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"nick de" Discussed on The Podcast Engineering Show
"I'm going. I making like one to two db moves up or down. And because we've gotten our gain structure really dialed in with kind of the plug ins and we have the benefit of usually our hosts on the same chains more or less so we can get them set. We have the master busts set with the narration set so the guest is the x. factor and if we get their gain right then you know what i'm doing is i'm trying to get my gain structure set so that is sitting at zero db and then i always know how much i'm turning them up or down. It's really easy to keep track of right. So i'm i'm trying to keep my baseline at zero db and then it's rare that i'm going more than to be in either direction for an interview like that. If people are laughing a lot of really dynamic you know you got to grips bikes but yeah that show is just like you know to to mix as a day of one to two db moves up and down across a forty five minute interview and like that's the deeper level. That's the deepest level positive. Just kidding just kidding you know when you mentioned lives. It reminded me when i worked with Nick de back in the early nineties we worked on a god street wine record and orange nine millimeter record and he mixed it. I was his assistant and he mixed it. Although i did i did do some engineering on the god street wine record but anyway what a what kind of music is a god street. Wine is kind of like little like almost like the grateful dead a little little different but similar maybe even a little more song structure little more poppy but not poppy. Obviously but okay and then orange. Nine millimeter was like like hardcore hardcore music. Housing brings hardcore name. Like damn. yeah but anyway when we printed the mixes because back then we used to print makes on half inch tape yet baby. He would always read a base up mix he would always after we record the main reason i mean we we bounce the main mix and then he would record a base up and he would also record a vocal up and And others to another guys would record all different variants but that base up one does doesn't. He's the first guy. I saw do that and i was like that is so cool because that gives the mastering engineer it might make more sense in mastering for the base to be higher..
"nick de" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Next half hour Nick de taken over eleven o'clock good slam is here at two page picture on all social media platforms it is the swap meet this is seven we brag about all our fun collectibles and memorabilia is that we have collected over the years we'll find out if it's worth anything and might be just be worth of pizza because the best practice and get your pizza are less start the second half here with Kathy Kathy what you want to brag about welcome the Swami hi so probably not my grandmother had the harlequin chapter ma'am yeah we will yeah that we're all petrified of we're afraid my grandfather and courage that I called him figure also we wouldn't talk to older record thank you note we cherish and love this lamp however it was stolen all up before my grandmother died yeah so last weekend last weekend bye bye and Facebook in the state yeah when I saw the lady who I am and I walk this way are you kidding me it is it's just a different lamp pretty think it's the actual same one all I don't think it's the actual three more effect well I'm gonna yeah right now that you got a good price when I tell you what they're going for you're going to be happy I think so first tell me what you paid for two hundred and fifty dollars okay well maybe not but you all they do go upwards of four hundred dollars so that from the picture you showed while I was able to find that exact lamp and it took you know his sold for upwards of four hundred so that's not too bad it's amazing what do you know what great thing it's a sentimental value and of course the picture to my brother and sister and they were like all my god my god so what we could use two hundred fifty dollars worth of right you know Jeff sentimental value I didn't over stabbing all right yeah that's what I do every day is trying to reconnect items with people's childhood or just to mental so that's great is that I hello I love is like that yeah it's a great story yeah I love it it's tell your husband that Greg and Justin said we we sign on your move right okay good thank you thanks for telling things about all the great that's great that's a great story that's yeah I don't think it will go down in value either so he shouldn't really do offer value right yeah I'm just even pass it down to your kids a lot of might be for five hundred by then all right let's let's go to rich rich is standing by rich would want to brag about but yeah the other day I was going through my but I got a special computer games I know or or if there is a girl astro games as well somebody rounds okay I came across star did she give you do your correct your CD whatever you are caught that the trip you're what about nine eleven yeah I have a long list of along with the newspaper rose worth anything really just for a little it's amazing to think that that is now I mean think about two thousand I I it's just amazing to me to think how long ago that was but yeah yeah I cannot find it you can't find it yeah I can find it and it's weird it might just be one thing for people just assume it's not worth much they're not listing at but it's really rare that I can't even find it I had one of those I remember that forever yeah I'm still gonna guess like in the fifteen to twenty dollar range for it yeah I mean I I listened to it once in awhile and it's like thanks why can I think it will what was the news Randall him Dave well beer some day Stewart nap face was stored guy and that was I was near the time but yeah yeah yeah yeah but while you're sorting through because of the game so some of those other games could be worth quite a bit especially if you happen to have the box for them they're they're doing pretty well they're going upwards of close to a hundred dollars for some of those accidents it give the box yeah it is that the bulk of Peter Gabriel appear games yeah because that's you know we'll get into that area now we're that's what kids grow up with what he just said the bottom roller coaster tycoon I saw a lot of just empty boxes for Commodore sixty four you know people have the floppy disk only one box for it in the box for sim city my rolled on and a lot of work but it will lance starts simulators and I got a yeah that's right some leaders to do while so if you find if you have where you can find a few with the boxes yeah thanks rich all right thank you Sir all right there you go I have the coolest thing from nine eleven I have to find this because I was working as a producer at the time of the morning show producer at at the BBC and and the job was to try and get everybody who is part of the Illinois delegation in Congress and the Senate to call into the show and to try to get everybody on talk about it and I got a bunch I remember no one really got back to you because it wasn't like first priority was to check in with the local public radio station I get that but later in the night I got a call on my voice mail from Henry Hyde yeah the old congressman Henry Hyde he's like jewels then this is Henry Hyde I got your message of love to join the program sometime in the near future whatever was right but I recorded that voice mail onto a CD for posterity because I'm like at some point at and Henry Hyde is passed on but it's like it's that's kinda interesting this or not and I just I never ever because I I had to tap on the time stamp on the voice mail that said September eleventh two thousand one while you know like that is like Hey it's Henry I does that while you have to call on the same day yeah for cool I keep all of my buzz Kilman voicemails just randomly nothing left on my phone except buzz Kilman that's great all right let's give go go to June June standing by June when you want to brag about I want to read about two things my mom has a baseball signed by the entire team of the white Sox back in nineteen fifty nine in nineteen fifty nineteen fifty nineteen yeah I don't know if that was worth anything that's not going to tell us their original signatures that's a good question that's a question we get quite a bit and we've talked in the past and sometimes those team balls were auto pound so you really need to check it out and get it authenticated I know rose might the Stephen center state they do conventions there you know for of sports memorabilia authenticated they have the guy from pawn stars there that your signature stuff but it might cost you thirty five