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"neil neil" Discussed on WTOP
"We have clouds right now now on 84 in DC. Good afternoon. I'm Shawn Anderson and I'm Anne Kramer. Our top story this afternoon, remembering the lives lost in a nation forever changed 22 years ago. Ceremonies held in New York City, Shanksville, Pennsylvania, and in Arlington to mark the terrorist attacks. WTOP's Neil Augenstein covered the story for us in the moments after flight 77 crashed into the Pentagon that A day. Some indication of a fire and smoke at the Pentagon right now. WTOP is Neil Neil, are you, can you tell us what you see at the Pentagon now? Can you hear me? Yes, I can. Neil Augenstein, you're live on the air. Tell us what you see at the Pentagon. Okay, I'm standing right on 395, by the boundary channel drive exit, looking across to the Pentagon, seeing heavy, heavy smoke. Now today, Neil at looks future plans to commemorate that tragic event. Here at Arlington National Cemetery is where the 9 11 Pentagon Memorial Visitor Education Center will eventually be built. It's inside within of where the plane crashed 22 years ago. This morning, this is a work zone. The cemeteries being expanded to add 60 ,000 burial sites. If you've driven around here recently you know, Columbia Pike is being realigned. The vision of this education center will to be focus on how America responded and moved forward. Organizers say it's the final chapter after needed to truly understand September 11. Outside Arlington National Cemetery, Neil Ogenstein, WTLP News. I'm Luke Luker, Greg H. Wood, U .S. Navy, Sergeant Major Larry L. Strickland, U .S. Army, Sandra L. White, Prince William County Board Chair Anne Wheeler reading the names of the 22 residents who lost their lives at the Pentagon. The backdrop a memorial made with steel beams from the World Trade Center and an American flag flying between two fire trucks. 22 of our residents lost that day more than any other region in the Washington DC metropolitan area. Don Armstrong with Combat Veterans Association Motorcycle never misses the ceremony. We can't forget ever and we want to sure make they remember the ones who lost their lives. In Prince William County, Luke Luker, WTOP
"neil neil" Discussed on ESPN FC
"FC terms and conditions apply need to hire you need indeed. All right, enough buyer. How about some quick hits instead? Tottenham Hotspur failed to go beyond a Neil Neil draw at home to Milan, which means they are out of the Champions League. Jules, this was dire, even though he wasn't there. Of course. Yeah, of course. I mean, I was so sad I could not sleep, so I watched that game. When I came back to the hotel last night after the table, which we kind of knew because they can't one day have the ball and there was obvious that Milan were going to give them the board because Milan could do defensive job and Neil, they were very happy with. And that spurs were struggled to create anything we struggled to get going, we struggled to get on the board and to have sun looking near even from the year last season, for example, all of that we knew. So in the end, as bad as they were, I don't think that was even a surprise, which is maybe the saddest bit here gab is that all of this we almost predicted. It was a surprise for me. I saw we would see a lot more for Tottenham. That's why I thought that they could go and turn it around against Milan. I saw the stadium at home. Return. I know they lost the wolves. They were not that bad against wolves for like 60 minutes, 70 minutes, they were pretty good against wolves, actually, and should have put the game away in the first half. So I thought, all right, channel that shouting. This is where we finally come together. I was completely wrong. It didn't happen. In fact, you could be watching this game. And if you didn't know the score and aggregate, you would assume it's like a lead game where both teams are playing for nil nail or you would have thought that spurs would only do is so little urgency. Romero gets themselves. That's why he does though. Again, that's not surprise. He's done it twice, which is two times too many. This season. So unnecessary, putting yourself in that position. You know, you had the Harry Kane Heather at the end was really, I thought really the only viable chance that they created and the defects. For mainland's perspective, I'm not a fan of the back three, but it's giving, it's giving results. And I think you have to give credit to those guys, we're talking about chow, who's really, really, and this isn't like, oh, Italian team goes with back three and its bonus killing in bertali. No, we're talking about tomorrow. We're talking about Kalu who's still very young. We're talking about my child who I think has played half a dozen games for me. Yeah, it was not playing two months ago. So I think that is that's a real credit to magic Mike. Makes a big difference. I mean, distribution. Apart from Edison, who I think is still the best goalkeeper with the Buddha's feet. I think magic Mike is the second best. You have magic Mike as a second best goalkeeper in the world. No, I think in terms of distribution. It's the best. Is he the best keeper in the world? Is he best French keeper in the world there? Yeah. He's a watches the show, and he's the first, but the one. So he has to be the best. I mean, it's not just him. It was not coming to everybody's future after the game and he suggested that the tide had been lost in the first leg in Milan way. It was obviously not on the bench. If he was. He was not well. What did you make of this? And what did you make of the Charlie son? Going pretty strong, post match as well. Look, I mean, did you see we lost this in the first leg in Milan? All right, unless you mean like we literally lost it, like you're like a freaking child. Oh look, they scored the goal the first bite. We didn't check that you made correct. No. These are like two 45 minutes halves. You need to do something in the second half. You lost one young the first leg. You were terrible in Milan, put it behind you. Move on instead, you serve up more of the same tribe. And I'm sorry. Your part of the problem with the issue on the night. Because those players take their cue from you, you need to make the adjustments. Richardson, I gotta say my frustrated. You're chasing the game and they send them on with what, like 20 minutes to go. I mean, come on. I mean, seriously, but you didn't saw in all of a sudden he's going to turn back the clock. I'm not sure the Chinese can tend back and change the game either, even for more time. It's fine, but if you don't create any chances, any chances any chances. And at some point, do something different. There's no way contesting, right? We agree on this. It's not clear to me that he wants to stay. And it's not clear to me that the person. No heroics from mister Champions League. Let me say Joel, it's the last time. Hans van aaken, at least not enough to overturn the first leg deficit, has been fika destroyed Bruce 5 one. Jules, Benfica have lost one game. All season long in all competitions. They have Gonzalo Ramos, who's making people in Lisbon say Darwin, who? Are we sleeping? I'm Benfica's potential champion. This is a serious question. Yeah, no, I think we are. I think we underestimating them, because it's doing an amazing job. Really, the other team, they've got the right balance with youth experience, talent, hardworking players, players that can make the difference on their own. You mentioned Gonzalo Ramos. An amazing game as well. John Mario. I mean, I don't know why they feed him with a Mario, but for him to be at this level and his age, considering the last two, three years he had. Well, he has been great since he got back to Portugal but before that, I mean, it's amazing, really amazing. I can't wait to see who they find in the drop, but if they get a drug that is doable for that city strike when a quarter is, for example, then they get to the same anything can happen. And not really a surprise, but Bruges who have said to you all the time all along that they were not very good sites called Parker after the game, two wins in 12 matches in all competitions will do with our gap. Anything has to add from what we saw on Monday that we kind of knew this was going to happen. I want to add this about Scott Parker, right? We've made fun of his cardigan. He's been terrible, blah, blah, blah. But you know what? He went ahead. He went abroad.
"neil neil" Discussed on The Right Time with Bomani Jones
"There's no, to be fair. I mean, he victim mentality data at all that is more complicated, but he was the victim of an assault like there's no real other way to put it. He couldn't do anything about it. He can't even laugh about it at this point. I just felt like the things he said in that special. That should have been an interview. Like he should have done an interview, a month before the special or leading into it or something where he said all these things and got it out. And then you can get into the special and give us actual comedy. Right. And that isn't what we got. Look, if you gonna give me a run through your thoughts and everything else about it, give me your car, Michael, you better at that. Yeah. Or format, you know, like Neil Neil brin himself has formatted comedy specials around trauma in a way that in a way that's really interesting. That's really honest with himself. And I just don't think Chris Rock I don't think I don't know if I'll put the yet there, but I'm not sure if he and the brand of comedy he has, because his comedy is authoritative. His comedy is I know exactly what I'm talking about. I know, you know, I have this insight. I'm the authority on all this stuff on race and everything like that. And this puts him in a position to not be that authoritative voice, and he has to figure out a different way to do it, but that's not how he's done comedy for the last 30 years. Yeah, no, it was Angela. The only part of you were like all bad, he's had a year to get over this and he still had it. And I'm like, yo, a year ain't that long, dog. That's the joke. I was like, no, people mess up jokes. But you've never seen a one hour live comedy special before, you know? None of us. I mean, but even though you mess up jokes, like that was probably the most important 5 minutes of his career from his from his standpoint. For this standpoint. You're right. But I know he I know he laid up in that bed all night and looked at him still like I can't believe I'm messed up. I know you just won the cloud. I don't want to clown him. I don't want to clown Chris Rock. I've been a little bit polite about Chris Rock. Chris Rock gotten real some real deep seated issues about the way he treats black women that I've always had a problem with. And I think that I've tried to put personal bias aside in terms of how I feel about the slap itself because that brother has some real real issues with black women. I think that that manifests himself in the way that he goes into a crowd at the Oscars and points out the one black woman when your ad lib and it points out the one black woman that talks about her hair and that group in that space. And that even in this moment were will slap you right. You say that everybody else is called will, you know, but you don't. But you, but you don't, and then but you call Jada that work. And that to me is in her home. In her hometown, when Jada did not do anything to that brother, this whole time. We can talk about you can do all that body language reading and say that she mind control will to go up there.
