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How the Philadelphia Eagles Create Engaging Fan Content With Voice
"Are sports. Bran were sports organizations. Sports club anybody's ever worked in. The sports industry. Knows that you know. We operate as a small business. Our resources review we are strapped. A little bit in terms of how many people are actually in our organization. Even though i think we re tend to lean the little heavier on our side rightfully so. I think we're doing a lot everywhere but we also want to be mindful. We can't hire alexa amazon alexa developers. We can't google news feed developers and You know i would love to hire them to be honest with you but at the end of the day you know we try to partner with vendors. Who help us be as nimble as possible so that we can bring that vendor versatility and at which allows us to play freely an truly focused on our content strategy versus thinking about. How do we program this. How do we not program. Business overall Thinking about strategy. The one thing that we realized is We didn't want to just do something as As as this kind of luted to is we have podcasts distribution channels every weekend absolutely just put all of our podcasts right on our voice channels and be done with it and we would kind of check off that box i think for us what was important is how do we program nuances voice interactions and so have you where we can ultimately start having conversational content without their so if a fan is asking for x. y. they're able to not only get xyz but also taken down a path of potentially learning more about additional content and things of that sort You know my kids play with the disney app. All the time. And mickey comes on and he'll he'll kind of go and ask some trivia questions that my kids are so engaged. Because they're talking with mickey and they like mickey and i'm every week the contents fresh different right so We wanted the ability to program such content without having the you know having a higher additional engineers to help us have program. Weakened weak out. We'll to the philadelphia eagles voice assistance. Here's some things you can say. Good storm you've been saying play. The latest eagles insider podcast flexibility to program really quickly is really what we're looking for and and and our voice is really what costs you know. We'll talk more about the product. I'm sure but you know. We love that flexibility. Beloved nimble nests for rebel. To do what we wanna do week over week. We changed certain. Uh strategic points depending on men's losses in our team is performing what they're doing and what they're not doing all the different nuances the program very easily and really best the solution. We're looking for
Real vs Urban Legends
"This podcast was inspired by mike. Who sent me an email. Asking are true mysteries of the pacific northwest. Nothing more than urban legends inspired by a book. I checked out from the rogue valley metaphysical library and trying to answer that question. The book was written by an authority. Who shall remain nameless. The book contains some events that are no more than a figment of someone or an urban legend. Like the dog that ate a tiny cell foam and every time someone called stomach would rain. Some were started by celebrities like mickey rooney claiming that he had influence walt disney to call his cartoon mouse mickey mouse. Then there's urban legend about elvis presley giving a harley davidson motorcycle to actor james dean. Well sorry. none of these happened before. I reveal my favorite urban legends. I need to explain how i separate real and true from something invented by a person with an ulterior motive or an urban legend occasionally. I do find a witness or participant to an event that can't be explained away and are willing to talk about it but that's the exception not the rule. Most people are reluctant. Admit that they saw ghost or heard strange laughter when they were home alone for fear of being ridiculed. When event is brought to my attention or intrigued by a story on the internet my search for sources begins. I'll start with the photograph of a pterodactyl that appeared on the internet that allegedly dates back to the american civil war in eighteen. Sixty four courting to the story behind the mystery. Image giant flying creature was shot down by soldiers around eighteen sixty four. near the city of vicksburg. The story says it's soldier said the creature was like some kind of unknown bird monster in a surprising. Twist of the story. A second photograph appeared on the internet. That showed a similar scene. A pterodactyl surrounded by men in front of a barn. Now the people. I talked to when i contacted. Authorities said several newspapers in virginia said that one photograph in front of the barn was fake. Now if you drop me. A line kit k. chrome g mail dot com. I'll send you a copy of the two photographs. You can decide for yourself in my research. I found that the photograph of the pterodactyl matched one. That was seen by somebody in eugene oregon just a few years ago about twenty eleven
"micky" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI
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"micky" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show
"Folks. Welcome back to your to show. And i'm talking to mickey robinson mickey. You don't hear a lot of stories like this. This is a story falling into heaven is the title of the book skydivers gripping account of heaven healings and miracles. So you have just told us this experience of going as you put it through the second heaven to once you get through that hole into the white you're in the third heaven which is you're in the presence of god You experience these things. And then somehow god tells you you're going back. The knowledge comes higher for communication. Yeah and there is no logic. There's no excuse making you don't try and we just know that you know. And so the same way i try i left. I went through from the third heaven. I don't remember seeing much in the second. But as i came through there's atmosphere i could feel my my spiritual body. Go through the roof of the hospital and my spirit sinking. My flesh should be like. I describe it as as you can imagine if you were wind blowing through like a bushy tree you could feel that much. And then the room materialize laying on my back. I could see how this was blind in this eye and leg materializing like they do on star trek when they be back up to here out these ears and out of my mouth. I'm worshipping god in his in his language. I never heard. I never heard of this stuff. I'm laying there and all of a sudden have the ability to perceive. exactly what's going to five or six looking at me. I deserve exactly. These people were terrified. They were scared to death of what they were watching. And i felt bad that they felt bad. Because now i'm a different person and there's nothing that has changed in me physically. I'm still deadly. i'm still. There's no hope i've lost everything but i was full of a love. That's unbelievable the love. That i saw it wasn't the memory of it isn't a tingling of it. It's the presence of god himself and that river that i was standing in was now inside me. Not none of this is up here. it's all in here. And i love everything and these people. They're still waiting for me to die that day the next day after that still critical i had all these complications. They weren't trying to save my life really waiting for the mercy of death to take but there started to be a trickle of healing. Now some of the things that were wrong that was blind in the side but below my knees. The both legs were paralyzed. I'd lost all that weight. I had infection after. I survived a couple of months in intensive care. Looked like i was gonna be live. That was never going to walk again. Still i still close to death. I wanna i wanna go back to what you described returning from the third heaven through the second heaven. The first heaven is what outerspace says beginning. Got the heavens and the earth heavens are plural. I think it's the sky. I actually think it's all the physical universe that's my opinion. It's certainly is referred to as the heavens but what's interesting to me is we always talk about heaven as being outside of the physical universe but clearly god uses the imagery of a sending jesus ascends. There's something interesting in a reason. People say heaven is up there even though on some level it's not up there it's everywhere the kingdom of heaven is within you in other words it's right near us but it's another dimension but god always seems to use altitude to convey that so the idea that you're coming into the earth's atmosphere and then down down through the roof of the hospital you don't come through the floor if you don't come to the wall you come through the roof. Yeah i mean. I guess i just always wanna know why it's so fascinating to me the idea that you're coming down into the hospital. We don't know let me say yes. I never heard of this stuff. Ever but the first spiritual conscious i can remember. It was maybe it was before this happened but in the hospital and my sister's father was a really big surgery. Just come back from doing volunteer. Work in vietnam and care civilians all day. Twelve hours a day so he came to and we were friends apart from relationship with my my sister and examine me and check me out and he told him i was going to die until my family but he was walking out and fun even a little hat on the little hat people and i was going along with them and we're why he wasn't even looking at me talking to me and he stepped on a little rubber thing that opens a door automatic door and the door went right through me so my spirit left my body. You mean your spirit left of your body and you happen to be standing behind him in your spirit was going drifting along with him and he didn't and as soon as that happened that was recalled back another thing that happened was visited my girlfriend's front yard what to where i worked. And you mean you're in the hospital bed. Yes four heavenly encounter before you have the heavenly encounter. you had spiritual experiences before that. I think i was so close to death. My spirit was was in and out of my body sometimes and i went. I went to somewhere familiar. Like i went to where i worked and everything was happening and when i thought about it it would recoil the moment. You realize wait a minute. What am i doing. Anything unusual. Like i was back. I was the of my girlfriends and everybody was in these car tables and they were all sad when we plan their twenty fifth wedding anniversary. My girlfriend so they actually had it but nobody was happy because they knew you were dying. Yeah okay. I don't even talk about that. Usually thought i love touched on these things so miserable stuff. I wanna to store. This people are dying to know. What is it like to die. What is it like to experience these things. What is the nature of this reality. We pretend is not reality. She in western culture course. Now i'll just say this concerning there's only two possibilities there is an afterlife or an eternal endless state of nothingness that's all there is the latter part usually leads to agnostic atheism. Th there's no you might as well impulses if there's no resurrection you might as well party. So i'm convinced. But in the greek he doesn't say party. Yeah defer to the greek scholars. At any rate there is an afterlife but where it's like space. Captain kirk is not the final frontier attorneys the final frontier. And get there whether you believe it or not whether you're in a coma or whether you're oh you're going there you don't need to believe in it because you're going there anyway whether you believe it or not. We're gonna break talking. To mickey robinson mickey with an m. i c. k. e. y. Falling into heaven is the book were discussing Wants those away..
