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"millington" Discussed on Men In Blazers
"Like 5 points between what, 12th and 20th, the margins are razor thin. You have to have every element pulling in the right direction. And behind the scenes, everything have so many incredible staff members who work there forever and they are remarkable. And I feel for them because they are being let down terribly by their own app by their boards complicity. I mean the border reflection of the structure of the organization. And it's very hard to Dodge relegation when there is a meltdown at the heart of the organization. So that's where I am. And I do believe with this fan base who cares so deeply who gives so much who travel and are so passionate about the team. I do fear this could get very toxic, very, very, very quickly. And then it comes a question, who would want to come to Everton football club under that construct? Which is why Graham Potter would never, whatever happens to him, and I believe that he's going to get plenty of time at Chelsea football club. But my God, who would want to come to Everton under these circumstances, that's really you are essentially stepping into an incredibly dire free falling crisis man that a job of crisis management. By the way, I don't just think about this as a manager. I turned that feeling back whenever my kids are like, dad, dad, do you think Lewandowski might want to come to Everton in the transfer, you know, we need a striker to their minds who are like, maybe I'm bappy. He could cure. Maybe we'll get Griezmann. And I'm like, oh my God. Who would want to come to Everton football club? In this moment. And the answer to that is incredible. That's really where my heart becomes so heavy and so dark and I try and remind myself again as we reminded last night anyone who watched Monday Night Football is the only sport. That it's not that important. It's not life. But for now, here's what I'm going to say and humiliating yes. I'll say to you because this is all fan fiction and this is all shipping of wonder and this is essentially Andrew millington publicly creating his case for hope, which is the opposite of my approach, but I don't want to deny it to you. I do know how I spoke to a police officer once from the murder squad who told me that when human beings are about to be shot from close range, they will hold out anything to try and stop the bullet in the last second. They'll hold out a piece of paper in front of them, anything. Even if it has no scientific ability to stop a bullet, the magical piece of paper and I do believe, and you will link to the notion the notion that Graham Potter may come to Everton football club is your magical piece of paper and I'm not going to deny that to you in this moment. We have talked a lot. It is a joy to be here on this night of mostly darkness. I'm not going to lie. And I want to finish with a glimmer of joy in my own life, raising a shot of jagermeister, this bolt of human emotion in a shot glass to the tulane, green wave, your cotton ball champion tulane green wave, honestly, still don't know what I witnessed yesterday. It was like USC won the game and then stopped playing tulane are not great at football, but they are tenacious, slight Everton at their best in the olden days. And their victory really was a wonder of human perseverance, proper football school, game changing victory for the school for its profile through its applications, so happy for that place. And for all drinking a jager bomb last night down at the boot, it's weak side this. Well, until tonight anyway, Everton winning one one at city two lane winning the cotton bowl and the bears doing all they can to hold on to the number two draft pick. All these things is why I love sports. Just a reminder, we'll be back in on Anton tomorrow and Thursday 5 p.m. Eastern Time after Manchester City against Chelsea. Also, you may have seen the announcement on our social, but we're about to spend some time with Tyler Adams again this week for a new episode of Tyler Adams route to the cut powered by Volkswagen. If you want to ask Tyler a question yourself, give
"millington" Discussed on Men In Blazers
"To help you keep your business afloat while you wait for your refund call 807 zero four 2000 to get started or visit omega tax credits dot com. But let's take your questions and dive into the theater of wonder that we have just witnessed. And I'm going to bring up a I've already quoted him. So we get the honor of coming first in this World Cup 2022 amp. And anyone can come up after he leaves, we can bring everybody on. This is an important day. Let's savor it together. But let's bring up the great GFP Andrew millington and remind us where you are and tell us what your question. Hey Raj, Andrew from corpus Christi here. How's everything going? It's great to hear your voice. Likewise, hey, my question is, if you were the qataris script writers for this, you know, back when you first started stuffing envelopes. Could you have written a better ending for yourselves because as much as this is a fairytale for messy and Argentina at large? The qataris get to completely achieve their gold sports Washington because what people are going to remember is an aged great finally nabbing his white whale rather than all of the atrocities that went into building this thing. Yeah. I mean, this is, this is truly the challenge. Where, you know, I say this. We are living in a world in which truth is harder and harder to find. That sentence makes me ache Andrew millington. Or put another way we've seen over the past 30 days, how easy it is to smother and attempt to replace truth with an alternative truth, a war on truth. And that's what football's controlling forces have done. They are making so much money. You know, a reported $7.8 billion off this cycle. I've seen reports of as much as $11.5 billion off the neck. So you call that, well, FIFA is a machine like tammany hall, like the Chicago political machine of mad daily in the 1960s that is totally self sufficient, almost impossible to access to look inside of to change and it suits FIFA in this moment to project the value and reality of this being the best World Cup ever infantino's words seem used to use after the Russia World Cup in which he took a Medal of Freedom which he won't return from Vladimir Putin. Again, they get to have the narrative that they've tried to enforce that they're bringing football to new lands. And I want to be clear for the millionth time, the Middle East should host the World Cup. In fact, the Middle East should have hosted world cups before this. That should always be world cups all over this land. Should be in Morocco. In Egypt, Algeria, all of those are football mad. But we shouldn't have to have for our entertainment 6 and a half thousand people dying to build the stadia. We shouldn't have to have a World Cup in which Lebanese ultras are rented as extra mercenaries to support the home team because they're embarrassed. They have no support. And inauthentic. None of this is the way none. And their profit is your only motivation. And we can not let this war on truth when the allies alliances with autocrats for the second straight tournament while proclaiming that they are champions of human rights, you can not have it both ways. And we talked yesterday a lot in the amber about how change can occur. And I don't want to repeat it, but I have to believe that, yes, a Qatari superstar and bap a going hand to hand with a Qatari club superstar Lionel Messi and this arguably one of the greatest of finals of all time. It's undeniable. And when the emotion kicks in, we said from the very beginning, I went on every show, NPR, CBS morning, morning jail. On every show and said, as when football kicked off, Lionel Messi will do something transcendent and we immediate. That's why we watch football. We do not watch for the darkness. In America, we need to know the name of our FIFA representative. We need to know who that is, all of us. And we need to, I mean, this person needs to be accountable. If there's no accountability, we need to create accountability. And that is on us in this moment or ultimately this is going to happen again and again and again and the game that we love is going to buckle morally and be utterly truly madly deeply darkly darkly perverted. God bless, come on up at robo geek and mute, tell us where you are and watch your question. Raj, it's Paul alvarado in Austin, Texas and my consciousness is a cauldron of chaos. I need to belatedly thank you again first of all for doing me the great grace of signing my copy of your book in Austin. It was such a gift and I'm so grateful to you for your words in general and particularly during this cup. I feel like we owe you and davo a huge thanks for basically being our ferryman to take us across the river sticks. Of the darkness of this cup, which has been really challenging. But as I watch the celebration in the background, you know, seeing the messy have as miracle getting to kiss the cup, then embrace it like, you know, baby