"neil neil" Discussed on THE FIGHT with Teddy Atlas
"And then second round really close Neil doing some really good striking, some really good countering, I thought he took a close round. And then just a bond burn a third round. A real shootout. Yeah. Getting to neo finally in the last 40 seconds, as I said before, you know, getting the rear naked choke on him, but Neil showing just unbelievable, hot. They all have great heart. He's got two hearts in his chest. The final thing I'd say about rock armor is rock on off. I hate. But if I just want to keep repeating his name, 'cause if I don't correct you, people will be like, oh, you don't even know. I'm just trying to help. I'm trying to be a Brock mono. He's an entertaining beast. His toughness and his listen to this, his toughness and his flaws is what makes him so entertaining, because you can hit him. I mean, he's got that, he's got that, he's got that plutonium chin, but you can hit him. And that's what makes him so damn delightful to watch because, you know, he's not like Floyd Mayweather where I love Floyd Mayweather, but it could be frustrating. This guy's got no change. He can't touch the figure guy. You can touch him. You could crack them. But he keeps on freaking coming. And that's part of what's crazy, teddy. 17 wins in a row every single one of them, KO or submission with four of the last 5 in the UFC being submissions in one of them was a knockout. And the guys he's fighting are not cans. The last three with Jeff Neil Neil Magny and Carl's carlston Harris before that my prosaic preserves who I don't know from the UFC and Alex Oliveira, I know. But all finishes in the UFC. Tons of money. To let you go, I'm glad you dissected that can because really he is a monster, but you know what? Here's another movie analogy. You ready for it? Yep. The predator, okay? The original predator. We're Arnold, okay? Where they get the predator and they shoot at them. They don't know what they're dealing with. He's killing everyone. And they shoot at him in the tree. And the girl tells him he had green stuff was on the leafs when they shot him. They hit him. And then, and then Schwarzenegger says, if he bleeds, we can kill him. Because they didn't know what they would deal with. Obviously, some from another planet, something they'd never dealt with before. He's invincible. It looked like if you bleed. We can kill it. And that's the one thing with a guy like, I know everybody bleeds. But a guy like rug. Yes. If you can hit him, that regular, there's a chance. It's pretty damn pub so far. No kid. Nobody's been able to crack that Shell. But if you can hit them. Again, there's a difference if it's a guy that sold them a loose that you can't even touch the guy, but you can't touch them. That's one thing. And again, that's to what for me makes such an attraction. Such a law to him is his flaws. It's not his strengths. It's his flaws with his strengths. That makes him so interesting. I agree. I think that's pretty thorough courage of that fight. Let's get to the meat and potatoes of this card title fight. Women Valentina Shevchenko who usually looks indestructible and unbelievable. Talk about talk about upsets, right, Ken. This was a Titanic upset. Good, I'm sorry. Alexa Grasso gets the rear naked choke on her at round four. It didn't even look like initially it didn't look like it was all the way under a chin. I thought she was just getting her like a face crank, you know, when the chin is still tucked in, but they just squeeze. Most of these guys, you could like break their jaw with a vice grip, they're not gonna tap, but she eventually had kept working. Got it under the chin and she got the tap against a great Valentina Shevchenko adds a little bit of spice to that weight class because Shevchenko has been so dominant. It was boring. It was just a foregone conclusion that Shevchenko was going to dominate. And I heard Chael Sonnen on the great Ariel helwani show. So I want to credit him. He pointed this out, but I want to echo what he was saying. He's great at signing his great. And I miss Simon. You know, I'm not going to hold back. I met some that he's not out there with us. He was always out there with ESPN, deservingly so part of the team, part of the great great team that I gave such accolades to before. And it's missing that happened him there. It really is. It's missing out having him there. Hopefully he'll be back. Hopefully he gets it sorted, but he was saying that the thing he loves about Shevchenko is that she's like the ultimate heel but he doesn't she doesn't actually
"neil neil" Discussed on The BOB & TOM Show Free Podcast
"Even then they knew what to call them. But they still spoke that what I love. Drug only have ten penny. Waiting for new words. This nail not galvanized. Russ quick engraved. Documentary fans, there's a new documentary that's going to track the space quest of a surgeon who lost both his legs. A surgeon in the face? Chanel on the short list to travel into space. But he thinks they're in space. Josh, you walked, so Tom can. Something this guy can do neither of them. And we're done. And seen. Astronauts, doctor Neil Neil. Oh, come on. Is this true? Hopper? Neil hopper, this kid. Did you verify this? You made all of this. This is real. Specializes in amputations, submitted his application after the European space agency put out a call for an astronaut with a disability. According to the university of Exeter, hopper was informed back in 2021. More the recruitment process. Be taking no steps for mankind. That's insensitive. That's what the whole story was. What we just did. This guy is very brave. Surgeon distinguished. Embarrassed. I want some answers. Yeah, this is real. Normally I'd say I'm half the man he is, but in this case. There you go. Okay, well, sorry, doctor hopper. Okay. Doctor Neal. All right. Okay, okay. Coming up, it's going to be sexy time. Thank goodness. With ally breen. Right now I want to talk about you and your time and not wasting it spring almost here and HelloFresh
"neil neil" Discussed on Home Gadget Geeks
"Here in nebraska. It's the time of year it's moth season. And so the the moths are just terrible. This year they're better than mosquitoes by you. You just sit on the deck. We just kind of put up on them and it's just it's just been beautiful so forever. We did have the transition week which i liked because birthday. My oldest just turned five. His birthday's october fifteenth. And it's always a a toss up whether we can do a nice out know backyard or pumpkin patch birthday. We had it in the backyard. Got bouncy house and that saturday. This past saturday was the most perfect dan we have had in a very long time. No wind beautiful weather. I was it was great so we're glad we got at least one moderate day in there. Yeah we've had a couple. I've been i've got now a couple nights during this whole time. And and ed. To your point you know burning a few candles alcohol and enjoy it just. You can't pass it to go in the shed here and turn on. The heater recalled. Remember that what. You're talking about. That like i know i to figure out what i'm gonna do at a figure. Well anyways we'll post show. Neil neil semi email this week and he was like are you. Are you really have to. I think it was now. Do you really have shown outs you say this every week. But i wanna look at of and just a few links they kind of are we've been we've been saying that at the joke may be item on the last three or four or five years. If we do mention things. I will put I will put links in the show notes if we mentioned things on program. I used to do the transcripts. Nobody read them. Nobody cared it just to be honest so i changed this the on the show notes. Now it says buy request if you ever are in a situation in. You need transcripts for hong adjectives. Just let me know. And i can generate them in. I don't know an hour doesn't take very long. They won't be if you wanna perfect. Then you're going to need to be a patron subscriber. And then i'll fix them for you so that's kind of the way that's kind of the way that works but if you do need transcripts kinda let me know big deal weltklasse though are still there. Always world-class thanks always work. No so it's world class. Were class stuff for sure big. Thanks dan lab. Who joined a last week from based on a true story podcast I got an email. I won't say the name on this. But i got an email. Who said jim. You're an amazing interviewer. And i didn't think it was going to work to go. full hour. Some change on a movie based pilot kasdan does based on a true story podcasts or movies that are based on your story and he said But you did. And congratulations but get back to tech. So that was eric thing tech. i promise. Promise you that. Eric thanks very nope. Big big thanks to dan who came on last week based on a true story podcast dot com. I i really enjoyed it and it was. It was tons of fun mike. Welcome back what have you been man. What keeping you busy been all over the place. Yeah we had a Our work puts on a conference for our industry news. Actually in vegas. So i was in vegas for a week and i think in your most tonia. A week is a week too long in vegas. That meant to be a one night tonight thing. I was there monday. Got back late. Friday and just all work throughout it and then some fun in the evenings and it was a great time. Great conference a lot of good advisors out there who are who are doing work and we actually had george w bush as our keynote speaker and so he came. And i tell you having george w he after his presidency he was just candid about everything. You realize that they're human beings. He was very interest. Moderate right down the middle like. He's just he's he didn't have to make political statements so it was just in his stories. I think he could be a stand up comedian. He said he had to sit down a lot so he could be a stand up comedian but his stories. I mean he had just hit stories about putin's dog and his dog and he was just he was hysterical. So really enjoyed. I think no matter where all of our audience aligned politically. they all just super -joyed his candidate nature his his funny remarks and so it was him and our ceo on stage kind of going back and forth. and there's really good so a really good conference but very glad to be back in nebraska vegas i. That was my first time in vegas by the way i never been and and so that was a lot to take in. I agree with you. I'm not to be i guess. Fan eddie like vegas are you there. Couple times You know. I haven't been out there about ten years but one quick story For some went out to vegas when when when went out there when i was in navy. What would a couple friends. Just last minute thing had an opportunity to see Red fox got the tickets went to see him the got the tickets. Go and see him. Let me take a nap set. My alarm slept with alarm. Missed a show. Regret it to this day of our. I missed but again. It's one of those things if you go once you know it's too much to in but if you go on a couple of times and you book on. The show's not gambling on shows on. Its last that's what i've heard. I heard you to really go. You need to enjoy the shows if you're gonna avoid a lot of their stuff. It's good. i was talking about my wife was asking me. She was okay so like the place we need to go vacation because she's also never been there like honestly if it would just you and me. I like nashville. That's like our style like you know live music. But not with all the other distractions and still a great a great time. But yeah as far as i can skip it but i gotta go back next year for our conference so i'll be back another time for you'll figure out you figure out how to kind of work vegas and they're what's weird is so glad listener That lived in vegas. And i was out there. I don't know four or five years in a row for since much data and And so you go off strip. And i think we met still restaurants like applebee's in vegas and it's just all of a sudden you go from the strip to applebee's and.
