified himself as Michael hardy I did a man who he says he is a man convicted of murder twenty eight years in prison and he started to tell things about his life that smacked of reality and we couldn't believe it most of us listen to the show are awed by this call and we're gonna go back to Michael hardy right now in the savage nation Michael I know that you have many people listening right now and you ended the last conversation by telling us that after twenty eight years god broke you could you tell people what you meant by that what was soon god has always been in my life okay but you know and he's always been with me I've been I've been shot eleven times atom bomb when you say god has been with you even when you were killing people god was with you well he was when he was in my heart that I let me let me tell you Michael I was born into a into a war zone in Brownsville okay she has started out with the provide you gala war why start out with gang was when I was a kid in in Brooklyn I did Mansilla crown heights okay that's why I started out I went to high school with the principal jumped off the roof we want to see blackboard jungle we are close a musical comedy I was a good line so what happened in my school that happening now won't be so I was always good with me okay but it wasn't but but listen he wants you we want you to pay attention to him and if you don't he's going to call you to do it one way or the other if he loves you if he doesn't love you said he did like change okay came then make outgoing well you said you were in a Mexican prison he was in the U. S. prison in Mexico you cut the guy's throat with a soda bottle now is a Mexican prison in Mexico next your in a Mexican prison in Mexico you survive killing a guy with a bottle yes I did I definitely did because I kill the guy who is a threat to the guy that ran the prison so if that would work with mesa they'll be apple the end this guy is soon as I did that they never seem to bring do this for like I don't know that was some kind of deal white buffalo was something right now an enigma and this guy says listen I want you work for me anyway you work for and I mean Michael how how tall Michael how big a man are you six four one two hundred eighty pounds also you're a big guy yeah they call me big Mike that's right that's what I was known as but I wanted to some Michael you know you know Sammy was my partner for a long time when Jerry Capeci work was Colin Moran and everything like that no I got off the bus before it got to that stop okay because my hold on because I'm coming to a dead stop you said that god you found god you're no longer criminal and that god broke you amazing words if you have the time and you can reach a lot of people would you tell the people what you mean by god broke you what that means I get a call from a guy in the last hour identifies himself as Jewish gangster was retired in San Diego in his mid sixties he claims he was in prison in and out of prison for twenty eight years he claims he's convicted of.

"michael hardy" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

01:39 min | 2 years ago

"michael hardy" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"A shocker from college football's Chris Peterson stepped down as Washington head coach after six seasons the fence corner Jimmy lake takes over the Monday night match up is a good one featuring two teams fighting for playoff positioning if not division titles the Seahawks host the Vikings Seattle currently is nine into a half game before the behind the forty Niners in the NFC west the Vikings are trying to move into a tie with the Packers for the NFC north believe they're currently eight and three or five hundred on the road this year which makes tonight's game a big challenge to Kirk cousins and company got another big game it's a really good opponent is very important for us to find a way to get a win we've got to have a great week of preparation all that is true again this week and we're looking forward to the challenge that that Monday night will present cousins will not have one of his big targets with Adam Feelin ruled out with a hamstring injury Seattle has won its last four Baltimore has won eight in a row next up will be the bills and Michael hardy told the Jim Rome show they're going out a way to stop MVP candidate Lamar Jackson will pick up a book of his week really given with regard to a lot of phone number that we can do to turn a lot of forty so a lot of things on defense is not that of a fountain of anybody has the the secret to stop the more directions on the stand he's a great player quite a bit and he has a a link this year and go out and try to contain them you must feel intuitive NFL network's Ian Rapoport reports it'll be a surprise of Gardner venture does not start Sunday at quarterback for the Jaguars the new AP top twenty five is out and level the fourth number one team or fourteenth plan the number one spot in the nation Candace is second followed by Maryland Michigan goes from unranked to number four time the biggest.

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"michael hardy" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