I think today to those yeah they do memorabilia conferences you know the big convention center yeah and as we talked in the past two sometimes individual signatures are better than the whole team because sometimes you might have a half the team is real and then the other half was auto pen and that justice destroys the value right there so you know something to think about all right what else you got okay what else I got thank god it didn't hire collection of every Arlington park racetrack international race track program from every only two million early ones that I have I actually have autographs of white he sure maker and talk to some of the famous Jackie horses Greg thing is that they got the horsepower yeah well I mean the production for I could do investor unknown or something no that's cool I I unfortunately are two million I mean I love the place is just the memorabilia doesn't do as well like a Kentucky Derby or yeah I guess you know and I need a you know can I ask for you got that you know where you got all the collection of all of them are you going I everyone nice sees it was the old racetrack before burned down and I would right my sister worked there so he owns horses and I would stand there and by the jockeys room and just collect autographs and she would collect some of them for me you know so you earlier park that does add some value to their collectors there there's collectors for just the programs themselves you know even if they're not signed if you have the older obviously the better with the probe horse program so okay I love it all right thanks soon HM thanks for calling in I saw a story in the daily Herald on talk about this coming up in the next couple weeks about the future of Arlington park and you know with everything that's happening in Churchill Downs owns it and there's just a question well enough to keep it open and been hearing gonna be casino and this is great piece in the daily Herald right before Christmas and then I want to talk about it because it was the think about that not being there and there there's a real chance that that can happen that then I would think June's programs might have more it is a shame how can how what we're hearing what's going on with that but it's a palace no no doubt and you could tell the first day you walked into it when it opened you okay this is built for casino gambling yeah it's just a shame it's taken this long you know for them to kind of maybe get there maybe all right let's get to Mike Mike standing by Mike what you want to brag about Donald I just got a lot of the poster yeah well she pulled it up but it's the prince and the showgirl marilynmonroe Laurence Olivier fifty seven so it's a poster is a lobby poster that they have there is saying now showing that kind of thing right like in the theater Graham nineteen fifty seven the prince and the showgirl wow and your second to look that how did you get it did you work in the theater no I just because of collected on Maryland all my life really long time yeah when I was young I got I can't remember where I got it why do you collect a much Marilyn Monroe stuff just think she's really pretty well honestly when I was a kid I stop at just over one she's young and your mind me and my mom that's great but yeah it's morning Donnelly Purcell's morning started that's good I'm fine some for the one seventy to two hundred rain really for the posters yeah and they have to be.
"nick de" Discussed on WGN Radio
"PM to four AM we're here we've got some great stuff planned for the show tonight Kevin Powell WGN's very own Kevin Powell who does sports on the recount show is going to join us he joins us usually about once a month just to catch up on some of the sports news and all that cool stuff always a lot of fun we have K. power line and our our good buddy Ron pile is gonna join us later in the show he's at the Consumer Electronics Show in Vegas right now and he's going to give us a report from there they'll be later on and we've got a whole bunch of stuff to talk about he's an author journalist editor in chief and ad astra magazine for the national space society and he is a space expert and in general a very entertaining and fun guy we are also going to talk about Nicolas Cage movies Nicolas Cage had a birthday today fifty six and he's nuts so we'll talk about his movies in rank those we get some of the weirdest things that are on sale at the fast in fast food restaurants and then we get some movie history to talk about with William Randolph Hearst and how he wanted to stop Citizen Kane from being released we've also got the most controversial movies ever made to talk about in some grammar rules that could go extinct always of talking about the language and grammar an aunt and on and on top of all that I just make sure that everybody knows that we're keeping tabs on what's going on in the Middle East the whole Iran and Iraq a situation that's happening right now home of the newsroom is on top of it we're on top of it and we're gonna keep you informed I want to keep you entertained throughout the morning throughout the night in the morning but we also want to keep you informed so we're to keep an eye on that and reports a anything that happens in the Middle East and if there are any developments at all on this major story we are on top of it so I want you know that we're here to entertain you but also inform you and keep you posted on what's happening in that situation so we've got our eye on that and if anything happens we'll be right on top of it will let you know and we'll be doing some extra coverage throughout the night and morning about the situation that's happening in the Middle East so we just want you to know that that's gonna be happening as well three one two nine eight one seven two hundred is the phone number for talking text if you want to follow us on Twitter you can it's at Nick de show Facebook at Nick the shows well.
"nick de" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Studio in for Nick de and till four AM into my right riding shot gun is is is one of the primary is the premium equipment reviewer when it comes to girls and and smokers and and all things tools right when it comes to the world of amazing ribs dot com Max good and so makes you guys in you heard it was kinda nice right you know you were able to hear just how far the reach had happened and yes his KCBS is gotten to the point where there's you know and forty different countries they've got a competitions happening all over the place you guys run and some of the bigger the competitions was pioneers when it comes to a country like England is a big fan of what it is that you guys do that's gonna be gratifying because it certainly is and I I love what John is going to love what he's doing with the music to that's that all goes hand in hand in a yes and and yes as a matter of fact I I do would would like to stay in touch with them and I want to talk with him about what we were just talking about the meet up in Memphis is so which is happening at the end of July so in Memphis yes of all places right in Memphis is you think about it is what do you think what use is the home for Elvis Presley river that you've got that then you have music right great music deals will rate five Beale street the race and and then also it is a revered place in the in the world of of barbecue as well right you know Memphis in may is one of the crown jewels on the competition side and so you guys and and so when I see you guys with you the team course meat head you does your your visionary leader at an amazing web dot com you guys have come up with an event to go along with all of the all the web related action you're gonna bring it up close real in the in an in person yes and and we hope to expand on him maybe do some small smaller scale regional stuff we want to get the members of our pit master club involved would be smaller so instead of the meet up in Memphis would be like the the bump in in Birmingham or something yeah do encourage are of the other amazing ribs dot com is a free website but we do have a subscription based club called the pit master club in people who are really serious about barbecue should take a look at it in fact it's been open free to the public with for the rest of this year which is which no no no no we did well we we did it kind of as a holiday gift to everybody is that kind of the same as we get on your cable were also can you tune in and like well well we've got HBO radiation I guess but okay but at any rate if we if we do what I just propose though what we're reaching out to our club members of the same if you would like to organize something in your town yeah love to do it maybe we can help on because a lot of the club members get to be friends