"neil neil" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology
"Pill. Come on down my ira. My automatics podcast for that album in a long time. And then when you guys the podcast. I went back and i thought yeah this is pretty damn tight is a good one. I liked that record a lot. Which ones psychedelic. No psychedelic pill. Yeah we if we time it right. I think we'll have john craigie back on for psychedelic pill maybe in studio because he's playing in boston. Oh nice nice anyway. Thank you so. I told you in my in my message. Not an entertainer. So neither are seriously. If you've listened to us. I absolutely love the podcast and i spent a good part of the spring and early summer listening to back back episodes. So thank you a big time. The stupid version of luke's question. So you're a fan of neil young and you met neil young and now you're claiming to be a fan of long. May you young and now you're meeting the hosts long. What is what's the how do you know it's it's i. I mean i'm really. I'm kind of at a loss for words that you can tell them about meeting. You guys mark. Just say this. We're not gonna sign sign. Time fades away either so look like jeff tweeted. I sent you guys a a message on. I think it the apple review. Or something of the podcast. Okay i do have a pre tree link fold story with neil. I saw him at what's now. Dt energy music theater was pine knob. At the time stills young band seventy-six and he and stephen were walking around at looking at the merge foods and i was standing there and then still was visually molesting my girlfriend when he. When i listened to that album that you guys reviewed i steals wanted to make love to your girlfriend. He was even creepy. You're than the electric aerostar. Aerostar rock really speak. It was he. Was he going to buy one of his own. T shirts probably so in that same interview. I read earlier on in the episode about the interview with crosby when they asked. Who's the best singer in ny. He said stephen stills. It's not even a question. yeah. I don't know that doesn't mean that doesn't mean you run. That doesn't mean the stills young men albums any good yes except for that one song those talks that was a tough out to get through. S- won't tougher fork in the road or or long neuron fork in the road. I can at least i can listen to fountain blue without you know going into like kind of like that song to do i. It's weird. it's weird one. I really do mortgage that out. Bill murray from life aquatic behind. You there yesterday. You get sue nice. Well mark thank you so much for your time and pleasure. Thanks for the opportunity. Thanks for being a listener. We really appreciate. Yeah i'm looking forward to future with the us. Yeah of course it's always it's always a a real cubis path. So i liked the and thanks. Thanks everyone for listening I don't know what we're going to do next week. I don i mean we're hitting the archives now. I don't know we'll yeah we got. We have to talk about how we're gonna do that out. Are we going to hit the archives. Yeah you know we made. I know to get some people in the patriots stuff. Yeah as far as the studio records the next one would be Shit is right. No muscle annoys illinois. Oh yeah noise. That's crazy kim relentless. There's like seven or eight archive and live records in between this annoys. It's ridiculous. Well we'll talk off podcast. Gonna this is harry. Well prepared we are mark alive right now. I like the behind the curtains. You didn't see piston bottles yet. So i was gonna ask you about that. I i see your long trail signed behind it. So what's the what's the detroit. Beer what are you. What have you been drinking shit There's no detroit beer firebird but we a stroz gone marketed. But long ago odds wrong detroit does do they. Have like good homemade. Sodas donal what am i thinking. I'm not a soda guys. I don't drink soda anymore. But i was listening to a podcast and they were talking about some kind of really good. Like homemade sodas that might have come from detroit but according to the guy from the link full docu series. They have good ethnic people. According to the detroit is eighty percent ethnic and he wouldn't walk around there without his rifle. Yes charming View was the second hand what he said from. Neil neil kind of didn't what anyone to hear but told everybody what said was awesome lewis spot up. It was outed guy racist anyway on that note. Let's let's in this fucking shit right. Mark thanks pleasure. Thank you very much preservative advance. Thank you got the latest. Jim queued up the sound system cranks. But you're missing that extra element. Take all the way to eleven. listening to. Music is only half the journey our senses mingled to create unforgettable moments on the magazine podcast tunes and tumblers. 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"neil neil" Discussed on Broken Record
"I was fantastic. Thank you so much. I'm gonna tell all now to run out and listen to the album version because it's got a very full almost sounds like the band. Dan lights base. And it feels like rick danko singing it and that's just such a different wonderful version. Thank you thank you. Could you tell me about writing that one. Yeah that was one of the ones that i wrote a while ago and i just i can't help but just feel like it was sort of written like a band song. It's very like you know. I wanted to write a song. It was it was groovy but mellow and it is sort of. I think it's one of the more fun lyrical songs i've written. I sat and fun playing with words on that song. You know it just felt like. I was tangled up in in my emotions. You know sort of like trying to ride about leaving this girl behind. And maybe i was watching some law and order show or something. I felt like you know is using a bunch of legal terms. This album is more for people who have followed you. It's a more country album you and your band or you're kind of very heavy guitar. Driven california style band. But this one feels a little more austin to me. Yeah i don't know where that california style got thrown into all of those articles. I mean you know we. We did the first record. Was in austin that actually only recorded one record in california or two records in california but most of the time i grew up listening to austin texas musicians and seattle musicians. There's no. There's no bands that i was influenced really from california unless you include like buckling or or you know. The sort of the bakersfield sound merle haggard that kind of thing or a. Neil neil young. I guess supposedly you made his his real sound down there in california but we called ourselves cowboy hippie surf rock when we started out. So maybe california was just sort of grandfathered. In at that point. I mentioned you're from this storied. Musical family not only do grow up and musical family. You joined the family band. Pretty early didn't you. Yeah i started flying when i was thirteen. Fourteen in the band. How long have you been playing by that point of two years. I've really got proficient at least good enough to hand. Hang by the third year. I was playing because i spent hours and hours and hours and hours and hours playing. I didn't i didn't stop. I wanted to be an olympic athlete. When i was a young kid. I wanted to be swimmer. And i knew what it took and i wanted to give that same amount of focus and attention in practice to music to stand out as someone who definitely made their life about music to stand out as someone who loves music and embodies music and isn't just riding on coattails or something you know I feel like i had a little something extra approve in to myself as well as others but most of myself that i was okay on my own and that if my father hadn't been famous i would still be capable of putting in the efforts required working hard enough to stand and be heard no matter what what happened to swimming. Well i got distracted by music. And a certain point i'd started. I'm putting more into music than i did to swimming. Music has taken me all over the world. Music is taken me to to to to love in my life is. It's given me confidence. It's given me strength. If there is a god. I think god is music you know. So when did the songwriting start for you When i was eleven years old. I wrote a song called you were it and my dad liked it so much. She put it on his record. It always will be at the time. I was probably about eleven years old when that happened. So second your eleven you start to get royalty checks from one of your dad's album funny story too. Because when i was older i was living in california i went to i went to loyal marymount university briefly dropped out but as i after i dropped out. I was paying rent at this place in venice california and month to month. It was kind of difficult. I was going on the road and making money but there were there. Were times where. I was not gonna make rent. And i remember one day the dave the rent came due and i didn't have the money i didn't have hardly any money. That point. not sure if anybody realizes. But i never take money from my parents. I just i just kind of. I don't know. I forced myself to separate from that because i again i. It was my own thing. So i couldn't pay the rent and i was driving down the pch. Some something just came over me like okay. I'm going to be okay. No matter what. I'm just going to trust that. Life is life is going to be okay and i got a call as soon as i had. That thought. I got a call. And it was that i had a package fedex so i drove to fedex and i opened up the package and it was a check from writing that song for exactly what was due for my rent. The exact to the dollar amount. And i said wow in on that point at that point on i just started. I just sort of said to what. I'm just going to keep trusting. That is fantastic story. I'll play that saw has if i remember it You're.