"micky" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show
"Instrument panel. Your face stopped your body seatbelt. Yeah going one hundred miles an hour a pretty bad head obviously and then shock and confusion as the skydiver leaving. My partner was getting out of the play of the baggage door that we open. I mean it is a little miraculous than anybody survived. Yeah did you all survive. The pilot was burned alive. So i was stuck something had holding me. I was trying to escape through this whole that was in side of the plane. I was with my hand at something. Had a hold of me and i was soaked with fuel and on fire from head to toe. You are soaked with fuel and on fire from head to tell the fuels held in rubber bladders on either side of the wing and we. Empty the left wing. So we'd be a little lighter. This was full of fuel. Just got in there somehow. It exploded when my partner got out here. Screaming and ranting grabbed me and i was just soap to fuel and burning alive then what happened enrolled me on the ground to fire out and get out of the way i took a couple of steps fell over backwards and i hit the ground israel fuzzy. I don't remember the actual fire. Remember pain not that no no it was. I don't know why i just don't maybe it's amnesia. You know for a reason and i remember my hit the ground i put my head the back of my head i looked in the back of my head was stuck to the palm my left hand and then i remember being in the in for the first time in my life a young hotshot who didn't know god i called out to god i didn't know until lord that never please help me. I'm sorry please don't me. It's ought didn't know how to pray. I i'm sorry that's interesting that you would feel that need to say that again. It was short and desperate again. I was in church. Since i was an infant but i didn't know anybody was really christian. Never really heard the gospel that i know of if i did. I don't know people say well. What if i probably wouldn't have listen. But i cried out to god. They took me. I think the doctors thought probably wouldn't make it through the night. I might die of shock from the the massive burns. Head trauma lacerations and i remember. They took me in for surgery. I don't remember anything and the next day. All these people came in to see me in intensive care basically to say goodbye about i. Didn't i day where they knew you were dying. But somehow he didn't die. We're going to go to break folks talking to mickey robinson. The book is falling into heaven will be right back..
"micky" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show
"Show with your host eric. Metaxas folks welcome to the eric. Metaxas show. i'll be playing the role of Eric metaxas the host until further notice. But the good news is my guest will be playing himself. His name is mickey robinson. Mickey i don't know where to begin so let me just say hello. Welcome to the program so good to be here. Good to see you again It's great to see you and your story is one of the most amazing stories. I've heard so. I'm going to force you to tell it again because i know that there are many people that are tuned in your story and when i heard your story i just thought this is one of those stories so let me say you have a new book out called supernatural courage. Activating spiritual bravery to win. Today's battle mickey robinson. But your first book. The way i got to know you is called falling into heaven a skydivers gripping account of heaven healings and miracles. Great title falling into heaven Let's start there because you were kind of a different person when you were a teenager. Wouldn't you say yeah. It was hot stuff. I thought you were hot stuff. How where did you grow up group suburb. Round cleveland ohio. I went went to eight years of pro school to high school. And this was you know the mid sixties and the american dream for kid like me seemed to be accessible for anybody that any kind of tolerability. And and as as i progress more i began to react to the media culture. Whatever you know be somebody do. That was really good at sports. Could be in the in crowd but we grew up in. I went to high school in a small school was really good. I was good at all kinds of sports play. Football since as low kid was snow. Ski ear Swim team. I did gymnastics on my own. Evidently had a talent. So you were tremendously gifted at and at Did you say that you went into finance. i'm trying to remember eighteen. I i started working stockbrokerage from having no experience at all. I just kind of looked like i talked my way into it. And then he promoted me. And i was buying and selling other people's stocks millions dollars a day so it was feeling pretty good and my ego was blowing up like the goodyear blimp and i mean i felt. It seemed to match what i like to do. But you know there's never enough in this life to stimulate if you're looking for stimulation and so i liked a lot of things. I was always fascinated with aviation start flying airplanes and i found it. It's really cool to wait. Wait wait you. How old were you when you started flying airplanes because about eighteen. And how did that happen. There was a little ad you could. You could do a practice ride for five dollars a little airport little commercial airport in the area. And i did that and then i found out about skydiving and i became totally into it. After one jump. I became pretty much a skydiving crackhead and after twenty jumps which is short period of time. I was asked to be unprofessional. Demonstration team which is far as i know that never happened after twenty jumps okay. So you're really into this now. I just have to i always. I remember the first time i interviewed. I remember you get the picture of like you were hotshot. You're super talented. Everything's going great. You don't know what i'm you know. I've met people like this over the years and they always scare me a little bit because you can see it. It's not going to end well. Not that they're going to get into a horrible accident like you. did you just feel like. They're they're insatiable they just want energy and excitement and you and it's all coming to them and every and so for you. It was skydiving here. You're nineteen years old. And suddenly. I mean even in that you rock it up and finance rocket it up in skydiving. They ask you after twenty jumps to be an amazing well. It's the thing about. It is first of all i might look good at. I might felt good. But i was missing. The most important thing didn't know what that was. And when you're when you're at search for anything when you get somewhere you think you got it but there's always more for this for me. Free fall is really where it's at that when you jump out of the plane and you earn free fall and before you open your parachute you feel like you're flying and it really is okay. So that's that's what was the most exhilarating parlier drifting down on parachutes not that exciting. It's like it all it is is beautiful for the first time too. It's quiet and beautiful. But then you gotta do it again and again and again you know so. It's like it's like. I don't want to drugs because it's but of course like drugs live obsessive so it began to everything was about skydiving for that period of time. Okay there was like i literally. I was falling into free freedom. I you know the vietnam war was going on. I think about the draft. I was in love going to get married. That was okay but it wasn't as important as this living for the moment literally. That moment was thirty to sixty seconds in free fall. Open your parachute. Have a nice landing and do it again. So you we're gonna get married you in one thousand nine hundred going to get married. Maybe in another year so my friend was in college in southern ohio. And we did all the right stuff. It seemed like but suddenly The life that i knew ended in a moment. We're going up on a five skydivers in the plane. Three professionals in two students put out and the pilot piper cherokee six. And were you. Were you at this point considered professional. Yeah so how many jumps in were you at this point now. There are many one hundred. Some you know okay That's a lotta jumps. But but the thing was for me to get out of an airplane was as much as from you. Get out of that cabinet. Didn't take any any kind of. I was never afraid to jump and it wasn't because i was adrenaline junkie. I want afraid so there wasn't really it. Was the pleasure. Living for the pleasure of being in free fall. People can have that. I still living for the moment. That could be thirty year career. That can be a certain relationship that could be a goal like achieving something monetarily. This this was momentarily rushes of pleasure hiding what was really missing. So what happened when you had this horrifying acts we took off on how maybe one hundred feet in the air going on takeoff fast and then all of a sudden we lost the engine. The pilot hit me. We took five or six. Oh my god. We're going down wait. You're only one hundred feet up right after takeoff so you just took the plane off of the plane and a hundred feet up you lose the engine and there's nothing you can do because you lose all the lift too so you basically fall like a car would from that height going in other words. You're not yeah in other words. If you're at a thousand feet you're actually. The plane is flying a plane at one hundred feet. You're like iraq. Aerodynamic stall and just drop straight down. And i'm sure the view of the wind chill we're all did and we hit a tree. The wing this side of the plane where i was sitting in a tree and cartwheel a couple of times and of course it tore the fuselage open and we wedged into the ground. Of course my face dot my body going hundred miles. Now or against the instrument panel. Your face stopped your body seatbelt. Yeah going one hundred miles an hour a pretty bad head obviously and then shock and confusion as the skydiver leaving..
What To Expect From WWDC 2021
"Having their worldwide developers conference. And so they're going to do it virtually again this year. They had a successful one last year, and so they're going to repeat it again this year. Uh, the big things they're going to come up, of course. Will be an apple IOS 15 paired OS 15, Mac OS 12 Watch OS eight and T V O s 15. So there's a new V O s. That's right. You see? Oh, my gosh. Mickey Mouse So, but one thing now, what is this about the removal of the touch bar now? I mean, we've had a lot of mixed things about, you know. My son loves the programmable touchbar, depending on what applications you use. Is that going to be a car? Saul platforms? Well, from what I hear, with the possibility of announcements of the new MacBook pros Using the M one or possibly an M two. Chip, Uh, they're going to the rumor is they're removing the touch bar and and replacing a number of other things on the Mac book, one of them being an HDMI port on it. Uh, an additional USB ports. Uh so they're they're They're taking the touch bar away. Evidently, the touch borrow had mixed reviews with it and didn't go over quite as big as it As they had thought it would. I thought it was kind of a nifty feature when it was on the computers. I didn't own a MacBook pro that had a touch my run it, But I did get a chance to use one on occasion and Thought it was a nice edition. You said your son enjoyed
"micky" Discussed on Marty Smith's America The Podcast
"Welcome to the marty. Smith's america podcast volume one hundred something and kind of catch up episode. I haven't even talked to travis in two weeks. I don't know ten days something like that. Since we we sent a couple of texts for the most part you know when you're at the pga championship in the new york vacation. I i know what it's like at the golf of been so. There's not a whole lot of time to chat so yet it's been a while. Since you know downloaded anything while couple of weeks backing up to the preakness and how we all had certain expectations. And then those expectations did not come to fruition. And just an amazing experience though. I love that event. I love the energy that the horse racing community has and the passion that they have for the sport. They loved so much. I mean we all really wondered how medina spirit would do as well as concert tour. In the aftermath of the bob baffert controversy and the twenty one picograms of beta metha- zone shocked. I can still remember to say it that way. I i mean. I'm that's one of the most impressive things that you've done. Your career is how quickly you learn to pronounce that warded have. I don't think you've messed it up once. You're giving me too much credit. I don't know if i'm pronouncing it correctly but spent my entire weekend in baltimore talking about it so if i am meant mispronouncing it at least i'm consistently mispronouncing it. I think though your producer. Chris would have corrected you and she's like though the horse racing czar. She's a ninja man. She she is the all knowing when it comes to that industry and helping me navigate every single laugh shot and doing my best to to do so and she is such an invaluable resource in making share. That terminologies are ri- that the canada. There's a language in horse racing just like there's a language auto racing just like there's a language in golf and if you don't use that language people they notice and so she's very adept at helping me navigate that and do it at least at a functional level and again we all expected one of those two baffert horses medina spirit or concert tour to to win the preakness. We thought concert tour would be the one that would possibly and probably eliminate medina spirit from triple crown opportunity. Well it wasn't it was wrong. Bauer which i mean. I don't know. I don't know a whole lot of people who had the six horse in their exact. The box lineups. I had the whole damn field in an an exact box lineup. Except the six money away and it was funny. I was hanging out with my new friends from the from the hot rod charlie camp from the boat racing llc camp. I was hanging out with a couple of those guys. Dan and patrick at the preakness. They said let me see your tickets and hand them one of my tickets and the things got five or six horses on it. They just started laughing and they were like dude. At least take some kind of chance and then rahm bauer wins the preakness and others through all my money. Away can't wait to see those guys race again next weekend. By the way at the belmont stakes. Hot rod charlie will be in the race and i will have money on him. They're amazing guys. I got a funny story for you patrick. So two years ago when we were at the preakness stakes. I got invited into this. Fancy pants shelley. They have in infield. And it's super big money. And you got. Lieutenant governor's you got governors. You've got the owner of the race track in there a lot of hand shaking going on just a lot a handshake and going on and so i just assumed i'm allowed to go in there so i go in there and i have tubular with me. I have our camera crew with me and we're just hanging out at a table. Having a really good time. Will some other people wanted to come in to the shelly. So i just walk over to the front door and bring them in. All of a sudden i could sense. I don't know about this security. Seems like they're giving me decide. I right now. So i was like well. Just ignore it. You know. I feel like i belong here. I think like you belong in places a lot of times. People let you go well. That did not work. So i go back over a lead. The people that wanted to come into shallow there to our table and we're just sitting there having a great time and and just watching the other races on the screen because behind the curtain for y'all wants were done with sports center in the morning and we do all of our live shots for sportscenter. In for for mardi mcgee. I did the entire mardian. Mcgee show their preakness. We can't broadcast wants. Nbc goes on air. They have an exclusive television broadcast window. The disallows us from broadcasting during that window so we have like this six or seven hour window from our opportunity ending and the race ending so you go around you bet you see people you fellowship you hang out your party in some cases and so so we go into this shell lay and after i got spotted by security and they of i could just sense the side.