over the internet Nelly actually want to get together if they find out that they're in the same place and one of the things I definitely would like to talk to John about is maybe try to do something in England down the road you know we're we're we want to spread over the globe just like all the other American barbecue as so when it comes to the the meet up in Memphis and of course we're gonna talk about you a lot of times before we get there is the the BBQ smoke down at Chicagoland speedway which is a competition you know with the cemex you're gonna have some ticketed kind of tasting events and some other things will be it's primarily a competition that will that will have but for you guys it's more of sort of this commiserating in a lot of education right along and and fun you know it's it's we were camping out camping out the tickets of four hundred people you know Jim just want to get people together for camaraderie a little bit education a lot of good times and bopping around in a beautiful town of Memphis Barbara okay around in the beautiful town that sounds almost musical in for the listeners that may know Max is a professional cited amazing ribs that comes also a musician alright so maybe that was a little bit of the musicianship that was coming through and as well so I'm kinda actually get I'm getting all this talk about food maybe kind of hungry so I know that we're gonna you know I I'm not I don't have access to moose so we'll be having any move Sir we'll be versor or a kangaroos or anything that Janet mentioned but we're gonna have I think some some steaks and some other stuff and I'm trying to think of the sides that may be great for you know some people have some shrimp cocktail right you know let me is this kind of it depends on how much you like shrimp cocktail I guess you know what so what is the what is it what is a Max could have and I would ask Curtis as well because he is he is enthusiast when it comes to the food side of things he likes good things SO Curtis the the the cook household what do you guys gonna have gosh you know off hand is it a surprise they keep it a surprise that when your traditional we used to have fillets actually we it would be like kind of like a last little meal thing were you to have a police state some mashed potatoes some roasted asparagus are Brockley maybe a nice like a pasta dish on the side to something like that with some like roasted red peppers and a little bit like parmesan cheese topped on or something like that and then for dessert it probably be some sort of either if we still had any like left over because for Christmas what we do is we have homemade chocolate mousse for dessert well that sounds really good X. yes so we usually have if we have anything of left over of that that might be saved over towards to new year's so then we might have that or just might be like a little arranging of like of like Frank elements Fannie Mae's and other chocolate I like he said an arrangement of yeah because usually it's like a box of like they come in a little box rail usually just as a arrangement because usually like multiple boxes of multiple different things on the table that every sky takes for themselves in the desert said that sounds pretty good how do you make homemade chocolate mousse don't say chocolate it's certainly it's not there's no moose actually my my mom is like the master mind behind it I remember the exact recipe but you she has to basically put the chocolate in like a a a hot pan in melted enough and then once it gets to a thing a hundred and sixty degrees she asked immediately stick it into a bowl of ice to stop it from heating up because otherwise it'll crack auklet and it'll burn the chocolate and so she has to stick it into the bowl of ice it'll stop the ball from heating up and then keep it at a consistent temperature and then she eventually ads with cream into it and stares at all up and then eventually gets that whipped Musi flavor that you heard a flavor but texture rather wow that sounds really good yeah it sounds like it's a lot of trouble though it sounds like the kind of thing that that that not everybody would do right yeah my so we usually make it Christmas Eve the day before Christmas day itself because it's it's usually better when you have in the fridge overnight it's called the next day yeah I mean I acted like a chocolate cream pie it's kind of in the most family right even the I think Esther picked up like a cookies.
"nick de" Discussed on The Steve Austin Show - Unleashed!
"Apple podcasts podcast. One like which near your friends leave a rating and review. Steve all on. I sent out a tweet from Twitter account. My Twitter account is Steve Allston be SR Mark that down and follow me if you would anyway, I said out a tweet saying, if you had any questions or subjects you'd like for me to cover on my first show that I'd probably go to the list of answer few those. So I figured right now since it gave you the four one on the format of the show, which is nothing is just a fucking show that we're going to run through, and protocol, and the stuff that we're gonna talk about which we have because I'm so dedicated to my fans my fans put me where I'm at I want to answer questions for him. So without any further ado. Let's go to some of the questions which you guys tweeted to me question one, and they say, do you really think Nick de has to retire? Well, hell, I don't know if he's going to retire or not. I enjoy watching the kid fight at the age it. He is. I think he's still got a lot left in his tank and. GSP took him to the task pretty well. You have C one fifty eight. Pretty much had his game plan figured out, one of the things that disappointed me about that. Fight was towards the end of the fight while it was in the fight when GSP won the fight GSP gets on a microphone, and he says, well, you know, I want to thank you know, Nick DS for, you know, talking good game and going into this to this fight and promoting the fight. He did that French accent there. That's pretty tricky. I think it shows my range as an actor, anyway, I love GSP's when the classiest guys in the sport. And I'm a big fan but man from a storyline perspective. Man. I that pay per view hook line and sinker because of the promos because of the animosity because you told me that it was personal, you killed it for me. Man, I mean I get it. You guys are trying to put on his show. But don't smart me up. That much know let me believe that you guys really hate each other a little bit. So maybe I wanna see another fire. Out of you. So kind of get kind of took some of the steam off the win for me and Luba disappointed. And I mean, you know, just listen to me man guys come from the world of pro wrestling, you know. And as a helper, brother out here, I want to believe this shit's real, don't tell me the vice fake Jesus Christ. Here's one from a pro wrestling fan. Steve Austin, Bs on Twitter, will you.
"nick de" Discussed on WGN Radio
"All right. Welcome back, man. It's yeah. It's it is a triple play Thursday. And three one two nine eight one seven two hundred that's long, of course played when in dazed confused when they really when it's the last day of school, and they hit the bell and schools out so appropriate enough. That's when it's played. So there you go. All right, how's everybody doing three one two nine eight one seven two hundred is the phone number. We're live in the AllState skyline studio here until five AM Steve Grzanich has the opening bell at five and at six is Steve Cochran with your morning, your morning drive, and I'll be joining the Steve Cochran gang. Always a pleasure. I love those guys, and we'll be previewing the new movies talking about entertainment, and all that cool stuff. And that'll be it's about six twenty so make sure you tune in for that. I love visiting with them. So always pleasure. So there you go. Hey, tomorrow is our Friday show, and I just want to remind you of the Friday features that you can be a part of right here. We have you big, dummy, you big dummy is when we read five, real news, stories of real people doing real dumb stuff. And then we, we vote on who's the biggest dummy Tom votes vote, and then first person through at three one two nine eight one seven two hundred is our third and deciding vote on who the dummy of the week is, so that's you big, dummy, straight out of context. That's when you listen to this radio station twenty four seven whenever anybody at anytime says something that you can pull out of context, and it sounds dirty and it makes you get a little bit jot down the day, the time who said it, and send it to Nick de show at g mail dot com and the same goes through goes for Nick de show spies. That's when you listen to this radio station twenty.
