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Neil Diamond remakes Sweet Caroline for coronavirus pandemic: Finding new ways to be the church

The Daily Article

05:15 min | 1 year ago

Neil Diamond remakes Sweet Caroline for coronavirus pandemic: Finding new ways to be the church

"You're listening to a bonus episode of the daily. Article podcast presented by the Denison Forum. And featuring Dr Jim Denison I am Jim Denison Denison ministries and this is the daily Article Special Edition for March. Twenty Third Twenty Twenty. Neil diamond recorded sweet caroline in nineteen sixty nine. The song sold more than one million singles and has been digitally downloaded more than two million times. It was selected by the Library of Congress and twenty nineteenth for preservation in the national recording registry. However the song has never been as appropriate or encouraging as it is today. Diamond re recorded the song from his home and released it on twitter changing the lyrics to say hands washing hands reaching out. Don't touch me. I won't touch you another celebrity in the news as basketball superstar steph curry. Who's partnering with a Major Food Provider to distribute millions of meals in and around Oakland? What makes a partnership especially unique? Is that the company will employing idled basketball arena workers who need a paycheck as I've said often in recent weeks the corona virus pandemic as a crisis unprecedented in my lifetime. It therefore represents an unprecedented opportunity for God's people to advance his kingdom and our broken world. Let's consider some waste. Our secular culture is serving others. The Christians could adapt in these critical days. A poet in Italy published his cell phone number on social media with a notice that anyone could call who wanted to talk he said I'm available every morning from nine until noon. More than one hundred calls have come in from all over the country people in China Iran and around the world are finding very creative ways to stay connected through digital means priests in the Dallas Fort. Worth area for drive-thru confessions over the weekend as petitioner spoke with them from their cars while sitting under special tents at a safe distance. How many people could we serve if we made ourselves available to them through our phones email texts or social media a woman in Belgium with twenty percent lung capacity has started an at home army of people sewing masks for Healthcare Workers? Passenger Airlines are shifting idled planes into the freight business to generate revenue but also relieved growing shipping congestion. What can we do serve people? We couldn't serve before these daily Article Special Editions where started so we could speak specifically to the fears of our day with fear. Nodar similar assurance from God's word the fear I'd like us to address. Today is the fear of leaving our comfort zone of offending someone by sharing Biblical truth with them of embarrassing ourselves in the eyes of others. This is an understandable fear. Most of US face will make social risk. But it's a fear we must choose to reject for the sake of those who deeply need what we had been entrusted to share. What if you don't know what to say? She assured his followers in Luke twelve. Do not be anxious about how you should defend yourself. What you should say for the Holy Spirit will teach you in that. Very our what you should say. If you're available God will make you able. What if others reject share with them? Jesus told us in John. Fifteen if the world hates you know that it has hated me before it hated you. It's not about us. The more people reject or ignore God's word the more they need God's Word if God uses us in this crisis to lead people to himself they will be forever grateful. And so we'll we a very dear friend sent a note to Asarco class over the weekend in which he writes. Opportunity a word the keeps returning to the forefront of my mind as if God gently whispers look past the fear and open your eyes to my work for. I am moving. Could it be that? This pandemic is our opportunity to be light in the darkness or a neighbor to the neighbor. Lewis by friend then asks who is your neighbor. To whom CAN WE BE NEIGHBORS TODAY? Do you know someone in need of the Samaritans. Help is an elderly neighbor in need of groceries. Could you call her facetime a family member and senior living? Who can have no visitors? Do you know a young mom struggling with isolation in school closure or who needs to be at work but cannot because her daycare is not available or because for employer center home. My friend adds that he began each morning at work by sending. Assam to all this employees. He's also leading them to select the Social Service Ministry. They can support together. He closes his letter with these words. This Day as you leave your home whether in person or through social media ask God to present opportunities to be light and to be a neighbor in the history of these last two thousand years. Christians are well documented to serve and to sacrifice. Will we join them? Thank you for listening to this. Bonus episode of the daily Article podcast presented by the Denison Forum to join US and building a movement of culture. Changing Christians subscribe to the daily Article Email newsletter at the daily Article Dot Com.

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Postgame Show: Phone Tag

The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

19:44 min | 6 months ago

Postgame Show: Phone Tag

"So, did you call back renteria? What's what's going on I? Did it's a missed call miscall situation phone tag I don't know how good he is a text because he's not an analytics guy. So I'm actually texting him and it feels like texting my parents where my dad doesn't text me back because I don't think he knows how to do it right or perhaps there's other reasons there that you're not aware of I mean yes but he did call me back but he did call me back I've gotTa Miss Paul it could be a butt dial I suppose. But Billy. What level what level of excitement do you have as we approach getting Rick Renteria on the air? You guys don't believe we'll be able to badger this very nice man into saying bad newsworthy things about the white sox you. Why do you WanNa Badger a nice man though for the news item to get get the item of renter. Rio. Rips White. SOx. I mean you can't criticize him. If he does billy the guy got to the playoffs and then got fired I mean he has every right to criticize the white sox. What's the scale in terms of excitement? You ask how excited I am? What is the scale that I'm working on here wanted to? Well, what is your skill is ten is ten mass singer like what is your scale of excitement is should we get him? This point I feel like if we get him, it can only not live up to the hype that's for sure but he's going to be very boring and cliche. That's the thing we'd have to do the show around. Isn't that what we're looking forward to? Honestly I thought that's wrong. Same page. Tara. Okay. So let's work this out because over the course of this week, we're going to set up the joke and here's Here's the big. Area, exclusive inner also has to deal with there is a major guest situation Bruin now to our show four guest he's right. It's. Impractical you you you can't pull this off I mean Jericho keeps winning. We have our scheduled appearance. Jericho keeps winning. He was one in four last week but tower was so shitting. So. He. A winning week right I mean. So that to his face tomorrow when his. Let's say to his face. Teddy Atlas washed the. Call in inexplicable. Is fighting a big fight and he's GonNa. He has a camera setup we're going to look we could have the possibility of Rick Renteria Teddy Atlas. Together We've got danger with Teddy Atlas. He's a bit of a Gamer or him on camera to just opening up a whole new. Why are we doing Liz? Teddy Atlas. But we haven't talked him in a while catching up with ten K.. But this is the thing about you billy you like when this show derails goes into the gutter, it's one of the great sources billy. L. E.. V. Mean. Exactly it. Makes me work so hard and you know this. Planting sabotaging. was on Christmas shadow boxing belly is right here Dan. You just lob it to teddy at Teddy will take it away for an entire segment. Very few guests in the history of radio could do a Teddy Atlas Dot Eleusis. Ansett and eleven minutes is trying to be an anarchist here with now his guests booking like what Billy Ellie What some might have said about Carlton and how did that work out? Good actually see I'm I think Carl's going to call tomorrow, and if you tell me, I can't talk to Carlton Again, because you force fed me one of these Teddy Atlas interviews, I'll kill myself. Carlton's going to be in the range of Jericho or Kirk. Chin. I think how can we do that in two hours? It's too much. You can't. Billy the resort to sabotaging the show through guests bookings. Karl Marx Billy hold on a second explain this to me because I'd like to understand this. I. Really would like to understand happened during the show today that would have been uproariously funny to billy and Guillermo. Mafia but was a joke only for billy and gear Mafia. So this is what happens on the show and I didn't let the joke sit because I was simply annoyed that billy was making a joke only for the television audience and not for our radio audience that isn't consuming the show visually. So He makes a joke that has him pantomime ing freezing in the zoom. And it's a good joe is a good one. Chose an audio pay off. It's an audio froze to Dan. Amid Word Yeah it's a joke that I got it pilly. Chris gets it. I got. Doing as well. Didn't help me do you know my radio show? Guys, Rosena Gamble. Is I can't. Thank you. And your dog Barking Bag Gamma Blinker But Clare's appearance on the show today Hammering Clare we barely open roy microphone and Roy Bro. You're grinder through that I salute you for just bulldozing Princess Clare especially with the team. Oh. Perez setup. I was completely distracted because her like I was Yam and trying to get to my point, and then I forget what I was saying, and I had to get back to where. The good show it wasn't good show today. Chris. How did you feel about the? This is what I miss about doing the show in the studio. I was reminded of that today in a way that was pretty cool because I don't know. How many of you guys now have felt this way we have, but the show is a different version. This way I'm thrilled thrilled that we've gotten this close to being our show because the pandemic was really hard on us and it didn't have anything to do with sports. It's figuring out how these things bounce off each other so that we can entertain you and I missed so much because I'm typing stuff to Chris during the chat, the chiming in of two thousand and five baseball players is something we would have done for two segments are a whole show. And we couldn't do it because we can't get our timing down this way because I'm an old man and I'm slowing down and it's hard to writing the chat what I need from. Chris. It's much easier to just look at him and know that he's he understands it's that unspoken language have Chris knows. Oh wait. This is the joke going to. Ride this I'm going to get the whole two thousand and five roster of the White Sox and I'm GonNa do this for three segments but we can't do it this way because we've had the chemistry of the studio taken away from we have gotten pretty close as you pointed out, we have gotten pretty close. I, disagree not where we want I disagree. Ribeiro is a really good team mate in that spot to who'd you say that he just gave you a courtesy laugh therefore oh Perez the first one he was like what the yet that's what I love about it see that's what I love Chris about what happened there. The first one was a joke just for the audience right under Caulton knows you threw a fastball by he's ultracompetitive Coltrane he wants a crush everybody sounded confused by it too. Well, of course, he was confused by because what? You said Carl Everett out of nowhere. Voice, that hadn't been introduced. Hadn't been introduced. Carl Everett and we were going to let the joke soared through the sky but. He. Ruined it by saying what happened by reacting to it and all you gave us the prizes when team Oh Perez next reference though Chris There's so many names on that two, thousand five and I think we went through. Burn through a tie at Etowah Gucci. Didn't that anyone mentioned Robin Vittore? Different time that's a different time. I. Is again was the manager of that team. Yeah. No Ventura was I think Ventura was retired by. Eras yes. Yeah. Bad Conoco. Increase. And who's shortstops glowed was a good one as a pinch hitter they had jewelry. Gucci. That's quite ready. Garcia era Aaron ruined. I could have said it was the center fielder Rohan was the right field or who was the center fielder for that growing played centerfield pathetic played left field and who played right Germain died on. Was the deitch would have the the ball icon next to him in MVP baseball that means had shoot what a team. Frank was on frank curb. On T.. Zing. Pre these names and nicknames. Pete. Hustle. Keep doing that the rest of the segment you WanNa do it wizard you just WanNa start writing those down We could do that pitching staff wasn't as good as I remember the hold on a second. Was it early? Garland Freddy Garcia. Do Cash. And del Duca was there. An contrary I'll do gay Hernandez you. Did they become teammates with the white sox because? There were teammates Yankees hold on a second billy because you were telling the story of. and. I wanted to I wanted to actually follow this path with you because something I've gotten away from is writing about the Cuban athletes and their stories and how they came to this country and. His was heartbreaking because he had I think father died while he was here in the pinstripes through God's and he had like a funeral by phone for his father as the Yankee pitcher he wasn't successful with the Yankees in any meaningful way was supposed to be because he's big due to throws one hundred miles an hour and he was so. Heartbroken by not being New York living the dream, the pinch drives but his family, his father just died and he couldn't get back and the story of him and L. Duquet was a hugely emotional and human one. But Billy said the other day and this is the first story of this kind that I ever wrote that a neighborhood star of his was. Rene a Roach and I remember going to a grocery store with Rene Roach. The first of the Cuban defectors I was following him around the minor leagues like as he was striking out per gibson and telling like this wonderfully American Cuban story and this month you're going to see on HBO Billy Corbin is doing a film that we're GONNA. Help, him? Promote. Here about just how crazy Miami Cubans are and how Miami Cubans can swing this election how Miami Cubans help steal the twenty twenty I'm sorry the twenty, the two, thousand election it's going to be on HBO and it's a great documentary. I've seen it and you guys are GonNa love it because it's kind of cocaine cowboys with politics with like. Telling you what's happening in America right now could have been foretold coming through our gutter in the year two thousand but a great show I watch it a lot. But Rene, Roach, as my favorite part of the show today really was that you're walking that line I'm calling the president, a Liar Mike You Walking. I was. Walking. Walking. Why was walking the other line right across the street. All right. Let me explain to the audience and whispered secret here and billy. We will get you in a second because I want get to this Renee Roca. Story. But even must my cousin's neighbor I don't have much more but that's all you've got. You weren't starstruck by I. saw them getting the mail one time and he wanted the grass in the front yard, a couple of times but honestly were. wrote like WHO's that? He's a baseball player for the cardinals. I'm like, okay, and then I looked it up I'm like, Hey, I can see Rene Roach across the street I talked I went to a grocery store with him. Stu Gods and the differences between Cuban Miami are such that his knees gave okay upon walking into the grocery store because as a person from Cuba, he could not believe the excess in our grocery stores like to see rows upon rows of food that can be had purchased through capitalism or But that could be had as gave because of how much American excess there are. So many Cubans come to the United States to be near Disneyworld in the land of access because. That's what we are in America we are consumers and so rene roaches standing in the aisle and he picks up a can. and. He shows it to me just sort of says I would I would buy this for my family. and. It was a can of dog food. He saw smiling child on the an dog and it was a can of dog food that he would have purchased for his family upon getting here because he he hadn't been here very long and it's and he looks at me it's like. You guys have food for your dogs. Like you guys, you guys can do that, and then Lebron Hernandez comes over here and you know he's stealing detergent while deciding to come over here like these are these are unbelievable stories but I don't remember control us and Duke playing together. They differ that White Sox team. That's that's interesting because that's stuff that we take for granted. Just to hear you explain you know how someone coming from Cuba would see our grocery stores what I'm saying when we get into those weird like I don't even know Moskva Vidal like this is such a a weird tension in Miami and I, don't know billy how you feel about this. I haven't actually talked to Mike about. How he feels about it but how insane Miami is right now and We talked tomato on South Beach sessions his politics are just you know some of the stuff is just old school handed down from your Cuban. Parents who were communists the no like where there's propaganda and lies in government and fear that America is that freedom is going to be taken away from them. I don't know what you guys make specific. Dan It's on NFL news reading news sound. It has nothing to do with tyrannical governments and one standing in society. Totally unrelated to that Daryl Morey has stepped down. Wow. Yeah. That's big news. What's it mean? I think you have a great show I watch it a lot. You guys don't think Carl's GonNa call us back tomorrow. Chance Steve Garvey better. What's the bad hit that the tone of his voice changed when I said, Hey, serious about that Mike. How often have you seen that? Because in taping some of the zoom stuff I've seen some celebrity people be mean to you because they don't WanNa talk to you because you're not a celebrity about Freddie Gibbs. Is that the only time that I? mean she's got. Wasn't the BG's Guy Know. Mike what's happening What is happening with your chase down? You're trying to get us a giant musical guest. I am we are people billy. Alison we're trying this is news to might now this news and Mike because I thought I overheard you guys talking during a break. Did I miss something billy that we are close to me to who is this? No aren't we close to getting Neil Diamond Oh that. What did you cows talking about? I knew what you were talking about it just don't know how close we are made any sort of effort. So the the the conversation, this is the groundwork for getting neil diamond on the show I have it on good authority that the segment we did yesterday on. Neil. Diamond has found its way to neil diamond big. Yeah. Yeah. So I know someone within the Neil Diamond Camp and I'm super excited that Neil diamond knows that the show is fans. And I'm hoping something can come from that. Now this is improper I would wouldn't dare ask Neil diamond shares time I almost wanted to volunteer it. I respect them in far too much to put him around this person who makes it awkward and says, Hey, we'll talk to you tomorrow not doing that to Neil Diamond I? Agree with why don't we handle it me you I am also not Lali where is this? What do you mean I love? You Know How much I love you? Get them on the big Sioux we or something like that. Keep Dan away from. All right. So I followed up seeing how it goes but keep in mind neil diamond he had to retire because he's dealing with a medical condition was he has Parkinson's and He's living a very private life although at the start of the pandemic believe you re released a video of him singing sweet caroline and that's the only public appearance such. That it was because he filmed it on on a cell phone and you put it out there of Neil diamond since he announced that he was going to stop touring because it was like a light switch went off all of a sudden neil diamond. One of the great American singer Songwriters and performers out there says I can't showman anymore totally shuts it down. I know this is probably GonNa Anger. You guys as huge Neil, diamond fans. But when I hear the name Neil Diamond, the first thing I think of is saving Silverman the movie. It's like for many people our age and truth be told I discovered Neil diamond through saving Silverman I always learn Neil diamond was, but actually discovered liking his music by how much those characters like them and saving. Silverman over such a good movie it's a it's a fantastic movie and it's If you hold them together, it's one NACHO. Silverman wasn't. Really. Steve Zahn Jack Black Jason Pigs of Pete Basically, the whole film is on and Jack Black try to save their friend Jason Biggs from WHO whose name is Silverman they're trying to save them from a toxic relationship, their friends because of their bond. Of Love and adoration for Neil Diamond and one point neil diamond gets kidnapped. Neil diamond is in the movie. It's all about Neil diamond. Good. We've we found the movie that Roy has has no clue about I know it's crazy I. Give you the endorsement to this movie is funny. Please watch saving Silverman. It's a really good. I'm not sure if it holds up with twenty twenty Steph. I'm curious to see that because every time I'm like man I wanNA. Watch the mask I'm like I can't I love this movie as my Gosh I watched Greece I'm like, I, love this movie is it kid `whoosh so saving Silverman finds because American Pie certainly you watch that back whoosh. You have a great show I watch a lot. Announce his candidacy on our show. But you press them Yeah. You press them on it. I ask you were trying to create jobs to guts did yes or Apologizing, I get mad at me. Watch it back. It could have been interpreted by people as we were pushing him towards just because he said stuff like I think you have a great show. I. Watch it a lot. I gotta out of your guess okay, Goodbye. They. We get observations gotTa Go Yeah Stupidity. Yes. Yes. You want to promote it. Thanks for the plug. Can Be found on tar and friends the network. If you subscribe to that, you automatically subscribe to sue or if you don't want to cut her on your phone, you can search out duty on its own the name sue subscribe to that Pete Mikey's out he's getting a oral surgery So mikey G Michael Seniors filling in for Oh that's an upgrade. Don't tell you see that.

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#1005 Kentucky Woman

The Adam and Dr. Drew Show

00:00 sec | 2 years ago

#1005 Kentucky Woman

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I whether that's storm, and then it drink your, carrot juice. As is your custom little head cold. Now. Ever since Vinny has ruined all juices for me. I literally now I will say this when thank gosh. Sponsors. Put your box com. Promo code ADS. Tommy, John dot com slash ADS and truecar as well dot com. I will say this about me, I'm more than happy to break the rules with Vinnie and have some pasta. Sure and come football Sunday hoist a couple of beers. And all the stuff he tells you not to do. But. Things like, orange, juice and cranberry juice, and that kind of stuff. I don't love it enough to suck it up. And so nothing it's not sugar. It's just it's just pure sugar than people. Think is good for them. These beer is an experience in the craft had experiences a diversity of taste get a little buzz has some going on. And I enjoy especially the high end stuff, but the notion of just have some Tropicana, orange juice boss to me. I've f- lot start you this week. Good spread it out the whole week long because I got bunched up about you. But you've just triggered one of my topics, which is I've been very diligent Vinnie. What would you call it disciple vote Attivo tape, less months or so so much so that I'm like a little bit crazed with it? And I will rarely drink wine anymore because of the grape juice sugar in that. So I drink scotch, and I don't I can't really tolerate much of that. So you know, three drinks week maximum. But as I was leaving one day there were three dollars scotch out there. These your instinct balls was Christmas time when Haywood these these were the taken and you went yeah. Take take one. Now, just arbitrarily grab one area a bottle of scotch. And then you said very Christmas. Well, that was probably my mistake. So so took a bottle. My Scott took a ball your scotch and turn out to been incredible skies. This superfine experience not wasn't scotch was whiskey unusual, whiskey rare. But blonde somebody else. Well, it was a gift to me. I know. And so so here's the deal. So we gotta hash this out because I really wanted to get it. Right. And we're going to do this whatever whatever we decide today is what we're going to do. Okay. Okay. Just seem like some we should discuss. Okay. It was a Christmas gift. It was Christmas to you to me that then got re gifted to me. Well, that's a slight over simplification because three gifting it's put into a bag and Bogue it's on and bring it to your house. Never never in our lifetime though to place it on your hearth. Yeah. This was you were walking out and you were in whiskey mode. Yeah. Wine mode, and I was learning. Interesting hard to tell the difference between the two hundred dollar bottle stuff. We're all fine. It turns out they were all kind of find stuff hot. Well, either way you picked up said can I have a bottle, and I said. Yes. And I just grabbed a crab this. I just thought it was some old Kentucky, whatever. Yeah. It was seventeen dollars. It'd be two hundred two hundred us, right? So now, the the dispute is two hundred notice what we're trying to figure out two hundred cash or do you just by the by? And do we enjoy together sometime or do we or do I buy, and I give for Christmas ex you worked out of or do I give it back to to your original gift giver, you come to my home with two bottles of two hundred scotch and then we enjoyed together each without. So then I've found out it was two hundred which was shocked found out. It was from. I think kit at podcast one who I like. And then I felt bad because guy bought me nice scotch, which you re gifted to me. I I don't know. Can you guys tell me regifter where the other person picks the gift up and hold? Is it up? Can I have your word careful? I don't know if that's a technical Regan. When I say. Okay. When when when I pick it up and the response is merry Christmas. Well, the there was not Stu can I have this American Ri gifting is when you take a gift that you were giving and repurpose it as gift and handed to some. So let me ask this where did the other two balls end up in my gullet come on? Now. I don't know. That's a question for for Mets. They were all three going. I I may have taken them home. I may have not taken them home that company them and walked off with them to. It's a possibility. Right. Most likely would have put him into like a box that went into the trunk of your car before a lot of the whole thing of things and things get spread out. I'm moving are in the midst of moving as well. So I will say this whatever we need. Like, a judge. I will say you're going to be the judge. I guess I I would like to try said scotch. It was a nice bottle brought bought by kit who I am a fan of and I and I feel bad that I confiscated his respectful block. Yeah. I would say. If you went in one hundred fifty and I won in fifty on replacement bottle, Scott it'd be fair to kit. Okay. It'd be fair to me and fair to me and fair to the universe. Okay. Is it is done. That's you want to try to get on the phone and he can make. A fine. But you gotta figure out the ball. I know I know exactly what it was. Because I was investigating like what is I got her eighty proof or something as a Jesus what is this stuff? You wonder what it is? Yeah. Kentucky. I'll look it up. Old Kentucky L or something. And there's not a lot in the bottle, which is when I saw the price like, whoa. So the B side on Neil diamond hair, forty five by the Kentucky. Oh, nine ninety there. It is low that up. One nine nine hundred ninety said it was two hundred well to nine. Two hundred eight eleven. Look at. All right. Let's ask the old guys the young guys get my Neil diamond joke. I did not do what he generally when he goes to Neil diamond you go in there. True. Get my Neil Diamond's dry, very mainstream. I wasn't actually listening. So it's hard for me. I so only only the guy made the joke. The joke out of the four people that understand theoretical drive behind the joke. But I don't get this Pacific song reference that you're make is not the custom Neil diamond had hit covered by black. No covered by deep purple called Kentucky woman. Oh, yeah. See that's how jerus- comedy. I didn't know. Do I know the from the purple? I don't know it from Neil diamond to Neil Diamond's. Didn't know that are at least he sung it. I who sung it. I think he wrote it. But he probably wrote it and sung at first and the fair he like like everything while you're looking at up when we talked about butcher box. Yeah. Hundred percent grasp it and finish be free range Ganic chicken heritage read pork directly to during a monthly basis. It's it's when you get put your box. It's exciting. The box arrived say you get excited. 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I'd originally written and performed by Neil diamond, nineteen sixty seven is Gary rope, better known for the deep purple cover and sixty. Thank you for that. I don't know. I don't know better know, my you. But the Neil diamond song was out there. And it was a hit. I don't know where what it did on the chart, but we hear taste of one versus the other. It's a pretty bizarre song for deep purple who's very good in very hard rock band back in the day to cover to kind of bizarre kind of kind of angle. That a lot of range too. Because they be purple that Kentucky woman and my woman from Tokyo, they did all the way from Tokyo to Kentucky. That's other showed their rain. They showed their range guys could rambled sorry highway star. That's when their rambling. It's right. We go in and we'll go in chronological order Neil diamond. Gun. Knows. He'll your Wednesday. Empower. All right, guys. Well, here's the deal with me. And they'll diamond I as you've always pointed out, you would say you've heard that song. Right. You tell me that if I said I hadn't and I would agree with you the problem with Neil diamond to me all songs sound kind of the same. Yeah. And so I don't know. I really don't know one from the other if I if I zeroed in go. Yeah. The chorus. Yeah. Yeah. He's kind of the white Chuck Berry because every Chuck Berry's. I. And you're like what's school one or going along mcadoo lack or is this after the school one or mabley like, they're all? Chip Barry way too much credit for guys every one of us like. And also don't get me starting the me too movement as as pertains check berry. Oh, yeah. Speaking of movement. He really is. The tip is in the metoo movement mood into movement production or movement, the livery him sad. I think he likes to watch the delivery near. He was nearby. He said. Hammas? Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Anyway, he'll be missed. He will be sorry. Now have the deep purple version. Sorry. I love the purple. I would still be listening to them and had not spent all those years of turnip stations. You don't. I mean, I swear to God. I would be listening to deep purple. Yeah. Would head been exposed everything else. G purple y'all. You can stop it. Deep purple has. In my opinion, the best rock and roll drummer in rock and roll. I think in pace is name and his their songs are seven minutes long. And they're just clinics on rock and drumming and first things first they all come from a place where they can all play their instrument like that's number one. This is my beef with half the rap and the beastie boys and all this kinda shit. Our God knows DJ Cal all these fucking Astles point at the ceiling yokum on y'all get up that like play how about you play fucking instrument y'all Jesus Christ. These fucking guys could play there. There was a whole breed of guys like English guys were classically trained and just gimme a little burn burn. It's unknown. I mean, it's not unknown. If you hear me, but everyone's always like, oh, they stairway to have. Or whatever or helter skelter with a burn the greatest rock and roll song ever ever laid down the greatest rock-n-roll song ever. And it's got the greatest drumming. It's got the greatest drumming in any rock and roll song ever. And it's deep goddamn purple. The drumming in the song. You gotta listen to how fast this guys. The first drum part. Listen to this guy. Trump. That does the your teenage John stuffing. Does listen to this crank it up? All right. You can bring it down out this when I hear like oh fucking Dr feelgood or poison are like fuck that shit. What are we listening shit rock for? You're listening to real rock real rock by guys could fucking play. Not like weird attitude rock, not God of this fucking stupid hair bands. And. It's fucking joke. What is our that many dumb people? When people like I like poison you do why the fucking music sucks. We like humans like familiarity more than quality. Oh, yes, we do. Yeah. No. We are exactly many of you. Humans have the exact same relationship with music that my dog has with food just it fucking looks forward to its Kibble every single night. And it like we knows what we've heard same thing with food too. And we will we'll each shit sometimes repeatedly because it was something we we were care whatever's familiar. Do you like highway star fucking love highway star crate nother great drumming song. They're just had impatience crate, Craig drummer. Just that song. Just just it's it it literally drives and I love it. And then it gets me angry all this other fucking shitty rock band. So I had to listen. Rock and roll. Listen the way this song Kim's, tell me this dissension. Fucking shitty. Hair bands out rock fucking with your beastie, boys. Fuck you, and let me tell you something guess you'd be doing this. If they could peace people because everyone wants to do this. Everyone wants to do what they can't. So they become the beastie boys the become DJ pallet. Turn it up. Can't do this because they're not good in because you got a fucking practice. The fucking piece boys wish they could fuck and do this. But they care hand. So they make their own music. And it's sucks. What stupid people love it? So they get millions of dollars. But if you fucking woke them up in the middle of the night and go do you wish you could do the fuck Cam? Do I gotta suck off to do this. But the Cayenne. Chris you got to be good. Turn it up. You have to play an instrument to master. After fucking spend your tire playing drums set learning. Oregon. Oh, here's some around end. This is good. DJ pallet wishes. He could do this. He did he wishes to do this. This is Oregon Oregon. This all which. The kid. Oh, you gotta be able to play your instrument to new this people is sorry. All right. Khania you could sample this. You can't fuck into it. You can sample it. You can't do it. I feel so much better about myself. No one will ever fucking. There's two things don't ever talk me out of the never talk me out of modern artists. Fucking sock. Just draw huge orbs if they could do with the Dutch masters could do they would fucking do it. And there's no one who can talk me out of the beastie boys if they could fucking rock like this. They would just do it. But they can't. I feel so much better because I was feeling guilty that I still harbour a place for these bands in my heart because I grew up with this stuff. We're not gonna have any more that because comes we have a bunch of fucking pose feel guilty. All your now. These guys are classically trained it can play their instruments. And that's why we're never going to have this anymore because we have rap noun. You don't have listen. There's nothing practicing musical instrument is like homework. It's fucking sucks. Musician man, I saw like shit home the music teachers coming out, and I have to sit at the cantata hours a day. Why would you wanna do that be J cale point at the fucking ceiling and get millions of dollars? That's what it is. There's look. It is just I don't play an instrument either. I can't I'm too lazy? I don't I don't have the discipline. I don't have the self control. I can't do it. But I didn't I didn't invent my own annoying Jonah of music that sidestepped learning how to fuck and do stuff fucking sat around and I'll be a fan. Fucking guys rock, and then you get into the hair stuff, and it's a home. I don't know. I don't know. What was the poison one? That always tries me nuts. Anything that the every rose has worn do Dr feelgood and all this fucking. Just for dummies asses. It's it's it has to be for dumb people because they have this, and they don't access this. They listen to that shit. Okay. Tell you about truecar. Sixty seconds. 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I get that fucking here. Another soft cell song are another one of those. You know, what's his fucking dick with Qatar girls? Lots of all. With frigging also hold on maybe he on. But maybe you're missing. Let's let's protest from a different perspective. Here's what I do know. It's a part of people's childhood. I know it's a part of town. I got a million arguments with Lynette about and I screw her up every time when I say, this you love the BC, boys. Yes. How come you never listened to the beastie boys? Yeah. Which means you love them when you're seventeen you don't like them now because you don't list would live. I listen to John Hiatt. I would argue that that that pertains even to other memories and time pertains ever or the background music of your life at the time. And you remember some joyous times? And that music to get that get that. But it's sort of. It's like other yummy things. You know what? I mean. It's okay to have some yummy stuff in your life. The problem is I think would upsets us when people elevate yummy. And only consume yummy. Right. Well, I don't like I don't like that. My kids. No, don't you want me baby by soft cell. I I, you know, I I mean in a way I wish they'd never knew about the whole cost. But this is worse because the whole cookouts a teachable moment this yet. But this is pure shit is I think it sound like Glenn Miller to them. Oh, no. I rocked out with my son. He's smart, and he gets it. And it doesn't sound like shit. Now. My daughter's a little more into the the Cardi B and all that kind of. Do you say do I like the novelty of it the music of right? That's different. It's it's putting into different car to what he likes about Cardi B. I think you might that. She has she did a great video where she's complaining about the tax rate. Oh my gosh. So good. It's very good. You'd agree with her. Oh, I like that. If she signed onto her that point, right? You don't find any albums? No, okay. No. I'm not saying I'm not saying they're bad individuals. Yeah. Right. Right. Okay. All right. I'm glad she's in the world's that way. I mean, it's nice compliment cheese. I don't your birth. I think she adds something to the culture Dr. Okay. That you're born Cardi B. Big thumbs up. All right. What do you got over there? Drew? I got so much stuff. Set you off. Well, we got nothing. You just brought up bourbon. And I got lots of stuff, but let me let me just continue on the music front tomorrow brings up but stern show. But, but I, but I heard something recently that I thought you are interested in the interviewed Mark Ronson, the producer. Very interesting. I mean guy guy, essentially, invented like, the I don't want to go to rehab that Amy wine house. She was telling him a story. I was on a bad time. Parents maybe we have. No, no, no. He goes say that again, I thought that was so genius at. Here's a rhythm in something. She's just talking about. She goes back writes the music, she writes it as a blues song real slow. He goes, why don't we pick it up and give it this beat, you know, and to me that was just fascinated. Here's process. I've thought of you thought of you. And even though, you know. Yeah. I've never really liked that song. I will tell you. I have the same thing with kind of that song a little bit. Like that song. I have a little bit with Bruno Mars. He wrote that one too. He wrote town funk you up or something song sucks. It's totally derivative. It's like he took fucking three smoking Robinson, some tears clan. Mickey's monkey and going to go go fuck and put them together. That's that's that's late now venture. What about fucking highway star burn sounded like they just ripped off that band, and that band music, my son, actually emphasizes to me said all music is riveted. Well, say there every joke is everything is all art is derivative because people come before you the head of the same thought, you know, I I talking to young guy, Peter and still. Still a philosophy major. And you know, you think about all those guys and talk about the philosopher's guys are thousands of years old stuff. And he says it's basically same thing as it is. Now, I think people think same brain same thing they bring up the same. Same same stuff the same fucking shit ever style or having the same thoughts so pretty much. Yeah. So that's that's fine. But look I get that. It's all derivative, but. Highway star does not sound nearly is derivative as uptown funk. Sounds that just sounds like four that sounds a shitty song. It's a shit song. Brian likes that say, no, it's bad. It's bad. It's a it's a bad song. It's all energy. It's all whatever. It's not a good song. Tears of a clown is a good arm. Be song. The most. Yeah, there's so many Rb songs that are great to be fair and novel and the rehab song, which I don't know. Well, it's just again, just three. Pretty driven. Shitty. Eighty. Eddie Murphy song from the eighties. This. Prints and do that. Michelle. Them. Good. Never gets to it too. Got a kiss. So pretty. Favorite? Jonah? Do here's arm wire? This Sean never kicks in. Offensive. Right. And this is just never fucking coal gang song made. Right. But I think it's. But I think it's getting. I don't know. But what if he looked like lieu Pearlman would we know what the song the guy looks good? So I should listen to the music. Like Marge Simpson. All right. Let me find Eddie. Here. It is goes. All right. Let's hear it. Sorry, pronoun, Eddie Murphy made a song. In the nineteen eighty six. No, boogie nobody. But does Ness man, we're talking about people ninety day. Two. Has open. Put up. I don't I don't. I don't. The production value is in good as Burnham hawks. But I don't let them it's dramatically different. I wouldn't have one. I would prefer over the other to apologize right here. If you look it says release ninety six upon your skepticism I found another site that eighty two. Wow. I'm always, right. Yes. You are always kept looking I should do stand special cult smarter than the internet. Tommy, John, everybody, speaking your. But let's protected Tommy John man, no surprises this year. You don't want any that supermarket roses or chocolate. Now, they've been redefining comfort for men and women Luxuria soft feather light moisture wyking underwear that moves with you know, pinching no bunching. No writing up still looking for Valentine's gift. Let's get going with Tommy John's I'll back by the best pair you'll ever wear or it's free guarantee. I'm wearing mine right now. The stuff is the best bass the put on your butt. And if you're fan, you can tag me on social tell me a good story of why you love Tommy, John. 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Pop-Up Podcast in Calabasas - Being Present in Nature

Maureen From Quarantine

05:15 min | 3 months ago

Pop-Up Podcast in Calabasas - Being Present in Nature

"This is maury from quarantined. And i'm doing my podcast here and calabasses. Interestingly enough came out of a meditation and and was guided. Here to calabasas as i arrived. Of course i saw the is the logo and the last few days. I've been talking about the seco and i even sent out the other day. some information and invited all to view jonathan livingston. Seagull and the seagull was hanging out with me. The other day by the ocean and so The jonathan livingston seagull. They have the song by neil diamond which is beautiful as well as the book in the movie. And here i show up in calabasas and the logo is a sequel. So here we are. And i invite shoot to remember einstein's words that As we look deeper into nature we can indeed understand things much better now and it's good to keep it simple and just contemplate nature and to again go away from to let go not to negate what's going on in the world but to get out of our heads and the chaos and to Again re than beautiful energy right here and right now and to let it all go embrace nature and i send that out to your now. I thought this Very very short little poem kind of cool for quarantine and for those again who are hurting and perhaps feeling isolated on suffering from Maybe some anxiety or depression. Or i know again So much pain going on in the world so as part of the solution we go to the arts and the creativity and there's a poem called wild geese by mary. Oliver and excerpt is whoever you are no matter how lonely the world offers itself to your imagination calls to you like the wild geese harsh and exciting over and over announcing your place in the family of things so remember It is a we thing and if you're feeling alone and lonely isolated remember. You're not alone. We're in this together. And i'm sending out the great macho across the board here in quarantine and all ways bringing forth the beautiful cheesy the beautiful energy so and again. I'm keeping this very very simple as it's all about Being present and just one moment at a time one breath time and let's take one deep breath filled with gratitude has that just incorporate the gratitude with every step and even if your indoors wherever you are whatever's going on deep breath of gratitude and we'll keep it that simple And go to the place of good energy loving in the world. Breathe it in and let go of anything that's Not in your beautiful energy field that you don't want their and Again if you can't do the grounding maybe find a cool line from a poem or something there's some great put some cool stories and short stories on nature out there on my blog as well and so i invite you to partake in nature and so i thank you for listening. This is maureen from quarantine. Podcast the pop podcast from calabasas. Where the local i'm looking. I'm going to take a picture of that. In fact the the logo be siegel here that wild park. And here's to shine in the light.

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The Butler Did It (Airdate 3.24.2020)

Bob and Sheri

1:31:01 hr | 1 year ago

The Butler Did It (Airdate 3.24.2020)

