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The History of the ICEE, the Coolest Drink in Town
"As summer rounds out. Let's cool down with the story of what was once. Hawked as the coolest in town talking about the icy david book recently shared a brief history of the frozen carbonated beverage over at tedium and shared a few things that i definitely wasn't expecting zoo. There are three different stories about how the icy began. But they all happened under the tutelage of omar nedlac while he was running a dairy queen in coffee ville. Kansas nedlac had grown up in kansas and after returning from serving in world war two owned an ice cream parlor of his own for awhile and dabbled in running hotels before ending up. Buying a dairy queen franchise location. Now here is where the stories differ. Either ned lick didn't have a soda fountain and therefore put bottled soda in the freezer. To keep it cool and sold it partially frozen. Something that is customers loved because the partial freezing created some kind of chemical change. That led to a pleasing slushy consistency. The other version of the story is that nedley did have a soda fountain but when it broke one day he threw some bottles of soda in the freezer and same thing customers were really into it. The final version. That sometimes gets told. Is that nedley regularly ran out of bottled soda during rushes and would put some in the freezer so that they could get cold faster and you know what happens next whichever version of the story is true and however the discovery i came about it was an instant hit customers loved these semi frozen sodas and would request them when they visited his dairy queen. So ned likud always had a predilection for machinery and tinkering decided he wanted to build a machine to create the slushy drinks on according to tedium. His first prototype was made out of an old ice cream machine and a cars air conditioning units and once. He had a successful proof of concept. He teamed up with the john. E mitchell company in dallas to perfect and scale up the
"nedley" Discussed on Houston Matters
"Can happen a week. Some of it. Good some of it bad. Some of it downright ugly when faced with intriguing developments in the weeks news. We turn to a rotating panel of non experts to parse the good the bad and the ugly of it all on today's panel natalie shenault president of arsenault international consulting and the blogger and host of the podcast in always and always natalie charles governor who writes the off the cuff political blog. And vivian ho health economist at rice university and baylor college of medicine. Natalie charles vivian. Welcome to houston matters anx crank panel houston mayor sylvester turner and harris county judge. Lena hidalgo announced this week that they are pulling out of annual events at the greater houston partnership over the hp silence when it comes to gop led election bills in the texas legislature aimed directly at reforms enacted by harris county last fall as first reported by the houston chronicle wednesday turner and hidalgo say. They will not hold their city and county addresses with the commerce chamber sense. It won't take a stand against bills to prohibit extended early voting hours and drive thru voting which the local officials say amount of voter suppression as judge dog. Oh explained wednesday right now. Voting rights are falling like dominoes and states across the country and yet the largest chamber of commerce in the houston area is silent unquote. The hp in a statement in response said quote the partnership has its own process by which is board takes policy positions and that a clear board consensus does not exist over the bills mayor. Turner and judge dog poll annual public events from the greater houston partnership over. Its silence about election bills and austin. Is this good bad or ugly charles governors. Start us off today. it's good. It's very good it's appropriate. It's well-deserved i can't say enough good things about it. One of the points of an organization like the greater houston partnership is that they hold themselves out as this beacon this paragon of civic engagement good government and we're here to make our community better. They're doing that. And while at the same time not able to even put out a statement opposing bills that are based on lies based on nothing but lies that are designed to make it harder for people vote vote again civic engagement and voting go hand in hand. I want to say on the one. I want to say that. It's cowardly of them. But i i know what it is is that it's a matter of partisanship on i presume. On the part of some members of the hp there under the same spell. Or i should say they've bought into the same lies That the republican members the legislature bought into. Are you know perfectly happy. With the opportunity to take advantage of the partisan advantage they have in our legislature to tip the scales a little bit in their favor. Going forward given that. This one thing sorta rips the mask off of any claim they may have of being not just bipartisan. Above partisan politics above the fray and again it just exposes the lie of being about a set of ideals and a set of good civic behavior to model. If you can't take this very basic step so. I applaud mayor turner and judged. I'll go and i was actually just reading on the chronicles homepage. Before we got on this call. That looks like for ben county judge. Kp george going to follow in their footsteps. Oh absolutely one hundred percent. This is good all right. Is it good bad or ugly. Vivian ho well. I agree with what what charles has said about this whole story. I'll just say it's good bad and ugly at the same time so good for the same reasons that charles said that mirror. Turner and judge hidalgo made a statement. It's too bad that that's the only tool that they have. But i think it is a good strong tool band part of it. Is that the greater houston partnership actually chose not to stand up and make an official announcement about these bills that reduce voting hours and get rid of in voting and my understanding is that they chose to do that because they only want to make a statement regarding matters that economic growth but to me anything that limits democracy in this country is damaging to long term economic growth. If we don't have democracy if every person doesn't get to vote we cannot guarantee growth the ugly part of it. I had the chance to attend the last event like this in person that we had. I guess it would have been two thousand nine thousand nine hundred and it was so exciting to see mayor turner announcing his initiative to enhance all of our local parks and that each of the different large corporations in houston were investing in that and they were going to contribute and the ugly part of this is. I don't know if we're going to continue to have those types of partnerships those relationships between the city and our top corporations if this is the way they're getting along that's the ugly part because all of us are going to lose because of okay. Is it good bad or ugly. Nedley arsenault. I had been a different opinion. I actually think it's bad because one. I'm i'm pretty sure. The greater houston partnership has all sorts of binding bylaws about how they get politically involved in where they put political action and how they have to come to that conclusion and i think even mentioned that there was a vote that had to take place before they like they had to have some sort of agreement amongst its board members in order to put out a political statement and so ultimately you know boards are made up of diverse people with burst thoughts. That's the whole point of having board. And so i think it's a little sports cited to penalize because they can't get a unanimous vote or whatever the bylaws are that are there that they're now being penalized because they've they have this diversity of thought on their board because ultimately it's hurting other people as well right every time. The company says we're not doing x. Y. and z. Because people didn't do this and things get withdrawn like i think about the game in atlanta the the baseball game atlanta and then pulling their support all they did was really hurt. People who work the stadiums right now. They don't have a job right so there's gotta be a whole other way to take the kind of action that work that people are looking to see in a different way to like communicate through that for those who don't know natalie's referring to the major league baseball all star game major league baseball announced they would not hold the all star game in atlanta after the state of georgia passed some similarly Controversial election laws during their current legislative session. Yeah i'm going to push back a little bit here. Because i mean the situation in georgia is a little bit complex and people stacey. Abrams have argued against boycotting atlanta. For the reasons natalie sites. I mean i think this is a little different here because this is the cities. Saying i'm gonna take my business someplace else in houston for our events and in fact they have. Houston i sitting right there but again what led up to. This was a number of members of the greater houston partnership calling on their leadership to actually take action. I'm sure there's nothing in their bylaws that would have prevented them from having an emergency meeting or holding a vote by mail to be able to respond to this. And it's not like this is something that just came up yesterday. We have known for a couple of months. What the legislature was going. Do they've had plenty of time to come up with a response and at the very least they could have put out a statement saying hey you know. We all believe in secure elections with integrity. But what is being proposed. Here isn't gonna address that in any way at all. I mean outside of a couple of provision for paper ballots. You know or paper receipts to go with ballots which harris county is already addressed. None of these things that that are in these bills. Like reducing early voting hours limiting drop boxes and restricting vote by mail and putting limits on the number of election machines at polling places. None of those things in any way address election security you.