"neil neil" Discussed on AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch
"I have a connection. I love black dudes. Yeah. But the main thing is they love to like they just, they just understood that we didn't give a fuck they didn't give a fuck and the way they treated us, like we felt honored. Yeah. Yeah. You know what I mean? Yeah. I felt honestly, I swear to God, I felt I never felt I always felt safe there. I know where to go. Boulevard, and after I was playing on Crenshaw, boulevard was crypts with pimp, let's be honest. A bunch of pinch there. A bunch of hookers there. Killer. Coke on the table? Absolutely. Drinks. Anything you any, anything you wanted, and we would just sit and talk with them and just fucking laugh our asses off for hours. And I never felt like, oh man, this is a bad spot. I fucking felt like I was going to Macy's. I walked in. And it was a guy and no one's gonna know him, but there's a friend of mine named Greg Greenberg, Jewish guy, obviously. Better writer than Neil gumbo. He's alone. He's a lot better. Yeah. He's a better way. I might come up on that. Oh no, nice. No, no, no, because now he'll know. Better ride of him. And Greenberg, Jewish guy, with a lot of people don't understand is when people hear black comedians kill and slay on stage, they don't know that a lot of white guys are writing those jokes, right? And. Where was I, Jesus Christ? Greenberg. We pulled up Greenberg. Yeah, he got enemies for writing for Chris Rock for writing for all these people. And when we pulled up, he goes, I'm not going in there. I'm like, Fred. He's very nervous. I can't do it. Very nervous. I can't do it. Very nervous. Let me call him because guys, just get uncle's gonna bring this shuttle to screech. Just give me a second. I want you to hear dump the last time we talked to him. He was upset because his parents had died, and he was upset about kind of stuff. Let me see if he's going to answer. Neil, of course, my writing partner. Tommy's on the fucking podcast. Yeah, I will. But he was nervous about last time he called, hold on one second, guys. God damn it. Anyhow. They asked, how much shit does he do before he says hello? Are you there? He's there. He probably butts. Neil. Neil. He's so old. He's like breathing hard. I know. Talk to me. Maybe ODed..
"neil neil" Discussed on WBUR
"And the food many of us eat contains more meat and sugar than it any point in human history. Industrial agriculture is the subject of His book is called Animal Vegetable Junk, the history of food from sustainable to suicidal, It looks into the origins of our western food system and ways to have healthier food. Mark Bittman joined us as part of our living on Earth Book Club Live events, Erie's and to start our conversation. I asked him why, he says social stratification and human society largely began with the advent of agriculture before there was agriculture. There was very little, if any social stratification, and even if there was it was because I was tougher than you. It wasn't inherited wealth. It wasn't inherited social stature. Once there was agriculture, people could start accumulating surplus once people started accumulating surplus. They could become traders. They could become business people. There became society where not everybody was a farmer and social stratification began. Fast forward. Say, 9500 years out of the 10,000 years we're talking about and we fast forward to say the Middle Ages, or 1500, or so land started to be used for cash, crops and noblemen. And they were mostly men started taking land away from peasants and dictating to peasants What they could grow and saying We want you to grow things weaken cell and here you can have this little plot of land on the side. We hope you can sustain you and your family on that. And food began to be traded. We saw the rise of capitalism and later industrialization. We saw the rise of commodity crops, which meant that food was being grown not to nourish people not to feed farmers and their families and their neighbors and their areas. But to be sold and what ultimately developed where we're at. Now is a system where everybody is supposed to grow as much as they can of what they grow well, so we, the United States grows. Corn and soybeans and animal products. Well, we do that we sell it on the open market. We get cash. We buy food from wherever else it's from, presumably from places that grow it well. This is sort of theoretically. I mean, this is Neil Neil liberalism. Really? You do what you do best. Mark if you're trying to sell me this, but you don't believe this. No, I don't believe that. This is the way it ought to work. But this is the way that it is working. Yeah, yeah, This is the way that it thistles the way that it's developed this. I'm not saying this is a good thing. This is where we're at. We've lost the ability to sustain ourselves as the early days of covert showed we've We've lost the ability to sustain our regions, and I think one of the benefits of Covert or one of the upsides of covert is that we've seen the importance of regional agriculture of local agriculture si ESAs. They're selling out farmers markets are crowded and so on. Because people understand that local food, local food systems are something we can rely upon if we encourage their growth. So it's you know, it's a mouthful. It's a lot to say. Well, it is, But you know, one way to read this book actually is as a critique of capitalism. And classism. In other words, you right At one point food security isn't a Nagra cultural issue. It's a political one. Hunger is in a symptom of non production. It's a symptom of inequality of abuse of power. And wealth. Explain what you mean here. I mean, there are no hungry people with money. It's pretty simple. Really. You know you you will say you think of the poorest country you can think of, are the poorest place on earth or whatever it is. If I send you there with 500 bucks, you'll eat just fine. I mean, This is about power. This is about equality. This is hunger is about money. And and what's happening now is that the United States and joined by multinational corporations from around the world? Would like the whole world to enter into that kind of market that I was talking about before where no one grows crops for themselves, their family their area. Everyone grows crops to sell on the world market. That is not a sustainable system. I mean, one of the parts of your book you a zoo, critique capitalism. You point out that At its hard economic growth and the capitalistic system that we have right now is predicated on ever growing, but the end of the day that's not realistic. You can't keep expanding and expanding on a finite planet. Right. You know what is it knew their matter or energy can't be created or destroyed. There's only a finite amount of stuff so permanent growth is it's a myth. It's a very pleasant myth. If we keep growing that everybody will eventually prosper. But we can't keep growing. There's a limited amount of land. We've reached the limit of arable land. There's a limited amount of resources. Potassium phosphorus night. Well, hydrogen is virtually unlimited, but We have to figure out it's not just in food. Obviously, it's in many walks of life. We have to figure out how to be sustainable How this race. How we can endure as a zoo, a big family of c'est stable 7 to 10 billion person family. It's not going to get bigger than that. But we can support that number of people on this earth. If we're smart, If we believe in permanent growth, everybody just gets more and more and more then we can't I think the food system believes in permanent growth of people's waistlines, especially in the ghetto, because you point out that at one point, the small business Administration was willing to lend and brown and black neighborhoods but they lent for and I'll let you finish. They went for the development of fast food and of course, gas stations. Gas stations are very important, but yeah, the S P a. Very cynically said We're going to help inner city people code word for black and brown people. We're gonna help in your city. People develop businesses, but the kind of business we're going to encourage our Burger King and McDonald's essentially which was what was around in the seventies and eighties and This happened simultaneously with those fast food companies realizing that Business by foot was Justus. Good, if not better than business by car, and they have what you call ups, ultra processed foods which are addictive, right? I mean the flavor meisters make Things like the potato chip the fried chicken that you get a fast food, the burgers. They're loaded with chemicals that have been developed in laboratories to addict us to them. I mean, you Pff ultra processed food is becoming sort of the catch word for junk that kind of more formal catchword for junk..
"neil neil" Discussed on Pop Culture Leftovers
"Is chris chris. Shut the fuck up. You are not involved. Shafak cab tricks. You're off the table. You're fine a meeting mugniyah. Neil neil neil neil. Is the problem right. Now that we've got to figure out kris you chris. You're distracting right now. You're worse than rachel. No one knew chris. Jake this is. This is a real. Come to jesus moment for me right now. Are we haven't problems. Neil do. I don't think it's not. We can't resolve. Neil works well with other guests. Shit all right okay. Hold on hold on sir. Are you saying that. Neil doesn't play well with others. He plays with me and you. But it's like if we bring in like a new element. Which would that new element bring being. Chris volk chris this time. I mean there's cows exam countless examples countless example. Like it okay. But if we keep we keep meal kind of like in his own leg. Neil pocket like a neil hot pocket ham and cheese hot pocket. And he's got his own little meal fucking neil ham and cheese hot pocket with this fucking like thing that you put the neal hot cock in and it's made for cooking it in a microwave jake. I'm just hungry. i'm just. I'm hungry for shitty microwave food right now jake. That's all this comes down to me. Tear meteo give me that reflective slave. I'll be by loki guys. Look you can be fun. Oh that's right. Slow king guys. We're gonna we're gonna see multiple locations. It sounds like we're going to be going through fucking time. It sounds like we're going to be seeing different multiple locations throughout this series. Which makes sense i. Dave introduced this in in the movie and game where we got like different. Well we went back and we saw the version of of of loki that was apprehended by the avengers at the end of the avengers movie. The one that hadn't went has not witnessed the death of fraga. And that's the low low key that we're going to be dealing with in this series and they're just going to be jumping around time and i think we're gonna see multiple versions of loki. Jake do you think not only. Are we going to see multiple versions of tom. Hilton's loki. do you think we could see you think we could see like. It's been a theory of mind. We could see female female key and things like that. I think so. I really wanna see crow low key as well. Yeah yeah style. I go with his name. What about when deadbolt puts on the lucky horns. I can't believe neal still talking. Jake jacobs like we didn't fuck in even like address. The fact that neil is a problem. I gotta get through this episode.