"Hello it's the Bob and Jerry show broadcasting from four remote bunker locations. Here's Bob and Sheri. I'm so excited. Hey everybody welcome to quarantine day to from our separate locations Bob. I'm so excited because I e mail you a link with easy instant pot recipes. You got that instant pot recipes. Yeah I haven't actually taken out of the box yet. You know but it's right by the front door APPS I mean you. Can't you know you're not going to run the first time you try? I M- you take it out of the box and plug it in yet. Remember what I was first learning computer skills. It was the same thing I remember the first computer skill that Bob learned a little bookmark which is his new nickname. The first Mark Davis practice turning it on. Yeah and on again look. What does the computer? If it isn't even turned on right. Well the the pot came to the house and I wasn't here and Mary brought in and she sprayed the cardboard down. And you know all of that. It was just dropped off and then she said just just let it. Just leave it alone for twenty four hours. You know just who knows that these things were. But that's what I did now. It's been about five days so I think we're probably okay to take the into the hot out and I'm going to be doing that later. Thank you very much. I look forward to the to the recipes. The it's finding the food to actually put Indians that I went through the recipes and I think that a lot of Emil complain about but chicken Tortilla Soup and thank the positive note there. Hey that's one of my favorites chicken Tortilla Soup that you can do an instant potluck as a matter of fact last night. I made I Made Pot Roast in the pot. Is that right? Yeah Yeah during that bad for you. So what did what did you do? You put the meat in and did you like vegetables surrounding the meeting at all. I'm just I just throw them meat in the pot by itself and turned it on and walked away. Yes I through vegetables I collect Nimrod when it comes vegetables go get him. Do I look like some name? Excuse me let me go outside and kids. I said kid be like after the backyard. If you want green's starting on on the grass back there. I cut up potatoes. I- dialed up some onions and put it in there and set it on. What I did was crock. Pot It for like eight hours and then impression did for twenty minutes after that and the meat just fell apart from Bob so easy. I made risotto. Which sounds FANCIED DIRT? Cheap rice basically so. I did rice with chicken. Little bit of carrots celery and onions and that was delicious and then. I took the leftovers rolled. The leftover chilled them. Rolled them into little balls. Rosa Magana and Panko breadcrumbs and olive oil and made. Raunchy needs little Rice balls. I'm said that back. The instant thought that sounds like a lot of impart was like a magician's hat. You just put knitted cap it with your wind. Exactly exactly. That's right a block away. Thank your girlfriend Jen. She'd text me this morning and she was going into work. Jen evidently works in an office alone. So she's not in contact with anybody and she said once we got through. The first hour of the show sounded pretty good yesterday. All things considered so that was very that was very encouraging thing for me to greet the day with yes and then. She sent me a text saying that she did compliment. You on the on the show yesterday and then you texted her back. Thank you very much by the way who is this. Everybody has gotten one of those. I what do you want me to do live. Oh Ho thank you so much unknown person. I'm not going to do what Bob now. The chain has texted you. Maybe you could bookmark that. And then they would contact maybe wrecked. That's exactly what I'm going to do right now. Can I tell you? The audience can't see us but we can see each other and him just made that face make up. Can you see this I- connection that's excellent excellent? Well there's a lot of things to talk about a lot of things. I think yesterday was probably the first day that I did not go out of the house because we had so many problems. Technically you getting the show up That I was exhausted and I. I didn't go out of the House. I watched TV and colored glasses of wine and went to bed. I can't remember the last time I spent the entire day inside. It was crazy. Well it took us. We got the show up. It took us all day to figure out how to get the show up again and you know from the beginning fingers crossed at the rest of this day. Show goes okay. We're GONNA pause here. We have more on the news and all sorts of stuff coming up. It's Bob and Sheri. It's stuff you won't hear on the show it's the Bob and Sheri Odd. Cast find it on the free Bob and Sheri APP or wherever you get your podcast. Here's Bob and Sheri. While the world is so distracted by the Corona virus a publisher has very quietly released. Woody Allen's autobiography which is titled Apropos Of Nothing. It's four hundred pages long And he it's you know. Obviously I haven't read it because it just came out and I don't WanNa read it because I don't want to pay for it and support the man but one of the Excerpts of the book that I did see early early today He's talking about his romance with Suny. Previn who is now married to and talking about how you know he understood. That Mia Farrow was very very upset and angry and that she had every right to be But he you know. He insists that there was no doing that. The relationship between he and Mia Farrow was over Blah Blah Blah Blah Blah Blah. The thing that he wrote that gave that made me feel like Oh man. Somebody needs an editor. Was this line. He he put in in the beginning of my relationship with soon. Ye If the lust is we couldn't keep our hands off each other okay. I think we all know how that is as his editor. What do you think Max? As his editor I might not have included that particular section. Absolutely not not given everything no no. The the editor wanted that in that is how they sell books if he did not include that. I think that there would be some negotiation. I'm not saying right but if you look at all of the autobiographies of famous people they all have drug use or they have You know sexual improprieties. That has to be part of the selling of the book. And that's why the expert that you read was that. Yeah I mean I and it was definitely designed. They pulled they pulled from it. Just exactly the sort of thing net would make you enraged Here's what here in the exact words. I pulled it up quote at the very early stages of our new relationship when lust reigns supreme. We couldn't keep our hands off each other. You know that's the sentence that could have been dropped out. I agree with you. I mean it's and it's Kinda gross less threatening supreme and whatnot He expresses no regret overtaking. S- he'll over he and suny becoming lovers. He said quote sometimes when the going got rough and I was maligned everywhere. I was asked if I had known the outcome. Do I ever wish I never took up with me and I always answered. I'd do it again in a heartbeat and you know what I don't believe. He goes on to deny every allegation of sexual abuse leveled at him by Dylan Farrow. And he went on to say that As far as the shunning and shaming he's experienced as a result of any said quote. I can't deny that plays into my poetic fantasies to be an artist whose work isn't seen in his own country and has forced because of injustice to his public abroad. Henry Miller comes to Mind D. H. Lawrence James Joyce I see myself standing amongst them defiantly. It's about at that point. My wife Wakes me up and says quote your snoring so I mean it's definitely High well he's trying to put as good as spin on it as he possibly can obviously aligning himself with other great writers and he is a great writer. There's no two ways about that however what he did was get romantically involved with Basically his daughter our yeah his stepdaughter and That disgusted the world and it's really too bad because he was one of our greatest director slash writers. I can remember as a kid. My Parents Got Time magazine every week. And I I used to love to see it and just try to figure out what I didn't know about this thing in the news through that thing but they They also had a show business section which became people magazine eventually. But anyway cover woody Allen. The title was of the magazine that week comedic genius and he was not. There's no two ways about it. I was a little bit surprised. I we all knew that his original publishing deal have been dropped. I figured somebody would publish the book right. I was a little surprised that it was released with zero fanfare late yesterday. It's almost publisher the publishers Arcade Publishing. It's almost like they knew that they will give flamed. And what better? Time to drop the south and write lighting now. No I think you're right. I think they want to sell books. Because it's a business but I think they also wanted to be able to go below the radar just like you said. Thank you for being with us. We've just begun. This is Bob and Sheri get Lamar's reduce and right to your phone. Just type movie to eight Bob Sharing. I don't know if television networks are going to make more money because there are more of US watching TV. And I really am pretty sure there are more of US watching. Tv Right now. Or if it's not going to be a big help to them because advertising maybe slows You you know had trouble selling certainly trips to the Bahamas or cruises or whatever. I don't know how that works but I know I'm watching the whole more shows and I read this article about this is from rancor dot com and these are the shows that very few people were watching. But they're terrific and I think Sherry you are watching at least one or two of them so I'm going to run them down and They have them in order. Tend to one of course and a couple of them. You're going to have to help me with because I I've never heard of them first. One is on net flicks. It's called altered carbon which is a strange title. I don't know what that is. I am familiar with it. I'm not watching it. Although depending on how much longer this all goes on I probably will be under. Cw The one hundred on Scifi. The magicians I know what I'd like to magicians. I liked the book better the books better but the magicians is a pretty good show. Mind Hunter Netflixing. Goddamn in fact. I'm so sad about this show going on hiatus. I can't begin to tell you. They just released everybody from their contracts because the director is doing other things now. Hopefully they are going to reignite this because there are some storylines that haven't been resolved but this is based on the F. B. I. Profiling Division where they were able to figure out who serial killers were based on profiles. Anything tastic Thiessen television. Bob ON BBC Tabu on AMC preacher. That's a good show at is a good show. I want to. Todd was encouraging me to watch. When is one that was peaky? Blinders peaky blinders. We'RE TALKING ABOUT PRE K. Told him to watch preacher too. Yeah are you losing it man I I? I don't think I would ever suggest that you watch because it's just it's it's out there. There's magic there's you know it's kind of a weird scifi meets you know real life type thing. Oh I didn't know what was the one you were telling me about. It was about an actual preacher. Who is kind of stones? Oh yeah yeah the righteous gemstones. Yeah on these things and he never obeys any of them. No no and then says I'm losing it. You know what? You're a cheeky little one aren't you? Hey you gotta talk about something stars. Outlander that's Sergei Fox Slash Net flicks. Lucifer has a very low following. But it's supposed to be a great show and I think todd was watching this one two and the history channel Vikings Cathy. I did watch. That is a great show and number one is what I'm going to start watching and now because I have been outed that I talk about these things that I watched it. I have to watch this from the BBC peaky blinders. Yup just during a closed captions on that is that is the best People are not watching right now. I know I'm surprised Lucifer. Still on the air. It is a really well done show. But you're right. No one watches it and maybe right now The devil being a charming dude is a tough sell. I don't know have you seen that show told you about yet too cute. Oh the pony child the puppies with the puppies and kittens. I mean it's it's just it's just shots puppies rolling all over each other and going outside for the first time but if you really having a bad day and you're ticked off about how things are going right now if you put that thing on. And they're running it all the time. It does put a smile on your face. I mean what's more adorable than a puppy? I did go looking for it last night. I was scanning channels because I was like you. I was wiped out yesterday from well. You would be surprised how much cardio is involved in yelling. Profanities at your computer. I mean it's daily but I was hoping panel because I did. The girls like Chitchat found his show with little puppies and stuff on. We must watch and I swear I fell asleep before I got ten channels up scan. I was wiped out last night. Yeah I think we all have to be careful about our language and our levels of irritation. I think we mentioned yesterday. China the Kurds has kind of flat. And a little bit. But what has gone up? People applying for divorces. Because you're just at your wits and in some cases you can't get out so we have to. We have to manage our irritation in some way. Yeah well also because at one point yesterday I had so many unkind things to say to. My computer dog started barking. The catch started out by neighbors. Kids weren't pick up on it. I had in my little studio room here. I had been lying down on this little couch next to me and then something went wrong feet in and let a couple of words fly he got up and said. I'm just I'm not going to be around this sailor. That's birds in the Kurt. Dr I apologize to the navy for that. Comet that's an Oldie but coulda let's Let's get ready for morons in the news. Which is next. Thanks for joining us as we broadcast in quarantine from our force separate locations. Hope to sound is a little better for you out there today. It's bothered Sherry. It's morons in the news. Here's Bob and sharing. Today's more on of the day is disgusting and revolting and selfish horrible. He was caught in Missouri at the grocery store. Licking bottles of personal toiletry are scared of corona virus. And then he would run tongue along the south while never breaking. I contact with the camera. He was licking shampoo bottles and described himself. As a nasty expletives deleted people are now he is being looked for right now to be arrested for what he's done. I think there's an actual crime tampering. I believe yeah so you know there are people out there that are not doing a great job of social distancing and people out there really are not able to get away because their job does not let them and then. There's this guy who understands that people are panic stricken and afraid and he's walking into the store and licking the shampoo. What I absolutely take people like that. Does it say how old he was. Does it say the police arrested yet? He looks like he's in his. I don't know looking at the video. Which will post it. Looks like he's in his late Twenties Thirties. Somewhere around there. And in fact when you text the word Moron two eight eight two six seven four three seven. We will send this person. Discriminating your phone and you'll also be automatically registered to win our special BOB and Sheri Hansen. Which is called people making sick? We had this before the current virus pandemic and we're just now giving it away. people's tax more onto eight eight eight two six to seven or seven. But what do you think the punishment should be for? What this guy did honesty? I this is gonNA sound a little harsh but I think a couple of years in jail. Yeah if they catch this guy they need to make an example of him because then absolutely disgusting to do that in your fellow. Americans. I'm you know I don't know it might be a state by state thing but after that terrible tylenol. So many people were sick and died. I think those laws are really strict. Now so if you're heading out making a little tick tock video of yourself licking things. Don't go up morons. Yeah a couple became furious at a grocery store in Kentucky when they were not allowed to buy five hundred and fifty two cans of mountain dew because of purchase limits. While I know people of doing the do there but five hundred and fifty two cans first of all. How much are you drinking days of mountain to stay awake for the pandemic? What's the word where Florida man is back in jail for impersonating cops just a couple of days? After that same Florida man was arrested for impersonating cop. His name is Lou Royce Total Meyer. And he's old enough to know better because he's sixty. Investigators got a tip from a toll bridge attendant who shows them video of the man slashing law enforcement badge but there was something about Didn't sit right with the toll collectors. He didn't WANNA pay two dollar toll. That's why he was flashing his badge so police officers looked at the video and said wait. We know this guy. We just arrested him for impersonating. And you're looking sheriff. Sheriff Rick Daily said quote. This guy had not learned his lesson. It has no respect for the law two days after we released him and he's already up to his old tricks. He thinks he can get away with shoplifting. In paying tolls to this fake badge think again. They hold the second charge in two days. You know what he said to himself. He says what's the likelihood they're going to get two days in a row and you roll. The dice lost right. There is a got thirty one year. Old Guy His name is Angel Hernandez Saito in Orlando Florida and he works for a company called. Yes hotel services that provides cleaning services to hotels well. He was cleaning area a few days ago and when he left around one thirty in the morning a security guard spotted him pushing a trash can toward van. The guards stopped him and found. That Angel was stealing toilet paper from the Marriott. He took sixty six rolls in all the cops came in he was arrested. And by the way the total at ninety nine cents. Each is sixty five dollars and that will get you a felony. Evidently a felony conviction. So he's now a felon you're sixty five bucks worth of teepee crime for our time or news. Stay with us if you are warranty with your kids and losing your mind. One of your kids favorite characters ever standing by to read the next Cherry Cherry high about ensuring they not know that we have apple though I feel like we constantly screaming at you all the time. If you go to Google Apple APPs through the Bob and Sheri APP is absolutely free and it does all sorts of cool stuff you can listen to. Our podcast are cast that way. You can't talk back to the show. You can tax win all sorts of meat stuff. It's just a cool thing and it's absolutely free. It's the Bob and Sheri APP in the APP store and free on Google play. Thank you so much. Listening to the PODCAST. It's a sharable taste of the show. Bobbins Sherry Fund size. Get it now on the free Bob and Sheri APP or wherever you get your podcast. Here's Bob and Sheri Okay. This is something for all the parents out there grandparents to our quarantines with little kids and starting to go for crazy Josh Gad. The actor who voices law further movies is doing something really cool on twitter and instagram. Every night he is reading a bedtime story. let's give a sample what it sounds like unattractive grief mommy red soccer shirt like this wrinklies. Everyone on the team explained the mother yet. Getting the hang of this. Now that you're up and down. Turn the page Lincoln. When he came home from practice her mother was working on. The shirt died yet. She asked not sever mother. Olivia waited and waited till she was too exhausted to wait any longer. You have to play with the cats man could old said the mother some was missing. Wait a second set of Libya. Where's my toy? Okay I think I think we get the idea that is that is really really clever and especially with a Guisti gifted audio artists like he is. What was his name again Sherry Chang? Yeah that that was very cool. I can see my kids when they were young enjoying that just before they went to bed. I think that when like living in Cara Mia were little and obsessed younger and obsessed with frozen the idea of Olaf reading a bedtime story young coolest and look right now I know like my friends whose kids younger than mine are. Frantic to find distractions and little like Bonuses for keeping them under locking key something that we forget Imagine being a kid not only. Are you not going to school? That sure. That sounds great at first? But guess what else you're not getting. You're not getting any time with your friends not going movie. At least you shouldn't be. You're not going to the God awful Ballpit Fast-food Restaurant. You're really really isolated. And that's super hard for kids and so you know any little thing that you can throw their way. I think is a good idea. I love that he's doing this so somebody said the other day that the ball pit is the only place. There won't be corona virus. Even the corona virus could not permeate the team. I feel so badly for your children. Because instead of getting old law to read them a bedtime story they used to have to hear about. Tell me the story about what happened to Chitchat. And you would tell them these horrible stories about some stupid thing that I was involved with. What an what. An awful way to go to sleep. Oh no they would ask for the by name. Are you kidding I used to? I used to have to make up giant stories for my two girls. I hit a home run with one of them about a giant. I'm just making it up off the top of my head. A giant lives up the this Forest by himself and he's got one leg that's longer than the other because he walks around the mountain to get away for people. And what's I hit a home run with that. I had to do it every night. And I gotTa Tell You after about twenty five giant stories off the top of your head your sauce in yourself. Well tonight my girls will be hearing Chitchat. And the magical instant pie back. Chitchat was alone in his house with his wife. And some frozen meat video ordered. What can you do say chat what to do? I'll order a magical pot that all I have to do is food in. It should button and out will come a meal. Chitchat ordered the Magical Pie. And when the magical came Mrs Chitchat sprayed the gebes out of it with clorox and left the front door for a week and Chitchat found out that it wasn't a magical after all it was a pressure cooker and he never opened it or cooked. A thing in it. The ad or you can learn from you can learn that's great. I'm glad that he's doing that. I think that's a nice little plus for family. I'll put another way but it must be tough. I'll post all the details up on our facebook. It is bob and share it stuff. You won't hear on the show. It's the Bob and Sheri Odd. Cast find it on the free Bob and Sheri APP or wherever you get your podcast. Here's Bob and Sheri. Oh Nice to have you all with us here on the Bob and Sheri Show Sherry. I'm at my house and Max and Todd or at their house and we know you're probably at least a lot of y'all today and thank you so much for being with us. I just like a little suggestion. You know sometimes you get kind of bored. You know what ladies hotbed. It's been awhile since you gave your husband spend a full body massage what to do. That can't even fifty minutes. Finish this statement so we were talking about having kids at the house and I read something about. Kate Middleton my God. She is such a beautiful person and she got the she has two kids not right but had to three they let and Louis. Who's the oldest George George George? So our age where he can act up once in a while in public and of course they're in public all the time and they don't want you know they don't want the child to you know be a Paparazzi target and all that so she sat down George and she said we're going to have a. We're going to have the little q when you are not being as good as you should be on. Mommy's going to say this phrase and the phrase is let's take a break. What do you think I think it's genius? Actually I do because I'm GonNa get popping the next time we make you work long and you get to be all like Sherry. I'm done I'm GonNa go Bob. Let's take a break. What do you think you'd like? Actually I like it better than what y'all usually say it has usually say is. Could you please sit down and stop eating beacon and with a mean face by the way with a case the we'll stay little? Bookmark d need to take break. And you would like that better. I would like that better. So that's one thing. I want to pass along to our listeners. The other is I want. I want salute one of the people who is in charge of figuring out how to get out of this horrible situation where in I have seen a doctor address the press giving updates along with the CDC expert and his name. And I had a look at it a couple of times on the screen is Dr Larry. Brilliant and you told me you bob. He's he was part of the team. That Radha kid smallpox from the face of the Earth doctrine brilliant brilliant. What a perfect name. I've never known of anybody. Who's last name was brilliant and I just. I mean it's a lot to live up to an. I'll be doggone I he did you know but what if you worked at brilliant that was your knee like unraveled in Asia Zone? Stock right off of his. Foot chucky brilliant. I know what's at work? It doesn't work now. I eat my own socks but it wouldn't have worked for me. Either Bobby Brilliant. I mean you do one thing wrong in school and you had the wrong teacher. Maybe one who's been on the job a little too long and all you're GONNA or you're going to get applause and well Mr Brilliant correct. It would be such a heavy lift to go through life unless your doctor Larry Brilliant but white is being you know Larry Brilliant. What if that Made him feel like he had to live up to the name so he just worked that much harder and studied that much harder used everything guy gave him to become one of humanity's greatest epidemiologists. You know I was actually thinking about. I wonder if that name was a bit of a push for him to be as great as he was. I mean obviously your brain is your brain and he was gifted with a brilliant brain but I wonder if it pushed him into just a high level of of achievement. Sometimes I talk to what a name doesn't always do that for example Max's last name has to do with sugar. He's got a sister carly. Please don't do this to me. Well you know back. Then we have the flip side court. That of course is Dr Evil in the Austin powers. Movies right Dr Evil and my favorite characters name of all time. His son Scott Evil. Get Lamar's reduce it right to your phone just type movie to eight. Share Bob Sherry show keeping spirits up across the United States and hopefully across Asia and Europe and everywhere we are serving the armed forces with our show. Thank you so much for being with us. Mary goes to the store. Maybe a finger in every two or three days because the stores are not stocked with a lot of stuff. It's getting a little bit better. Thank goodness and she said to me the other day what should I bring For you do you have any extra needs. You know. She got a list. I want you to get some double A. Batteries because I'm watching a lot more TV and I don't want this remote going up. Well I just learned that. There's something else you can use those batteries for really Bob. You're doing a public service good for you. That was the one point yeah. I was watching TV every day. And they had some of the experts on the guys from the CBC and some other medical experts giving updates. And I noticed that one of the guys one of the gentlemen. Dr Larry Brilliant Doctor. Brilliant is truly brilliant. Oh I didn't know that. Is that right. Well he's big deal. I'd say it was my name. I would've I would've succeeded like he did but somebody like his cousin. Who's kind of dimmer something and all your life you know? Your name is like brilliant and you're an idiot. I mean the abuse that you would be taking. I'm just thinking to myself if I was bobby broom I go. I can't figure out something in in math class in seventh grade. I can just see the face of the math teacher. Just putting his or her head down saying no Mr Brilliant. That's not the right answer it. It would be held to have that name unless you're really smart. This is why my one cousin who ate his own stock right off his foot with very glad to be a lynch brilliant stuff. I mean I think sometimes you decide that you're glad live up to it you know and sometimes you're going to have a name like that and you're not gonna get even close. Look you look at Max Right. His last name sounds like sugared. And she's brilliant. My favorite movie named Dr Evil. And of course he people and he lived up to but What I love about that movie. The ours would be is that his son of course had the last name of evil but his first name was Scott and just the idea of a Scott. Evil is just a terrible. I think it's one of the greatest names moves when that movie came out. I tried every other name to see what would work and nothing was as funny as Scott. Not Jam not keys. Not Thomas if it's not skype will nothing. You'll hear my cats screaming background or the people you're one of. My cats is stalking my dog. What's the wife of Charles? Charles Xavier's stocking Sam I've found after penning SAM to the floor. I think they don't like having US around. I think they are not used to having shared the house with all of us. Twenty four hours a day. I think there's a full on mutiny going on over here. That's what I think's going on. Do you really think so. Yeah I think you really think that. The animals like their alone time narrative. I think this crew does. I mean right now miles. My Laptop Tower. Doing the show today is because one of the casts keeps trying to stand on top of it. Because it's warm I. This is the craziest of all the setups. We've ever had. This is truly the craziest the other morning. It was one day last week and I can't remember which day it was but al. Roker did the weather for the today show from his kitchen table in New York and of course I think we talked about it yesterday. If you know what it looks like Al roker pursuing the weather I gets new. York wasn't bad at all. I mean there's a certain like I don't know four right when you're seeing Jimmy Fallon doing the tonight show living room when you're seeing our roker during the weather from his kitchen it makes you feel a little less crazy that you're working from a corner in one room or a card table in your bedroom or wherever it. Is You happen to be at least it. Had that effect on me. I mean how do you feel about it? I think there's a certain charm to it. You know I haven't been watching a lot of live. Tv because of what we do. I haven't seen the foul and show already late night. Most of in Heaven In repeats for the last Week or so and and it's been interesting like I forget if it was Kimmel might have been kimmel had on one of the Democratic candidates who has since dropped out of the race. And You wonder how long ago was was the repeat. I guess they'd be careful with that was Andrew Yang so I haven't seen anybody tried to marry Steph. That she saw a Kelly Ryan and Kelly and they were doing it from Apartments in New York. Yeah right so everyone just been watching movies for the most part and try meditative and wrangled a pet rodeo about to go crazy right on top of my head. And we'll be back with more from the Bob and Sheri Four bunker quarantine it's bobbing sherry easily sharable taste of the show Bob and Sheri Fund size. Get it now on the free Bob and Sheri APP or wherever you get your podcast. Here's Bobbins Sherry so if you were with US earlier in the show we were talking about. How overnight they released. Woody Allen's autobiography I guess the publisher figured if they put it out now the publisher wouldn't have to take a bunch of fire for how controversial it is. We talked earlier about Woody falling in love with his wife. Mia Farrow's daughter In the book he also talks about his son Ronan Farrow and he allows that. It's possible that Ronan is his biological son. I will now read directly from the book quote. One day announced she was pregnant. I naturally assume that was by me and the wolf. Spain had finally kicked in and despite her suggesting Ronin was Frank Sinatra Child. I think he's mind though I'll never really know. She may have still been sleeping with frank she hinted and maybe she had any number of outside affairs for all. I know as I said we lived apart. Boy that was a swipe at the wife. Wasn't you bet you it was? Yeah you I tell you the first time I saw Rhone feral. I thought that looks like Frank Sinatra. They used to call them. The Old Blue Eyes and those are some blue. Is that man as he spent very very coy about the whole thing? I saw him interviewed. And I forget maybe it was Bill Maher and mark just kind of threw it out there and he didn't really deny it. He didn't confirm it but he didn't deny you know. I'm a fan of the work that he's done thought his book catch and kill was fantastic and I think he looks exactly like Sinatra but I don't blame him for being Kuei to use your word because can you imagine how horrifying it must be cavity. Entire World speculating on who your daddy was like. What an invasion of privacy and like how hurtful and weird right. How weird that much. How about how about Prince Harry? He's gone through the same thing with speculation that His buyers someone else right. Well this is why this is why I defend Prince Harry and Meghan markle because no wonder they hate the press. The kid was made to walk behind his mother's coffin. His his paternity has been a subject of speculation. Since the day was born. I mean good grief. I saw not too long ago. 'cause you know. I like reading a British tabloid type stuff. I saw not too long ago. A side by side picture of the young Prince Harry and a young Prince Charles. And I will tell you something it was the the resemblance was pretty amazing so I think unfair unkind away. That speculation has gone down. And who can blame Room Pharaoh right? Not all of us are meeting in wishing with turn out that. Are you know what I'm saying? It's bad it's bad news so anyway it's called read is going to be it's going to be on the. It's called Apropos of nothing. We're GONNA pause here real quick. We are still working on the technology we apologize for. How weird in disrupted the showdowns right now. we're experimenting with different ways that we can bring to you. We have not figured out how to pull in life phone calls. But we want to hear what's happening with you and quarantine land leave us a message at eight o B. S. H. E. R. I. Or talkback message on. Our APP is free in the Apple Store and will blake B. M. on facebook instagram or twitter Bob and Sheri there it's Bobbing Sherri. You may not realize we actually have a website. Seo P. A. N. D. S. H. E. R. 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We're working on getting all the technical stuff sorted out and while we do that I have to and what I've been I've been surprised at the number of well-known people that have tested positive for the corona virus One of the Stars of the longer as she posited Andy Cohen from Bravo he's positives Harvey Weinstein of course has tested positive. He can we stop right there with Harvey Weinstein. Well yeah it is. Light is an amazing journey. I mean if you just go back a couple of years. Harvey Weinstein is the King of Hollywood as producers. He's produced some of the greatest movies in the last ten years. Fifteen years. You see his name all the time on all sorts of different channels on TV. And when you go to see movies in the theaters worth tens of millions probably hundreds of millions of dollars all of a sudden he becomes a Hashtag most hated man on earth as far as women go and a whole movement starts and Things change in this country. Then he gets twenty five years in jail plus another Another trial in Los Angeles then he is thrown in a very tough prison then he has a heart attack and then he's got the corona virus. I mean it's breathtaking. How bad guy just rocketed right into the earth? Isn't it Bob? If you're him if you're Harvey Weinstein if you didn't believe in Karma before do you believe in you know you're exactly right here right the biggest victim in the whole world tour you well? That's the way those guys usually feel. But I'm just saying what it must be horrific to go through what he's going through now. I'm I'm not saying Oh I feel really sorry for you. I feel sorry for anybody who's going something bad. But we've all you know known of a relative who suffered a heart attack or stroke or something and it was very long and hard to come back to have to come back in a prison situation and then get this virus boy. Oh boy. That's a miserable way to go through life or end life right. I'm with you. I wouldn't wish this or anything like it on anyone in the world. He's in he's in prison in upstate. New York right now because he's tested positive it just it just makes you wonder. I don't know very many times in life where I've seen. Someone received such literal and metaphorical consequences and justice for their bad behavior. Yeah exactly Bon. Jovi's bunge obese keyboard player. David Brian Also is Dealing with the corona viruses says. He's getting better every single day and I didn't follow the bachelor but I know the name Colton underwood. He's twenty years old twenty eight years old. He tested positive and he said I'm pretty healthy. But it's kicking my ass to put it bluntly questions to Mingo. Yeah now Tom Hanks. And read a Wilson they are they have it but they're out of the hospital in Australia and report. That they are feeling better are beginning to feel better. A which has been saying that you hold onto many people. Do recover what we don't know of course what. The long-term consequences are but it is. It is encouraging that many people do recover Rape Matthew. She's a voice over actress. She's the movie frozen to she's posit in couple of the stars. Were gaming thrones are positive for it the Center for the Utah Jazz Rude Goat? We've how does he say left Gobert? He was like the first American sports star to test positive. Kevin Durant Brooklyn Nets. He's positive w takes positive mazer yet. She said it'd be mecer from Goodell's and entourage She says her whole family was down with some kind of a book a month ago at cleared up and then two weeks later symptoms resume and they were Monica. Hasn't no can y'all worse than me. Just taking the hand I was sticking away from you. Know let him out of the camp. I was thinking from that joke. You know what this is. How bad things are. You're stronger than me. Now when it comes to the cheese with what? What was the role? Max Debbie Masar played in Goodfellas. I can't picture where she the The Mule. I don't know she wasn't the mule now. I think she's wonderful girlfriends. Yes girlfriends ex-girlfriends Bob. Remember 'cause she's at the apartment. When Karen gives everybody a tour of all this stuff that are boyfriend Henry Bader remember? That's right yeah that's exactly right. We're going to have to take a break okay. That and we'll be back with more of this top notch technical quality and top notch comedy. Yeah right here Bobby. Cherry stuff you won't hear on the show it's the Bob and Sheri Odd. Cast find it on the free Bob and Sheri APP or wherever you get your podcast. Here's Bob and Sheri Okay. So I know that a lot of people listening are not on twitter at all and the percentage of people that are on. Twitter may not be following Neil Diamond. So the whole gets tighter and tighter. But Neil Diamond's on twitter and he did something so sweet and it jumped in went viral. He shot a video of himself and his dog sitting in front of the fireplace And his house and he looks great and he's got his guitar in his lap and he He sent this out not just to the Neil diamond fans but to the people of the world because as Neil diamond says we're all going through a tough time right now let's play it and here it is. I like you fill in the time. Buff thank you coming. It's sort of it happens reflex doesn't it's it's it's huge. I'm hoping it's coming. Are you talking to you said you were GONNA play? I'll bet you want it to me when here you. I think maybe if we sing together well we'll just feel a little bit better given it's dry okay no long. Don't judge me I see no thank seems to heard you and And that's the video posted on our facebook so everybody can have it. You know so good. Only that he doesn't sound amazing he does he. Does what do you think? Seventy five seventy years. He's got to be in his late. He's got to be in his late Seventies. Yeah yeah his boy and he had a lot of health problems too but Great there and look great to. Yeah now his dog is trash. It won't be guitar. That's what we need right now. You know like that's what we need to keep us all through and I will get this posted on our facebook so you can watch the video and see it for yourself and and if you are on twitter then maybe you can go follow Neil Diamond Bob and Sheri. We have more coming up for you. Don't forget we can't live calls in yet. But we'd love to hear from you on our voicemail at eight eight eight B. S. H. E. R. I tuck back on. Average freeze will play and the apple APP store he Melissa Bob and Sheri Dot Com or shoots in. Dm On twitter instagram or facebook. This is Bob and Sheri. It's Bob and Sheri with can't believe this. Here's Bob and Sheri Okay now. This guy is in a suburb of two loose in France and he is quarantined and he's decided that he's not gonNA lose. His fitness games because of the currency flow ran an entire marathon on the balcony of his apartment. And he did that marathon in. I think it was six hours and forty eight minutes so I guess he kind of ran. Pretty much in place and it twenty-six isn't it twenty six and a half miles for a marathon. Yeah I am so impressed by this guy because I don't believe that I've done anything other than run to the kitchen for another drink since saw. I saw this same story and I was saying to myself. You know the neighbors. That don't know him if they just looked out their window and saw him for six hours running back and forth would have thought he was out of his mind. Just bombed completely crazy. He said that you were you. Were pedometer. That's how he kept track of assistance and he said I let my mind wander. Here's what he said quote. I thought about many things what's going to happen when I see that. The world has stopped sports economy finance. We learned in history about worst between nations men and weapons but this is something that is beyond us and he went on to say and I had my girlfriend here she was giving me drinks and Eminem. Well there was I am doing. It's the running a marathon playside. I think we're going to hear about a lot of stories like this so I wanted to add on to what you're talking about here that that guy was very impressive. I have another story and I'm going to tell you what people are doing. And you tell me what movie and what scene in that movie. It reminds you of okay. Okay some people have started hosting formal dinner parties with their families where everybody puts on. Nice clothes for their quarantine dinner. What is the movie so you have a family? Let's say a family of four and instead of it. Being in sweats like most of us are during the day. These days dad puts on a suit mom puts on address and the kids If they have nice lectures clothes or you know going to a wedding close everybody gets dressed up and they go into the dining room and they have kind of a formal dinner just to feel civilized. What what's seen in? What movie does that remind you of? I don't know what movie but that. I can't believe you're talking about this 'cause when I was in the shower I was actually thinking we need to do that. Or we're all going to be. We're all going to be Pajama wearing apes. We're not that far. We're not that far away anyway. If you've been to the airport. Recently Bob. There was an article in the New York Post yesterday. Cool comfortable clothes to wear while you're working from home. I clicked the link and when I saw that it wasn't a budweiser t shirt. And Kevin's boxers. I just closed. It can kept going. I think the movie and it's this dark now but when I thought of the family in this circumstance getting all dressed up and going to a formal dinner in their own House. I thought of that scene. In the titanic wherever the ship is going down but the string quartet is in. Tuxedos and and that and that actually happened. There were people who dressed because they they said. If I'm going to go I'm going to go like Oh ladies and Gentlemen. Do you remember that scene? I do remember it and you know I would not have thought titanic. I was thinking of all those but doesn't end. Yeah wow well I guess my equivalent of that is if I'm going to go. It's going to be looking like homer. Simpson said it. Great now applause. Here we're gonNA keep it going because you're listening to for four separate quarantine bunkers bob and Sheri easily sharable taste of the show Bob and Sheri Fund size. Get it now on the free Bob and Sheri APP or wherever you get your podcast. Here's Bob and Sherri Sherri show. I wish you were with us just a few minutes ago. Max and Sherry came up with a twitter feed that Neil diamond. The Great Neil. Diamond did sitting by his fire with his dog with his guitar. Doing Sweet Caroline one of his fame famous songs at a song that he wrote by the way. He's such a prolific writer and it was great. It was Just kneel and guitar and that Song is such an Amazing Song. I think it was fenway park. Where that whole thing were. The audience goes bum. Bomb Boom Began they would play it after the Red Sox won and the whole park would wait and and I was there. I've been there when when they did it. And I've been in Panthers Stadium. They do it in stadiums at high schools all over the country now that that saw took on a new meaning. Originally it was. I think his inspiration was Caroline Kennedy we'd Caroline. Yeah that's that was Where where the song came from the right amount. That was really great. He's such a talented man. I mean A singer performer. Houston pack concerts. Can I tell you a funny story about Neil diamond so when Neil diamond was which was a songwriter before he became a songwriter and performer? Who is well known they? These guys Used to work together. And I think it was in the Brill building in New York and they would all sit around and they would They would try to come up with ideas for song. Hello I'm Baz fascinating. Neil Diamond Story. Anyhow he sat near these guys who were writing this musical and he listened to them day by day and and he finally went to them and said. I just don't see this happening. What you're talking about the musical. The guys were writing with fiddler on the roof. This was the guy the guy had a great ear for what would work. But in this instance yet you know most people don't know the building you're talking about but It's still there the Brill building in New York City and they used to have songwriters. Go to work. You know like insurance salesman and go under these little small cubicles or offices and they were told go right ahead on and a lot of big hit songs came out of that one building it. It's not a factory like that anymore. But yeah. He was one of the guys who did that. I Love Neil Diamond. I don't have a lot of his music but I know a lot of his music but I did see him in. A movie called the jazz singer years ago it was it was loosely based on the Vaudeville Entertainer. Al Jolson and boy. It was a stinker. Your was it was not a good media at all. He couldn't act no no he couldn't and they tried to get him to do some TV and that didn't work either. And you know what that's fine because He brought a lot of beautiful music to To the world and I think doing that was very cool. I was glad to hear that you posted at Sherri. Yeah she did she mostly Sherri Sherri is gonNA post it. We we've had. We've had some issues with with her bouncing over here in the midst of while we're talking and of course that's just one of the things that we're dealing with with the technology that we have then we're going to get better technology as the time goes by. How much more time do we have in our segment here? By the way you can go for a couple more minutes if you'd like to Baba could have something that you'd like. Dad Yes I do. I have a collection of this is from Bro Bible Dot Com. So you know that it's really well researched out so so many people are watching movies. They thought they put together a list of the worst movies. Classic movies now a lot of them. I'd never seen but some of the way back other nuts armed on these are the these are the worst movies that have ever been made. You listen to it. Maybe you agree. Maybe you don't so we'll we'll start out with plan nine from outer space which of its It's such an awful movie yet. It's it's so entertaining because it's so awful. Yeah exactly jaws the revenge. That was terrible. That never ever should've been made Batman and Robin. I don't think that deserves beyond their. That wasn't a great Batman. But you know if it wasn't a terrible terrible except was the one with George Clooney. That's the one including yeah. Yeah to Reefer madness which I heard about all my life. It was almost like a documentary about marijuana back in the forty S. And I've never really seen it. Have you ever seen it? I have seen it and what they were doing. Was they. Were telling you that that Smoking marijuana would make you go mad and so they would show these people that were Flipping around on the floor like they were having convulsions because of Because of marijuana yeah exactly and eight. Modern bad movies are the room. I don't know that one shark NATO. Of course Cat Woman Cats Jack. And Jill the happening of transformers age of extinction so I am most of those. I've seen parts of the room. And that was a guy that made his own movie and he was really terrible in it Bucky Larson going to be a star before we take a break. That is the worst movie that I have ever seen. And it is agreed if you good go to rotten tomatoes. If you're looking for do today go to rotten tomatoes and read what it has to say about it. I believe my favorite quote was from Roger. Ebert who said I would say. This is bottom of the barrel but that would be an insult to barrels bitcoin. Bob and Sherri. It's Bob and Sheri used to be that if we want to talk to our listeners. We had to turn the phone on just during the hours of the regular Bob and Sheri Show and then sometimes the company we worked for wouldn't pay the phone bill. We wouldn't even know that we didn't have a Bob and Sheri phone so we made some changes around here. We keep that bad boy on twenty four seven you can reach out any time and we love to hear from you at eight. Eight eight B. O. B. S. H. E. R. I. 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The people go into crowded events right now are the same people who hear a weird noise and horror movies and decide to split off and check it out. Kaneohe arising that is the damn truth people that the same people that walk into the garage full of chain clause or the people that go. It's just the flu. Here's the next one to this woman to woman. Do not go to a man's home for a hook up right now. You could get quarantined there. And they don't even have sheets. They definitely won't have toilet paper. Maybe one bag of hot pockets canned of puffs. That's all you'll have is this one's a little Dr to. Has Anybody let the Amish know what's going on you? Oh Wow interesting thought. Though because their communities so insular ZAC give them an advantage. Like that kind of baked in social distancing or they at risk if one of their own is infected because they do come out into the world to do business from various transactions. Do they run. The risks of wiping out of this is a good question. I don't know the answer to it. I would think they'd be a little less at risk because they are not if they're really orthodox about it not really a coming into contact with a great amount of people right but yeah you would think as long as they don't cause I'm thinking of like in in Philly At the reading terminal market which is amazing gigantic food hall with all sorts of wonderful things in it. There are on the people who sell the things that they grow in make. There's a a little like Re Breakfast Kinda restaurant. That is staffed by Amish People. So it's not like they are not exposed to the general public to the English. Has they call the non mish world so if someone brought the infection back into that amish community you could imagine that it would tear through their like a wildfire. You know what I read. That was so interesting. And I don't know if this is going to be true with a little sidebar. Hear Them. We'll get back to the the memes. According to the models of the worst case scenario for the corona virus spread in the United States Judith Basin County in central Montana would have the last peak outbreak so computer models are predicting exactly where it ends in the United States. And it's in little spot in Montana that is you ever heard of a Judith Basin County in central Montana and you know that part of the country I guess would make sense. That's an enormous state and it's very rural so we'll see all right back. To how much time do I have with the means left? You have a couple minutes okay. Somebody This is a grandpa talking to his grandchildren in the future. Someone eat bat soup then. What happened GRANDPA? Well the whole world fought for toilet paper. Why hush little one go to bid. Wow Dr Some of these really are a lot of them are visuals And I can't really describe what's going we see if I can Find another one here. I mean. People are posting their cats lying on their backs on the SOFA. Saying me for the weekend. That's what I'll be doing There's a throwback Thursday with a fully staffed and stocked. I'll Scott tissue is making the rounds and I think that's just about it. I was looking online to buy toilet paper out until one of my friends Sneak to my house and left on my front steps before roles so I found myself in an office supply website and I was so excited because it looked like they had in stock. You know that toilet paper. That is one play. And it's a little bit shiny. And it's not absorbing as a paper product can be a real familiar with that product is our visitor's bathroom at the station. Yeah my Gosh. Oh my gosh they have single ply shining not absorbent paper for my heart. Like I was so happy. I clicked. Add to cart into my car and then thirty seconds later. I got a pop up. That said this item is stop. And when you're upset that you can't buy single ply absorbing toilet paper. I know the listen to your listen to your left. This is the attitude we have to had. Can I give you one more a meeting? That's making the radio. It's a picture of a teenage boy and it's in the future all right so this is in the future. It's a it's a handsome teenage boy. Driving a car is father is smiling at him and He says why is my sister's name Paris because we can see through in Paris. Thanks that no problem. Quarantine what what do you think? Is there going to be a baby? Boom after we get through all this you know what I pray. There is who will get dry. I think we're GONNA need it. Well they're going to need it in Italy because Part of the problem with with so many of the deaths in Italy. It's it's an older population. Much older save France or England. Yeah and they were. Their birth rate was already negative. Meaning babies born to replace the people that were way. Listen I'VE TRADE FOR According team baby boom that would be something hopeful in something. People could celebrate. Frankie's exactly right Let's pause here and let's come back with perhaps the world's most sensational version of the Butler. Did it. Tell you about that next? It's Bob and Sheri Stuff. You won't hear on the show it's the Bob and Sheri odd. Cast find it on the free Bob and Sheri APP or wherever you get your podcast. Here's Bob and Sheri Okay. So here's a story that will definitely distract you from your krona virus news I was shocked by. There's a new workout biography of the actress. Natalie Wood who's been back in the news lately because the coroner the medical examiner however that works reclassified her death from an accidental drowning to a drowning or undetermined circumstances which kicked up a whole new round of you know was she murdered and was she murdered by her husband. Robert Wagner who still alive and you know what were the circumstances that night on that yacht and that Dr Cold night off the California coast and Lemme. LemMe Lemme Lemme interrupt and say per younger people. You might recall Probably his last big role was as number two in the Austin powers. Yeah thank you yes. Yes so A writer named Sudan instead has put out a brand new biography of Natalie Cole. And here's the story. That she was totally would wanNA reward. I'm sorry That Nat Natalie. Wood was terrified of the dark and terrified of drowning. Us were two things that had been with her since childhood she was. She was very young and married. Robert Wagner for the I think for the first time they got married and divorced and then got remarried again anyway. She woke up one night alone in their bed and she became frightened and so she got up and went looking for her husband and caught him in the act with their British Butler ultimate. The Butler did it if I ever did. Oh man could haven't. I'd never heard that before I have. This is a pretty exhaustively researched biography. That Butler's name was. I think his name was David. Kevin dish if I remember And the author of the book Natalie Wood had started writing her own memoir and she made clear the real reason why her marriage to Robert Wagner ended the first time and it was because she busted with the Butler Guy Is Is there any part of reality anymore? That makes any sense to you in any way. What was the name again? Keva David Cabin dish. If your name is David cavendish there's a law you have to be alone you know. I don't know a lot about Natalie Wood. If if you're a younger person you should you should google her. She was one of the most extraordinary looking actresses of her time back in the nineteen sixties and she starred opposite a lot of really handsome men like Warren Beatty. And so on and I understand that she was she got around a little bit she liked the Fellas and one story was she went to visit Elvis at Graceland and actually dated him a couple of times and you know Elvis it especially at his peak in his twenties was one of the most handsome men in the world and she Decided not to see him anymore because he was just Boring to her and and and physically A little Not Shy but you know. It didn't make the aggressive moves like she had expected. Well according to the author of this biography. Natalie Wood Was the victim of a violent alcoholic father and an ambitious stage mother through her daughter older men in the hope they could help her career. At fifteen years old. She allegedly had an affair with Frank Sinatra and then at Sixteen. She was forced into a sexual relationship with the filmmaker. The Director Nicholas Ray because it was a quote unquote the only way she can prove to him that you can play a bad girl. Yeah we're GONNA break guys out here. We'll be back with more. It's it's stuff you won't hear on the show it's the Bob and Sheri odd. Cast find it on the free Bob and Sheri APP or wherever you get your podcast. Here's Bob and Sheri. I was mentioning. I think it was yesterday. Bob and Sheri here. I was mentioning that. I really have never gone this long without going to a restaurant. Even if it's a Italian restaurant for a sub in the middle of the day you know generally four or five times a week. I being restaurant restaurant to her son. I like restaurants. This is the longest going in a long time. And you know it's it's fine. There are people who are suffering out there. I can eat at home but I do. Miss going into a place seeing the waiters that I know and I you know what else i Miss Chick-fil-a I am just going to tell you that I am missing Chick-fil-a I would give any one of those juicy chicken sandwiches right now and I'm not alone because people were talking about chick-fil-a online and somebody did some research on the restaurant and it started like in nineteen forty six and it was called the Dwarf Grill. White Dwarf Grill The D. W. A. R. F. Grill. The name was changed in one thousand nine hundred sixty one. That's how long has been around. And I thought to. Myself what what was the impetus to call it. The the Dwarf Grill it. It was a small grill. I mean you couldn't call it the small hill where they tying into snow white and the seven. Maybe they were. You know they might have done that. Yeah I never thought about that. It's just you could never get away with that today. Could you know? I don't even think you try. But let's let's talk for a minute. About what specific restaurant food? We miss like I right now would like to have a Jersey might sub and I would also like to have a really amazing pizza. That would be so bad way. No not at the top of my list. The top of my list is a really great Pizza from A real Italian restaurant. I Miss Spaghetti with red clam sauce and I miss There's a sub that I get at a restaurant Portofino and it's toasted and it has a Lettuce and several different meats. And it's just so satisfying. I really miss that. You know that I do not eat out like you do on the only thing Kevin. I like to go out for breakfast like a couple of times. A month We'll go out for breakfast together on a Saturday morning. And one of my favorite places to go is the original Pancake House which is in a lot of places. Mama country and I I about knock you down. We go out to breakfast right now and you will first world problems. I'm just. I'm thankful that I'm right now. In this moment I'm healthy and I have a roof over my head and I can get Malaysia into the kitchen of cakes. All of that but yeah and all my God look really good Chinese food and Sushi. I can make some pizza. Yes not going to be as good as real like Newark Pizza but wh where what am I going to go out into the stream in my neighborhood and and and put soya sauce on it out of the question right now I tell you what my stepson's missing. Because he discovered them about a year and a half ago once he got his license and that are chicken wings. He's got a favorite chicken wing joint that he goes to where he takes his girlfriend or somebody's about once a week and I know he's missing that Bob you guys have an air. Fryer Dina how easy it is to make wings and Air Fryer realize. Yeah Yeah and we have. Actually I think he just likes going there. I mean that's what we want so it's not just the food sometimes. It's it's you're out you know you're talking with people may be and it's just you know an experience. Mary marriages marriages sent me a mean that she just Just found an older woman from like the Nineteen Thirties. And she's sitting in a chair. Chaz address on and she's knitting and Here's what it says after just two weeks of quarantine. Gertrude is knitting something special for Hubby. And she's knitting a rope with a noose at the end of the town. I would be concerned at all if I were you bob. I will say As anyone who's listened for any length of time knows One more marriage and I'll get a free sub so unhappy and I were out in the driveway. The other night Just looking up at the sky and I said to him if I have to be quarantined with anybody. I'm so glad I'm cores with you because I I have friends that are in very difficult relationships and chips in difficult stages and I cannot imagine what it's like to be penned up with each other at a crash. It's going to be interested in what happens with relationships as as the time goes on. I'M NOT GONNA say months weeks days as the time goes on we don't we don't have. It will be interesting to see what happens with people in those situations. Do they confront you know whatever it is their issues were or do they just say you know this is the thing that pushed me over the over the over the edge worth more? I'm like you. I'm very very lucky to have mary or by being forced together. Maybe finally talk about some stuff. Yeah we're GONNA break here but just know that if you do end up splitting up your with the right show. There's never any judge in here does go on. Y'All is bob in Cherry easily sharable taste of the show Bob and Sheri Fund size. Get it now on the free Bob and Sheri APP or wherever you get your podcast. Here's Bob and Sheri. Wow Maxwell we were in the break. Max was just telling us about an experience that one of his friends had can you share. Are you occasion? Yeah Yeah I am He he and his wife took a cruise in the Pacific You know before all of this really got bad with the corona virus in this country and So they were down around South America and they decided you know we really ought to pull ashore and let everybody go home to the respective countries. Well no ports would take them In South America and so I would see updates on facebook where he would say. We tried to go into this port and they refused us. We tried to go into this port and they refused us hit and then he added but don't cry for us and it showed him out by the pool eating. You know but what I did to do was the ship decided to go through the Panama Canal. One of the things that I didn't know about the Panama Canal. Is You have to make an appointment to go through the canal. You can't just show up and go. We'd like to go through so I didn't know it either. You have to have an appointment. Yeah you can't just go through so They got in touch with them and said can you fit in the Panama Canal. Said yes and so. They went through the Panama Canal and they disembarked in Miami and he just flew home today and so he said I'm we're finally Haman. We're happy to be here but Matt Amazing Max. I have a question. Was your friend checked in the airport for fever or anything. Because I've seen it's like let the news will come on. Oh people are getting their temperature taken at the airport but then at another airport people are walking around without pants on. And nobody's checking. I haven't spoken to him and On his latest facebook update. He said they were home. And I don't have any further details on that so I don't know what happened with that. My brother's been flying international for the last couple of weeks and when they come back into the United States before they let anybody off the plane they have somebody come on the plane and what they do is they. They take them off one at a time and they check them on the on the walkway get with and then they release them out into the you know out into the public your Bro. Your brother is a for people who don't know flight attendant for your policy it. It's weird because I talked to him a couple of days ago. He had flown in most of the stuff he has been doing was South America. Ron said he got back from Colombia. And he's based out of Atlanta and his hotel room actually looked out at Hartsfield airport and he was. He was really depressed that night. Because you know they're starting to store some of the airlines air some of the planes and he was watching them because at one point Atlanta has taken one of their runways and is kind of make. It made it as a makeshift parking lot for the Delta Airlines. And he was he called me. Tell me he was watching them. Pull those planes out one at a time at park you know So he He was supposed to fly one more time he was supposed to go to Colorado then back and then he wasn't sure if he was going to be able to fly back to Phoenix so he was actually booking car to drive back home and everything's up in the air right now. I haven't talked to him a couple of days. I need to follow up with them. I don't know why Max are tied. I why you telling me the Delta is parking. The plane's just like a weird shiver. I don't know why that is. Wow Yeah I mean they were. As of leading up to last weekend. There were a lot of the airlines. Are flying the planes out to Arizona. You know where they have the the what they call the graveyard out there use on and that's where they park all the planes and they they they lock them down and secure them so in case they ever want to reopen that plane. They do that but Eric's they got to a point where they just couldn't fly enough of those planes out there so they just started parking on the runway. That sounds like a movie doesn't it? I mean what agreed? Yeah and I'm sorry I didn't mean to bring the depressing stories end of the show but walking about how we're all GONNA end up divorced. Let's have some happy. I'd like to know what the toll through the Panama Canal is my. Wow Yeah my dad went through the Panama Canal when he took one of his many cruises than he said. It's like a like you said that you have to have an appointment and so when you get up to that stretch of the Panama Canal. He said it's like traffic cops. Because you'll see the ships just kind of floating around lined up waiting to go next. And then they direct them in one at a time Yeah it's one of the great great amazing achievements of both ten ten seconds. Yeah thanks for joining us. We'll be back and be safe. Take care of each other Bob and Sheri. 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1983 KROQ Top 106.7 Songs 50 to 41