"nick de" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Up to date. I know I'm not able to often as before I will say this. I'm very greedy. With my time when it comes to my boys, and as they get older, I only have three more years Griffin. So I can't get down here as often as I would like to, but it is an honor to be down. Here is my passion to share the stories of what's going on being down here. Gives me the opportunity to talk to folks, who might not otherwise share thoughts and ideas. I on the air or you know, in interviews with other hosts being down here gives me a chance to by the way, Scott, also gives me the chance to what eavesdrop I've got stories for books of day. Actually before we go. Tell me something good. If you have a chance, can you tell me something good? Again. My something good is actually being here with you guys. It's been far too long for me working with you, Patty, I haven't seen Scott forever, and I haven't seen Adam and a long time. So being here without you guys have been my something good for the whole week. There you go. Well, my something good do. Pardieu is that I I'm so glad that I got to work with all of you and Ashley, we'll be back with us tomorrow night as we do finally Friday panel. And Scott, you're welcome to join us, if you would like to we hope, we're gonna talk a little national little local city state, national all those things. So I believe that Eric elk will be with us. Yeah. I, I love all of you. So by the way, three says a sunset on Wednesday was gorgeous as well. So they agree with us. We got to get going. It is time now for our news and Nick de is up next. I hope you'll join.
"nick de" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Com slash Nick de show that what you just heard obviously, we're talking heads. And we're going to have on the show right now there's a there's a cover band called start making sense that have been around for a while, and they're playing Friday and Saturday at martyrs. And it's twenty dollars in advanced twenty five dollars the door the, the doors open at nine o'clock, and they're going to do a full show start making sense to other members of the of the band are here to talk about music and talk about the talking heads and talk about their. Band to John Brown who does lead vocals, and plays guitar, and Jesse Braun who his brother, and he plays drums, John, welcome to the show. Thank you, Nick, appreciate it. And Jesse welcome to the show. Thanks, man. All right. Let's talk about your background, John, who's the holes who who's the older or the younger brothers here. I guess I would be the older that, that would be the case. Okay. So John, you're the older brother. By ten years, believe it or not, how okay great. And when did you get into music personally, and then I'll ask Jesse. I question when did you start getting into music? His answer might mirror mind. Our father is musician. So he was a drummer. He is a drummer still currently. And so from probably before I can recall. So you, you, you always, you always knew you wanted to be a musician. Well, it didn't seem like a prosperous. Lifespan. But yes. Okay. All right. Yeah. Jesse? What about your same thing? Your dad is obviously the same dad and he's a drummer. So tell me about your year, a getting into music. Yeah, it was the same thing like right from the beginning. You know, like Jones up before I can remember, I know I was, you know. Drums all the time. Yeah. Now John, did you did you not gravitate to the drums? I did actually I'm a drummer, first and foremost. And this happened later in life, and I had a little guitar experience, and everyone said, hey, you sound like David Byrne. You know, maybe you should you should sing. All right. So the, the well you must have grown up. You gotta father is a drummer you guys. Do you guys my grown up in a loud house? My, my statement is my mother is a Saint that has yet to be recognized. There were a lot of people drums sets. Yeah. I would imagine, imagine you guys. Are you guys just the only siblings? Did you have any other brothers and sisters just the two? It's so okay, but still both drumming like the dad. Yeah. Your mom must have been your mom must be a Saint, that's all there is to it gonna be. Yeah. It was good. It was a good twenty five thirty years of drums, Bentley. That's unbelievable now where are you guys from John, where you where you get from? We, we currently all reside in need Bethlehem Pennsylvania area, which is right over the border from New Jersey Pennsylvania, but a good chunk of the band was born and raised in New Jersey and the tri-state metro area. Okay. All right. And how long have you been? How long have you by how long it start making sense? Together. We are in our tents years as a band, and you tour around the country doing this. We, we do we absolutely do where weekend warriors for the most part. We certainly play more than that. But for the most part, it's Thursday, Friday, Saturday Friday, Saturday every week ten months out of the year. Wow. That's boy, oh boy, that's a lot of traveling Jesse. You enjoy being on the road. Yeah. Man. It's great. Well, where we get to go to a lot of places where have you been telling Jesse tell me about some of the places you guys play. We do a lot of up and down the east coast, you know, from Maine to Florida, and I guess, maybe like the last five years, or so we've been heading out, west further and further. So we've, we've been doing Sakata go for a while. We do you know Denver, Fort Collins, area and Geos stuffy months ago debuted on the west coast in Seattle and Portland. You guys get big crowds. When you go to New York, I would imagine. Your your the bigger cities. I. Yeah. Well, I mean there from New York, so that's why I figured you'd be big. But that's now you guys outside of start making sense. What other music is you are you involved in John. We actually Jesse and I are both in original band called ruby dear. With one of the backup singers from start making sense, Jenny founds. She plays guitar and saying, so the three of us have a trio doing all original music called ruby. Dear. Oh, that's great man. That's really cool. In the you guys have you recorded stuff. We do. We have a full length album out and were playing whenever we're not doing this. And actually we open for our selves, sometimes. Oh, dear. Yep. So that's ruby. Dear. Is there a website where people can check out the music? Yeah. Rubira music dot com and all the streaming services have everything as well. Do you enjoy the, you know, obviously, you're having fun doing the, the, the talking heads thing. But you gotta really love doing your own stuff, right? Well, I it's a balance between the two, you know, one of the, the kind of unspoken or actually spoken the. Things we have is one more, not, if we're not having fun doing start making sense, will stop. Yeah, you know, we're not gonna we're not gonna do this just to just to do it. Right. You know there's a lot of tribute bands out there, and we've feel as though it's important that you enjoy what you do. So it's at point ever comes, we will stop doing it. What's the what's it? What about the songwriting process for ruby dear? Tell me about that. Do you guys write the songs all together? Jesse? You wanna take that. Yeah. Sure. So the, the I'd say the core or the bulk of the song comes comes from Jenny, and then the three of us kind of sit down and work it out. She writes kinda, you know, on piano, or guitar comes up with the, the chords and the melody, and then we kinda arrange it with the three of us. And so, so you guys you guys play out pretty regularly. Then they must be fun to open for It is it really really is. It's interesting because we're we're throwing some it's a little harder edged music than than talking heads. So it's interesting to throw it out and see what people respond to in that setting. Yeah. Yeah. Have you guys ever played martyrs here in Chicago before? We absolutely have I was in an original band for a very long time that toward the country relentlessly and. Going on fifteen eighteen years of playing martyrs. It's a great room. It's one of the best rooms in the city. It's one of the best rooms in the country, I would argue. Yeah, yeah. I haven't traveled arrive in traveled around a lot to a lot of venues, but all I know is that here in this city martyrs is right near the top of, you know, places to see shows absolutely. Every person that works there, every person that has worked there, all of them top top to bottom, or a wonderful people, and it's truly just a room for music. Yeah. First and foremost, absolute, John, what was the band that you were in that you two are all over the place with. Insidious rays was the name of the band. Okay. And you guys go ahead. Oh, just a independent rock and roll punk rock funk, psychedelic country band, or for about ten years ago that kind of thing I know that sound unfamiliar with water. Yeah. Yeah, that'll that old cliche. Yeah. Right. There. Right in martyrs. Jesse Jesse how long you been playing out and stuff? Well, probably fifteen years or so. Yeah. Started started gigging like most of us in, you know, local punk rock bands and stuff. And then, you know, I, I guess I was about twenty when we started start making sense, so. Okay. All right. Hang on. Okay. I want to talk more about that. I want to talk about the talking heads in about your show. That's coming up. You got two shows Friday and Saturday at martyrs this weekend guys. Hang on. Okay. Okay. There's John Brennan, who is the lead singer plays. Guitar for start making sense and his brother, Jesse Braun who plays drums. We're gonna come back and talk more about talking heads about their band about their gigs at martyrs this weekend. And we'll do that, right. If we take a break here on seven twenty WGN. Five.