AM 970 The Answer

09:09 min | 3 years ago

"michael hardy" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

"Is in demand, like Elvis was in demand. And yet he joins the fiscal Poche show on a Friday boarding. We appreciate it Jeffrey how you doing, my friend? Look, Elvis talking about your will remember the episode on the honeymooners where Gleason thing Ralph kramden bag. Fortune turns out to be the nickname of the parakeet Ning wall, any, you know. Jeff you buy me. Now me now to talk about that all the time is the funniest episode because he helps it on the bus. I don't think it's the funniest one. Hold on. Blabbermouth. No. By the way, you know, about the video that you can go on YouTube, and right? And just type and Trump on the honeymooners. They superimpose Trump's head on law, and Ralph turned to Trump and says Europe glad on how Lord and they you hear Trump saying, I'm a very stable genius. I'm at that. That's could be my favorite that the in reality the to favor one that I loved are sixty four thousand dollar question where he's what he's memorized every single song except the one that counts. And the other one is for the future future improve declared that could be an add lip on that because he slips and he way I'm gonna guess guess aloe notice to it. And had live chef for the future where oh, we're an art Carney. Does he ad ad-lib? Correct. Is that what you can say, no, the, the, the wrench slips out of his hand, and I think it's a decent who says, maybe we could try spearfishing. That was great. That was because they broke off the device. They were using. Invasion with a young comic. He was performing stand up in Boston and a drunken the back and singing, too, because, you know, we had a musical background, and he was singing to some drunk in the nightclub. Yo I'll actor can you do hamlet's soliloquy? Will he couldn't a year later? He returned to the same nightclub in the same drunk was there and yelled, the same thing to them. And Gleason in the voice of Reginald van Gleason to, to be. Question. And I know and maybe Al knows who that is. But all I remember is my parents told me that my father told me about Gleason coming through Newark, he would go to Newark, they would stop there before you to New York, so everybody Newark, you know, they would go to the clubs Norkin Gleason performing and avoid villain. Was as I watched that and I sat down with my eight year old with Charlie against spending the whole labor Memorial Day weekend. Jeff day love the Honey, you laugh or you don't live with Joey, why my wife always exiting poor people and people in the living in one room or two rooms. And she finds it depressing. And I love how the new year begins channel eleven mile place, every year they run all day. What is an route the so sexist in his approach, but also got the last laugh? So you got to always appreciate that. Hey, Geoffrey film wise. Rocket man is this is something new from not gonna do it. Roger clements. By the way, it's, it's, it's the second bio pic of a rockstar on this one about Elton John, and he played by Taryn Edgar ten and Elton John co-produced it, and it has a little it's very it's very different than bohemian rhapsody in that. It's the ethical, there are secret are some flashbacks, and there's some, some interesting staging and he thinks his own songs, and he squeeze things all the, the Elton John song. And it's great. They use the same costumes, and it shows how John had a lot of a father, and how he dealt with being gay, and how he came of age and became one of the biggest stars in the world. And it's I mean it's really really very well done. It's not. No, no so drama, and you'll never recognize Bryce, Dallas Howard as his mother, as, as twit of a mother and his father was a terrible man at never showed him any affection at all and was a soldier and was away a lot. And she said he had no guidance at all from his father, and how he struck out on his own and, and just any no he he back stabbed his first manager. And then I think he came to regret it, and it's really really very well done. Of course, the songs, I couldn't get couldn't get the song out of my head, even though they were not sung by John, which would have been the easy way to do it. And then there's trial by fire, which is a true story of a woman who began corresponding with a death row inmate in Texas the state that leads all others and executions, and nothing will Mantech between the two of them. She went