What Difference Does It Make

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1983 KROQ Top 106.7 Songs 50 to 41

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Although we are kind of traversing through this but Yeah I can just use my mouth. Welcome well good. I'm glad I'm glad. Welcome back good to be here safe and sound and welcome. To what difference does it make everyone else? What the Hell is this? What the heck is what difference does it make? What difference does it make? Isn't podcast about eighties. Music and other things like eighties pop culture. You have a new tagline that we introduced last week and I actually made some changes because it used to be eighties music and beyond yes and then you said eating eighty talk about everything eighties but mostly music. That's exactly what I put on the website. Excellent so check out our website. Check it out. And you can see Dave's change could read words. Wdm PODCAST DOT COM. Please sign up with your email address am and we will reward you with a lovely content. We're bringing together and I. I think we'll probably do a weekly newsletter of just things that went on in the eighty s on this date in history low videos and hopefully Little nuggets to promise. We'll make it fence you don't regret signing up it will be welcome. Content might be put a smile on your face. The way Bill Bill Bill crabgrass crap and other bed bath and beyond and other Amazon deal. Oh look here's some eighties content and the smiling faces of David. Holly THERE YOU GO. Rely rely on the smiling faces. Spa faces no singing on the email that we harmonize the brady bunch if it sounded like that to To me these headphones must be magic. Or the Mike's Magical Okay so we are eighty S. We talked about mostly music and we do talk a lot about k rock and we do talk a lot about the year. We take part Each year bit by bit by Bit. We are currently at nine hundred. Eighty three and we are heading downhill. Nineteen eighty-three really are. We're going through the one zero six point seven top songs. Nine hundred eighty three as published by K rock the rock of the eighties in Los Angeles. Yes this was back in one thousand nine hundred three. They have an updated list. They have the eighty top songs of each year. So that means there are twenty six point seven songs that were missing. Eliminat- eliminated usually I test holly on whether these songs are there or not this week because we're heading towards the top of the peak. There's one song is not on this list each podcast. We go through time right now. We START AT NUMBER FIFTY. We will go to number forty one and that will be our part gas for this week and there's only one song that has not been included and I think it's GonNa be fairly obvious so I won't even test her out on this. Just assume that every song is on there and then maybe one Samuel say hey. I don't think this song is on laid it out. Okay I will. I will allow you to blurt it out when the time has come thank you. We are recording. Don't worry just I'm supposed to be double checking. You could double checking my work. That's probably for the best nice job. Yes gets Shannon I WOULD. I appreciate you checking my work as well okay. Excellent well me. Not that you'd ever find anything wrong with it. Appreciate you checking it for sure. Okay so we start at number fifty. And what is this song and tell me about it? This on is that you be forties red red wine. Yes Labor of love but all right. I'm outing myself. I am going to out myself right now. Are you know what I'm GonNa say and you probably knew this? I don't know where you're going with this cave. This was first recorded by Neil diamond. Yes you'd never knew as a member of the tribe. You should know that Neil diamond has recorded red red wine and and wrote. What else did he write? What is what song do you write for the monkeys? That's right. I'm a believer so you should know these these here good job. I didn't okay. I know totally out of my shell. I can't believe in talks. So yes not only my a member of the tribe. I'm a member of my graduating class of nineteen ninety-three and we were all these big Neil diamond fans but we all love Neil. Diamond and of course. Everyone knows that you'll diamond wrote this. So did you go back everybody but me new that did you go back and listen to it just like. Oh my God neil diamond. Yeah this song I should give it a listen did you give it a listen. It's an ACU- I ran out of time. I re I did run out of time this week but I it is in the queue and I will listen to it. I promise you it was not a big hit for him. No it was not I. I know that because probably I would have known about it. Have you ever seen Neil diamond? Perform not in person though. Okay because he does do this song it's he. Does you be forty version now? It's kind of You know Mars because the original version kind of flopped. I think it's one of his favorite versions. Is this Redwood does say that yes. He does say that you talk to him. He told me when I called him for this new confirmation. Yeah no I did. I read something about him. An interview was one of his favorites. Like with all Neil diamond songs a lot of a lot of different covers and so when you be forty discovered it obviously they were like you. Not Obviously but yeah. They were like you in that they had not. They did not realize that Neil diamond had ridden. Okay yes this was. This was back in one thousand nine hundred eighty or eighty three so actually as I read in this. They saw. They knew of a version by this artist. Tony tribe. Yes but they didn't have. They did it in nineteen sixty nine. That was right right. Tribes version was in nineteen sixty nine. Neil Diamond Road. Sixty seven right okay. So then So you'd be forty decides to do a cover of it. And they see that was written by end Diamond Jamaican they thought it was a Jamaican. Because he tony tribe did a reggae version of the song. That's what appeal to To the UB forty so you before he thought it was negus Thailand. The song came out in eighty three by before and didn't do it. Okay and of course record label gets involved as they. Do you know how you hear. You make me feel so fine. You keep rocking all the time they that was the original version did not have that low rap version in there. Oh and it was the original. Ub Forty version I recorded virginal UB forty version in nineteen. Ninety three. They edited out. They edited that part out. Yes because you know. Rap is scary in one thousand nine hundred three especially from you before. Yeah but it but it it actually did reach number one on the UK charts and eighty three and number thirty four in the United States in eighty four cut to one thousand nine hundred eighty eight and what happens is do you know what I'm but one goes to number one. Thanks to we'll say Polian okay. This jock heard the song with the rap version and he played it and he thought it was a hit and loan old when he played it. The phones lit up which happened back in the found actually lit up. Phones lit up so and then after that it became a number one song in the US kind of fun Venison. Now whenever I think of be forty I think Brad Kavanagh and apparently allegedly through ice at someone who we thought look like the lead singer of U. Before and after the after he attended A. UB Forty concert. You do like the side now. It's funny I like this on. I don't love the song. Okay yeah I mean it's good but I am. I wonder if I'm GONNA live demagoguing. Unloaded Neil Diamond version version from sixty seven. Sounds like it's comes from the sixteen outs of that time. So it's good stuff but it's a good song of just you know a guy who's joining us our rose. Yeah in Redmond. What do you do you like the fun? Yeah Yeah Yeah. It's a good good sock. Okay can I out myself again? Oh my God. Are we going to the next song myself with one more one more Neil diamond? Oh thing a little okay. Little Nugget of diamond. Yeah all right so crackle and Rosie. Yeah which I know the Song I love the song. Yeah it's about red wine okay. Is that true. Apparently people write songs about the whole beverages. Never get I never. So is the lyrics supposedly singing the praises of wine and its ability to make you forget your problems well which are loved. Now there we go. We know that's true. But I never put the lyrics of crackling Rosie together. I guess you didn't either. There is I never thought of it like that but as we go further down this podcast we might discover that people write other songs about alcohol. Oh this is exciting. Keep keep stay tuned. Everybody that's super exciting. Write this song now has been moved up. It was number fifty. It's now number. Forty seven on the K rock charts. So I'm guessing this one is stolen list. Yeah I'm just I mean. Obviously this okay there will be. It'll be fairly obvious where we get to it Okay so we have yet another cover the you know that. Did you know that this is a cover saw? Yes of course I knew this was the cover okay. So this is Susan the ban cheese dear prudence however. I did not know who the song was about did you I yes. I'm covered Beatles fans so let go ahead and tell me well maybe our audience. Maybe you know you just read this. This is exciting for you. So share your enthusiasm but I love the song I I love. I love Susie but yes of course I knew it was a cover avenue. I even knew it was a cover back then. Do you know what album it was. Odd Oh ooh no. No do you tell. It's on the white album. Is it a? Is it a Paul or is it a Johnson Johnson George Song? Oh Georgia just threw in but I I would say George now. Is John Lesser Okay? Okay you tricked me. Yeah Yeah Okay. Well it's about MIA farrow sister. Prudence Farrow Prudence Farrow. She liked to meditate. Yeah she was really in the meditating. Yeah before everyone at this retreat that they de the Maharishi yes the Beatles were all there. Yeah that must have been a time in India. Yeah tell me because she was. She was meditating. So much or she was rushing out to meditate. They're like come on. I think they were tempting her with. Come on let's Let's hang out. I think it was a little bit. Okay okay possibly. Who knows it? 'cause I read that she'd suffer from some suffered from depression. But I'm sure that was part of it. I mean meditating helps good well for for some for some So but we're talking about the Beatles version of the song but really we should be talking about Suzy's version of the song. Okay what else you know who? The guitarist is in the on the song. On this particular track the guitarist in Susie and the Badchi's John was not able to To perform due to his abuse of certain of alcohol which apparently maybe he was enjoying the red wine or the crackling rosie a little too much who sat in for him. As much as I love Suzy's band I prefer the the guy who stepped in personally Robert Smith of them. Okay very good so you do know that I do know that. Do you know why they picked this particular song I do not. I mean it was their second Beatles cover yes what was the first one. Helter skelter okay. I wasn't a question. Helter skelter okay. Good uptown okay right now. Why we'll so the all of the The band cheese and susie. We're fans of the white album all except for This guy named Robert Smith. He was not a fan of the out of the white album. He knew one song. And that's on his dear prudence and that's why they chose. Wow Smith says that John Lennon's version sounds a bit unfinished So they did that version. They did a version of it and actually Robert Sister Janet. Plays Harpsichord on it. Oh yes it's a family. A family affair is a family affair. It's cool and that they they make a little more creepy than than the EPI version of the Beatles. What would you call? There's there is. I don't know if I would have said creepy at Safi Gothi. Yeah okay. It's got the starker. Yeah yeah it's very cool. We kind of moved up. You Know Redwood Wind was number forty seven and now they're prudence is now number forty six back in the day. It was at number forty nine so these songs of moved up three spots that moves us up to number forty eight now number forty five on the updated list. This is deservedly. So are you a big echo in the Bunyamin Fan? Yeah you excited. They're they're going to be playing the the cruel world fast. Yeah I I think that would be. That'd be very fun to see. This is the cutter. This is the cutter spirit. Gutter spare us the cutter. Yeah it's also kind of a A dear prudence. Gothi and suzy should be playing. This cruel world fest. Probably she would she would fit in. Do you think that this L- lyrics were were influenced by CLOCKWORK ORANGE? I had read that but I oh yeah. Yeah interesting yeah. Can you spare us some cutter me? Brothers that's in the in that from the From the movie so as a red so cutter is British slang for spare change. Did you know that? Oh we didn't learn that for Dan McGrath while he was I did not know that. Yeah Yeah I didn't either interesting. I was reading actually wrote down this. You know I think. One Song goes into the other talking Echo in the bodyman and susie and the band cheeses and they're mixing of hippy and Goth. Anyway this journalist described the song that says it's successfully wed. The eastern influenced psychedelic sounds made famous by the Beatles. Eastern strings reenter at strategic points filling in space between verses and Ian McCulloch's esoteric pleas to spare us the cutter the track never loses steam cruising through each section with power and grace. And so. I wrote that down. Because that's very accurate description. Yes it isn't. I'm very excited to hopefully. We'll we'll get to go this cruel world. See this. I'm excited Affect only gets to play a couple of songs though. This is for sure. Oh yeah they will. How can you not good energy? Good like good vibe. Get Energy Cutter come on. How can you go wrong? You can't you can't try not going to happen donut. I would really love Donut. Break Right now. Okay let's go get some doughnuts and we'll be right back. You've been happy with anchor. Haven't you anchor has been great? It's been really easy. Yeah it's free to use great and they and they have all the tools I mean you can do it. You can record an edited right on your phone or your computer super simple we record it. 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Swigs of a bottle called rebel. Yell and yeah. It was not familiar with the brand but he liked. The name decided to write a rebel yell. Song however I mean. Do you read these lyrics. It sounds like a woman I mean. I thought for sure that this was a song about taking a woman to bed is but it's I don't know it could be interpreted now that I know that it's about a alcoholic beverage like this guy really likes his beverages this is. It's a love song to this alcoholic beverage. I think okay well I read and again I guess we'll have to to Put our heads together and this one because I had Read that it was about a a passionate one night stand with a woman who wants more and more could be maybe she wants more and more and more whiskey. Yeah initially I mean it said last night a little dancer came dancing to my door night. A little angel came pumping across my floor. She said come on baby. I got a license for love and if it expires. Pray help from above so that could be big enough. I mean when you initially like well. Of course it's a woman but maybe it is something that you think are about a woman but are actually drugs. Yeah I know in the midnight hour crime more. Yeah no and could be alcohol. Because they're both temptresses so okay. Did you hear about this about Sesame Street? They parodied the Sun Rebel. L. Over that Song St Alphabet teaching kids when they were doing a rebel song. What what starts with L. Rebellious Loneliness Liquor Lust? You know all the fun kid things all the things of a sesame street watching yes yeah. I don't know we'll we'll look that up. Yeah are you a stroke span? Not so much okay. Now right yeah they just put out a new record at a new single. They're slowly releasing thongs They gave credit to billy idol for Because they feel like their song. This stop this new song that was released called bad decisions. Sounds exactly like dancing with myself so I was kind of kind of a fun song but yeah when you hear it and then I like like billy idol's dancing with myself. Yeah give him credit for that actual credit or just a shout out no actual credits song of course. Excellent moving on to number forty six when he got tears for fears. Change you can change is a you can or you can't change. I can't remember you can't change. You can change very positive reading about this. Yes Roland says it's not really about much. It's just one of those cheap pop lyrics. I don't mind that at my bothersome people both around with that. No that's great. That's great. That's a great song. You know what makes great? Though it's got some got some Marimba in there that does make it great only one of the things that makes it great instrument of Nineteen eighty-three Miranda's. We've learned her gone. Daddy Gone Low plus change Marimba Marimba were you. A big tears for fears are yeah. This was a great album. And Yeah we're GONNA be talking more about tears for fears as we go further down this chart but this was This was a great song. I thought it was just the drumming and of course Marimba but there's there's a lot of elements and their sounds like there's locked going on in there and I I was definitely caught my attention back in eighty three and still holds up. I think they're great and their voices were so great together. Everything about them air phenomenal. Yeah there are a couple of other songs from this album. The was it called the herding. This is the hurting. Yeah okay. This was their debut the hurting and so We'll be talking a lot about this song or about. We'll talk a little bit more about the couple of these other songs that were on this list. Further down the road. Oh this is such a great album. Yeah I didn't discover that I need a couple of at Ron because I was thinking ahead to Seeds of love is after this eighty eight. So we'll get there. Yeah I know one day okay. So yeah tears. Affairs is kind of an injury Song I think this first single from this album. What's it was this format world shelter. Yeah okay so now. The world was the first single. This was the this is the only song from the album chart on the US charts and that made it all the way up to number seventy three okay. But that makes sense but man world was released before it okay just didn't chart Not In the US. It's so hard to believe the got played on K rock and yeah that was. That was a game changer. okay so of course. This is still on the list. It's at number forty three and now we move onto number forty five. This is the police synchronicity to still on the list. Now at number forty two. And you're ready to say something. Go ahead okay. Totally off synchronicity. For just one moment. This is the first week with with all these. I don't know what it is if it's my state of mind or with all these new entries that every time we mentioned song. I just can't it. The whole song just goes through my head. I feel like I'm on that new show. The Zoe's playlists haven't seen. Yeah I haven't either but just from what I've read about it. I just can't I just WANNA start. I WANNA burst into song every time we moved to a New Song. So you do you remember the difference between number two and number one. I took me a second to Because there were synchronicity. And number two do you. So you said like without looking at the lyrics. Can you sing number number to me? Synchronicity to me. I'M NOT GONNA sing it for you but yes I can hear it in. My head are the house ago. That's all right but you do know the difference. Synchronous showering above the dinovite Rice krispies. Is that what it's about now? It's about family life. It's just kind of being in a Rut. It sounds like I think and living the day to day dreary life. This isn't one of my favorite police songs but but it was a it was a big big hit. This was their last album. So you know. Enjoy it while you can had. We did we did. Enjoy it doing. No synchronicity means please tell me I mean just things working in order or something right. Isn't that something like that? Seems like a clock. That's the layman's term. Okay I mean the layman's explanation. It is the theory that seemingly coincidental events are connected through their meaning. Gino who coined the term sting. I know you'd like to think so. But Carl Jung Carl Young. He created he created the term as a way to explain paranormal events. This is you know sting. I guess he must have gone through a Carl young stage or something like that. Oh sure yeah. Because he's a big believer in synchronicity. But thanks you love this song more than I do. I guess I like this song a lot. Yes I do like King of pain. Better for comparing songs from synchronicity. A lot a lot of good stuff That's a good way to go out. Just create the like the great a great album then just ended up. You know like the Beatles Abbey road done bye bye bye bye no more you think. That was their intent for the police or the Beatles. Yes for both. That's the story behind Abbey Road was like. Let's get in the studio and do like we used to do it and I don't know if that was initially what the fat was but that was. I'm sure I'm sure. The police went through similar phases. Like our everyone was moving another directions at that time. I think it was a little more contentious the Beatles. Now the police really. I don't know things more contentious than the Beatles. I don't know if I would have called a contentious. Totally Arun started a. How there you just use everywhere star. It's a marriage right. You know. Yeah you get four people to to get along by the way as we go back on the marriage or breaking up bands breaking up. Who is not who did not play on dear prudence the Beatles version. Who DID NOT PLAN DEAR PRUDENCE? You have four choices. I'm GonNa tell you I'm GonNa tell you who did not plan dear prudence cheating can make you know. Please not an open book test. Just throw out a name Paul. No it was not Ringo Ringo. Had left the band at that time he quit. The band was done through with the band played drums. There was no drummer on their on. That's and the Beatles version the drum effort but can you think I calc accomplish. Offer Fan Steph a worries but yeah so a couple of weeks. Ringo had left the band thinking that Oh yeah it was. He was done. He was fed up so he left. Thirty Guineas all stars together. No are you so that was eh bands breaking up. Alcohol Egos just egos got a this. Podcast is all tied together with covers and alcohol and breaking up so yeah I mean obviously most of these bands have broken up but this this chunk of ten bands has stories. You always find that theme. Some breakup breakup all right. So okay so yeah. That's how number forty two on the charts. At the time back. Ninety three was forty five. That's the polices synchronous the two and we move onto number forty four. This is the fixes saved by zero which has moved up four spaces to number forty now on their current K rock chart only got to number twenty back in the day all right. That's pretty good. Actually for the fix for a ban that split the fix. Why do you say like that? I don't know I manage. Good on them was this. This wasn't their biggest ad. It's funny red skies might've been bigger. No we're thinking of We're missing one song It's funny you said this is another one. You just referred to them as the band which I know that they are banned but just like sometimes referred Maroon. Five as Adam Levine. I only think of Psychic John when I when I think about the fix which you should One thing leads to another four. That was being an eighty three. So I think we'll be talking a little bit about more about the fixed link away you just gave it away. Oh maybe I did. Maybe I didn't know that was a you're not. We weren't looking at the camera chart well okay now reached number that's on the billboard chart confusing our audience so as you talk about side. Kernan you I have a fun. Fact about psych earned. Do Okay you know the band simple minds very familiar with simple my okay. Do you know the song. What's what I what song that comes to mind when you think of simple minds. Don't you forget about me? Yes okay so back in eighty three. I guess I'm sure when before breakfast club came out There was a Producer wrote the song with the simple minds in in in mind. He wrote the song for the simple minds and he gave it to Jim. Kerr and he's like no. This sounds like something. That's I am not interested in this. Do this how did they ruin the story? It's fine but But yeah so he went up to so simple mines and Jim. Kerr was like no. This just sounds like someone who tried to emulate the simple simple minds and I don't i. I don't think we're going to do this song. I don't WanNa do this. Oh so this. Producer brought it to The song don't you forget about me to Bryan Ferry. He brought it to billy idol and he brought it to Cy Kernan. All of them turned turned it down however I could imagine. Those are all good choices. That would have been a lot different. I can imagine billy idol. Sing DOJ. Yes I can hear. I can hear the voice but I can't hear the fixed doing it for some reason. Oh yeah well it said. It didn't say psych earn in It didn't say the fix it said side Kernan. Okay so I think maybe they just brought it to him like. Oh you interested in doing this. Sounds interesting he could have. He could have done it but they all passed and then he went back to to Jim Kerr and then he's fine. I'll do it and the rest is history. Yes it is. Wow Yeah so anyway. Yeah so. There's your fixed trivia that I have asked very. That's that's a great tip it. They passed up on history and simple. My I mean the fixed could be simple minds now. Yeah you could be like thinking wows fix. Were my favorite band there. If now don't you forget about me by the fix So yeah this is still on the charts. It moved up to number forty so this brings me to my asterisk as we as we've mentioned we go through the the K rock playlist the the nineteen eighty-three one and the updated list. What's now inserted in between the police and safe? Zero synchronicity. Two and the fixes saved by zero is the violent femmes blister in the sun. Very good moves into number forty one and I actually emailed Freddy Snakeskin to ask him why was the why was violent fans blistering Sun not on this list and so he responded by saying Kay rock for whatever. Reason didn't actually start playing them until a few years later. Nineteen eighty-three was much more of a sense. Pop Year for us not to the exclusion of other things by design but with so much music flowing into the station back. Then sometimes they just slip through the proverbial cracks. That's very interesting because that's a very distinct differentiation. Because if you would've asked me about the violent about blister in the sun I would have thought I remembered hearing it back. Then you know I would remember that. It was time for me for years later but I didn't realize so you're so what he's saying is correct. Didn't play that much. Violent films didn't play any violent films back. Then Yeah we. I think we discovered violent films probably through college radio. Yeah Yeah I guess you're well. I started college in nineteen eighty three. So there you go yeah. They were very much a college rock band. Yeah okay so now. K Rock has Has Co opt them nine hundred ninety three exactly? Hey this was the song back then. We didn't play it but now we do. Yeah Yeah exactly. You're asterisk right. Is this what? You're about the blister in the sun. Yes that was and that leads me to number forty three Bill Nelson acceleration. Is this on the updated list? Of course not no. This is not on the updated list. This is the one sign. It's not on their updated list but I can understand. Why Freddy snakeskin played it. Were you familiar with bebop deluxe? Yes yeah yeah. This is from. This is kind of like the King Crimson. Of the time's up deluxe king grams in about Just an art rock. I didn't put that together with him with bebop deluxe until and then it. All kind of came back to me. Thou doubts band. I almost like last night. I stayed up too late because it'd be like Oh my God this is. This is some good stuff. Yeah that's that's great. I mean if you like Roxy Music and t rex and all that the Glam rock stuff. They were of that Sound you love the nineteen seventy two seventy five. It's really good. I think maybe you should stick a as a as an extra added. Bonus it be BOP deluxe on the on the list. We can do that. Yeah no did you. Did you know that he produced a Gary Numan nineteen eighty three album warriors? Okay Yeah Gary Numan himself said Bill Nelson was his favorite guitar player. Barnen marks however. Oh what there's a caveat yes. He's my favorite guitars. However no they they didn't Key they didn't maintain a working relationship and ultimately Nelson chose not to be credited for his production on the album. That's pretty extreme. Yeah I would say so so you really wonder what went on. Write something at. What does he think about? What would have to happen in order for you to not take credit for as a producer there used to? There's a name I'm going to look it up. But when a when a director does not want to be associated with the movie on. Smitty thank you you had that. At THE READY IONS IS RANDOM YUKON. Surprise. Wow Yes so Alan Smith. So the he Alan Smith He. This is album. Yeah Nice all right so proud of you see you say that as if I know nothing you we're content of knowledge when it comes to like in that instant thinking of a name. We're like headlights. Every time we allen Somehow Alan Smith. He comes up quite a bit in the cantos household. I don't know why. Wow okay very good all right. So yes he Alan Smith. He'd love it okay. So that is that song is no longer the K rock list. But it'll be on our spotify playlist and on our on our website that you can access. Wd Im PODCAST DOT COM lease. Sign up all right so now we go to B fifty. Two's which is number forty two and it's the kiss. We talked a lot about whammy in a few episodes back which was a lot of fun we did I. I've decided just so you know from here on out. I'm letting you cover all Athens Georgia bands. Okay so just give it to me. There's nothing more to add. I mean this song was made number nine on the US dance charts and you know it's got the classic line. Come on Mommy and throw me that Army Fred Schneider. He wasn't on C- again. I can't remember the song we we Legal Tender. Thank you welcome. Wow you're you're covering for me today. I think we're not even prime time right now. I think we've we see the Grand Canyon still affecting my my The Oxygen Ari. Yeah ever for you appreciate their so anyway. The the B fifty. Two's kiss beautiful love it. Actually I saw. They're playing as always flying this summer at the ball. So you're GonNa go I might. It's always good time. Yeah they're always a good time. How can you not have a good time at their shows? I can't imagine I love Volvo. They're amazing okay. Oh so that brings us to so. That's number thirty eight. Which means that there was one song that was at number thirty nine. That was not on this list. And it's another big band. That was surprising. I think this version that they played would be alive. Version that this band played in Colorado to you too. Yes which eighty-three yeah can't be bad though can't be forty now through Sunday bloody Sunday so I don't I don't know if this is the version from eighty three. 'cause war came out in eighty three. Okay so this is again. I will defer to Freddie who says it was synth pop time and They Sunday Bloody Sunday is clearly not that. So maybe they didn't play Sunday Sunday back in eighty three which is hard to believe also seems impossible but it was not. It's not on the list. It's not on the old eighty three list crazy right. Yeah so that that would be the only explanation. Yeah so it's good to good to get some Some feedback from Freddie on that. Okay so now oh. I try due diligence to final song of our podcast. This this episode and the forty-one correct more parentheses that's true so but which way do the practices go well it's called whisper to a scream and in parentheses it's called birds fly or however in some countries it was birds fly parentheses whispered to scream. Is that true? That is super others Dave. If you can't tell me which Oh wait oh wait in you're right in the UK. It was bird fly and then whisper to a scream was in parentheses. Thank you and it charted twice in the UK in only number eighty nine in its releasing nineteen eighty-three but fifty two released the following year. So much like red wine songs. Come out again. Released a lot of themes in this This episode I like the way your string together. Try and find out how it all ties together. Well do you know the connection to the Beatles won't go ahead? This is exciting. Please tell me from Liverpool. Okay love it. Yeah all right other Liverpool Band Hood Leeann. Liverpudlian is that right. Yes are echoing the bunny men from Liverpool. I'm looking it up right now. Echo in the buddy men or from Liverpool so they're liverpudlians also. We are a lot of Liverpool Taw well. Liverpool bands bands at break out. Well that's exciting that even though it feels like a kid rock song it it made onto the mainstream rock charts at fifteen kinda crossed over. It kinda had that has like that. Bow Percussion deal. You know little tears for fears. Actually if you think about it yeah yeah. Yeah but it's definitely correct to me. I would never I if you if you didn't say that. It had charted on mainstream rock. I don't know that I would have guessed. Do you know why they They reverse the parentheses. Explain here please do you know. Please explain your I heard why Fountain of knowledge you know. That's not that's really not true. A reversed the parentheses so it would be easier to find in record stores in the United States. Okay birds because you look up. You look easier. Look Birds Fly than Than Whisper to a scream. Oh because everyone hears whisper to a scream because because you don't hear birds fly. I don't think I fly if you if you if you had said if you know the song birds fly. Nope don't know that. Now it's definitely whisper to a scream. I mean people because they say it in the chorus It's time for our quiz book. And you have to ask the questions to me so you can show off more of your knowledge because last week as I remember you failed to remember who you to. U2's debut album was called. God not throwing that back at you. Yeah well you should you should. That's horrifying yeah. I said October right. You did yeah boy embarrassed. What see what we can bear me on. Nothing there's nothing I don't know I I seem to have lost a lot of oxygen. I see you're getting your second wind. Okay who had hit. Nineteen eighty-three with Joanna are would be A. I'm I'm thinking of Rosanna. Joanna is cool and the gang. Exactly Rosanna Joanna Rosanna. Rosanna Joanna Danna. Oh all right. I'm pretty sure you're going to get all these. In fact I am. I'M GONNA I'M GONNA wager. You're going to get one hundred on this one okay. Who released US ON BLUE JEANS? Nineteen eighty-four we'll bluejeans David Bowie in very good. Who had it in nineteen eighty three with the song? Let's dance the same. I'm not even looking at the answers to this. The album purple rain was released by which artist I would be prince which sung by the group. Blondie contains the frayed. I'M GONNA be your number one The tide is oh. I'm sorry I don't please. Don't you know here's something I did not know? Cover song first recorded by Jamaican reggae band the Pentagon's titus high. Yeah Whoa you have more more reggae though right yeah you can hear this as a reggae song for sure. Oh Yeah I can't hear red red wine as a non reggae song. The title high is a nineteen sixty seven single much like red. Red Wine was also nineteen sixty seven. We're all tying this together. Yeah crazy right. Wow there's a lot of inter connectivity today Fun Fun Fun Okay keep going. What was the name of the album released by fleetwood MAC in nineteen eighty to eighty two? That would be barrage very good very good. In which year did Madonna re release the album? Trueblue trueblue. No no don't hold on eighty five o made a choice. Yeah like virgin was eighty three and then true blue was number was the third one so was it. Eighty four or eighty six. Yes Oh all right so let me give you credit for that. Because I didn't even give you the choices no by does because you want to win. No you ultimately landed on it. Yeah well I had ten choices okay. Who was responsible for playing keyboards in the Group? Durant Iran in the nineteen eighties. Nick Rhodes good who had a hit in? Nineteen ninety-three with flashdance. What a feeling I was Irene. Cara then when you have to talk because we were talking Last week we talked about the number one hits that was a parentheses song ellipses dot dot. What a feeling who released the song hard habit to break in one thousand nine hundred four Chicago. See I win. Oh you got them all okay. So let's wrap this up already. Yes again we have a website. We're GONNA have a website and we will be putting together. A L probably initially. Be a monthly. Yeah initially monthly. Maybe weekly but we'll put in eighties facts and a little will. Blurbs in whatever's going on in the world of eighties music maybe all backward masking whatever you whatever it takes It'll be it'll be nice. It'll be a quick. You'll you'll look through it and put a smile on your face so please sign up at our website which is WDM podcast dot com. Yes and that's that keyword is perfect for also. You can use that for twitter right twitter. Instagram FACEBOOK WELL. Or You could just type. In what difference does it make? You WanNa know what difference it makes artist. Wd Im podcast is where you can find us on all social media platforms correct. That is correct our loved. That's okay because trying to make it easy for you. And their explanation was very easy. Our try your host circles yes be. Im podcast for all your social media. 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Salisbury Steakout: NBA Putting Together An All-Star Game, Big Game Halftime Show

The Sean Salisbury Show

13:18 min | 2 months ago

Salisbury Steakout: NBA Putting Together An All-Star Game, Big Game Halftime Show

"Danya house here warner three back to the saudi back to the snuck back to discern sloppier show on sports. Talk seven nine sean. Now salisbury steak out. Free stake out on the. Sean sounds barillot and by the way carson wentz if the eagles will stick it out here in a second if the eagles wanted to get rid of carson wentz and they do it before the like mid march maybe the nineteenth or It's thirty three almost thirty. Four million dollars. They'll suffer a cabinet and if they do If they do get rid of him it'll tell you how they feel about his game. As we discussed i i don't know listen. It just doesn't seem to me like carson wentz is twenty twenty one salary is what twenty five and a half million bucks. That's a lot of money if cut. Is june one designation. They'll oh wince that kind of money if it's june one or later is i. I just don't doesn't look to me the optics carson. Wentz belongs in philly anymore. I actually think he needs a change. And if i was the eagles i would probably. If i got first round pick for him i would do it i would. I would suck up the cow cockpit. And i would just say we've got a If entities cut after june. I i guess. I'm reading here. The the can spread out the fifty nine point two million dollar it over two years. So we'll see how you're talking almost thirty million bucks a year and a cap it but like i said it'll be a loud message if they were able to ship him and you're willing to take that capital to get carson wentz off your team so we'll obviously continue to follow that see what happens. Let's get to mark and then we'll stick it out. Mark welcome drop. Dang mark. See people start patient. Are they You know a video of preacher easterby. Yeah well you got you to in to here to your preacher michael. Connor law jesus. Yeah tell how. Tell markle back in your preacher voice. Mock behoove you in the name of the hall to call back your your idiot love. I love it them. You you kinda got him down. Do you think about making a switch. No you don't. I thought what if what if you're if you're boyd j. o. Joelovesbeets have come speak to us. Michael i'd say. How much does that check for. Five thousand people out of money. I gotta get my cut. Five thousand on sunday for an hour do five thousand but man my class the other day you know this whole buying a house thing. It gets expensive found out where we're not even. We're a month thin like next week. We're in the kitchen making dinner all of a sudden. We hear this glass shattering. Noise walk into our bathroom. The glass door has shattered everywhere. The hell welcome to you. Can't call maintenance your apartment i know. Yeah sucks bless you man all right. Let's take it out. That's a good place to start what's happening. What's on your mind today. Dude how about the nba. The rockets obviously woodland good for gifts. You know we're going to do that in the eight o'clock hour but i liked to start with the nba is a whole. They're going to have an all star game. After cancelling it. It was supposed to be. I think in indianapolis they're gonna have it in atlanta the not. Stop the alon. James actually spoke out on the last night. Says he's going gonna have zero energy. Zero excitement for the game talked about how there was a short off season. How they're still pandemic going on. Do we think that this is a smart idea that we're having an all star game when we can't keep ourselves having games consistently so braun braun. The broad said he won't have any energy and he said that he will be there physically but he won't be there mentally and he basically ripped it apart but he said it's out of his hands is the players association that agree to it with the league to do ron brown right. I do broad broad. i think he's right. There's no reason to guard. There's no reason to have this game. Okay well then. I guess that's what we're going to go with with ron brown. If i agree. I don't know why we're doing it. Especially once you cancel it right. Yeah why in. The world isn't land better than india minus us go back to the city wings. Baby that's is that what's up at the crib they're atlanta how'd you become an atlanta fan again Long story short. I super bowl. I remember back. Tobacco was denver in atlanta. And my dad hates john elway so naturally as a six seven year old child. Now we know why. John elway's overrated. Yes i've hated john. Elway my entire life. I can't stand the dude that's just just that's so week i'd like to kick your ass. Yeah we might as well kenya. And then we'll you know tyler you give you. The right hander is right hander around. Mc today we'll give you the right handed on another tyler. You telling me your dad. To haiti elway is made you in. Atlanta falcons fan because that's super bowl. So that helped. Influence my decision into the falcons. Fandom it became official non reversible once. They drafted michael vick because he was my favorite player in college. There you go okay makes sense. I'll i'll i'll buy in part of your buying but Noel nba all star game so mci. I'm in truth. I'm kind of on lebron side. On this i don't know why we cancelled and then re i thought that man we're time we're trying to keep people out of harm's way boys play. That doesn't just add for three days. They can spin it. i mean. what's the reasoning. Started the hotel right exactly. So i mean because we got to put it on tv or because the the nba the contract tv contracting. I could care less to be honest with you. I'm with lebron. Yeah he'll show up because that's what he's supposed to do but i can't imagine the too many of them are going to be into it. I think it's a. I think it's a quite frankly. A dumb idea. I was it was well. You know it's fun to see one hundred and sixty one hundred. Eighty one seventy eight if you like offense but if you're ever gonna cancel it all star game wouldn't this be one of the years too i mean for cancelling rodeos and everything else. I know there's more people involved. Why are we trying to force and we'll still postpone regular nba game but we're gonna throw in a an all star game doesn't make sense right the one that doesn't matter so ron i'm with lebron on this man i get it. I don't understand it and it makes no sense here. Houston i mean. Look if there is one there's going to be. I think christian criminal came out eight. Yeah i still think you would probably get in somehow but now it's like you know he who knows how long he's going to be out. I doubt he'd be available for this game. There's no reason why. How serious does it do. We know immoral today. They're thinking they're hopeful for like a three week window. That's a bummer. Because he's play. He's he's had such a great start. He rolled a pretty bad. Yeah he was reading three weeks and the second time in three weeks. He's had an mri on this right. Because this this was this was this ankle was bothering him a little earlier right yeah. That's the one same one. So i listen. This guy's having a great. Yeah that's a guy that probably would love the all star game because you know if he made it would be an opportunity. Plan i get it. Lebron like four hundred of them. So i understand but yeah. That's a bummer. Because christian woods been playing lights out basketball. We'll obviously keep an eye on that and how the mri turns out. Alright heavy t what you got for me so this weekend during the super bowl the weekend. We'll be doing the halftime show on the greatest game that takes place the united states playing the weekend song today. Yes i have. They play songs on a friday heading into the weekend for the week. Who's playing this weekend to ride up the weekend on a sunday. Play the songs that are the weekend you see what you did i. Did you unleash the box that yes you did works. What about him anyways. So i'm just if you had your choice of halftime show. Let's say next year it is. La i believe halftime show obviously hasn't been announced and events. Who would you pick diamond testing choice. Neil diamond neil diamond barry. Manilow stole live. I think he is. I just haven't set up there with the chair. Or james taylor and sing mandy and very mental remand. Low is seventy one seventy seven. All right oh man d you just want him to do a mandate. Oh i know you. He's on he's all over be. Ibm yeah who would. I really want to the end bowel movement. What very mantle via. Yeah okay there. You go that big. It's if it's not neil. Diamond singing sweet sweet cab relaxed the national anthem. Yeah let's see. Who would i want sing. Mcu got one. I got gotta think 'cause you gotta think about entertainment value. Good music If it's actually going to be played in la which. i would assume that they're not gonna move it at this white. That's where i'm thinking. I got somebody from right. They're gonna go. They're going to hollywood thing like it's pry over the top crappy. Seen of course i can't wait till the super bowl's in las vegas. That's when it's going to be a real show. Oh we got to give way newton not waiting noon. Yeah grave that's a well. He's the one out the key is the one out waned. What is he can't move his face. He's got more bo toxin that yes i walked around on the real housewives of orange county or whatever i want way newton and selene deante. That's what i want. I'll tell you why vegas all of the people at that time. Who have residencies in. Vegas will join together. It's the most memorable halftime says. Yes i agree. I'm with you on that. And then we'll have david copperfield do Do some magic little press to digitization a with that in mind. I can't wait till it gets to vegas to be with you. That's one that's one we have the whole weekend. Yeah matter of fact. I'm going during the bye week just two weeks. I was thinking time. Yup i'm with you. Who would i really want in la. You know i'd have to think about it hard. I don't know i I i it's gotta be. It'll be hollywood it up. But i think super bowl's always have to be. You gotta have somebody. That's that's dancing around and great music. It can't be mellow. Nobody wants a mellow suitable. So that counts out. I thought manel it'd be a great choice but maybe matt thomas will agree with me Let me think about this question. Mantle would for have battle. O neil diamond. Mix in some james taylor like i said we'll get like a four hour added. Why don't we just have ferguson. The national anthem again. Let me tell you something. There's only one person who's got a better voice than fergus. You and it's not difficult or jesus or jesus. Yeah i'll ask jackie's to be about how great voices yeah. She'll hit the high notes to okay thirty. Jesus and there's i mean you you decide who's voices better all right so that. That's a good question to tyler. What would be your super bowl halftime. Act interesting this weekend. It'll be who the weekend is that what it is Tyler the weekend on the week on this weekend. Yeah what if what. The game was played on a wednesday. That would cut a screw this up. Wasn't it maybe weird to see football on wednesday but then again this season we saw football every single day. I think it's always the weekend agreed. Oh he's canadian in hell outta here. Yes yeah dude. Listen canadians loved the germans. Love david hasselhoff. Okay don't ever forget that sportstalk seven hundred. You don't know david hasselhoff. Is david landow burger. Yes i know. Who is you know who. What's his favorite. What's this show baywatch. Okay just make sure you know all about hasselhoff man as a kid. I've seen baywatch there. You go well. Who has it. I've been watching reruns like twenty four days in a row now dude. Obsequious i'm like. I'm like Intrigued and i'm obsessed with hasselhoff. i really just. How cool is when you've got like the the gold chain. I mean just in the shorts. He wears those skinny legs running down to be. I mean hasselhoff what it's all about if you aspire to be anybody you know who should aspire to be david. Halcion stock never ninety little specks. Pick of the week. We'll get started early next. Sean salisbury shell.

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AP Headline News Mar 20 2019 10:00 (EDT)

AP Radio News

03:35 min | 2 years ago

AP Headline News Mar 20 2019 10:00 (EDT)

"I'm ready to make my credits. Can I'm ready to take classes from university. That will help me build a my experience it prepare me for the future. That would make me feel supported a courage and connected. Click this ad or go to online ODU dot EDU today. AP radio news. I'm Rita Foley lay. What is the biggest threat to the world environment? If you said climate change your at odds with the new EPA head Andrew Wheeler says the biggest threat globally is probably unsafe drinking water. He tells CBS news climate change is an important issue. But it's unreasonable for democratic presidential candidates. Do focus so much on it because he says most of the threats climate change poses are fifty to seventy five years out climate. Scientists though say global warming needs immediate action. The UN says now is the defining moment to do something about it. Saga megani? Washington mowing reportedly expects to have a software update for it's seven thirty seven max aircraft by Monday. The aircraft was involved in two deadly overseas crashes within five months one in Ethiopia the other in Indonesia. Investigators suspect the flight control system may have been involved in at least one of those crashes that massive fire at a petrochemical facility near Houston is out international chemicals company says the blaze was put out as of three a m but warned it could flare back up again, the tax that caught fire contained components of gasoline and materials used in nail polish remover, glues and paint. Fitter IT says crews will continue spraying foam and water on the storage tanks to cool them down. I Mike Rossier at Tennessee woman says Vanderbilt University Medical Center operated on the wrong kidney during her surgery, and she now needs dialysis for life. She suing for more than twenty five million dollars. Vanderbilt isn't talking and east Saint Louis. Teachers accused of forcing preschool children to stand naked in a closet with the door open as punishment from this behaving a second teacher allegedly witnessed this but didn't report it. This is AP radio news. Songs by earth wind and fire Neil diamond, and Cindy Lauper are among those the library of congress is saving for posterity. There are twenty five recordings at the library of congress wants to remember this year in a special way. They have been added to the national recording registry of the tunes added to the registry this year. Neil diamond's. As well as the Jay Z album blueprint and the schoolhouse rock collection. Also in this. She has registry, Martin Luther King dedicated his life. I'm ready to take the next step. I'm ready for university. That will help me advance in my education and career university. That will make me feel supported an connecting ready for ODU online quickness at or go to online ODU dot EDU today. This February history will be made millions will watch as eighty years of unjust stigma is left in the past a product that drove good people to the black market will be revealed as one that's creating a new global market, this February what inspired the symbol of counterculture will at long last be seen as just culture the new normal as coming. Will. You be one of the first to see it, MS admendment dot com to watch an exclusive preview.