"neil neil" Discussed on The Patriot AM 1150
"The secret sauce is keep investing and never stop. Never stop. Yep. And also one of the secret sauce. David, I think which I love hearing you, You know, even at your level status. You still have a smart vester pro that just educate you on certain things when you meet with him on a yearly basis. And I was like, man, I'm constantly learning. Even when I was even a little fearful myself. Last year, Dave I said, All right, cool. I'm a trust. Dave. I'm a trust you all I'm not gonna touch this thing. And Dave, I'm trying to tell you even a small fear that did hit me for a quick second. I'm sure does something it hit. You're not human. If you're not facing some big blow up things like a pandemic, you don't go Oh, my God. What's happening here? Yeah, I mean in 2008. I'm I remember distinctly Sitting. I had done three shows on Fox in New York, and the stock market is going off a cliff E. Many went from 19,500. I mean, it's going off a cliff, and I remember sitting in the steakhouse there right next to Fox. Sharon and I went over there for lunch after I just finished. Neil Caputo and I've been in there with Neil Neil smarts and wake up and he's like, Aren't you scared on? No, I'm not scared. I'm not scared. I'm saying no, I'm not scared. And then I'm sitting there in that in New York City and the steakhouse and I'm watching these big red letters go across the side. The Fox building watching the stock market dropped minute by minute by minute is dropping. And I know this stuff. I teach this stuff, right? I'm going Heaven people that are smarter than me or scared. Maybe I should be scared. And I said, Sure I might dump not being scared, and she said no. We actually know what we're doing. We've been through these kinds of things before and where people of faith we don't place all of our Olive, our happiness based on the size of a stinking bank account exactly anyway, and we've been broke before. We didn't lose our minds. Then we'd be broke again and we'll be all right. But we're not gonna be broke. It's gonna be okay. Yeah. I mean, and that's how it felt to Dave. Honestly, I was okay. Get over this fear and keep on moving. And I'm so grateful that I didn't do it so great for my family didn't do it. But I have to be honest. I was sad and hurt that my friends didn't listen. Yeah. You gotta have somebody your corner to talk You off the ledge is what it comes down to. Jude is in Tampa, Florida. Hi, Jude. How are you? I know Mr Ramsey, Mr O'Neill. Good, great man. How can we help? Great. Well, I find myself actually in a good situation Just looking for a little bit of advice. Um, currently, my take home household income is 150,000 year about 83,000 of that between a military tension of V a benefits and then the rest between myself and my wife jobs. I'm about to change jobs this coming summer within the next couple months. Just don't have a fun date yet, and I and debt free except for our house, which is well about 258 on the mortgage. My question is the job behind going into The 41 k that they offer without me having to contribute. They do 15%. Um So I already contribute to my retirement. 15% of everything good. My question is Is can it would be wise at all. I really want to pay off the house. Who just contribute 15% of my non pension income because that pension is going to be there for my life. Um Would I be able to just contribute to 15% of the non pension income and the money that I saving dump all that on the house to get the house being all strippers? Dude, you're a grown man. You're able to do whatever you want it. Oh, okay. Well, I'm looking for some advice in your father's. What would you would recognize? I would recommend putting 15% of your income into retirement. Absolute and all these other things just because the answer the question is how rich do you want to pay? All right. Okay. You know, I mean, I don't wanna be quite as wealthy. Okay. Well, then, no. I mean, you're putting all towards the house, so it is gonna work out, but But the interesting thing is, is that you won't change the date. You pay.
"neil neil" Discussed on YEK YEK JE
"All right jake. Check one two one to check. Yeah was he did not get your said when best badge so. I'm portuondo giga that. It's li shoot up weekday. Excuse do you can buy that. Oh my dad by the you to let probably proceed by the. Dan will end the pool during the member. Something lira up. What the posse was then in that. When you die you feeling operated. You're and feeling feeling so. The whole. Neil neil awoken to argue this more Where are you By the room identity do be associated faculty tonker and and i might have had kid by nasheed a google right so could have. We saw what it can be celebrating. Go to one of my friend. Has he did the cool hunter. Settling laghi bender. Bend it bend zero full beyond benchley geckos about many do number apnea scream Scarcely the you to call in his get and has gala has has zini David industry good did it. But do scarcely get lane to the cat allowed to larrabee a lot but took a life so a canales zenia and be pandya. Donna postion to and so. Did shed. Under semi-finalists greg indy at talk a dc laga on mesa end about what what to him on traveling up on my best to and names that have bought The about.
"neil neil" Discussed on Pop Culture Leftovers
"Being dishonest about it. Maybe do dushi it. But he's not being an asshole. It's super dushi. Hey why can't we bring back the bucket. Michael jordan is fucking human towards if we're going to bring back yeah this even torches and just kill mongers. Let's have a fucking chris evans kill monger. Oh my god i wouldn't. That's that's like that spiderman me pointing at each other and shit. Oh my in which they have to show up and they have the iowa lose my shits. They did it in the of spider verse. Yeah but Live action version of that would break the actual internet. Neil neil. i'm going to say dude is you're wrong. It's one hundred percent feast. This is on the. And i'm saying you are a one hundred percent wrong wanda fuck you twenty five percent earlier now you've completely completely gone down on double down on it. I'm doubling down. Of course i am a dude. I can't do we find out. it's feast. oh i'm bringing you back on this shit. And i can't wait. I cannot wait the heat do. I'm just no. I'm gonna bring a not even going to be a full time. It's not a feast. Oh dude you're not gonna be a full time. You're not gonna be x jake. You are not even going to be a fulltime guest. I'm just going to bring you on that one segment just for that one segment and i'm going to call you shit dude. I'm going to call you a bitch couple times and then you're gone. You're gone since about right advantage just like want us children shit. Final thoughts final thoughts on one division. Stephanie digging this fucking show. I'm loving it and i'm eating a lot of crow too because i i was not excited for this all But now i can't get enough of it. I have to watch each episode multiple times just to catch all the things. I'll listen to the podcast. And then i'll go back and look at things. This show has been excellent. And i think they're doing fantastic job that's awesome. It's fucking awesome. My god neil. I cannot wait until they reveal is fuck. it's the devil. I hope they call him satan. I hope they do too like i. You know what. I hope that they bring it in. I do not think that they're going that way. And i hope that. I'm eating crow because mephisto is a great marvel character I but i also think that this is a possibility for breaking the multi-diverse and allowing the the actors that we'd love and certain parts to play those parts again and like that is what's most exciting for me after the quicksilver stuff is that okay maybe we can get you know a fucking fast bender in the mcu..
"neil neil" Discussed on WGN Radio
"You know the flip side was you sweet thing. But I mean songs, air kind of strange, even maladies to you. There was a song from the night. Remember, in the nineties, Everything was so downbeat, you know, depressed. Yeah, There was a song called A broad. It's dark on Broadway and it had this line. It's an old man, a young man sitting in an old man's bar waiting on his turn to die. I mean, what do you want to listen to that? Well, well, we could get into eve of destruction to all we're at it, but yes, there's there's a lot of songs that I wonder why anybody listens to And you know there was a sequel to them. He did a eve eve of destruction 2012 got well, And it's really a shame because very McGuire had some cute little records that weren't even destruction like cloudy summer afternoon that we're not bad little pop records, but that was not one of them. But, yeah, I understand that he found the Lord and was unlike TBN a lot or or 700 club or something. Well, I mean, you know, people always have complaints. I mean, even Neil young hand. He got a political song. Once. I wasn't wasn't that political. He found out that Starbucks and lasts until we're In cahoots giving us chemicals in our drinks. And so he came out with the record with a group called I Forget the name of the group for it now, but a venerated The name of the song was a rock star bucks a coffee shop and it starts off. The video starts out with him trying to drink from a cup of coffee and he throws it away. Disgusted. This is I want a cup of coffee, but I don't want a GMO. I'm not a not a Neil Neil Young fan. But that album which you know that old actually I like any album called the Monsanto Years, so Oh, yeah. I'm aware of it are. Yeah, that is needed. Okay, Wolf. Thanks for thanks for having me on And thanks for listening. Appreciate it. Okay. All right. Good bye. So, Yeah. I don't think we'll be playing any. In fact, I think we're safe from Neil Young on this particular show probably forever. But what else do we have? Oh, Kevin and can't get he wants to guess so. Kevin. Welcome to WGN radio. Oh, really? Um They were relived some strange ideas in the Middle Ages, so I was gonna get to rid them of evil spirits. No, not evil spirits knew about the given their first Mr Bubble bath. Oh, God, I hope not. No. Yeah. Can you play of the show highlights? Sometimes I know he can You doing something else? Tonight? We'll show what you want. You want. I play shopping fever. Oh, really? A big hit. All right, well, I played it before, but I'll play it again tomorrow night. I'm writing it down already played it. Well, that doesn't matter. I'll play it again. Much of the gospel, do you? Well, actually, I've got some favorites. I'm a big for this once. Overtones, of course. Yeah, Savior past me. Not that to really the vocals and that are incredible. Yeah, absolutely on there is actually in the last 2030 years. Some of the contemporary Christian stuff is great Carmen. Some of that is one of the greatest records ever. I think, and Carmen doesn't get any Any notice in the secular world, But I thought some of that was a killer record. And, of course, Ron Cannoli. As for me in my house, that's just a killer song. So there's all sorts of stuff they will play. A couple of those along with the show highlights tomorrow. Well, well, if it if you don't do the show highlights you. Can you do this one sober tone song, Okay. Okay, I read it down. Good night, right. All right, you two. Thanks for calling. I appreciate it. Okay by now. All right, so 8888765593, Texas to Andrew in Chicago. Who's going to guess so? Hello, Andrew. Hey, how could go on rally? All right, How about your bad self? Doing all right, doing all right. All right. I got I got a little list here. One feels wrong and some of others, but let's give it a shot. Um All right. How about clam digging or no? Okay? What about other like raw material Production like clean like they're getting play. Are we sure we're talking about the same question in the Middle Ages. The child would be thrown into the river for this purpose to find to find you're not going to school, but the word all right. It has nothing to do with clay. Okay? But what about having the Children? Uh Pick up beaches in the river, You know? No attracted to them. No. Look All right. Well, my last thing is also make Children work. Uh, diving for things like any shipwrecks in, you know, in a river or If they're helping construct anything? No. No. All right. Any other period topic open. Yeah, Whatever you want. You pick a category I'll find a question for you. I forget the categories. Well, there anything you want. You come up with something. Oh, man. What are you good at? No, I don't know. Probably. Probably not stuff that you'd have questions Ready? Don't Don't Don't bet on it. I can usually find something. What would you like to have? Um I don't know. Putting me on the spot, huh? You know, I'll call back. Okay? Another topic. It sounds good. If there's something you think you know a lot about you call back and we will find a question for you. All right. All right. Thank you. Thanks for trying. Appreciate it. All right. So, yeah, World is your oyster on this show. If there's something that you know all about, Well, all right, so now Let's see. We've got kid and Upper Michigan. Welcome to WGN radio kid. Yo, kid. Oh, yellow. Hello. What are you doing? Oh, well. And you know what? My dog what kind of dog Oh, he's a Jack Russell terrier. 0 G has one of those two. All right, He's on hold. All right, so a big wolf. And what are we going to do with you? I don't know. Ask me a question. Well, our question that we have out there is in the Middle ages. A child would be thrown into the river for this purpose. What purpose? Mm. Uh, I don't want to say that. Okay, Well, you can have your own category. What would you like me to pick a question about?.