"nedley" Discussed on Doughboys
"Marketed as the cold drinks in town savvy sensing us onto something big within five years. Nedlac had devised mechanical contraption for producing slushy carbonated drinks and the icy was born. The icy quickly became a staple at movie theaters and Burger Stan's and among the many vendors who snatched up nedley machines in droves was a Dallas convenience store chain founded totem stores in Nineteen twenty-three and rebranded in nineteen forty six to reflect the original hours of service. The chain called their version of the IC, the slurpee, and so Nedley invention would become their signature item later joined by ready to consume offerings like the Big Gulp. The big might hotdog and the Go-to Kito. With its Global Omnipresence Compact store size and policy of never closing absent disasters natural or man-made. This mini mart with a Maxi footprint has become the kingpin of its sector. Still, it's the slurpee that's given the chain in identity beyond snacks, cigarettes, booze, and porno vital that those items may be, and for that we have Nedlac to thank. Thank Heaven if you will. To quote Ron Wilson from Kansas public radio. When the weather is hot outside was. So refreshing is a flavorful half frozen drink. We commend Omar Nedlac for making a difference by creating this concoction so cold that it is icy and quote. This week dough boys we continue rock around the clock. Dober- fest are month long tour of twenty, four hour chains as we return to seven eleven. Also.
Discipline and Determination
"First of all let me just say thank you so much for taking the time out to talk with us. I certainly do appreciate it. Thank you for having me. I appreciate you having that the second thing I like to do is to ask you to tell us about yourself now when I say that. Many feel free to go all the way back to when Benny I started all as you can start more current day. Tell us about yourself born and raised in Detroit. Michigan will actually outside Detroit. You know a couple of years from places to Middle School. And Grosse Pointe Mosul elementaries who rose point in moved out the Southfield and went to Detroit Country Day high school where I played three sports basketball for a ranch ride one to eight inches and buy raw and one in track championship. Long Jumper graduated from there might style ship offers to play for Bond College and chose to go to Michigan State University. Where but there for five years by four years leading receiver on in junior and senior there on the Rose Bowl in twenty thirteen one of the best teams initials state history when we went thirteen one. Nedley to seminated professionally. That did not get drafted. I'm currently wanted to my season in the NFL won the Super Bowl and Denver in two thousand sixteen play my first four years in Denver for the last two years. I've played in New York last as Peyton Manning. The plane would be lamenting though nine and author. And you know that's just a little bit about me. I am a brother team. Want rather than two. I have two parents and step mom so I had a great people around me and I've been able to do things in my life with the help is a family friend fantastic. I don't even know where to start. We're GONNA take a quick left turn and learn a little bit more about you. What's your favorite thing to do now for you? I'm going to say outside of football. I enjoy things. I enjoy travelling. Recently you know taking a couple of trips to Mexico I would agrees go to. La Lived in New York to travel. Highlights been time with family and friends love being around my friends and you know guys that I played with friendships that I've grown throughout the year. I do enjoy reading. That's why also why I wrote a book enjoy learning from April. I and I really movie out will love data. What's your favorite movie right? Now I would say green book. I really like an movie of all time. You know you got any denzel movie really this one. The greatest actors of all time so American gangster within her faith a thousand disgrace got it so talk a little bit about your journey because a lot of times when people think about athletes we all understand how hard it is and how you have to be disciplined and Yadda Yadda Yadda talk a little bit. About what it takes to be successful not just athletically but in general you gotta work hard wood. I'd like to tell people is that success doesn't happen in a day. It happens every single day. When you say you have to be disciplined after that the right at the set goals that you really want to achieve like a new one to be a professional athlete. I didn't know if it was going to be for baller basketball but every single day like I was working towards that and our talented anybody out there. Yes be disciplined is very important but being persistent stand persisted toward your goal like Adobe Wall Time It took me twenty two years and come a pro athlete. Isn't that something happened overnight or happened. After a couple years at Michigan state not had been working for this pretty much. Whole Life. Now always consciously gone toward something but once. I started at Age Fourteen. Fifteen years old like all right. I WANNA be a professional athlete. I'm working towards that every single day. So success doesn't happen in a day. It happened every single day goal. Said you gotTA break in long-term goals down to your short term goals and your short term goals in T- long-term wills data. Thanks this so talk a little bit about your book. Why a book reflection reflection of where I met in my life and that things that I've been able to accomplish as a team as an individual and also the people that have been arrived around so great players and I've learned a lot of grey base of why not share those things with the world. Does I know with certain books have done for me in my life. And that's why I wrote one and why not inspired me. So that's why I'm so when people pick up and read it. What are they gonNA take away from it? This is like a self help. Books like self actualize books. And they're going to realize that they have all the power in everything that they have that they want to achieve their goals or dreams right inside a woman. They'll just Meyer Goldberg from a semis stories. But some of the people that I have in the book like my brother or Draymond Green Dr Quiz demarcus ware also has some fringe were entrepreneurs or in the book as well because connected. One person in the world is Allie. I want them to also learn from friends who still have the same doubts fears and insecurities still were able to overcome those things. There are ups and downs in life if you really want something. You're going to have to stay precision discipline and go after it. And that's what I just want be learning. I want people to take away from it. Give us some insight on one of the time because I know I'm in a season and in time in my life where I have had the thought. Okay I want to give up. I don't WanNa to do this anymore. What about you have you ever had a time in your life or in your career where you wanted to give up? You wanted to quit. But you didn't and help US UNDERSTAND. What made you continue on? I don't think I ever wanted to give quit. I would always tell myself dot to give up or quit in. Ireland will just know that. I would have a lot of regrets if I did give up to quit so I don't think I've had very cut moments like man. I don't WanNa feel this pain or I don't WanNa feel dizzy or fear a life. I've always told myself like you're going to regret this. If you don't go back out there or try so I don't ever want to give up but I just like everybody else. I've had my fears. That's an insecurities but I'll always tell myself. You gotta go for the asked. You knew each yourself up. If you don't get it was was one of your biggest failures if you describe it that way personally. I don't consider anything that I don't achieve as a failure but talk a little bit about some of those moments for you. What was the biggest moment in your life where he thought? Wow Man that Dingo will. I have moments like this every year but the first time. I've really felt a big failures. Probably my Richard Junior year at Michigan State. That'd be twenty twelve and I dropped. Touchdown passes on a big nationally televised game on ABC. And now that was the first time where you know they gain was really on my shoulders. I mean only happened in the first quarter. But you know you know. Lose game first quarter but I like that play could have made by different game. That was the first time night. They'll those fears and insecurities all that nervousness said. That's when I really got into understanding the mind. How strong the MY IDEAS? I can care of your mind. How IMPORTANT MODEL
"nedley" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI
"And I got interesting Email from a listener out. Interestingly enough from the theses strewn streets of San Francisco, and it was rush. You might be missing this. Isn't it true? Rush that the president probably would benefit from being impeached. Meaning wouldn't that revive and coalescence base? And isn't that why the Democrats haven't really done it because they know that the public is opposed to it all the polling data shows, the public is not in favor of impeachment and additional polling data shows that most Americans want this investigation, dropped and everybody just move on. Yeah. We handles Paul's yesterday, said a letter emailer says could bar b a secret weapon for Trump. By this statement in courage. Ing them to go ahead and impeach him. Well, let's look at that I guess it's. Strangely possible. I suppose because one thing is happening now and this is I have to tell you. It's interesting, the Democrats in their impeachment. Talk has all been for the most part behind closed doors Pelosi has been trying to shelve it. She's been trying to tamp down whenever Democrats start speaking publicly about it. She tries to convince anybody just talk where we're not thinking of doing it now comes bar, essentially says, look, my guidelines over here at the DOJ say, I can't go ahead and charge. This, this creep, you're going to have to do it in congress. That's basically, what his message guidelines. I can't do it. So the remedy for this kind of behavior Bunga president is, is congress meant impeachment. So now what's happening now? You've got all these Democrats are coming out from behind closed doors and behind the woodwork and are openly demanding it now. Nadler, FOCA Honda's, Kamala. Harris. It's it's it's added pressure on Pelosi to not do this go ahead and impeach Trump. Now, her instincts are not to do it. But this report the Nedley these guys can't help themselves. But then you have to ask yourself quick. Impeach him for what Muller did not mention any crimes. All Muller did was say we couldn't exonerate him. But Muller didn't mention any credit. There's certainly crimes collusion and there's no stated crimes obstruction. Now house can impeach for anything. They want to try for don't misunderstand, but the objective here would be to convince get a conviction in the Senate. You're gonna have to come up with something and Muller did not give them anything other than sorry. We can't get him from here. Your follow me on this, and I make Muller, essentially says Pelosi, look, you want to get the guy I want to get the guy but I can't get him from here because I am hemmed in by rules. You gotta do it and Nadler, and shift and the rest of these yokels. Got the message Hokke, we'll do it never is going to have a press conference at two o'clock. These Democrats can't help themselves. They can't shut up there now talking about impeachment and Pelosi may lose control of this. And then brought back. Okay. Impeach him for what? Well, we don't like the guy he might have colluded any might obstruct at any go. Nothing in the report. That's criminal. But again, impeachments political, so it doesn't matter in terms of starting the Democrats get impeach him for anything. Getting the conviction in the Senate is the key. And if you're not going to get that, then you don't start process. It's the whole thing, a shot at the king, you better kill him. Here's here's John in Springfield, Illinois. John, great to have you, sir. Hi, may I pay you a compliment. Oh, fire way. Okay. Listen to you. Listen to mainstream media drive by media. They're all liars. They're all hypocrites. And unfortunately, there's some people that say that there for America. Liars, hypocrites. I remember twenty eight years ago, I Finally I thought I was listening to all the time and finally on little radio in Belleville. There was suddenly Radio, Free Europe. You were on the radio and you were telling the truth. Well, I look, I know what you're saying, and I appreciate your basically saying, no matter where you go in the media, you're getting one. You're getting the same angles. You're getting the same the same story the same perspective, the same analysis. And they're all saying the same thing, and it's, it's all of one particular mindset, there's no, ingenuity, creativity. And you tune in here and you're getting a totally different outlook on this, which you happen to think is the right one. Well, no. We know better, we, we know when we're being told that we're getting chicken salad in. It's not. We know when they're trying to sell us still, I we know better, you know, most Americans know better. We're we're so. Tired of hearing this? Let me tell you. This is why people have listened to you for twenty eight years. Thirty thirty years. Sorry you weren't on itv's until twenty years. And I remember those days, too, because that's there's a there's a story there, but I'm not gonna waste your time with it. I, I know I know the affiliate station. Well. Then you switch to the larger station and they, they, they called and complained people on the air. Why is rush on this station and everyone said because he gets better ratings because more people listened to him now there's enough American. That's not exactly that, that is ancient history. But this was a little station in Belleville, Illinois, pretty much across the river, from Saint Louis, and it was putting a lot of pressure on that big station you're talking about correct. And big station was was operated by guy who didn't believe in syndicated radio. And so, but we kept growing and growing. And in crunching, and encroaching, one thing led to another. We move it was came away over to camel from Belleville Illinois. After after certain things happened at cable. It's been there ever since. It's, it's, it's, it's a great if you're going to be on the Saint Louis, it's where you want to be on cable. There's no correct. No other station. You want to it was true twenty eight years ago. It's true today. KOMO defines. Saint Louis, and this program, defines camel. X absolutely. Listeners and I appreciate all candor. I appreciate what you're saying. May I tell you why Trump is president. Yeah, I know. But go ahead. Yeah. This is your theory. I don't wanna take credit. It's your theory. Everything goes back to high school. And everyone, you know, God, love them the previous presidents they wanted to be president so bad. And they weren't gonna mess up America, so okay, go ahead. We'll let them do it. But things were so screwed up that we finally had the vote, the data student council. And we regular high schoolers have now voted Trump is president. We may not like everything he does what he tells us, he's going to do the translation for this is if you subscribe to it, and I'm not totally subscribing to it. But to explain what, what, what John, you're talking about. Everybody got tired of the big popular clicks growing things up. So it was time to elect somebody would have never been allowed into click in the first place. And now he's running rings around all of them. They can't stand it. That's that his that in high school in high in high school. There were the people between classroom class that pass notes. And if you tried to get in on that they would rip your note up throw it away. You're not allowed to get in on that. You're not allowed to be an click, unless somehow is Moses indicated that you. You were a member. Trump was never allowed to pass. No. It's Trump was never allowed to be. He was the guy that was laughed at made fun of and so forth. And everybody thought the click with the cool kids, and they knew what was going on. And everybody wanted to be among the co kids, and finally, the cool kids have missed this country up to the point that it was time to elect a narrow L to get in there and fix it all. And that that's his analogy. I would not use the high school analogy as the sole explanation for Trump's victory because I think everybody's still stuck in high school, but high school is one of the most formative experiences in all of our lives. I mean, you're there are psychologists who believe that your life, your future can be made or broken by what you allow to happen to you. Not by what happens. But by what you allow to happen to you in school. Why are you frowning at me? Does. You may not be the one that you may not be a person some people forever having inferiority complex because what happened on the high school, never outgrow, it, never always end up thinking, people are better than them always thinking or something off about them. Always the other buddy other talking there are people who never mounted a hill of beans of think they are the hottest things in the world, can't do diddly squat, but still don't know it. And they're insufferable to be around. Just a theory. But it is that I'm, I'm sure that's playing a part in in in John's sharing of the theory itself. Anyway, I'm glad you called. And I re I what you're what you're saying here about why you and others. Listen, the program, I get it fully we'd take a brief timeout, and continue after this hang on.