to the bottom got to the bottom of the case in front out that he was innocent of killing his kids in a fire, and he was executed, anyway, at the end of the movie, the innocence project tells us. That one hundred and fifty people have been saved, thanks to DNA from, from execution Alabama. Just executed somebody yesterday. You know anyway. And funny, this gut Zillah king of the monsters. And again, again, yes, it's call. It comes from having we exhausted. The subject productions. But I think altitude is going to like it going to go. You're going to see his son, no doubt, especially the part where three headed monster. Destroys Fenway park. I suspect that Michael hardy, the director may be a Yankee fan, but I was cringing with the rest of his, you know, the monster. He's got jealous a hero got pillow. Fights off the other monsters. Ray. This is great. It's eighty five percent of, of, of dinosaurs fighting each other in China insects. And, you know, if you like it, you're going to applaud, you're gonna go crazy. And if you are tired of this, you're going to endure it, but the Fenway park thing looked shockingly real. So I hope nobody's going to build a monster. You know, I remember I'm old enough to remember. I don't remember my, my uncle Joe Joe's apartment in Rutherford. I remember we watched the original Godzilla, the original Godzilla, which was a Japanese film, correct with. Oh, yeah. Japanese actors in this. It's got a Japanese attitude toward. Yeah. But then Raymond Burr wasn't Raymond burn. The originally. Perry mason. Also, the murderer and rear window member that Jeffy, listen. I know we got your films and people get upset when if you say United different politically, and I still love you, man. We're this is what America's about. But I do have in my office Yana because bought a to me by some by the orthodox community on the because it says it says Jews for Trump. May I send you one, sir? Guman. You just be wasting your postage high touch. You're gonna say it says John McCain, John McCain on. And by the way, by the way, that, that David for you're going to give you an American. Marriage American Jews for Trump. And he's so popular in Israel, come on. You gotta give. That's right away, not named for John McCain named after his his father. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Oh, Jeffrey, we love, you bet. It's good. I just said, I'm going to save them for you anyway. Next time we get together. I know you'll never see me wearing anyway. I have a good week. Thank you, realize they couldn't resist. Thank you said that. Seven forty eight with Joe with radio couple minutes couple of moves away from eight o'clock. Oh, by the way, so I gotta tell you what I'm doing in Nike very much. And I know I don't like not to be on the radio because I I'm going on a media research center, a cruise where I speak, it's like a speaking engagement this is in September. So that's about ten days. Nine days, ten days I will try to broadcast from the ship a little bit. Brent Bozell going on Lieutenant Colonel Allen west is on it. Cal Thomas, the legend conservative legend, and I'm honored actually be on this great cruise a speaking things. So I'll be there now. So I wanted me to stay on the Arroyo to the summer with you as much as I can to irritate you with much as I possibly can. Right. Then I have about a month off. Right. And then we go on the Parillo toy the gorilla that will at this. We are going to have such a great time. Tober nineteenth we go Frankie five boroughs is going come on? This is going to be the best trip ever, and I'm excited about it. But there we will be able to phone in 'cause my buddy, Mike Catt's, again, again, I always tell you about my, my Jewish buddies who told me how about the, the religion about the heritage and I saw a young young child virtually how great the Jewish religion is. And how my buddy Michael would go to the synagogue on fighting. He would go to go to church church temple, we go to the temple of fried egg, Friday, you go. And then we get up Saturday morning and Michael would go again, two services on Saturday morning, but I loved it. And to this day he is he is just as a true to his heritage as he was as a child, and, and there were, there were two different religions, but still best friends to this day, Michael just texted me from Italy for middle. He's seen all the US said. I said when I was in Israel, of course, I texted him back and forth. So I'm looking forward.