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Call Me Kevin (DHS01)

The Dental Hacks Podcast

21:13 min | 1 year ago

Call Me Kevin (DHS01)

"Our friends at micro copy dental have been making damn good burs for more than fifty years. You need to give their single patient use. Burs try you need to request a free sample of their damn good neil diamond. One one one six six point eight C it's a workforce round and taper course Berg for crown prep an operative. It's a terrific bird by any standard but the fact that it single patient use it means. There's no risk of cross-contamination and you always get a great cutting brand new out of the package bird. Go check it out at dental hacks dot com slash slash damn good burs let micro copies experienced change the way you see dentistry with their damn good burs dental hats shorts so here we sit at six thirty nine or early morning on Friday morning voices dentistry and I thought it was going to be kind of alone in here and I'm not. We got people coming in setting up some sponsors some podcasters I ran into this guy. Couldn't recognize him from a distance but then I saw his hair and I knew exactly who it was dot Kevin Fryer joining joining me. Oh Hell you. You called me Doctor. When I walked in? It was a little weird weird. It was weird. Why Aloe referred to you as Dr Meade for this for the rest of ever? Why why why do you think where do you think the whole doctor thing came from like like well? I think that we are. We have have a specialized training in some right And there is sort of needs away needs to be a way to set us apart However I don't know about you I don't really like to be called knocked her? I introduced myself to my patients as Kevin a encouraged myself. This Kevin to it's weird right. I heard I think I wait wait. I thought I'd like to do that. I like to. I like to sort of put him on a little bit. Like they're like wait. I I thought I was at Dr me. No Kevin just call me names. I know but I want you to call me Kevin so maybe in the future that all Dennis should just be called Kevin Doctor. I think that makes a ton of sense and in fact I think the tradition should be that when someone is called Kevin. That's a signature of respect. Basically well so it should be. I should be absolutely aren't it. I just I do think though it's like the because I mean obviously it's not just dentist Dr College Culture Your Instructors Structure Data really. I mean I wasn't going to say it but now that you put it out there I'm really thinking about it. Yeah so ah I mean I think that they became a doctor by by reading line and stuff and then writing some stuff you haven't PhD patients. Yeah Yeah I do and you know why they make you call the doctor under no mine. Do I mean like a so. We have Dow Chemical Joshua Scott in the house. I used to see you. That's all right. That's how it works at voices industry. You've got their people might even streak your videos. You never even know accent. Yeah no I five and again from yesterday man. Yeah Yeah because I I remember from last year. I don't get to record as much as I want to. So like unsealing moments doing so good to see you are sorry Calvisano where I was but it was really important. Dow Chemical Okay Dow Chemical had at one point had the highest per capita anywhere in the world. That's the town I grew up and I don't have a ton of patients from Dow because these price stick around midland but some they don't come in ask him to Dr Some of mine do and I just it's funny. How about your team members? Do you make them call you. Doctor meet they do. I would prefer the they do sometimes. I've asked them a lot of times not to but I guess is at the office. I think the the formality is that they do. Yeah so our convention is around. Patient's doctor Fryer or Sir or or or Your Majesty I'd be down with Your Majesty. I mean there's a certain even higher level of respect even than Kevin in private they call me Kevin or Hebei Kind of depends on the employees right. Oh yes so missy calls you Kevin Right. Yeah it's funny. When she calls me Doctor Fire in front of a patient it makes me WANNA laugh? It sounds it. Sounds like she's pissed at you. Weird Dr Fryer. What am I in trouble for now? Exactly it's like when your mom used your whole name right exactly same kind of thing. So why are we here again. Oh just I thought we just kind of show up open lay by the pool. Oh yeah this is the voices of dentistry. Yes it's a meeting that we have last this. This is the third year we've had it in Scottsdale which is better than Michigan. Turn out in Michigan was terrible. We never tried. That again is because the weather was terrible. And I don't think you could pull this off in Cleveland anywhere in January no I. I laughed because people have had multiple people need to bring to east coast them except separately January. We throw this out. You You just in the future in the summer Cleveland's okay And there is a rock and Roll Hall of fame. There then has a meeting place and it's about recording right. Good Point Rock and roll good point. Yeah so do they rent out like Bob Dylan and stuff like what he come and you can't well. There's a package I think for for the highest the gold level is Bob Dylan Pink Floyd and one of the surviving Beatles. They come they come and serve your coffee and I think that that I think that's a good call. I wonder what what do you think the D. level probably it's like it's like the remaining members of the J. Gyles band or something and some local like. I don't know if you know who the raspberries are Eric. CARMEN LIVES IN CLEVELAND. Still he just comes down. Eric Carmen. Eric Carmen represented bad plastic surgery before people even talked about bad plastic surgery. He doesn't live too far away from the actually. Ah Hungry is for you. I've never seen him in person. I have read about him in the newspaper. And that's all I'm going to say about. I see I see I. I did not realize that you're Carmen. was was a thing still. He's not hungry is does a deep deep no. Hey look child of the eighties. What are you GONNA do So maybe that Brock Hall of Fame Statue. That'd be we are kind of rock stars in our own right you know. Yeah well you are. I'm I'm I've been wondering Ruby. I like the Bass player here in the background. Just looking cool and not having to say very much there is something to be said for being the Bass player you know. Honestly it's all of the benefit and Kinda finding none of the responsibility. You think if the Bass player just stepped away and didn't play for a while people even notice in a lot of cases probably not probably not. Yeah Keyboard player could probably pick up for him. You know if there was a keyboard player I agree. Do you think keyboard players are are what's missing in today's rock and roll like the like the genesis style style where where banks. What's was first name Anthony Banks? I think I think had like four racks of keyboards all around them each. Don't see that anymore more. I feel like I feel like we're less for it. I like real instruments in my rock and roll so those are not real. They're real but going back to Ah Raspberry Mode Power Trio Drums Bass Guitar. Only that's kind of cool. Yeah I enjoy keyboard my more more. Enjoy a real piano so I'm all about the authenticity of the musical instruments. But you know I'll take a keyboard if that's what you're giving me I've just I'm sort of going back to that. That sort of mid eighties thing. Yeah well that's synthesizer soon that you must enjoy going back to the ban Steph. Chessmen he he was he was like probably the the best of what rock and roll keyboard head to offer. Personally well my angel is a centerfold. Yeah and that's what I've heard I've heard I. I didn't have the nerve to actually ask her. But that's what I've heard. Ah Is there a voices. Dentistry calendar pin-up calendar should be Jason. Is this wandering into new territory. Literally on this morning's episode owed dental x podcast. I do believe that Jason proposed the voice of Dentistry pinup calendar. You really did it. It was going to be a podcasters. Good Morning Dr. So you jump on okay. He doesn't want he sweat. He doesn't WanNa jump on well. Dr Smith Now's house that's what she said do so so I think actually that has legs It doesn't have to be only female there's GonNa be like don't you. Figure January kicks off with Moody. Yeah Yeah and in some just moody and some sort of sexy pose. Yeah every post rose. Spokesperson Moody is a sexy pose. Let's be honest. The speedo can be picking his nose and it's hot sex simple as that And then you could sell that. Yeah lead with that for sure it could be the top twelve dentists. Top twelve podcasting and just MHM in the United States could be yeah could be international. I suppose it could be a Canadian Canadians and international airports. It's you know the the the little airport by me is an international airport. Because I think he's got. You had one flight to Toronto at one point and so the yeah exactly yeah well. I jokingly referred to myself as the International Dennis because I had a family that moved to Germany that would only come back for cleanings and at Christmas time. I'm visiting families like Oh yeah patients patients of flying for Germany and I love the fly industy. Yeah we got a lot of patients fly into his style up. Yeah I used to jokingly Brag about that all tongue in cheek I have patients that fly in to see me because their parents Insurance we take it and and they go to school somewhere else so they fly in to see me so I I totally our patients of flying the seamy. Yeah I love the in Asians of all. There's no dentist them if they could possibly do as good a job as I do. Yeah so when in reality in my case it was the convenience for home for Christmas and we need to get stuff done. I don't really only in Germany for a year. I don't really I don't really WanNa find the dentist there. Yeah and I wanted to go through the language barrier and all that apparently apparently in Germany right now they just released a A prime meal. Yes so I don't know about you but I woke up to a sexy text this morning from my dense play. Rapid Hall was sexy. That said said a new mill was released today which is Great? But it's not something that I'm interested in right. Yeah yeah well. We'll the new mill work with mckim or the Blue Cam. That'd be awesome right. I think it will work with McKenzie. I don't really know anything about to read camps totally powering. You're doing all that stuff but the new prime male. I don't know anything about it but I'm sure that we're going to find out. A whole lot is in the other thing is the next day and for sure anyone going to Chicago. You're going to be able to see it in all of a sudden. The prime skin doesn't seem all that sexy 'cause now there's a prime milk. Yeah well I'm still rockin rocket nominee cam and the and the regular meal that The patients or even surviving Kevin. Honestly I don't tell them that that it's just regular match isn't just a plain old male you don't tell them yeah. I wouldn't totally like I'm using expired. Composite composite was good up until February twenty twenty but when it was March twenty twenty. Some reason something happened inside of there just crumbles brought. It's no good I. It is a little frightened to go through your your materials and stuff sometimes and see how old some of it can get. I mean clearly. It's it got old because you weren't using it. Which is fine so it's not like I was worried about putting patients miles but it is funny that much like my refrigerator? You can go through your frigerator and your cabinets limits and there's a lot of stuff we had a little bit of that Month or two ago Pulled some composite off the shelf. Just use it for you know in the lab Well actually it's it's good for that stuff to in the lab because it's just an amazingly works a lot like composite Vidal's notes old and rotten. Yeah makes you wonder. Yeah it does make you wonder we had a conversation with a guy About Gray market items and your was interesting. WHO's enlightening so? What was the gist? The just as that He saying gray market items are manufactured to the same specs as a regular items and there would be no well. I don't know how he would know. And he's saying and what I didn't ask him and I should've is like so. Is there any stuff that's manufactured in a different place that would be considered gray market. I should ask. He'll be here to Alaska because then if if there is that's enough to make me go. Maybe I need to but he his point is. It's all the same well. I'm just wondering like if it is manufactured somewhere else maybe China or something that has extra lead in it. Yeah something repay though are the x rays. It'd be perfect ranking like. Just could you need. This composite has extra arsenic. I like I like I like my formulation when mine's gluten free but I I like the extra arsenic you down there. Yeah what the heck. Yeah I mean I think that lends to radio passing. I have not seen patients poisoned from it. Alpin looking to say so. You pretty psyched. I voice of Dentistry. Yes I am We look forward to this every year. It is A great meeting and somewhat of vacation And when you guys had back I know you train in Sunday okay. We're just talking at this morning. I think we might want to Try to hike camelback on Sunday morning ish and then head back to flagstaff to get the train. Nice later Ron. I'm I'm leaving early Sunday morning. Like part of it is that I WANNA make sure. I'm back in time to see my children on Sunday afternoon. We have to. We have to finish Pinewood Derby car so in as much as I have faith that it could be finished before I get there. It will not be finished before I get. I haven't gone on Pinewood Derby stories do yeah so the one year my dad basically built the whole thing and and my dad was an engineer for General Motors and part of his job. As an early engineer was designing cars so my low Pinewood Derby car looked amazing like you would have to be a child prodigy to have created this coming Thursday. It was pretty obvious what I'm trying to say I didn't do anything. There's a lot of that though. Remember Midland with the high PhD. There's a lot of that in ours and Yeah and mine my kids in the past and we're frustrated that they didn't win which I think every kid kind of deals with. I think they did a fine job. But this year. We decided we're going to try and make it actually aerodynamics anemic so we did the thing where we it's it's just a little just a little wedge. Now my dad cemented a little wrench in the bottom up to make it heavier. I don't know if that was legal. No not yet is what is you have to wait it. You have to wait because especially when I I cut this this wedge. It's you know you you wanted as heavy as you can get it for speed five heaviest thing. The wedge alone with the wheels was like one point two since. I've got a long ways to go. Wait wait so. I've got like these tungsten. Putty he waits and also we gotTA figure out to do that. He wants to have wings on it. And I'm like wings are cool but air dynamic dragged. Just say and so your to my. My car was made by me. It was basically a block with wheels on it which is painted blue In in the spirit of Pinewood Derby. You know what I'm saying so did you were. Were you the big winner your time. Okay so it doesn't matter the first time they judge you for the fact that you dad did it for sure probably every everyone. But it's funny that I can conjure up the the image of both those cars. My Dad's was red with white stripes and mine was just a blue blow. Yeah are we have we had ours was cut last week by my next door neighbor. Because I I'm not really a power tools guy and so getting worked out. Good Jacob doesn't care very much I I am at a point point where I care more than he does which I need to stop because I don't WanNa turn into a Kevin Story. Yeah I'm sorry I wanted to be a doctor. fryer story. Well well these are the things that shape you're young lives do you think. Are you a different person because your dad made your Derby car are you. Are you like are you like. Did you not reach your full potential. Because I just think it's funny and I think I think he probably really got into it. If we could time travel back he was like yeah. We're GONNA win this thing because this was what my job was. Yeah I was really funny I find myself sort of trying to drive the conversation with Jay Cutler. Uh What do you think about this. He's not that interested in my ideas so far I feel like we're still even have regrets for even trying to make it air dynamic but I I do remember vividly vividly like carrying him out screaming that he didn't win the last time he was his sportsmanship was not so good. I remind him that's not gonNA happen this year. Well I would the mansion that nowadays there's an internet and you can probably Google the best design and copy it. It's not even that it's you. Can you can google a car and have them send it to you for less than one hundred bucks. Really like they don't say guaranteed to win. But this one has one blah blah blah. I'm so tempted Jacobson. No I WANNA make one. Except except he doesn't really because he's not doing it. Yeah it's actually. He wants me to make one. He wants to tell me what he wants and then he wants to be criticized. How I've done it? That's kind of how that is sort of my whole life actor nutshell fascination at that time period of my life of making things out of wood. I think it's a cub scout too. So y'all ready for your big presentation Kevin and the the clinical hacks are presenting I am ready triple crown. I've I'm ready. That's why I need to go over a couple apple details with them and make sure that our audio visual stuff works properly That's the only thing I'm concerned about. We can set you up with To have run run through some time when when no one's in there. I'm certain if you'd like to so I think we probably need that and I'm ready Got A couple of jokes. Good you know good. You got some good stuff. I think Jason I have have decided that we're We're just doing a lot podcast so we have. We have a framework. And we're just is GONNA do podcast so we don't have anything super planned. I don't have any great jokes. I hope some you'll you'll make jokes on the fly. I hope I hope so our or you'll make jokes about a fly by someone fly. I could've yesterday just saying I didn't could wasn't you wasn't my zipper. No wasn't you someone else. I was panicked. All I'm saying it's obscene all right. Well let's let's wrap this worry about nineteen minutes almost twenty. That's that's good for. Yeah this is going. It'd be a dental heck short but a bunch of nonsense. Yes well yeah yeah very good very good all right do the sad trombone. Well that's great So looking at this mixer How do you think we should? How do you think the recording according to stop when you push to stop well For those at home there's a giant red button in front of me. That looks like if I pressed it. The whole not only will this podcast. Stop It. But I'll probably stop most of the electricity in Scottsdale and the world the world. So I can trust I sit here.

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TRR644 10 13 20 - TV Tunes - No Bra Day - Virgil From Tennessee

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TRR644 10 13 20 - TV Tunes - No Bra Day - Virgil From Tennessee

"Hey they're Ralph garment here. Thanks so much checking out this free edition of the row report. If you like what you hear, do me a favor subscribe to the Ralph report. So we can put some fun in your ears five days a week, and you can listen for as little as three dollars a month. So subscribed today. So you know miss out on any of the fun. Go to Patriotdepot DOT COM, slash the Roth report and sign up. Welcome to the Ralph report. With Garmon. Well. Hello there boys and girls. Yes. Once again, we've all gathered together for the Ralph reports. So happy to have you here on this Tuesday October Thirteenth Year of our Lord She's move twenty twenty. All Hell She's mid is right to give him. Thanks and praise. Cut Me Oh. Well, I was just about to pat myself on the back because I wrote down here on this piece of paper Tuesday, October Twelfth Oh and I know it's not the twelfth because yesterday was the yes. So today's absolutely the thirteenth essay I. Just I caught myself on the fly and made that quick adjustment in my own head to pro right such a pro. This is a good sign for the show I think this is going to be a top notch show I. Think I'm on top of my game today. Slick real slick. I'm your old podcast, Powell Ralph Garman that grumpy voice you hear in the background is vice host himself. Please give him some applause. Make them feel loved. So he cheers the fuck. It's Eddie pence everybody everybody. Got You down. He's going cycles. You know you you have some down days. Yes. Some update not when that microphone gets maybe just ask little gets hot. So do you ear when the red light is on a where's the light turn on your heart light in the world's words of the Great Neil Diamond at. He said. At, a add edit blah. Oh et sucked you. Know. It wasn't his native language learn the fucking Lancashire if you went to et burger wherever he's from than you. Go to speak his own up a minute I'm not gonNA just slide by. You're guessing eat. This from a quaint little village called E. T. Berg you're assuming that or Ville. He's from a planet isn't any whatever? Doesn't matter. I'm just saying these Goddamn Furner is GonNa come here live in our America least lying lose learned to Goddamn Language Speak American T. elects reecey cups and he received pieces Pc's now got me doing it. Reece's appeases is what he likes. No reason invite the equation. We're GONNA have a good show despite what this guy I'm. I'm in a good mood now. All right. Good. We got a hell of a show lined up for it today kids on the Connor you WANNA know why? Well because it's choose day that means we're going to take a look at one of the Great TV theme songs of All time at your request also talk about the television programme as well. I'm really happy about the choice because this was a formative show for me when I was. Growing up one of the ones that had a big impact on me. Okay. Largely because my sister was obsessed with it. So I bonded with her over this television pro seventy show in the seventies show I was little she was older but she was obsessed and so I I wanted to hang with my older sister. She's got a rule the roost either and we had to watch what she wanted on Friday nights on ABC there. So. we'll talk about that just a little bit entertainment news, great batch of phone calls today so much to talk about it. So I think when it's all over, it's all said and done you're GonNa go. That was an hour and change well-spent thought Garin de I make you that promise you won't regret your choice listening to the Ralph Reed Whatever Day before we get into the show itself I wanna read this email from Britain Zahn, he is from Denver Colorado. He's army member there in the mile high city Andy he is talking about what he plans to do for his kid for Halloween Oh 'cause we brought this up, we're bemoaning the fact that Halloween is more or less canceled this year and a lot of places because trick or treating is being frowned upon. Folks I think have sort of given up a lot of ways. It seems like you don't see a lot of houses decorated and snow. There's some people trying to fight the good fight and I appreciate them for that. But for me I'm like, why am I decorate kids aren't coming by the only reason I did it with the scare the shit out of. Young people. The only joy I got on Halloween and other in a robe. Yeah, flashing. WanNa trick. Here's. A. Couple of. Kings, is I'm giving out the king-size ones this year not the fun side. No I would we had a robot Butler though A. Creepy. Shit Motion Sensor when you come up could start who quote th. Never Mole and you know fun stuff like that. We had Smoke machine last year, and we had deal. You went all out I. Remember that we it was a big thing at the house back when you know I still had one house now I have to. I have an apartment. Yeah. Well, it's true. Anyway Britain wrote in with his idea I thought this was charming and choked me up and I wanted to share this with you, and perhaps if you're a parent out, there are no of lot of parents who listened to the Roth report. Maybe you can make some suggestions of how you're making this Halloween special for your kid. In the age of Covid, he says I ratti the I know you've talked about this before what to on Halloween? Well, my son is eight years old see that hurts me more than Mike and Mike ten she's even starting to sort of. Age Out of that golden era of trigger traits. Sweet spot aid is spot on is eight years old. So he is in prime trick or treating age. But of course this year, it's just not going to happen unfortunately but I didn't the day to go by without anything special going on. So I decided I'm going to build him a scavenger hunt to do around the house and our property. With each solved clear leading to a small bag of candy, little toys or whatnot, and then the final clue will lead him to a large Lego set that I-. Baugh Nice new you'd react strongly dis a figure. This would give him something more memorable than just missing trick or treating her watching a scary movie or something like that takes a little bit more effort on my part and maybe it isn't traditional Halloween but that's my idea for what we will be doing. Good to share with others in the army of people looking for stuff to do and might be a good topic to have people call in with their own ideas for Halloween. Thank you. Britain's on Denver Colorado. That's a great idea. Got Great I. It's gotTa remember that his whole life. Yes it's A. Regardless. Even if it wasn't. Halloween light because of the Kobe situation. Britain. That is a remarkably fund thing for an eight year old kid to do and he will remember that and you are an excellent parents are may I give you? Congrats Bravo. For going out of your way to come up with something clever for your kid to do. So if you've got ideas what you're GonNa do for your kid if your parent or an aunt or grandparent or a kid guardia legal guardian, her kids should be listened to. Send along to send me an email or leave it on the on the Voice Mail Ralph Report Hotline Love to hear what your plans are because I'm sure a lot of parents out there scratching their heads saying, what can I do to make this holiday special in light of the fact that the traditional avenues are sort of closed off the US now One more thing before we get into this show. And this. Comes about well for several reasons. Yesterday I mentioned you know Eddie was say before the microphones went on. you go you go through your your ups and downs. You're especially in this world we're living in some days are harder than others sometimes for no apparent reason, you didn't get the blues because we're all fighting so hard every day on. So many fronts so that it can get get you down emotionally or mentally wake up with the cloud over your head some days get help it i. Mentioned some negative comments regarding the show. Had Me feel a little bit down a couple of days ago? So I know we're all fighting the good fight and I got a voice mail message speaking of the Ralph report hotline from gentleman and I wanted then-prime. They didn't want to go on the air with it but he called me basically because he was having a full blown anxiety attack. was hard for him to even get through the phone call. He took his dog out for a walk just to get some fresh air and to change the scenery and hope that he could work through at any callback Edwards I'm glad that you did sir to let me know he was okay and he did. But he mentioned that calling the Ralph. Report hotline just that number and talking to me virtually by leaving a message. Helped him. Made him feel better yep his only request was I. Know You guys talk about the suicide prevention hotline from time to time? Could you just talk about some resources for folks who are dealing with? mental health issues during this cry and we just had what world mental health day over the weekend exactly and I took that to heart and I realized the show is largely goofy and just about a good time and smile. But I do feel an obligation when the situation arises the touch base on these kinds of things because everybody is struggling with it and I know other members of the army have left similar messages or have mentioned things in the discord Chad or on the live stream events that they're struggling. So I did WanNa talk about this and I didn't know if everybody was aware of it or not, but I wanted to. Give out some resources if you're here in the united, states, this applies to you I know we have a tunnel listeners in Canada and around the world. So I'm sure there are similar sort of organizations and resources that you can find if you go online and just do a little work but this one is called the substance abuse and Mental Health Services Administration, and it's part of the US government. It's the Sam who saw. Is there to work on that I gotta work on they come up with a better acronym or initials or whatever it's called that but SAM. Is the substance abuse and mental health services administration their website is Samba's. Dot Gov S. A. M. H. S. A. Dot Gov. And they have a ton of resources there for folks who are struggling most significantly the SAM has. National help line which is one eight, hundred, six, six to help one, eight, hundred, six, six to help that's four, three, five, seven, and basically that is a free confidential. Treatment Referral and Information Service that's available twenty four hours a day seven days a week all year long both in English and in Spanish for individuals and families who are facing mental and or substance abuse problems, and that's you know that's deceptive than the suicide prevention line, which is also a great resource. But this is more specifically towards people who just either having trouble coping going through something tough or perhaps have a problem with substance abuse that they need to get a handle on. So I wanted to give out that information again, it's one, eight, hundred, six, six to help. And they can refer you to a treatment center nearby. They can give you advice they can. Direct you to community based organizations, support groups all kinds of free information is available through Sam. huff. So I just wanted to recommend it because I think they do a good service and again it's a twenty, four, seven, three, sixty, five. So if you need any help even if it's just need a starting place, maybe find a support group in your area or I guess they're doing virtual meetings and stuff people are going through substance abuse issues or you. Need referral perhaps for a doctor or find some other free medical help for mental health issues the Substance Abuse Mental Health Services Administration hotline. Once again, S. A. M. H. S. A. Dot Gov is the website you can check it out yourself reach connection with somebody even somebody you know if you don't know just make a connection in that that sometimes can be enough to. Kick you out of the funk year in and I have to say more calls than I ever talk about and certainly more than I would ever like are are people who leave messages on the Ralph Report Hamlin. If they just say I know you're not really listening but I know you will hear this and it helps just to say it out loud and if that is the case and by all means feel free to use that phone number for that reason as well that phone number of courses one, eight, three, three. Roy You can always call me there at the Ralph hotline. I, love when you guys reach out there you leave your messages and I get to listen to him. I do hear them all. Then grab a handful of them. We put him here at the top of the show in a segment called goarmy on the line. The. Zach. Play. How Would sound. The brick. Starting off with John John is calling in from our friends and neighbors to the north and Canada yesterday was Canadian. Thanksgiving Day. Yes. So as a tribute to all things, Canadian I played one apparently of their biggest rock anthems up there called Soda Song Soda Go. Let's go get a soda. And we were like, what? The Fuck? All right. Go. Get a soda has no it doesn't. No one dies something like that. Get it. Let's get sodas and no one drowns and no one dies. No one hurts and no one cries. Let's get a soda. We, we were being the dumb Americans that we are we were plex, and so many of you came to the rescue and fills us in on what was behind. Let's get a soda by Kim Mitchell is the artist's name. John from London Ontario started I'll be honest Mitchell gopher so. Actually just. John that was used by madd mothers against drunk driving. Or? Not, drinking and driving that's pretty much sure. Yeah anyway that you want to check out more Kim Mitchell patio lanterns than Hasek's on. Him By yeah. Apparently gophers soda was used by mad and other organizations up in Canada to encourage people not to drink and drive. So says, Hey, what do you say? Let's go for a drink Jesse let's go for a soda in that way you're Kelly we thought he there's no negative repercussions for going and get into soda. Yes. Except for the fact that Kim Mitchell went asked said it has nothing to do with real driving. It's simply about people in conflict whether being a relationship with someone else and to decompress and to to reduce the tension going out and getting a soda something is wholesome as and fun. Is that makes everyone a less tense a second time out a little bit doesn't sound like he's against the the the way his song was appropriated, but he's four drunk I know exactly that was not his initial reason behind it had nothing to do with alcohol. He said it was simply about the escalating a tense situation by going off and get a soda accent. So either way still. Works. Now, John mentioned at the end of that call a song called Patio Lanterns and I've heard from many Canadian army members that Patio Lanterns is Kim Mitchell's big signature. Song Hannity, it apparently is the summer time party anthem of Canada. Okay when you listen when you go to a party at someone's house when everyone's hanging out outside partying in Canada eventually that song will come on and you are I, think by law obligated to sing along with it could the denote now apparently, this song is a point of contention amongst Canadians as well because I also got this call from. Higher, Elson Yoho Eddie. three-star general up. On Tear, Canada. Well if you've never heard of Kim Mitchell I had one thing to say to you. Good. Canada's responsible for two big crimes against humanity. In. Our tweet history. One is our treatment of nations people in the country right I'm sorry about that. And to. Having to listen, to patio lanterns. At every summer event now in the late ninety S. Kim Mitchell is responsible for one of the worst Canadian rocks songs in history. And this is from a country that introduced nickleback. Ah True will let me you mean it i. so now my curiosity is piqued. Some, people say you gotTA listen to it some people say it's the bane of my existed apologizing on behalf of their nation for it. How are we not? Take a little listen to Kim Mitchell's classic rock party anthem from the Eighties Patio Lanterns. If you don't like it. Sorry. But for the next minute a half or so I'm going to introduce the song to the rest of the world. Our House. which Lee Drank. All so sad. I. Be the first to. Kiss under. The. Spanish. was. That, patio lanterns. Tonight making. Well you see it takes a long time to make that much limited. They drank a lot. Didn't you hear them when they were also shy oh? My God don't pick on patio lanterns first half the country mad at US I. Please first of all I didn't patio entered though his Patty Oh lanterns thought it was an When I said. Patio lantern. Making never did for everywhere named Pat you lantern. Patio lanterns well, no because we're not. Lanterns. Patty lantern. I thought that's what I said. Patio Lanterns Patty Patio lantern. I, didn't leave a beginning data was not a big gap. I thought was Patty Lanterns. Which I played with him toward that song more sorry Candida. I apologize for the vice hosts behavior you know Mona make an international incident. One of their few remaining countries that was still talk to us I and won't let us in but they won't still talk to US I. Canada. I, love Canada anyway I don't think that song well how Dare laundry. Listen I. America also has some Oh. Yeah. We have some hot garbage down here dumb. Party. Anthems. That everyone seems to sing along every time. You gathered together a keg and twelve feet as kid rock mouth. fucker. But I'm trying to think of like what it's a quintessential. American song that you hear almost every party may be. Born in the USA by springsteen. Yam maybe that we're thunder road maybe. Sweet Caroline by Neil, diamond sort of a catch all. But we don't really have one per se and apparently sweet home Alabama. Played a lot of. Stuff yeah. When skinner what's the other Goddamn? One Which? Country Rock Bullshit. I got friends in low places. Yeah. That's another one that would. That's pretty good. That's pretty good. We have some hot garbage here. What's the Free Bird Oh. Freberg am here that too much anyway. Listen I'm I'm a neutral on patio lanterns if you love it great if you don't okay but I had to explore it because now I was interested in what's going on in. Canadian like that. That's great I don't particularly like that. Saw Stop Stop saying that why I'm the guy who has to answer the phone calls. About me, they're going to hate on Medi at the Roth report dot com is his email address. By the way if you have a bone to pick with the vice host I, hate a lot of songs here too. That's true. So All I dug up next. Doug has a question I. think maybe time to revive an old segment called. That's my opinion. Hey Ralph and Odi. This is Doug. Four star general and Oklahoma and I have a question for you. All right. When did it become and why did it become unacceptable for men to have long hair I have long hair. Kinda look at me sometimes like I shouldn't have it I just kind of carries about that So yeah, there's no question love you mean by. Definitive or scientific answer for you doug. But I certainly can tell you my opinion. You, ask for his advice and now it's time for route Garmin to give you some helpful hints for living. It's time for that's my opinion. I. Don't think anyone feels that it's not right for men to have long hair. I just think as in most things it it comes and goes with the state of fashion that we're living in. Yeah I mean think about it at one point. In the late fifties early sixties You know once Beatlemania hit guy started growing their hair long in the sixties and a lot of people look down on them to get haircuts boy yet get a job. And there was there was a price to be paid, but there always is when you're sort of going against the fashion of the day and I think right now men's hairstyles seemed to be leaning on the shorter side two guys are cutting their hair short on the side and maybe a little bit longer in the top of you really don't see long long hair anymore even in rock bands and things like that he. Liked the member when like Bon Jovi had that mania air or David Coverdale from whitesnake and seemed like that was the rock and roll signature was long long locks the you don't see anyone really wearing much of that and a lot of bands age out of to like Pearl Jam. They all had long hair at the height of their fame not kiss baby kisses still rock in that shoulder Liangel for a lot of Maple Shag. Jet Black Naturally. Jet Black Insurer all you have gene sarazen spray. Bottles, but here's my point Doug I think the most important part of your question is fuck him that's my point. But however, if you're gonNA say fuck fashion this is a style that I really liked that works for me I. Think you also have to be willing to pay the price of having somebody maybe look at you with aside side I at the Walmart or something, but that's that's on then. Talking, talking down to your waist long hair just like longer hair share I don't care how long doug hair is whatever his length that he enjoys I want him to enjoy it but he can't say when when did it not be okay to wear long hair it's a fashion thing and some people. Don't like that fashion. So the point is you need to be strong doug you need to be strong in your convictions and say long don't care and you're just gonNA keep rocking it because for you that makes you feel good. That's what the important you do. You you in the words of a wise man of the vice host of this program you Sir do you. and. That's my opinion. I love this show I. Love how we get to introduce members of the army to the rest of the army. We've done it with Eric from clearwater Florida. With bridget from Long Island we've done it with the Gen Schmidt and Lindsay from Arkansas. We've had people who have become friends of the other listeners and cool to expand that community and expand our little cast characters that we have here on the show. This guy has garnered a level of support quicker than I think almost anyone else now people are asking, Hey, where's virgil? Hero I'm embarrassed I can't recall the name of Taylor's Dad the. Older guy from I think West Virginia who tells us amazing stories and as such a great voice it might be worth reaching out to him via Taylor to see if he has any spooky stories for a home for Halloween or the Friday the thirtieth episode or a special episode for Patriot only or something like that. He seems like the kind of guy who might have some crazy spooky stories man. Thanks. Scary stories from Virgil, Brown v Amazing I like that idea sir and as luck would have it. Virgil. Called in left us a new message but more importantly left his contact information. No. So I think we're entering a new golden age, of Virgil, Brown. Haze Ralph Nader let serves Virgo Brown calling from Saturday's Tennessee and. I'm sorry I haven't. called. You own a while I haven't listened to your show and been able to listen to your show 'cause Taylor's car's been in the shop and. You know we usually listen to your show In her her her car, she can play radio shows and stuff through phone. She's got a little y'all are s but. Her boyfriend got in an accident. and. Well, that's a whole other stored right DR I. You know I don't want to embarrass her but. His corn bread is thanked. They go through the normal main. But It's all been governor in my truck. And I said well, I missed that row fanatics show. You Tell me what time its own and what station operated on and She says, daddy it's apart cavs than. If you go on the Internet and if you've download. those type turns website and if you. Google this APPS and You if you facebook this and if and I said, well, baby girl is Simpson Butts Candy and nut. So we'd all have a good Christmas but you know I ain't doing none of that. because. This might come as a shock to you all, but I'm not a computer person. Really. And She said, all right wall just play part of the show here on my speakerphone and see did and she played this song. do you played on your show on Friday? called. It was. A spoof of the Monster Mash. Yeah. I remember that Song from my child. Hell by that's on. Fifty tonnes a day around Halloween. Only. It was this. Fall is the monster, Wall. And tyler just was busting gut. She just couldn't stop laughing. She's like a monkey with the plane Joshi just hollering opening. And What she's laughing about and Only thing I could think of was you know when I was a kid. walk boy well, something called Talian Person. you know we say column, Non Time Personal, walk, or day go. Off, guy going to do that anymore. Don't make no sense neither 'cause. route ninety both real good guys and make you know. Kind of name calling. Don't really fly these days though it does. So I just thought if you guys would give me a call. And, maybe explain why that song was funny. Boy I appreciate that. All giving my Ma Ma home number forty three. And I'm home most days so. You can get and not appreciate it a love you may bar. So, obviously, I edited out virgils home number, but he did leave the number and I did write it down. So now it is going to be my great honor. Call Virgil Brown. I can't wait and to explain to him. The significance of Oh, Cardi, B.'s song up and what the W. A. and the key stand for in that song and why in juxtaposition with Monster Mash his daughter found it. So humor as just completely passing the buck on you. Yeah. Yeah. She's not explaining it at all know he's now you do this. Why don't you ask Ralph Dad wide. I finally apparently is what Taylor response was. So wow I'm going to reach out to Virgil Brown from Saudi, Daisy Tennessee and tried to get him on the horn, and if I do I, certainly will record it and play. This might be the most highly anticipated interview. You've ever done. It may be and I will tell him the truth to the best of my ability and then I will if he's still talking to me I will suggest the idea of perhaps a Halloween and his scary story can share can't wait but we're making some movement there in the Virgil Brown world Many of you would be happy to hear that and speaking of. Happy. You know we play a little upbeat music for every day something to get you going in these dark times. We've all can use a to musical reinforcement vic called in with this suggestion, and it certainly is appropriate. Growl Young. Lady Started general from Santa. Just wanted to see suggestion for happy hits. Is With Day removed from watching our new NBA champion Los Angeles Lakers. I wanted to suggest I. Love La by Randy Newman. That's all. I can be driving the patio paint out and it just. Absolutely right. The fuck out reminds me of. However I and the sports teams that I watched and everything in between. Though yeah. That's that's why. On the I love La by Randy. Newman I would think largely responsible for a great many people who moved to the city in the eighties. Hearing, that song makes his town sound like I know a lot of fun and it's how I pictured. This town would be before I moved here. I had it a cassette showing you how long ago I drove to California from Philadelphia. That was part of a short mixed tape of all California songs and I must have heard a four hundred times drive out here. yes. The La Lakers did win the NBA championship congratulations. I don't know. We don't talk a lot of sports on this program except for football. But I'm not a big basketball guy and I'm not a I'm not originally from La. So I've no real connection with the Lakers and so I apologize if for folks out there who who also feel the same way however, I wouldn't play the song of I didn't think it also was genuinely happy in absolutely as pappy and it's a great tune and so I know we have a lot of southern California listeners of course, this is for celebration, not only the La Lakers but it because it's a great tune Randy Newman's I love La. Eight. New. York's. Cold. That's these. Two My side. and. Roll down the win. For avacado. Don't. Stop. Just care. You. Yup. Bird. and. Allow that. Good, tune yes, great driving song. You think you're coming La it's all going to be. I still wouldn't WanNa live in a world now is still love L. as well. All right. Thanks to everybody who called in you too can be featured on the same, but you know what you gotTa do you gotTa call me. I remember when I landed in Los Angeles I. Got my finally got fruit my first job at a restaurant and it was in Glendale California and I was desperate desperate for friends. And there was another guy waiter there who is really a bit of a Dick Allowed now But I was desperate for France. So we started palling around together sort of casually and I was listening to that tune driving in my car and I had a sunroof which opens. So the wind was blowing around was a beautiful day and he was a big burly. Ginger haired guy with a beard in the lyric in their says big nasty red headed by by my side and I looked over and I was like. What I imagined in my head when I heard that lyric big nasty read by my side. Matching something completely different on. Hey there it's Ralph Garman here. I hope you're enjoying the show and if you are why not subscribed the Ralph report, so you can hear it every day Monday through Friday for just fifteen cents a day you can be a one star general supporter and that will get you the show in your ear holes Monday through Friday. Of course there are two three and four star general levels as well, which gets you more bonus content more access to me. So if you like what you're hearing, why not subscribe go to Patriotdepot dot com slash the Ralph report that's P. A. T. R. E. N. dot com slash the report subscribed today so you don't miss a thing. All right boys and girls because it's tears, they would like to take a look at the huge counter that hangs you're on the bat cave all in fact, it's I. think it's on the door of the video ball. We put it because that's how big it is no space anymore no more space. it's got on it. All of the holidays associated with each and every day on the calendar you'd be surprised and how many. Holidays, fall on every day. So we break them down for it by telling you which ones we seem to believe are legitimate which ones seem like bullshit in a segment called holiday or holiday holiday hall. please. Tell me we sal braid route ga today is owned Business Day. Owned business own, Business Day. My own your business or own business own business. Oh okay. W. N. just seems we own own Business Business Day for those who have their own I get it businesses that it should. I'd better name you our own your business off only. Hickey motherfucker just. You'll lantern own business me like own business, dake money owned businesses, solo businesses, business owners, business owners day. There you go. That's better name now owned business. This Day celebrates those business owners who don't simply run their businesses by the way they live. It depends. As you can imagine, this day is particularly near and dear to my heart s as someone who does live his own business. You are basically the Ralph reply family every my friends everyone is involved in my business. It says here, Eddie Pants it they are these social and economic backbone of our communities. They serve as role models with their can do attitude I had no idea they do a can do. Role Model. WHO. Anyway, on this day, they celebrate all independent business owners in the world and pay tribute to them by giving them a little extra awareness and I'm a big believer in this not just simply because I have my own business but because in this economic. Crisis that we're going through it's more important than ever to patronize your local dancesport all the small businesses you know if you WanNa pizza and you want to get it ordered in because you don't want to go to a restaurant because of covid don't order from Domino's or pizza hut find some local pizzerias. Mama. Pop shop that's trying to keep their doors open wonder from them if to get some groceries on Goto when these smaller places yeah, you don't have. To go to the corporate via myths that are out of Walmart will be fine. If you don't shop there, their thriving Eric's will be voting and I tend to buy stuff from Amazon but it's only things that I don't think I can find anywhere else. No. But for the most part I do try to frequent the local businesses that are still open as much as I can. So it's a great idea on his own business day. So we're behind that. Absolutely one hundred percent. Also. The navy's birthday. Happy Birthday Navy told the Navy the Navy Eddie Pence is old. Very, old, very, very old. The Continental Navy was born on this day October thirteenth in seventeen seventy five. So. If you WANNA do the math, you can figure out the held the. Not, good. Doing the math. I. Got a Glock you later here on my desk. So that's one year older than America rag seventeen, seventy six is the America's birthday, right? Well, they were fighting for our freedom right or we shared ourselves in your older than that. Yeah. So do you happen to know how old America is that going to help you know eighteen seventy, six, bison Oh my God. Let me just do some math. You're twenty, twenty minus seventeen seventy, five equals. It's two hundred and forty five years old today. There we go. The Happy Birthday Navy on your two hundred and forty fifth birthday guys aren't it? We salute you. Two ships and a crew of eighty men that was the continental navy on this day seventeen seventy. Two ships and eighty seamen. Really. On their birthday you're GONNA you're. GonNa be you're going to be two hundred, forty five years to come with a better name well, I just that he follows sailors as well. It's better. my dad was a navy man. Oh, that's right. Yeah. So I have a particular fondness for the United States Navy. So anchors away boys and ladies that was sexist was anchors away. Semen. See First sailors seep earthy person see women. Happy Heavy Person Owned Business Talking. Like bizarre. All right. Let's get serious because today is also by the way I gotta give them a bell for the navy as you do. It's also metastatic. Or even get out of metastatic breast cancer, Awareness Day on this day it focuses on the estimated two hundred, seventy, one, thousand Americans were diagnosed with this destructive cancer. It is as you can imagine the the the worst kind of breast cancer although treatments for all kinds are improving metastatic cancer is a stage four cancer that not only invades the breast but all areas of the body affects the liver and the lungs and the brain lymph nodes and more. So. It is a truly devastating not only to the patients but to the families. Therein as well. So on this day, October is breast cancer awareness month. On this day, it's more important than ever to raise money to continue research into metastatic breast cancers, and also besides treatment options also prevention is key. So get out there and get your mammograms, and after your breasts feel for any irregular irregularities or lumps or anything doesn't seem right. Make sure you see Dr soon as possible and always fuck cancer trying. Yeah. As always and line with that today's also national. No Bra, day Oh, which ties in also with breast cancer awareness I if I find that. Completely. I'm all about it almost at a loss for words about all about awareness for breast cancer awareness and this particular day. No Broad Day really drives it home. I think better than almost any other holiday I've noticed browser becoming more and more. Operational. Yes. It does seem like women don't feel obligated to have to wear one all the time and I say be free you let go live free allow your body to enjoy the freedom they comes for being untethered other an article to do the pandemic the corn women not wearing bras. Now because they're working from home, we're GONNA home. So the they're getting used to not wear them so they could become a thing of the past. Oh, wouldn't that be nice if finally we could we could take the chains off of. That most of the puppies most precious of all glands, the memory of the gland that feed our youth. And and raise strong Americans if we could finally get them out of the yoke of oppression, they've been living under for all these years. So as we celebrate breast cancer awareness month is a perfect day to take your bras off ladies. Just let him go just legitim- fly let him fly and of course I'm not saying. You know if you really wanted to support you take photographs and send them along the me and I would then allow pose delays on place in support I'm not saying that. But I'm not saying I wouldn't do it. If someone were to send me a photograph, you would open it up and look at I would look at it and I perhaps would you know posted reposted as celebrating no Broadway Oh only Alan. That strict assent? Yes. Any of the came after no broad acres would have to put in a separate folder. That I would hold onto and keep in hopes that next year I could once again celebrate would you also videos? Well, it would be rude Eddie to meet say, Oh, photos are fine but your video that's not accept that that's not a good tribute on no Broadway by all means of course. Yes. Just want to know and sketches lying drawings. rubbings. If you just want to take a piece of chalk, just rub your through a rubbing. I'm I think I like all kinds of art any medium about breasts not necessarily just that it's it's no body I didn't pick the day. Brain. The gutter pay speaking a brains among the years were no broader. Speaking of brains it's also train your brain day turn your brain drain your Brain Day Eddie here we go a good day for you. I do need that. Yes. Improve Your Thinking Power Eddie. By engaging in some puzzling games and riddles. Work on your Oku work on your cognitive skills. Yes. Number Games, brain teasers, they all improve cognition. So riddles and word games they challenged areas of the brain that we don't use everyday. So they say you should engage in some. Brain teasers today to get yourself back up to snuff. Stop just sitting there watching television stop watching Mando and pick up a game or two to work your brain out a little bit and train your brain. Okay. I will must that have watched the boys I'll do that now washed the boys I then train your brain. Crossword Puzzles, word games, number puzzles I have going currently. I. Think About Twenty Three Games of words with frontier big. The words with friends I love it and I either fortunately or unfortunately signed up and words with France using my my name. Is supposed to that. I. Am not hard to find. I, have found out and request you get to play words with many many how and if I, have rejected your request to play by the way I I apologize I simply is not it's not a personal thing. I simply don't have the time to play the Games that I'm already in the midst of. Play with some grammy members I play with Janna Bond Oh I play with the midnight smoke Ohka There's a a bunch of them that came in the got in early days able to work in my rotation. But who's your most famous person you play with I play with Seth Green and family guy goal he's also a big fan. I play with David, shore creator of House M de he and I play all the time that's bandit for famous. Buca it's Kinda fallen out of favor. It was white hot. There is huge for for Hotman I remember Great Story where Alec Baldwin got in trouble on a plane because he wouldn't stop playing and. Put his phone on airplane mode or whatever, and he refused to do it because he was a heated words with friends game. So Anyway, work your brain for God's sakes. All right. So Who My brain, that's my brain with friends I meant to do this instead in the wrong button. All right. This is what we do at this point we find a holiday with food related to it and we run the past dependency but something that he would eat or perhaps stick up his ass then pull out. Today is no different I run the food. Past Eddie, then we find out whether he would eat it or not by pulling the handle of the patented Eddie Jackpot Slot machine if we get a jackpot at means. Yea. Anyone eat it however if the reels mismatch then. Come on now I said, yes yesterday I know see we've made it two in a row. Hey, for you Brits, you're GonNa like this although this day is celebrated here in the United States I don't believe it celebrated in the UK although this food is of British origin it is National Yorkshire Pudding Day National Yorkshire Pudding Day observed across these united. States each year on this day October thirteenth now, trying to explain Yorkshire Pudding to the average American can be difficult because pudding has a certain connotation here in the states that is not shared with other countries. Chocolate pudding know that well, that's chocolate pudding here. That's what any pudding there vanilla pudding rice put as. Its pudding. So you think of something that is a certain simply a dessert treat this I. Think put in puddings however are mean many things especially in the youth like that pipe thing we were talking about it's kind of like is. You thought around Willy Nilly I mean putting goes back to like the thirteen hundred's where anything that was made. That was boiled and wrapped at the time was sort of known as pudding. So it could be savory or sweet didn't have to be simply a desire now even in in the UK pudding for the most part has taken on the meaning of meaning desert or after dinner treat death but there's still some holdovers from the olden days. What's a Yorkshire Pudding Not a York Shire putting a Yorkshire Pudding. Is a basically it's better. That you put into a originally was it was put into a pan and. It was baked. It was a baked treat almost like a like a biscuit or a brand, but they used to bake it underneath a roast that they were making in the oven. So stuff drip. Yes. All the drip of the fat. and. Then that would in Byu that that baked good with all the flavors from the meat. So instead of wasting the drippings from a pork loin or roast beef, you would get it into the batter would bake up and then take on the taste of that. So we served with the meat as sort of the bread that you would serve with the dinner and it has since grown where. Now it looks like what I call a pop over looks like an overgrown almost. About fake like a cupcake or Muffin, but it's hollow in the inside. Okay. About traditionally is still served with a drippings or be gravy of whatever meet that you're serving. And then you put a little butter on there and little salt and buoyed some good eaten right there. I'm a huge fan of pop overs my my ex carry makes an amazing pop over. These Yorkshire Puddings in the UK as well. These are all really delicious. It's a it's hollow. Is that what you're saying it is a flaky bread treat with with the. Fat Drizzles on it. Yes. That's covered either with gravy or Arabia riggings or something like that's that's all it is. That's all it is the Yorkshire Pudding. That's all it is pretty simple peasant fair for a simpler time in the UK's history. That's something Eddie pence would eat or not. Let's find out by pulling that handle. Here we go. One way or two to three. Well. It's just like a dinner roll in gravy right? Pretty much. Oh, it's better than any general. You've ever had never had one, but I figure if I, take my dinner roll and dip it my mashed potatoes and gravy. So that's got to be similar it is it is similar but the the the flaky crust of this thing is just it's light and it's delicious and it's buttery and his just it's it's a great I would like to try while you should someday we'll have steve come out and make some real. Yeah. That although he doesn't eat carbs anymore. So he will do I know you think illegally for a Yorkshire? We'll say, well, they go. Eddie Pants. Thank you in a row it. I don't WanNa get anyone's hopes up because it's been a long time since we went on a roll. But I think. I don't know pattern. If we can get three, you've got a good feeling and that's holiday or holiday marie-rose. Is. Now take a look the entertainment news segment called the Showbiz beat, and of course, Kanye West with his unerring timing when it comes to this presidential campaign three weeks before the election has released his first campaign ad. It's almost seems like he doesn't WanNa win. He's just doing it for another reason inc it almost seems that was very cynical I know angle person. It is solely the spot is Soley on that solely, he says some nice things, but it's very weird. It's a very should go online and see the whole thing I'm just gonNa play a piece of it, but it's It's all about we need to do better and help each other and stuff. It's all very aspirational, but there's no there there as you can imagine, what struck me was this we as a people will revive our nation's commitment to faith to what our constitution calls the free exercise of religion including, of course. It's the free exercise religion. All right. But I'm telling you gotTA start praying. That's how you need to exercise the religion to which I would say an American citizen. What if I don't WanNa pray and maybe I'm Eileen more agnostic or perhaps even atheist and I still be your country Konya. Can you still be my president my natural born right to not leave in anything you believe in? That that's what gets me about people pushing religious agendas it has to their religion. No. I. Don't mind even people pushing religious agendas if he wants to be a pastor. Yes. Then it's fine. He should be selling because that's what is important to him. But when you start crossing it over with politics, I have to call bullshit. So. He should run for pastor not run for president now got a church and I know he's a man of faith faith and again please don't take me wrong if you're a person of faith. I tried to make this clear when I talk about this stuff that your personal decisions about what you do. To find, solace and strength in your lives that is your business and I support you wholeheartedly I don't like however people telling me that I need to conduct myself in the same way to be a good person in their eyes or be in order to get along and go along with everyone else I don't think we have a place for that in this country. That's what this country's about shouldn't be about anyway. So that's kind as I campaign message. He's getting that misery weeks from today election. So that makes a good time vote accordingly. Oh days of our lives had to shut down production. Of Eight covid nineteen tests that ended up being positive happens all the time cast and crew and staff of the daytime drama just been notified of the temporary shutdown. So it looks like there will be no new episodes running towards the end of this month beginning of next because they're going to be behind the eight ball is they're trying to get things on the mannequins got Kovic. To the fact that they did say they were using mannequins for some love scenes so people wouldn't have to be in it. Really. This is actual footage from a soap opera. You'll see the faces and then they'll cut to the over the shoulder and it's clearly a mannequin with a wig and he's leaning in and just lays one on this mannequin. hilarious status. So Funny Tragic, but fun to do it with a straight face. I've worked at a few SITCOMS. Those are those are tough hours in a tough GIG like doing a play every day brutal and under these conditions, I imagine even more brutal. Speaking of Corona virus delays in productions there's a show on peacock our new favorite the streaming. Streaming as far as I know it's Free still right I don't know. mistrial. Still, go on peacock and see whatever you want to see as much streaming from the peacock as you want to. Right now they're doing original show called Dr. Death. which is a series based on a podcast, the PODCAST, the base, the apparently on a true story about a rising star in Dallas medical community a young charismatic brilliant. Neurosurgeon. Who apparently was regularly leaving his patients either permanently maimed or dead? Oh God. because he had he was a sociopath basically. So here's a guy you're putting your hands in your life in his hands and he's monkeying around with Oh. Yeah. That's a nightmare. So originally, Jamie Dornan from fifty shades of gray was supposed to play the lead but he dropped out because of the the coronavirus delays regarding the. Production, they can't wait any longer schedule. So, Joshua Jackson has stepped in to play the role really, which makes me happy because I love idea to love ran fringe. Yeah and Dawson's Creek of course and skulls, skulls, goals movie. I'm sorry. What happened now the skulls member of the Josh Jackson. The skulls movie I know about the secret or the only hood residents belong to. Really. Crappy movie. Speaking of movies they're making slinky movie what yes. Now, when I first heard this, I balked actually when I found out that the director was going to be Tamra Davis who also directed half-baked and Billy Madison said this can't go well. It turns out actually sounds pretty interesting. It's a true story about Betty James who was the wife of Richard James and together they invented the slinky. Okay. He leaves he leaves her. With six children and a nearly bankrupt company just takes off and she has to find a way in an era in the fifties that was dominated by male CEOS. She asked to turn her business around and also be a fulltime mob and did just that and made a huge success. Story. Right. How Great Inspirational is that author GonNa try to go lego movie with what I I saw when I saw a slinky movie in the headline I was like fuck you but now I'm now I'm interested that's an eighteen story though I'm on board Not on board with NCIS NEW ORLEANS. They almost got some actors killed. They were shooting a jewelry heist. For. The series depends and according to to to actors who have filed a lawsuit. They. Forgot to tell the local police in the thirties and get the proper permits, what they were going to shoot that day really, and so during the scene, as you can imagine in the middle of a busy New Orleans shopping center someone saw men carrying guns inside a jewelry store and he clerk behind the counter with his arms raised. God called the police called nine, one, one and real. COPS. Showed up pouring out of assault vehicles. So my God to arrest them before they were notified that they were in fact shooting a scene for. NCIS. New Orleans. killed that's what these actors are saying. That one wrong moment. Oh my God. Would have ended their lives. That's insane. They're now suing CBS and the Production Company for negligence for putting them in harm's way and if these facts bear out, I would say. Sounds like somebody. Win. Big. And Sadly Hugh Jackman has announced. We're just talking about you yesterday it was his birthday hugh. Jackman has announced. He has to push back his opening of his Broadway revival of the musical the music man yet again now, it won't be on the stage until twenty, twenty two apparently. So we won't see Hugh Jackman playing professor, Harold Hill Anytime soon, it was supposed to begin they're the Winter Garden theatre and now it looks like the fact that Broadway's shut down that they won't be. Hitting the boards until twenty, twenty two and you Jack says he still wants to do what he's keeping his schedule open. But folks who've been looking forward to seeing him play that role for some time. Now, we're GONNA have to weigh socks that we're not going to really get anything. It'll twenty, twenty, two, it looks like wait. And you know that's assuming. The vaccine comes and everything else works out well, how Jack Men's people spokespeople are saying there's no truth to the rumor that Hugh Jackman is actually pushing back his performance in the music man out of fear of being compared to a very successful version of music man done at northeast high school in Philadelphia back in. Back in the. Early nineteen eighties apparently that's still carries a lot of weight and lead lives on in the theatrical industry, and so the echoes are still her every performance since apparently has been measured up and some not so favourably. All understand I don't I don't forget who starred in the madman. Back in the eighties but. People are still talking about it. Today slutty birthdays all these stars born on October Thirteenth TV personality. Billy. Bush. Formally of access Hollywood is forty nine grandma. Fuck Billy Bush. All he's been doing since that video came out was crying about how it's been so hard for him and. They'll have daughters now to explain that might behavior it was awful and everyone's picking me too. I got caught up in the stream of all the hatred for dodger go fuck yourself because he was very active if you listen to that audio. Very proactive prodding him on cheering him on every time. Donald Trump talked about. Groping a woman without her consent or trying to flex his co worker or kissing women he was all for it and the creepiest part for me after all that was said and done when they get off the bus and there's that soap actress waiting for them to shoot the sequence. Here's what billy Bush says when they get off the bus adding known everything Donald Trump is set up to that point. Hello. How are you? Hi. Terrific terrific billy. Bush. How you doing. Very well, thank you. Are you ready to be a soap star? Let's go make me a soap store. Got Off the? Rim a minute. Wait a minute. Hug for the Donald, he liked he liked pimps for him. fucking creep. Even trump in all discussed in this wasn't like comme give me a hug. Dick Dax. He was at Lee standing there like a person Bush has hey, why don't you get so weird power he's got over people's to make them become his like little sycophants just do shit for his it's amazing power he gets over people. So Fuck, you billy Bush on your birthday forty nine years old today GP keyboardist. Robert Lamm. CHICAGO seventy-six today. Four Actor Wilson from Sanford and son is seventy four today you big dummy. Monster allies around. Cigarette Sammy. Hagar. At one time lead singer for van Halen when it wasn't as good as the other time when they had the other guy is seventy three years old. He also had a solo career kind of SORTA. Actor. Jon Loan is sixty eight years old today teasha Campbell Martin from the TV series Martin and my wife and kids is fifty two x files. Creator Chris. Carter's sixty four. Kate Walsh from private practice and grey's anatomy is fifty three today Matt. Walsh from veep is fifty, six hunt has met longer. And molested. John Talented. Singer shanty is forty years old today. You always tell me that. Because of the Nabet. Carolyn McLaughlin from stranger things is nineteen. Melinda Dillon. Actress from a Christmas stories eighty-one, she played the mom. Christmas story and I always think of her as one of the great movie. Mom. Yes she was totally believable and a lot like a lot of our moms who were. Had to play both sides of being the one to reprimand the discipline but also be there when you need it some love like Ralphie's little brother didn't want to eat his food remember now show me how the pig easy. This is your trough. Show me how the piggy feet. Show. Me How She did that perfect. What a mom has a deal siblings. DEAL WITH Fact that she never had a hot meal in her life because he always getting up and serving everyone else. What happens yeah. Sasha Baron Cohen Borat himself is forty nine years old today ally. Can't wait for that movie. She is twitter account. He started now as our at certain just to troll trump. It's amazing to start. It's verified and everything I gotTa Follow Borat. Musician Paul Simon, of course, legendarily with Simon and Garfunkel but certainly an impressive solo career as well. He's seventy nine today lemon. where? Off. Taking time but I don't know where. Joe. Queen Corona. Siemian. Julio. Down balanced. The on now. That's if today celebrity birthdays I'm Ralph Garman the show is beat. And now it's time for us to take a look at one of your favorite TV theme songs and one of your favorite TV shows TV tunes Tuesday. Here we go. You know what day it is et Liked that we do. Today's show as I mentioned was formative only because I evade remembers what a memories of watching it. Initially, I certainly watched the reruns since my sister was on fire for this show because she was in love with the leading man of this show and the story behind it is pretty simple. It's a it's a tale of commerce. It's a tale of someone trying to make some. Money and in the late sixties, the monkees showed that there was enormous power in mixing the genres of Sitcom with the world world of popular music and so lot of networks are trying to find the next show where they could have songs on the radio sell albums as well as feature a Sitcom cast and ABC had an idea to do a show based on a family band. called the cows a popular band in the late sixties and early seventies, and when they couldn't come to terms with the council's they took that premise and they just created a fictional family that was going to be singing popular songs. They already knew who the mom was going to be. Shirley Jones had already been signed on to play the mom of this singing family they just. Had to flesh out the rest of it and Shirley was the one suggested you know my my stepson he's a good looking kidney also sings a little bit. Maybe he could be in the show as well. That's exactly what happened from nineteen, seventy, two, thousand, nine, hundred, seventy, four on ABC. One of the biggest fake pop groups on television was born here Steve with his request. Well okay there Stephen TV checking. Joe. How are Ya. It's that time of the week. It's. Day and I've gotTA. Suggestion. this one the to actually because the show is The Partridge family and the theme song is come along it happy and I think that's happy. Hip for Tuesday as well. Boy. I just cannot be happy when I hear that's all I'm playing. Partridge family was Not, really all that real. It was wrecking crew with David Cassidy mainland a little bit of Shirley Jones but. That's why the songs were. So professionally, SOM-. So, anyway will be like it to Allenby by show was a lot like the monkeys in the sense that although they played their instruments on the TV show, they were in fact as lip synching and Steve's right only Shirley. Jones and of course, the lead singer David Cassidy for the actual voices on the records. But they sold a Tana records by being on that TV, show their biggest hit I think. I. Love You went to number one in one, thousand, nine, hundred, seventy and at outsold the Beatles. Let it be single. Wow. Was One of the biggest singles of the year. The TV show is also wildly successful and many young girls like my sister fell in love with David. Cassidy had a poster on her wall and the whole nine yards. Here is a partridge family theme song come on. Get happy. Alone. You. We. Goes. Off. Eleven. and. Is. A. Even as a kid I knew Danny Bonnici didn't know how to play a fucking base. Not. Play in that for. That is the same from the Partridge Family TV show although a lot of people don't know is it wasn't the first theme for that show the very first season had the same tune, but the lyrics actually like many shows of the era were explaining pretty much what you're going to see when you tuned in. So this is the first version that was only during the first season of the Partridge family theme. The. Nothing. Burden an all day. Music. Dan. got. Freeman. Song. Together when mom and? Together Saying. That's it up the show Oh. Wow. On the second season that's awful I don't WanNa put Ruben Danny in the lyrics. Do let's change to make it a little bit more nonspecific? after the show was cancelled in seventy four CBS did an animated show based on the Partridge. Family called Partridge Family Twenty, two, hundred ad. Family in the future remember that it's Goddamn off all. You're not missing the thing, but it's basically the jetsons but instead of the jetsons its departure. And then in two thousand and four H. One tried to bring back the Partridge family with a show called the new partridge family. Recasting it and the only person really of note was Emma Stone as Laurie Partridge in that version while it was her first big brats in Showbiz have got her start. gutters indeed. Wow. So there you go. Thanks Dave, calling for the Partridge family theme song. That's Today's TV tunes Tuesday. Here we go. Like that one that's it for today's show kids come on back tomorrow. Don't you we're going to have fun. Because every Wednesday you know One of the most fun things we do is we go. I make a point of There's a Sino. This we do I wonder. Take a log. Okay. Song was very popular in however, the artist wasn't quite able to recapture that level of success again. So come on back tomorrow we get your phone calls more entertainment news. Oh, it's going to be a blast but in order to come back, you have to be healthy you gotTa Take Care Self. 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GSMC SciFi Podcast Episode 123: Happy Thanksgiving!