"nedley" Discussed on WMAL 630AM
"I just checked the Email during the break, and I got an interesting Email from a listener out. Interestingly enough from the feces strewn streets of San Francisco, and it was rush, you might be missing this. Isn't it true? Rush that the president probably would benefit from being impeached. Meaning wouldn't that revive and coalesce his base? And isn't that why the Democrats haven't really done it because they know that the public is opposed to it all the polling data shows, the public is not in favor of impeachment and additional polling data shows that most Americans want this investigation, dropped and everybody just move on. Yeah. We had those Paul's yesterday, said a letter emailer says could bar b a secret weapon for Trump. By this statement, encouraging them to go ahead and impeach him. Well, let's look at that I guess it's. Strangely possible. I suppose because one thing is happening now and this is I have to tell you, it's interesting, the Democrats in their pitchman talk has all been for the most part behind closed doors Pelosi's been trying to shelve it, she'd been trying to, tamp, it down whenever Democrats start speaking publicly about it. She tries to convince anybody that done, it's just talk. Where where we're not thinking of doing it now. Here comes bar. If sensually says, look, my guidelines over here at the DOJ say, I can't go ahead and charge. This, this creep, you're going to have to do it in congress. That's basically it was his message got guidelines, as I can't do it. So the remedy for this kind of behavior Bunga president is, is congress. He meant impeachment. So now what's happening? Now you've got all these Democrats are coming out from behind closed doors and behind the woodwork. And they're open Louis demanding it now. Nadler, FOCA office come Allah, Harris. It's it's it's added pressure on Pelosi to not do this go ahead and impeach Trump. Now, her instincts are not to do it. But this report that Nedley and these guys can't help themselves. But then, you're you have to ask yourself a quick. Impeach him for what Muller did not mention any crimes. All Muller did was say we couldn't exonerate him but Muller didn't mention any chronic. There's certainly no crimes collusion. There's no stated crimes obstruction. Now house can impeach for anything. They want to try for don't misunderstand. But the objective here would be to convict get a conviction in the Senate. You're gonna have to come up with something and Muller did not give them anything other than sorry. We can't get him from here. You're on this. I make Muller, essentially says Pelosi look, you wanna get the guy I want to get the guy but I can't get him from here because I am hemmed in by rules. You gotta do and Nadler and shift and the rest of these yokels got the message Hokke, we'll do it now. They're never going to have a press conference at two o'clock. These Democrats can't help themselves. They can't shut up there now talking about impeachment and Pelosi may lose control of this, and you're then brought back. Okay. Impeach him for what? Well, we don't like the guy he might have colluded any might it could might have. Obstructed anyone go, what there aren't any nothing. In the report. That that's criminal. But again, impeachments political, so it, it doesn't matter in terms of starting the Democrats get impeach him for anything. Getting the conviction in the Senate is the key. And if you're not gonna get that, then you don't start the whole process. It's a whole thing about if we can take a shot at the king, you better kill him. Here's here's John in Springfield, Illinois. John, great to have you her high. I Russia may I pay you a compliment. Oh, sure. Fire way. Okay. This is why we listen to you. I mean you listen to mainstream media drive-by media, they're all liars. They're all hypocrites. And unfortunately, there's some people that say that there for America that are also liars hypocrites. They I mean, I remember twenty eight years ago, I Finally I thought I was listening to prop to all the time and finally on little w ide- radio in Belleville. There was suddenly Radio, Free Europe. You were on the radio and you were telling the truth. Well, I look, I know what you're saying, and I appreciate your basically saying, no matter where you go in the media today. You're getting one you're giving the same angles. You're getting the same the same story the same perspective, the same analysis and they're all saying the same thing. And it's, it's all of one particular mindset. There's no, ingenuity creativity. And yet, tune in here and you're getting a totally different outlook on this, which you happen to think is, is the right one. Well, no. We know better, we, we know when we're being told that we're getting chicken salad and it's not we know when they're trying to sell us a silk south years until I we know better. You know, most Americans know better. We are. We are so tired of hearing this. Let me tell you. This is why people have listened to you for twenty eight years. Thirty thirty years. Yeah, sorry. You weren't on W ID until twenty years. Right. That's, that's that. And I remember those days too. Because that's there's a there's a story there. But I'm not gonna waste your time with it. I just I know I know the affiliate. I know the station. Well, then, then you switch to the larger station and they, they, they called and complained people on the air would say, why is rush on this station. And everyone said, well, it's because he gets better ratings because more people listened to now and that's, that's there's enough American. Well, that's not exactly that, that is ancient history. But this was a little station in Belleville Illinois, which pretty much across the river, from Saint Louis, and it was putting a lot of pressure on that big station you're talking about. Correct. And big station was was operated by guy who didn't believe in syndicated radio globally. And so, but we kept growing, and growing, and in CRO ching, and encroaching, one thing led to another. We moved it was capable ex camel eggs from Belleville Illinois. After after certain things happened at cable. It's been there ever since. It's, it's a great if you're going to be on the air and Saint Louis, it's where you wanna be on cable Xers. Correct. No other station, you want to it was true twenty eight years ago. It's true today, but Rushdie, KOMO defines Saint Louis, and this program, defines camel lights. Absolutely. We're, we're busy listeners, and I appreciate all candor. I appreciate what you're saying. I'm cut through thing. May I tell you why Trump is president. Yeah, I think I know. But go ahead. Yeah. Well, this is this is your theory. I don't wanna take credit. It's your theory. Everything goes back to high school. And everyone, you know, God, love them the previous presidents, you know, they wanted to be president so bad and probably they weren't gonna mess up America, so okay, go ahead. We'll let him do it. But things were so screwed up that we finally had to vote the idiots out of student council, and we regular high schoolers have now voted Trump in his president, we may not like everything he does he does what he tells us, he's going to do the translation for this is if you subscribe to it, and I'm not totally subscribing to it. But to explain what, what, what John, you're talking about. Everybody got tired of the big popular click screwing things up. So it was time to elect, somebody would have never been allowed in the click in the first place. And now he's running rings around all of them. They can't stand it. That's his that in high school in high in high school. There were the people between classroom class that past notes. And if you tried to get in on that they would. Rip your note up. Throw it away. You're not allowed to get in on that. You're not allowed to be the click, unless somehow by is Moses indicated that you were a member. And so Trump was never allowed to pass notes. Trump was never allowed to be he was the guy that was laughed at made fun of and so forth. And everybody thought the clinic would a cool kids and they knew what was going on. And everybody wanted to be among the cool kids finally, the cool kids have missed this country up to the point that it was time to elect a narrative. Well to get in there and fix it all. And that that's his analogy. I would not use the high school analogy as the sole explanation for Trump's victory because I don't think everybody's still stuck in high school, but high school is one of the most formative experiences in all of our lives. There are psychologists who believe that your life, your future can be made or broken by what you allow to happen to you. Not by what happens. But my what you allow to happen to you in high school. Why don't you found at me? Does that? You may not be the one that you may not be a person. Festivus some people forever have an inferiority complex? Because what happened on the high school for never outgrow it. Never. Always end up thinking people are better than them always thinking or something odd about them. Always anybody other body other talking? There are people who never amounted, a hill of beans, think they are the hottest things in the world who can't do diddly squat, but still don't know it, and they're insufferable to be around. I don't know just a theory. But it is that I'm sure that's playing a part in in in John's sharing of the theory itself. Anyway, I'm glad you called. And I appreciate what you're what you're saying here about why you and others. Listen the program, I get it fully. We'd take a brief timeout and continue after this hang on didn't start it. But he'll be happy to finish it. Rush..
"nedley" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Officer find themselves on the other side of the Justice system, charged with helping undocumented immigrants escape custody. Obi's James Rojas has more US district attorney Andrew Elling says cases like this get a tremendous amount of thought in their office. But at the end of the day, everyone must be equally subject to the law. I mean in. Direct reference the press conference to the college emissions case that we charged last month. It's a little bit the same theme the rules apply to you. If you're rich and famous or if you're just a position of power the charges against Newton district. Judge Shelley Joseph and former court officer Wesley McGregor include conspiracy to obstruct Justice, obstruction of Justice and perjury before a federal grand jury there accused of preventing an ice agent from detaining undocumented immigrant in April of last year. And instead allowing that defendant to leave a back door came SoHo stubby Boston's NewsRadio. Bob Kraft, lawyers are suited up for battle in Florida courtroom. Today. They'll be asking judge throw out video that police say shows the patriots owner getting extra services at Florida massage parlor attorneys, say crafts constitutional rights violated by video cameras. Investigators installed in the orchids of Asia day spa. Writing core documents that prostitution investigation did not quote, Warren. The I pop invasions that occurred. Here Palm Beach county. Prosecutors say craft had no expectation of privacy outside his home, but independent review of north Andover. High schools responses to sexual assault claims as recommended what hundreds of students who have walked out of school have demanded namely that policies be changed that issue to so called safety plans alleged victims of classmate now in custody on rape charges were forced by the school to sign saying they would avoid there eighteen year old alleged assailant's and reports the school committee law firm hired by the district finds it reasonable for administrators to suggest ways for victimize contact with an alleged perpetrator, but says it is an appropriate to impose any obligation on victim the school. Board says changes are coming. Millions of people are threatened as new round of powerful storm sweeps through the south of our nation storms this week of already left at least five dead in two states. CBS Nedley brand has more drone footage captured the damage over rust and Louisiana after tornado touchdown early Thursday. It tore up trees and ripped the roof right off this hotel officials say a mother and son were killed when a tree fell on their home in Lincoln parish. Obviously that is very tragic the devastation here is very.