The Argument for Urban Legends
"Today am based on popular demand. I'm repeating podcast. I call the argument for urban legends. And i originally was inspired to produce that podcast by a book. I checked out from the rogue valley. Metaphysical library libraries located national and oregon. It was written authority shall remain nameless but contain some events that are no more than a figment of someone's imagination like the dog that ate tiny cell phone and every time someone called his stomach woodring. Some were started by celebrities like mickey rooney claiming that he influenced walt disney to call his cartoon mouse mickey mouse. Then there is the urban legend about elvis presley giving a harley davidson motorcycle. Actor james dean. Sorry if never happened. But before. I reveal my favorite urban legend. I need to explain how i separate real and true from something invented by a person with an ulterior motive occasionally do find a witness or participant to an event that can't be explained away and they're willing to talk about it but that's the exception not the rule. Most people are reluctant to admit that they saw ghost or heard strange laughter when they were home alone for fear of being ridiculed. One advantage brought to my attention. Or i'm intrigued by a story on the internet. My search for sources begins. I'll start with the photograph of a pterodactyl that appeared on the internet that allegedly dates back to the american civil war in eighteen sixty four. According to the story behind the mystery image a giant flying creature was shot down by soldiers around eighteen. sixty four The city of exper- the story says soldiers said the creature was like some kind of unknown bird or monster
Disneyland Reopening Marks California's COVID-19 Turnaround
"I'm Julie Walker another sign things are getting back to a new normal Disneyland in California has now re opened it's the first weekend for the theme park which swung open its gates Friday for locals and Allison Stanger could not wait to get here at six AM but they let people in early so that was nice along with Mickey Mouse ears guests wore masks that will reminded about strict code protocols I love the guys here six thank you so much for that many feeling like Carly Anderson who came with her kids excited to see things up and running again we miss we miss it a lot Disney land was closed for thirteen months which hit Lucy bell heart was really rough she's an annual pass holder this is a happy place it's a very magical and being a disease it's like you forget about all your problems it is live the moment theme parks were among the last California businesses allowed to reopen in contrast to states with fewer restrictions I'm Julie Walker
Disneyland Reopens for First Time in More Than 400 Days
"Day is finally here for Disneyland in Disney California Adventure. The Anaheim theme parks are opening for the first time in more than 13 months after closing due to the pandemic. Gavin Doyle is a long time Disney enthusiast who started the website Mickey visit dot com, he tells the California report plenty of restrictions will still be in place, including capacity being limited to 25% for now. Masks are required for all guests, as well as the attendance currently is limited to California residents on Lee. That, of course, could shift in the future. But for right now, because Disneyland you're inside, you're outside. It's a full experience of the day. The mass requirement remains in place. Most of the park's rides will be open. Those some are closed for pandemic safety reasons. Costume characters won't be giving out hugs either, but will be posing for pictures from balconies and from stages across the park. Doyle says the reopening isn't just important for Disney fans and the thousands of employees who work at the parks but also for the entire city of Anaheim, which relies so heavily on tourist dollars coming in. Show me hotels have been closed for over a year. I actually just checked in to the best Western Stovall's and the best Western Stovall's has not served a guest. Since March of 2020 were the first people staying back. And when I checked in seeing the look on the face of the front ash manager, her saying, welcome back, almost coming to tears. The park ended its annual pass program earlier this year. But the president of Disney Resorts announced yesterday that a new program is in the works, and it's expected to debut later this year. Let's
LeBron James Rookie Card Sells for Record $5.2 Million
"LeBron James rookie basketball card has just sold for $5.2 million. The card claims the throne for most expensive in basketball, and it ties the all time record for any card with the 1952 Topps Mickey Mental Baseball card. Jesse Craig, with PWC See Marketplace tells ESPN he thinks there are LeBron cards out there worth more than $10 million that
ACM Awards Returns to Nashville After Rough Year
"Some of the biggest stars of country music will perform in nashville tonight keith. Urban and mickey guidance host the academy of country music. Awards this evening from nashville mayor morris and chris stapleton lead the nominations with six each maranda follows with five and is the most nominated female artists. Acm history with sixty eight lifetime. Nominations she set to open the show with duet with l. Pure won't just see awards handed out also public service announcements from country. Stars like eric church darius rucker and ashley mcbride urging people to get a covid nineteen vaccination the fifty six. Acm awards airs this evening. At eight o'clock eastern on
Keith Urban and Mickey Guyton to Co-Host the 2021 ACM Awards
"Night for country music bakers and their fans. Keith Urban and Mickey Guidance, hosted the Academy of Country Music Awards this evening from Nashville. There on Morris and Chris Stapled and lead the nominations with six each. Miranda Lambert follows with five as the most nominated female artists in a CM history with 68 Lifetime, NAMI. Nation's 56 ACM Awards airs this evening at eight o'clock Eastern on CBS
ACM Awards Take Place for 2nd Time in a Year
"The academy of country music awards will be handed out on Sunday in Nashville for the second time in less than a year I'm Margie is our letter with a preview when the it feels like it wasn't that long ago that the last ACM awards happen well that's true the last ones were in September because of the corona virus pandemic the ACM's traditionally are in April Marren Morris and Chris Stapleton leads the nominations with six each Mickey Guyton who is co hosting with Keith urban will be the first black woman to host the awards the ceremony will air on CBS from the grand Ole Opry house the Ryman auditorium and the bluebird cafe in Nashville
1st Female Members Fulfill Requirements For Eagle Scout
"Been just over two years since girls were first allowed to join scouts be ESA, formerly known as the Boy Scouts. And now some have fulfilled all the requirements needed to reach the prestigious Eagle Scout rank. Delaware Public media's Sofia Schmidt went to see one girl except the Eagle Scout Challenge. Ready. Hi Scarlett Home, Marquis. I scroll it homemaking, darkly recognized and take upon myself. I thought, believe, recognize and take upon myself the obligations and responsibilities of the rank of Eagle Scout the obligation of responsibilities of the rank of Eagle Scout 14 Year Old Scarlet Hell, Mickey repeats the Eagle Scouts pledge read by an alumnus of the program, Scarlett's family and fellow troop members air here for her Court of honor and to celebrate her place in history as one of the first girls to achieve the rank. As the sun shines and cake waits to be eaten on a nearby table. She tells the audience about her journey. It was a lot to learn Eagle and I know that I can help Younger scouts also achieve this ring. I'm proud to join many eagles in the special group. Scarlett is one of about 1000 girls nationwide who are in the inaugural class of female Eagle Scouts. It's scouts be essays, highest rank, and only about 6% of scouts achieve it. Get it. Scouts need to earn 21 merit badges, which require mastering basic skills on topics such as first aid and environmental science. Scarlet says that on occasion, she and other female scouts have endured teasing and belittling comments from people outside her troupe. She says That's one reason her troop leaders didn't cut her any slack. They always pushed me because they knew people would say. Hey, like you don't really earn that Sarah. That's giving it to you know iron this for her required community service project. Scarlet helped rebuild an old foot bridge over a stream coordinating a team of 20 volunteers, and she says she learned some valuable lessons. Just be patient for lie on your team. They're here to help you.