"nick de" Discussed on WGN Radio
"It's called Nick de show spies. That's when you listen to this radio station, twenty four seven whenever anybody mentions me or the show in any capacity. You become a spy we wanna know about it. And you will send that off the information who said it what time all that stuff to Nick de show gmaiLcom, Nikki show g mail dot com. All right. What do we got? All right. So just one one mention this week, but it was sent him by five different people. So lots of people heard this is on Steve Cochran show before you go. If you followed this this popcorn recipe fief story. I know what you mean. Oh, the GARRETT'S Garrett. It was only three people that knew the secret recipe and some employees stole the secret recipe. Yeah, I didn't know GARRETT'S popcorn at a secret recipe like Kentucky Fried Chicken. Yeah. Spices. That's the only secret recipe. I'm aware of him. I didn't know that. Isn't it just caramel caramel corn and cheese court? And Colonel get is heaven on curdle. That's true. But. I like to suck on that. I like. A second. Nick. I just made out of context, a hall of fame fashion. There. It is a double there. It is those happened a lot when people say something sometimes I mentioned when people say something, and then they immediately go, oh man that's going to end up on out of context. I personally think it's a badge of honor. If you end up on out of context, that's just me proud s. Absolutely. We should send John Email later at a good job, by the way. I just looked at the TV. I have channel nine on the morning news right now. And did I just see that? There's a they're projecting that by Saturday evening. We may have five point one inches of snow. Well, it's been nice working with Nick. I think I'm good. I did I. Did I see that in my my seeing this correctly? Unbelievable. I I don't even know. Anyway. That was that was nice to see on the screen there. Even more up north in Wisconsin. But they said by at O'Hare five point one inches. I don't even understand. I don't even I can't even understand the only thing. That's good about this. Is it maybe it won't be a hot summer? Maybe this'll continue all the way through. We'll have the fifties in August. It'll be high fifty right, which I would love. But I I don't even and it said it's Saturday to when everybody's going to be going to see, you know, we're going to see vendors Saturday. And that's what it is supposed to be supposed to be the worst. Oh, coming home from it's going to be, you know, going to have to get the snow tires to grab onto iron man's legs. And he can fly you can fly us back home. Brother. All right. Let's play the opening theme. Get one fly jam in before the break. Here. We got when I grew up on the farm. Fly was something we sprayed to kill and jam was something we put on our breakfast toast. Jam. Fly jam. Fly jams Friday. The fly jam Friday on your overnight raid. No with Nikki seven twenty. All right. Yeah. All right. All right. So we got some fly jams. Here's the deal, man. Get you requested now everything funky. We got our DJ is he checked in. DJ checked in. Did he.
"nick de" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Context context context. Squeeze a few in before we hit the news just to start us off a straight out of context. When you listen to this radio station twenty four seven as you should because it's the best radio station in the world. And whenever anybody at anytime says something on the air that sounds a little bit dirty. And it makes you giggle. Jot down the day the time who said at institute Nick de show at g mail dot com. Let's get a couple in before the break here. All right. We got a ton of them this week. So real quick. I once from Deanna Heidi, Anna, she caught using this. Open up. All the flaps slide the whole thing in how man I was just trying to help people unload pop cans into their fridge. Yeah. Very help people unload people unload case. All right next up Kevin in Lakewood caught Wendy. I enjoyed that. Because it was smaller, and it was more doable. Oh my God. Okay. One more before we break for the news. All right, one more Scott carpenter's Ville, another Wendy cider classic. Kissing second. That midday show was filthy. All right. We're gonna take a break. And we got the news coming up after the news more out of context, we got nifty show spies, and then it's going to get funky up in here and luscious hushes is gonna make his appearance as well. But I we break for the news. Guaranteed right field is the socks return home to take on the time. L me.