GSMC SciFi Podcast

35:05 min | 1 year ago

GSMC SciFi Podcast Episode 123: Happy Thanksgiving!

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That's Harrys Dot com code. Five thousand enjoy enjoy state media concepts side five at podcast. -gether we dive into the world sidelong. Long Science Fiction from episode of Star Trek Star Wars to the walking dead resident all the science fiction movie in the Marvel or DC golden state media cuts Sifi. Pibe you'll never looked at science fiction the say say again I hello and welcome to the MC Sifi podcast brought the GS MC podcast network. I am your host Sarah and we have all kinds of sci fi and fantasy news to talk about on. Today's he's episode. There is just so much in the world of Scifi from television to movies to books to comic cons. A games. If you're listening to this podcast then you probably know a little bit of sci-fi so I'm not telling you anything you don't know but we're gonNA cover uh not all of that today but we're gonNA touch on some television show news some Book News and some movie news and a little bit of Comic News. I think so Let's just see what we can get through in this episode shall We. We are going to start with Television and the first story are- is about the new television show good omens it is a Television serial based on a book at that book is by Neil Diamond and tear Neil gaiman. I think you'll game and Terry Prajit. It is starring David tennant. I want my favorite doctor doctor who I My favorite Michael Sheen. Also Jon Hamm Anna Maxwell Martin Josie Lawrence Wants Adria. Arianna Michael mckean Jack. Whitehall Miranda Richardson and Nick Offerman L.. Six episodes of the serial will be released may thirty thirty first on Amazon prime video and later broadcast weekly on BBC two. So if you're a fan of Neil diamond and or Terry Patchett. You have probably already read this book. It is based on the book. Good Omens the nice and accurate prophecies of Agnes Nutter witch and. I want to give you the description of that book. Because you just need to know if you're gonNA watch the show. I think you need to know what it's based on so According to the Nice and accurate prophecies of Agnes stutter comma which in parentheses the world's only completely accurate book of prophecies written written in sixteen fifty five before she exploded. The world will end on Saturday on a Saturday next Saturday in fact just before dinner. So the armies of good and evil amassing Atlantis is rising. Frogs are falling tempers are flaring. Everything appears to be going according to divine plan except a somewhat fuzzy angel and a fast living demon both of whom have lived amongst earth's mortals since the beginning and have grown rather fond of the lifestyle are not actually looking forward to the coming rapture and someone seems to have misplaced the Anti Christ. I I have not read this book but I need to put it on my list. I have read some of Terry Patchett. I Terry practice books. Looks and have read some of the L. Gamons books. I just have not read this. Particular collaboration. Both authors have very Strange inch senses of humor and that is not a bad thing but when I can only imagine when the two of them combined to write together that it is going. I'm going to be interesting. The previews of good omens look interesting visually it. It looks Very kind of over the top and Lots of interesting wardrobe choices and just you know kind of well. It's about the apocalypse right so so of course it's going to be a little bit over the top David. tennant is the demon on doctor. Who was demon? But he is Crowley a demon who has lived on earth earth since the dawn of creation originally called Crawley and this is about the television show. Now he is the snake who tempted eve with the apple from the tree of knowledge of good and evil. Interesting okay Interesting Fun fact on the side on a side note. It wasn't actually an apple in the Bible just said fruit but it has become. I'm in popular culture and apple so we go without apple. Michael Sheen is as well as zero faily An Angel who has lived on Earth as long as Crowley in the original novel he was the Angel Tasked with guarding the eastern gates of Paradise he end Crowley Serve as representatives of Heaven Heaven and Hell respectively on Earth Anna Maxwell Martin is yells. Bob Jon Hamm is the angel. Gabriel of course he is. Josie Lawrence is Agnes. Nutter the witch upon whom these prophecies Or from whom the prophecies came. Michael mckeon is which Finder Sergeant Shad will the last officer of the once proud. WITCHFINDER army Miranda Richardson is Madam Tracy part-time medium and quotas Boorda's on there are of course lots of other people in this. It is again a six episode. Series Oh Benedict Cumberbatch as the voice of Satan. I I know good comment on that Nick. offerman is in this sees a US ambassador and a father of the child warlock. Okay I'M GONNA have to check this out. I'm going to read the book Munaf to watch the series but the question is do I watched the series. He's before a read the book I normally like to do with the other way but then of course I'm always annoyed. I'm always annoyed when I read the book. And then the movie or in this case the Kind of a mini series six episodes or a typical British series The length and I can't help but compare the book to the movie usually not favorably. Because I'm that book snob person that everyone hates So maybe I should watch this first and then go ahead and read the book and maybe I'll be less disappointed. I don't mean to say I'm going to be disappointed. It's just a book movie Louis Thing so the this looks really interesting. I think I am definitely going to check both out. I just have to decide which order in which I am. I'm going to watch them. That was a tongue twister Let's go ahead and move on from my book. SNOBBERY and We'll turn to who the Marvel Universe which holy buckets keeping up with the marvel. Universe is almost a full time job I seriously need the marvel universe for dummies. Because between all of the movies there are then. Approximately a million television shows both live action and cartoon Netflix has been running a lot of television shows and many of them have been cancelled. Recently Luke Cage was canceled. Their Iron Fist was cancelled etc One of the shows that is still on is Jessica Jones and season. Three is coming out so it it again Netflix. Excuse Me Jessica Jones is a net flicks. Show it is Going into its season. Three as I said many of the other net flicks marvel shows have been canceled. And I know people have been very upset about a lot of that The tagline though for season isn't three is a sometimes not even heroes and that's in quotes. Heroes can save themselves. Netflix says shown according to this article that not even fans can save their favorite shows. But we can say the date for when we can finally watch the final season of the series so it is only going to be three seasons seasons but at least We know that we know that it will only be three seasons and there will be. I hope some Some closure because it's really frustrating when series that you like get cancelled in the middle. And you don't you kind of have to a choose your own adventure and make up your own ending so at any rate Jessica Jones season three is coming out. It begins June fourteenth. It'll we'll be streaming on Netflix. And this will be the final season so I'd love to know your thoughts. Are you excited about season. Three what did you think of the first two seasons. Do you think it's time to wrap it up with season three or would you like to see more Yeah speaking speaking of Net flicks they have ordered An Egyptian supernatural story Called Paranormal as a series. It is is Expanding its global filmmaking efforts with an adaptation of the Egyptian supernatural drama titled Paranormal By. Ahmed Cal Tawfik. This Middle Eastern series will be produced by Mohammad have see and Amir Salama with Salama also tasked as the writer and showrunner So this is a interestingly enough cult Khalid Tawfiq who unfortunately certainly passed away in twenty eighteen. He is the author of paranormal. So he's not going to see his work brought to life in this way but he he is noted to be the first contemporary Arab writer of Horror Science Fiction and medical thrillers. So that is awesome. The series takes place in the nineteen sixties. It follows Dr Fought is mile who is a single hematologist who finds himself faced with a series of supernatural events. The the story is said to be packed with mystery and suspense While this is the first Egyptian show to hit the streaming series It is the third middle the eastern one following both GIN and Al Rwasa School for Girls. So that's one thing that I can say about all all the streaming services you know you really get to have a broader a broader view of different. TV shows from all around the world. And I think it's exciting. I I enjoy that you can watch different shows from different places. This is based on a book by an author from Uh somewhere somewhere other than the United States so I am. I'm intrigued. It is It's it's been set. I don't see if there is a date for it to be released. I will update you if I find that information Oh the author. Thir is He was very prolific. He wrote over two hundred books so that is awesome. Maybe they will adapt another of his books. If this one does well. So speaking of Well Marvel which we're doing a few minutes ago there is there's more there's there's more marvel marvel they are creating shows or cancelling shows. They're creating more shows. I need I need to. I need the cliffs notes but Marvels Power Pack is in active development at Marvel Studios There has there have been rumors about a project featuring these preteen super siblings for a long time and this will be an animated feature or the animated series so in mid twenty eighteen. It was reported that it was still under consideration. MC you cosmic reports that power powerpack has been moved into active development. Although it is unclear whether this is a movie or a TV series for Disney. So let's Let's let's find out what power pack is it was created by Louise Simonson in Nineteen eighty-four it revolved around the exploits of the power. They're real last name siblings. who were given abilities by a kindly dying alien? Sure that makes sense because it's a comic book read. That wasn't snarky. That was of course they were given powers by an alien and I liked it. It was a kindly alien because that means that the alien didn't have bad intentions so they were given powers to protect them C.. Kindly and the Earth against the evil invading snark. So my Gosh snark. That's awesome Alex who was aged twelve adopted the name g later zero G and could cancel out gravity Julie Age ten became light speed. She could fly at great speeds leaving behind a Rainbow Trail Jack. Eight became mass master and could alter his density either. Adopting a large wispy cloud like form or becoming super dense and small and Katie five could convert solid matter into energy calling herself energizer. The five year old really should be Energizer Taser the kids later discovered that they could swap powers and that any one of them could possess multiple powers at a time even all four but only one sibling could use one or more power at a time so if one kid had all four abilities the other three would-be powerless interesting. This sounds really fun on a five year. Old little tiny superhero an eight-year-old sounds like it could be very interesting. Five Year olds are very curious very interested in a lot of things that could get little. Katie who can convert solid matter into energy into trouble. So I am intrigued. Says this is he. If you're familiar with these characters and this story what do you think. Would you like it to be a movie would you like to be a TV series And actually I said it was animated but that was just the picture with the story. It doesn't actually specify if it's going to be animation or Live action and whether it's going to be a movie or TV series but it is in active development so which would you prefer for live action animated and if you have any of those siblings powers which one would you want? I think I want to fly. Not a terribly fond of heights but flying. I don't know that just sounds fun. That she can fly and she leaves plan to Rainbow Trail. I'd like to I'd I'd like to make rainbows but I just think that would be nice. It is time now to take our first break of the podcast. When we come back we will be talking about some mm star wars news so stay tuned? You're listening to the GS MC Sifi podcast. And I will be right back. Did you know you can get more value from your Medicare coverage choose optima Medicare HMO and get medical and prescription drug coverage plus and he ends benefits like dental vision and allowance for over the counter products with plans starting at just dollars per month. The Medicare annual enrollment period ends on December seventh. So visit US online today. Learn more at OPTIMA health dot com slash Medicare. I WANNA find out what movies to go. See and check out the GMC movie podcast. It's your ticket to the latest movies whether it's a new blockbuster. Event can't romantic comedy or action flick. This show has got it all covered. They talk some what to go. See Now don't bother. What's hot on Netflix? And everything in between clean. That's GSM see podcasts. Dot Com back slash. Movie Dash podcast. When it's all about the movies it has to be this new show? Don't forget to like come on facebook and follow them on twitter visit. GMC PODCAST DOT COM for more INFO. Okay taste I Tsk Tsk welcome back to the MC Sifi podcast we. You're talking about some Scifi News. We just talked about some television and some movie possibilities and now we are turning to the Star Wars Universe universe. I am much more familiar with the Star Wars universe than the Marvel Universe Marvel mostly just because I'm so far behind. I don't think I'll ever catch up it. I I am at least caught up on at least these star wars movies. And some of these star wars television shows My husband is a huge fan of the animated animated shows such as the clone wars star wars rebels CETERA. So I have watched some with him but there is now also going to be a theme park expansion at Disneyland and Walt Disney World Resorts and so there is going to be ahead of the soon to be opened theme park. There is going to be a tie in star wars galaxies edge comic and this tie hi in reveals a mini Prequel to star wars episode. Four new hope of for most of us of a certain age that is the first star wars movie even though it's episode good for that's the one that we grew up with We just call it star wars. A new hope is you know nobody calls it a new hope. Of course people the nobody nobody that's hyperbole. You know what I mean but Galaxy's edge number two returns to the edge the end of the clone wars on the planet. My GAITO Jedi master. Qui Eddie money is murdered by storm troopers commanded to execute order sixty six in present day. I order officer. Confronts inst- Legendary Authority on Donder in his den of entities a shop containing unique galactic artifacts located within black spire outpost on the remote Moat Planet but to So this is the. That's a little teaser of the Upcoming backstory sorry and it is of course in comic book form. It is a precursor to opening the opening or the expansion of the theme park. I'm I'm not going to of course read all of this to you because Well let's just that would just be not right. I you know the I'm scrolling through and there is see Guido or a character that looks like Guido. I see the job of the Hutt I see Oh jobs palace where we have Those pig looking dudes. Yeah I know I should know their names but while I love Star Wars don't always know all of the tiny details of star wars and I apologize so there are comics Star Wars Galaxies. Alexy's Edge Number Three released June twenty six and will feature Honda O'Connor Hey I know him he is in some of those animated ones who will be realized in the form of a life like animatronic held within the Millennium Falcon Smuggler's run attraction star wars galaxies edge opens winds may thirty first at the Disneyland Resort and August. Twenty ninth at Disney's Hollywood studios as part of Walt Disney world resort. So if you are a fan of star wars if you are a fan of comic books if you are a fan of theme parks then this just might be The Comic Book for You and you should definitely check out this new hope. Back Story Disney also has confirmed that the next star wars movie will be from David. Benny Benny off and D B Weiss. Benny Off B. E. N. I. O. F. F. could be pronounced a couple of different ways but it has been confirmed that the the next story will come from star. Wars movie will come from these two David benef- and DB Weiss. They are the show. Runners of of game of thrones that could be an interesting take on Star Wars if they bring a game of thrones mentality to star wars a little bit scared but at at the beginning of this month. Disney announced that the next three movies in the Star Wars Franchise Will Be Released December Sixteenth Twenty Twenty Two December twentieth with twenty twenty four and December eighteenth. Twenty Twenty Six At the time no further information was given. I am glad that those will be Christmas releases because because it's all about me and my husband and some friends of ours liked to go to the new star wars on Christmas Day it is that it has been penetration. Something that we have done for the last few years we weren't able to the year solo came out because it came out in May but neither none of us saw it in the theater and we actually watched on Christmas Day anyway but was it was a sad Christmas Day with no Star Wars that year so I am glad to see that at least in twenty twenty two twenty four and twenty ninety six we will have a standing date I guess you'll know what you know what I'll be doing on Christmas. Day of those years. the two were. We're known to be working on an original star. Wars trilogy rumored to be set during the time of the Old Republican Republic but Ryan Johnson was also known to be creating creating a separate trilogy and there was still the possibility of standalone movies. Although hope for those have seemingly evaporated following the per for poor or performance of Solo a star. Wars Story. Tim a little bit bummed by Kazai actually enjoyed solo and I would have watched another one. Maybe that's just me. It seems seems like it didn't do very well so we do have Another trilogy coming. We have dates for it. We just don't know exactly what it will be. Where where it will play into the Star Wars Canon and the Star Wars universe but we know Who will be who will be working on it and What will the Now I'm just waiting to see if it's going to have a game of thrones feel to it if so as I said a little bit scared that's okay we. We are going to take a second and final of the podcast when we come back. We'll be turning our attention to some book news so stay tuned you're listening to the GMC Sifi podcast guest. And I will be right back. Tired of searching the vast jungle of podcasts. nell listen close and here this out. There's a podcast network that covers just about everything that you've been searching. The golden state media concepts podcast network. Work is here nothing less than podcast bliss with endless hours of podcast cupboards from news sports music fashion looking table fantasy football and so much more so stop blurted around and go straight out to the golden state media concepts podcast network guaranteed need filled that podcast whatever it may be visit us at. Www Dot M. C. podcast dot com. Follow us on facebook and twitter and download on itunes soundcloud and Google play ebbed. I I think it's Welcome back to the MC Sifi podcast. We are talking about some Scifi News of course talked about Star Star Wars in the last segment. And now I WANNA turn our attention to books because as I gave away in the first segment. I am book snobbish for which I know it's annoying but anyway so I wanted to see what New Books are coming out in the world of science fiction and fantasy and As I was looking at the list I there is a new stranger things book coming out in the month of May but also on this list I just have to share the title of this book. It is by Maurice Broaddus. Yes it comes out may it came out may twenty first and it is called PIMP my ear ship. You know you're not supposed to judge judge a book by its cover. But I'm totally judging. This one by its Its title it is again. It's called PIMP. Mayorship by Maurice Broaddus. It is a steam punk the adventure that follows a poet named sleepy whose only goal is to stay out of trouble that changes when he runs into a protester called one hundred and twenty twenty degrees of knowledge law and an heiress named Safina Jefferson whose life has fallen apart after her father was murdered. The three find themselves on a journey. Eight where they encounter mediums and criminals and possible battle for the heart of the country. So if you're a fan of steam punk you know maybe you're already a fan of Maurice brought us but hey the book is called pit mayorship. That makes me laugh so I'm willing to to at least look into it a little bit more just based on the name but as as I mentioned there is a new stranger. Things book coming out comes out. Let's see what date is that may twenty-eighth today. It came out today. A it is called stranger things darkness at the edge of town. It is by Adam. Christopher and of course the third season of stranger things is debut debut in on Netflix. Later this summer. Lots of excitement around that third season but in the meantime Adam Christopher has written a new novel that follows the life of chief Jim Hopper and his experiences before he ends up in Hawkins Indiana During the Christmas holiday in Nineteen eighty-four eleven discovers a box labeled New York in hoppers basement. And he's forced to explain his experiences in Vietnam and his time as a husband and father in New York City as a police detective. So you are interested if you are a fan of stranger things. If you're interested in some backstory on Chief Jim Hopper then you should definitely check out this Official Stranger things novel it is out today. Speaking of books that are out today. One of my favorite fantasy authors. This is Terry Brooks. I have been reading him. Since high school he has been writing since The seventy S no. I did not go to high school in the Seventies. I'm not that old all the s but not that old This is Oh man where to even start. So this is a third of a trilogy. That is wrapping wrapping up the Shanna series and the Shanna series or the books that he has been writing since the seventies that started with the sword of Shanta. There there was. There's just I don't even remember how many books there have been but Twenty thirty somewhere around there. And the world has evolved. There was A series that was seemed unrelated but then turned out to be a prequel to this and then there was a tie in series from from that the running with the demon series that lead into the Shannon series. So it's this whole big cycle of books and yeah how he keeps. Everything straight is fascinating to me. I say it was by Terry Brooks did. I actually mentioned that So anyway this third book in the fall of Shandra series is coming out out today came out today. It's called the steel assassin. And it's it's bringing this whole at least part of this grand epic adventure a to a bit of a close. which is it's the end of an era? I can't imagine he's leaving this This this world behind completely but maybe he is. I know he has written a completely different kind of book. That was I can't think of the title so I'm not going to give it to you. But he he He has branched off from the SHANNA books. And so it's really going to be interesting to see where Terry Brooks goes after this but this as I said is the third in this. This current trilogy called the fall of Shanna. It is called the steel assassin after the black L. L. Stone and the scar invasion. Those are the first two books in this trilogy. Eighty the Comes the next chapter in the fall of Shanna a saga more than four decades. In the making you know I keep saying it's a trilogy trilogy. But not it is book three of three so it is a trilogy. Wanted to double check that. The scar have arrived in the forelands determined to stop at nothing less than an all Out Conquest they badly need a new home but peaceful. Coexistence is not a concept have ever understood and advance force under the command of the Mercurial Princess Jin Dan has already established a foothold but now the full scar army is on the march and will be tied any who stand in its way but perhaps the scar victory is not quite quite the foregone conclusion. Anyone assumes the DRUID DRISCOLL ARC has freed himself both himself and paranoia from their involuntary exile drinkers student Tarsha Canaan has been reunited with Dr Chief Defender of what is left of the druid order and is learning to control her powerful wish song magic. If they can only survive tarsus brother brother Taveau and the Druid who betrayed driscoll arc. They might stand a chance of defeating the scar but that is a very big. If as Taveau now carries the steal one of the most powerful weapons in all the forelands and is hell bent on taking his revenge on everyone he feels has wronged him. If you are looking for an epic series of books it is high fantasy. I mean this is an entire world the world of Shanna the forelands if view love if you love fan high fantasy and you love series than you should definitely take check out Terry Brooks. I never know how to tell you you to read them. If you read them chronologically as they were written or chronologically in terms of the story you can go onto Brooks's website and it will give you both of those listing. Missile you can figure that out for yourself. It really. Is this whole epic saga that Spans Multiple Series of books folks and again fascinated that he can keep it straight in his head. I think he needs a I would need Several assistance in a couple of minions to who create very detailed spreadsheets or charts or graphs. Or something to help me keep it all straight in my own head. I am excited. It did come out today so oh I will have to get around to reading it. I have read the first two in this series. I've read every pretty much every -tary brooks book and definitely every book that relates to this this series. So if you're interested in these in in this type of book then you should check it out. If you're already a Terry Brooks Fan. I'd love to hear. Are you excited about this book. Book in particular and Well the whole concept of maybe this wrapping up the Shanna series. Is it time are you sad. What do you think I think it is probably time to wrap up this episode of the GMC Sifi podcast. Join me again next time when we will be exploring more news. There's plenty any of sci-fi fantasy news out there to sink our teeth into so thank you for joining me. Join me again next time and it have a great week they you. You've been listening to the golden state media concepts sci-fi podcast part of the golden state media concepts podcast network. You can find this show show and others like it at www dot Jesus MC podcast dot com or download. Our podcast on Itunes stitcher soundcloud clock. Google play this type in Jesus Mc to find all the shows from the golden state media concepts podcast network from movies to music music from sports to entertainment and even Weird News. You can also follow us on twitter and on facebook. 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John Catsimatidis interviewed by Frank Morano on 'The Joe Piscopo Show' 12-29-19

CATS Roundtable

10:15 min | 1 year ago

John Catsimatidis interviewed by Frank Morano on 'The Joe Piscopo Show' 12-29-19

"The city it's energy grid are what inspire US way. Higher born for the city visit. Best buy today to show appliances designed for most bases starting at three hundred ninety nine from high born for the city five minutes. After eight o'clock this is the Joe. Piscopo show the song is called America by one of my all time favorites Neil diamond and every Sunday morning that is the opening theme to the cats roundtable. I couldn't think of a more appropriate theme song for that show Because of his anybody that embodies the spirit of the American dream it's John Catch and Matiz and if there's any family That really values America as a country and the gifts that they've given that America's given to to them. It's the cats Matiz family and that was on full display. They last night with this great Christmas special that we aired from five to seven Not only John and Margaret catch teas but their children John Junior and Andrea. So I let it might be fun to kind of continue the conversation on a few of the issues They were talking about last night and ask John to join me. This morning. John Did you get any grief for making your kids. Come all the way downtown on on Christmas Day. Well originally they said Oh dad but I picked had a lot of fun. Good they It was could experience You know Christmas night There wasn't much to do. I mean you you watch television or with Haute but just keep eating But it was a great experience fanatic was a great experience for Margo. I think at the end they all enjoyed it. Great well I know the audience certainly did And one one of the things that I learned is you said and I thought you might have made a mistake when you said it but you claim that stock markets gained seventeen trillion dollars dollars in value in two thousand nineteen just in one year and I thought Oh maybe John Misspoke maybe he met billion May and then sure enough John Junior fact checked you you live on the air and found that was real news. the stock market's didn't gain seventeen trillion dollars in value this year. In your view. John is a pretty successful business. Guy Yourself what's behind this rise in global markets around you know just in one year I think I think it's a combination of low interest rates Business people have more confidence in the system I think you know how people will hate for me to say this but I think trump has a lot to do with it The confidence that consumer by the way back the consumer confidence is the all time high the unemployment all time low and with the stock market. going up seventeen trillion dollars. I'm sure that makes people go out and shop shop shop And the example you keep track of Retail sales mastercard. Mastercard knows what the retail saw sales are hour by hour minute by minute. 'cause they all come into that big computer in the sky and ready for this number retail tale sales for the season is up three point four percent the highest ever up. Wow so what does that mean. People feel good people maybe took a few bucks in the stock market and went out and spent it and it's an overall good feeling feeling and the other overall feeling his which Donald Trump and again people will hate me for saying this but you know the truth is the truth. You know you know what. Okay Sam my show Frank. I'm Democrat not a reprising. Neither my aunt pro pro common sense. Democrats and I'm pro for commonsense Republicans Republicans but under trump people feel good even though he's GonNa be criticized by everybody on foreign policy who who is going to challenge him who is going to challenge him on foreign policy not the North Koreans. Yeah nothing exactly. I have that on my Lhasa Chinese the Chinese were ready to make peace the Mexican just set twenty seven thousand Mexican soldiers to the borders borders to help out friend trump. What else should be better? John One thing that we've heard even from some seasoned business guys in some season season financial experts supposedly anyway Is that the rise in the stock market that we've seen over the last few years and including this year it could be a precursor to a bubble Like we saw when the DOT com bubble burst from where you're standing John. Is that at all a concern that people should be worried about. I say that is You know that is what the Democrats are hoping for. The Democrats are standing up at a nice the Progressive Democrats. Let's hope trump fails. Let's hope American system fails so maybe they'll turn to us Ah We're going to beat a savior of the American people when to stop bucket collapses and what a bunch of I'm not GonNa say the word what a bunch of Doodoo to use the Joe Biden Word Malarkey what a bunch of Malarkey. But I mean you know praying for the downfall of arm rockets praying for the downfall of our system so that they can the people come to them in terms of the probably really right and let me tell you I Joe Biden. I like Joe Biden. You know if me and Joe Biden where room we would hug each other because we know each other for thirty years but after what happened with Joe Biden's son the Chinese think they own own Joe Biden and when Chinese were being difficult when they will be difficult. They'll being difficult when they thought that Joe Biden Haydn might have a chance a beating trump. Because you know you know the big time Game Day feel they can con- Joe Biden also being able to con Donald Trump. John let me ask you about a a fellow New Yorker and that's a Mike Bloomberg he's been spending a a lot of money on this presidential race and story came out yesterday. I don't know if you saw that. Apparently he's been. He hired a company. That's been using prison. Prison Labor to make campaign phone calls now. The Bloomberg campaigns said they didn't know about it and they never would've allowed it and they have discontinued their relationship with this subcontractor that hired prisoners to be making calls for the Bloomberg campaign. Is this something that you think is a one day story story or is this something that could stick around hurt Mike Bloomberg using prisoners to make phone calls like this. I think it's a one day story. He hired some company to do it and that company hired without telling him when he does the prisoners Mike Bloomberg himself. You know I I don't believe he would do something like that. I'll give you the the scoreboard as far as Mike Bloomberg Mike Bloomberg. If if Joe Biden false else I think Mike Bloomberg has a chance of getting the Democratic nominee I think Hillary might chump in unless something bad comes from willows investigations. So you got Mike. Burt you've got Hillary. John Kerry who I had lunch with a couple of weeks ago. He said to me he killed considered jumping into so you. Nobody knows what happened. But if my Bloomberg is successful Dan Mike Bloomberg Donald Trump. At that point it's fifty fifty Certainly be interesting And finally John One of the some of the segments that you do that. I enjoy the most on Sunday. Mornings involve space exploration and particularly discussions of UFO's and paranormal activity. In general and I across this one article I was curious to get your take on That says It's this is from the daily beast. Will we find aliens in the next decade. It question mark. It's not as crazy as you might think. And now this isn't the coast to coast crowd or people that are you know reading supermarket tabloids. These these are very well respected scientists saying that we could actually have an official first contact with extraterrestrials in the next WCHS decade. These are people with Seti. Respected astrophysicists. John What do you think what do you think this is just a result of the technology. He finally catching up to us. Or is this a result of the American people in the world finally being ready to acknowledge the fact that there probably is life elsewhere. What what's what's your reaction to the story that we could see I contact within the next decade? I think Contact this happened my opinion I think setty is confronted by the government. said he does not say a word not a word without being cleared by the federal government. I think there's something that they haven't told us about I You know if if you look at the Washington Post in nineteen fifty two front trump patriot of Washington Post July nineteen fifty two front page fifty. UFO's were circling the Capitol Fifty. Something went fifty something happened. I think there was first contact then because because they didn't do that again. John Thank you very much for inviting me on your show yesterday.