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"michael hardy" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

07:14 min | 3 years ago

"michael hardy" Discussed on KTOK

"Telling you Jay powers for FOX News Radio. Thank spending a few moments with seven s country star extraordinaire does put that on there. I I think it's true. I'll take it. I'll take it. Thanks for joining us today. Thank you for having me. Appreciate it ever been here before. Well, the see this is just going to be the first visit that means they'll be more of them always invite. And he says yes, ma'am off. He's definitely coming back. Y'all tell you right now. Let's talk a little bit about your new single file your, mama. I gotta tell you. It made me feel really guilty. Totally. Call my mom. I was just a it's a good thing though. It's an it's an upbeat little little thing. That says, hey, by the way. I actually got I got the idea for because my mom was guilt trip on me. We will do that. She will. So she takes me one day. I was I was driving in a music road to write a song. And she takes me like a couple of times in a row. Call your mama. Chiron Cairo, mama. And so naturally, I kind of freak out. You know, like anybody would like is everything. Okay. And and my mom just wanted to talk about some, you know, small town drama stuff. And that you know, all moms have they just want to like get off their chests and feel like they need to. And so anyway. It was right around the time that we went through released my grandma and my dad lost his mom. And when you lose a grandparent, it affects you, but almost more. So like it affects you by looking watching your parents go through leasing their parents because it makes you really think. Yeah. And so I ended up really thinking about it. And I wrote down what my mom takes me as a song, title and one day. I sat down with my buddy, Michael hardy, and we wrote it, and it was the fastest. I've ever in a song. We read it in like, thirty minutes just kind of came out. And anyway, so yeah, that's how has written does. Your mama have have half the publishing on this. Should I'm not trying to guilt. You know, she the first time. I actually the reason I cut the song record the song was because I was in the UK a meta namedrop on you. I was opening for a little big town of their on their on their tour that actually does have something to do with the song. It does. Yeah. So it all kinda ties and valleys over their opener for little big town, and my mom was out as military kids. So we kind of have friends and family all over the world, and my mom was visiting a military friends over there. And so she came out and one of my shows and just written song. So I'm going to surprise my mom and play the song cusak. So I play the saunder in the set, and I guess caring Kimberly were listening from backstage or side stage or something like that, you know. And so when I got home I said, they're not I walk off stage. And Karen and Kimberly kind of pulled me aside, and they're like, hey, call your, mama. Saw you played you definitely need to keep playing the rest of the tour. Kimberly are tiddly singers a little big time. So yeah. And also my heroes. So anyway, so. You know, you kinda gotta do it. The boss lady say so I kept playing this on the rest of the tour. And then yeah, like, we just I mean, the reaction we saw to it was just like kind of growing and growing. And so when I got back to Nashville decided to record the song. And then I kind of was just like, you know, would make the sound better. Little big talented to sing harmonies is on it. So I kind of was like, you know, what I got to is. I'm just going to go ask him. So I just asked them if they want to be apart, and they so graciously did. And so yeah, now, I have a song with little big town on it, which is pretty wild. It still to even saying the sentence. But you know to have some my heroes singing harmonies with me. Yeah. That's pretty cool. This is not the first huge thing. You've you've had happened at all you are doing with Dylan, Scott. Yes, ma'am. And she and he has he cut one of your songs last year hooked. Yeah. Hooked. Yeah. That was a that was a big deal. I think I just saw somebody sent me. It was like the seventh most played song last year something like that which is in country. Music, which is wild. But yeah. So that that song actually has a pretty funny story too. So they put me in the room one day, right? And with this this new guy it was at this. Australian riders are tree. And there's this new guy named Morgan Evans who I knew nothing about other than he had just made from Australia, and he was dating Kelsey Ballerini. And so anyway, so by the way, if you're if you're keeping up with the tote board at home on the namedrop in I'm dropping. I know. Running tally in my head killed me. So anyway. Yes. Kelsey add this song out called Peter Pan. Which is you know, went on to be a huge song. Sounds like how about we. Write software you called hooked. And it's okay. He didn't think is that funny either. But anyway, but we still had the song. And and then I gave it to my good, buddy. Dylan Scott who ended up recording it and then. Yeah. Like a year later, it became this big song, and I'm definitely really pounds about it. So I told him on tour. I'm going to open and close my set with it. So. And it's a fast pace little thing. It is. Yeah. You got a lot of words jammed in there. Oh, yeah. It's definitely a lot of words. I don't even I feel like that was that one was fast too. It's funny. Like when the songwriter sometimes you spend like days or weeks or months or whatever on one song. And then sometimes the ones that are the ones that hit are the ones that like, you just kinda don't think about and you just right? So let me tell you if you if you heard the song, go listen to it. It's called hooked Dylan's gone has a hit with it, obviously writer. The writer, and it is the Gilmore girls script of country music songs because there's eleven hundred words in there is, but it's just it's peppy. It is it is one of those kind of things you just you can't help. But like tap your foot or thank you. Move around. It's a fun little song. Thank you. You mentioned that you had kind of grown up with friends all over the world, and and see in different places and being in different places. How has that shaped who you are as a songwriter a ton? I think in a musically I kind of grew up with, you know, friends from all over the world and not just, you know, the south or whatever I grew up with friends that, you know, obviously, I'm I Georgia's my home and where my family's from. So I kind of have that country influenced, but I grew up with friends who listen to hip, hop pop and all sorts of different staff. And so when I make music is kind of like a hodgepodge of all that put together. So. Yeah. What are you? What are you? Listen to you on a on a random eclectic playlist that Seth what's again. And by the way, I saw the Spotify wins with all the call songs. That was pretty cool. Yeah. What do you? What do you have on your on your most played list, man? Like, it's everything I have another playlist songs that set the jams says jams or something like that. But it's like if you go look at that. It's like, it's literally all over the place. I listen to everything give me some names. Let's see. I love J Cole. I love Miguel a lot. I mean, let's see Taylor swift, of course, marine five I'll listen to I feel like I'm naming nightmare. No country people. I love Florida Georgia line tour with them. It's.

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"michael hardy" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