Disneyland Announces Los Angeles Area Expansion Plan With New Restaurants And Rides
"Talking about? Honey, Disneyland and Anaheim? They were all talking on Twitter. Yeah, man. It's about to be lovely over there. It really is. This is the biggest news. We've gone ever since. I've been alive, and they're saying that they're going to be expanding Disney, not necessarily like by the length of it. They're not gonna be buying any more land or anything like that. But they want to build new things into Disneyland. And there's an actual website. If you go to Disneyland forward dot com, you can actually see a map of what they wanted to look like. And then I'll tell you what they're planning. And one of the things I thought was so cute. But what are you going? I'm playing the letters here. April 30 well, but there is this thing on their website about. It was so cute. It said quote Disneyland will never be completed. It will continue to grow as long as there is imagination left in the world, Man. I love they said new rise new attractions. New restaurants like they're doing it. That's what they're hoping for. Because right now there's a Disneyland in Tokyo, and they kind of started an expansion and 2018. It was the biggest one they were doing. So they added a new rides there, they added new dining and you hotel and then Disneyland. This is kind of what we can expect. What's happening in Tokyo to happen here? And when we're talking to Jason yesterday? Because I know Jason knows more about to see that young man he used to be in the Mickey Mouse costume back in the days before radio before I became a producer here, Nikki, But I was asking him like Jason, would it be like when you park in the parking lot of the You know how we go down the escalator, and then we have to wait for the trolley to take us like what? All of that kind of be billed into a theme park or dying because you're in the engineering team, right? Yes, but when I drew this up Myself. Yeah, No, But basically, if you know, Disneyland Park there looking toe maximize all the space between the parking and the hotel. So they'll be rides like amongst the hotels that that whole other part of the street to buy the conventions there that they only on that whole big square block
Only in Hollywood
"There's a soviet film from nineteen seventy five called hedgehog in the fog. It's only ten minutes long. It's been called the best animated film of all time for the You're at your committee. Runco she said. I know surgeries now truly. Actually russian animation is a kind of an art. Form the cartoons. They're they're made without the restrictions that your typical american cartoons are like they don't have to be twenty six minutes long space for commercials didn't have to have these continuation of a story. Once the episode this over backing the soviet russia the cartoons were made purely as a way to sort of entertain the kids of course but also as a kind of as kind of arts. They were only as long as they needed to be. The only told the story the way it ought to be told without anything else. And i think people who have seen them. They would easily agree with my statements. It's really something to be seen in may of nineteen twenty eight. Mickey mouse was introduced by walt disney within a few years. Disney animation's were so popular that they're being shown around the world including at a film festival in moscow in nineteen thirty three soviet viewers including joseph stalin fell in love the slogan. Give us a soviet. Mickey mouse became popular and three years later in nineteen thirty six the animation studio so use multiple opened in moscow. A version of it still exists today and many of the films are admired for their sophistication and lack violence as one director. Put it in our films. There's always been less aggression. We stake darla not on action but on psychology humor and a dialogue with the viewer. It came out of the tradition of russian folktales hedgehog in the fog follows a worried seeming hedgehog who gets lost in a thick fog. He surprised by all the animals. He encounters who he writes a fish even by the end when he safe. It doesn't feel like a happy ending definitely not a disney ending in the final frames. The hedgehog is still anxious
The Mets Quest To Rebuild, And Rebrand, Themselves
"So tim. It's certainly been a roller coaster of an off season for the new york mets. How would you characterize the state of this. Mets organization as we head into the twenty twenty one season. I feel like the mets are still in kind of a period of transition as an organization. Steve cohen took over at the start of november and he brings in sandy alderson. The team's former general manager as his team president guy who's really well respected around the game of baseball and the thought was they wanted to instill a new culture for the mets to build this new mets team. That was totally different from what they had previously under wilpon ownership and for two and a half months they nailed it. We're going to build a process that produces great teams year in and year out. You bill champions you. Don't buy them. They nailed the opening. Press conference and i plan to make the investments. We need to succeed. It started signing guys. Trevor may and james mccann. They make a huge landmark trade for francisco endure and carlos carrasco the first week of january and everything was rolling in the right direction for them until mid-january and the story about jared porter and his inappropriate text messages and texts photos with a female reporter while he was a member of the chicago cubs front office in two thousand sixteen exposed that maybe the mets could have done a better job in the vetting process. That was clearly for a lot of baseball reporters. Based on the inference took off of twitter talked and he will find out his character. That's on you. Skepticism is really exacerbated. A couple of weeks later when we learned about micky calloway's misconduct as mets manager. In two thousand eighteen. Twenty nine thousand. Nine callaway sent unsolicited messages and photos to women among other inappropriate and harassing behavior. The former mets manager aggressively pursued the women through messages and in person the team released a statement saying was hired by sandy alderson. As the general manager. Calloway had been hired by. Sandy alderson two years before so i think all of the good vibrations from the first couple months of the offseason were undercut by what happened in the last month of the offseason for mid january to the start of spring training in february
Heather McGhee - “The Sum Of Us” And The True Cost Of Racism
"Joe biden and vice president khama harris head to atlanta today where they plan to address tuesday's mass shootings at three spa. That killed eight people including seven women. Six of whom were of asian descent. The trip to atlanta was originally scheduled as part of biden's campaign promoting nearly two trillion dollar american rescue plan democrats hailed. The deal has the largest anti poverty law in a generation. One study projects. It will lift. Almost fourteen million americans out of poverty including five point seven million children while the relief plan has broad public support. Not a single republican supported the legislation. We spend the rest of the hour with heather. Mickey author of the new book. The some of us what. Racism costs everyone. And how we can prosper together. Have there is the board chair of color of change and former president of the think tank. Demos thanks so much for joining us. Heather congratulations on your new book. Thank you congratulations on twenty five years. Thank you so much. The whole team at democracy now is celebrating. Hopefully soon we can celebrate together. Well you just sat there and watched once again. The reverend warnock you tweeted while he was speaking and said everyone should do themselves a favor and watched the speech. Can you talk about the significance of what happened in georgia for this whole country. Reverend warnock the first black democrat to be elected from the former confederacy. It was so moving. I mean i really think of the crucible of the twenty four hours between january fifth and january sixth as american promise in american paralyzed nutshell. I we saw a multi-racial coalition a multi-racial anti-racist coalition that was standing up to four years of division pain and suffering and putting the man who is the successor to reverend dr martin luther king marching through the pews of that story to church and putting him in office. Along with reverend with jon ossoff. That was an historic moment. So many of the political class had counted georgia out and yet a coalition that went from black folks who had been organizing for years with stacey abrams and the touch brown Two white women in the suburbs who turned away from the republican party for the first time and generations young people really overcoming a number of barriers to the ballot in the middle of a pandemic. Did the impossible with the promise of relief from this pandemic. it's self disease that has retaliated disproportionately on people of color. But that has shown that our fates are inextricably linked and then not twenty four hours later the dark spirit of american white supremacy. Fueled by a big lie that has as its core logic racism. The idea the common sense that of course a man who was rejected by the majority of people of color could not possibly have lost the presidency. That of course when people of color vote it is somehow suspect and criminal. This is the tension and explore this tension in my book because fundamentally racism has been the most powerful tool wielded against the best of america against american democracy against cross racial solidarity against the american dream itself. I talk about how it's brought us. The inequality era and figures like reverend warnock who put into perspective who in their own lives have so much of the course of american history on display are whom we need to look to right now to remind us that that tool always robs this country. It's best
Is Ekholm Seen as the Most Valuable Trade in the NHL?