Jesus a week before Christmas, just such a weird confluence of feelings. But I still don't even know how to process it. But anyway, I could not have navigated this and experienced this better. And I think, you know, a lot of us feel this way if it weren't for your noble fearing us through the darkness. So I just want to thank you for that. And hope for better, brighter days ahead in terms of improving the game we love. And as you said, heading into the next cup that hopefully we see more of us stepping up on this side of the ocean to demand positive change and improvement and accountability for FIFA. Paul, you beautiful for human beings. You have asked a beautiful question. It was the joy of our World Cup to travel this nation to go from coast to coast to revel in, oh, everything that is wonderful about this nation, I think we did ten live shows. We did 17 twitches. We had over 10 million streams in that period. We did over a hundred hours of podcasts. We've had over 8 million lessons with Rory Smith, potting with Dave, putting with Rory, putting with Jesse marsh, putting with her, Gomez, and it has been the joy of a lifetime to go from sea to shining sea from Washington, D.C.. Just place where the Premier League ratings are the highest to Philadelphia. That mad youth development crucible in our city in our nation, given us all the errands over to St. Louis that historic town of sour brew and ream and sergeant down to the new frontier of Atlanta of Nashville Austin, which, of course, all different, all distinctly remarkable, but just full of bold, creativity and one that I do want to tell you, I want to come back down to Austin. I want to see a game with you. In that stadium, I was blown away by what I experienced in your city, made proper football city, the delirious Ness there. It filmed me with joy to be at Willie Nelson's theater, just talking about football and reveling in every single second off to the West Coast LA defending champion city. San Francisco, God bless you Oakland routes. That is a proper football town, and then up to Seattle. That magical kingdom. I must say about Seattle. I adore the positivity. Of its fan base, the joy of its fan base, the size of its fan base. That is a place I love. I crave. I can not wait to return to. And that's ultimately the joy of a World Cup. You will all remember, marma words, where you were today, who you were with, what you felt watching, but also what you felt about life in moment. That's what you will remember. And that is its magnificent. For me, I do want to say this, it is amazing to travel the country. My tiny team at men in blazers and what a pay tribute to them. Thank them for the incredible hard work. They poured in to the past 30 days, honestly, feel like about 7 months. They have worked there just fingers to the bone, particularly producer JW's in this moment, just creating so much content and it's been the joy of all of our lives to see for this with you GFPs. It really has. And for me, I mean, men in blazers at Gmail dot com is our email. Tell me your favorite World Cup memory, GFPs. I would love to hear it because for me,
Antwane Bohanon: Potential Learning Center in Millington
"You guys at in the process of getting this implemented? Because I think we need this here in the Memphis area and I suspect a lot of other communities might want to look at something like this as well, but where are we here in Memphis? Currently we just had a public hearing with the state Department of Education. That was on the 22nd of last week. So now we have to wait until October the 18th for the final approval. But the funny thing happened. So, the city of millington approached us, certain ones in the city of militant approached us and said, hey, we would like to entertain a conversation about bringing your facility up here. So we're in talks with that. Unique thing about that is if we build from the ground up, like we've been discussing with millington, we can actually build a facility to service 1800 kids. Wow. Which means we will be the largest military charter academy and North America, and we need a school lady way since blue oval city is coming.
"millington" Discussed on Men In Blazers
"When you are in Klinsmann played for spurs, is it Glenn hoddle played like a team that had a time 6 or 7 attackers, it was just completely willfully intentionally imbalanced and it almost worked and that is like the pure Tottenham entertaining way. And so to watch Antonio Conte, it's a very different approach to life. It's a very different approach to football, very pragmatic. It's very robust first, the obviously that one trick they do, it's just like a gun that fires backwards, the cave to Sony connect that's just so unbelievably thrilling and almost impossible to stop. I adore watching both of these teams. So I found certain kind of pain going into the Derby tomorrow that it really is only two teams will enter only one will come out alive in that yes, it also can still have their feet in their own hands, even if they do lose, but also psychologically, psychologically this arsenal team, they seem to be robust when they're chasing a gap, they seem to be fragile when they're trying to defend semi. I fear for this arsenal team. I don't think fast enough fans on this call agree with me. I fear for them. If they do lose tomorrow, I do wonder do they set up to escape with a drawer because that's really all they need. But in terms of Tottenham, they would say the spurs Y thing that we talked about from season three of men in blazes onwards. I find Antonio Conte spurs to be almost antithetical to the spurs. The most spicy thing that can probably happen because this is not a slapstick team of hilarity anymore. This is a this is a team grounded in in just a moisture of the dark arts this human being. The poly the most spicy thing, honestly, Ben banister is that they do it. They qualify for the Champions League. They make it in every regard and then Conte sods off anyway. I mean, I've just found that context from the very beginning, maybe for the very even when he came in, he said, oh, this is a terrible setup, then he started a win a bit more. He said, oh, we're never going to get there. And rumors started to come out even in the first spell of good times that he was already he'd already made the decision was already briefing his agent that he wanted to leave. And so there's no comedy thing, there's no lasagna. There will be nonetheless day that leads to food poisoning with this spurs. It really is, it's about content to me that I do believe in this first year. I think they can I've got a feeling that's sorry I'll stop and first could win this tomorrow. We're going to find out which class which weight class these two teams are in. And watching the football the past couple of weeks arsenal have found a way to win, but not with true confidence, all these teams are exhausted. I would put money on spurs for not the answer you're looking for. But if I were a spurs fan, I would feel quietly quietly confident, which is perhaps you would say when spurs are the most spurs he of all. Tough thing with a content team, this Conte is a general who's really built for the campaign. He's not. And this is why it's been remarkable watching him this season. He's not the quick hitter who just comes in mid season for the instant fix type of dude. And I think the way he's coached great performances out of players who've been middling Eric dyer for instance, if I were a spurs fan, I would be like, God, we have to do whatever it takes to keep him stay because if he's done this when he's off stride when he's this is not how he normally operates, what is he going to be able to do if he has the full summer and the totality of a campaign to work with these players? So godspeed, I really, I look at Merseyside derbies with true fear always always always always and I feel somewhat similar even though neither of these two teams is my same. I'm so fond of bloody booth for them. In every single regard Andrew millington, come on, you beautiful human being, oh, the F ing toffees remind this way you're from Andrew millington comfy with me. How happy you're feeling right now? Or is it just relief? It's relief, I'm calling from Corpus Christi, by the way. If you'd offered me four points from these last two matches I'd have taken it. Absolutely bitten your arm off. But it would have been your arm off. Yeah, honestly. But my question is, has Frank maybe gotten a little too comfortable with the 5 at the back kind of compact setup? I really thought we were gonna blitzkrieg Watford given the context around the game and the squad they put out. Yeah, it's tough. I mean, the same players playing all the I'm not sure if it was the tactics. This is a team Watford who pretty well sat back. They wanted a point at home and Chelsea attacked us and we were able to we were able to pick them apart as a counter attacking team but really number one is it really 5 at the back. If one of the 5 is Michael Keane, that is a question you've got to ask yourself. It's really a theological question..