10:40 min | 3 years ago

"michael hardy" Discussed on KTOK

"You Jay powers for FOX News Radio. Thank spending a few moments with seven s country star extraordinaire, I just put that on there. I think I think it's true. I'll take it. I'll take it. Thanks for joining us today. Thank you for having me. Appreciate it never been here before. I'm well this see this is just going to be the first visit that means they'll be more of them. 'cause I always invite. And he says yes, ma'am off. He's definitely coming back, y'all. I'm telling you right now. Let's talk a little bit about your new single, call your, mama. I gotta tell you. It made me feel really guilty. Everybody. Tell you this. Totally. Call my mom. I was just a it's a good thing though. It's an it's an upbeat little little thing. That says, hey, by the way. Well, I actually got I got the idea for because my mom was guilt trip on me. We will do that. She will. So she takes me one day. I was I was driving in a music road to write a song. And she takes me like a couple of times in a row your mama karma karma. And so naturally, I kind of freak out. You know, like anybody would like is everything. Okay. And and my mom just wanted to talk about some, you know, small town drama stuff. And that you know, all moms have they just want to like get off their chests and feel like they need to. And so anyway, it was right around the time that we went through least my grandma and my dad lost his mom. And when you when you lose a grandparent, it affects you, but almost more. So like it affects you by looking washing your parents go through leasing their parents because it makes you really think. And so I ended up really thinking about it. And I wrote down what my mom takes me as a song, title and one day. I sat down with my buddy, Michael hardy, and we wrote it, and it was the fastest. I've ever written a song didn't like thirty minutes. Just kind of came out. And anyway, so yeah, that's how I was written. Does your mama have have half of the publishing on this? Deadly. I'm not trying to guilt. You know, she the first time. I actually the reason I cut the song recorded the song was because I was in the UK a meta namedrop on you. But I was opening for little big town of their on their on their tour that actually does have something to do with the song. It does. Yeah. So it all kind of ties in valleys over their opener for a little town. And my mom was out our military kids. So we kind of have friends and family all over the world, and my mom was visiting military friends over there. And so she came out and one of my shows and just written song says I'm going to surprise my mom and play the song cusak. So I play the saunder in the set, and I guess caring and Kimberly were listening from backstage or side stage or something like that, you know. And so when I got home I said that not a walk off stage. And Karen and Kimberly kind of pulled me aside, and they're like, hey that call your mama song you played you definitely need to keep playing that the rest of the tour. Karen and Kimberly are two lead singers a little big time. So yeah. And also my heroes. So anyway, so. So you kind of got to do it the boss lady say so I kept playing this on the rest of the tour. And then yeah, like, we just I mean, the reaction we saw to it was just like kind of growing and growing. And so when I got back to Nashville decided to record the song. And then I kinda was just like, you know, it would make the song veteran little big town wanted to sing harmonies on it. So I kinda was like, you know, what do I got though is? I'm just going to go ask him. So I just asked them if they want to be apart, and they so graciously did. And so yeah, now, I have a song with little big town on it, which is pretty wild. It still to even saying the sentence, but you know, to have so my heroes singing harmonies with me. Yeah. It's pretty cool. This is not the first huge thing. You've you've had happen at all. You are doing with Dylan Scott. Yes, ma'am. And she and he has he cut one of your songs last year hooked. Yeah. Hooked. Yeah. That was a that was a big deal. I think I just saw somebody sent me. It was like the seventh most played song last year something like that which is in country music, which. Wild. But yeah. So that that song actually has a pretty funny story too. So they put me in the room one day right with this. This new guy it was at this. Australian writers retreat day, and there's this new guy named Morgan Evans who knew nothing about other than he had just made from Australia, and he was dating Kelsey Ballerini. And so anyway, so by the way, if you're if you're keeping up with the tote board at home on the namedrop and Robin. Running tally ahead killed me. So anyway. Yes. Kelsey add this song out called Peter Pan. Which is you know, went on to be a huge song. So I was like how about we? Write software you called hooked. And it's okay. He didn't think is funny either. But anyway, so we started the song. And and then I gave it to my good, buddy. Dylan Scott who ended up recording it and then. Yeah. Like a year later it became this big song. And I'm definitely really pumped about it. So I told him on tour. I'm going to open and close my set with it. So. It's a fast pace little thing. It is. Yeah. You got a lot of words jammed in. There is definitely a lot of words. I don't even I feel like that was that one was fast too. It's funny. Like when you, you know, songwriter, sometimes you spend like days or weeks or months or whatever on one song. And then sometimes the ones that are the ones that hit are the ones that