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The Downside of Surgery (DHS03)

The Dental Hacks Podcast

15:56 min | 1 year ago

The Downside of Surgery (DHS03)

"Our friends at micro copy dental been making damn good burs for more than fifty years. You need to give their single patient use burs try. You need to request a free sample of their damn good neil diamond. One one one six six point eight C. It's a workforce round and taper course Bor for crown prep an operative. It's a terrific bird by any standard but the fact that it single patient use it means. There's no risk of cross-contamination and you always get a great cutting bran new out of the package bird. Go check it out at dental hacks dot com slash slash damn good burs let micro copies. Experience changed the way you see dentistry with their damn good burs dental hats shorts dental hex nation joining me for the very first my very first recording since I hit the ground in Arizona at one o'clock this morning Dr Craig Harder Craig. How're you doing? I'm good Allen. I'm so fortunate to be the first guy out of the box telling diesel sir. You're breaking in for me. This is awesome so Literally just set up at the voices dentistry like in the last hour or so we have our. We have our our ridiculous banner right behind us. The beautiful cartoon sign exactly exactly in. We have the we were making sure the gear is working. It's actually Thursday. So it's the day before voices dentistry. Craig flew in a ridiculous. Our Yeah we woke up to forty five. This one was on the road at three with my cup of coffee through the freezing rain storm Doc. The airport at five and off we went so craig practice in Washington. I forget the town again. Those is Lake Washington. Yeah it's the truck stop between spokane and Seattle the trucks so proud proud proud we also grow potatoes than anybody else in the world but really Yeah Chemical Area Admiral of that. It seems like it's a big deal and probably early twenty four twenty to twenty five percent income concert people who are firemen potatoes or processing or something along those lines. That's awesome so even practicing there for quite right sometimes. Yeah this is our twenty four. Th Year there I graduated from Creighton at ninety five. Okay spent a year in Idaho and then bought my practice in ninety six very potato focused. August really. Yeah and that's why the belly is what it is so I'm wondering with all the Kito stuff like that to towns like that really the push back against Kito. No no but it is kind of interesting. There was a guy who was the Washington State Potato Commissioner. Who in order to try and show that potatoes are healthy? He spent an entire year. That's all he ate his potatoes of some variety and of course he did mix in some nutrient drinks and stuff like that mm-hmm yeah so. He went whole year commitment and yeah and catch up allowed that he was allowed oils and all those things to doctorate. I'm pretty sure my children could survive on fries. Ketchup involved yeah. My kids might be perfect for Moses Lake. I think we need to go visit Craig. This is one of the first episodes of the newly revamped daily calling it shorts and so we do ten fifteen minutes. Something like like that in. We're going to try and do a lot more with what we are calling regular asked dented. Ask Are you a regular dentist Greg I think I am. I'm not a surgeon. I am a really crappy. Surgeons away from any of that you know. I'M BRIAN DOT COM. Because here's the thing I don't think I'm terrible at taking teeth found but you hand me sutures and it's like I it's like my eyes and hands have come unconnected I'm terrible at suturing and I've I've spent in a lot of time in my life practicing because it's it's some but the thing is you can't really practice on those little pads right hung and a cheek and that tissue is moving moving every year difference like the only way it's a moody would be laughing at us. Yeah I'm sure but the story is like it's the only way you get good at his do bunch of it so I did. I did some years ago. I did. I did went to guards thing out in Dominican Republic and so we seventeen patients in two days or something like that. After that I felt pretty confident suturing. Because I'd been you know I got a bunch of reps in all in a row but guess what when you get back home back to where I was so tell me. Tell me about your well. It wasn't turned you off from surgery. Quick background my dad was a veterinarian. Can you was an incredible surge and so I just assumed consumer like yeah man. I can't believe my dad When ever I got a cut I must lip whatever my dad would go to the ER and show the guys how to suture crap? Oh yeah and that was him and so. I just assumed that it's genetic thing I'll be able to take that and it'll be great first week in oral surgery class. They showed me how stupid I was on that and I thought Oh no I'll keep working at it because that was my goal is becoming oral surgeon when I got into school and then quickly figured out that hunting and fishing was more important than getting straight A.'s. Yeah But so well I just started staying away from surgery. I had my first year out. I had to be bailed out of four or five different surgeries that I was in over my head so from there. Yeah I just kind of gave up on it for quite a while now yet. During those slow times I started saying. Okay well yeah maybe I can take out this bus it off number fourteen. And you know I've gotten and smarter about things in but I still do as little as possible I find that like truly funny case elections a weird thing because I still I still pick the wrong cases. Sometimes I still do I still have I find myself and I I don't I haven't been bailed out for probably a year and a half. It's it's happened lots of times in my life. I'm not even embarrassed to admit it. Look a bunch of oral surgeons for friends and they. They don't mock me too badly but I will say that case election is everything and I don't don't have a CTO I don't ever see BC. Yeah me that's part of my reasoning yet. Not Things Enough and I. Did you know there was a stretch there where I thought you know you really should be placed in at least single single implants in easy extraction sites and all that seth and again I didn't get a guest on the other side of it was. I've got a great surgeon in town. Who sends me a ton of work? Yeah and so. That's where I've I've become the implant restored Dennis down so we get to handle a few more of the complicated gated community. So here's the thing. The thing about it is that okay. I always tell myself I would be placing more implant. I F you know. I'm very friendly with lots of people who teach how to do implants. Obviously Moody is yes. The king and I.. Dr Garg I know him very well. And I've taken his courses it. I don't have that resource. I don't have a C. T. and I always tell myself I gotTA. CBC ABC Feel More Confident Treatment Planning and placing implants. I think that's a given. I think anyone who knows anybody. Implants would say the same thing if I got more comfortable with soft tissue surgery suturing entering like we're talking about. I think I could do that on a regular basis. But but here's the other thing the no one really wants to talk about when they're talking about when they're selling those courses. Implants have a much higher rid of complications. Even when you do everything right right exactly that's part of my issue as well There's one thing in my practice is that I am never late for for anything. Yeah I run on time. And so if they're so that's where I am in I can't stand late. So surgery is the most complicated part. I'm trying to schedule. One extraction will take you thirty seconds after you got him and the next one will be an hour and a half because you're still trying to fish out that route tip Gabar four. Excuse me and so for me. That's also another. Hang up when it comes to surgery things is that I'd like to be predictable That's that's why I don't do a upper molar because those are the ones that'll either again be an hour or two hours. Whatever I want to be on time? All the time and Restorative side yeah. I'm down to the minute on what something's GonNa take me. Yeah I have a pretty good idea with that stuff. I actually my schedule's a little sloppier I am the least productive. Dennis you probably know and I I like I like a bordering lazy schedule but not if I run over on anything. It's surgery yes and I I think the whole thing for me. Is that if I did more reps of the surgery if I if I just did more surgery I think I'd it wouldn't be. I even with the complications right. I was talking to my dad about this a couple of days ago. One of the big problems with with being a surgeon placing a few implants not placing a lot of implants. CONFU complication still. Come up in if you haven't handled that complication. Everything's like like red flag. Emergency where you know. Moody Eighty probably sees complications all the time. And so that's just part of the procedure base at that point and he doesn't worry about it as much and so on some level everything comes down to getting wraps yes and everything comes down to get my pulling out my old man get off my yard Side is there's so many young guys that I'm I'm proud of their boldness and wanting to jump in do implants from the get-go but they're not ready to handle those complications And so there's gotta gotta be They need to continue following up and take advanced courses after the early ones after. They've gotten some reps in so they can learn how to handle those better. I'm going to say to that. Probably all your best bet is to be able to do hands on hands on courses where you can actually not that the hand courses are gonNA unfortunately so what I was in the Dominican I can probably placed a lot of implants but then we laughed. Yeah and they have a clinic there. That handles whatever follow up. Needs to be done. Excuse me including the restoration but the nothing is like. There's complications that we probably never even saw. Yep like I wouldn't you like to know. If while this this one had a suture line opening and and that sort of thing and of course that's there in the business to make you comfortable placing implants but but I think to some extent you almost need like maybe partout would be handling complications. Or whatever I I. It's it's a Downer because like when they're selling those courses and it's all about big money and yeah and you know doing doing doing big things for people and all that stuff I think it would be awesome to be able to place a simple re implants all the time and I do. I know people who are doing it. Really well But I also feel like the treatment planning aspect of placing a lower molar versus the treatment. Planning aspect of a full arch. Something or whatever. It's like so different. I mean like again. How do you get reps doing that? Like how how is it fair for this person to be your first patient granted we have jump started and you know some of those things with the cone beams and the guided everything. Yeah definitely more predictable Yet at the same time I think before you can really jump into those you better have a handle on free handing and do them correctly standing where you're at and all those things and for me. I've never see myself getting there so honest. I WanNa stay away and the other thing is you can. If you like restorative and if you like taking restorative seeing stuff like that I mean there's plenty out there it's good to take so I don't it was kind of A. It's kind of a hard sell to determine. You WanNa do surgery on stuff when when it's just not your bag. I don't know I I want. I aspire to do that but I also have not not committed to do it all. I'm going to do this long enough that I'm not sure this old dog can learn a new. We'll probably ten years ago right around the recession sessions. Everybody's really struggling. There's the big push to become the generalist of everything and Tell Ya decathlon dentist exact. We're doing doing an April. Go in one room and your place Asian for large implant in another six months smiles next as well as delivering a sleep apnea appliance granted. I can do most of those. Oh sayings but again. There are people that I respect in my town that can do them as well or better And I WANNA be predictable and I also want to minds signs on some of these things take better care patients so You know I I I really enjoy doing short term and onyx Barron gutters course On Three D. stuff got me really going smooth and yeah we're we're doing enough cases that it keeps it fun and interesting yeah But then again I don't want to be an orthodontist. Yeah you know they tend to. There tends to be a class of people that are not always fun to work with but also funny man or does a different. It's different professional industry Iran. There's this orthodontic training you are. You're learning about faces. You're not learning about teeth that honestly I have a couple orthodontist that like you said refer quite a bit to me. Yeah like between bio clear different composite stuff and and what we've done that they should. They sent him to me for to shape because that's not their thing but yet they're looking at faces they're looking at. I think it's cool and I think it's okay for people to have their lane and luckily see Turunen wasn't able to make your voice dentistry so he would be the only one that would yell at us. He's he's not here so I'm really sad because I've seen in the last three years in the lecture from each time. Oh yeah why are you not doing more yourself. I know it's so it's so you can take it easy. You don't even have to worry about people on if you're listening. This is your own damn fault. We are so sad to Miss U. T. bone but Yes thank you maybe. Next year you can hit me twice succeed but somehow I'm GONNA walk around with a little less tension in my back knowing that he could literally jump out at any point. I tell me I'm not doing enough so I'm glad that I don't do that. Well Craig this. It was cool. It didn't go where I expected to go. But it's even better than that so I'm very excited that you're here. You're you're like my first Bra. WHO's here and we're still setting up for voice eventually? It's GonNa GonNa be great so yes it's beautiful down to it. Looks like the weather's getting really good in Arizona. It doesn't smell like that in Michigan. No she not on my horse farm right now. It smells like Dr Right mud and chicken tonight. I found I found that. We've got the different animals we have on our farm Goats are are the nicest milling Horses second and chickens are the worst so small fact about me was. I was an animal science major at the University of Idaho and to this day. I can still tell you what animal is local by the smell of the. Yeah so that's a talent. Yep Okay so what's animals see. I was as manager is that it's we at. It who tend to be more of a hands on with a live animal carcass. Evaluations him live. Judge 'cause 'cause it was rural and it was. It was there yup the next day you were seeing them on the hook and did you ever have to wear one of those extra long gloves at the veterinarians use for the gloves. I'm talking yeah yes. Yeah luckily luckily I didn't all the way to the shoulder. Those yeah I did get to wrestle a pig once. Yeah she escaped as we were trying to do some judging. But that's about as dirty as I really got I worked. I worked on a pig farm for two weeks and North Carolina when I was one summer between college years because I was still pretty sure I wanted to be a vet done and guess what when I was done with that It was it was not like a pig. Farm arm like like The farm on in Charlotte's web it was an industrial pig farm. It was that it was what they call a K.. Fo- it's basically the barnes basically gigantic toilets. It's the underneath guy. Was I decided to go to dental school. After that interesting that you can probably still pull right out right now isn't it. Yeah like you couldn't. You'd wear like all this gear over top and you so you couldn't get that Milano is truly worse than the smoker who just rinse with scope and has bad periods. Show all right Craig Craig. This is Great Regular Ass dentist Craig Harder interview number one at voices dentistry. Thanks for being on. We'll we'll hope you have a great time. I know I will exile.

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Barbra Streisand T04 #16 El Vuelo de Yorch

Podcast RadioViajera

1:00:00 hr | 2 months ago

Barbra Streisand T04 #16 El Vuelo de Yorch

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Rock's Backpages Ep. E83: Stewart Lee on Robert Lloyd + Robert Wyatt + Ronald "Khalis" Bell

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Rock's Backpages Ep. E83: Stewart Lee on Robert Lloyd + Robert Wyatt + Ronald "Khalis" Bell

"They. Woke throughout the back pages podcast, unbinding Hoskins, I'm here on glorious morning with Mark Pringle, high body and with just a Murison Bowie low Bonnie today we're joined by very special guests Lee Welcome welcomes. Thanks for having me I hesitate to describe you simply as a comedian since your work is a kind of radical Meta comedy the I for one have worship too many years. Thank. You also renowned as a as a connoisseur of obscure an unorthodox music and you are about to release a wonderful film king rocker about Unsung Hero. Robert. Lloyd. So we'll be talking about that in just a minute we'll sub discussing a nine hundred ninety one audio interview with the robot Watt. As. Well as everything else that's new on our VP. This week I steer what was your initial gateway into music? While I'm sure personally I grew up in a house where they were Jeff, love track albums and my mom went to the dentist wants relent operation and. They dentists played Hot August Night Neil diamond during the while she was on gas thing and she came out of massive Neil Diamond Fan which actually. The fact that that playing in your house, which a and battery some pretty good people and some of those old Neil, diamond albums and my dad likes of Country Western and things. And there was one beatles album a hard day's night. That was that had been bought in the sixties and that used to get played over time. So just that it was just not really but then. Starting to listen to. John Clearly. Starting to listen to John Peel at night about the age of eleven with twelve and thinking it's. Familiar titles. Yeah. A fifty, two year old man today. My Dad's my dad's go friend. The first sort of adult record ever got was eleven. That's go from the second madness album, which was also really good gateway into lots of things if you kid full of things up. Find out that scar and injury and things like that. So. And then a really. Supposed to hearing the full on John Peel. The fool. John. Heightening absolutely hyping it and thinking it was. And then just being worn down by. Months and then that being we ended up seeing him fifty two times that was. Funny process that it's not uncommon something you despise at first becomes an enduring passion. About Jimi Hendrix purple haze I despised it when I first heard it that's like ten years old I was just revolting noise and then six months later lightbulb went off. Yeah. Well, it means if it gets not stronger reaction in you, it means it's doing something in. If I. Come across a lot. One I eric be Google my name on twitter. Some people saying that they absolutely heightened me. Yes. Amend up. On or wherever kept watching me in the end they went. got that much time now. When he's suddenly sometime ago a list of things I like cosmic talk. And there's this sort of guilty pleasures section or maybe not even pleasures the end things like when I was young and he said like before you said mildness and. He's a big country with an exclamation. Extra, guilty really. Show. I was talking to someone about that lost oil. Why would I have been talking about big country national no idea why even? Seen seen anyone. But yeah how again? Well, again, they did one really good peo- session. That's the thing lawn really peel session, and then that it starts to get a bit of Jesse Stadium Rob. But yeah seeing nemours twelve or thirteen where they had this backdrop of these fields of fire were on fire behind them right So it's still listen to that I big country album, but it's good stuff Menotti was brilliant from then it's the chameleons Jim. Yes. Yeah. I. Mean was just Chameleons pace this week who, yeah we have got a new piece about the chameleons remark we have very good. They kinda positive by so I can't. I can't really comment on the but they were an. Ats Fight The music thing but scripture, the bridge album really was. A loved as a kid and it turned out my wife's favorite records. Well, Schizo have one thing in common I think. Still. You presumably. Denouncing gaels on does suppose you heard prefects you would have been taught me to young. Blood Ben on the prefight but I guess you would have heard the ninety on jump pill yeah. I mean, you couldn't. You couldn't escape them, and in fact, as a kid you deceive and law throughout this themselves that they were. Absolutely massive because I, think they did they did. Sign. Many jump sessions that seems to be present on the show the time you know you've got them on a documentary on arena on BBC two, and yet the didn't seem to be any way of selling them to the public of converting all that. Claim it just sales. When into more than a cult following A fulling which has led to the making of a really terrific absolutely delightful film. Really glad to say that a vacuum now we supposed to be touring around in whoever? Directed by Michael Coming and produced by by James. Nichols. But as it were kind of Co presented and Co starring Stuart Lee King broker is a fabulous film about a wonderful man it's just so. It's a joy. It's joy I mean I'm watching it when you something doing some time ago there's not fresh in my mind but I did see lover and I did as it happens I entered the nineteen goals are went to Birmingham thousand, nine, hundred, five to interview robot in the House that appears in the you go to visit his old house opposite the object pump and light and tremendously, and at that point nightingales. which is so different. Everything else that was I mean obviously, there's a kinship with groups fool but but like mid eighties Paul. Brady was the antithesis of the Gals I'm a monkey Smith in some ways as well. An all band. Did you get in? I? Mean? I think he read the enemy at some point you obviously must start reading the wire. Tastes accord with a lot of the artists they cover I, mean what? What's your memory of that time? STU INNOCENCE DOT Carnival position between. So to since he had cut music and this real sort of jump peel indie indie bands particularly from outside London well, if someone. Spent my early change thinking I. Wish I had been a bit older and I could have seen. The clash, you'll get the punk bands, Lloyd listened to the two-time tour weather but then it was pretty good being eighteen in one, thousand, nine, hundred, six because we had what's now remembered sometimes in A. Majority of ways cit six that sort of the enemy out type free type with the enemy. All these will coach shambling bands. Yes. They had that solve aesthetical of them and suddenly you're everywhere and there were fanzines about them on three of them will be on four times a week in the your local pub. So as really dig deep into that and the GAELS very sheeting full funds of that same thing with again, they weren't able to capitalize on that. Had He. Not. Closing on shambling. Anyone. That was that was a great thing. People are waiting I did feel like it was exciting thing and it was different and also. Weirdly, it tied in with the with the Salton comedy I think not period where you felt like early alternative comedians will like punk indie thing that was set in some way and certainly not living in London and not being able to go to the comedy stole the only places you saw those sorts people where the band's jeep assists when he was Kooky the poet opening four. Brag and the seat crazily experience. Pizza Richardson. From the Comic Strip updating protections midnight runners in between the Celtics and the Italian. Ashore set chippings an opening for the fall in eight four, which was a real. Light Light, Bulb, moment in your life, and so that to me, it will seem. thing. Together undersold John Hegley, Malcolm. Haughty. And people at that elephant Fayre PP cancer coach Rule Kristie Festival incurable. So you know they seem to be. It'll simply makes now safely if the sixteen year old me now looking a stand up now I would think it was folks now but I think he was of. That will rather than of this other of the council coach Don't get comedians opening gigs anymore. Really I don't recall ever having it doesn't work. It's awful. Sure, this I mean I, I saw Pizza Richardson Dennis active a Mexican bandit of new projects, and also it was obscene areas but was really only me and then I and then. Years later when he said he only did it that one night because it went down. So badly again and I remember it being we can actually detect shipping. GEICO. The for the full. Half the people that were trying to put him off one of the best things on it at the scene, and then, and then that that got two hours a single which I've got I can say all the show, the other shows. because. That actual night that I saw him? came out as a came out as cooed on. Labor, and so I in their. Nothing. Cheering. Just really. It was great because it had this over. The the full of the girls you know to take or leave it so attitude. Annoys. All you don't have to be. Like belton running around to being like A. End of the pay Rach getting everyone to join in and have fun, you could just be odds. Old could presence is even lit on the funding resign record. Building often jerry all that stuff. So three pieces about robot we're running behind page includes the autism spend, and they'll you the pace the following year, and then this John Savage wrote about saying the prefect. On the thirtieth of March nineteen, seventy eight at the Victoria Hall Hanley. It just clear what brave follow Robert Walls because he he was being the the other bands on the with slits in the buzzcocks think he had. That friendship with the both coats but the prefix. And they were off and he he just soaked up, he just doesn't care. Fits in the film but he told me that he wrote going through the motions with with with the prefect, which is the slowest song. They've got a really long. Judge because so of sham sixty nine fans wanted punked be fast. So he wrote the the slowest most annoying thing that he could to create attention those gigs. Recently what? Kids exam pipe is go lost and I was able to sites that seat you something. Robert said to me about the punk movement I said what you fast stretch him into disillusionment and saved him from wasting twenty years believing in things. About the clash tool he said on the clash to he started off being really excites invited on the white riot so. Within dice at felt it was just another branch of marketing I, think the incident which we've animated film hinges on, they run out of clothes and Bernie Rhodes gave them notre clash t shirts. Wore inside out because it be really enough to have the headline bands told why the clash they add to it takes its way round. He said, he said twenty gave up on this idea that was gonna be a everyone in its together and he was fast tracked into dissolution. I think he's. He enjoys being contrary unease east made is manage to make lifestyle the there's a missing. So ten years which was difficult to fill in and I think actually what people will take away from semi. That's the way me and Michael James Jamestown about it was. Whether they liked the nightingale is so portrait of this man it was sort of managed to absolutely do what you wanted on a shea string budget and he's Still freight now, even after a stroke and they still playing with with the group on his on his own terms and I think I'm hoping people can see as I think. People need cheering up I think weirdly happy fell. Oh, it's a very happy film. He's such a delightful self effacing. You know there's something about. something, about Burmese. Fund. So endearingly self-effacing and not drawing a Hema. So dry the I think outside the symptoms misset actually. Yeah, I mean I think if chip but I think sufficing thing is import nothing why? Manchester, punk scenes and Liverpool punk scenes and the post punk scenes in those towns had a regional identity because they they had a pool more Tony Wilson to lobby on their behalf and there's A. Funny. Arrogance about. The idiom of those with those towns that re the Birmingham punk scene which had led for mazing things in it but never really unopposed everybody's identity because it's not in the night true of people from there to announce themselves in any way the Action House is people. It's not a voice that people associate with prior to confidence rightly or wrongly. So it never quite coalesced in that way and he is very much put it. Yeah. Let's look back at the peace. Dividend was there was a lot Could almost have come from from your film. He's. Because he's being old twenty-five is the of grandfather already. SHAMBLING INDIE pop sound. And he says I get going Sultan when Royce's in these anti pop fans come to me and say you know the fight really ugly and you can't sing it's great in it. I. Think he has a certain amount of pride in the fact that the covered the sounds had him on the cover in a Cardigan indication of that house you busy Matt was the worst selling issue of sounds. It was. Just. Going some toast or something. Off The shelves. So so How do the foam come together? What? What was the germ of? Well Rope. Of after he has to pull the strings to keep in the game and when the the prefect together first of all I think in about. Two Thousand and. Two something then they decided to become the nightingales which will happen the first time around and. Heard. Always a fan. Annella smith-loyd would support them. London Gig because Ted Chippings in use to support them I around Annoy Lexington as well an against Moyer bad judgment or did it because it doesn't it doesn't work in where it used to be junk Ben's but that's what I him I. Always see them when I'm touring around. And about five five, maybe even ten years ago. He said what you think about making a film about the nightingales like the end Ville film about how the unluckiest you know. We're spending the world I went. Well, it could do that but you're not the worst band in the world and in many ways, you are lucky 'cause you still you still doing it and I thought there was probably. The worst something in there. I remember talking to people that BBC and me she radio bounce it and You know you always get not back with these things. You know you you wouldn't believe it really people just assume you can do anything if your mind celebrity but nobody wants to do the things I wanted to. And then boy, we're coincidence anemia oncoming directed the pilot of company vehicle and video did. And we just got talking and it turned out he was a big. Fan. I know I sit down will join on microfilm about them. and. So we cramped funded and James from fire records maxed out his credit code may em- helping out on a Shirley Collinsville. which is another idea it's page the BBC years on this someone else turned down and someone else. Did entity very well much better than modem and so. Everyone works on it for free from the had to pay the crew could in his shed and animates. Did with the animations for free and then it was finished and we were going to tour around cinemas, undo talks and stuff another sheet of virus. Reunited on the head, it's going to be on the Sheffield documentary festival the end of October in some capacity or if you can go and see it, you'll be able to but if he can't be online that doc and roles on. Television Platform, which is free to. The. Name yet, but isn't the BBC Showing in November, which is just great. It means that anyone will be able to see it. Approaches what you want really something like that I would I felt it was in the tradition of the sorts of things used to stumble across. On the BBC in the seventies and eighties united, wouldn't it be strange episodes of arena rule in monitor documentary somberly gladys. Is Out there, but it's just an interest together. The story just came together really well, robes obviously the really good reconsider and then other things suggested themselves. It was really funny how he's memories of events were often quite different to other people's memories of the same stories. So early on, we establish this. Technique web why we in Cheam about somebody and then ask the people involved that memories of it and they usually contradicted him and. then. Sorts of weird celebrities into frank skin it and John Taylor of Duran Duran's restaurant. With. You know from the Guardian and yes. So it which. gave it this. Become. A critique of the regulatory which suggested that you couldn't really trust the stories of these people anyway. Quite which. Seemed to be more. Sexy what what's which is good of the role of course of the king. Kong. The chew which was such a a brilliant idea. It's. Almost. Equation between which Robert. Schuman. Find the start Jay. Yeah. There's a statue of King Kong in Birmingham the. They're the six months but it seemed like, yeah, absolutely. Dominated much older men being really obsessed with the I never knew what happened to it and you know before the Internet you couldn't just find out. Did you so? Off the right off the years and I started to think of it. At the plan of twenty US looking for the statue as being like the story of robes life where it was this thing that was quite big daily in a way in the Birmingham scene and then went no knew where it went and would it come back and as it turned out the statute been to discovered by the Henry Moore Institute in Crispy you didn't go on display and then it's now in in the district but I just floated this idea to Michael the director we went to see. The Nightingale Lexington in Kings Cross one night. As we think about doing the film ropes start the stuff on stage that. It was really clashed afterwards doing full anyone else thinking of that statue of King Kong needs to be in Birmingham. City, you are you trying to what you know the host thinking about this? A nobody might have known. That's the thing. Anyway somehow and decided to do it to like play a mind game with me or still done. Then I've noticed him lock now. Things works really well I just I think it kind of it's it's quite important element in in the film isn't that something to hang the whole story on away as a symbol of something and he is a fantastic foam. So anyone who's listening to get a chance to sit. Either on as-yet unnamed television. It's not it's not the BBC you can see free. I'm just GONNA. Just. Through other things a free on page and then we'll talk about about what finally enough some I think also in the interview. He said something about Punky said on everything. So about purchase music until pump the only purchase things though ever listened to the English measly. ROBOT WANT AND HENRY COW IF. We. Were in the film because as a child rope sent him a painting, the did talk about. A little bit a painting from Robert Wyatt. Sent him letter thanking imprint And when they win the prefix got their first recording session with rough trade geoff. Travis said Oh Wyatt's in the next studio. You WanNa meet him. And wrote went in. He said I sent you a painting when I was a kid. Wants to Robert from Birmingham right and they with friends raged apparently. But I should probably know West is not the best of health. So we could we didn't manage to get that story into it and then if he's still got roped painting but yeah, it was somebody talked about We might as well. You know what? Let's talk about what it would seem dolf now to. Come into the world mark. Tell us about the new interview. Yeah. This is Angie guilting robot in August ninety one on the release of thunderstorm. I mean since great. The last half aw is pretty much entirely about then current politics is sort of depends on how interested you on then current politics but he convinces but the first forty, five minutes a really great. He took spout white moved to Louth wheelchair life is quite interesting about the limitations of being a paraplegic talks about new album. About how? New Material Robin Conversations Robert has a long history of doing a lot of versions in his work and this is mostly his own stuff and his partner I'll fritos office poems and he talks about that process of actually writing music to a poem, which is a very, very different process from his songwriting and. He's very interesting about that. Can I just interject looking run the reason we this audio for this week is precisely because fiber. This week publishing some collected lyrics. Probably about this collected lyrics of Robert want and Alpha Banger. Bang, Bang machine he pronounce her name. Ms. Salaries of books of lyrics. It's a really nicely don't piece of work rife with sketches and cartoons and yeah. So it's called side-by-side. He's he's. He's very he loves her writing views it. He's I I think my doorbells just gone. Couldn't hold on a second. Look. And he was never seen again. Met Roy in the street one. So I don't tend to build the people if I see them because I. A, it really could win people may ought be polite but I. Just wanted to tell him. You know how much of the songs of mentioning are thought really feel bad if I didn't and he was very good about it and that she knew he knew I wasn't you loads about comedy will the lesson he wonders I should expect. Something sent me A. Clip an email recently of clip of. Of Japanese schoolchildren thing massive jazz, Drum Solo. were. Obviously. Also, not something you'd like. Post Youtube. I pull the. Two GIG. I did I couldn't myself just been watching lots of comedy cool. Stuff on tally. It was the Barbican. It was the big staff third jamboree. So you waiting for mates come on the Jensen, you astounding the I couldn't stop myself. You and just. Kind of blathering like. THAN FAN boy so We wrong with very good. About. Because a lot of times people don't know that they still recognize you I think he's someone else and it gets really awkward. And they say, why? When's the word coming back? You know what? I was GONNA. Say you've got sort of Robert widish bid called. Small where world. So. He's charming about her poetry. You'll talks about his sin voice listen to a clip. Singer. Song by. Brown a huge off his brother. Now scientists, but within musician as as a boy. And he was such a writing vaguely very, very influenced thing and I was thinking song and if me and it just sounds like a really. Dusty Marya rejects you know. How We? Just. Couldn't really do. I could not domestic was no cap on me and this Is. So, just a- really retreating into all had left. Could you know did wasn't bringing it? Literally. A new book. Here. It's fantastic. The evolution of an English singing voice for him he talks about how played is voice how close is to his speaking voice, which is interesting. He goes on. He really likes hip hop will play trip at the end of the show when he talks about listening to Pete Thomas. hip-hop are radio one, this favorite radio paints its own. It doesn't. Nichols and. She says. I mean it's Just, briefly talk about what makes draw but want so unique I mean you really can't compare them to anyone and that voice is eight Sosa signed. It's kind of almost enchanting isn't such a sweetness to. The I love to the first series. Important rock show ever saw. Asia thirty teams free constantly park with soft machine headlining. Right and he's doing solo and some blues talking his ear and he flings his sticks downs for Thuc say I'm trying to play my fucking Solo. Trying to get me part of fucking message on thirteen. Prep school prep school and he's someone swearing on the stage absolutely transfixed boilers. My brother bought her albums I. Love The soft machine three. There's some useful seniors on that. Yeah. Somebody. So affecting about him, he's got this ability to sort of just extract the essence of a lyric and give them to you his version of shipbuilding. Yeah we should I. firt Elvis Custodians for example is is transfixed I. Think he's Great. He's upset utopias. Thank you mentioned in Bonney, Mo- moving in June I. Think you mentioned was the May? My first expensive. What was I think again, pill playing shipbuilding but then again, companies included. Mark. Allen sign for jumping at some point in the season decided to play loads of old radio sessions from the top gear dies and the he was itself machine session an idea which will as a young my may was dissolved jazz rock band that wasn't going to do I. As a thirteen minute jump peel session version meaning June much better than the one on the album. And it was what what you're saying about. Listen to over and over again on what? The drums and I made a what shit of film of it because it's it's so great and the underway. Especially, he's written a very conversational description of a day spent hanging around voice seem as Maida Vale Studio. Yes. Under drum patterns, follow the rhythms of speech. You know like messy and transcribing birds or something. He's talked coffee machine works and who else is coming in it's just. It's A magazine piece of music. What's funny is actually in the lyrics book, they don't put your visual lurks in the BBC. Of. Looming and transcribe boy he condo mustache live. It's very gary. Leads. Machine. Pretty interesting here in the. Obviously. He got very drunk party fell from a window, broke his back and became a paraplegic on for drama become paraplegic is. Total. Transformation in the way, let's it wouldn't be for guitar player, for example, and I wonder how much what he's done subsequently. has stemmed from a that experience and be the experience of being wheelchair bound and that. One's view of the world has to be different than some sort of way whether that impact on his ascetic, the original, the rock bottom album, which was my entry into why world is is to some degree about spirits very, very dark bow stat and Sucha. Favorite records. I think it's Really really magnificent and again, completely unique and distinctive sounding record, of course, produced by Nick Mason because he was Powell's with the pink floyd but the Michael Fills playing incredible guitar on it and the soft machine guys I think it's an opposite most. Terrific record of course is that he became a communist. Yes. She joined the Communist Party this time whenever and also leaving basically. This is going to love concern isn't that we can listen to this he he built she can is Louis thrown up he leaves the Communist Party in this is talking about that very good. In the CPS case. There was a funny double at going on where the the front was look. reasonable. Not like those horrible for ones. We Really Nice dislike. Really you know we know about why and everything. But behind that behind that they rarely off. Fairly, ruthless campaign to root out all the. Embarrassing remnants with basically in their minds was getting rid of the the tank legacy for A. Wonderful new new age kind of politics but in practice meant a sadistic. Roundup of. The people I had really come to light, which is so old anti-fascists. The Second World War with Paul Robeson records having jumped thousand. Dislike them very much these out these people that we will be told you know that we have to off nothing well. I don't know about. So. As far as I'm concerned when they got rid of these people effectively rid of me. Flosi don't listen. Don't know tank is term used within the Communist Party to denote those who approves of the Soviet invasion I love hungry and then subsequently Czechslovakia. The tank element was meant to be that it's just became a term general abuse. kind of old school stalinists. Is. Always in some ways, a politically pretty hard loin in terms of his politics in he's no doubt. He's never dour humorless. Always, a Xioaming con humor in that. We've got that on the side as well the. Did. Go to laugh and so it was interesting to hear this. This was probably seven or eight years before the I went up there and so. I think it's quite fresh at that point and they just moved there. He they talk about getting up twickenham because. This is one too many flashy calls street. Into Law Aliens. COMMUNIS. But. Yeah. He's yeah he was. Just. Absolutely. Yes, that really comes to an interview did. He thinks offering cups of tea and things like that. You know. Something Very. Lovely couple. It's nice to super. They'd been together for so many years and still together and what it just a great partnership creatively. Matrimony really still have you have you sort of kept pace with with with Roberts. Intermittently, and in fact, I actually listen to rock bottom for the first time about. Eighteen months ago and it was it was a bit like. Watching citizen Kane in my thought which when you either told these things, a classic indigo yelled get round to it. Had Up see nowadays that what amazing nickel that wasn't alive at? Around the same time is really great as well. So No, I land some. Of of joined him when he was playing shipbuilding not so time and then. And then had self machine as well, and didn't really know about the middle and I think the thing that people my age tend to get away you you seem you seemed everything between about in seventeen seventy six was just terrible and then you you look into it and you find out, it starts to become the gold mine if things that you never really everybody knew about it was date powerful. People in. Flares. Queen. which height and stuff. So then you find all this other stuff and. In Seventy one. Six primarily that to me is the most fertile period of. Music essentially. The Mobile. Robot actually affects he forced out of soft machine wasn't a pleasant sort of divorce. It's all and the moment he left they became the least instinct in the world just about overnight stay sort sorta became just so tedious it's not true but. You, know. Go. I love bits of their first three albums. Terribly. Consistent. But when when they were good, they really thought yeah we should just briefly mention the featured writer of the week who is not than Kathleen Maloney on good authority is Kathleen a not Caitlyn I'm with her because. She needs all the help she can get post talking. Shit. So. You Know Hey Catlin we're with you all the white she has a new book out. Called him more than a woman more than a woman who I saw on Saturday Night Fever Something Anyway New Noval Book Out Feminist Manifesto. So just featuring three pieces that she's written and great I mean, there's this fantastic with Courtney love from ninety four. Buddy Mike, and I'll just. She said I mean Courtney's just full on. Courtney mode I want this printed. She tells Catlin. This is never been Santana before I lost my virginity and a council house in Liverpool listening `isolation by joy division. So Guide called Michael Mooney who hung around with Ted explodes. Gets a little more graphic after the I'm not GonNa read that out, but it's It's great. An interview Kylie Minogue and there's a look back spice girls. It's great. Now also three own be pay in are now sort of suppose depressing me Brecca don't say the repossession we say goodbye we all signed combined this wait to this may be someone you familiar with from reading the Wa a member of silver apples simeon cokes some maybe briefly talk about sober apple's. Brilliant thing night did actually which was. Made Simeon made one out with a group. Cudi alchemists. We were a psychedelic stooges kind of type from Dorset. under the Guitar Spruce Simmons I know now these in all sorts of things in the beverage in the lineup of the crevasses currently going spray Jill Obama for all each kind of a a hired gun in things they made the record an album in a date with alchemists where he's doing his electric bleeps on improvising words over the of these sort of Cova rising stages whole. Quin riffs and I saw them do that life at Hewlett in nineteen ninety, eight annoy didn't know we was I knew I need the outcome widdly but I didn't I went to see them I. Didn't know who Simeon was on I thought. Really all. ONSTAGE Born in one, thousand, nine, hundred, thirty, eight. Yes torching afterwards and I've been no was right which is which is pretty good. You know when you? Don't even know how it happened really but it was a great thing to see nor she loved by used bits they actually on a show for BBC. Four could attention scum about twenty years ago used bits of Simeoni now commissions assurance package go ahead. Stuff Chris needs one of our contributors. This is just in the process of completing a biography of him, and luckily he got to read it and approve it before before he died. Great. Pioneering. Band. You could say without them you probably wouldn't have had suicide way suicide were and volume just below. I'm very involved in violation museum in southeast. London and there are a lot of people at the table let tonics who straight out of what he was doing. You know homemade oscillators lowest kind of stuff plugging things through we've got some really good pieces on the site about many but the peace we've got on the silver apples really good because he's he's he does great interview he really is he's really articulate very funny about stuff she doesn't take himself too seriously I mean he's not pompous at all wasn't pompous. And it says it's very sad. Yeah. I I didn't I don't in the silver apples I think went to. The Allen Vaguer about suicide oversee and he mentioned silver apples. Obvious kind of prototype influence on on suicide. Guys electronic really really. Electronics Pioneers One. Yes. Very much. Very different from silver apples cooling the gang we are saying goodbye to run old colleagues bowel who was really the main do the leader of Colon on the gang he. He. Jungle. Berry. Saad it's just justice came in. Yeah. I'm jungle just such a great team. I'm a huge guy. Yeah to be loved. Best of is so vital I mean. The guy in a way is it's a sort of story of T. bands anyway. Isn't it sort of two groups? They were one of the great funk groups that came out of James Brown, and saw the family stunned. But then they sort of reinvented themselves didn't I ask kind of more. Of Papa more of a kind of pop disco sorts of Great Yeah I mean Gosh you listened to the stuff consecutive chronologically is not like a big jump. It's bust off a bit in the studio and production terms I mean they started off very much of the jazz stuff. I'm the whole sexual was very much jazz section, and then the funk harder and harder, and then they started having very, very big hits in the early ages, which is what you're talking about. Barney? Ladies. Nine After they silently they certainly rather the Communist Party leaving Robert wired. They. Left me with ladies. Idea data he kind of linked up with them for bunch of those right bunch of those things so. I mean I think marks right those are kind of line that goes through like via kind of jungle bougie that was also a big earlier on. But there are some really great those early seventies records just fantastic. Yes. Sound and just really alive I think. Real Bond In the sense that say white rock bands abounds in a way which was quite as quite rare in American black. American. Music. They had the basically the same personnel for a long time. They were a real working band whose job it was going to stand and Brooks the house Sinoe the. Sensational, even through stuff like open sesame, which is I mean they had a real sense of humor that is hilarious record with like the snake trauma theme sort of in it, and they've got all this sort of mythological mid mid-seventies light site me kind of earth wind and fire ish color. Pyramids and sort of that kind of fear me. I didn't know about the. Earth when fired pyramid. had like the Taj Mahal of open sesame. It's very funny and again, the playing is just great. Great Baselines. Great drumming just super super. Funky, and just. So. You know. Major figure in the story of of American fung. Goes up to the. Saying goodbye to this week, and this must be the bought where we. We hear from you about the highlights of among pieces you've added to the library this week absolutely starting off with Hugh Nolan Instinct Jimi Hendrix in thirty, nine, hundred, Sixty, seven, this music echo and Jimmy says I'd like to plan notes and have it come out color and fight I thought let Fischel, working in a machine to do that right now. He's got pretty close. This is some questions jeep on this Jerry Nolan Johnny thunders heartbreakers he had been had left the band but was back with them for tour of England in seventy seven Barry Canes? News Bryson who just got on board. A Record Mirror is on the road with them and Jerry says this one guy I don't like I've discovered a coward and I can't work with cowards. Who didn't think he was talking about Bonnie? Well Pretty Johnny thunders. I don't know I. Mean Come on Billy Rath was another of the Muslim they. So I'm just not sure. Of course of possibly. Mostly as we as we learned last week become investment bankers. Too cowardly to be a punk rocker I spent a night in basements in Pimlico with Jerry Nolan Paladin Judi Moylan from snatch. But basically that your pill every ten minutes, we'll take you up next. We'll take you down some singing Jerry was nodding out on smack and we met PAT pilot and many many years. Later she remembered every detail of that evening except for my presence she no memory me who May Be wrong with laughter. So do jumping if you feel so inclined anything kind of triggers a thought in you. Great Lease Jane Persky Profiling Rodney being in Heimer, the mayor of the sunset strip for La Weekend seventy-nine. Now, she says the one thing she says, which is kind of funny devious because I'm not sure he'd get away with these. Here's a particular partial for very young ladies and the largest looming rumor about him the tends towards thirteen year olds. You well, this isn't really need is A. Will sort of Look ally in the seventies. The early. His English disco was where the led Zeppelin pickup, a thirteen, fourteen year old group is, for example, rubbing himself says, I'm only somewhat appreciated. Are People playing the forum because of me the people driving Rolls Royces because of me? When. We. Met Him in La. limps Tom Shake just about anyone I've ever met in my life. It was the dead fish endel that vases strange strange Bill Fella, actually kind of quite shy Geeky of found boy but his radio show woes tremendously influential. In says, he broke a lot of bands. Especially on the west coast sounds like she s you one betty page hangs out from the studio. Spandau Ballet. Gary Kemp says talking heads could be grace. They got rid of Vino. He puts looks from top on makes him sound any? Right you right you all. Come remained like could hardly be described his tenure. Court. Zing base registers and yeah, it's a great piece. This is the founded really do roth likes themselves and they make it very apart. Three. Record Mirror again pulled sexton on the phone to Louis Johnson of the bronze Johnson now this interview take place a couple of weeks after release of thriller and loose says Mark Jackson had off the wall and now he's trying to follow it. It's really impossible. The best thing you can do is a greatest hits album well. As a two weeks off to release a through. I think he was Kinda wide. Only the biggest selling album oval. And actually that was to the point where Brown's Johnson's career of starting to nosedive because they're sort of lost the Har-, the heart of funk, their their earliest stuff, which was terrific. Basically, in fact, artists, they must have played on quite thriller because they were Quincy Jones's go. Yeah Yeah. Life. God. Insurance Hagan Interview Sinead O'Connor. Fad She struggles with herself always hers. One purchases I went insane. Basically couldn't function couldn't even get out of bed to answer the phone. My nervous system was throbbing literally throbbing what it is a sad story is this before off the she Fighter of the Pope on studies show A. But he's I mean extraordinarily talented person tonight in but just absolutely bedeviled on mental health issues to this diet. It's heartbreaking yeah. Yeah. SINEAD STEWART DID. Renault, not only. She didn't do any. Other. Version she does that Bobbie gentry. So your some. Years. You. Know About Hoping I. Don't think. That's pretty. John. sturge. She's troubled rupel. David keeps the details ninety-three. We. Did have a recording career, which is why I didn't even know. He's great. She's setting says he'll given the gift of life one fucking enjoy it. Crohn's put on a pair heals all the apparel heals your dream. Voice we've taken to heart, isn't it? We absolutely have the pages office on a regular group would think of your trousers hanging up there. The overdue. Him, I think mark has a pair of leather trousers. I think somewhat line arrived. Transit trousers I'm not sure I'd get in. Fitting more but. MINGAS. This is greatest to be kids who look at me and go shit if that bitch can do it, I can do it. What I saw Clinton's victory speech and I saw him in all Gore I realize. That lovers is a White House of Love I. Just great. I've very secure mind security and I've made a home for myself in my disenfranchise state on quite home minute, which is actually Very Cool and interesting. This is definitely found always gives great. He's just one of these guys just wind him up and Salafi goes who Losses Vernon Gibbs really great writer wrote the sleeve notes to a massive Philadelphia Soul reassumed like seven the interviewed based on his sleeve. Let's about the band's about the musicians mfs be the studio guys and Bunny Sigler talked him but A. Lot of times would be causing a rhythm track and you could tell if it's just the way it felt we were cutting it. It's the musicians stopped looking at each other and throwing Lixin ideas that wasn't in the arrangement then with no, it was right because you can't write that stuff in advance you have to feel at the moment I it's a. Really Nice pieces insights into the one of egrets, bands, and recorded music his farewell show my lovely lovely things Malt Jasper take it away. We've sort of alluded stewart to your kind of wild fish musical tastes. So I went looking for a couple of y apiece is just for you this week one of which is our first piece on Cagey. Hanukah right. From Costco seem at the Tokyo showboat Japan coast in two thousand and two writes about it for the wire and it's it's sort of all night concert and it's really great piece where people cough kind of. Goes to this Robin Unlikely venue in the middle of the night and Tokyo's really interesting city in that it really does shot down after about one other than the all night drinking says, it has no transport you can't get anywhere. So it's sort of like almost like a curfew because you can't really go out and then get home again unless you're willing to stay out all night and then get the morning cheap home with older communities. But so he goes to the basement placen sees this five, six hour gig. It's a really interesting piece in great writing, watching him painstakingly with Voodoo storms of percussion from various seemingly ill-fitting in sometimes awkwardly syncopated patterns you begin to understand why he decided. Not to replace fish at Suchet's deposited drama, constantly shifting the musical ground will on Hainault Rennes the night with wild read shrieks pissing whistles, belching CONSC- like north as a string drones as it. That's a glass of really really great description of Casey Hina on I I always try and go and see because I was playing on a thing of him with something who was at least cool for she shusha but challenge Hollywood from this this dream but I I of it as well because I know it's going to be so a so emotion exhausting it is one of my favorite filmmakers, his Andrew Coaching. But I always put the films off until I. Know I'M GONNA be able to recover after. An ongoing is like that. He's one of these people is large of his records relying for said, listen to them every day. It's certainly. have. One in the. But If one of these people that feels absolutely necessary you feel so of purged after it and. It gives you a point to measure all of the sounds against when you think we'll the end of that the half minute fade out of that Summit Youth Song was a bit exciting. Say. He'll take that bit and do it for to ask you know. Describe those well, an MD because did I remember that easily did a really good job of it but also the thing of the the adventure funding the show in that is a good argument on things as well. What you're saying about it being tarring spoke to buy this piece as well towards the end Heino, sends up a Shimmering squadron of global notes from a shoulder top people are no longer show whether it's or then who's died and gone to heaven. He made some. Records with Derek Bailey where he's just. Making sounds really with don't really singing or talking just making SUV little shrieked some whoops and things there. Lies around or to adopt Derek Bailey about working with you because I really wanted to know we'll catch you on it was like and It appears he just sort of turned up never took his sunglasses off wherever they recording. Studio is probably in. And Mighty squeaky noises and then left enough was none the wiser typically if they're by these Sort of sense a funeral seem especially interested to know any more about him off. A. Eight shut down and then he went off so. A Lotta. Great. Got For stuart well, I got another piece from the wire, which is Laurie Anderson's invisible jukebox, which is the wild plays. A bunch of records for someone and Anderson is just a great character in a great interview. She's just very funny about stuff very interesting unlike a lot of people that go on the invisible jukebox who are trying really hard to figure out what they're being played if it doesn't know which is on. This. What is this is great so Conscious in that way, which is quite nice as a great bit which about Nam June Paik and being all the schoolbooks and having learned by middle school because it was funny at that time seventies eighties do something immediately be in textbooks. So suddenly your friends Kate is going we studied you in school I'd go what how awful I don't feel dead. Yeah. Let's is great and. The music but Mike Bonds plays her is is interesting and I just think she's such an interesting having that hit with though Superman. eight-minute Vo Coda so The. Radio. Those great moments she get in in the coach sometimes when something. So of escapes into around seventy nine, eighty, one quite a few things escaped. It was a brilliant amazing time. You've got this extreme things being hit records unimaginable now know an absolute unimaginable, but it was great. I was working as a Paul certain technical stores at the BBC At cussing house at the time and when it first came on the radio, the radio room plumbed in. The Go. ped, radio. fucking this. And I'm just trying to something, which is I'm not sure why I thought of it but what I used to script said it. Was Channel Four show in the nineties s Mr to blow-black would robbie nasty would been ahead of Ryan's time at the BBC in the seventies and. The No to do right to tell for the pope's and Reuben had very fixed ideas about comedy and he would never let a sketch longer than three minutes which found difficult. But it's. People's. No piece of detainment could be longer than three minutes but I, went right. Trim producers over the swinney when Queen did Bamyan rhapsody and he said Yeah. We'll last longer than three minutes. So what did you do that you must have played that through anywhere didn't sit well. When it was number one the first week. Let's hold them make it sing the play the first off of it, and if it was number one again, the second way they would show the second often. Down into. We think we think that we. Should have done like Queen. Everyone's go more that record this strange area prog rock operetta thing to the top of the charts you tend to think that was one of the monument swimming escape since the coach but Nashes, they're holding them thoughts. Look. Me Choked up. Wonderful. Let me go. Betcha. Think I'll leave it. There I think we're. We're at the watching the clock. I am presents a producer mind is. But. Listen it's. A great great pleasure having you on. The show thanks for having us. It's really nice to talk to you and it's also it's also really great to go through the material that you're looking at and to be reminded of days when music journalism in. The Yankees were aimed at teenagers was the kind of long form writing the you only funding the London review of books now. That's Caitlin Moran Pieces. So the so vivid sets the sets up. So description of landing in states on the plane of news a great to go over all. OCHRE. That's wonderful. So a final shoutout for King Rocker, the wonderful phone about foam. Prefect and still current nineteen mister. Robot Loyd is just one of the best music films I've I've ever seen I have to say so Koch. When and where you can watching the trailer for I was struck if there's a bit where in the trailer, you talk about how things have got kind of. An in essential while behind you on a billboard, there's an ad for comedy central. On, purpose you know what? was. Being, accused of doing that. Lena. Of Being Accused of having set it up deliberately and I didn't is that that would mean. have access to electronic billboard serving in eastern station, which I didn't but it was that's there's a lot of funny little things in that film as a kid falls over in the background. In that seeing a exactly the right moment to say appears to be a perfect and he's been pulled him up and. They're all they're all criticism not some kind of. Some kind of gold you controls things would say. Point just so? Thanks so much for joining us. Thank you. We'll be back in two weeks hopefully with Jude Rojas joining us we are GonNa go out all we not mark with a third and final clip from the robot wants ordeal. Talks about Peter Tom. Saw-, just flag up before you play that if anyone is going to allow for a really good full-tracks from two thousand who doctor Buck's letter, which is Marquee Smith reading out an interview with Peter Tong asked watch things night needs to keep in his back but it's It's really inexplicable smuggled into the episode blue. Jealous I'd never leave home without. Ask them all. Round. Listen to pizza total of thirty, nine, Radio One, this of. Hip. Up. Thing about an hour. But. Unfortunately come sit back with the radio say they keep injecting more and more of these nasty little news bulletins, which is like which I really hate BBC. I can't see the point of Matola hysterical bursts about something in bottomless make wherever it might be. That's the thing that wait a minute in your news not that doesn't send me on Thursday Junko try. You know. Keep politics out. A. All the people say, what's a? Sums up watch delightful. The. A love that was such a funny clip. How would like John? 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10: Adoption And Asian Jews With Karen Rothstein