"millington" Discussed on Asian America: The Ken Fong Podcast
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"millington" Discussed on Asian America: The Ken Fong Podcast
"It's really easy slash gene millington dash go. Okay. So do support that 'cause she's doing all the work and she can talk. I mean, I suggested that we should do this as well, but she kind of felt like her mouth would get too tired because she has to be in touch with our mouth moves and all that. So people can understand it. But listen, she is not giving up. And she sings with us. She flew down to LA. Well, I mean, she has to have an attendant, but she flew to LA where so that's insane. While Lee played bass. So we feel like that's the band right now. Link plays the base, Brie or Alice or both, play the drums and precaution. I play guitar patty Quattro plays guitar. Suzy's sister. Yeah, yeah. She's yeah, she's really good and she was in fantasy. She played on butter boy. You know. Yeah, yeah, the one kind of loose illusion to David Bowie. Okay. So okay, all right. He gets hard tonight. That's right. That's right. So, you know, if people can afford that ensemble, then we'll go out and do it. For me and Jean, we have to buy first class now because of our health. She had a stroke and I had cancer. So I can't, I can't be pivoting around with my health. I have to be first class. She has to have an attendant, right? But we can put it together. We can play. Well, Leon bass, 'cause it's so good. Oh my God, he can do everything. And when he sings he can sound like a girl too. Oh my gosh. To me, the way the documentary film ended, where it shows some of you lifting gene in a wheelchair onto the stage in a her right hand is still paralyzed. So she can't play the base, but send that kind of the brace, but they put the mic right up to her lips, and then Lee picks up his base and you can see the tears coming down. Seriously coming down my face. It was so moving because I feel like, yeah, you know, any other good bass player, they could cover that part, but there's something about the biology. Right? Like Lee can bring James spirit into his playing. Well, he needs to sleep in her base case when we did games. There. That's about as close as you can get. Before in the whole thing, you know? Yeah. Yeah. Well, this has just been such a terrific time for me to get to know you June. How can people track fanny and you and all of that? What's the social media presence that you and the band have? Well, I have a Facebook site that's quite, you know, June millington on Facebook is pretty accessible. Then you can reach me at either June millington at Gmail, which is really easy to remember, or at IMA, WWW dot IMA dot org. We all have and Brie has Fannie walked the earth as its own Facebook page and so does Fannie the right to rock. So we're pretty reachable. I get emails from teachers all the time. I guess got a phone call from America's Got Talent. They found me and they want us to be on America that's got talent, maybe. You know, it's like all sorts of people are approaching them. Oh, that's really defined me. June millington at Gmail or fat community, it was harder but in fact unity. I am a dot org is I would say the best one because you can reach me. You can order all the products. Yeah. You know? I love hearing from people. I look at my Facebook twice a day. And one as June millington private citizen. So how does it feel to have people discovering fanny like for the first time and getting the accolades and the appreciation? Yeah, exactly what you said is said to me every day by people around the world. You know, the film showed in, I think, was Finland. I'm getting emails from people from Finland. You know, we just did a film debut with Amsterdam. I just did one with Amsterdam right before getting on with you. With the other girls in the band. So we're pretty busy with all that. You know, and it's wonderful. It feels good. It feels good to talk about it. You know? Yeah. I think right after butter boy hit the charts, fanny broke up. I mean, you had already left the band. Right. Oh, it's kind of not that atypical of a story where you're fighting so long and hard and then you finally hitting the charts, but other things were at work, right? And so I think it's accolades long overdue. I think you guys should be if you're not already in The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, but I think probably what feels really good is that people are listening to your music, both in the past and in the middle and in the present because that's what you've always been about, right? That's why you work so hard. It's the love of the music and for people to get it. Yeah. And I keep saying the same basic message, you know, for snapshots we have girls don't dream, but on play like a girl I had the song play like a girl. The Gina and I did that about what? Ten years ago or something like that, you know? That should be an anthem as well. So I really feel great about the volume of our music and what it says, the content, because we have never stopped not for one moment. Good for you. I'm so glad you haven't. For folks who want to see the right to rock, the documentary film by Bobby Joe Hart. It did show last fall, but I just heard from Bobby this morning and she's saying it's getting ready for a may release. So I'm guessing it's gonna be some of a limited release. But folks, if you're out there wherever you are in the world, this is definitely worth watching. It's so personal. It's so historical. And it's awesome seeing how all of you came together.
"millington" Discussed on Asian America: The Ken Fong Podcast
"So she was on a wheelchair. Wow. So she was really nice. We were at the session. I think we sang some backups and it's nice, you know. I love that chance. Gentle respect. And so everybody, you know, hello and all that then. They wield her to the microphone. She stood up on one even crutches and she became Ella Fitzgerald right in front of my eyes. That was such a lesson. First that she was good and so nice and B, I saw Ella Fitzgerald. I saw her become Ella Fitzgerald and not a woman on a wheelchair. You know. And that was a huge lesson for me and, you know, how you can carry it within yourself and you don't have to flex the muscles all the time. I have the big star. And you know, were you little girls? She's past that way over it, you know? So that was big. That would have been late 69. That we saw that. And then how did you come up with the name fanny? We wanted to change our name from wild honey, and I'd heard of this band called daisy chain, which actually became birth a leader. But I, you know, I would keep my eyes and my ears peeled for any all girl band because what? There was another all girl band. I never saw them play, but I heard about it. I thought, I like that. It has a girl's name and a daisy. You know, those days of play. And so when we were trying to think of names, we threw that into the pot, we threw a girl's name, which was fanny. We didn't know what Fannie meant England. You know. People now, you know, Keith Pearson in the film says, well, they had to, no, no, we didn't know. Fanny, that woman to me was my age lady. White lady with steam chocolate and chocolate cookies. She was my avatar, actually, as I shredded behind, because I was so shy, I didn't know how to talk. So I just would turn up my guitar, but I had great compatriots in LA, you know, skunk Baxter. George, Elliot, Randall, will they were my best Friends? And we played together all the time. And you know, I tell people now, we were working on the size that you think of now as classic rock. We were experimenting and making up those lines along with the winters brothers. They were really great. Johnny and Edgar. And then in England, there was a whole other thing going on, you know, we'll clap in it and all that. And Hendrix went from here to England, then I saw us for a show at the show mon west. So that was early 69. Okay. So a lot of stuff happened for us in 69. I saw him, I saw, you know, all sorts of other people. And we played with sly and just watching their soundcheck was, you know, dissertation. Incredible. So I was learning just by watching I didn't say that much, you know? And like I say in the book, land of a thousand bridges which everybody should get because it's got the real stuff. I used to go to the film or west and there was a scrawny little kid and we would, you know, sort of fight for the spot in front of the guitar player. You know? Well, that was Santana. I realized later. Carlos. Really? Oh yeah. How else did you get the information? Yeah. You should write in front of.