"nedley" Discussed on WDRC
"On Hollywood three sixty thou- back to the cavalcade of America. Gadget and check with a navy if they use these things their operation. Funny looking saying how can open. Some sort of a building release probably some screwball inventors idea the new moon that a modern kitchenette bride Word. Nothing. Doing army navy is concerned. It's not a player. Tube not a dime to and they had no idea what it might be everybody in line with your notion might be a self opening Kim can. Try something else. Professor ROY Matthews at MIT. Couldn't help you out Kramer. I wouldn't has it a guess as to what that thing might be. Okay summers. Thanks for trying to help you out anytime SE again, Kramer, right? Kramer, Mr. Willard here. Willard? Reports after all that legwork rest your feet dogs. Anchors. Tell me about it. I don't like to read reports Johnson nice scar. That have mild everybody by his first name his transmitter operating. See whatever hem sets the word before the war. The just mandalit tucked away. None of them has been used only three one owned by kid named shaft and other by a guy named Collins thirds owned by Walder Nedley. In the navy? Anyone using transmitters lead. Listen dismantle as everything's locked way. Chefs isn't working. His mother and sisters square that no one's been neared. Keep your eye on the night and day out. It didn't below who will on shafts mother and sister Marquette, what's he like? The report help you read it Jack Marquette shipyard welder what else? Oh, you think Marquette get an operate that transmitter chefs room to keep the door. Locked the kid to come home. Okay. Good works. Stay with it. Looks like.
"nedley" Discussed on Other Side of Texas
"From the studios were buddy Holly became famous literally feet away in it is fadeaway. Let me take you. I'm gonna swing the microphone over and you're right here at the wall. On the other side of that wall is Alana the original equipment from buddy Holly Sunday parties that he had here. Historical marker out in front of the station. The studios were buddy Holly became famous. I think about this reality in this privilege often. And I have some thoughts the strength of any place. The strength of Lubbock. Like anything or anywhere is also its weakness. It seems to me that in Lubbock. There is this tendency to be a very homogenized monolithic, culture sheep will who it's great to live in a place where there's a common set of values and people believe in those values and live them out together. But too often they can do the same in think the same and a democratic process conic gets just run over because everybody thinks the same and does the same I appreciated. This fact enough about Lubbock that we decided to move back here in raise our kids. But. This same kind of cultural overlaying, Ken suppress, creative in free spirits, who is something different than counter to say. You know, think about like Waylon Jennings. We said last week quoted the tweet on the program. Everybody wants to not long till they start acting like an outlaw and Wayland certainly making some folks Fillon uncomfortable. Nedley means I don't endorse anything that Natalie Maynes had to say some ten years ago, but Natalie certainly is a free spirit in no one can I mean, you can look at her political commentary. But then look at the musical genius in. The Dixie chicks. I think are unparalleled with their success some years ago. Joe Ely buddy, Holly. And then hundreds of various artists from whether they're painting on canvas or singing on microphones in the sorts of these sorts of geniuses can only be bottled up for so long. And I think that buddy Holly was certainly in that fray and all this to say. And I think about it each day before I go on air that we have something free spirited to say, we we see things from a distinct perspective here on the program and be a part of where you live and support it and your neighbors, but always be willing to rave on buddy ray-ban in. That's what we do on the program. I don't mean to self grand is or be sanctimonious. But I think that's probably the best. Preservation of buddy Holly's legacy is to have a radio show that raise on against both sides in trust fund, something in the middle to come and a new direction, lots tons amass. Let's just start a new political party. That's not out of the question, but we rave on with some west Texan ISM, some west tech Socratic ISM com. He is bud. Kennedy of the Fort Worth star telegram. We keep finding reasons to bring but on because. He's relevant needs wedding says matters. Thank you, bud. Kennedy making. Hello. Bud. So a couple of things for we read up here. I wanna talk to you about Tarrant county. Judge Glen Whitley in rubber folks here who are listening immediate. Now, folks, listen across the state on the podcast but on the immediate air on air broadcasts, folks may not know who Glenn Whitley is. Now, I'm going to lay out a little bio in on when she go deeper into it, bud. But he may be he seems to me I was at a convention a couple of weeks in Austin a couple of weeks ago in Austin and Glenn Hager walked in the front door and Glenn Whitley met him at the door. And they immediately made a sharp right in went to a room for a few minutes before before the controller was to give his keynote address. I said, that's Glenn Whitley. They said, yes, he is in a thought. Well, then the rumors are true..
"nedley" Discussed on Small Doses
"I think specifically also like there are black American cultural norms. Whether it's also specific like West Indian, African genomes cultural that are very very slick similar in terms of like are like, I know that my mother and manners. It was. I mean, it was a catered into. Yes. Which I mean, I've been I've been brought back to someone's house that I spent the night at because I casually said that I hadn't folded, my linens. And I was returned you woma at had to go knock on the door. Was like, yeah. Yeah. So I'm back because I didn't full is probably about between nine and eleven in that rage yet. And she was like. Nedley bought me brought me back to Jennifer's house. I do remember that. So she also did you votes? Limiting. I can't remember who everything care never dairy. I'll talk at a child now like the gift of the car and runs you down as a son of rundown. She deduce that not happened. And I was returned end deadly had to go in light folded up. My mother is like if you walk in somebody in front of a if you walk in front of somebody in a grocery store while they're looking at something, and you don't say excluding gig. It feels like then you realize. Oh, yeah. With whose right, of course, to the point where when someone does it to me like excuse me. You go on their worries on your mind that you're welcome. Even they haven't sent me. Me. I was always standing. Mm. Oh, yeah. Mother asking me for fry. And I gave her a frie-. Listen, I heard about this for years. Did you do old looking? Some you will use. Years. I heard about this. Visited with your? The point my friend and her kid, how old is she? I think she's like three and she had some ships of fries Serie and our degree now. Just chips and are really wanted to chip because she was really good south Oklahoma chip. But really I'm like sixty she really did give one let's hang on. Tells us out. Pesky Moscow every three chips happen. He chose ear and she has just one by by. I mean, this literally these you can I have. This listen, here's I heard about this. I think there's. Within the there's like the Hello like, I don't know about it lended, but I share when your home in your respective African countries, it's like this in the Caribbean. If you're walking down the street, you say low ONA. I in London. I clock some design, and you spun it's it's accountable. To say. Hear about late. We have to basically, I didn't calculates look on. I. Silence before Reeker and everybody says Hello. I've thought came back in London and forgot assistant. Hey. Semi Fulco to you did do that novels naturally. It's a southern it's at black southern cultural thing here too under like cultures on civically in America is very much about like you say Hello streets afternoon morning now unless small-time face to me as well. It's not even it's just southern culture now out side of the south. That's not really the norm in urban in more urban sectors. You know, like in the northeast and northwest in even the midwest. I say maybe more midwest as well. But in the south it has the same like level of importance. I would say as. Niche. You say alot like when you see people on the street and nothing silly like when you have WalMart. You don't have to be Hello..