"neil neil" Discussed on Eclosion
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"neil neil" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"My ability. Your dad, I Neagle is one of the really, really good ones. And we've had your dad on a bunch over the years for a variety of reasons. I'm sorry to hear that. And you're probably sorry that you get questions like this, But I'm gonna ask it anyway. I mean, when you know when you've got a dad that is been doing it. As long as he's been doing it, and is Aziz. Good as he is like. What's it like for young kid getting into business, choosing this path to say? Yeah, I'm gonna do with my dad and I'm gonna be a broadcaster. You've got to try to carve out your own. But people are always gonna be going. Oh, yeah, that's an eagle son. Yeah, I think because a lot of sons or daughters of broadcasters we've seen over the years decide to get into it. And really a lot of Children like to follow their parents and what they do if they see that they enjoy what they do. I think that was the biggest key for me is I saw every day he woke up and was excited to work. And when you see that, and my dad and I were very close from a young age, so you're close to this person and you see them loving what they do for a living. It's it's an easy choice. For me. I saw it and I said, Well, I think I could do it. I see how it's done. I see how the sausage is made on by the cosmos is over the years I just collected information watching him and how he prepared how he handled himself. In the group setting and how he treated people when he was at the events, and I think I just took bits and pieces from all of those moments and applied it to myself. So the biggest challenge I guess with it is Building your own voice and building your own persona. Despite having the same name and the same last name and the recognition that comes with that, but I don't shy away from it. I did at least early in my college days and I tried not to attach the name Eagle with everything I was doing. I would just say, Yeah, I'm Noah was like Madonna or chair. It was weird. People didn't quite understand it. But eventually I realized there's nothing nothing to be ashamed of with it, So I embraced it and I've gone from there, so he's been obviously one of the biggest supporters of my career. He's been with me along with along my side every step of the way, and I don't think I could be where I am right now. Without him, that's for sure you are. You know, you've already got a pretty good voice, but the old days Guys like Neil Funk would smoke about two cartons. One filter. So do you find yourself trying to develop that voice, and have you gone to that old school methodology? Yeah. Neil Neil mentioned it was too. I smoked three. Just the top him on Lee. And so we're getting there eventually. No, I don't smoke. But, yeah, Look, I think it's develops. Naturally. Um, it's funny because when you listen back to broadcasters who are at the top of their game right now, or in the prime of their broadcasting career, and you hear how they sound, you're like man. It's just such a great sound. I got such a great voice. You go back to how they sounded when they first started, and it sounds completely different. It's generally a bit higher. Um, maybe not as filtered or the same type of Word uses that they have developed over time. So it just happened. The more you do it, and it develops naturally. And so, if you're if you're going out of your way to try and create this voice in this persona for yourself. It's going to come off that way to the listener. So my mentality has always been. Just just be yourself, be you and hopefully people will resonate with that and your voice and that persona will stick with people. And so far, I've been fortunate that that has happened and hopefully That continues for your years to come. No eagle for another minute with us. He'll be on the call with paperless and at the Superdome for Bears and saints on Nickelodeon, the Nickelodeon broadcast on Sunday afternoon. On the game. No, I mean the bears one of the biggest underdogs. I mean, technically, the biggest in terms of the actual point spread. Washington you know is at home and getting a lot of points but bears going on the road here getting about 10 points. What chance do you give them to hang in this game, and you think some sort of an upset can happen? Yes, Look, they certainly have a chance to do it. It's all going to come down to whether or not they can control time of possession, at least in my opinion. David Montgomery since returning from that concussion has been on a tear, and he's done a great job of Utilizing the offensive line playing pretty well despite the fact they've got a couple undrafted rookies up front, two of which, coming from Notre Dame and actually saw those guys when I was at Syracuse And was impressed was a bit surprised, especially Alex bars. I understand the injury was the reason he dropped out of the draft, but that dude was at one point projected to be a high round pick. In the NFL draft, and the Bears were fortunate to grab him a couple years back, and he's developed nicely for them. And Sam must first filled in nicely at center. And so with those guys piecing together the offensive line, David Montgomery as Finished the season strong. He's up over 1000 yards, and if he can continue that, and the bears to control that time of possession and keep the vaunted Saints offense off the field as much as possible, they certainly have a chance without it out because we know the Bears defense. Has the pieces. The collective unit hasn't been quite what we expected this year, but on any given day, they can go out there and they can dominate the game. Alittle Mac himself. And dominate the game on any given day. So if the defense of unit shows up and the offense can control that possession, I give the bears very much of a chance to win this game into advance. And plus, I think And you guys air much more clued into this than I am. But I would have to believe that Mitchell for visiting that Maggie and company they want to prove that they deserve to be there. They would. They have to have a chip on their shoulder coming into this game of Yeah. We may have backed into the playoffs, but we believe that were team that deserves to be here as a unit on both sides of the ball and can compete with the best in the NFL. And not to mention the first game between these two was very closely keep that. Yeah, albeit with Nick Foles under center, But yeah, it was a great game. And so I think that that belief in itself of Yeah, Well, wait a second. We were right there with earlier this year. Why can't we do that again? Is going to be there as well. So you are college roommate at Syracuse with our young gun. We call him young Tyler. Rocky is one of our producers here in Chicago. We love Tyler. You gotta get in picturing you guys run around Syracuse. Causing trouble right? Oh, yeah, I look, I don't know what pictures you have with the lead them immediately. I don't need my reputation tarnished because I'm sure Tyler's got ridiculous receipts of things that I've done in the past. But yes, Tyler is One of my close friends. He's a as good of a dude is you're gonna find anywhere and you guys were certainly lucky to have we love him. Absolutely. No, we'll be checking it out. I know I will with my kids this weekend. Thank you for the time. Enjoy the game. We'll talk too soon, right? Guys appreciate it. Thank you. There's no ego. He's gonna be on the call in a powerless in the Nickelodeon Bears Saints broadcast. Yeah, he does have a good voice are in New York for a young guy. Yeah, right away. I heard he might ban this camera started. Smoking was six. Yeah, when I was 24 on my voice is a lot different than it is. Today were Sylvie's voice mall have sound of Soviets wife when.