Never Thought I'd Say This

56:45 min | 1 year ago

10: Adoption And Asian Jews With Karen Rothstein

"Hey and welcome to another episode of never thought I'd say this with Jodie Celia and our special guests Karen Today Day but I really give you a little bit of mom stats. I am jody and I have two daughters. Zoe Age eleven and Beatrix almost nine. I can't believe she's almost nine Niamh. Celia and I have two daughters as well. I've got Harper. Who's almost thirteen and Lulu is almost how old is she ate almost almost eighty five almost weird and I am a life coach and the licensed therapist and by try to bring some sort of knowledge to this show but I don't really Great Charlie hard. I knew try try. Whatever what do I know and we have a great guest with us today today. Who is a really good friend of Celia and myself and that is you know I can't talk today. Let's do it. It's well. She can do it herself but this this Karen Karen. Would you like to give Your Status Karen Rothstein shirt. What would you like to tell us. Tell You so my name is Karen Rothstein is they just tried to say the two kids. I have a son who is going to be ten in a few weeks and a daughter who is seven who was also going on like seven seven. Yes you know she's going on like forty five. She knows everything she was has always has and she is a masterclass emotional manipulators. I found her this weekend. Oh fantastic here's to hugs to tears in in about thirty seconds flat. She's also always kind of been like that. Though she's indeed she gets you indeed so Karen. You know a little bit about our show. which is that we seem to find ourselves constantly saying things that we never thought that we would have to say so? Please tell us what is your never thought that I'd say this with your kids so mine was several years ago my daughter autre asked me a question in my response never thought I'd say no. Mommy's is are not broken to explain that but yes so I I am as you can probably tell by my last name Korean. I obviously see really. I'm DOS green screen. I I I was adopted when I was two by a white family in New York and I'm full blood screen as far as I know and so my daughter was looking at some pictures that were up around the house and she looks at her. My mom my adoptive mom who's white and her dad's mom my my ex is Italian Italian and she looks at the three pictures and she sort of looks at me and then looks back at the pictures and looks at herself in the mirror and says mommy what's wrong with your eyes what now she's like. Well like look at Grandma's eyes and look at Nana's is and even my eyes like they're kind of open and big big like what's wrong with your eyes. I said well there's nothing wrong with my eyes. There are just different so go wire they different and how come you don't look like grandma and I was like Oh okay so on this Sunday morning before my coffee. We're going to have this conversation sweet awesome and so thank thank you now was this was it the adopted conversation. Asian conversation was both both and you know we had just recently watched. Kung Fu Panda which thank you dream works because that really helped explain like you know income. Fu Panda pose pose data goose but po is a panda so Salamis is kind of the same and it. It's just really especially because it's like Asian and I guess goose's could be Jews so well. I if I were GONNA make an assumption about a goose that would be kosher kosher truly. If you eat it covered in cheese gyms gyms rab if a rabbi kills the shirts delicious. I'm going to defer to you on this conversation. Let me also say so. Karen and I have known each other for almost twenty years now 'cause we went to and I was crazy. We went to Grad school together and the whole way that we we met with that. She was laid to orientation station. I had gotten orientation. We'd never met before. I'd gone the wrong way to orientation and I was walking back and she was walking the wrong way that I just walked so I stopped her abrasive. Lee Apparently and was your day off interface and was like a New Yorker and I was like it's this way and as walking I just look at her and and she had come on which is Jewish and I just looked at her and I go what's that about and yes hello stranger with the tax she grabbed add my hand and I don't like being touch touch grabbing like okay strange lady touching me asking me really personal questions. I don't yeah I'm I'm actually Jewish and I'm adopted. It's like Oh okay well. We're late so now we go back story and then the and then we went to we went to I mean like it was interesting because you I wouldn't have thought that obviously she was Jewish which was a stupid assumption on my part and it was a good lesson to to me honestly because it was like why did I feel like even ask you that by the way like because you're totally inappropriate no boundaries. I had not gone too much. It's better partner learned this was before I went back to Grad School. I'm just saying this was Grad school orientational before she before she staedtler where the seller human beings for us right now so I want to go back to this you know I'm adopted as well so I love that that's a topic thank uh-huh yeah are getting to bring up because I think as adoptees and adoptive parents and things like that and I think to our generation was there. I mean probably in your situation because it was more obvious but I do feel how so but I I to really made this uncomfortable but I do feel like adoption was something that although you talked about it was sort of a weird like dirty little L. Secret Yeah it was it somehow made you less of a less of a child unless of apparent that in it a real overnight a real right people are like Oh is that your real parents and you're like well. I mean they fed me. They put up with my shit. They asking me out of the house yet so yeah heard better than a lot other than anyone else's but I do feel like it's something that until until I was a lot older like really in my twenties I didn't. It wasn't isn't something that I discussed very often. It wasn't something that I talked about because it was something that I think I saw as like that. I didn't want to somehow de-legitimize my family that it that we weren't and it was also something that because of the way I grew up and being the business and sort of my background and things like that I think my parents we're really worried about people hearing my story and you know people coming out of the woodwork and things like that so that's kind of added a little different thing but it was a really strange strange thing to carry around as a kid and I just wonder what that was like for you because it must be you know obviously people were like Oh. These are your adoptive parents or whatever and how did that like how going through that change the relationship with your parents yeah and so a my adoptive parents have if a thrilled two brothers who are biologically my parents children and then they adopted me so. I'm the youngest. I'm the only girl and again because I I am. I'm older. I'm I'm forty five you know when I was adopted when I was two there. Were not a lot of transracial adopted family so is very unique so there was always a lot of attention attention and in loss chester in Westchester and I grew up in in predominantly white area and so I often felt objectified defied and it's no it's no fault of anybody was just so unusual compared to now and I live in Long Beach now where there's all sorts of mixed different combinations and permutations families it was it was it was sometimes challenging just to be seen as a novelty. I I have to explain myself Sylvia. Even if it's coming from a place that I wanted to connect always feeling like you have to explain your existence in in your identity good job Celia I ca- Jackson because I just dropped my kids. It's off campus or they're going to camp at the Jewish community center of course because I'm a good Jewish mother. Well summer's over. Oh I know both good and bad. It is good and bad. I mean the good thing. Is You know I'm not fighting off mosquitoes this as much as I used to be but I am cooking a lot more. Oh good yeah which is nice except that. I don't always have time to cook and I definitely don't always have time took. Something healthy and I'm trying to be really healthy. I've know I've mentioned that a thousand times and I don't want to look for recipes. I can't stand going to the grocery store especially when it's really crowded crowded and I just sort of get overwhelmed and so I have been using daily harvest ooh about them yeah. They are awesome. 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How do they actively and you've told them planet option. Did they get it kind of. They kind of got it. You know it's I think in part because especially in Long Beach like they have friends whose parents are lesbians and they have other family adopted and there are lots of a mixed ethnicity couples so for them sort of the quote unquote not matching parents and kids is not that big of a deal actually very funny when my ex and I got divorced. My son was the start of a funny story always funny. This actually is my son asked his dad. So when's mommy getting a girlfriend. What now 'cause you mommy are divorced now. So why is mommy getting a girlfriend because the only divorce couples couples he knew were lesbian couples so he just equated divorce with being a lesbian so he just assumed that I was going to become a lesbian. Was that easy I know right double in your wardrobe with men anymore yeah yeah yeah so so they're kind of used to that idea and you know. I explain Senate very simply and there actually are more and more adoptive scenarios where the adopted per child isn't evil because for very long time almost every single movie at stripped adopted child always goes bat shit. Crazy usually kills everybody but in kill anybody. I just want to be clear batch of crazy with mindset but yeah uh I didn't. I stopped at that yeah and you know now that I'm older people just assume I married and nine times out of ten ten. I don't correct them. They assume it's my married name. 'cause Rothstein is my maiden name right right. and I just don't correct them anymore. Going to temple with my ex husband was really entertaining because they all thought he was Jewish and they they would on it and then say saw. What did you think of the service. Did you enjoy the Hebrew like bitch. I actually taught English. You don't need to speak to me like I don't speak English well. I actually was in English teacher by thank. You very much really loud. Do they talk to you really very slow slowly very patronising and again like it's it's easy to take that and turn it into being very negative which I think I spent a lot of my life being very angry about it being upset and then you just eventually unsually have the moment where you realize it takes a lot more energy to think the world is against you and fighting it and you just let it go and you just give people the benefit of the doubt and you say when people ask you what you are that they're trying to connect albeit in a very inappropriate uncomfortable way but I guess of in the Hallway. What is that what's going on so teach idiots like that still working progress. That's right years. We're almost there HAMAS timing. I think it's really what do always have that you do your kids ever have to deal with any forms of questions or or you know. Can I tell what happened to her. The other day I was actually so you were at all and it was it was her daughter's birthday party on Saturday and you got we went to a movie about the kids and we went she. She went in to go and get like the kids snacks whatever ordered so I was outside with another lady who I didn't know whose kid was running around and a and and on my mom's names of the kids by the way I'm sorry but it was there was a there was a Sienna era there. There was a willow Jesus Christ. Were like going through the anyhow John got. Her name is Linda Names Kalinda John. Yours would have been proud this Lulu Blue Mines Lulu and Harper Luna Luna so very like you need to know to i. It was ridiculous. It was like the Moon ooh stars in a tree like it was a lot and my Sankai means ocean. It was a lot of work that we're really hippie. La assholes basically what it felt like but I have a jar of Kombucha with you shut up today and a big floppy hat. I don't wear the big floppy hats I guess she does no. I have no floppy hats. You made me get in one hat. I protest that I will okay any any who she was. She was in the room and the move theater and I I was with another mom and this other mom came to drop off her daughter and started talking to the mom that was with me and then assumed that the mom that was with me it was actually Kalinda his mom not that Karen wasn't had because Kelly doesn't look Asian particularly like they never met and they'd never met and so she was talking talking to this mom that wasn't Kelly's mom thinking that because they hadn't met that was her and just may just assumed that wasn't Asia and it was just so fascinating because it was the first time that I as your friend had ever seen anything like that happen and it made me realize that must happen to your kids a lot so then. We've obviously never gone for a manicure there. Is there a story yes so hold on. I'm going to tell them at any time we've ever gone anyplace and there are Korean people. They always guilt you. There is like why are you on a speaker so hey I was gonna ask to do people naturally assume you identify with events okay so in New York City almost all the manicure Sir Korean up here. They're mostly Vietnamese but it back in New York where I'm from and they became an ongoing joke with any new nail salon I went to I will go through the same exact sequence of questions they would start doing my nells and then they would say are you. Korean and I'd say yes and then they would say something to mean Korean and I'd smile politely say I have no idea what you say and they would say. Why don't you speak any Korean and I would say hello strange person? Yes I will have to explain my life story while you file my nails. I'm adopted did and so I don't speak any current. Oh and then they would start going off a mile a minute and Korean to other people and start laughing that happened when we were at the Korean spa yes and it it happens yeah any time. I'm in an environment where they are Korean people I have to explain myself to complete strangers and and it's just an and I would say like depending on my mood most the time not a problem at every now and then I am not in the mood for it and I we'll get quite abrasive about it but again. I tried to give people the benefit of doubt that they're trying to understand the I think so I mean I guess it is at the same time feeling like people are making assumption the same time like Doc. I would probably make the same assertion or not to raise or anything like you just kind of go like Oh. That's an incongruous matching or you know what I mean. I mean honestly asked about trump's because as a Jew I was like why somebody who's not Jewish wearing a homicide. Is that just like you just think it's pretty and do you know that's a Jewish symbol like I went to my own culture culture without thinking what her story might be and that's why I asked because I was like Oh whoa cultural appropriation that what you're doing I once got cornered at a Jewish speed dating eating event by a bunch of very angry little Jewish women who were like. Why are you here as like I WANNA. meet a guy but so you know it's. Jewish speed dating event as I guess I'm Jewish. No you're not as a young young like. Would you like me to Chamois for you. I can Shamalia motherfucker and I don't even I don't know what that is. Maybe it was a interpretive dance with it but it's the prayer that you you do like at every service imitating. Neil diamond to you Lord our God Lord Lord is one and I do it in Hebrew Neil diamond though she has eight mealtime no long way not at all impersonating. Neil diamond at all is strange weird. You know my husband did not think it was sexy. Z. Was total. I don't know why that's a shocker. Neil diamond hot hollow anyway so anyway sidebar Dr so so again put Neil diamond as an important side but is noise eibar one time inside diamond okay so going back. Let's bring it back to the original question about my children and being a mother It's been very interesting because of now that they're a little bit the older they are much more aware about race ethnicity and they've asked me so we're half. Korean right and said yes. You're Korean now. You're half Italian. I said however however like we don't have any identification with Korean culture because I mean other than I like Korean barbecue like I'm the Korean as you are. Yes yes and so I have a feeling that they accept it right now but that's something they're going to continue to you sort of wrap their head around because my son does look more Asian than my daughter is. My daughter looks more Caucasian so just they're we're going to have to navigate that space but because there are so many again different permutations in the and and multiracial kids are the highest growing you know greatest growing demographic traffic. It's going to be less and less of a thing not certainly not like the was when when I was growing up and adoption yeah when we were growing up my kids particularly my little one is really interested in hearing my story because you know to them. Adoption is sort sort they don't. They probably sure that they are you. Take your shoes here like build all our bills all over. Her sounds like she's seen of coffee. I have another one on my right now. It felt like that afterward. That's what you should go to a speed dating event by the way in show boyfriend in in a heartbeat but my kids are really fascinated by might option story because it's something that they for them is really unique and and so strange that like these these people took me in. That's so weird but my my little one. She always feel sorry for me. I've seen her say this she she always like. I'm so sorry that no one loved you. I've been there when she said much feel really sorry that that your mom didn't want you and I was like see I be using that as a cautionary town bill. Sp Stop giving you away to. Can you imagine if I said that the mind please. I'M GONNA say it to my kids instead adopted so it's guys as the example well you guys. You know what rescued happen to you right shit together care and Ju- Asian doesn't know who she he is. You could be like that Great Skin Shit Program all day all day but but it's funny because trying to explain to them that like actually it's a really it's a really good thing and I but that also is has been my process because I think think for a long time I felt sorry for myself that somehow I was wanted or I wasn't loved it enough to keep. We're good enough to write all all of the things that adoptees. I think feel that we don't talk about because we don't want our parents to think that they're not enough and we don't want you know anyone else in our life to think that somehow we we don't love them or that. We're so it's a it is being adopted sort of puts this weird cloak of like secrecy on you about so many things that you can't tell your family your friends other because you're constantly trying to manage other people's love you and your expectations and their expectations of lying. You know you're good enough. You're GONNA an and but it's a really interesting interesting thing and I've talked to two other adoptees about it and it is sort of this universal thing that we all feel and deal with and that it takes a while to kind of get over so it was funny when when be said that to me and she was like I'm so sorry that that that they got rid of you and you know had she said that to me. When I was seventeen one one it would be weird because I'd have a nine year old at seventeen. Let's let's let me a little older. Maybe at twenty five had seventeen seventeen year old me would have heard someone say that in a very different absolutely yeah you know even twenty something year old me would have heard a very very different what have gotten something very different out of that like. Oh my God you're right like I know you're right. Nobody wanted me. I was unlovable or whatever and instead I remember when and she said that to me. I I laughed and I said No. That's not how it is at all. I was like some people just aren't capable of giving the love that that little kid needs and so they find people who have so much love that they wanna give to somebody else you and trying to end it for the first time instead of saying the words like Bullshit Bullshit Bullshit like I actually believe that and I was like yeah that is that is the story of adoption. It isn't about being rejected. It's about being loved so much that it doesn't matter where you came from or who you are or what you look like that they will love you anyway and I think really when when I shifted my thinking around adoption to e. instead of being rejected I was so overwhelmingly loved that I was taken in regardless of who I was that I was just loved so much and that when I looked at it like that I was like. Oh okay so like being able to have that conversation with my kids now having being done so much healing I think is is is a much different conversation and now be wants to adopt all of the babies. 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Try on take the quiz to find a pair and men find the perfect pair for you today and then you can see and drive. It's true take it takes more than biology to make you a mother where you know right which I thought was so great right from the opposite side of someone who doesn't have a relationship with with her mother by choice now because it was you know so toxic. It's like and people say to me. You know like well. How can you not talk to your mom and I'm like because I have to do that for my own. Wellbeing takes more than biology to be a good mother makes your mother but she's so entertaining. I know she is so entertaining. I got good stories about her coming up but yeah it's interesting because you guys both have talked to me also like separately about the fact that when you each had kids it was the first time Hi Matt you had people that were biologically related to you and you could see thing yeah in your in your kids that you saw yourself and someone who's you know. It was not adopted like that's I. I mean everything for somebody outside and and you know speaking. I guess for myself but I suspect for many people who know people who are adopted adopted. It's hard for us to we. Don't know what we're supposed to say. It is still a dirty little secret right. I haven't said to you when I said let's have. Karen and I know I phrased it. As is it okay if we talk about the fact that you're adopted because I know you're Jewish up sure you whispered in the can't. We don't say those words right. It was like it was it was like right right for once she wasn't Abrasive it was it was a pleasant because now it all for lodging. You got got sick. The family thing is interesting because I remember when I was pregnant with my son. I consciously think consciously have put so much on this idea of finally having a biological connection to somebody that when he was was born and I didn't feel that I was devastated and it really impacted my relationship with both my now ex husband and also my son that I felt doubly like a failure because you all feel like a failure is a mom like everybody thinks they're doing a shitty job in racing psychopaths but some are are yeah. I'll tell you won't be in Net flicks special. do we get the right obviously yes and it was it was heartbreaking for me that I would look at my son like this was supposed to fix me This was supposed to make me feel connected and finally hole and did it really struggled with well. I had the opposite experience experienced because you know my story and I've been pretty public about talking about. I've talked on my book and stuff. You know my mom was in jail. When I was born famous. You wrote a book I did. I she's on TV some self published no but I I and I was saying I got him at care. You heard your mom. Your mom was in prison therapists. I remember what you were saying because I was listening. Just saying now that I've been trained my friend rally here existence to my important story validate me now so so so for me. My story was my mom had been in jail. When I was born. My father was in prison then. He was killed in a prison riot when I was nine months old so I didn't you know I didn't have any biological connection. I had raised her but she was not a around. She couldn't take me on the hospital. She was still in jail all this up and you know for me because of everything I went through trying to get sober and all the stuff I remember I held onto this resentment with my mom for so long that biological biological mom excuse me my biological mom about the fact that we have to to not differentiate early. Good example might interrupt you because I know what I'm talking about but it sounds like I have a whole bunch of resentments at my my adoptive mom which is not true anymore now. She's chanting no but sh- my mom is by the way but my biological logic mom I had this deep resentment because I always felt like it was somehow. I wasn't important enough to make her get her life together that I now mind you there were half siblings and there are all kinds of but I remember once I had my daughter and I was trying to get get my life together and I was trying to do you know do all these things and get sober and get you know really become who I needed to be. I remember after I had my daughter everything changed because I looked at her and I went oh my own problems and struggles and everything I'm going through have nothing to do with you and have nothing to do with with your value how much I love you how much I want to be a mom any of that two completely different things and unfortunately one affects the other really huge way it was in that moment for me that I finally found a huge amount of relief and forgiveness pretty mature for seventeen year old thank you it's nice if we broke up tents emotional moments ah motions we're not a runaway but yeah but it was you know talking about it was for me that connection to having having something and having my own struggles and going through it made me realize her biological mom's own humanity and her own feelings and we asked that had nothing to do with me up and that was that I think was probably the most important shift and change that I went through in my life was finally dropping that huge ball of anger of and I don't know if you had resentment and anger towards your biological parents or I. I don't know if that was something that ever came up for you but I feel like it's pretty frequent and comes up a lot so you went looking right so yeah so I in my twenties. I found out the sort of truth in a nutshell. My parents were young in Rural Korea and my biological mother died about about a week after I was born but don't know the circumstances however I found out afterwards that I don't know how much of that is true. My father remarried has kids and I don't know how much of it is true because there's a lot of shame attached to adoption in Korea so I was lied to by corrine social services because they didn't want me to my biological. Father didn't actually want to meet me in the average and told me he did and because they didn't want me to be disappointed. I think the really funny moment was right. After I found out a friend of mine at work I was teaching at the time said this might be too early but this loud Jew from New York right and he's like I'm just picturing picturing you right now like in like a rice patty field pulling in oxygen behind you one of those ridiculous hats and he's like I know that's totally inappropriate and insensitive but it's just so far from who you are but that's who you could've been and you would look exactly the same but you'll be some like rural farmer as a High School English teacher Jew from New York. I'm curses like a sailor won't be at Columbia. I want to be oppressed right so that was really Andre but what I was thinking that too. I'm like Oh my God my life a holdup horribly in an orange jumpsuit but arm has your color. I think you look good. You were never arrested. Yeah I was but you know it's just such an interesting thing like talking about how your path from a choice that and and it really makes this thing about a choice. That wasn't ours yeah that we didn't make for our own lives completely altered the course events. It's of who we became crazy yup and the going back to your question about the anger yeah a lot a lot of it almost just like not direct anger anger Henry. You're near me you got spotted with anger but then I went and saw the Kayla Kayla Yeah and issued a constellation therapy who is based out of L. A. She does it with her husband. Bruce and so you you and I talked to you about it right after family constellations for those of you don't know are done a Lotta Times in therapy and treatment and it's when you sort out of recreate the family dynamic using the usually the identified patient or the person in the middle and then everyone around them and you can step into each role of your family and talk like you are that role so you can see where they're coming from so I don mine and then I told you you should go and do it and it I I will say and I'm not exaggerating and I I am not a Hippie dippy can Bucci Kinda wanted it changed my life and it changed my relationship with my family and I did it a couple of years ago so up until it was in my early forty so for for about forty years I was just angry and hurt and just never had a great relationship with my adoptive family. It had its moments where it was okay but it took so much energy for me to get to that place and for the first time in that session I acknowledged my biological mother and spoke to her and I never ever once in my entire. Life acknowledged her existence. an actually spoke to her so. Leah took on embodied her and I spoke to her and it was like I instantly became this child and I said you know I just I just want to feel loved and I wanNa feel have a quote unquote normal relationship with my mother and amongst other things I've been in when I got out of that I immediately contacted. My adoptive family and apologized college is to them for how angry I had been for so long and I talked to my my adopted mother and I said I've been so angry with you because I wanted you to be my biological mother and and you could never be that and she's like I never wanted to be that I never I know I couldn't be that for you and it's said just took me this long to realise that you will never be that woman and that's okay because you're something else and you're equally as valuable in my life and that moment was a complete turning point and I actually was just talking to my mom and dad on the phone driving up here. which is I I really don't talk on the phone like that? Voluntarily like call them and you you know it just is so it's so different and I think acknowledging that the your adoptive family is not the same as your biological family it never will be and that's okay right that they both can exist in he exactly that is incredible and very moving well yeah and and I love to hear the story of somebody else. Who you know kind of shares? This weird familial history us US adopt these. I think there is kind of an immediate. Get Bond of like Oh you get this. You understand this in a way that most people don't so to all our adopted moms out there to all our moms and dads out there who have adopted kids. It's it's an amazing experience and it really is. It's non shameful to talk about it. 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Of course the older ones had to master the little ones right as they walked out the door right as they walked out the door but anyhow so I had done I forget what had happened was my kids. It's me Oh we just had them like separated. I mean we're doing stuff. All Day home was because my kids started it as is usually the story. It's a theme. I'm sure everyone's realize lies. My kids usually are the instigators and you've been telling me I was on the phone with we were at my house because of where we're at Sealy's house and she starts telling me how her kids were putting fake tattoos on each other on their vaginas. Let's be clear more giant right like more like lower lower abdomen area on their pubic bone right okay and because they're so she's just telling me the story in the car but cheer for it right and and she still I think did you still have harper and zone or something no heartburn soccer game. Let's say they were at the soccer game. I walk in the House and be runs over to me so excited and so thrilled and just pulls her dress up and moons me and then proceeds to tell me I've got shady tattoos on my butt cheap cut and she had awesome like gold sort of Sundial glittery gold foil tattooed on each each butt cheek. Yep Yeah Yeah Lulu had a pop patrol which sister had done to her had papa troll character that had his arm up on the air like Superman style but pointing downward like he was about to fly into her Kuch like no dude. It was a small mall dude fly into her Kuch. That's all I can look like and she's like running around making out of her pants over her vagina going located gated. Let's say he's going to punch me in the vagina. I was like Oh my God. This is not just go get your sister put that on the night but when on her too and there on her butt cheeks speaks but I didn't put one in her butthole. I was like great. Thanks for the restraint limits. I talked to her later that night like that or the next night she was like Lulu fell asleep and I went in to check on her later at night and she didn't have the blanket. Sutter had no underwear on so it was just too tattoos of like in the moonlight shining back at me of Papa troll online indeed budget full moon in my house and I started laughing and she woke up and looked at me and just go nice tattoos on your cheek and she goes thank you okay Yup Yup so Eddie. How yeah surprise surprise it's the first two member Jain I mean honestly. What's the problem with them? So we have failed really. It's like the jazz alling phase. It did far worse but not with pop. You never know I mean that and make choices getting tattoos salmon. Get my next tender date. Just full on your Tattoo. I I have joked. Only of course I have joe for years that I was GONNA get barb wire over my c section and before my sister died one of the last thing she said to me as you have to promise me will not actually we do that and I was like God. Damn it fine so bossy with cancer cheese not nice so I won't actually we do that but I've been tempted. We've got some film. We do have some fail Would you like to read the story of our fantastic. We we asked some of our among friends for the Mamas yes in the mamas for some fail male and there was a really really good one. We had a couple of funny ones but this one is good because it's like she said this is from Sheera. She says it's not mine but my husband on Mother's Day. We went to a restaurant. That was a make your own bloody Mary Bar. They bring you the vodka and then you do the arrest I got up to go to the bathroom and I came back not even two minutes later to find my husband's scooping ice out of my vodka glass and putting it into the kids hot chocolate glit- he thought it was water with ice and there he was giving them all five five and ten year olds ice drenched in vodka. I swear I cannot walk away for five seconds. So my question is was mother's. Day like a lot more chill the rest of the this this is great now but there is a whole nap situation that happened that we'd be tempted to do it again. Now you drove through Taco Bell and the way I I mean like little drunks. The last thing you need to do is give alcohol alcohol. Lord so oops before you before you do that sure he was like what totally dealt with a situation right yeah. I was helping them. It's every I mean no offense dad's but you do have a reputation for doing things such as that just not always not any better though let's be real. I've never overdone that actually shockingly plenty of not less. That's kind of the dads out there who are just trying to cool auto racing isomer chocolate. Maybe New Jersey. That's even better idea. Oh my God the mom's not here. Let's get it in her mother's Day better. Let's is probably five clock somewhere. I want to bloody Mary. Just kidding. I don't all right. What are we doing. What's the next thing no one here. I don't care well. It is actually a Monday at eleven forty forty five. I don't know how they do there. Goes Your Bloody Mary Drinker. I'm being accountable yeah. I'm just GONNA keep drinking my coffee. I got us all though if if you have been imbibing you should you should email us with your worst stories so seal you. Why don't you go go ahead and provide them with the information they need to email us while vape having three or four glasses of wine mommy. I want you to know that I spit some of my coffee back into my cup when you said that so just as an way. I thank you for that because that was funny. You give me a dirty look as I said you were funny. She's living. Why beside funny it wasn't that it it wasn't funny. It was the spitting the ice the communist drink it anyway just of course Europe. Is your mom Malta Yeah. I've I've eaten food. That's fallen out of my mouth so I get it yeah of course on on the floor. Oh my God my kid drizzly day and I was like that is with the last piece of mango and you drudge dropped it on the floor and I scooped it up. Put it in my mouth and they were like you and I said well next. Drop it well. She cleans her floor though your cat hair I'm already ingesting Matt. I'm sure all the talents actually why she there's not much closer to George Ones Yeah. It's a PICA thing he's eating okay anyway. We've gone really awry. It's all the coffee back. I got US theater awesome coffees. He's though from our eighty five degrees they are salted. 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GSMC SciFi Podcast Episode 105: Good Omens, Marvel, and Star Wars

GSMC SciFi Podcast

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GSMC SciFi Podcast Episode 105: Good Omens, Marvel, and Star Wars

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There is just so much in the world of scifi from television to movies to books to comic cons video games. You know, if you're listening to this podcast, then you probably know a little bit of about sci-fi. So I'm not telling you, anything, you don't know, but we're gonna cover not all of that today. But we're going to touch on some television show news. Some book news and some movie news and a little bit of comic news. I think so let's just see what we can get through in this episode shall we? We are going to start with television and the first story is about the new. Television show. Good omens. It is a television serial based on a book that book is by Neil diamond and Terry. Neil gaiman. I think you'll game and Terry prejud-. It is starring David Tennant, my favorite doctor of doctor who I my favorite Michael sheen. Also Jon Hamm Anna Maxwell. Martin Josie Lawrence Adria are Yona. Michael McKean, Jack Whitehall Miranda, Richardson. And Nick Offerman L six episodes of the serial will be released may thirty first on Amazon prime video and later broadcast weekly on BBC two. So if you're a fan of Neil diamond and or Terry project you have probably already read this book. It is based on the book, good omens the nice and accurate prophecies of Agnes, nutter witch, and I wanna give you the description of that. Book because you just need to know if you're going to watch the show, I think you need to know what it's based on. So according to the nice and accurate, prophecies of Agnes stutter, comma, which in parentheses, the world's only completely accurate book of prophecies written in sixteen fifty five before she exploded the world will end on Saturday on a Saturday next Saturday. In fact, just before dinner, so the armies of good and evil are amassing. Atlantis is rising frogs are falling tempers are flaring, everything appears to be going, according to divine plan, except a somewhat fussy angel and a fast living demon both of whom have lived amongst earth's mortals, since the beginning, and have grown rather fond of the lifestyle are not actually looking forward to the coming rapture, and someone seems to have misplaced the anti Christ. I, I have not read this book, but I need to put it on my list. I have read some of Terry project. I Terry practice books, and I have read some of the L gamons books. I just have not read this particular collaboration both authors have very. Strange senses of humor, and that is not a bad thing. But when I can only imagine when the two of them combined to write together that it is going to going to be interesting. The previews of good omens look, interesting visually. It looks very kind of over the top and. Lots of interesting wardrobe twice and just, you know, kind of well it's about the apocalypse. Right. So, of course, it's going to be a little bit over the top David Tennant is the demon own doctor who was demon. But he is Crowley, a demon, who has lived on earth since the dawn of creation, originally called Crawley. And this is about the television show. Now he is the snake who tempted eve with the apple from the tree of knowledge of good and evil interesting. Okay. Interesting fun fact, on the side, and honest, I note it wasn't actually an apple in the bible just said fruit, but it has become in popular culture. An apple so we go without apple. Michael sheen is, as well as era faily an angel who has lived on earth. As long as Crowley in the original novel, he was the angel tasked with guarding the eastern gates of paradise he end Crowley serve as representatives of heaven and hell respectively on earth. Earth. Anna Maxwell Martin is bills Bob. Jon hem is the archangel Gabriel. Of course he is. Josie Lawrence is ethnic nutter, the witch upon whom these prophecies of our from whom they prophecies came, Michael mckeon is, which finder sergeant Shad will the last officer of the once proud, which finder army maranda Richardson, is Madam, Tracy, a part time, medium, and cortisone. There are, you know, of course, lots of other people in this, it is, again, a six episode series. Oh, Benedict Cumberbatch as the voice of Satan. I, I know good comment on that Nick Offerman is in this sees a US ambassador, and father of the child Warlock. Okay, I'm gonna have to check this out. I'm gonna have to read the book men have to watch series. But the question is, do I watched the series before a read the book, I normally like to do at the other way? But then, of course, I'm always annoyed. I'm always annoyed. When I read the book and then the movie or in this case, the it's kind of a mini series six episodes, or a typical British series. Length. And I can't help but compare the book to the movie, usually not favorably, because I'm that book snob person that everyone hates. So maybe I should watch this first, and then go ahead and read the book, and maybe I'll be less disappointed. I don't mean to say I'm going to be disappointed. It's just a book movie thing. So this looks really interesting, I think I am definitely going to check both out, I just have to decide which order in which I am going to watch them. That was a tongue twister. Let's go ahead and move on from my book snobbery, and we'll turn to the marvel universe, which holy buckets keeping up with the marvel universe is almost a fulltime job. I seriously need the marvel universe for dummies because between all of the movies, there are then approximately a million television shows both live action and cartoon, Netflix has been running a lot of television shows. And many of them have been cancelled. Recently, Luke cage was canceled. Their iron fist was cancelled at cetera. One of the shows that is still on is Jessica Jones and season three is coming out. So. It again. Netflix, excuse me. Jessica Jones is a Netflix show. It is going into its season three as I said, many of the other Netflix marvel shows have been canceled. And I know people have been very upset about a lot of that the tagline though for season three is a sometimes not even heroes. And that's in quotes heroes can save themselves. Netflix says shown according to this article that not even fans can save their favorite shows. But we can't say the date for when we can finally watch the final season of the series. So it is only going to be three seasons. But at least we know that we know that will only be three seasons, and there will be I hope some. Some closure because it's really frustrating when series that you like get cancelled in the middle. And you don't you kind of have to choose your own adventure and make up your own ending. So at any rate, Jessica Jones season three is coming out. It begins June fourteenth. It'll be streaming on Netflix. And this will be the final season. So I'd love to know tonight, your thoughts are you excited about season three? What did you think of the first two seasons? Do you think it's time to wrap it up with season three or would you like to see more? Yeah. Speaking of net flicks, they have ordered an Egyptian supernatural story called paranormal as a series. It is expanding its global filmmaking efforts with an adaptation of the Egyptian supernatural drama, titled paranormal by off med. Calot Tawfiq, this Middle Eastern series will be produced by Muhammed Heff see and Amir Salama with Salama also tasked as the. Writer and show runner. So this is. To interestingly enough, Colt, collegue Tawfiq, who unfortunately passed away in twenty eighteen he is the author of paranormal so he's not going to see his work brought to life in this way. But he is noted to be the first contemporary Arab writer of horror, science, fiction and medical thrillers. So that is awesome. The series takes place in the nineteen sixties. It follows Dr refund is mile, who is a single hematologist who finds himself faced with a series of supernatural events. The story is said to be packed with mystery and suspense, while this is the first Egyptian show to hit the streaming series. It is the third Middle Eastern one following both gin and Al Rwasa school for girls. So that's one thing that I can say about all the streaming services, you know, you really get to have a broader a broader view of. Different TV shows from all around the world. And I think it's exciting, I, I enjoy that you can watch different shows from different places. And this is based on a book by an author from somewhere, you know, somewhere other than the United States. So I am I'm intrigued it is. It's it's been set. I don't see if there is a date for it to be released will update you if I find that information, oh, the author is he was very prolific. He wrote over two hundred books, so that is awesome. Maybe they will adapt another of his books if this one does. Well. So speaking of well marvel which we were doing a few minutes ago, there is there's more, there's, there's more marvel. They are creating shows cancelling shows. They're creating more shows. It's amazing. I need I need a need the cliffs notes, but Marvel's powerpack is in active development at marvel studios. There has there have been rumors about a project featuring these preteen super siblings for a long time, and this will be an animated feature or an animated series. So in mid twenty eighteen it was reported that it was still under consideration. MC you cosmic reports that powerpack has been moved into active development, although it is unclear whether this is a movie or a TV series for Disney. So let's let's let's find out, what powerpack is it was created by Louis Simonsen nineteen Eighty-four. It revolved around the exploits of the power. They're real last name, siblings, who were given abilities by a kindly dying, alien sure that makes sense. Because it's a comic book that wasn't snarky, that was, of course they were given powers by an alien and liked it, it was a kindly alien because that means that the alien didn't have. Bad intentions, so they were given powers to protect them, C kindly and the earth against the evil invading snark. So my gosh snark. That's awesome. Alex, who was aged twelve adopted the name g later, zero g and could cancel out gravity. Julie ten became light speed. She could fly at great speeds leaving behind a rainbow trail, Jack eight became mass master and could alter his density, either adopting a large wispy, cloud, like form or becoming super dense and small and Katie five could convert solid matter into energy, calling herself energizer, the five year old really should be energizer. The kids later discovered that they could swap powers, and that any one of them could possess multiple powers at a time even all four, but only one sibling could use one or more power at a time. So if one kid had all for abilities, the other three would be powerless, interesting. This sounds really fund a five year old little tiny superhero, and an eight year old sounds like it could be very interesting. Five year olds are very curious very interested in a lot of things that could get little, Katie who can convert solid matter into energy into trouble. A so I am intrigued to see if you're familiar with these characters and this story. What do you think would you like it to be a movie? Would you like to be a TV series? Actually, I said it was animated, but that was just the picture with the story. It doesn't actually specify if it's going to be animation or live action, whether it's going to be a movie or TV series but it is in. Active development. So which would you prefer live action animated? And if you have any of those siblings powers, which one would you want. I think I want to fly not terribly fond of heights, but flying that just sounds fun that she can fly and she leaves plan to rainbow trail. I'd like to I'd like to make rainbows. I just think that would be nice. It is time now to take our first break of the podcast. When we come back, we will be talking about some Star Wars news. So stay tuned. You're listening to the GS MC, Sifi podcast, and I will be right back. Chapel. 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I am much more familiar with the Star Wars universe than the marvel universe marvel mostly just because I'm so far behind don't think I'll ever catch up. I am at least caught up on at least these Star Wars movies. And some of these Star Wars television shows my husband is a huge fan of the animated shows such as the clone wars Star Wars rebels. It's cetera. So I have watched some with him, but there is now also going to be a theme park expansion at Disneyland and Walt Disney World resorts. And so there is going to be a head of the soon to be opened theme park. There is going to be a titan. Star Wars galaxies edge comic. And this tight end reveals a mini prequel to Star Wars Episode for a new hope of for most of us of a certain age, that is the first Star Wars movie even though it's absurd for that's the one that we grew up with. We just call it Star Wars. A new hope is, you know, nobody calls it a new hope, of course, people, the nobody that's high personally. You know what I mean? But galaxies edge number two returns to the edge. The end of the clone wars on the planet. My ghetto jet. I master key, Eddie Mundi is murdered by stormtroopers commanded to execute. Order sixty six in present day, I order officer, confronts, legendary thorium Doke on Dr in his denim ticket. He's a shop containing unique galactic artifacts located within black spire outpost on the remote planet, but to. So this is the. That's a little teaser of the upcoming back story. And it is, of course, in comic book form. It is a precursor to opening the opening or the expansion of the theme park. I'm not going to of course, read all of this to you because. Well, let's just that would just be not right. I you know, the I'm, I'm scrolling through. And there is I see Guido or a character that looks like we'd. Oh, I see Java the Hutt I see. Oh, jobs palace where we have those pig. Looking dudes. Yeah. I know I should know their names. But while I love Star Wars. I don't always know all of the tiny, details of Star Wars, and I apologize. So there are comics Star Wars galaxies edge number three releases June twenty six and will feature Honda. Okhana. Hey, I know him. He is in some of those animated ones who will be realized in the form of a life like animatronic held within the millennium falcon smuggler's run attraction Star Wars, galaxies edge opens may thirty first at Disneyland resort and August. Twenty ninth at Disney's Hollywood studios as part of Disney's world resort. So if you are a fan of Star Wars, if you are a fan of comic books if you are a fan of theme parks, then this just might be the comic book for you, and you should definitely check out this, new hope backstory, Disney also has confirmed that the next Star Wars movie will be from David Benny off. And db Weiss Benny off beat ESPN. I o f f could be pronounced a couple of different ways. But it has been confirmed that the next story will come from Star Wars movie will come from these two days. David benef- and db Weiss. They are the show runners of game of thrones. That could be an interesting take on Star Wars, if they bring a game of thrones mentality Star Wars, a little bit scared. But at the beginning of this month, Disney announced that the next three movies in the Star Wars franchise will be released December sixteenth twenty twenty two December twentieth. Twenty twenty four December eighteenth twenty twenty six at the time. No further information was given. I am glad that those will be Christmas releases because it's all about me and my husband and some friends of ours. Like to go to the new Star Wars on Christmas day. It is that it has been a tradition something that we have done for the last few years, we weren't able to the year solo came out, because it came out in may. But neither none of us thought in the theater, and we actually watched it on Christmas day anyway. But it was a sad Christmas day with no Star Wars. That year. So I am glad to see that at least in twenty twenty two twenty four and twenty six we will have a standing date. Guess you'll know what you know what, I'll be doing on Christmas day of those years. The two were known to be working on an original Star Wars trilogy rumored to be set during the time of the old Republican Republic. But Ryan Johnson was also known to be creating separate trilogy. And there was still the possibility of standalone movies. Although hope for those have seemingly evaporated following the per for poor performance of solo a Star Wars story, gem a little bit bummed by Cas. I actually enjoyed solo end. I would've watched another one, maybe that's just me it seems like it didn't do very well. So we do have another trilogy coming. We have dates for it. We just don't know exactly what it will be where it will play into the Star Wars canon and the Star Wars universe. But we know who will be who will be working on it and will now I'm just waiting to see if it's going. To have a game of thrones feel to it. If so, as I said, I'm a little bit scared. That's okay. We are going to take our second final break of the podcast. When we come back, we'll be turning our attention to some book news. So stay tuned. You're listening to the MC Sifi podcast and I will be right back. Tired of searching, the vast jungle of podcasts. Nell, listen close. And here this out, there's a podcast network that covers just about everything that you've been searching, the Golden State media concepts podcast network is here, nothing less than podcast bliss with endless hours of podcast covered for news, sports music, fashion, looking entertainment, fantasy football and so much more. So stop lurking around and go straight out to the Golden State media concepts podcast network, guaranteed to fill that podcast is whatever it may be. Visit WWW dot M C, podcast dot com. Follow us on Facebook and Twitter and download on itunes soundcloud, and Google play. Welcome back to the MC Sifi podcast. We are talking about some scifi news. Of course, talked about a Star Wars the last segment. And now I wanna turn our attention to books because I gave away in the first segment, I am a book snobbish for which I know it's annoying. But anyway, so I wanted to see what new books are coming out in the world of science fiction and fantasy. And as I was looking at the list, there is a new stranger. Things book coming out in the month of may. But also on this list. I just have to share the title of this book. It is by Murray's Broadus. It comes out. May. It came out may twenty first and it is called pimp. My ear ship. You know you're not supposed to judge a book by its cover, but I'm totally judging this one by its its title. It is, again, it's called Myer ship. It's by MAURICE Broaddus. It is a steam punk adventure that follows a poet named sleepy whose only goal is to stay out of trouble that changes when he runs into a protester cold one hundred twenty degrees of knowledge, a law and an heiress name. So Fien Jefferson whose life has fallen apart after her father was murdered the three find themselves on a journey where they encounter, mediums and criminals in a possible battle for the heart of the country. So if you are fan of steam punk, you know, maybe you're already a fan of MAURICE broadest. But hey, the book is called Myer ship. That makes me laugh. So I'm willing to to at least look into it a little bit more just based on the name. But as I mentioned, there is a new stranger things book coming out comes out. Let's see what date is that may twenty eighth today came out today. It is called stranger things darkness at the edge of town. It is by Adam Christopher and of course, the third season of stranger things is debuting on Netflix later this summer lots of excitement around that third season. But in the meantime, Adam Christopher has written a new novel that follows the life of chief Jim hopper and his experiences before he ends up in Hawkins. Indiana during the Christmas holiday in nineteen Eighty-four eleven discovers, a box labeled New York in hoppers basement, and he's forced to explain his experiences in Vietnam and his time as a husband and father in New York City police detective. So if you are interested, if you are fan of stranger things if you're interested in some back story on chief Jim hopper. Then you should definitely check out this official stranger things novel. It is out today, speak. Books that are out today. One of my favorite fantasy authors is Teri rooks. I have been reading him since high school. He has been writing since the seventies. No, I did not go to high school in the seventies, I'm not that old old. Yes. But not that old. This is home and where to even start. So this is a third of a trilogy. That is wrapping up the Shanna series and the Shanna series, or the books that he has been writing since the seventies started with the sword of Shanta there, there was there's just I don't even remember how many books there have been, but twenty thirty somewhere around there and the world has evolved, there was a series that was seemed unrelated, but then turned out to be a prequel to this. And there was a tie in series from that the running with the demon series that lead into the shandra series. So it's this whole big cycle of books and. Yeah. How he keeps everything straight is fascinating to me. I say it was by Terry Brooks today, actually mentioned that. So anyway, this, third book in the fall of Shanna series is coming out. Today came out today. It's called the steel assassin and it's, it's bringing this whole at least part of this grand epic adventure to a bit of a close, which is, it's the end of an era. I can't imagine he's leaving this, this, this world behind completely, but maybe he is I know he has written a completely different kind of book that was. I can't think of the title. So I'm not going to give it to you. But he, he has branched off from the Shannon books, and so it's really going to be interesting to see where Terry Brooks goes after this, but this as I said, is the third in this current trilogy called the fall of Shanna? It is called the steel assessment after the black L L stone and the scar invasion. Those are the first two books in this trilogy. The comes the next chapter in the fall of Shanna, a saga more than four decades in the making I keep saying it's a trilogy, but not it is book three of three so it is a trilogy wanted to double check that the scar have arrived in the forelands determined to stop at nothing less than an all out, conquest, they badly. Need a new home? But peaceful coexistence is not a concept. They have ever understood and advance force, under the command of McCurry, Princess agenda, has already established a foothold. But now the full scar army is on the March and will be. Tide any who stand in its way. But perhaps the scar victory is not quite the foregone conclusion. Anyone assumes, the druid Driscoll arc has freed himself both himself and paranoia from their involuntary exile Driscoll's student tarsha Canaan has been reunited with Dr chief defender of what is left of the druid order and is learning to control her powerful wish song magic if they can only survive Tarsus, brother, Taveau, and the druid who betrayed Driscoll arc. They might stand a chance of defeating the scar. But that is a very big if as Taveau now carries the steal one of the most powerful weapons in all the forelands and is hell bent on taking his revenge on everyone. He feels has wronged him if you are looking for an epic series of books, it is high fantasy and this is an entire world, the world of Shanna the were before lands, if you love if you love fan at high fantasy and you love series than you should definitely check. Out Terry Brooks. I never know how to tell you to read them if you read them chronologically, as they were written or chronologically in terms of the story, you can go onto Brooks's website, and it will give you both of those listings, so you can figure that out for yourself. It really is this whole epic saga that spans multiple series of books and again, fascinated that he can keep it straight in his head. I think he needs. I would need several assistance in a couple of millions to create very detailed, spreadsheets, or charts or graphs or something. Helped me keep it all straight in my own head. I am excited. It did come out today, so we'll have to get around to reading it. I have read the first two in this series. I've read every pretty much every Terry Brooks book and definitely every book that relates to the series. So if you're interested in these in the in this type of book, then you check it out if. You are already Terry Brooks fan. I'd love to hear. 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A life inside the rock 'n' roll circus - Part 2