"millington" Discussed on Asian America: The Ken Fong Podcast
"I think the first thing we did actually was we played a club at a college, and then we flew to Germany, and we did that famous beat club show. Well, I'll play the guitar and sing. Which has memorials of views now. Yes. Incredible. We don't understand. How did you transform from svelte to fanny? I mean, there's no other way. There was no magic. I don't even remember saying, hey, let me try a slide Lake on 8th a peculiar. We're making a hit. I don't even remember anyone ever discussing. We just worked hard every single day and we came up with ideas and some of them stuck. And there were our ideas. Nobody made us do them, you know? Which is really incredible when you think about it, a lot of the stuff worked out. Now, is this when is it Brie darling? Is this when she replaced Kathy? She became the drummer? Well, that was 66. So when we played in Reno that club when I told you, we were meeting return in Vietnam vets. And I remember, in particular, this one helicopter pilot, he said, you know, I just got back from Las Vegas and there's this band there that you should really catch. Well, within a few months, we were playing with sly and the family stone. Lake Tahoe was the place. Wow. Are we playing Lake Donald? It's such adventures is such a great time. It was our playground, okay? Anyway, so there we were in Reno and Kathy had already katri had already told us she was leaving the band. So Brie was interested in joining. We told her to come and she that way. You know what she and Jean are the same as gene must have lied about her age or the maybe didn't even ask her. But Brie wasn't 18 yet. So she had to stand behind the kitchen door. And I remember those rules that portholes, right? Yeah. And one morning about four 30 and because we played till 5. We started at night. We played so far. And incredible. There are no, you know, no regulations. No laws. So, Friday. You know, it was like 5 in the morning and I just gestured for a treat. She jumped up on stage and she could play all ourselves. I mean, she was such a natural girl. So she joined and she was with us till they graduated the following year. And then we had to actually put up even more little signs and music stores, you know, looking for a drummer and our youngest sister, the first time that Alice college yoga sister Sylvia picked up the phone shoot from got to give us a message for like 6 months. Okay. We finally got her. She played with us on an off, you know, 6067 and then Springer 68, I went to UC Berkeley, and that's when Alice went off with Addy in a couple other girls. They did wild Donnie. Then they came back, they called genius at 8, we want to reform. And I had finished my semester and that's when we started altogether as a wild honey. And that's the band that auditioned at the troubadour. So by that time we was too pregnant. So Alice was fully in the band. But it was having a baby. G was on base, Addy was on guitar. And we trotted down to LA and we played the troubadour and the crime went absolutely Berserk. So that's how our Hollywood story began. The Hollywood fables shall we say. It really is like a family. You could not write details or that dovetail more with the times, all the different clubs we played. By the way, all the clubs are owned by the mafia. I realized that, not because. See, I book gigs before we got a manager in an agent. So I would collect the money after the gig and those guys, they all had a uniform they wore a suit and had a vest and had some sort of gold chain or something around their neck. And they were really nice to me. They chat for a minute. They give me the money and I knew they were proud of us. It's really interesting. You know, because they knew we were bucking the times. They knew that we weren't with in step with what you were supposed to be doing, which is go become a secretary. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah, or play violin. If you could get a gig as a violinist. So they loved us. And I respected them as well. We never had a hard time to those guys. So we saw a different slice of society. I would say those mafia guys treated us with more respect than the kids who initially would come to the gig and they'd see it was an all girl band. They started sneering and, you know, doing puffing up their chest and all that they can't possibly be good. But within 5 minutes, they had to give it up because they were in love with us. And they left them with little gray. Just like David Bowie. That's why he wrote that. He was a true fan. Well, didn't he also date gene for about a year and a half? Yeah. So he was more than a fan. Well, there was a toy before he dated gene. Alice remembers they wrote as a fan letter and a record while nobody ever kept that. We didn't pay much attention. It was David Bowie. We were moving so fast. We were playing with everybody. When you played the troubadour, when I was watching the documentary, I guess there was a secretary from a record label there, and she was always kind of told to have a radar on. And she thought you guys were electric. I think that was her actual word. And she brought it back to her boss. Is that when a, you got signed to this label? What was the label? And then B, is that when you came up with the name fanny? We didn't come up with the name fanny right away. We signed as wild honey, with Richard Perry's producer that was reproved records our reprieve actually was a kind of a contraband label because Frank Sinatra started it as a fuck you against United Artists. His royalties and who the fuck you're honest on my own label, you know? You're going to screw around and be like this, I'm just leaving and taking the all of my marbles with me. That's what he did. He started reprise. So we signed with RiRi's slide on scene and because Richard had to go off to London to record with elif Fitzgerald. Ella was shown as the first session I saw right. And this is in my book, by the way, where I saw a real artist, a real artist in her power and her grace and respect. Because at that time she already had diabetes, one of her legs was cut off at the neo in the entire life..