"nedley" Discussed on AP News
"No plan to declare a national emergency along the border with Mexico. But how does she do this? Saga megani has more to dispute with Democrats over wall? Funding has led to what tonight will become the nation's longest government shutdown the president's been threatening to declare an emergency as a way of going around congress today, he called it the easy solution. But I'm not gonna do it so fast because this is something congress should do though. There's no indication lawmakers would as the impasse continue some eight hundred thousand government workers missed paychecks today. Saga megani? Washington Gloria kion as a spouse of a coast guardsman says she and others are dismayed by the lack of a paycheck. They're out there working very hard. And and this is how we being treated twenty one year old Jake Patterson is being held as a suspect in the October shooting deaths of a baron, Wisconsin couple and the abduction of their thirteen year old daughter, Jamie. Kloss who escaped yesterday from a home in a rural area of Wisconsin, Barron county sheriff Chris FitzGerald says investigators are still trying to figure out how Paterson new about the young girl was reunited with their aunt at the hospital after note, she will also be reunited later this evening with the rest of her family. She is doing as well as circumstances. Allow Patterson will have his first quarter appearance on Monday people in Davis. California are shocked by the shooting death of twenty two year old police officer Nedley Corona's a young officer trying to just doing her job and taken too soon.
"nedley" Discussed on AP News
"AP radio news. I'm Tim McGuire. President Trump says he has no plan to declare a national emergency along the border with Mexico. But how does this saga megani has more to dispute with Democrats over wall? Funding has led to what tonight will become the nation's longest government shutdown the president's been threatening to declare an emergency as a way of going around congress today, he called it the easy solution. But I'm not going to do it so fast because this is something congress should do though. There's no indication lawmakers would as the impasse continue some eight hundred thousand government workers missed paychecks today. Saga megani? Washington Gloria Aquinas, a spouse of coast guardsmen says she and others are dismayed by the lack of a paycheck out there working very hard. And and this is how we being treated twenty one year old Jake Patterson is being held as a suspect in the Tober shooting. Of a Wisconsin couple and the abduction of their thirteen year old daughter, Jamie Kloss who escaped yesterday from a home in a rural area of Wisconsin, Barron county sheriff Chris FitzGerald says investigators are still trying to figure out how Paterson new about the young girl was reunited with their aunt at the hospital after note, she will also be reunited later this evening with the rest of her family. She is doing as well as circumstances. Allow Patterson will have his first court appearance on Monday people in Davis. California are shocked by the shooting death of twenty two year old police officer Nedley corona was young officer trying to just doing our job. And taken too soon and just a sign of a sign of the times. It's it's really a sad thing to happen. In in our town, corona the daughter of a retired. Sheriff sergeant was shot and killed while investigating traffic crash last night. The suspect later killed himself says AP radio news three people are dead. Some twenty three others hurt. Fourteen in critical condition after a double decker bus slammed into a transit shelter in Ottawa Canada today. Police chief Charles bordello tells C TV. I want to express my sorrow on canola is of the auto police service and other first responders to the loved ones of the families of those individuals involved. Several of the injured remained remain in serious condition. Bordello? Says the bus driver was arrested after the crash. He didn't provide details on why she was detained mayor. Jim Watson says two of those killed were on the bus. The other was in the shelter. An eighteen year old Saudi woman who says she was abused by your family and feared for her life. If sent back has left Thailand for Canada, which has granted her asylum. She's flying Toronto, by way of soul NBC reaches a settlement deal and cuts ties with Megan Kelly who lost their.
"nedley" Discussed on Pet Life Radio
"Another one really good myth that Jay contributed was socializing. Dogs is easy. Just bring him to the dog park. This kind of falls in line with what I was talking about earlier that if your dog is afraid of something bring it to a big social gathering and that will get the dog right over it. He'll get used to it. He'll get he'll he'll acclimate to this people think that dog parks. Are for socializing dogs dog. Parks are great for dogs that are already social they're great for dogs, especially adolescents that have a ton of energy that they already like other dogs. They're already good with other dogs dog parks are not for socialization that why I never recommend taking a puppy to a dog park. So worst place you can go because you can't control all the other dogs in the park. You can't control what that puppies interaction is. And if you do it during a critical socialization period that puppy could have negative consequences against it for life. There are bullies at dog parks people and dogs. There's this bad influences and a dog park. They can be great places that can be bad places depending on the dogs and the people in them, and if you can't control that environment, you're setting your puppy up to fail socialization is really critical, and it has to be done, right. Or you be accomplishing the exact opposite of what you wanted to do you want your dog to be confident in social. And get along with people and other dogs and taking him to a dog park in order to do that is not the way to do it. You could be actually undoing any kind of work you've put into it. So far dog parks can be fun. Great places for dogs that are already social they are not for socialization moving in a completely different direction. Now Nedley also contributed one four death dogs. She said she'd like to see some positive attention paid to death dogs up common myth about deaf dogs is that they'll turn on you. If they're startled because they can't hear they're just jumping little creatures that are completely leaping in horror at everything around them. And there's no evidence approves that. There's scientific evidence that proves that. Is it true that you can start a dog? Yes. You can also startle any dog. Are they more likely to be startled because they can't hear perhaps? But that doesn't mean they're going to turn aggressive on you because of that. Plus, you could teach them not to be as startled. You can you could absolutely use training to make them like being. Being tapped on the rear end, low trying to get your attention or touched on the shoulder or touched on the head or coming up behind them. You can absolutely use training to negate that. But there's no evidence or proof that shows that deaf dogs are going to just turn on you and be all these aggressive nasty dogs simply because of their deftness remember, especially if they were born deaf all they've ever known. They're kind of used to it dogs. Adapt so much better than people do to disabilities. I had a three legged dog for many years, and he didn't know it three legs. He ran around like any typical labrador we pay for it later as he developed arthritis. But it didn't slow him down at all. I've known lots of dogs who grow blind, especially as they get older and they're fine. They run into things at first. But there's ways to help them adapt. And they go through life, just fine. They have some adjustment period. Of course. But there okay deaf dogs born deaf. I do find a lot of dogs can bark really loud because they don't have the volume of their voice. But that's a personal anecdote Kim can't say there's a study on that either. But I don't think that there is scientific proof that dogs just because they're deaf are gonna turn on you dogs. Also are not colorblind. Did you know that a lot of people? There is a math dogs are colorblind. Well, recent studies show that dogs can see blues yellows greens and some shades of gray how they tested that. I'm not really sure something to do with the cone in the rod and the eye, but we used to think the dogs were completely colorblind. It's not true, not true. The more. We learn the more we can bus some of these myths. So are you ready for the next one? Here's a statement. Tell me if it's true or false dogs are sick. If their noses are warm is that a myth is it a trick question. Find out when we come back. You're listening to get positive results on.
"nedley" Discussed on Brains On!