like, you just kinda don't think about and you just right? So me tell you if you if you all heard the song, go listen to it. It's called hooked Dylan Scott has a hit with it. Obviously. And it is the Gilmore girls script of country music songs because there's eleven hundred words in there is, but it's just it's peppy. It is it is one of those kind of things you just you can't help. But like tap your foot or thank you. Around. But that's nice move around. It's a fun little song. Thank you. You mentioned that you had kind of grown up with friends all over the world, and and see in different places and being in different places. How has that shaped who you are as a songwriter? Oh, man a ton. I think you know, musically. I kind of grew up with, you know, friends from all over the world and not just, you know, the south or whatever I grew up with friends that, you know, obviously, I'm Georgia's my home, and where my family's from. So I kind of have that country influenced, but I grew up with friends who listen to hip, hop, pop and all sorts of different stuff. And so when I make music as kind of like a hodgepodge of all that put together. So. Yeah. What are you? What are you? Listen to you on a on a random eclectic playlist that Seth butts again. And by the way, I saw the Spotify wins with all the call songs. That was pretty cool. Yeah. What do you? What do you have on your on your most played list, man? It's everything I have another playlist. It's like songs that set the jams tiered says jams or something like that. But it's like if you go look at that. It's like, it's literally all over the place. I listen to everything. Give me some names. Let's see. I love J Cole. I love Miguel a lot. I mean, let's see Taylor swift. Of course, maroon five I'll listen to I feel like I'm naming nightmare country people. I love Florida Georgia line tour with them. It's not a requirement. That's right. Yeah. I mean, I'm litter. I'm all over the place. I love it. All I like old stuff like Elvis, and the Beatles. And you know, so a lot of different influences. Totally when you you mentioned uh sitting down and writing is that is that the best way. He's the most creative way that you come up on song ideas, or I mean that seems really stressful to put you in a room and go, okay. It's kind of weird. Like, I always think about that. Like, how does that even work? It's so weird. Sometimes you going rooms with people, you don't even know and you're meeting for the first time, and you literally or like getting so deep and personal with them, you know, within like in just like a three four hour span. But no for me writings like, it's kind of a blessing and a curves because I can't I can't shut it off. And so it's like, I'm always thinking about things if I hear anything if if you say something in this podcast that makes me think of an idea title. I have this no on my phone, and it's just like ideas and titles, and I always will get it out. And if you ever see me on my phone somewhere, I'm probably doing that. I'm probably writing something down for a song ID or something. So and then when I get in the room with these people are sometimes right by myself. I'll bring up these ideas, and you know, we just kind of roll with one has anybody ever been like have a conversation with you. And and they've been like, okay, don't use this in a song. Don't is off limits. More don't even know or they'll be like save it for me. Like if we if we're talking we're both songwriters. They'll be late. And we say something like, oh, that'd be a sick song titled. Then they'll be like, hey, put my name next to it must ride it together. So that's pretty cool. Yeah. It's a pretty cool thing. A lot of songwriters and everybody has a different like process. Similar like, no. I would never I I'm not good with the whole city down in a room. You know, like a writer like eight hours a day or anything like that. It's gotta come naturally. Like, you know, spur of the moment showers. I'm totally I mean, and sometimes I think it is healthy for at least for me. And what I've found is like even when I don't have anything to still sit down and like force myself to write. I think is a good exercise is to like, you know, put your brain through that. And I think that's what songwriting is just like any other thing. You know, the more you do it the better you get. And so I try to force myself just like when I was a little kid taking piano lessons. Just because I hated it. Didn't mean I didn't still have to sit down and force myself to do lessons and stuff. So. Social media is that you on your are you doing that? Or is there a team? It's me it is it is it is. And I'm looking around the room at your team and. Don't do this man. This is bad. No. I like I've tried to get better at it's it's weird because I try to get better social media because I know I'm not the best at it. But at the same time like I want to be like in the moment of live and let live in life and stuff, and I sound like totally hippy right now, I wanna live in the moment. But no, it's it's definitely meals social media. I can vouch he is not wearing flannel. And does not have a man bun. That's right. When is there going to be a certain point that you kind of have out there in the horizon someplace in your like when when I when I do that. I know I'm going to have made it I'm going to be as far as I dream of going. And is there any kind of moment like that out there for you? I mean, I definitely have like bucket list things, you know, like, I gotta play Royal Albert Hall when I was onto a little big town. And that was definitely one of them..