Tools To Help With Instagram Growth
"Welcome to another episode of marketing. School I'm Eric Su and I'm Neil. Patel and today we're GONNA talk about a couple of tools to help with instagram growth. So I will start with number one and this is what I've mentioned. Once already tensor social and there's a lot of other influence or tools but tensor social is it's cool because let's say I, want to find people that are it allows me to filter and. Search. For people that I think are most relevant to me. So let's say I wanNA find only verified accounts that have contact information that are in the marketing nation. I can actually do that or I can do a profile on Neil's account of Neil. Neil has a lot of marketers following I can see which influential people are following him, and maybe I can reach out to those people right. So the whole idea here is We often talk about finding email addresses, finding contact information to reach out to people to get things done. A lot of people are hanging out on instagram. So this is just another way to push your your initiatives. Ford. If you're people are actually hanging out on. INSTAGRAM Another thing that I like doing is I use Canada because one way I've found to grow your in grandfathering extinct carousels you to see him on Eric Nice proposal. They can keep clicking next next next next next, and it creates a ton engagement and I bet you they're tracking how many people are swiping which them to show your content increase the reach way more. So but you can use cabinet do for you don't have to pay designer then. I like using in grammar that's I N. G. R. A. M. E. R. I think felt right Tad's matter when you're posting on instagram. So what happens is they'll show, let's say I want to write something on. My continents about marketing while it's GonNa show me the most popular tags is going to show me rare tags and also think there's a medium level two and then you can sort out the majority of them. Are you wanna find are the rare tags and the medium? Tanzania put some popular ones in there and that's the idea and sometimes when we've used in the past, we have had over sixty to seventy percent of people discover. A piece of content and that's a lot and so tabs work and go ahead and use of the White House. Grammar. Another team that you can doing is using social blade I use social blade to spy on my competition look at growth not tell you how many followers are getting and how many how often they're posting content and you can start looking for correlations of me like Oh, they posted this content this day and their follow count jump through the roof. So you can start looking at what was the context that they're posting that's getting into the most followers in will give you ideas of the type of content you should be posting on your profile to get more followers more reach. Yup So one free toy you can use facebook creator studio. What's great about it is you can schedule I g TV posts an instagram posts ahead of time, and that's they'll show you analytics as well. It just really convenient us sure there's other tools out there like sprout social send a ball. There's a lot of these other social tools but facebook creator studio does make things pretty easy and It also allows you to post to facebook and also believe allows you to boost those posts as well. Another thing that you WANNA do out facebook's Ad Library because if you're trying to run ads on Instagram, it can give you some inspiration and that's very important because some of the best ways to grow your profile is to advertising whether we like it or not, but check out as well.
Why SEO is Still Our #1 Marketing Strategy in 2020
"Super committed to your success online. We've worked with them to a special offer just remarking school listeners. All you have to do is go to dream host dot com slash marking school to learn more and get your website online today. Welcome to another episode of Marketing School I'm Eric. Su and I'm Neil Patel and today we're GONNA. Talk about why Seo is still our number one marketing strategy in two thousand twenty. So meal how long have you been doing Seo for? Too Long I don't even know how long maybe sixteen to eighteen years somewhere around that range of guessing sixteen to eighteen years. Okay. So for me, it's probably coming up on ten years or so. So I'll answer question afterwards wide you still like Seo wise it still your number one strategy although s does take effort cost more than it used to write you could get rankings with very little effort or very little human capital. So in essence you're still spending money because it's time. In the long run, it's still one of the cheapest tropics that I found. It's consistent and whether you have a good month that business or badminton business, you afford keep getting that traffic see like when things like Kobe hit a lot of people had a turn paid ads because even though as we're making money. Just if not everyone's buying or things go wrong you gotta save cash wherever you can. Seo You don't have to turn it off. You can pause your campaigns, but you're still getting that traffic and that's a beautiful part. I think the reason why it's still mine number one marketing strategy is because I think in the early days of my career I wanted the newest tactics I wanted to move very quickly. Go go go and then I realized that what I'm really good at is the long term stuff I I realized that when you have a long term outlook on things you look at Warren Buffett is just they like to buy and hold things typically you're not buying stock to sell. So the way I look at s Yo single rains a good example of this when I first. Came into the company, we're getting like two to three thousand visits month. Now we're we're getting decent traffic upwards of about three, hundred thousand or so Neil. Neil gets couple million, right but I think the point I'm trying to make it compounds and it is the gift that keeps on giving yes. You have to continue to feed the beast, but it's cost efficient, and once you have that foundation that bedrock you can start to build out the other channels but you build around that. So I. Just look at it as business investment not so much as just a marketing strategy. Look at the end of the day, as long as you can end up. Providing a ton of value, you'll get the traffic and when times are tough, you can pause things. Things is. You still have your Seo if you don't have as many people working on or you're not producing as much contact, you'll still get the traffic again I don't know any other channel that's like a social media's quick bursts Seo. You can sustain it. You don't get that quick bursts at the beginning, but long instead he really or slow. Really does win the race in paid. You spend, you get the trap you saw up spending, you get less traffic or pretty much no traffic when it comes to paid net paid convert better but you gotta keep paying for it and I don't know of any other topics out there other than SEO that keeps producing constant quality traffic that drive conversions, and it has the highest Roi from anything else that I've ever passed it. I think some of the. Smartest entrepreneurs I know I speak for you to kneel. It's they understand not only just business, but they understand as he even if you get a cursory understanding of SEO, you have an unfair advantage I think they said Microsoft said as is GonNa. Be One of the top skills if not be top skills in demand in the next ten years or so search will always be there as long as people are looking for things search will be there S. You will always be there and so the other thing with Seo is think about it this way, there's an arbitrage opportunity with. So once you start to build up a good domain authority, you can use a draft you can use sem rush whatever uber suggests you. You have a certain score. Your site is seen as an authority and there's other sites out there were previously they might have been like might have just sold education products and now they've become. Affiliate blogs right and you start to rain for whatever in that Niche whatever you publish tends to rake, and so you have an opportunity to
GoFundMe for victim of Capitol Hill protest shooting in Seattle raises more than $100k
"A go fund me campaign for the man who was shot during a protest on Capitol Hill Sunday evening exceeded its fundraising goal according to black lives matter Seattle the fund has reached a hundred sixty six thousand dollars the money is for medical bills bills for for day day Neil Neil Gregory Gregory shot shot by by a a man man who who drove drove into into a a crowd crowd of of protesters protesters on on Sunday Sunday before before jumping jumping out out of of the the car car and and firing firing into into the the crowd crowd police police arrested arrested the the suspected suspected
Ohio Natives Who Went on to Make History - burst 2
"A a deal deal drafted drafted by by president. president. Thomas Thomas Jefferson Jefferson that that deal deal called called the the northwest. northwest. Ordinance Ordinance helped helped ensure ensure that that New New Territories Territories like like Ohio. Ohio. Set Set aside aside land land for for universities. universities. It's It's tempting tempting to to wonder wonder what what Jefferson Jefferson would would have have made made the the university's university's most most recent recent achievement achievement ranking ranking among among America's America's top top party party schools. schools. Well Well known known alumnus alumnus was was no no stranger stranger to to that that reputation reputation in in nineteen nineteen forty-three forty-three a a freshman freshman named named Paul. Paul. Newman Newman joined joined the the Phi Phi Kappa Kappa Tau Tau Fraternity. Fraternity. But But it it didn't didn't last last year year long. long. One One Ninety Ninety allegedly allegedly rolled rolled a a beer beer keg keg down down a a hill hill on on campus campus when when the the cake cake crashed crashed into into a a car car owned owned by by the the University University President President Newman Newman was was expelled expelled before before becoming becoming a a famous famous actor. actor. Paul Paul Newman Newman then then joined joined the the navy navy hoping hoping to to become become a a pilot pilot but but his his dream dream of of flight flight was was dashed dashed when when he he was was found found to to be be colorblind. colorblind. But But here here in in the the small small town town of of topic topic Annetta Annetta another another young young man man shared shared Newman's Newman's dream dream of of flight flight and and his his journey journey would would soon soon turn turn extraordinary extraordinary in in one one thousand thousand nine nine forty forty four four fourteen fourteen year year old old boy boy named named Neil Neil Armstrong Armstrong and and his his family family moved moved into into this this Corner Corner House House gazing gazing out out at at the the night night sky sky from from his his second second floor floor bedroom. bedroom. The The Armstrong Armstrong fell fell in in love love with with the the idea idea of of flight. flight. Got Got His His pilot's pilot's license license just just two two years years later later the the age age of of sixteen sixteen even even before before he he could. could. Dr Dr Armstrong Armstrong flew flew for for the the navy navy and and worked worked as as a a test test pilot pilot for for NASA NASA before before becoming becoming an an astronaut astronaut or or July July sixteenth sixteenth nineteen nineteen sixty sixty nine nine he he and and the the rest rest of of the the Apollo Apollo eleven eleven crew crew lifted lifted off off from from Cape Cape Canaveral. Canaveral. It It was was four four days days later later on on July July twentieth. twentieth. That That Armstrong Armstrong set set foot foot on on the the moon moon while while he he inspired inspired millions millions around around the the world. world. People People here here in. in. What What can can ETA ETA were were especially especially proud proud of of their their hometown. hometown. Hero Hero that that same same day. day. Ohio Ohio Governor Governor James James Rhodes Rhodes proposed proposed building building museum museum to to honor honor Armstrong Armstrong and and the the state's state's contribution contribution to to spaceflight spaceflight just just three three years years later. later. The The Armstrong Armstrong Air Air and and Space Space Museum Museum opened. opened. Its Its doors doors from from the the air. air. It It looks looks more more like like a a moon moon station station than than a a museum. museum. Inside Inside is is a a Gemini Gemini Capsule Capsule a a Moon Moon Rock Rock and and a a simulator simulator gives gives visitors visitors a a chance chance to to feel feel what what it's it's like like to to land land on on the the moon. moon.