"nick de" Discussed on WGN Radio
"The AllState skyline studio here on a Monday morning here till five AM Steve Grzanich has the opening bell at five the grade Steve Cochran at six for your morning drive on this Monday morning, and it's Monday, which means my dad's gonna call in and tell jokes. It's a jokey jokey jokey time. We'll do little recap of the Super Bowl and run down the good, the bad and the awesome. Commercials from this year and maybe previous years as well. Our number is three one two nine eight one seven two hundred for talk and text. You can follow us on Twitter at Nick de show. Stay connected on our Facebook page. Facebook dot com slash Nick de show before the break. It is Monday, which means that Jim and Eric are joining me to review the new movies, and we'll also have Erica stick around to give up could give us his wrap up of the the Sundance film festival which he just got back from. But before the break Eric Selma's about a movie called velvet buzzsaw, and we want to get these guys back. Jim welcome back. Thank you, much and Eric welcome back. Thank you. Okay. So continue with velvet buzzsaw. Yeah. So because break, I basically gave the plot of the film, and that that's pretty much all there is to it. And what you have here is what I thought were to sort of have the movie that really don't fit well together least, not enduro hand, you know, the stuff that he purports to speak kind of setting up to do kind of comedy spin on the nudie inhabitants of the art world artist and gallery, owners and critics alike. It doesn't really have much bite to it. They're pretty funny if it's full of just testing cliches John Malkovich plays one of the artists in the bell. Man. He could've could've been supplanted directly from his role in art school, confidential, which I think is much much about a movie about the subject without the horror elements, although the syrup yellow Natalie. But but this one when the movie transitions into the horror genre. I kept watching the movie trying to figure out exactly what Gilroy intentions were with the cell. I couldn't figure out if he was make it a point that horror is a viable art form or that. It's an art form that is actually destroying the sort of greater art that, you know, get exists through cinema. It seems like he he doesn't seem to have a real Fundus for the horror genre because the stuff that occurs later in the film is really quickly. In the hands of someone who might not have the quote, unquote, prestige that the Android does with all if you look at his resume. It's not the most prestigious thing in the world, you just spending night crawler in many ways might be fluke episode point, it it it just like this when we would have been completely dismissed offhand as a real failed experiment that really just kind of derails once it goes into the horror genre. There are some of the actors particularly the woman that way action who plays discovers the painting is definitely annoying throughout the entire film. Every time she was on screen. I I really kinda clinched. Joan hold joint one of his you know, he's really trying to do one of his gooky performances at why respect that you know. I mean, it didn't really add much for you know, like okay for me. I thought it was a little too over the top. And I think the same is true. Here. And again, I could not understand what you're trying to say either particular world in this case, the the dart stuff's not particularly satiric the horror stuff is not particularly horrific. It's also full of cliches, and you know, by the end of it. I was just I just kinda shrug my shoulders, and you know, moved on with my day. All right. Jim, what do you think? Yeah. I'm kind of with Eric. I miss. Still explaining put it it's just wanted to like this movie more than I did. No, I I want one kid. She kind of one was known for combining these two ideas and mixing satire with four. So I mean. He did such a great job with with night crawler. And I keep I keep hoping that some especially with the cast that he has here, you would think that it would come together in a more cohesive way. I just I also just need a more compelling plots. You know, I I just don't think just the gimmick of watching eventually like final destination like kills and turning into a slasher really didn't add much to the proceedings. I just think the execution is often the balancing of tone is not really there in in the hands of Bill. I think like, you know, making a scathing indictment of the world has been done something like our school, confidential and also much more. Interesting dark comedy from Sweden a couple years ago called the square which tackle some of the same territory. I mean that wasn't a complete. Success? But it had really interesting ideas about self-importance and pretension that some artists in house when it comes to judging like, what is considered and are snobs are a bit of an easy target. And I think, you know, Jillian hall and and Russo do the best they can. You know, I mean that gets expressed themselves in in very confrontational manner. Sometimes Chinese entertaining, but the airstrike elements here. Did little to impress little. I mean, once I saw that a giant phantasmal here kind of new to happen and. It turned out to be more of a mixed bag. That is totally being in a bumper car, tones and ideas, just not entirely rushing. Well, together, you know. It's a weird curiosity. I think some people might send some enjoyment out of the experience, especially with this ensemble. But I just I wish it had been like either a stronger critiques with a lot more depth or even. Suspiciously alike horror movie that decided to go for. Ultimately, ended up white in the middle on this one leaning towards not recommending it then recommended at all. Yeah. I'm not crazy about this movie. Either. I think it's a mess. And I really thought the trailer was great, and it was really looking forward to it considering how much I like night crawler. But yeah, this is just all over the this is just all over the place, and the the horror elements don't work, and it never makes up its mind as to what it really wants to be about. And what's trying to say? And then it just gets really downright silly. And and I agree with you, Eric, I I don't think. There seems to be a real condescending attitude that Kilroy has with the with the material I'm trying to figure out why if he if he clearly doesn't enjoy horror. Why would he make this movie? It doesn't it doesn't make any sense to me. And it's all over the map. And it's a waste of a great cast. I mean, there's so many good actors in this movie, and it's entirely wasted. And and it does I mean when you when you compare a film from a from a guy who's really respected, and you you've compare it. Unfavourably to final this the final destination movies. That says a lot right there. And and I would I would take final destination two over this movie without a question, especially I I would think most of the final destination movies this movie. I'm just I'm picking filed this because the first ten minutes, their final destination two is one of the greatest things ever shirts. But yeah, it's on it's on Netflix. You know, I mean. I I watched it in two sittings because I turned it off after a while. And then I was like go back and finish it. But I was disappointed because it's like I said great cast. And and I and I admire night crawler very much. And I thought the trailer was great. But it's just it's a mess. And that none of it comes together cohesively at all and the and the performances the performances are just really inconsistent with Jake John Hall. The over the top the over the top suffer. And then everybody else some some other people in on a different level. Some of the energy is low. It just doesn't come together. It is it's a mess. So I do not recommend velvet buzzsaw, which is on Netflix. Now. Okay. Okay. What are we got next week? We got the legal movie too is coming out. We got the core which would lead Nathan Liam Neeson's. Yeah. Yeah. The remake of in order of disappearance applause. We have what men want with Roger. I don't know. How you make like two things. I think and what else. Oh, the prodigy the horror movie the problem. Right. Okay. Hit movie time. Okay. All right creepy kid movie. We can't have a winter can't go go through a winter without a creepy kid movie. That's right. That's that's that's part of that's part of getting through the weather singer creepy kid movie. All right. Well, that's all for next week. Jim. Thanks, man. We'll talk to you next week. Sounds good man. Hydrocare care there's Jim Eric you hang on. Okay. Sure. Thank to hang on. And we are gonna talk about Sundance the Sundance film festival. Eric goes every year and gives us exclusive looks at some of the movies that he saw and we will see in the coming weeks and months ahead. So exclusive reviews from the Sundance film festival, but first we got a break here. So we will take a break come back more Sundance talk with Eric children's ready for this. K..