"There's not a lot of laptop for Less. D. It's mainly just at home on the market and every team is gunning form. So that now the price going to go right up. Oh, yeah, and it's also one of those odd situation as to where is also seems that need at home that probably need him more than you do like the Bruins definitely could use them but like a look at the Flyers right kind of hot not been playing very well. The defense is dead weak point they can score goals, but what they're missing especially is a guy like at home. So if you're going to get to a bidding war with them, like, you know, they've at least got guys on the NHL level who they can probably pop off within more comfortable doing like gostisbehere or a few of the guys. So it's going to be challenged like it's and again if you miss out on that, it's not like all right, you've got other options there. It's like, you know, it's just like a guy who's like a tier below like let's say they're looking for a top-six forward like they were a few years ago and they got like Marcus Johansson. It was like a really really good 3rd liner you make do with that and wage. Pretty well for them. It's not like you go from like Mickey. Is that home to like a guy? Who's a beach here? You got like marks. All right, like it's like Jack. Yeah, it's not not ideal for what you're looking for. So it's going to be and it's going to be tough as a lot of teams even teams that view themselves as contenders or at least in the playoff hunt that are going to be vying for the same five to ten guys, right? So you will see how it goes, but the rooms are not alone and where what they need to fix and unfortunately, they've got a lot of holes to address. May
Why Prince William's Response to Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's Interview Is Surprising
"The big royal news yesterday was prince william commenting about the claims of racism within the royal family following contrarian. Meghan markle's interview with oprah. Have you spoken to this interview. Google and you just let probably this morning. I'm learning that. William and harry are looking for ways to have a legit heart to heart so the communication channels between the two brothers has once again been open and while i'm not exactly clear on how much contact they've had there on speaking terms at this point and that's a really big step. Considering the rumor is that they'd only been communicating via whatsapp for the better part of a year. So i don't know if it's based timing zooming talking texting whatever but going back to williams comments to reporters from yesterday morning that we just played for you. Real experts say. His response was a defensive. Bulletproof shield rather than a discussion about racism. Now to be fair. He was asked that question as he was on his way into a royal engagement with kate middleton but real experts say they were disappointed. This is real expert dc mickey andrews when that was thrown at him. I think you could physically see him tents and he just felt unable not to answer that question. I think that showed us. How angry and hurt an accent. He answered the rest of his family. Are
Monster Storm To Bring Several Feet of Snow and Tornadoes This Weekend
"On out West a monster storm. I mean, they're saying historic proportions that threatening millions of folks with several feet of snow and tornadoes this weekend. Yeah, massive, slow moving storm, they say Expected to dump snow in the Rockies and Western Plains states starting today. Actually, forecasters in Denver could be in for one of the largest no storms in the city's history. In some areas, they're saying snowfall could reach three fate. Yikes on the eastern side of the storm, and people in Texas, Oklahoma, Kansas, all being warned to watch out for tornadoes and large hail and damaging winds. And at some point all of this mess, Maybe not that intense will reach our area as well. But Obviously keeping an eye on that with our partners, W B SC Fox, six Weather Center JP, Dice Mickey Ferguson and the rest of the crew they're coming into Monday is the rain will probably be here and in last three or four days through through next Thursday. But, boy, are they in for it. If you're gonna be traveling in that direction, you might want to look ahead and, you know, check the airlines. There's no doubt can be a lot of flights canceled because of this, And basically you think we shut down for an interest? No. Even three Ft of snow. Denver is going to bring things to a screeching halt there
"micky" Discussed on The Screenster Podcast
"It as it really helps to get the show out there. Here's mickey down. I hope you enjoy mickey down. The day is finely carved into the podcast. I'm so happy to be here so sorry. It took so long great. Good things come. Today's wait right. Maybe we'll see. i remember. We met up in. Maybe in a soho house somewhere. But i originally met you when we were both working in production when you took over my job do you remember when i was trying to look at. How will the overnight was ashley. And i think how long was asking. Was it just one day or so. I remember the first thing i had to do was set up the christmas party and and yes it was basically overlap for day. Not last much longer. So you started in in banking and finance. What was the jump then from that journey into the tv world. Well i mean the jump into finance was one out of one that came out of desperation and fear as i was when i was at university. Remember the second year a lot of people in my year. We're getting jobs in finance a new daily sort of summer internships nice. I tried and failed to get one. I ended up working in the civil service in office for my summer internship which is incredibly boring. And then i then my third. Yeah i was thinking well. I need to get job. Everyone around me has job. I'm asked finished my finals about to get into the big bad world and how abby money and oxford for they like these these these banks in takeoff dinner and they show you a good time. They'd make to bars and get drunk and make it seem like getting a job. At one of these bases this holy grail. So by the time. I got into my third year. I thought okay. I need the job in a back. Even though before i go to university i never had any intention of your banker and went to dinner another summer. Internship didn't get the job offer that went to another bank and got the job. And i was there for a year and it was just. I realized very very quickly. I mean literally weeks into the job that i was just noggin survive here or i was so ill suited to it. It wasn't just like i quite like the people that actually call the environment. It was just. I was just so bad. Walk which which elvis issue. And yeah. I i really thought about writing before i mean a little bit. I short films and stuff when i was young are displays at university in school and stuff but like i think it was just the the the the real the fact of doing job that you'll see four in that unit you so you're working so hard to be average at really push to do something that you you you wanna enjoy and like at that age. I was twenty twenty two or something and you can conquer the world you have all these delusions about how successful you are going to be if i look back on it now. I probably wouldn't. I said to my twenty one year old thought with hindsight i probably say i stand the bank the likelihood of that accessible industries. It's a lot of officer. We work very hard and there. I've been in the right place. The right time in a lot of it is lock. It's just doing a job that you will suited for which pushes you do something. You might enjoy a bit more so that so. That was my trajectory from from bank to two television..
"micky" Discussed on Dateline NBC
"Took that whole life away for me. It's different now. It's my best friend away. And my little sister very wet fall afternoon weeks after Laverne was led away to spend the rest of his life in prison. Mickey's friends and family. Who worked so hard to find. Her gathered to celebrate her life. The community was involved in. We kind of wanted to have like a big memorial which turned into a life celebration. Thank you all for coming out here. Maki still feeling the love. There was food dancing and music. There was also of course ceremonial bike. Ride leaving the back. Mickey's mother Nancy. Riding Mickey's now refurbished. Bicycle they stopped at the spot. Where Miki was abducted today? This place were gathered to place this bike and her honor in as a testament to our strength and courage and then they released butterflies. And you from this. I wouldn't have a clue. You just really have to think about that person and say Oh Mickey really want me to be miserable for the rest of my life. She wouldn't want me to be sad for five minutes lot. Eleven five months. Almost you just have to live your life for that person. Four Years After Finding Mickey surely spine of steel was tested yet again this time after learning she had brain cancer. The good news it turned out. Charlie's tumor was benign and she's looking forward to a long bright future just with sister. Maki would've wanted that's all for now. I'm Lester Holt. Thanks for joining us. The meet the Press Chuck Todd Cast. It's an insider's take on politics. The twenty twenty election and more candid conversations with some of my favorite reporters about things. We usually discuss off camera. Listen for free wherever you get your podcast..
"micky" Discussed on Dateline NBC
"micky" Discussed on Dateline NBC
"Qb mcdaniels counted Brandon Scott Laverne as one of her good friends. I mean he was that good of a guy in my opinion. I mean that I would want to set one of my friends up with him. He may have seemed like a catch to her. Police now felt they almost had him on the hook for the murder of Mickey Shooting. For One thing detectives determined that the story Laverne had allegedly told his future. Father in law about being stabbed in a mugging at a gas station wasn't holding up any evidence that he reported that mugging to police. The Jefferson parish detects respond to the scene interviewed the The gas station attendant and reviewed the video surveillance and his truck and he was nowhere near that that site and as detectives look deeper into Laverne Past. They found themselves heading down a rabbit hole into a very dark place. We found out that he had girlfriends. All over the place that More or less thrived on the game of Seducing women what's more detective say? Laverne had an addiction to prostitutes. Something is beyond say. Didn't know he would leave her residence and contact sexual escorts. You found that up a checking his cellphone records correct so this is a guy who sort of had a life that didn't show anybody else exactly but this seemingly normal everyday guy detectives learned was also a registered sex offender having been convicted of sexual battery back in two thousand. Those definitely attention getter as provocative as all this was there was nothing connecting laverne to Mickey Shoe Nick's disappearance so detective barshop turned his attention to Laverne White Chevy pickup and other tip coming from the local car dealer. The tipster had said that his truck was stolen. Out of Texas insurance records indicated where in Texas Laverne said his truck had been stolen when I called the sheriff there? He learned the truck and then found abandoned and badly burned it. We went recovered in and brought it. Back Louisiana's evidence and what's in there and that was absolutely nothing. You couldn't even tell the color of the the pain so if Mickey was over in that truck. You couldn't tell that's correct. The heat was intense but Lafayette PD now had laverne license plate number and from that it turned out came an extraordinary piece of police work. We did a little bit of research and found a An image that had been taken from a traffic camera of his tra- about eight hours prior to the time that Mickey disappeared. That traffic camera not only snapped a photo of laverne plate number but amazingly it also managed to capture. What was in the bed of his truck? We were able to see that. There's a four by four posts as well as a white styrofoam ice chest. That's an in the bed of the pickup truck then compared the trucking image to the mysterious one scene following Mickey when we looked at the footage again on the night that Mickey disappeared. We could clearly see A four by four posts well as on a wide ice chest in the same position that it was on the traffic ham eight hours earlier suddenly after six long weeks Lafayette. Pd felt they had their man. That was That was his trump. All roads were now leading to Brandon Laverne but detectives couldn't with absolute certainty place laverne behind the wheel of that truck. At that moment most important of all they still had no clue what had become of. Mickey the rooms aware that you guys were looking at him no. I don't think he was in that. That was part of our thinking that if he had killed. Mickey we could keep them under surveillance and hopefully he would lead us to a gravesite but Lavar never did so now. Investigators raise the stakes decided to arrest Laverne and sitting down for some quality time. There is a list issues. We need to address regarding the disappearance shooting at first laverne denied knowing anything about Mickey then a veteran of the criminal justice system. He asked for his attorney newest girls this games of now turn owned. That's when detectives turned to the One person they hoped could break the case they brought in Lebron's fiance for questioning undergo nervous. This is basically just want to know about Brandon. Did you ever get angry at every push you hit you not one time? You don't see that at our. He's never showed that I've never seen it. I don't even see that in him. I don't he's been so gentle and Colleen Compassionate. It's he's amazing as I would've never said Yes to America as it turned out. Police ended up telling her more than she told them. Her reaction would only confirm for investigators just how sinister Laverne was you know brandon? Relishing things you like to. If there's something I don't know I need to know it would take the work of two detectives to reveal the rest really honest person. Brandon is under arrest perverse creamer. He is without a reasonable doubt. The man who kidnapped in you okay. I'll walk in here and tell you this. I can listen to me depressed because you asked me improve. Hey it's hard for you to believe him but we know that you're taking you want to hear the facts right. Heritage cannot lay out one. Not At this point you. He's good at what he does. He's a sociopath and manipulate okay. Say May have been shocked but detectives weren't they knew something else brand laver's past was far darker than anyone had imagined we learned that. Brennan's name had come up in a neighboring parish that he was a suspect of murder back in one thousand nine he. In fact prosecutors took the case to the grand jury but it failed to indict citing insufficient evidence for detectives. It was the final piece of the puzzle that put this case over the top for the shoe necks. Any lingering hopes that Mickey would be found alive was now gone me and my mom shut down after that we just and then. I got to listen to Charlie through the wall. Cry All night know aching crop but prosecutors were now struggling with worries of their own. Could they get a conviction without knowing what had happened to the victim? Coming up. Heartbreaking new details emerge. He was fighting for her life and she did what she had did. Mickey help solve her own case. Amazing good for Mickey when Dateline Continues.