"Okay. Any new thoughts about what that sound might be? It also kind of sounds like one of those videos with the waterfall falling all these birds tweeting. There's definitely like a bird kind of sound there. What do you think Mira any other new thoughts like a high pitch like a bird with a high pitch? Really good guesses purely for the answer. Yeah. Okay. This is a sound sent us. But another set of sisters Abigail Emma from San Antonio Texas found that caves faking. Oh, you're sound like that from potatoes. No, they have to get very crispy to make that sound. Chipping. But and I like it because I don't spend his Santa my food. We make case every other week because it's like daddy's favorite meal called chicken bacon potato rich cast rule. I think about forty times, and I think it's young. Well, that's it for this. Is that a long? I guess monk and Sandon are on their way to take the selfie. I wonder how it's going. Further out perfect. Stop stop the ship. Okay. Okay. Can you see the whole thing the window? Now there it is earth ever seen anything more beautiful. Wow. It's really pretty dude. Okay. Let's finally take this whole earth selfie. Are. You ready? Yeah. Yeah. Hold on. Just get my hair. Okay. On the count of three one to wait. Wait, three something zipped across the window. Just when you snap the picture. Really? Let me check the photo. Hold on. Wait. It's a guy in a spacesuit blocking the earth is that. I'm in your future. You got fun. Four. Should I say photo? Oh, man. He's blocking the entire planet. Yeah. And wait. I is it mustard stain on his spacesuit are stained. The first color picture verse is a photo called earth rise it inspire. Lot of people and captured the public's imagination. Our solar system started out as gas and dust footing in space, the after many years and lots of cosmic collisions the sun and planets were formed. That's it for this episode of brains on rains on is made by Molly bloom, Mark Sanchez and Santon tartan. And it's produced by American public media. We had production help from Nedley striker.
"nedley" Discussed on We Hate Movies
"It takes a working, man. A long. To get five thousand dollars. Oh, yeah. All these years later. Well, yeah, we're talking about five thousand dollars, but just at first and flation what he's talking about is like eighty thousand dollars something like that. It's like, and it's great because he starts getting Potter's phase writer recalls a warrior, a warped, frustrated old, man. I mean, this is there's a lot of lessons learned from this movie. And I'm in Potter is the bodyman of period will. But it's always a better plan to not say that kind of stuff you never know who you're going to need later. I set the loud park, quiet, quiet part lower. You know, what Mr. Potter? We have a lot of district greements. But you know, in any UK man, who I don't know knows business. Good. All right. I did it because he just he just keeps burning this bridge over your dick probably doesn't work it up wheelchair. All right. It's not that Hebron's all on himself because it's not just him. He gets the whole town to get an on it. Yeah. Everybody's making fun of Potter all over the place. There's a line that comes up quite a bit. We're in in the movie bunch of people repeated about like, you shouldn't have to do X while also having to crawl the Potter down on your hands and knees rawal Potter. So he leaves his big impassioned speech. He leaves him and uncle billion billion. Wow. You did a great job and in the boardroom meeting. They make this decision that the only way the building alone will stay open as if Jimmy Stewart runs it, right? Also, here's a question about the office environment at the building and loan. What's with that? Crowe? Do the fuck. Hey, it's a raven by the way, the raven played by Jimmy the raven who is at a budget kaffir movies. Apparently what the fuck. Jimmy, the raven. I'm worth ten million dollars. I don't know what to tell you just really like birds so weird. But there's like this weird thing where like uncle Billy lex weird animals. I think he's. Oh, the rumors are true. Fucking fish tank. We will talk about the rivers a little while. But the, but I did this like trying to show that this business is going to survive. There's a fuck it raven in they're waiting to pull the is out of your head. Exactly. He's waiting to pick the bones of this operation clean. I was waiting for him to let it go. Eventually. And then go out like the old man from Shawshank. Yes. That was my that was my dream when I was watching it. So of course, he's the raven, by the way, plea entry. Wow. A full hold on. He appeared more airy Gloria grey. Secretary of the interior nineteen seventy eight appeared at what fouls feature. From the nineteen thirties to the fifties. I can't take it with you. He's he landed on the scarecrow the wizard of Oz. This guy worked fucking poured star thousand. Bird is Hollywood royalty star better of stall. Well, and then turn Tino give him a bit part and Jackie Brown. Justice feet, though. Those are some hot talents. Jimmy, the raven had twenty one stand in fifteen of which were female who would not who would fill in for him when the did not require any tricks or movement or if it wasn't a close up on bird genitalia. Jimmy, the raven received Red Cross gold medal. Hundred hours, but entertaining veterans after the war, what doesn't even go on like USO tour. Raven. All right. Well, we have to apologize the strippers aren't coming. But look this ravens pretty sharp enough flying a circle. Bob Hope I'm so happy to be here with Connecticut tells him jokes adds a real honor to be opening for Jimmy the raven. Yeah. The he'd sing America the beautiful. What's going on? How did he die? Was it a Hollywood scandal pill? No, he. Pills found in his anus. It was actually crazy, dude. He was he was cut in half and left in a field. They never saw everything else, Robert Wagner. Did it? You think birds can't fly underwater go for a swim? Jimmy, be Nedley. Would rub it Wagner, Jimmy the rape. Oh, man. If only they would've pinned it on Jimmy the Ray..
"nedley" Discussed on The Bobby Bones Show
"And so self conscious, they've actually done something about it. So my my face person told me to now anything I put on my face at night, any part of my night creams, any of that I should do to my hands. What is it the back of your? It's no, yeah. The top part of your hands because they start to look old and wrinkly see it. Part of me for me, I see my mom's hands which is special because she's my shoes, my mom and that's neat that I'm starting to get her hands, but it's just aging. Got age spots popping up and like their Brinkley and. I the hand in a fifteen year old boy. You do off that. They do go outside like some Artem facing because I was stupid. But yeah, sure, stupid because he has a sprite, here's why, because he has sprayed hand. So he thinks that he's tan, handing skin, doesn't need to sunscreen, smarter deceiving him goes. His, that'll I see. I see how you can think. I'm not yesterday. I don't. What do I know about a swimming pool? Nothing. So I go out because I have a swimming pool now, and so I go out and I'm like, you know what? I happen to be home all day on Sunday. Never happens to Linfen pool and I'm like, I'm already ten. What do I need sunscreen for. Yeah, that's like how I go to the pool. I'm already paying it. So yeah, I'm all burnt up a little bit. But yeah, that's the happen. Just a little bit little red on the no little or little red. And he was asking me if it's okay if he signed my book because people come up to him and go, hey, we signed this. I've had like five now where where they asked me to sign his book and I'm like, I'm not even in the book. Honestly, I've signed the, I've signed. By the way, if you're new to the show, I wrote a new book, it's called fail until you don't. And in it, it's about people and we learned through failure more than we learnt through success. And it's kind of a motivational story. But Amy wrote a story in the book. I think it's fine if you sign it, you're in the book right? And Mike, these in the book he can sign it now. I'm not in the book. Can I sign it? Whatever you want. If people are asking you for autographs, just be happy like they just feel weird is like not my my book, not my piece of wars signing it, or is it like to know. Fires, you grind. You don't. You don't. And then you of. Yes, no problem with that. Okay. Okay. You don't get your like feelings, hurt me like, hey, that's mine. Don't do that. I don't care. Okay. Let's having having people care. You kidding me. Oh yeah, it's pretty awesome. Man. They thought I was netla do it. I was like, awesome, happy. Anybody talk to me for any reason. I'll be Nedley do if you want. So yeah. Did they not get who you are. What do you mean by the end of the interview? Did they do the whole interview though? The recent billboard article which came out by the way minute. Eddie starts digest saw it too. And I'm like, okay, I'll Amy. I when I clicked on the Bill on the whole sort of a little bit. Maybe this is what happened. And I'll just mean it's not a big announcement. I dunno that was gonna bring it on the air, but my my contract was coming up here and we have been ago setting for ten months, this new contract forever and. We finished it, we just finished it. And so with that, I'm going to be here, which is the place that I love, and and then all this other stuff too, like that you are now VP. VP now listen, wait a minute, creative director of iheart countries like, okay, so now bobby's VP. Do you know what VP? STAN nice president. That's one step lower than the president? Yeah. All of means is I'm assigned for five more years, which is great. And I have a bunch of other shows like I put in the Bobby cast on their nationally on the radio. The women of countries show that..