"nick de" Discussed on WGN Radio
"When we do this every year, it's just so tough. Because these are the winners, you know, every week these guys one this was between April and June. These were all the weekly winners between April and June. And we have to narrow it down. So let me recap and then the third vote will be from one of your listeners at three one two nine eight one seventy one hundred three one two nine eight one seven two hundred let me do the recap. We've got all the people blowing we'd in the dry sonic drive through. So they had to put up a sign. We've got the woman who tried to trade her car for neck wafers. We've got the woman who said that wind blew cocaine into her purse, the cab driver who left his car running in his car and his dog drove it through a storefront window. We get the guy who led a high speed chase on a motorcycle with a plate that read X felon. We got the man who got shot while playing with his dog the man who was arguing with his parents so loudly the police were called with a parrot parrot. It was just girlfriend's parrot. That's why they were yelling at each other. The guys who broke into a place that looked a guy who broke into a place that looked like it had gold bars only to find out that they were stress relievers the guy who hit an archway and his truck and kept driving with. It's still hanging from his roof the agent whose gun went off while he was dancing and doing handstands the guy stealing a car with his pet. Monkey? The man caught paying for his meal with the waitresses stolen credit card and the guy who was caught because the Plato he left on the anti-theft devices had his fingerprints on it. Quite a quite a gathering of dummies may I say, so Dan. You may say so thank you. All right. Where are you leaning because this is not easy? Yeah. I always like it when the caps are able to throw in jokes into the story. So the ex felon about making your license. Plate is hilarious with the golden bar ones. It's like. You know, I wonder such hope that the person doing it would have been just like golden bars where were they leave golden bars out. Maybe they just love golden bars out, you know, that back and forth before going in. And then they were stress reliever some stress he could've used the mass. Exactly. Yeah. Animal stories this week Lutely this whole time that round. Yeah. As I pointed out with the original with the neck away for his you know, you can sell your car to get money to buy neck arrives. You don't have to. But you know, the wind blowing the cocaine to our purse. Yeah, what what bad luck? Yeah. Yeah. It was the wind that blew cocaine or purse. What do you guys think we wanna vote here? Three one two nine eight one seven two hundred which of these dummies do you think she'd go onto the finals and all most be crowned dummy of the year. Let me go through some of the ones that I liked. I still, you know, the video of the of the of the agent dancing around doing the handstands. And then you know, the the gun he picks the gun up. And it goes off that video is pretty special. I don't know. I love the guy stealing in car, and he's got a monkey. That's that was of that was a fun discovery. Like, oh, they discovered a monkey and the monkey was clinging to him. The arguing with the parrot is also hilarious in the detail. There is that it's his girlfriend's parrot. And clearly the it doesn't like him. And he doesn't like the the the parrot, but he has to put up with it because it's his girlfriend's parrot. You know, the sonic drive through this. So many people blue we'd that they actually had to put a sign up. I mean, that's strong. That's really strong. But you know, what Dan I have to I have to agree with you. I mean. If you're looking for the strictest definition of dumb saying, I don't know what that's doing in here. The wind must've blown the cocaine into my purse, I have to agree with you. So, but we still want to get a third vote. We yeah, we had a Steve who couldn't hang on voted for the the FBI guy. So the dancing. Yeah. Okay. The FBI guy dancing that was our third vote, but majority rules and moving on to the semifinals. If that's what they're called is the woman who said that cocaine blew into her purse because of the wind. So there we go. All right. We got to dummy finalists so far and we'll do this again next week. Let's take a break here for the weather. And then we come back, we've got straight out of context and Nick de show spies to get underway. And so there you go we continue to countdown to dummy of the year..
"nick de" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Welcome back. Everybody nicotine here on seven twenty WGN. And we are live in the AllState skylines studio. We're here until five AM. It's Friday all the regular Friday. Features are coming up fly James Friday, you big dummy as we get closer to crowning a dummy of the year straight out of context. Nick de show spies. We're gonna talk about I've e- league clashes that you can take online and weird classes that have been available in colleges all over the place and we'll finish up. Our discussion about the iconic and most memorable logos corporate logos. But right now, our good friend. Herb Weisbaum is with us. He's an EMMY award winning. Reporter. He covers the consumer beat for NBC. News dot com has a website called consumermaNcom. And he joins us each month to help you out with your consumer issues and concerns and questions three one two nine eight one seven two hundred for talk and text any questions you have for her. Let's bring her back her welcome back. We love those listener questions. All right. And and yeah, you can do that. We'll get those in here at three one eight one seven two hundred get some calls in some texts. As well. But now we were in. We were talking about your how does save more money. You have seven resolutions to improve your financial wellbeing for this year coming up here. It's two thousand nineteen we did two resolutions. Let's go to number three. Okay. And this is a way to make a little bit more money this year. And that's the look for higher returns for cash investments, as we all know interest rates are going up, that's bad. If you're having a borrowing money, but it's good if you're a saver, but you can't wait for those fireworks trace to land in your lap and find you you've literally got to.
"nick de" Discussed on MacBreak Weekly
"We actually use this. We use something similar to this not exactly it's spatial rendering. So you know, where the voices coming? So a lot of times for some of our folks what what we'll do is if you have calms stereo in your ears. We will move like your clients will be over and the riot other people be over in the left some will be in the center in so by having three or four positions or five positions of where people are that are talking to you, you know, who's talking to you because you might have hundreds of people on a calms from different groups, and you kind of get you get you an after a couple of hours you get kinda used to knowing where everybody is in. So it it actually makes a lot of sense mean it sounds like it actually is paying attention to where you're looking. So you know from from looking at that. So it it it it less crazy than it than it looks. When you read the article. There's there's a lot of technology for basically denting specific voices within one single voice track. And then being able to sort of isolate one and give it more prominence to the others. And that would be it would be pretty big thing. Like every every time of before before our show, there might be a couple of interesting conversations happening at the same time one of which being like my conversation with with the producers of out. Okay. So is the lighting. Okay now. Okay. Can you hear me now dedicate what if I unplug and re plug in? And meanwhile, like, you guys can't really have their your conversation because it's all it's all being much together. But to be able to put multiple conversations that are of interest to one specific list or on the same channel wouldn't just create a wonderful experience for that one person. It would also actually greatly enhanced what you can do with punching channel of audio. Have you think about it? This is actually what people with hearing aids have problems with is that everybody sounds this at the same level. So they have a hard time they hear everything kind of together. So this modern. Hearing as opposed to do directional, right? Yeah. But it's it's the same kind of thing where you're going to if you're talking to someone and you kind of turn the way you're gonna hear them here in modern hearing aids or somewhere with my air pods. If anybody sees no, no. Oh, please. I bet you your modern hearing aids cost a lot more than the airports. I am on my third set of air pods. So it's it starts. Yeah. Yeah. Nick de in our chat room who was just in studio and his whole group had to leave their visiting says we are now using FaceTime more than Skype for business. It'd be Skype for business in every way, that's an interesting unexpected side effect of that. I think that I find that FaceTime is more stable than many of the other platforms. But it's also a little a notch lower in quality oftentimes. And so, but it works better start using it. We bought a MAC mini just for that purpose. It won't. I it's not it when you have good band with. It's gonna look better on Skype than it does on face taco interesting. Look and sound better. At least that's been our experience yet. We just bought the big Skype T XBox. So I'm not sure I want to switch to FaceTime, right? I've Scott I want abandoned Skype. God knows. Yes. But it's best. Best out there. Yeah. The thing that it does better than than all the other platforms as it will suck up as much bandwith. But the problem with all of our hosts like Rene, and Andy how great the bandwidth, and so they do they they almost always look great. If you know if there are other issues right now, the hard part is is that Skype doesn't handle variations in the bandwidth nearly as well because it's using up so much of it. So suddenly drops you start to break up pretty quickly. That's what we notice. Yeah..