"micky" Discussed on Dateline NBC
"The search for making shooting at spread over most of the Gulf coast get involved hundreds of people and thousands of hours and now a caller to the tip line claiming that Mickey had been the victim of drunk driver was a game changer for detectives. If you strike someone intoxicated. That's foul play so it looked promising. I only spoke to him one time. He denied any involvement ultimately when pressured. Yes for an attorney for a town on edge and still determined the fine. Mickey News quickly leaked police. Were questioning a person of interest and when it did the name Rocky McGee went viral. And it's like all over the news all over the social media pages and everything in the mixed you know everybody was talking about Iraqi MiG correct. And it spread like wildfire. The tip line was suddenly full of callers including one claiming to have first hand knowledge that not only Iraqi killed Mickey also had an accomplice. This individual came forward and said that rockies girlfriend she was present when he was drunk and hit her and that they picked up the bike in the body and disposed of her. Andy Cornea is the girlfriend accused of helping rocky she. I learned the accusations against her and her boyfriend. From Rocky's mother his mom comes up to me and she tells me that Iraqi has been taken by Lafayette police to be questioned in the Makishi case. She's hysterical. She's crawling She's confused and she was like what they think you did it to like her significant other rocky. Indie cormet found herself grilled like a red fish. It never happened and never happened for days. Police worked around the clock investigating McGee's alleged involvement. They process is White pick-up looking for any DNA that could be traced back to Mickey. We spend a lot of manpower and and a lot of time investigating. This actually thought that we were really going to be blamed for something. We didn't do when I was praying for somebody to come forward and admit what they said was false limb almost as quickly as rocky McGee surfaced as Mickey's alleged killer. The case around him collapsed. When police brought McGee's first accuser back to be questioned again. The original tipster admitted that he had fabricated the story. It turned out that neither rocky McGee nor his girlfriend Andy had anything to do with Mickey's disappearance. They were instead the victims of what turned out to be a hoax. And so this tip that you got. This was what just somebody who had it out for him. I think it what it was was. It turned out to be someone who just wanted attention. And a lot of your a lot of our time and it turned out to be absolutely yes Sir and that was probably the the negative aspect of the social media frustrating very but the saying once burned twice. Shy was a luxury. Detectives couldn't afford so went to new. Tips came in about another owner of a white pick-up truck who'd been acting suspiciously. Detective Bajour rolled up his sleeves. Once again and both tips. They came in a week apart and they were independent of of themselves. And who were they telling you to look at brand new Scotland Brandon? Scott Laverne was thirty-three-year-old mechanic. Who worked on oil rigs just offshore told me with the tips at the first tip that came in from an acquaintance That had close knowledge of him. That said that he was acting suspiciously. The tipster also said that on the weekend Mickey went missing laverne travel to New Orleans and came back with some serious stab wounds on his upper body. He was telling them that he had been robbed and mugged in New Orleans while he was down there. What they found suspicious was that he had no reason to go to New Orleans that weekend. and historisches that makes sense and it wasn't just what the tipster was saying that interested. Detective Barshop. It was also who the tipster was the tipster. That called in. Was the future father-in-law Mr Lebron and that second tip only tighten the net around Laverne came from an employee of Lafayette car dealership. Who said that soon? After Mickey Vanished Laverne came and looking to buy a white pick-up. The second tip said that Brandon Laverne had gone into purchase. A vehicle was acting suspiciously and said that he had owned a Y Z. Seventy one that was stolen and that he's here to buy another one. What was he behaving suspiciously during the time that he was purchasing a truck on the news They showed a story about Mickey and he got really suspicious and really nervous. They said it was visibly nervous. Detectives also learned that the soon to be married Brandon. Lavergne lived the little town of Church Point Louisiana forty minutes outside Lafayette. It was funny. I mean he really was that's where Laverne got to know his friend. Candy mcdaniels I met. I think man. He's a great guy. He's got a great job. He's good looking. He's perfect guy. I was like I gotta find one of my girlfriends. Who's single and see if they would hit it off with the more detectives delved into Brandon. Scotla versions passed the more they realize. Just how much wasn't known to those around him and even those closest to him didn't know that he had that secret life and that would include his fiancee. You don't why we're police questioning her..
"micky" Discussed on Dateline NBC
"A blonde auto bicycle a white truck pursuing her now. Investigators were pursuing that truck. And it wouldn't be easy. You're on the Gulf coast. White Chevy pickups are as common as hot sauce definitely didn't narrow down the search was probably one of the more popular vehicles in the area. Different kept US busy. Those images did prove one thing conclusively. They were taken after Bradley. Wilson says he last saw Maki proving he was telling the truth. Mickey had left his house alive and well when he said she did. That was a big deal because Bradley was cleared. It proved that someone didn't know probably took her. As the relentlessly hot Louisiana summer days slowly came and Wet Charlie. Shouli proved to be equally relentless. Continuing her appeals to the public determined to find her sister. Mickey nothing else really seemed very important at the time. Either aside from what were you doing so all the other things in your life. Kinda just fade away. Yeah Yeah bye week to. The fear of the unknown began to take its toll on the family which was now forced to reexamine just what it was. They were hoping it happened to make. I thought you know so someone saw this cute little girl riding her bike down the street and hit her on purpose and they have and are doing what God knows. What was but what you still alive. We're thanking absolutely. As for Mickey's mom. Nancy was a hope. Only a mother could feel anybody who spends any time with her is not going to want to hurt her. Because if you spend a few minutes with her you like her you love her and you don't want to hurt her. Without Mickey. Your mom was very tough time. Yeah Yeah I don't. It's just I feel so bad for my mom you know She always said that if she ever lost one of us she would not be able to go on in life and it was pretty hard on her. It was just so shocking who this has happened to them. And then eight days. After Mickey vanished the investigation took a huge leap forward Steven Bosch Attorney me and said Okay. I don't want you to freak out or anything but I think we found her bike to fishermen had found Mickey's bike east of Lafayette in a body of water. Called Whiskey Bay just under the interstate was covered in mud and you know dried water from being in the swamp so far away from where she disappeared was the bicycle found. Twenty five miles. That's not a good sign though. It's not now. Police had hard physical evidence with which to build a theory of the crime. What could you tell from looking at the y? But there was significant damage to the back tire at look like it had been impacted. Somebody had her. That's what it looked like scary. Yeah I almost passed out actually had to brace myself up against the table and so I was thinking okay this militia act and who did. This police immediately began the sober task of searching for Mickey in the several thousand acres of Louisiana's largest swampland. We focused a lot of manpower and efforts into the into the search. This area We had the individuals airboats like we're on now Atv's we had Officers on horseback just amazing search efforts. Is that where you sort of begin to think? We're probably no longer looking for somebody who's alive right where it was more of a recovery effort at that point but several days of searching turned up nothing. Meanwhile investigators appealed for help in identifying the owner of a white Chevrolet Z. Seventy one pick up that vehicle should be able to be spotted by the public. We've got a lot of tips. Well over a thousand tips from The tips line that alone that we had tip saying. There's a white pick-up here women calling on their boyfriends or husbands saying he's kind of deviant and we We I think he could be responsible for the disappearance of making. I mean it ran the whole gamut of of tips. It's interesting I mean you have the community sort of pulling the other define Mickey and like the other half sort of informing on each other about that gays. I don't know about that but we certainly had a lot of tips coming in. And that's how police received their best lead yet a story rich in detail involving this man rocky. Mcgee tip that. He was intoxicated and that he had encountered Mickey riding her bicycle struck her with his vehicle And picked up her bike and and and the her body and dumped her in the Whiskey. Bay Area nineteen-year-old Rocky McGee did indeed drive a white pick-up truck he also had a history of drinking and driving was involved in a traffic crash involved. Alcohol and tally. In fact at the time Mickey disappeared rocky was about to be tried for d. wine manslaughter to frustrated. Detectives all the pieces of the puzzle. Were coming together. He had a prior and going through a court process at the time so it would fit and be feasible that he would try and dispose of a bicycle. Antibodies so that she would eliminate the crime completely head. Mickey Shuna Come Rocky McGee's second victim. It seemed to be great information quote in Louisiana. Just like its waterways. Things in this case. Seldom were predictable or followed a logical path if detectives were ready to believe this was simply the work of a drunk driver they would soon be proven completely wrong coming up a tantalising new lead. Even those closest to him didn't know that he had that secret life and later a dramatic police interrogation unsuspecting. Young Fiance Help Police crack this case.