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"michael hardy" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

13:23 min | 3 years ago

"michael hardy" Discussed on KTOK

"A few moments with seven s country star extraordinaire, I just put that on there. I think I think it's true. I'll take it. I'll take it. Thanks for joining us today. Thank you for having me. Appreciate it never been here before I'm well, this see this is just going to be the first visit that means they'll be more of them because I always invite people to come back and he says, yes, ma'am off. He's definitely coming back, y'all. Right now. Let's talk a little bit about your new single your, mama. I gotta tell you. It made me feel really guilty. Call my mom. I was just a it's a good thing though. It's an it's an upbeat little little thing. That says, hey, by the way. I actually got I got the idea for because my mom was guilt trip me. We will do that. She will. So she takes me one day. I was I was driving in a music road to write a song. And she takes me like a couple times in a row. Call your mama cairo-amman karma. And so naturally, I kind of freak out. You know, like anybody would like is everything. Okay. And and my mom just wanted to talk about some, you know, small town drama stuff. And that you know, all moms have they just want to like get off their chests and feel like they need to. And so anyway, it was right around the time that we went through my grandma and my dad lost his mom and. When you when you lose a grandparent, it affects you, but almost more. So like it affects you by looking watching your parents go through leasing their parents because it makes you really think. And so I ended up really thinking about it. And I wrote down what my mom takes me as a song, title and one day. I sat down with my buddy, Michael hardy, and we wrote it, and it was the fastest. I've ever a song. We wrote it in like thirty minutes, it just kind of came out. And anyway, so yeah, that's how was written. Does. Your mama have have half of the publishing on this. She wants really should. I'm not trying to guilt. You know, she the first time. I actually the reason I cut the song recorded the song was because I was in the UK amount of namedrop on you. But I was opening for a little big town over there on their on their tour that actually does have something to do with the song. It does. Yeah. So it all kinds of ties and valleys over their opener for little big town. And my mom was out our military kids. So we kind of have friends and family all over the world, and my mom was visiting some military friends over there. And so she came out and one of my shows and just written songs. So I was like I'm going to surprise my mom in play the song cusak. So I play the saunder in the set, and I guess caring and Kimberly were listening from backstage or side stage or something like that, you know. And so when I got down my set not to walk off stage, and caring and Kimberly kind of pulled me aside. And they're like, hey that call your mama song you played you definitely need to keep playing the rest of the tour. Kimberly are two lead singers a little big time. So yeah. And also my heroes. So anyway, so you know, you kinda to do it the boss lady say so I kept playing the song and the rest of the tour, and then yeah, like, we just I mean, the reaction we saw to it was just like kind of growing and growing. And so when I go back to Nashville decided to record the song. And then I kind of was just like, you know, it would make the song veteran of little big town wanted to sing harmonies on it. So I kinda was like, you know, what do I got though? I'm just going to go ask him. So I just asked them if they want to be a part, and they so graciously did. And so yeah, now, I have a song with little big town on it, which is pretty wild still to even say the sentence, but you know, to have so my heroes singing harmonies with me is pretty cool. This is not the first huge thing. You've you've had happened at all you are doing with Dylan, Scott. Yes, ma'am. And she and he has he cut one of your songs last year hooked. Yeah. Hooked. Yeah. And that was a that was a big deal. I think I just saw somebody sent me. It was like the seventh. Most played song last year. Which is in country music, which is wild. But yeah. So that that song actually has a pretty funny story too. So they put me in the room one day writing with this. This new guy it was at this. Australian writers retreat day, and there's this new guy name Morgan Evans, who I knew nothing about other than he had just made from Australia, and he was dating Kelsey Ballerini. And so anyway, so by the way, if you're if you're keeping up with the tote board at home on the name dropping dropping. Running tally in my head. So anyway. Yeah. So Kelsey add the song out called Peter Pan. Which is you know, went on to be a huge song. So I was like how about we ride saw for you called hooked. And it's okay. He didn't think is funny either. But anyway, so. But we the song. And and then I gave it to my good, buddy. Dylan Scott who ended up recording it and then. Yeah. Like a year later became this big song. And I'm definitely really pumped about it. So I told him on tour. I'm going to open and close my set with it. So. Still song. It's a fast pace little thing. It is. Yeah. You got a lot of words jammed in. There is definitely a lot of words. I don't even I feel like that was that one was fast too. It's funny. Like when you, you know, songwriter, sometimes you spend like days or weeks or months or whatever on one song. And then sometimes the ones that are the ones that hit are the ones that like, you just kinda don't think about and you just right? So I'm telling you if you if you all heard the song, go listen to it. It's called hooked Dylan Scott has a hit with it, obviously writer, and it is the Gilmore girls script of countries music songs because there's eleven hundred words in there is, but it's just it's peppy. It is it is one of those kind of things you just you can't help. But like tap your foot or around. But that's nice move around. It's a fun little song. Thank you. You mentioned that you had kind of grown up with friends all over the world, and and see in different places and being in different places. How has that shaped who you are as a songwriter? Oh man ton. I think you know, musically. I kind of grew up with, you know, friends from all over the world and not just, you know, the south or whatever I grew up with friends that, you know, obviously, I'm Georgia's my home where my family's from. So I kind of have that country influence, but I grew up with friends who listen to hip, hop, pop and all sorts of different stuff. And so when I make music as kind of a hodgepodge of all that put together. So. Yeah. What are you? What are you? Listen to you on a on a random eclectic playlist that Seth puts again. And by the way, I saw the Spotify wins with all the call songs that was pretty