"nick de" Discussed on Villains
"Next question. They say it's an from Houston, Texas. I was calling to see what is does even had a chance to even survive after spending time with Amy because even if she didn't see the interview with Nick de really thinks she would have lived with does he the way he was treating her left. He'll eating thinks. Oh, fuck yob injured. I. Does he had no chance zero chance he may be had one single percent of a chance in the very very beginning. But there's this quick thing after he rescues her and brings her to his house where he likes mentions that he has a treadmill. And it was a RAB forum after that he had to die. You don't say to a person who's in the middle of framing someone for murder. Hey, maybe exercise a little bit and fix your hair. That was a bad call by desma. He had a he had a moment there where he did a very bad job of reading the room and. And it costs them it. No chance he had no chance at all. Next question. Chase around. This is the most important voice mail. I've ever left Nick done is sitting at the bar at the bar and Margot comments that his anniversary has come fast and Nick tag on and furious. So I'm wondering is that why you chose this movie? If not I understand if so I completely understand. And my question is this if you were to recast movie with either characters are actors, your choice from the fast and furious universe..
"nick de" Discussed on Ariel Helwani's MMA Show
"Yeah. There's a big difference between I want this to happen. I'm w-. Working on this. And it is happening. Yeah. And Maswadeh has about agreement. His team was very quick to tell me that. And what did I say to them Powell cost ahead about agreement to when he thought he was fighting Romero we've seen this time. And again that time they actually did have that the second time. Yeah. No. I'm talking about the MSG where they announced it and all that stuff and cost about agreement. Yeah. I don't know how to feel about this. What do you think with the Diaz brothers specifically with Nick, I think although both of them at applies to I'm not going to believe it until I hear from them. That is my that is my barometer when it comes to to them, you can talk about a fight happening. You can you know, we Nate was in a fight with dust Emporia. And then not in not unless I hear it from Nick, I don't believe it, doesn't it doesn't feel real to me is a feel like Dana white special in the sense that he wants to put it out there to get people excited. No. I think there's actual conversations at least happening. Oh, sure. But I. I don't believe that. It is the fight is happening until I hear it from Nikki s by the way. Mas would all definitely wants it to happen. Would would have it tomorrow? I don't blame them. I don't believe anything until I see nifty s say that it's happening. And by the way, like Nick de has might not be the guy to go to use this to go along with that little. Yeah. You know, what I mean like he him and his brother are typically, look like, oh, you want to do this on my behalf. I'm not gonna play. Remember what I said? I think it was on this show, the ones who don't fear the repercussions of walking away, the ones that are the scariest to do business with there's no motivation for him to come back now unless he wants to come back and if and if the game is to force him into it. I don't think he will be forced as you said, we were all sad and disheartened and upset that he was suspended for five years, then he's not now he's available to fight. And then he takes five years. Anyway, it's it's on his terms. It's on his timeline, and I have questions about if he is coming. Going back for the right reasons. Sure, I wonder if it's for money, I wonder if it's because this is a guy who always had a love hate relationship with fighting. And by the end, it didn't seem like he liked it very much. I know he's always been a little ornery with the the media and whatnot. But by the end of that Anderson Silva experience, it seemed like he had kind of had enough. Yeah. And he did it all he fought for UC title strikeforce champion, etcetera, etcetera, he essentially to lead acce-, all that stuff a more. I I don't want Nick DS to come back..
"nick de" Discussed on Double Toasted
"Which book. You can see more like, damn, I thought I had to see right. Like being on his own games. Right. What what the kids would going. Slam. I wish have been baked beans. This is the last one radio and this this, this one I saved because it's the craziest one as nothing unusual about celebrities going up against the Papa rats in camera people in in in the media out there, and they can be very annoying and they can be very aggressive themselves. A lot of times cheer them on, but there was one case where somebody that you would least expect it to lost her mind. It was Bjork. Nick de Esto me day be Jorg. Because he told me he's like, he's like, man, do you remember that that thing that happened with that Asian chick with Asian shit. Be Georgie beef, jerky Bjork and from ice from Iceland? Yeah. Thing about Bjorg. Bjork was always seen as Icelandic pixie berry. You know, she was in four-time. She started out with very guard, almost moody music, and then laid off she became more mainstream and she didn't make these happy these happy songs and he's happy videos. One of them is like the pretty popular. It's so quiet. Chaining. Nuts about a guy who you wanna cry, trust. You have to to. Oh, she's so cute. She's adorable, she like, yeah. Well, don't start no shit with all this cuteness fool yo ass. Catch me on the wrong day. And that's exactly what happens. Somebody called her getting off of a plane. She was trying to get a car and people are still asking what? What really set her off with this reporter before the reported anything. She just said, Bjork welcome and she lost her shit. Maybe it was the pressure of the press. Perhaps it was the jetlag, whatever it just one reporter and a simple greeting. Welcome to Bangkok, pop started. Lose that Icelander. Cool. That..
Illinois, Wgn and Illinois Department Of Public discussed on The Nick Digilio Show
"Radio and tune in nick de is up next here with your news is gone expanded fog and mist at o'hare it's thirty one degrees this morning fbi agents on monday raided the offices home hotel of president trump's lawyer michael cohen it's part of a case that's been assigned a federal prosecutors in new york but it began with a referral from special counsel robert muller muller investigating whether members of trump's 2016 campaign colluded with russia during the election president trump's promising what he calls quick and forceful action in response to saturday's deadly suspected chemical weapons attack in syria at least sixty people were killed reuters reports the number of injured is more than a thousand it happened in the city of douma near serious capital damascus facebook ceo mark zuckerberg begins two days of congressional testimony today before joint hearing of the senate judiciary and commerce committees he was on capitol hill monday he met with some of the lawmakers he'll be questioning him today about the cambridge analytica scandal arizona governor doug ducey deployed more than two hundred national guard troops to the us mexico border monday your mission is to support the efforts of the us department of homeland security and their efforts to secure the border and keep the communities on the board xs governor greg abbott says he'll deploy more than a thousand national guard troops it's part of the white house effort to secure the southern border and reduce illegal immigration back locally the illinois department of public health is bracing for more deaths involving severe bleeding from synthetic cannabinoid wgn's judy pielach reports three people now dead in more than one hundred in chicago in central illinois have experienced excessive bleeding after smoking or eating the synthetic substance many have tested positive for rat poison every day the number of cases goes up synthetic products are human made mind altering chemicals that are sprayed onto dry plant material public house director near shots as the product is nothing like actual marijuana it is unpredictable and now we know deadly judy pilot wgn news and supporters of the equal rights amendment will rally state legislators today jennifer lee is with the air illinois coalition movement me to this is the time and what women want to have their rights codified into law she says they expect a vote in the legislature this spring illinois is seen as a key state in.