"micky" Discussed on Dateline NBC
"There is not a single name that we came up with. That could of someone who could be responsible for this. No one can think of even one person enemies. Everyone I know lighter one ever said anything bad about no obvious suspects. No real evidence of foul play. A beautiful girl gone without a trace. There was very little physical evidence that we had to follow the last message that she received on her on her cell phone was around one forty six in the morning on. May Nineteenth but after that there has been no activity. I mean that in and of itself sounds ominous. Yes it's a truism of police work that the last person to see a victim alive is the first focus of the investigation. So police brought in. Mickey's friend Bradley. Wilson for questioning. At First. It was just help us eliminate you. And then it transitioned into mistakes. Happen you can. You can tell us that there was a mistake and that segue into you loved her. Didn't you I mean you know pretty girl loved you. You spurned her You know maybe you should just let us now. Wilson insisted he had nothing to do with his good friends disappearance. I remember yelling. That repeatedly no no. We were just friends. No I didn't do anything to hurt. No that was the last time I saw is unrelenting was pretty seriously absolutely. We could take nothing for granted as the investigation gathered steam. Several hundred friends and neighbors of the Shoe Nick family came together to scour the streets of Lafayette Really Small City with a lot of people on it. Everyone knew someone knew someone who knew us and it. Just kind of set like wildfire. Everyone got involved whole community. Was there just Just in case you couldn't believe the outpouring just overwhelming people who knew or people who just felt your pain both soon more than eighteen hundred people from in and around Lafayette were filtering through a makeshift search headquarters. Set up on the University of Louisiana campus. Goes amazing just be people coming in covered in rashes and poison ivy and bug bites and dirt in their hair and they've been climbing up trees and digging through brush and looking for a girl that had never met yeah? Social media played a big partners. Facebook is like the number one way we reached anyone and leading the charge was charlie. She talked to everybody. She did radio interviews at midnight. Quadrants got up at three in the morning and went over to a TV station. We're searching every day was always the same thing making we. GotTa bring making home. We just want her back. We'll twenty four year old five foot. Two sometimes blonde. Sometimes redhead had become the tip of the spear in multi-state multinational search effort. Charlie had had all the the missing posters translated into Spanish and people went and flooded all the border towns and the border crossings. I was telling the social media team what to say. And what they say. And how they should phrase things and telling the headquarter coordinators where to put bottles of water and the sandwiches and stuff to worry about your sister. Maybe that was the idea. That's just what happen. What was this due in early man? She she stood up. She turned out to have a spine of that kid. I felt like everyone was depending on me to stay positive. And you know the Rock. I think it was tougher on your then your leading on to put up barriers. Otherwise can't function a week. Went by and then a major breakthrough in coming from a security camera that had captured this haunting image. A bicyclist heading down a dark deserted street in the direction of Mickey's on the night she disappeared. Police call you to come in and look at that video. Was that making. Yes you could see the big blonde Afro that you know very well known for it was her mannerisms it was. Her bike. Wants that like to see her. It was exciting. It proves that she got Elisa's far so now we have a place where we can start from. Instead of searching the whole city. Police came to believe that whatever happened to make. It probably happened right around here on this lonely stretch of road. That was part of her normal route home now. Police saw making unsecurity cameras during the early part of her journey. But not on the cameras that you would have passed later on. The only problem was that a detailed and extensive search of this area turned up nothing but there was something else detective saw on that security video. Something much more ominous here just after Mickey cycles out of frame someone in a White pick-up truck drives into Frayne. Following Mickey at an uncomfortably close distance. Now for the first time police felt they had evidence someone else was involved. Charlie knew that if Nikki had been abducted it wouldn't have happened without a fight if someone took her and she's conscious they're hurting have broken ribs. A broken arm broken nose. I kept saying that. Look for someone who's beat up around the office around your neighborhood. Because they might be responsible for this it would have been totally in character for her to fight back but the clue in that video would prove as frustrating to detectives as it was fascinating. They're going to be allowed. A White pick-up trucks in Louisiana within Lafayette Parish and surrounding parishes over three thousand coming up a giant. Turn in the case. Stephen Barshop tournament said okay. I want you to freak out or anything but I think we found her bike. Where was it what had happened US thinking? Who did this dig like continues? Hey everyone it's mainly MSNBC correspondent and host of the new podcast into America. 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"micky" Discussed on Dateline NBC
"Were surprises lurk around every band. Place that can be as dangerous as it is majestic. It's where all the currents of our story cross fear secrets loss but most of all love and Family Charlene and Makila Hsun. It grew up here near the Gulf coast. Lafayette I these. Two barely one another when you and your sister how far apart in age two years growing up you're probably at each other's throats. Yeah all the time you know. It's war between girls until they realize our friends used to sisters didn't just become friends. Became friends once. I moved out my parents house. We got really close Girls had plenty in common big smiles equally. Big puffy yellow hair and nicknames normally reserved for Boys Charlene was known around. Lafayette Has Charlie and Michaela. She never ever went by anything. But Mickey it was always making no Michaela parents. Tom A scientist working in the oil industry and Nancy. A stay at home. Mom kept a watchful eye as two very similar. Looking girls develop two very different personalities. Charlie was the dominant one. She was always really outgoing. Really you know just a a fireball. Mickey on the other hand head an intriguing. Quiet way about her. She seemed to be sort of an magical creature. She was sarcastic and kind of shy reporting. You doing really quick witted really funny. Twenty-one Mickey lived at home while studying anthropology at the home of the rage in Agents University of Louisiana at Lafayette. Where'd you see her going? I was pretty. She's GonNa end up teaching horseback riding lessons and big job working for an equestrian owning her own someday. When Mickey wasn't with her animals you could see her whizzing around town on her bike. Lafayette's a small town. You can get anywhere and that city on a bike and twenty or thirty minutes which was one on a late Friday night back in May of two thousand twelve. Having listened to live music with France Nikki planned on riding her bike home. We grew up there. It seemed really save. Ricky's brothers high. School graduation was just hours away before calling it a night. She decided to stop off at the home of her friend. Readily Wilson. She's it's nice out you know. I'm tired but the bike rides going to be amazing. I'll put it in my headphones bike. Home I'll get a couple of hours of sleep and then I'll do. The graduation walked into the door and turned and told her good night to be safe. That did not at the time. Seem like an important moment but it would later be revisited and re examined again and again because somewhere at some point and for Bradley says she left his house. Mickey Shuler vanished. As last time. I saw her later that morning. Charlie called Mickey to remind her about their brothers Zak's graduation. Our phone wasn't on. I was kind of weird. You know get home. Moms all madge. He's like Mickey Mickey's always off doing something. I don't know what she got up to but she's not here. You know so. We go to my brother's graduation. She's not there. Let's remember texting like you're eighty. What's going on here so even if the graduation you're still thinking you're a moron not something's wrong bike tarnished mickey by late afternoon that started to change my mom texts me. Hey have you heard for Mickey? Now it's gone on. If she had some plan to run off with somebody or alone you've known about McCain. I talked about everything Sam and in that instant irritation turned to fear. Nancy started calling all the hospitals as Charlie turned to Bradley Wilson. The last person to have seen Mickey Charlie told Bradley. Her sister never made it home that morning. So brightly tells you. Well he's confused. He says well she left my house and said she had to go home for Zak's graduation. That's when I freaked out and started crying. I can process anything until this was an extraordinary circumstance. Major Kelly Gibson and detective Steve. Jobs are with the Lafayette Police Department. This was not somebody who was just going to vanish. She'd never done that before she'd always let her family know where she was going to be. The shoe family took to the streets in search of making and they'd be joined by legions of people from the Lafayette Community. Unbelievable to say we're still have hope or we WANNA do is fine. So we've that that's what we're trying to do when we come back. Police have some questions for everyone including that friend. Who was the last person to see her before she vanished? Ever yelling no. I didn't do anything to hurt. No and a flickering fleeting clue was this Mickey..
"micky" Discussed on The Dish With Trish
"And then when we're in Texas we'RE GONNA this show okay so you don't have an exact date. The thirty first is the exact date and I'm hoping it doesn't get pushed back a little. Just 'cause we're just under the gun and like we had had to get a new editor and what was the concept of the video. Hot Chicks our guys are a little kid on a little kid. I WANNA your video Mr Right. There is a little person in little kid. There's a hot chick in it. The same chick that was on the cover. My dear jobs jobs in tombstone tim record this chick named Majia genevieve. She's super it against Ryan. I love her. We have little person named Katrina and the concept though. Oh there's people just like sheep reasoner no there's a reason and there's like some dream like I think they're nurses and the little person nurses how what's your role in it. I'm getting like a weird operation like. Hey you don't know what it is like if I'm giving birth or I'm having an abortion I'm getting exchanges. That's exciting because you're I feel your videos to our all. I kind of like a the havoc vibe to them. But that's like a story a story and like this edited as a job which I know he will like we did like everyone. Everyone fucking came through my friend. Garin like built everything built all the sets us. This fucking just did an amazing job the Cam everyone like. I never really asked anyone for favors. I'm not good at down. Maternal networker and everyone just came together. I feel like I. They ask anyone who's something like of course like that make sense with him. Are you ever going to stop ever GonNa if the joke is funny anymore really but no. I don't want to run into the ground and if you do that like Dan Natasha's joke. They always talk about sports players. That should have left early. Okay I'm like Nah I'll go out there until you get knocked out but yeah I feel like I can break all your Jones stop. It'd be nice to traveled to Indonesia and I was awesome and I'd like to go there every year but Bali but I don't I can't stop and you have your help you galaxy works with you right. I mean the but then like if you have a fight and then like you think that the work's going to stop but it doesn't that only lasts like talking last night or something now. What keeps you together? I try to get them to work with me. 'cause I'm like you have to stay because we naturally your arms like from the gate. Yeah you don't want to have another person do this is her real name many or no no just started as she was going to do a blog lake from like the lake. Like like not as my chick as like a fan right. Even though that's not that we met wasn't a fan of I mean she likes Shit but no shame in that if you are wasn't so we're like oh it was supposed to be a blog and then it never happened and it's easier like she advances the shows and stuff so it's easier when they don't know and it just like making money any is so cute and I love that. I love that you posed about our my issues. I used to date musicians. Don't we don't do it to monthly. I'm doing more but she doesn't like she's like don't tag and really cool though. That's like a girl that's not looking for cloud rather have link me with like other chicks on you. fucking Jan.. Yeah you know. She's awesome literally even when he rang out. Yeah that's me I'm the one I'm like. Don't fucking touch another girl. Don't even have your arm around her in a photo Out while you still like make out with the hall front row. What's she didn't stop me from doing that? It was like to. I'm not a germ phobia but like I got I got sick and I'm like that's like a hurt anything you like but I'm like I don't I got us up. I'll make what a cool check dams. M16's Zuber cool. She's really cool. My ex wife originally cool. I'm the only fuck that but in between I want to know this young and in fact in drugs and got chicks and Shit but you know and I just add more living yours too young like my daughter hasn't like I. I got in long term relationships than I think that that's good. I think young I mean I think your whole life you do whatever the fuck you walk in between those two they were all pretty fucked up. Hopefully minimum are listening. But maybe that's a commitment thing I remember just like sometimes it's just the two people you and the other person could be great people just sometimes together right you bring you know like you make a Ying Yang or do you make like a fucking explosion. Yeah yeah well maybe we should give them a relationship. If I A podcast released you're talking about. We're like we could totally be fucking life coaches. Yeah just and you can do it from anywhere get on the phone. We're trying to do that because if you have this kind of we're trying to get. Yeah that's strong out into the universe. No because that's impressive. I dont it like especially in Hollywood. Like six weeks is like six years in the world. That's I'm saying we had been together like seven years log. That's we'll see what I'm saying like from in your and you can be like. Hey don't she she'll be like this is how you just let them do. Whatever the fuck you wind you know giving other people advice is a lot easier than giving yourself? That's that's true but you've made it work young kids together. No not together she now. She doesn't want one in. I'm totally backing that up. But most chicks when they get to a certain age she's is just not there yet They usually want them young. She's not super young which he's not at that age nineteen year old and that's why she listens. CEO Ah there's nothing they're not seeing that no there's nothing wrong it's just and there's plenty of nineteen year olds that are super mature and you can have conversation with them. But I haven't found any okay. Well that's good to know more kids for you. Their daughters not in the spotlight. No she's not into it either so I guess yeah that's cool. That's how they rebel against you is just it be subdued share. Someone home like you know. She isn't really bring dudes Tomlin. Meet me which I don't know if she's just not really. I told her I'm like you could totally like you should just be chicks and not be dudes in your life would be a lot easier. It would totally support that. That's great but that's not my my dad and it should be your deal and she's like no. It's harder to eat. Plus you get a Dick. That's for sure I can't anyway I can just lay there but to eat too much is great but I think it's way my dad thinks I'm gay too because I'm thirty one. I never brought someone home to him because I think it is that bad that she just doesn't feel comfortable bringing home but daddy the issues. It's okay if you have them. It's five maybe get some. I think everyone has every garage albums daddy issues so you can check that out. Checkout Mickey Avalon Woking F breath will be out January thirty first shows in Corpus Christi Dallas Houston and Michigan Michigan so checkout Detroit Ann Arbor and before Aspen and let's do some shit excited all right guys. Check him out on all social. Media's thank you for listening to district which to rate comment and tells me was enough. Thank you for giving me a podcast. We got lucky. McKee Avalon here. We're just so cool and helps guessing..