"millington" Discussed on Asian America: The Ken Fong Podcast
"I mean, I barely knew about the Civil Rights Act. I barely knew about it because we weren't actually, we weren't actually encountering that through music like I said. And besides that everybody was discriminated against in high school as you well know. I think there were more Asians than there were black kids. Yeah, I sure was a frightened by those Latina girls with their hair. And we had literally razors in their ear and they could pull it out and fight. You know, I was very quiet as a very sharp, but I was learning how to play. And that was all I cared about. We got straight a's, you know? I got it to Davis, but what we really cared about was the music. And so that's basically how we started with a svelte at some point, we would play between their sets and I guess Kathy must have jumped on their drum set. Then we all auditioned for the same gig because we all heard about this audition. And whoever passed the audition would get the gig, so we auditioned for it. We got the game. So now we couldn't play the boys equipment. We went to our parents and we asked them if we could buy some equipment. And my dad said, well, who's gonna take care of you? Which actually he was right, but he didn't know that we had such a career in front of us that a lot of people took care of us. Yeah. So basically his answer was no. I mean, he was working as an engineer during the day, work at a rigid at night. He was going to college. He was the first systems programmer in the state of California. And he did that as an adult while supporting a family a 7 four. So you can imagine how hard that was. However, my mom saw that it just made us so happy. She saw the joy level, the happiness level, and the ding. She's like, you know, we went to a music store and she signed for the gear behind my dad's back. And you never found out because we never missed a payment. So up till now you're playing acoustics and now you're getting your fender jazz, right? Yeah, I think it was offender, offender guitar, and a vox aunt, because okay. The Beatles, gene, I think, also thought of all clamp and a base, and we got a small PA. So what was that 600 bucks? That was a lot of money in 1966. 65, excuse me, 65. So we just started to do gigs right away. And Kathy's parents drove us to the cake, so we didn't have to worry about a thing. And of course, we get there and all the boys were gathering around us. So they carry the gear. So, you know, when I think of it now, I realize what a kind of dangerous proposition it was to start an all girl band because well, of course, Kathy's parents were watch us very closely while Kathy was in the band. She was in bed for about a year, year and a half, and she was great. But you know, we loaded equipment in and out, but we were in all girl band and we always had people hang out around us. So we never got attacked. Thank God, because when you think about it, it is a pretty dangerous situation to put ourselves in as a young girl. Well, sex, drugs and rock and roll. Yeah, but that's not why we did it. That's the thing. Yeah. I mean, we didn't even take a puff of marijuana until some are 66. And I remember there are a couple of boyfriends of ours at the house of my mom and dad are gone somewhere. So we were supposed to be babysitting the kids. Okay, so they all fell asleep, and we're sitting in the living room, one of the boys pulls out a joint. He says, hey, you want to drive this stuff? This new stuff called marijuana. So we tried a couple of plus and pretty soon we're rolling in the floor and super hungry. You know, we can just do everything in the fridge. Yeah. You know, that's how we got started, but we never, you know, it's a good thing that we lived like an hour, hour and a half away and a half away from the real drugs, which were at the hate, and it quickly Oakland, you know. We got inoculated. We did just enough not to get killed, but to know what it was. So by the time we got to LA, we're like sort of like we wanted to get down to work. We didn't want to lose ourselves in getting high. That, you know, because we had too much to learn, really. We had to work really hard. A to be good musicians individually be to learn how to play as a band and see to improve to the point where we were writing our own songs, as well as knowing how to record. I mean, when we walked into Apple, Apple studios, The Beatles studio, it's in get back when they moved to that smaller studio. That's where we recorded. Oh, nice. Familiar. Yeah, that's where you recorded. But so when we walk into Apple studio in 1971, see so we played the fillmore west Barbra Streisand, film or east, to Nigel, we even flew up to Canada to play on the Kenny Rogers show, which I saw that clip. Yeah. And then we were doing all these other gigs and by December 71 there we were at Apple studio. And you know, actually, we landed in London..
"millington" Discussed on Asian America: The Ken Fong Podcast
"Come about? Well, you know, people ask me how I am a started and to tell you the truth, it started because I heard voices, you know, asking me to take care of business. And that started in 75 when I was in a meeting at Olivia records, which was women's music basically, feminism and music, 75. I got introduced to in ten years later, I was with Anne at Hampshire college, which is about a half hour from here. I started to hear more voices. And they started to talk to me in my dreams. So I was on the road a lot and there I was in San Francisco hanging out with Angela Davis and I told her about these voices. And she said, well, get going. And I'm like, what? No, not me. I'm not an organizer. You know, but she said, yeah, but they're talking to you. Oh. Yeah. She's a smart woman. Let me tell you. Wow. She nailed me. She totally made on this. And she says, so get going, my sister's an attorney. I'll give you a number, blah, blah, blah. It took us about a year to get our 501c3 because the government couldn't even understand what we were saying. A nonprofit organization for women and girls of music for all of time, right? That's not what's this meant. At least submit. Oh no. Yeah, it was hard getting a 5 one two three took about a year, but once we got it, you know, we were able to start getting a little small grants. Yeah. And, you know, my thing or mine and ants thing was that we didn't want it to grow too fast because having played in women's music, I'd seen so many organizations, that imploded under the weight of their own visioning. And so we tried to keep it practical. We tried to listen to what women and girls told us they needed. So we managed to go it enough to the point that went in 2001, we needed to find a new place. We were in bodega. Oh. Wow. Not by the ocean. That's bodega bay, but a mile away inland. And that was a great place, so when we had to find a new space, we actually found one back where I started with Anne in this area in Massachusetts and goshen, and it really is a fabulous place. We have this house that I'm sitting in. I mean, you can see I'm sitting by a wood burning fire. I know. And this is an 1816 House. It has two. Yeah, three stories, two barns, and the larger barn is a performance based slash two recording studios. We do girls camps in the summer. So we're incredibly active. Still under the radar, but you know, at some point that will change. We don't want to be too inundated, but we are finally getting back to in person rock and roll girls camps this summer. So nobody wants to know about that, just go to IMA dot org. And you'll see all the pop downs. You'll see. Summer programs, snapshots, land of a thousand bridges, which is my autobiography, and. So so many of those, thank goodness because all the profits to all of these go to IMA's programming. I don't keep any of it. It's a labor of love, really? Yeah. Well, including which we'll get to in the second half of this interview, all the proceeds for your solo album snapshot. Yes. All right. There's so many different ways for people to support your work. Now, is Anne also musician like yourself? Well, she grew up playing the cello, her mom was a violin teacher. And center of the country in New York Peoria. Illinois. So will it play? Yeah. Well, let me back all the way up. So I can't remember for the life of me June. How Fannie and your name popped on my feed. But that's off to your social media people. I'm seeing, and I think it came up because it said, did you know that the first commercially successful critically acclaimed female rock band was fronted by two filipina American sisters, and at the time I didn't even realize that Brie was Philippines too, okay? So that was like mind-blowing. But then I saw the last name millington. And I'm like, wait a minute. I had a friend at junior high. We played in the orchestra together. His name was Jim millington. And I spent so much time in his big attic at their house, just messing around, right? Well, that's essentially where fanny started because our band, the smell of sometimes would reverse in that attic, where'd you not live? Well, even in watching the right to rock documentary that Bobby Joe Hart did, which is phenomenal and it's coming to theaters this may. You are peeking through the fence of that original house. There's little things firing off in my cobweb field memory. I know that yard, right? Because you guys used to practice and play back there and just attract all these people. So it was just an extra special blessing to find out that you're one of the big sisters of my friend and junior high. I found him. I searched the far and wide, they fought him on Facebook. But you know, it's been decades and decades, but just to think that he never, to my memory dude, never mentioned, oh, well, I have these sisters and they're not here because they're on tour. Yeah. He was so into us because we took a lot of attention, you know? Okay. Okay. So I was wondering, how can we never mention it to me? You know, I would have been so tracking back then. Now I'm having to play catch up. Well, in the youngest brother, Scott is a sound guy. He lives in white. And he's considered to be the best son guy Hawaiian and he also worked with us. He came in for about 5 or 6 summers, flew in from Hawaii and helped us do sound for a rock and roll girl scamps. Which is a good deal they have a good sound person, you know? Yeah, oh yeah. Yeah. Let's go back. So now I'm back in junior high. How did this group form you were born in the Philippines, your dad is white, your mom is Filipino, sardis from there, and I guess to set this up before you tell your story. I'm going to play one of the tracks from snapshots, which is the ball of the fanny. And that was actually recorded while I was in fanny. Oh. Yeah, no one was interested in it, but I did a demo with our producer. And I refound the demo. I didn't even know. I forgot about the song completely. I mean, here's a little known fact. People hardly ever talk about. We back Barbara streisand and two songs on one of her albums. Yeah, where are you lead? And sometimes I forget the second song, but it's on the album Barbara. Is that Carole King's song? Yeah. Oh really? Playing behind her. So there's all sorts of stuff about it. So people don't know about him. We worked really hard, so. Let's take a listen to the sun. Running. Well,.