The Murder of Buzz Clinton
"And carpenter was the achiever in her family. She got her law degree from a prestigious college at made plans for successful life but beth's little sister kim had a more difficult and far less charmed life was unemployed divorced and living as a single mob up by the time she reached her twentieth birthday after kim's divorce beth and kim's parents took over much of the character his trial rebecca so they had a lot of control over are there granddaughter's life until him met and fell in love with anson buzz closeted now buzz was an exotic dancer with a reputation as a real party guy he he moved from one job to another so needless to say the carpenter family did not approve of him beth carpenter us turn allen skills as an attorney journey to help her mother sue for custody of rebecca but buzz really shocked everyone when he acted as kim's attorney and one the custody case or rebecca rebecca would remain in the custody of kim although she was living in a converted tool shed with buzz. The matter of rebecca's custody became a really volatile issue. Oh tearing the carpenter family par then bus told his mother that he wanted to move came in rebecca away with him to arizona. He was found shot to death just just weeks later at first police believed that buzz had gotten himself killed in iraq dispute as the truth came to light however conspiracy to murder buzz clayton god led by beth. Ed carpenter was exposed so join us at the quieting today for ambushed the murder of bus clinton. This is a story of control paul hashing enrage which left a young father and husband dead and his family completely often greece who ran a dirt connecticut beer today this is when i don't think of the style before this is liberator double bock a double back beer brewed by thomas brewery and feel connecticut. These spears on the new not very alcoholic did not hop to the gills just pretty pleasant years sweet tasting. This is dark beer. Listen redness around the edges is a medium sized hand head leaves. A little bit of lace. Aroma is roasted mop. Some fruit and the taste is very nice coffee dark coffee espresso some chocolate and raisin. This is a pretty rich neil neil yeah but this is a very good beer relaxed and say sell it could be a meal in a pinch could yeah. You're not a fan of raisins in anything but i guess it's just a tactic touch. I'll give it a try. We're and i've heard a couple of physical bottles to their five hundred milliliter bottles those negative swing time to the auckland yet who also i got a few of those. We'll take him down to the end and share around all right. Let's open it up. Okay okay. Let's get to the quiet we are. She is two guys down here at the other end of the bar. Quiet draper's recall that exactly get an boisterous guns. You don't don so. Let's start with the story. Anson clinton third also not his buzz was born in nineteen sixty six his parents buck tuck in d. were young and been married for about a year and they lit with bucks paris and decided that her baby boy needed nickname like his father. You're his book was also an anson and that's a family name that had been passed down through generations so between the two of them they decided to call his son buzz which turned out to be a pretty apropos nicknamed flung conceit buzzed appear student pretty much from the start school at diagnosed with dyslexia. It isn't third grade got enrolled in a public school special education program to help with meeting at their little chance of him being a scholar the school. I think he had any desire to be a scholar. No i dropped out of high school the second half of the senior year you you get that far. Can't you finishing issue diploma. It's not what was going on later. He did eventually get his g._e._d. Now in-school glow he'd been very good wrestler. He's a small larry. Panicking so restless goody <unk> gymnastics as father was a high. I school wrestling coach and he encouraged us this future messenger. There isn't really in probably the best you can do is get a scholarship ship to a big wrestling school that like we said he wasn't a scholar wasn't interested in school right right so he's out of school for house d._j. Meagre random using that business name rent. The bus entertained yeah but when the d._j. Business didn't take off. He decided for a while to follow aw father's footsteps as a union ironworker he got work in different parts of connecticut and even iowa but when the steel industry came on in hard times plus was without drought it moved back home with his mom and dad did jobs he became quite the party guy got a reputation as someone like a to exaggerate. He began to drink and use drugs to excess. I nineteen ninety and his mom and dad knew it was a problem. He was spending a lot of time. In the local. Oh bars when he was in his early twenties. He moved out on his own a few times but he just returning to the family hall he was a good looking guy very small and compact but it kind of above jonas face so when he was offered a job as an exotic dancer has decided to give it a try he'd been working as a mechanic connect and a tow truck driver but the work wasn't steady. The dancing was just a few times a month at a local bar and no experience was necessary. Say didn't didn't have to be like a professional dancer news of a good vibe yeah he was in shape and he just had stripped out new g. straight in kind gyrate around in women would give dollar bills so it was pretty good money compared to what he was making it most of his other jobs in ninety two buzz had been dancing ladies eighties night on a semi regular basis and then one night can cartner came into the bar she was with a group of girlfriends and buzzsaw her and they made eye contact so when he was finished dancing the night he approached cam and started chatting with her. Him was pretty shy but she liked buzz right off. They were both twenty any six of the time. Him got married right out of high school. In that marriage had ended badly less was really sweet to her. He cock lament her and destroyed her like a princess princess. He was instantly really taken with her which surprised people because she wasn't like other girls that he dated as this good looking guy china dancer had plenty of opportunities to hook up with a lot of attractive women but kim seem special to him and kim in her two year old daughter rebecca. We're living with kim's peres since the richard carpenter had this time when she met buzz and so when she is growing up him doing fewer especial and some people would later compare her childhood to the fairytale cinderella her big sister beth was the daughter could do no wrong and kim seeing credit doing anything anything right kim's none. Cynthia was a college grant into father on and worked in his own landscaping business. This is after he spent twenty some years. The serbs now kim was boiling finicky neria p._k. You nancy inborn error of metabolism that results in decreased metabolism of the amino acid fennel -ality so it's untreated were inadequately treated can lead to intellectual disability seizures and other mental disorders. Now is a diet to prevent these problems so is a lesson in p._k. You okay so the era in this people are p._k. You lack an enzyme that converts fennel alan into tyrosine and because of this is as we said visitdell nepomuceno al anon which always issues basically you'd put the person on a low protein or low fennel allen in diet the should've okay right and that's been proven that the earlier you initiate the diet and better you here to the diet that the outcome is so used to dome and i'm not sure what stunned these days the the formula that was used because they couldn't use regular farmyard rescue was a diet on the law and fennel allen his canola very original name and what used to be the thought was that once the child's brain was mature. You didn't really need to hugh to the diet that much. That's wrong to be on a diet for life. Forever is what's going to happen off the diet this i._s. Damage so you'd know it rains mature that says i stood in a lose some parts sinai actively. Yes definitely let scary so you need to be on a diet particularly as you have p._k. You and you're pregnant. You're absolutely still be on a diet. Who's you can really cause problems. Shoes fetus well. Rebecca did have some issues so i don't know if that that was the problem or not if can wasn't sticking to the diet it could have been has dante rebecca some issues. You know she wouldn't pass p._k. You on tour because as a recessive trait so we know that rebecca would be a carrier she had to be she wasn't could be affected blessed to metabolic screening and even at the time rebecca was born the metabolic screening in connecticut and they live pick that up at birth reassuringly after his big thing. Is this what led the original metabolic swing was for p._k. You got your test and grew into that those details and now he added a bunch of different tasks onto that in ice out. He's still call the p._k. Your metabolic scream mr couple dozen disorders that can be tested for so what i'm saying is if kim was an honor p._k. You die. I issues pregnant her. That could cause a problem. Okay all right so kim did graduate from high school and then she waited tables at a local oh restaurant she ended up marrying a physically abusive alcoholic then she filed for divorce while he was in jail in august of nineteen ninety he can give birth to rebecca and afterwards she lived at home with her. Mom and her mom took a lot of the responsibility of taking care of the baby. Kim wasn't and always the most responsible parent but she did love her daughter and her mother became very attached to rebecca so in kim decided to move out. Cynthia had a really hard time signed with us. She actually wind cantu. Leave her daughter behind with her. Euros discussed for well yeah so kim's sister beth and carpenter was was really the families golden child in many ways to sit the dick. Van was just perfect. She was like a female opie from the andy griffith show with blue eyes pale white skin. She had this thick really gorgeous dark. Red colored hair really stands out by the time she reached high school. She made up her mind to go to med school so she knew she was exceptional and was doing well shoes. The firstborn as you said the golden child yeah there was just no chance even without disabilities that can can really live up to this. It would be a tough position to be in for anyone but kim was born three years after <hes> beth anne and she was kind of the happier more carefree sister but her parents really didn't expect much of her. She wasn't a student at the same level as fat but she did want to go to beauty school and become a hairstylist then fifteen when kim was a high school sophomore beth then left home for college. Bethune was enrolled at george washington university as about me major.
Man shoots self in groin in Walmart meat department
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