"micky" Discussed on The Dish With Trish
"So okay so you don't do drugs anymore. So how'd you like when you go onto her and stuff like that like what is what is it like a day in your life like what's fun for you while on tour or you just unfortunately don't have that much. I wish there had more time. Just go check out the town go to a good restaurant I paint. I like to taint. What do you paint a portrait doing painting coolest art form? I think done since before I ever didn't like I wrote wraps in my head but I never went to a studio until I did whereas I painted since I was like seventeen. I think I had my friend's dad teach me and why do I like doing that. Go out like clubbing. Or I don't really go. Clubbing differ well-meaning. Simon would just because we could go out. Get free drinks and meet chicks now like go at. We'll go to clubs out of town after the show like Portland Good Strip clubs. Texas get strip classics is good ship. Clouds Houston Okay here's Nicole strapped and they have the hottest shippers I went there to just try. Try it and I was like this is all over you. And she's like they're like fucking touch your day. Yeah so when we're on on tour a lot of times we gotta split right after but just drink hang. Don't really hang out too much after the show but like trying to go somewhere else. What about here? Superfund me. That's all I do I like. I don't know I'm trying to be good now. I had a little bad episode this early this year. I kind of bender and then I kind of you know what I didn't know who I was for like two weeks and at that point I realized probably too old to be doing this at this point I would wake up and be like where am I whose houses this like from getting too fucked up. Yeah and that's ever happened in my life. So some of that your brain probably yeah. That was honestly like never going to recover so I don't know what else to do. I don't know what else to finds me like I'm so defined by hi that by like sex and drugs and that's I don't know what else to do. I mean all those things are great as long as you just be as healthy as unhealthy present healthy but like you know each. I don't work out I actually. I mean in a way like don't do anything like that. Sounds like shit was gained arlete so you can step back a little. Yeah I don't don't have people hitting you with hammers. Don't get any fucking weird diseases. Jesus committed twice. I can't babies. I can't get pregnant. 'cause I got comedy twice and I was like fuck this shit. Get the clap and you can yeah go too long let it go for for like a year. I might give it to so many people. I'm so sorry. Don't fuck me without a condom. Here's your PSA pro tip if a guy wants to fuck without economy on and he's probably just as dirty as you and she's fucking national. Remember when I was single I never had protected. Sex never did no saying see. We're the same person person. You never got anything. I never got any okay. Well he got like what gonorrhea is known actually never got. I've got I've never gone gonorrhea or the show uh-huh good for you. Damn I was beginning to all the time but anytime I would now after eight came out anything like you go to the doctor and have anything bad. You're like do I know what we got the cloud. Happy when I feel like I feel like you have to get HIV. Maybe I before the AIDS so I think you're HIV. I mean we just FYI. I you can live your life with HIV. There's not even a- as not like but yeah. I heard it's harder to get people take prep. You cannot go. Undetectable with it so after Magic Johnson. beat it honestly you like Tracy might not beat it but he is well. He's at the money. Magic had the money and he's like Specimen Jerry Sheen doesn't have the genes but he's got the money. Yeah I share. Will I think now is kind of a bunch of hookers. Lisa huck from. And he's Kinda cheap he might be the hookers definitely be rich dude down a lot of Alfred. Fuck out. He had A. How much do you ever do? hookers you ever get hookers. I never was really into. I mean I've been friends with IRS had sex with people that are hookers but I've never paid to have sex. Well you have a song and arguably lyric on your songs it's like seeing like degrade you I was just like. Oh maybe he's into like that weird peeing on people not being. I'm going to shower fucking feed back or something but that's not like allow none this week. I'm so excited this guy gets me and you're like no no no I mean it's a fine line especially actually appealing now. I don't WanNa like like choke someone til they fuck in. Pass out or any killing people.
"micky" Discussed on The Dish With Trish
"Well. Yeah and I think those are like older ladies that I'm all about escorts like especially male escort. I think it's so fine. Allow women are probably more. Oh Yeah I knew that Shit. It's cool to too early in the especially the ones that you wouldn't think like they're not necessarily supercar or or anything like the ones that I've I've gotten before they're kind of just like these. Random like Dorky. Kids and I'm like what the hell would lead a duly suck my Dick on the I know but that's normal. I feel like that's a mouth of mouth the other guy's gay right right. Exactly you've ever fuck someone to ask. I always feel like that's halfway way there you're halfway gala. Should you know those guys are pro like think they're not gay but it's like no you're fucking in that girl the and that's Kinda Gay. Take notes or like. I heard this comedian. He's like yeah when I was a kid at jerk off and stick in broomstick on my ass and then the other guys is like that's gay and he goes. I wasn't thinking about dudes up your fingers up your finger my ass but I honestly it didn't not like it because I was scared of being gay I felt like I was GonNa Take Shit so not that I had to take a ship but as soon as something went in there it's an orgasm I haven't it Allegata Shit and I was like I feel you haven't done it the right Wacko. I probably haven't done through care at first because it's kind of small. It was amazing for guys. Because that's what the doctor link when they check you and he said he just fucking came you know if you do it right and doctors do it right they can just get it up there. I mean my nails fucking people apart but I mean it does look like it though. I mean it's kind of gross actually should tell people that because I like shake.
"micky" Discussed on The Dish With Trish
"Like a call my mom from a payphone and was like Shit fucked up. She's like Oma me me and her husband. Were we bought the house next door rebuilding it. If you want to help build it then you can. You can live in the trailer in in front of it. So they cool and she said she that she wasn't going to hear from me for six months. But I just jumped on the Greyhound the next day and then she brought me in. She helped me a A class to learn how to use a computer is a graphic design class. But you also. I didn't even know how to use a computer. So learn like email and all that stuff. Yeah so and then I went to a at the time I met a bunch of people and then that's when like making websites was like a big thing making websites should people bowl for like extra cash. I moved out of the trailer and I was making website for this like Like small indie record label thing kind of came and went pretty quick that label but then in the room and I never wrapped in front of everyone. Just Kinda shot like that and then I was just on the thing. I didn't know anyone who's behind me wrapping. And then the guy came in and like he had a few records he was going to press like few different people. Then he's the what was that like. Nothing they know really what like that. I was like singing the song. So what's wrong with that and mine. He's you're the next one we're GONNA do so then the first time in the studio and the now is the first waiting reading today. That was the first time I ever did. And then just from that and then with the Simon Rax with dirt nasty. I'd go to his house a lot. We record she together so it was kind of those does two things and then I was on his cribs on MTV so as those things and then I got a manager like you found me. That's Kinda Funny Story Story to call me up and I thought it was. Simon pranking may yeah and then just kind of took off that's when we started handing out the CDs CD's but if it was left to my own my own skills were to happen. It was basically that manager. who was like we're going to do the show? And then he kind of and then those unhappy with your smile tired of feeling self conscious and photos..