"millington" Discussed on Asian America: The Ken Fong Podcast
"Listeners before I tell you who our guest is this episode, I want to read you a quote from someone you probably have heard of no matter where you live in the world, his name is David Bowie, and he was talking about an all female rock group called fanny. This is what he said. One of the most important female bands in American rock has been buried without a trace. Fanny. They were one of the finest fucking rock bands of their time in about 1973. There, as important as anybody else who's ever been. It just wasn't their time. Revivify fanny and I will feel that my work is done. Fannie really set the table and a lot of us are kind of late to discovering their uniqueness of their contribution and the significance. So you can imagine how thrilled I was to discover that one of the two sisters June millington actually is available and around and more than that, it turns out that she's one of the big sisters of my best friend in junior high and Sacramento. June, thank you so much for coming on the show. My pleasure. Now you are on the other coast. You're not a Sacramento person anymore. No, but Jane is, Jane lives in Davis. Oh, okay. Okay. So you live in Massachusetts? Yeah, I'm in gauche and Massachusetts, which is just outside of, well, I don't actually know messages. We're in central Massachusetts. We're just outside of Northampton. So think Smith college. Okay. And 20 minutes from Smith is I may. Okay. So I'm a is the institute for the musical arts. For the musical arts. So that's something you cofounded with your partner? Yes, and with Angela Davis believe it or not. Oh, really? How did that partnership come about? Well, you know, people ask me how I am a started and to tell you the truth, it started because I heard voices, you know, asking me to take care of business. And that started.
"millington" Discussed on Asian America: The Ken Fong Podcast
"Welcome to Asian America the kenpo podcast where my mission is to spotlight Asian American culture makers and shapers by inviting them to share their stories and journeys with me. As of 2022, we've proudly partnered with UCLA's Asian American study center, which will eventually archive all of our episodes in perpetuity for future listeners and researchers. And as always, I'm your host, Ken thong. Welcome to episode 367 and welcome back to Asian American Pacific Islander heritage month. I've been so looking forward to introducing you all to my incredibly special guest, June millington. By now you know that I've always got my ear to the ground, listening for potential guests to bring on my show. With a weekly show that just celebrated its 8th anniversary. There's always a need to discover notable Asian Americans. Well, earlier this year, I learned that the first commercially viable critically acclaimed all female rock band was created in anchored by two filipina sisters from Sacramento, where I grew up. So of course I reached out to the sisters and just as I suspected, one of their younger brothers was one of my closest friends at Cal junior high. Talk about a small world. June and Jean millington's unbelievable story of a Filipino American garage band that morphed into the ferocious rock group fanny has been made into the full length documentary the right to rock, which will be in theaters this month May of 2022. This episode is jam packed with eye popping stories from the sisters and their band's journeys from playing bowling alleys in Sacramento to wowing crowds at legendary venues like fillmore west and fillmore east. From recording in The Beatles famous Apple studio in England to making the rounds of nearly all the talk shows in North America. Despite being the first all female rock band to be signed by a major label making 5 albums and having several hit records, many rock fans don't know about fanny, and that includes me..
"millington" Discussed on Monsters and Mixers
"The audio quality for you guys. I'm super geeked out right now because I did not expect to get to come to the pool and so I'm kind of being drilling right now. Well, we could have done this down in the slaughterhouse, which is even worse. If you guys are nice to me I'll take you down. Why Alton? So before I lived here, my wife and I lived in Memphis Tennessee, which is another weird place for a navy person to be assigned. The Euro may be personnel was relocated to millington Tennessee from Washington, D.C. about say 20 years or so ago. One of those congressional deals, you do this, I'll do this. So I ended up having this assignment in Tennessee for 5 years in my career in the middle of nowhere. And when the opportunity came to leave Tennessee, I had a choice of going to San Diego, Washington, D.C., Norfolk, Virginia, who's a big flash of light back there. Oh, it's 'cause there's a bull burning out. Oh, it's good. It is a haunted pool, so you never know. It is very weird. But San Diego I've never seen I've never been in a room and that happened like that, that was weird. San Diego D.C. and off it didn't really appeal to me and the chance to come to Illinois did. My wife is from a small town off far from here. And so we came here and let people in the military call house hunting, looking for a place to live, and we looked at edwardsville and we thought for sure we were going to buy a house there, but we rescued dogs and horses and I need a lot of land. And every offer we put in on a home in 2014, we just we were in the wrong place at the wrong time. So we were driving back to Memphis and the real estate agent called us and said this house in Madison county sign in any city just popped up on the market. If you want to take a look at it, I would recommend come now. So we turned around and drove three hours back up here and saw the house and put the offering on it. And that's why we ended up in this part of the state as it was really the only place we could find. But I think that was fortune smiling on us because it gave us the opportunity to learn and explore Alton a little bit and it's a perfect fit for my wife's business. My business now. So there's no such thing as coincidence. It was just a big video. I'm absolutely yeah. That's how we ended up here was just destiny. That's awesome. How long after moving hand did you guys acquire the building? Well, we just managed the building. The building is owned by a friend of mine named Dan. He bought it in an auction. I can't tell you what you paid for it. But it was a lot less than you might suspect. It was less expensive than a fully loaded SUV. I would tell you that much. And Dan bought it in 20 16 and we moved in then. Okay. But we take care of everything for him. I'm not going to say he's a silent owner, but he's kind of a silent owner in it. I think three fourths of the town thinks I own the building. And I actually did so I apologize. Yeah, no, it's not a research. I'm used to it. I don't want to own the building. I mean, I'm retired and I have one foot out the door pretty much all the time. My heart's in California and Colorado, where I spend a lot of my career in California. And we brought out there anyways three months a year and soon four months in soon 5 months. And then there's going to be a porn where we're like, what are we doing? Right. Let's just stay and maybe go back to Illinois in the home and that's the place. Yeah. Thank you for a month or so. It's like when do you come here to come in the winter now? Because it's miserable. Do you come in the summer? Well, it's equally as miserable. So maybe two months in the spring of two months in the fall, it would be in my Illinois home in the rest of the year. I wouldn't be out west. I think, but we'll cross that bridge when we get there. We have some listeners that are not from the United States, actually. We can see our listeners. So for those of you who are not familiar with this area, it is a hellscape. It isn't super hot or super cold like he just said. And I really couldn't see no reason why anyone would want to permanently live here for the rest of.