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A life inside the rock 'n' roll circus - Part 2

"This is an abc podcast. Today it's part two of my conversation with tanner douglas. The first female rock and roll. Rhody tana came roaring out of australia running away from her dysfunctional family. Home to join the rock and roll circus. She started in nineteen seventy three. A cable wrangler. Acdc just as they were beginning this steep ascent from the suburbs into global stardom their town of mastered every aspect of stage production from front of house sound engineering diminishing. The lighting rigs for stadium concerts. Tana toured with suzy quattro status quo. And neil diamond. And she did all that before she turned eighteen. That's when she was inducted into the wild wild rock and roll lifestyle in london ton of wit with iggy pop album john and put together the rig for the who at their triumphant. Return to wembley stadium and while a rockstar might succumb to an overdose or a drinking binge. A rhody like tana is always at risk of being electrocuted or plumbing death from a stadium lighting wreak tunnel. Douglas now lives in los angeles and memoir is simply called loud. And just as a heads up as you might in a conversation about bands and life on the road and rock and roll in the seventies. There was some mention of drugs and drug use so some discretion might be required. Welcome back donna. Thanks for having last time. We left off. You just lift. Ac dc to broaden your experience and they were about to be catapulted into international stardom. You worked on a suzy. Quattro tour austrailia in the mid seventies. I was kind of obsessed with her in school at that period. Did she have a mile. Fans the way that a lot of mild rock and roll icons. We'll have during female fans for that she did. She did applying. I believe it was the holden pavilion and these young boy fans were like screaming and crying and fainting. It's like what is going on. And of course we the security as it was in those days was very limited so with all these people fainting and hysterical and being boys or young men united states. They would pass them up onto the stage and you take them out the back door and put them out on the street you know. They didn't come to time otherwise just shoving back down the side door and back into the audience this one chap who we. We were a little concerned because he just wasn't coming to. It's like my god. Is he dead. What are we going to do within the show still going mine gio and we're all in this hallway little area going. What do we do with him. Do we just putting out there and hope for the best and so on kneeling over him. And i'm sort of slapping him going. Wake up wake up. Wake up any sort of like oh opens one on the other. Minnie's gets really widely goes susan and then passes out again so we put him outside as a lost cause. It's like he's got to go. It's this isn't gonna work in so the some young boy somewhere probably to this day still thinks he came to the susie club concert with suzy lying. Well used to wear my leather jacket. Paul mccartney's band wings came to melbourne. And there was a huge party for them that neither paul melinda were able to attend his article. What dear member of that. Three day party. The three was in my house. I couldn't get away from it was in your house. Oh yeah that's my roommate. Karen karen sullivan. So her and her son shannon and i we lived in this house together and karen decided that we should have a party for wings because it would just be the best thing to do and we should do that. It's out civil jd. Australians and she did she did throw a hell of pontiac karen and she was very well connected so the guest. This was quite phenomenal really and we got this party together. And the road crew turns up and a couple the band and nebraska action and then the drama turns up and danita ends up with his wife. Jo jo and go i mean we had the place at some point because the nypd has got really upset and then when the police found out that we're having a party for wings i went. Oh no problem. And so they just they sent you. Don't go sort it out. We will just block off the end of the street. So there's not much traffic coming in and that should keep. Your ninth is quite so we had to write on. Discord was nice. And that's where jimmy mcculloch and i became buddies. Jimmy was the qatar player at the time with wings. Wonderful person wonderful game and being and we were both really young. So i think that's why we have well part from from another misadventure the backyard. But you better tell me about that because the dogs had your party. You don't the tokes out of poverty as well. I'm not sure you know in those days. You have a party and everyone bring the dogs as well. So i think it was just a hangover from the hippy. Giants or whatever. The party was on the second day. I believe and i'm standing at the back in this jimmy. He's he's out the back as well but we're standing there and he's watching these dogs so maybe six dogs in the backyard and it's just starting to get lied. It's really nice beautiful morning and this is something strange with these dogs and grazing like shape. So they're eating the grass. And so what are they doing. And then all of a sudden the sunlight hit this. Clint and it's like what is that. And it was like alpha oil like aluminum foil and they were little bits of it like all over the place where these dogs were. And it's like what is bad and we're both looking closer and closer looking at each other. I realize that was a stash. Should tie sticks that someone put in the backyard to keep them safe of course and the dogs are dug up and eaten them. Like oh my god tons of the states and it's like quick coming at utah sticks the dogs. We didn't know what was going to do to the dogs. Panicking jimmy's gone. Are they any good. I c. j. say good. I'll take some for paul. He's been looking for some good tight sticks. Which was the reason why linda would let him out the hotel. Of course he was. He's gonna get busted in australia what they did. When you say all the thai sticks how many we talking about here you don't memory serves me well. I think it was about one hundred but they weren't mine and i know they were. It was somebody what while. You're working as a production crew is really serious business because so many things can go wrong in so a hundred little things have to go absolutely right for the show at work. I wonder if you can still enjoy the show given that you have to watch everything so closely on stage. It's it's unfolding. Can you still sort of get swept up in an or you must not allow yourself to get swept up in the show. You're watching well it's different. It's different if you're working the show. Obviously you've got a bunch of keys and stuff which i would always have accused do during the show and things like that so i was always really focused on. What song was next where we were in the show. What was going to happen. You can still enjoy it though. I mean you feel the energy whether you're on the side of the stage whether at the front of house. In a risa whether the light and sound desk you can't not feel it because you've got so much invested in it gives spent your whole day getting it up. They spent months on this to Everyone works like clockwork now. And that's how it has to be because it's such a mammoth job. I find even if i'm a guest at someone else's show i'm still working. It's like all we've got your front and center seats are don't give me that. Say now give that to someone else. Give me one on an. I'll stick stickney the leading desk desk. You know. i'm good there. Because i can come and go. I can't sit still long. Just the touring life lead you. Further and further away from the day to day life that the rest of the world tends to live in it becomes law all of its own given up everything. You don't even have a k to a house where you come and go and you can cook something if you want or just open a fridge in. Grab something whenever you want. It's all very regimented on workdays it's like you start at six. Am breakfast is before you start so you don't have to stop and then lunch comes along. We'll only have lunch in this particular time. So you've got to stop. Then i mean i would die is without eating because i always found that if you stopped and started again it took you at least an extra half hour to get everyone back organized again from where they let off. I would try and finish a particular out of a job before. I break my crew. You lifestyle is totally governed by the to. What did the rhythm of the tourists that you live for the next twelve eighteen months given that you're working in a deeply deeply deeply blogging environments at particularly at the time. What's the key for you. Do you think to being accepted into that world entrusted as a woman. I would try to be one of them because that way it was more comfortable for them and it was more comfortable for me to you know so i would be one of the guys. And that's why i think so. Many people accepted because they didn't have to make exceptions for me and they didn't have to be careful what they said or those sorts of things and i mean it was a little walden willie at times but i was. I was trying to fit in you. Know and i still females today. Women young ladies who coming into this business. It's how you fit in as a member of the crew. It's not how you stand out as a woman so just remember that you bought a fit in whether you're a mile or female you've got to become an integral part of this. Well oiled machine because it is a well oiled machine and you've got an you know you just have to be able to rely on each other and you have to know that that other person's got you back because we don't have time for mistakes when a mistake does happen in need to know that echelons gonna pull together and fix it. I have another theory too. Which is that a band can almost never succeed unless they figure out. They need to treat the production staff with absolute respect and friendship. Otherwise they do not going to get the right people working for them or people might want to feel like doing their job properly or whatever and they went sound good on the nights nothing will come through unless unless they're smart enough to figure out that their whole career lies in the hands of people like you then they're not going to make must time. What do you think of that you know. I wish that was the case. But we don't have that much power. I mean as the crew we give it a one hundred ten percent no matter who is at the other end. It's always so much more enjoyable to be appreciated and considered by the artist. But it doesn't always happen and some people actually go to the other extreme where they deliberately rude and obnoxious and they just don't care you know and people will quit. People will leave. But you know it's really not in his dna to quit to give out halfway through it has to be something pretty radical for someone to walk off the tour really got be something really really bad for someone to walk off the to You know i. I tried to do it but i've never done it but i wish i had some time. Because it can be a really thankless job especially on the low about to us where you're in like terrible hotels or you don't have any hotels and they're all standing in hotels and living it up and they coming in light sound checks and then they want to know why it doesn't sound good will because you haven't sound checked or you weren't here you can't tell them that because they're the boss and that's why you to have that relationship with the oddest you're working for is just so special. Do notice in your book. Alpha new refer her lovely. A lot of artists are like you told with carlos santana terribly phenomenon. And then after touring with santana you off at work with neil diamond on his tour in australia. Tell me what you remember of the welcome party that was held for. Neil diamond's entourage southern cross hotel in melbourne Yeah i just come off. Santana's to and santana's tool manages said to me. You know neil. Diamond's coming to australia next. Nial worked through the same production companies. That are all this sort of premium crew. That didn't really top bands in america at the time and rbis and they said you know really good friend of patrick stance phil's coming over with neil diamond and they're looking for someone to put together the moebius and would you be interested. I'm like whoa. Yeah another to you know. who's neil diamond. i'm thinking i didn't give it. I didn't give it much thought. And so i go along to this welcoming bash. It they have before the two starts. And i'd sort of turned up going. Well i don't know if i want to go. Well i should probably because they're hiring me directly so like i have to tune up up just to say hello and stuff and it will give the room and it's everybody is. It's it's middle america. You know if it's it's stopped should you. And it's like satin jackets and and leather shoes shiny and stuff in the his old neaten just appropriately. Just above the colliery and to me. Everyone seems old. It was like oh my god this so old. What's so old. It's just. I think because i dress so straight and prim and proper. It made me think of people's parents just that way. You know what. I mean with that jackets and stuff so it was like. Oh god i've got to get out of here as quickly as possible. I'm standing out like a sore thumb of guy go so i said hi to a couple of people really quickly. Hi thanks yeah. I'll see you tomorrow. And i've really got something else to be took off so i'd take off outside and this guy comes out behind me and he's like. Oh hi know like oh hello and i'm looking for a cab. Just wanna get his star way possible and he's got. So what are you doing. Leigh leaving actually. I have since we got now anyway. Just the way for cannot come to his car and now this is alternative to pay for taxation. This is good. Well okay then and so. Of course this limo pulls up because yeah. Hi i'm neil and it was champagne we jump in the back of and of course it's nothing that talk. Melvin anyway so. I just won't be the free lifetime. It's what i was going for. What did he wants. Well i think. I think they always have been board as well name just wanted. He wasn't he wasn't being military or anything he was just he just wanted to have some fun. I just wanted to get away. You know. I mean how many of those things that i go to. Every time you turned up in the country that can go through these same things. You know what i mean and be nice to a room full of people you know title strangers. That all want to they found taken with you. Say hello and like can you sign this. And i'm just like let's go. We ended up drinking champagne on the beach at two o'clock in the morning which was quite good. Wow so so you affected. Neil diamond's escape from his own party ended up drinking champagne on on a melbourne beach. Within how lovely bottles sitting on his set jacket elated set jacket. Dan so i wouldn't have to sit on the sand. I mean he said he said darling man. He's the darling. Search gentlemen such this was on the space of already traveled a very long way from drinking bundy and coke with dc initiate house. I think jack and casually. What did you learn working on that. Tool with neil diamond because that had a huge production as i recall. I remember watching the tv special. My parents watching the tv special. When i was a kid there was a symphony orchestra. As i recall. Oh yeah out. It was huge. And that's why they needed someone for this thing called the moebius and it was like the very earliest version of an outdoor ruth for a concert. It looked like a big sombrero. Hats and it was yellow and white striped. I seem to remember so it was kind of like a so can't a mexican hat and just slapped on top of the stage ugly but you could hang bits of payoff. You could put all the lights up. They didn't have to ground support for the outside shows are the sidelines. There was sidelined problems. You know it was. The beginning of money makes the world go round. You know we can get rid of the sideline problems we can sell a thousand more seats each side. And so the moebius. I think the rolling stones used it before me and of course nails audience with a different audience to the stein. So i thought it was brand new and wanted to full as well and it was just a beast of the thing but i learned so much from the white that i handle setting it off and running crew was the first time i got to actually run crew and always doing something that had never been done before and astrologer especially and i broke the stunts record as well Set up and tear down so that impress people so you know it's a little kept me in the memory and then when other to came up. I wonder what that calls doing even turn eighteen points. No no i was sixteen seventeen ninety so i think i was just turned seventeen. Yeah so you're in head of a crude that's sibling this vast but of technology. And you're not old enough to legally get a drink in the joint stop me. No not nosed is now so longing to go overseas you relocated to amsterdam and then to london. But work was scarce. How close did you get to homelessness in london. O close as you can get to a park bench. Did you sleep on a bench but you know a couple of times. I did not as you know. I had a plastic bag with stuff in it and it was shoved up under bench spot known else into too but it was a couple of times. Just stay up all night and finally just taught. I'd have to lie down way. i didn't. I didn't want people to know that. I didn't have somewhere to stay in. I didn't have a job and didn't want to be a burden. I guess so. I probably made it a lot harder for myself than it needed to be. I'm kind of good at that as well. And it's pride is not too proud to say i really need some help and my father was trying to get me to come home. And it's like no now because that would be silent. Know it wasn't gonna file. It was mixed in with like one night. David essex done his tour in australia. He was on tour in. I think in the states and so he's to manage said well look after his house for a week went back for a week. So you know. I stayed there for waking up was on the road right across from be right studios right with that infamous crossing is his house sloth but then a week later on a park bench somewhere if i said can i stay a couple nights. Just even though they back they probably would have said yes. But i couldn't ask. I was too proud to ask. Could you physically defend yourself if you needed to hell. Yeah yeah yeah. I can still do that if i have to. I can. I can definitely hold on. I was quite short when i started. But i grew about twelve inches in a year. It's must've been only exercise and lifting boxes and all that sort of thing. What happened. But i ended up where i am at like five ten and pretty well times. All muscle all muscle. Lean no fat. those were the days but anyway You're in excellent shape loading trucks you're unloading trucks you climbing extending yourself. You're using every muscle. God so all it is is coordination really and just getting quick boom and you went onto status quo on their rock all over the world tour time. You're getting more and more experience. Tell me how you spent the night of your twenty first birthday. Yes swell. Twenty-one being this was the thing i'd i'd i was working and i was running crews in child release people who are older than me for ten years older than me so i'd always kept my age very quiet about that you know. I didn't want them thinking either. Being told to do by woman and be she's like same age as they kid sister or something so was very quiet about it. So we're going to twenty first birthday came around. It was like should i do something. Should not supposed to be a big deal. But we got this phone call at flat where i was living and the person who the flat was to manager and he just started with iggy pop and of course in those days. You know there's no soul phones or pages or anything like that so you can't get hold of someone. If they're out they're out he'd gone off for the night and in rehearsals. They just started rehearsing. And we're having all sorts of terrible problems with they sound system that at this terrible bouncing the system and the keep calling the house you know sort of pick it up gyn thing now. He's not back yet. Let me try a couple more places and getting a little angry actually anyway look go down and see if i can do something about it to try and help him out. And so it's it's raining stuff so off. I get a cabin. Go down through These rehearsal studios which are in the arches you know go underneath the train tracks night. Convert them over until warehouses and stuff and wanted to be converted into a rehearsal studio. So i go down there and know very happy. They are just sort of standing around. And there's eighty come slinging out to me very falen and his approach. What was it like to watch him. In even in rehearsal was eat compelling and russell capelli as compelling just standing in a room. He's compelling really is there's there's just something about the man and finally we sold out the buzz which luckily didn't kill anybody so you know we've got it figured out. And then he was so happy just sort of well. You know what we want you on the tool. I didn't you come on the tour. And i had a month between quotas so i'd gone from one working class fan to another and but the difference. This was so extreme. It was amazing. You know you publish the pops drink rider from the time. And i'm going to quote from this is this is what he's banned. This is iggy himself one bottle of jack daniels. Twelve bottles of coke twelve bottles of beer wherever possible hot sake and sushi for two people two bottles of mineral water six clean towels and right down the bottom right down the bottom. It says with an asterisk. It is absolutely essential at the conclusion of the show that there is a nurse in attendance with two cylinders of oxygen with masks and that or she's qualified to administer the oxygen. Please note this equation above is absolutely essential. Then he gives his aac his all out there on the show and it depends some some nights. I mean you just pretty much. Got to carry them up to the dressing room and other nazis fine it just depends and of course it depends what happened the night before and how much time off they've had and how many parties have been to etc. It all adds up does not. But it's that one nine. It's not there that's the night you're to really need it Broadcast on online. This is conversations with richard for them. Find out more about the conversations. Podcast just hit. Ibc net dot eu slash conversations now. This was the time when he'd had very tumultuous relationship with david. Bowie what did you see of that. Iggy pop david bowie relationship while going onto within miranda europe god that would like an divorced couple now can swear to god. You'd think they'd gotten a tumultuous divorce and but one was still in love you know. It's like oh god you just kissing makeup you to. You're killing me here. Which one was the one that was still in love. Eighty own really. Why was still love. He's like oh it's like. I don't know why he left me really well. He was pointing. I mean you know they. They had a really close relationship. They've written a look good songs together and it just sort of ended rather quickly and rob suddenly and and not well and of course he started touring and he didn't have david there and he was planning on having him there for that too and all of a sudden it was that big void. So we've done berlin which is where though both living at the time and of course it was a nice shy so you know we finally can up to london. And we've got three shows over four nights in london so he's just hoping that he's going to turn up. Anyway we get there we get everything set up and on the front of house position and someone on the stage colts a house to black. I'm the follow spot. Right is getting everyone ready and all of a sudden the into comments like tani need to come backstage now. So what do you mean now shows just studying nano. It's not you need to what it's not. What do you mean it's the house lights are out. No no no just come quick quick quick quick and it's like oh god that's the last thing you wanna hear especially in a venue like that which is just crammed pack with punk rockers. You know what. I made this like thousands of in the launch of just going down and they're expecting the show to start right now when the audience is yeah the audience thinking the show is gonna stop and go to my way through that audience so it wasn't easy battle you know and then it's like he's upstairs. He's in the dressing. Amy wants to what he wants to. What is it won't be for. This show is starting. There's all these people in the whole wide is record. Label people is is manager. it's like yeah hangers on what is gone on the concrete. Quick getting you got to get him out. We've got to get him on state banging on the door. James berg ad calling themselves book. When i got mad with him giants. What are you doing this story now. Like his mom and did he open. The doors opened a little bit peaked out with our involvement jacket and pulls the in the shuts. The door locks at goes. Cottam doing gone mad. We've got to get out there thinking. What do you mean damn on one of them then. We have to go okay. We have to no no no no wait. Wait wait wait hanikos. It's got this mirrow with free lawns on it's like oh god we got any of course. And then he posited he holds his whole this holding and he's gone. Okay hang on walks. And i've never i haven't really looked at. There's some guy in the shadow of the corner of the dressing room. You know. I'm not really looking at him. So he's had on that sort of hiding and it sorta harding and i'm not really concerned. It's like you know who he is. He's a bad influence on thinking. You know what the hell's he doing in here and why isn't he telling him to get his house so it's like look at the mirror news two lines on and obviously one for me one whoever this other guy is the drag because which is my nickname t. What you've retired david targets. Come to show. It's always at his beholding team. You're going oh so. I give him the mirror that's empty. Grab grabby drag interesting really quickly. I was mortified. It with barrick stolen good time as well. He looked a little sort of god's snacks. What the hell just happened. I'm sure she to people giving things not taking it from and what became of. You'll the jacket that yeah the lever taking shine to my leather jacket. Because he'd stopped the show with and it still does occasionally comes out with just a leather jacket leather pants on and i should underneath. And he takes his jacket off and he slept on the ground in like semi-circular swilled around and then throw it off very cavalier off to the left side. A monitor guy grab it and put it somewhere safe and he'd always say to. Your leather jacket. Can't do that way leather jacket on stage. It's like hell no got your own jacket. No you're not wearing my jacket. But of course after this whole fiasco backstage and dragged him down the stairs and the band was all ready to go on and look off the front of the stage. And it's like miami out there. And i figured that if i try to fight my way through this especially now they can see the band coming on stage. They're going to be crushing the front with my leather jacket on. Probably pass out so it. Take my jacket off and give it to the monitor guy and just dive off the edge of the stage and stop fighting my way through and then i get to the front of house physician and then on the show starts and then this one guy goes. Oh no that's really bad. He's jacket just got nicked off the front of the stage. And just as i look out just the back end into my jacket getting sucked down into the audience. It's like the little brat. He wore my jacket on state. And that was the first. And i'm sure the only tommy ever lost leather jack by doing that thing that he does and of course it was mine and my reacted little bit a happy camper at the end of that bottles obey that. Come with those swing tops on welsh. Gross yeah those. There was a case of in wouldn't cry. I'd get delivered in. And i remember picking that up and throwing it at him. Some people through a case of should iggy pop is always screaming about my jacket and the manages. Like what's the worst thing you'd have decided to someone calm down. It's like you're overreacting goes the he's gone. I'll give you like fifty bucks. Go and get another one. It's like the missing the whole point so james. You only a leather jacket. That's the most punk thing i've ever heard in my life. I threw a case of grocery apple. Yeah it was really upset. I got another one actually. I've still got. I've still got. The replacement went to this day. They do those jackets. So then nineteen seventy nine tana the who to make their triumphant return to wimbley stadium. Acdc playing with them there as well as several other bands. What was your job on that day when we started and i was on the lighting crew. Yeah i was in charge of all the front house stuff and it was just wonderful to actually be a part of that show you know and it was such a momentous thing. Say i really live show after keith. Moon died cy. There was a lot of pressure for that shy. There's a lot of pressure for them. Does that feel like you. Standing on a pinnacle. Did you take a moment to sort of go. This is pretty interesting. Windy stadium and here. I am charged in front of judea. I did actually and it was that the load in the very beginning of the morning and it was like the cold night air sort of thing you know and it was a little bit misty because it's that big huge outdoor stadium and it was just did actually take a minute to just stand there and go. Wow this show bates sleeping on a park bench moment. Yeah that was the last time you could actually sit down and talk with. Bon scott from icy decent was at was. How was he that day you know. He was his usual charming self. They set. wasn't that good because they'd had sound problems. Which was nothing nothing to do with sabotage or anything like that. But i think they thought might have been at the time. But that's not the sort of thing that who does it professionals that do that sort of thing and the crew wouldn't stanford either you know. It was just unfortunate. They would problems with this sound so it was a bomb. By that he was he was. He was coming reflective. Like how thought we'd be in a different place by now and maybe it's feeling kind of old a little bit. Sorry for himself. Maybe i which was a shame because really this was a huge kickoff. In europe is eighty thousand people in that audience. Eighty thousand people. Just see nicey. Dc and a lot of those thousand went. We want to see more of this. You know so far. He shouldn't have been as reflecting. We sat and did a couple of shots of jack daniels as as we do and had a chat a bit of a reminiscent. It was nice to get to talk to him. It's said yes. That was the last time. I did actually get to speak with him. I wonder if you missed being part of an up and coming band. I wonder if he missed his way way. You were all piled to that. Group has to gathering instant kilter. I think bond was more vomit. Bain sold it to the brink of it. I guess with the valentine's a little bit you know and they'd be no before and and it was older you know so. I think he was more frustrated that it wasn't happening quicker with any ban. You know it takes time all these people who think these bands are overnight sensations. You know then. I realized that they've been flogging. Hard for several several years. You know. And i i think just because he's older than than malcolm angus and he was feeling it. You know nothing goes feeling a bit. Sorry for himself. But i don't think he wanted back is fairly is because it was hard on his voice. You know he was doing ten fourteen. Shows you can't do that. You can't do that as vocalist along. When she received the did he died. I wonder if that was your first sense of mortality. Gave you a first sense of mortality or whether how much profoundly shocked you well. It did profoundly shopping but a week after that particular. Show jimmy mcculloch my buddy from wings. He died and there were several other people who died all around that time. I mean it was. It was a really terrible time in the music industry and in england there were a lot of people in for various reasons. Whether it was over indulgence in alcohol or condolence in drugs so what had i road accidents. There are all sorts of things happening and it was just a really bad time but bond hit. I'm really hard. Yeah he hit. Hungry hot received a request from her. Royal britannic majesty to attend an events at windsor castle. Told me about this events with what the occasion was was John actually so. My beginnings without john started windsor castle. Guess we got off to a royal start. I guess it was pretty upset injuries. Twenty first birthday guest so queens. Like what you want people. I'd like john please. Usual everton john. And it's like whatever elton john is let's get it for him. It's twenty a little little. Did they know what an elton john was right. So what does the correct attire for female rhody on such an august occasional. Unfortunately there's no no specific dress code for a female rhody but for a female on that particular evening. It was formal elbow length. Gloves and full length evening gown. So that really wasn't going to happen with this no way i could do that. Although did get tortured a lot. They did take me to all these formal attire places and maybe try always dresses than just just to torture me. I think because in the end. I said if you're going to make me do this. I can't do this. So they send a request off to buckingham palace. Do you think she can wear pants the at suicide. Just don't let it be conspicuous people in the shadows. He wouldn't get off stage. Really what we're supposed to play for an hour so this is his chance to get kenobi or something and it's just like oh i've got the whole royal family watching me. Come the queen's birthday. I'll be there on the list. Well it went on and on and we couldn't get him off. We just couldn't get him off. It was like one of those if we had one of these because you know that they put around pull them off with manages begging him from behind the please come and he's just ignoring us and smiling be mile. It's like oh god this is terrible. I mean it was a good show wasn't ending. I guess we didn't want to be forgotten because they know there was other stuff going on. I mean it was a huge. A huge huge spectacle that they had for his birthday. I mean it was fascinating to just wander around windsor castle. You know we got. We got a little bit of time there. windsor castle. So much of the work of rock and roll in the seventy s and eighty s was conducted the blizzard of cocaine flooding around the place. It is kind of astonishing to hear how much cocaine was consumed in order to do that. Thing where you need to wait for two days and in style will not depart for another two days as well does it. Stop issue now looking back on. How much cocaine was being consumed around around the industry at that time you know in all fairness it wasn't just the industry you know. There were doctors bankers amongst others. I mean it was everywhere. It was every way you couldn't get away from it. They was there was probably ten years of my life where. I didn't know anyone who didn't do. Drugs was that normal and not accepted but like anything. You know too much of a good thing. It doesn't last you know you can't keep up that pace it's in human you can't you can't keep functioning at that level and stay stein. Yes i mean it was. It was launched throughout the industry. But it wasn't just the industry you know. I mean the mp's for god's sake getting busted it was just everywhere everywhere. Was there a feeling that it was somehow superior to heroin or something like that. That's on yeah. It was like the globe drug. Okay good drug. Heroin was the bad drug. Which isn't correct. I mean heroin just kills you a little quicker. That's all you know. Cocaine conditions linked to you as well is such a thing as a good drug. But that's how it was pitched cocaine's been around a long time and it's still it dying people just on so honest about it you know they just not open about it like pretending not doing it. They're still doing it. You're always putting quite a bit of risk being right because you're working with very very powerful currency the link. Tell me about the dangerous ton of touring with a colorblind electrician. Never do that. We did have a colorblind electricity. Which is where i was. I thought he was joking. Like tell me which is this green or blue which is rather important with lecture. We're talking about three phase. Electricity green is the earth. Did he ask you that. Do the issue say which one is green which one is blue. Yeah yeah evidently when he was hung over. I mean if he wasn't how nobody could pretty much figure it out if he was hung over he had more difficulty and three phase. Electric people know what they're doing with any electricity and some people giant. Normally i would tie. It's called tying in your tiles. You have this heavy judy cables. You have five runs of it. And that's you three phase of the neutral and you tie that into the house building and then you run your through that and only taught in yourself but this house electricity because it was down a whole from the stage in an old station down like two levels and so by the time running up and down the stairs it takes up a lot of time. And they're like no just let the electricity to it so the house election tied in and this particular morning. I wasn't happy about it because he looked a bit to me. It's like oh this looks rough. You could actually smell a little bit of alcohol on which you can. Wasn't that strange in those days. Believe it or not so. I went to the switch on the stage so we had power up on the stage and he clocked connected it up incorrectly and he electrocuted and so i got this huge jolt electricity which threw me across the stage. You mean literally through you across the study literally literally. It was three phase two hundred amp. Suffice are that's a lot of electricity. Yeah but it was lucky that the switch was in a crisis it was on whales and i actually had stepped into the case so i could use my white. Because it's a big big mega switch. It took two hands to push down. Use the palm of the hand. Grip it with your fingers. Luckily so i just pushed it down and touched. The edge of the cast is did that by accident. And boom so yeah. That was a bit rough. We use the same afterwards. What happened did at scott. The i couldn't hear anything. I couldn't speak the quarter. Central coast wouldn't go down by my side so we kinda stuck like half miles away and my hair started going gray sort of after that. So were you taking the hospital. No no you didn't see that's another thing in those days. You know what i mean. If it didn't kill you good to go lay down for a couple of hours and then you okay. Yeah okay go to work now. Oh okay. I'm still trying to hear things going what you could see lips moving county. Evidently i'm talking funny as well like khanate myself. Probably quite a designing for everyone about for me you read about working for the pets the biggest popstar rockstar that has ever produced but only pretty much within the french-speaking will johnny hallyday johnny hallyday to personally request. You did actually yes. I've done some i. I was living in america by the end. And what already done a tool with him. So when this time around he asked me to be on his crew again so it was nice. Actually john janis another one of these. Good guys you know. He's he's also pass just recently a couple of years ago now but Yeah here's this megastar. I mean we did this residency for six months. I think walls six shows a week six months and sold out just amazing and the lighting system has never been matched to this day just thousands and thousands of instruments and it was a brand new. Then you called the zenith in paris and we built the rig today extreme capacity of the roof the pin and the lighting. Let's stop and when winter set in we have to have people standing on the roof brushing snow off because we were scared. Who was scared if they go to snow build up the roof. Might collapse said so. We had a team on the roof of the big brooms sweeping constantly. I spent six months. I saw daylight but a couple of times. You know you'd get up at five o'clock and go to the show do the show and then united sta- afterwards at the mike surely equipments covered up for the night and stuff and then go out for meal. You know go out to a club bill. Whatever an shawny. Johnny was very good like that. You know he was very inclusive. And where were you at the table off to the show. Well he would frequently asked me to sit next to him at dinner and having this big dinner one night at least like donna. I think you should be my mistress on. Like just. I'm like and then i look around and i realize no one else is laughing and i'm like what do i say like. Oh jeannie no no no. No no no no. I would argue insane. No you couldn't no. No no no no. You couldn't stand it. I really didn't have any french etiquette. I like my steak rather well done. I thought that was just terrible and coffee after the mail. I'd have a lotta and it's like you don't drink milk copy. That's for breakfast. I said you get tired of me. And he'd leave me. It would be so wrong so bad. He goes But tana no frenchman believes his mistress. Abc's wife 'cause i think in the end i think he was married seven times twice to the same woman so he was proposing something deeper and more long-standing i didn't stick around to find out that this touring life you've had for all these these decades now. How does it been to hold on the relationship over those years. Is that even a rock and roll. Nomad like you even once not very good at it. Some people are good at it or okay at it. But i'm just the worst now. The job doesn't help. It's incredibly stressful on relationships from both sides whether it's the person lifted time over there person on the road the you know the good thing now as a lot of married couples that work you know. They'll work on the same tour together although work for the same production company and so they'll work together occasionally or at least always know where each other is that. It's not ever going to be easy. You know whether you're a musician or on the crew side of it. It's just it's not a lifestyle at setup the relationships it's very very hard and looking back i can see. It's a certain type of character that can actually pull it off but Unfortunately i wasn't one of them. You concludes with an in memoriam section with a long list of dea deceased friends some very famous and well nine others musleh. So why are you among them. I mean not that you write which is often your own boss in the in memorium section bill nonetheless. Why aren't you amongst that group of dear deceased frames. How have you survived. you know. Maybe it's luck and that list is only to do with this book. You know it's not everybody knows that's that's died in the industry by a that's a small percentage of the people but it's a hard life. Maybe so but your background you really lost was so unstable and i just get this impression. How commonsensical in stable you are. A red bag mellowed with age. I think that's what you're hearing think. I was in a of a situation with a whole bunch of people in. You're among them in a really kind of life and death situation. i think. Somehow you take judge. That's get that impression from you. Yeah i do actually. Yeah and maybe just a survivor. You know maybe that's what it is just a survivor. So sitting right now in los angeles in the middle of a global pandemic you jumping out of your skin right now looking things to do. Well you know actually. I've been kidding pretty busy to be honest. I do some mentoring with young women. Young ladies who coming up into the industry and you know. I'm working on another project which is a living history from the production point of view side. I'm putting that together for australia. And hopefully we'll be doing something through the senate with that we've been in discussion for it. It's a long term project and it's going to be rather in and its its talking with these people who started this whole bull rolling and through the different decades different generations of people who've worked throughout the industry and even the equipment that how that's evolved as well so i think the general public will be quite fascinated by it. It has been so enjoyable speaking to you ever this now earlier. Conversation in this two powder it's been such a pleasure in thank you so much It's my pleasure as well. thank here. you've been listening to a podcast of conversations with richard fidler for more conversations interviews. 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PodQuiz 773

PodQuiz

15:07 min | 1 year ago

PodQuiz 773

"Seven seven three welcome to put quiz seven hundred interest seventy three a couple of things before we start first of apologies from my crooked voice a bit for cold and thank you hugh to Jay and Julie came up with the idea for around one this week round one. It's a connections music around this week. So there are four pieces of music listened to for which I would like artist title and number five. Is the connection connection between them. Walking certain Western one spaded tone. I would probably again Lloyd Away Western too. ooh funds it in June three Uh uh-huh and spring came some question a Plugin budgen reach our in question. Five Assefa Defoe. We're looking for the connection between those full pieces of music. Round to frontier. Frontier is on bananas. Question saves what name is given to start your less sweet sweet varieties of banana eaten as vegetables rough within a fruit question seven. I saw twenty twenty seventeen. Which country is the largest number of bananas Brazil? Cameroon All India. Yeah Question Age. Which Classic Dessert consists of banana cut lengthways on which is placed three scoops of ice cream a sauce and chopped nuts question? Nine because of a relatively high concentration of which element bananas are sometimes lightheartedly used as a unit of radiation exposure question ten which nineteen twenty-three popular novelty song. It was a reaction to the shortage of Bananas Ju to Panama Disease Round three gene ran three mystery. Sounds about five clips of garden tools or equipment as you might use in the garden in each case just like you to tell me what you're listening to question eleven. The Western twelve Tom. The question thirteen the question. Fourteen third question fifteen. Aw Round four full is on famous people question sixty with a total of thirty Olympic and world championship it metals. Simone biles is America's most decorated competitor in which sport question seventy which. US President was born in nineteen thirteen and died in nineteen ninety-four Lyndon B Johnson Richard Nixon or Ronald Reagan question eighteen eighteen. Who once famously said on resigning from a gentleman's club? I don't want to belong to any club that would accept me as is one of its members question. Nineteen in which century did Mary. Wollstonecraft published the most famous work a vindication of the rights of woman question twenty which American composer and lyricist composed the scores for the hit Broadway. Musicals Hello Dolly maim and La Gosh Fall. It's time for music She'll be back in just over three minutes for the answers after Loco. Banana by the the fifty sectors Uh UH Uh mm-hmm ah you Simple was circling the sand. By BELINDA. Carlisle was Number two was a hip to be square by Huey. Lewis and news the three boost the New Order Song Bizarre Love Triangle the insights some full force sweet caroline caroline by Neil diamond Number five connection that circle and sent it to beat Square Love Triangle and Neil Diamond Edmund Circle Square triangle diamond. The connection is shapes round tune wrote to his own pajamas. And the answer to number six. The starch ignace vegetable is called a plan taint faint. India produces the largest number of bananas based Classic Dessert. SWAB THE BANANA SPLIT UP. Nine potassium is the radioactive element found in bananas and number ten. The one thousand nine hundred ninety three song was yes. We have no bananas round. Three three mystery sounds and the answer to number eleven was a more number twelve move was shins number. Thirteen was a spade number fourteen. It was a sprinkler and number fifteen host. A very squeaky wheelbarrow round home for the funnel was famous people and the answer Tim. Sixteen Simone Biles is an artistic gymnast if you do sit. put gymnasts does fine seventeen. The president that was born in one thousand nine hundred thirteen and died in one thousand nine hundred ninety four was Richard Nixon. Eighteen Groucho Marx. Didn't want to be a member of a club that would accept him as member. Nineteen eighty indication of the rights of women was published in the Eighteenth Century and number twenty not the composer of locally main and Lucretia fall. Was Jerry Hammond. That's it kaput quiz. Seven seven three. Thank you very much for listening quite a few messages this week. Happy Birthday Stephen. Love from Amanda Allie and chloe anniversary and belated birthday to lure love Kaley. Happy Birthday Kieran soon mates from the goods very happy blessed to Spencer from Emma and Ronnie and happy birthday a a from now.

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Senseless Survey 7

Mojo In The Morning

04:27 min | 4 months ago

Senseless Survey 7

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