cool. What do you what do you have on your on your most played list, man? Like, it's everything I have another playlist. It's like songs that Seth jams tiered says jams or something like that. But it's like if you go look at that. It's it's literally all over the place. I listen to everything. Give me some names. Let's see. I love J Cole. I love Miguel a lot. I mean, let's see Taylor swift, of course, marine five I'll listen to I feel like I'm naming nightmare country people. I love Florida Georgia line. I got a tour with them. It's not a requirement. Yes. That's right. But yeah, I mean, I'm I'm all over the place. I love it. All I like old stuff like Elvis, and the Beatles. And you know, so a lot of different influences housing, totally when you you mentioned uh sitting down and writing is that is that the best way it means that the most creative way that you come up on song ideas, or I mean that seems really stressful to put you in a room and go, okay. It's kind of weird. Like, I always think about that. Like, how does that even work? It's so weird. Sometimes you go into rooms with people, you don't even know and your main for the first time, and you literally like getting so deep and personal with them, you know, within like in just like a three four hour span. But no for me writings like, it's kind of a blessing and a curves because I can't I can't shut it off. And so it's like, I'm always thinking about things if I hear anything, if if you say something in this podcast that makes me think of idea title, I have this on my phone, and it's just like ideas and titles, and I always will get it out. And if you ever see me on my phone somewhere. I'm probably doing that. I'm probably writing something down for a song ID or something. So and then when I get in the room with these people or sometimes right by myself. I'll bring up these ideas, and you know, we just kind of roll with one has has anybody ever been like had the conversation with you. And and they've been like, okay, don't use this in a song. Don't is off limits more or they'll be like save it for me. Like if we if we're talking we're both songwriters. They'll be like, and we both say something like, oh, that'd be a sick sawn title. Then they'll be like, hey, put my name next to it must ride it together. So that's pretty cool. Yeah. It's a pretty cool thing. A lot of songwriters and everybody has a different like process some more. Like, no, I would never I I'm not good with the whole city down in a room. You know, like a writer like eight hours a day or anything like that. It's gotta come naturally. Like, you know, spur of the moment showers. I'm totally. I mean, sometimes I think it is healthy at least for me. And what I've found is like even when I don't have anything to still sit down and like forced myself to write. I think is a good exercise is to like, you know, put your brain through that. And I think that's what songwriting is just like any other thing. You know, the more you do it the better you get. And so I try to force myself just like when I was a little kid taking piano lessons. Just because I hated it. Didn't mean I didn't still have to sit down force myself to do lessons and stuff. So social media is that you on your are you doing that? Or is there a team? It is it is it is me around the room at your team. And. I don't know. I like I've tried to get better at it's it's weird because I tried to get better at social media because I know I'm not the best at it. But at the same time like I want to be like in the moment of live and let live in life and stuff, and I sound like totally hippy right now, I wanna live in the moment. But no, it's it's definitely me on social media, and I can vouch he is not wearing flannel. And does not have a man bun. That's right. Is there going to be a certain point that you kind of have out there in the horizon someplace in your like when I when I do that. I know I'm going to have made it I'm going to be as far as I dream of going. And is there any kind of moment like that out there for you? I mean, I definitely have bucket. Lists thing. You know, like I got to play Royal overhaul hall when I was onto a little town. And that was definitely one of them. That was incredible playing the rhyme in the opera stuff. Like that was you know, big moments. You know, like a funny like random bucket lists thing. I wanna do is. I want to be the guest picker on college game day. Wow. Okay. I did not see that comment. Yeah. Totally random. But that's like literally like probably of the top things. I wanna do. So what what's your favorite college team, Georgia? But I had to ask just because you know, we're journalists and we have to make. So so you were glued intently to the guy. And I did see that kerfuffle, and yeah, I knew that game was gonna go downhill. Not a good. Anything else that might surprise people about you? Because I know a lot of people are still discovering your music, they're still discovering you as an artist. What what do you want them to know about you of people who are listening to this podcast, man? I got to look up the sky. Yeah. I don't know. Like, I just I think the hours tell people like when they ask that question. If I could be known for being one thing, it just be being a genuine real guy, that's authentic and less making music and love people and share music with them. And I don't know like, I guess there's not I don't really have like a stick. I'm just like a dude, you know. And I try to be that. And if I could be remembered by one thing, you know, one day with my careers that you know, people could hear that through my music. So do you also kind of collect good news stories and a lot of times? I will talk to artists that come on and ask them what kind of a good news story. Have you heard lately as far as? Do you get good news flake feedback from your fans? Like, I heard your music, and it really inspired me your stuff, especially with this. Call your mama song. It's like it's kind of been pre crazy to see the reaction. We've got from it even so early like, I've I've had fans riding and just tell me their stories, and sometimes they're they're pretty deep, you know. And like I had one fan right in the other day and say that he was like, hey, man. I just want to let you know. I haven't I haven't had the best relationship. My mom haven't talked to earn ten years, and I heard your song, and I gave her a call, and he's like things aren't aren't great. But they're better than they were. And so, you know, thank you for writing the song. And I have so many stories like that. I've saved them all to that. I could show you. But yeah, I mean hearing stories like that especially as a songwriter, and as an artist who puts music out like if I could do stuff like that even with one relationship with you know, mom and a son, and that's like. Primal of relationships. He know that that's your first person, you know..

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