"millington" Discussed on Racing Post
"Is friday. The twenty seven august on mighty plan filling in for breach millington this week and i'm joined by boylan and case melrose racing experts to take us through the weekends called first up. What have you been up to this week. Mark been anywhere interesting balanced. You very bored indeed but keeping the head down Speaking to a few bits and pieces earlier in the week or tires champions weekend the build up is just beginning to similar here. Read our two. We had earlier weeks at mark. Silica there seems to be more optimism. Know that he will hopefully get there. And turnout was also confirmed. There is champion so that doesn't get you excited. What you're doing this is because that'll be some race and we also have penny victories as well. I'd love to see measure of coming over. But it sounds like they might go elsewhere. Lots look forward to over the comex. Even this began might be the most top top class action to be excitable. Indeed the raise. We'll get in snow in just a very short while you for straight to the mid eight for the fact that still only five hundred people can get on track. Obviously jesus very very frustrating and look it this in the next week. There's going to be some sort of the news from the government to be very disappointed. If there wasn't some sort of an forest disappointed might is before locally. I know the case has been made across the board You know it's not talion wheel or sports it's not talion. But the whole there are many many sectors in the country that are feeling disruptive unease. We feel as where the situation so. It's not a racing only issue but it is kind of hard to get your head around twin. You know as the obvious thing to compared to. We'd forty toes and people crow pack last weekend's honored hardly find and would have five hundred this weekend every other day. So and you know we get some sort of as we expect to get more for champions weekend harvest festival. Hopefully it is. Bang your head off the wall so for the time being and case your off to the cricket this weekend well assuming you're recording this before lunch on friday and then there's some still some cricket to be played i'll be heading tamotosu or dig it india. Let me let me see some louis. He's an action enough of that. Ben let's get onto the racing. Itv's cameras are good aware that feature. Is that celebration mile. The group to we're going to start off with the one fifty seven fouls tight prestige stakes agreed three for two year old fillies and this is a really good deep interesting rice. The favor is down at around the seven to mock than heller. You nine two to six month. the fifteen to tinderbox value theory on it's eight to one bar some good horses have won this race as subsequent one thousand guineas winner bills break when in twenty seventeen jewel. Great warm winter Amazing maria in twenty thirteen as well. Do you think any of these can reach celebrity. Not so sure about. I'm ready to be honest. But what i think what you just said tells us a little bit by the trees as the point of the season. Where city are winning these races. If you know what i mean. Horses the aren't going to trade not arguing bear horses next year. I got to be gives danica pretty big on hulu who already on four times. She obvious and the albay. Roy alaska finished second. If you'd like. She's already reaching quit. His daddy hasn't done so yet. She's only on twice chewing kempton and then went over for groups deville. Though and france they're providing section was amount of snow and don iran. The last the for loads of reese faster than anything. I did a quick phone and it was one hundred nine percent finishing speed. There was a suburb. In second for low. I need to get myself review. View in the pars. At deauville by any measure. Just about fast. She's obviously not been suited by that test. The speed at seven falange because she's by dubai regina who was more of a mile a one time show on coronation cup think but she also went on a group put it to use. She's very much bred to be guitars. She's bred to keep going into the ultimate Jere she's just exactly. This oughta horse. That wins the sort of race. I was impressed by she kept going and the circumstances deville she absolutely deserves to be favorite for this for me. I k and mauka thing where anticipating that. The grounds going to be pretty good. Not much rain about is that right looks looks that way for from the stage of proceedings mighty and to be quite honest. I don't think it's going to be issued for 'em pretty sweet nourish. We wanted more and more bullish oats this weekend to keep he's at deauville racists. Well she missed the giving them a couple of straight away and she didn't even get to clear did not saying that she was lucky. Let's say that she was crying. Out for a gap. Nate on just it went so smoothly for us killer the winner and i note for adecco pretty much. What kooky in terms of natural progression. That looks ahead. Oh you have a lot of time for our but you know what she was keen enough and he was the game bridge on the put a hold on their last time. Just be concerned over seven. But i do think. She smacked michigan seen etcetera pronouncing correctly thought. That was a nice debut. But i don't think she's achieve as much as johnny has and Yeah we pretty sweet. Nar me sensings for me as well tool the when i was interested in with prosperous voyage Given the my of this election honey sweet isn't likely to run out. I think i think you can up On her last. If you watch that back on our website you see that. She was set in a given a lot to do onto the to twenty five began. A good on again A handicap on. Claude cox is going really strong hand in this. I actually got off the phone with him this morning. And he may law number ariza's on dumps fiba our Three three zero getting white. He's he's going to be dangerous in yes yes beat the season you're still looking for these unexposed to the owns a horse. That's what he's one. St of his four stops a second on.
"millington" Discussed on Racing Post
"Twelve to one seven nine one. He's only seven hundred parents minute. Would you believe he he will win. And i imagine it went quite convincingly. Dow position is not that strong i put them into seven rights. Interesting one perhaps is point your point. In the race point ed de lebron's are de branded suppress ailey brennan lights and like that was a cracking runoff. Debut in a maiden still a main start hand was probably the mara winner race and didn't get a cure on at a crucial stage. And you know. The farmers worked reasonably well which agra soldier forward vinyl records runs here was faced. It looked strong maiden aunt about that day. J- mild granny when she's living in norbury. She's to older night. She'd always referred to a name is by mr son's mri sensei and she used to referred some mris julie brand so i'd imagine oh ms jelly brand on my beer i tell you i probably rights. And he's he's quite interesting. Put lonsdale children. Okay i'm very surprised that mrs jill lebron has made an appearance in the price cuts but they go right then. That's all the main actional sensitive. Got loads months coming. Just two sick. Be sure to watch racing. Post live with. Bet fair for racing reaction. Tips and discussion live every saturday afternoon on the racing. Post to youtube channel. Welcome back racing post. We can postcards. Bruce millington David jennings and keith mirrors. Done the tv action. But it's too good rices at the curragh on saturday. Let's see what the rest of the boys fence. He's loads of racing on saturday. The rest of sand and the rest of your chest cod beautiful. Killarney hosts another day down there in the south west of As this mates that licensed to get rained off. I'm sure it wants the big crowd down at newton. Abbot and evening we've got lingfield and chumsford full. Whether fans tons and tons to choose from david jennings wash your pick out. I've gone to the sunni sect to collini And i tell you a funny story runs. I'm going to type a harsh here in the fourth. Thirty-five attorney right horse call the west. Wake okay. i was walking. Go away on going. Play and edward o'grady was walking down. Just add hello has gone to said the way i said. He ran a cracker. You looked i could see he was kind of.