"nedley" Discussed on The Bobby Bones Show
"Thing, but it was fictional. Oh, it was. I think that's what like killing Conway made up on. That's what it is that what it is generally happened. She used on the news. That's right. That's funny. Yes. I just say stuff, man, you know about forty, nine. Have you played? You know, not yet. I haven't hooked up. I ended up going with the PlayStation four, and so the PlayStation up to the TV I built like this small entertainment center in, it's not ready. The TV can't sit on it yet. You know why? 'cause I built it. Oh no, no humanely. Well, it's not. It's not ready. So I gotta finish it today, but having almost four point four night. Oh, man. Think I am anyway. Get ready for the long nights. Probably gonna be bad at it Cheetos and mountain dew again and trash talking with kids about a headset yet because. I don't want gonna talk to kids. They curse a lot. It's not him being just don't wanna hear my numbers be like keep it clean kids. Oh, yeah. Yeah, Pat boss here kids McClain. So get that. The news reporter reminds me I went the resonates played at what's called Cheyenne frontier days. And if you're new to the show, the raging idiots, Eddie and my band, we have longs, and you know the pretty good songs and like NAMA stone. Rally. We go now and it was Nedley. Do I then us Toby, Keith in that order on being one of the TV reporters wants to interview me and I'm like, I'm gonna talk happy. Let's talk to me. I go out and get the camera set up and they put the microphone on me and they think I'm Nejla. Do NAMA stat. We need to do. Realized cowboy, I'm which Dobie white new. This is my job. What the office of netla do they get in the moments like, okay, so you're you're Nedley, right? So what am wo who I'm not. I'm not, but I will be like avenue care. Go do. I'll be Nedley do. Yeah. But yeah, TV tried to interview interview me as Nedal. Do. Yeah. Your new single sagebrush. Yeah. You heard that yet. Hey, you're on the list, but the California. Hey, what's happening. Meth much just heading to work as always we're gonna do for you. Well, I'm a first time caller and ever since you guys switched over here. I live over by Monterey and ever since guys Stober listened and my two daughters listened with me and we just love you guys love how real and honest you are in hell uplifting your to each other, but has ice keep it real at the same time and aren't afraid to color everybody out on their BS. Thanks. Anything you'd like us to do any segment you request us to do if you could. What do you like? That's a hard one. That's a really hard one. I think they're great. I like that all the segments are. Did you see the story about the woman who gave birth in the waterpark now? Six waterpark? No, no, yes. So. Kidding. Free, six for life. Six flags over Georgia has a hurricane harbor and her name was crusader. She says enjoying her time at hurricane harbor with her daughter, when she unexpectedly went into labor, the baby was delivered at hurricane harbor. So six flags is giving that kid park passes for life there. Yeah, they gave Matthew and his mom. The diamond membership still allow them free visits to six flags park for life. That's the thing to do now that you're when you're seriously pregnant like about. Ever give Harvey. Up baby out an ipad test drive a Lexus. Crazy. Yeah, there's that. Oh, you still there? Elizabeth. Yeah, I'm here. Yeah. Do you like bad segment? Nothing surprises me, especially in my line of work, and I'm also I think of two teenage daughters. So really I, I don't get surprised by much. Well, thank you very much for the federal coal, their appreciation. I'm coming up in northern California ish in a couple of weeks. I'm gonna be in Bakersfield doing a comedy show. They minutes come out to that Bobby bones, comedy dot com about one hundred tickets left of that in DC. But yeah, that's good. Thanks for the call pre sheets. You Mitch the that you button here pushy at you..
"nedley" Discussed on The Flow Artists Podcast
"A master classic a workshop kind of format where you teach using the skills that you learned in that weekend. But basically you're not going to become shooting teacher up to eighteen hours. It's ridiculous with, I guess that idea with the teacher training was to give people some way to begin. And you know if you wanted to teach like I do seasonal classes, then you have to amass a lot more hours of training in skills, you know movements in your toolbox, so to speak in order to do that. But it depends on what you wanna do it because like we were just talking about earlier. This yoga teaches that made me wanna just bring some cheap Amine today they losses will this meditation teachers that wanna do the same. So doing a three day training for them, they sort of get maybe enough at least to be in with to sort of integrated in. So the. Idea with the program was just taking paper a place to begin, and I really wanted to ONA the classical traditions of the practice. So we stand sort of the first day will have died on the first day really undestanding which you can comes from one of the basics fundamentals and water the Vikings which about today the differences between the practices and the approach in all of that underpinning information like make sure that people really understand that. And also I like to really impress upon people that want to teach them, particularly integrated to them is that we need to own a the essence of the practice. So you know, sit before how they said, intricate, differentiated precise movement. It's great to bring that into the integrative practice. Maybe not at the same level of detail bit. Just remembering that that's what these practices about. And if you're not doing it, if you're not. Teaching or instructing in that way. Then I feel like you're kinda not really teaching shoe that slipped spices. The really the poor or one of the cools is I feel this pulley to four elements to it. So actually, like if you teaching it in a coal side, maybe the first time you show the place in the movement would be the broad strokes that they'd wake after wave. That's when you could gradually refined. Yeah. And so the other idea was so I basically teach you my first module teacher training. I teach the full Nedley holding teaches t the first phone he teaches to you, which is an integrated five element foam. And the idea is that I won't after the three days, the people to really know that Fulham and each day titles older. This note may maybe as many it does still have those those details in those intricacies. So making sure that those people after the three day training really feel like they get it because what I really want them to then go out and teach it to someone else. And not be teaching the essence over which is all the daytimes. And yeah, if they're gonna take a course in one of the suggestions of head for people is maybe they could teach a full week cools on this particular integrative foam. And so the idea would be like humility thing every week. You're refining your practice of in your perfecting it kind of why he would. We classic Cheetham the heaven assessment at the end of the cold, nor nor is I just give people a certificate of participation ends. I just I just encourage people to just contact me in this little community now of teachers that have been through the program, and it's just really lovely has we're all connected. We've remained connected in. Sometimes we get together for trainings and efficient opportunity arises other more social things. So I think remember other than assessments are just like the idea of having this little support network for. Inches. Definitely. I guess that's kind of saying rally like, yes, this is the end of the coolest you'll done..
"nedley" Discussed on Elvis Duran and the Morning Show
"Nice to have a nice day person didn't exactly like the picture of health either but i didn't want that out let me let me launch some brain cancer here but that's my decision right back off thank you thank you it's always you know when you you're going to a salad bar and the person who's in the worst shape is they're trying to teach you yeah you really shouldn't eat that you need more fiber beating this there please near the picture of health let me let me stuff anyway it's cool scary what's up with you today i feel like i'm happiest in life when i'm planning things about a purpose i am right now in the midst of planning a surprise for a group of people in my life and i'm so excited when we're getting our surprise in a couple of weeks and i could tell you guys what it is then but it was not you guys people sorry but but i feel you fork over it i'm like wait a second why am i have these feelings that come over me because maybe i'm doing something for someone else and i just get off on them seeing their well i can't wait till she sees that engagement ring girlfriend right now let's how do not miss her how many carrots exciting also excited whole family being the group of people all right very excited stop don't you know it is fun planning things i love when you when you have something on the calendar on the way it really gives you that extra motion to get there faster because i like that so if you look on your calendar now you have nothing coming up at something it could be something trivial could be something really great grandiose but at least it gives you that momentum to keep on moving get excited let's go into headlines natalie rodriguez sitting in here to help us make sense of all of it nedley life are beautiful south florida studios what is the latest what's going on morning thank you.