"millington" Discussed on Racing Post
"Is three thirty five askar on saturday. It's the king george. The six and queen elizabeth stakes over a mile and a half only six runners. If i told you that the forty two one outside and one group one last time you will realize it is a good rice. And here's the betting. The brilliant love heads the betting at thirteen to unreasoning out. Best prices as per racing post dot com and a quick plug. If you click on the best book price button it immediately brings up the latest odds and each way terms from seven of the leading. Mike is a great way to get the best value. Nice and easily. Love is thirteen right. The darby -oday our is five to two lone eagle six to one eight to one wonderful tonight. Nine mishrif and forty. Two one broom silent water. Rice is a rice to watch an enjoy or is it a race to get stuck into from betting spectacle. Start with keith melrose. Yeah think he's more of a risk to enjoy Likud this reysen. You've alluded to let elba oven there. That broom as forty to one. He wanted to grown predeceased clue. Last night i was less than three weeks will not a level. We're looking at here and can you. Can you realistically back horses. Short love than an i. i'd really. I'm a big final of i. Think if you ever beats new foe. She'll be are unbear- handsomely. I think she is a really really good horse. And i assume brooms a pricey as he's sort of presumed on pacemaker. Jd potentially because i think he made all it saw include so we've got the tactical element the only thing. I'm certain industries that every time i look opinion changes slightly. The only one that stays the same. I think a diaz to short. I don't think he was white. The best source on the day darby by suspect key lane would be fifty matt. Husky lost two front shoes that day. Adam kirby saved every autograph on nubian individuals Italian i don't think anything really got the chance to show why it could do. Even though he doesn't he's five to two legal sex to one if they were both see for one it'd be taken roughly the same amount of the market and i think it'd be closer to fee are not regard the deserves to be shorter and on him by just i think five to two is too short and our resolve this qualley will go as far as liam adult. I might just ball it and by club instead because massive fun but it's a really competitive and tough race as going to be mostly by watching for me.
"millington" Discussed on Pop-Punk & Pizza
"millington" Discussed on Bangarang Radio
"And i'm getting there. I think i'm around four hundred right now. I studied hard but even then like there's multiple grunts ation so i mean it sounds impossible. How can someone memorize two thousand. I'm pretty sure so. Yeah so we'll crazy fact you're asking about earlier saying like one of the weirdest things figured out is that. I'm pretty sure like somebody can check me on this. If i'm wrong but i'm pretty sure that if you are a japanese person you cannot read a newspaper until you're done with high school because there's just so much as you just wouldn't have learned everything at like i might be spewing lies on. That's fine a twitter checker check. But i'm pretty sure to fully enjoy the reading a newspaper. He would need like a high school education in terms of the on jason. My mind. I can read a newspaper when i hear when i was mid high school. Or right yeah. Excellent brain i mean even so there's i don't know i guess i guess. Two thousand isn't a far stretch. Because i mean you think about english and i can't tell you how many times i come across words. I have no idea what it means. Certainly or i've never seen it before. So i suppose that's that's really not there was like ten thousand of the fresh like a pretty sure that it was. It was had something to do with the us. Victory and then the westernization I think they tried to get rid of it entirely. But they're like we'll get rid of some of it. Yes so yeah. That's that's not a surprise considering it seems to always happen after a massive war like that go back in history and there's like now like after world war one there was like a bunch of new countries like russia like. Yeah exactly so yeah. That's that's really cool though I was just really fascinated by that. Because i think you're just from watching that cover. You did that. You actually knew the language because to me it sounded like like wow like he's really really good. Thank you so he must know like beyond the this song you i guess again. I've been studying for a couple of years. Now and a big thing is that i i will finish a song and then sometimes i'll because we've done another song japanese before on our cover record we have Crazy noisy our town. And i have some friends on online on twitter that i'll be like hey. Can i dislike semisi real clear. Can you tell me like if something sounds really american link. Put your super card about it. So roken broken spanish right. Yeah or broken. Broken spanish broken japanese when spanish in high school though and that was it was definitely br. I never got nearly as far and took it all through high school and it was kind of like a is a or k. No low dose. You know like a million like ski joke. It's called like. I can just rattle off whatever you know what i mean so yeah it would Now you've never been to japan. But i bet you want to go now. I was supposed to get. I was supposed to go october. But we are for corona and because we had to cancel which happens worse things have befallen other people. So i'm not. I'm not to beat up about it but i'm definitely hoping to get there as soon as it safely possible. You know i think it would be really radical if i could berendt guitar somewhere in and just like do the music to that would be double radicals so yeah i mean it would even be cool if millington ever gets to a point in their career that you guys could actually play there because a lot of us know in the scene that japan the are big fans of of scott punked. You know which is why you gotta you know tweet from that fan that one right. Let's start you know. Starting the whole a japanese language for you right right. That is definitely like like. I know that there's like great britain. For example we probably a smart country to play across seas. I because we have probably more british fans we do on japanese fans. But that's my that'll be a a happy that'll be serotonin producing day for gets a play in japan. As i'm sure those guys will learn like forwards. But it'll be like you know i'll be. I'll bet you'll have a whole conversation on stage the audience and they're just going to be like blown away that he's actually indian. Yeah does i mean we're starting. is that mean go. Or what song are we playing. What sean did he just in my dad that would be. That would be funny. Well cody this has been a lot of fun man. This is this is great. I'm glad we could. We could connect to this. You are actually on my list for a person. I wanted to talk to. And then i had a. I had actually a listener reach out. And say hey. Millington is one of the band's. I'd love to hear on pop punk and pizza and i thought well let's make this happen sooner rather than later. You know so So yeah thank you Thank you for your time. And i can't wait to to hear what's in store for millington this year so i love everything from production to your voice to the like everything just sounds so good. Songwriting is excellent. Thank you very much. Thank you welcome So yeah anything. Anything else about millington Before we go gee Well i guess. I would urge everyone who has been along with us for the ride to be patient this year. Because we're consumer hard on the record as i mentioned earlier Usually because we have the studio were known for kind of dislike writing something putting out running signed putting it out in like kind of like satisfying that a that hunger for you know. Obviously everybody wants more more That's fine that's that's kind of just how it today's day and age. I would just ask that. Everybody's just a little bit patient with us because we were working super hard on a big coherent release and i will not let you down in that regard of it out saw. Just thank you for everybody. Who's been in a sporting so far. And i hope that new people will give say listen and the orange futures. Awesome all right man. Well i have a great interest the day and and get back to get back to songwriting. I guess we is your your setup by the way. It looks pretty sweet. Yeah i got this. I worked at guitar center. And i thought it was. I was thinking about maybe like going into like twitch gaming or something. I don't know who these days..
4 Michigan Girls Escape Kidnapping Attempt by Dousing Suspect with Coffee and Slurpees
"A man is behind bars this morning after trying to kidnap four girls at. A Michigan gas station those girls able to get to safety after throwing hot coffee and slurpee. Is at the man this all happened outside of a speedway, gas station in Millington the four girls ranging in ages. From eleven to fourteen they were walking home, and they noticed Demand following them, that's when twenty two year, old. Bruce hip GAN's came up to the group and, told the girls to come with him and then he tried. To grab them listen can I be. Happening like I thought it was the test at first. But then I'm like this is real I grab my drink and checked in and said I try to I. Punched him in the head I will the girls kept attacking him until he let, go and ran off they also ran. To get help at a nearby hotel hip Kinz was found nearby a short time later and he was arrested for kidnapping you can see the coffee stains on his. Shirt in his. Mugshot all the girls say they're a little shaken up. But they were, not hurt in