35 Burst results for "Ozzy"
Bahrain Grand Prix Qualifying: Should Mercedes be Worried?
"Of the weekend max stock has taken pole and it feels like we have a bachelor hands. What did you think of the stephens. Performance arianna was fantastic today. It really really was. I mean like. I said a few nights ago recorded our hand i've represented. I was always very pessimistic. Is very wary of the potential from his eighties to to come back out of nowhere and stunned the formula one field and maintain its advantage from the previous seasons. But yeah i mean what. What a great drive from vistaprint. The there was a slight a slight down a slight negative aspect to it. It did make a mistake in key. One damaged his car and put not seemingly not enough christie reckons that it costs about one tenth for seconds in terms of each latte did after going over the cubs and damaging his floor. I'm an by By over three tenths of a second so you know he could have been even further ahead. Bob that just shows you how good that packages and and how well see bishop in eastern. It was just a fantastic fantastic drive in and again. Sergio perez out in key to in the other red blue. I mean obviously is a new car concept for him so he's gonna take a little while but it really does again show work good job. Verstappen does yeah definitely but mercedes did look better than what we've seen previously. They seemed like they had improved. Low bet but ozzy said max zappa me was only four. Tenths ahead of lewis. Hamilton and various hamilton. Did say after. He gave everything he had so i not finding hot one qualifying session and we have a very long season ahead. Thought should mercedes be worried. Yeah i think they should be. And i think that that's already so reflected in in the comments that they're making i think by taito wolf. You will boldly more bluntly per lewis hamilton. Coming out and saying well. These changes to the floor. Rose have been done to slow us down. I mean how much straightaway in the press
Mother accused of killing 6-year-old son, dumping his body in river
"A mother accused of killing her six year old son and her boyfriend accused of helping her get rid of the child's body. But appearing in Middletown Municipal Court today 29 year old Britney Gazi is accused of trying to abandon her son, James Hutchinson at Restaurant parking Prebble County, dragging him to see as she drove away while he tried to get back in the vehicle. Hosni would later returned to find James dead, taking his body home overnight, then dispose of it in the Ohio River with help from her boyfriend, 42 year old James Hamilton the next day. Ozzy's bomb was set at $1 million as she is charged with murder, abuse of a corpse and tampering with evidence Hamilton being held on $104,000 bond, He faces abuse of a corpse and tampering with evidence
Myanmar foreign minister visits Thailand, first trip since coup
"Has made monse military genta underestimated. Just how strong and sustained resistance can be to the coup. They mounted at the start of this month. The now appears to be a solid disavow civil disobedience movement determined to fill the streets and campaign for the return of the deposed government. Well in response to this the gentrys looking overseas for support. Its foreign minister headed to thailand on wednesday for talks so for more. I'm joined the line by glen. Were robinson monaco's bangkok correspondent has been monitoring the situation for as closely in neighboring men and. Hello glen gadaffi bag. Good morning. just tell us a little bit more about the fact that the foreign minister has traveled is it isn't acknowledgement. Isn't it that men mar has a problem. It doesn't know how to solve well. That is definitely true. i would call in the industry as yet because about a countries around the world and not even recognizing the regime pets representative of for foreign affairs own however some some countries are referring to him. It was a very Abruptly arraigned Anything which was kind of fun on on people. And i think the thais also shell shocked i. The whole thing was put together very quickly. They happen to be also amazing. Raised with the indonesian foreign minister. Who seem to be taking some initiatives to try and organize the ozzy on group of ten countries in south east asia to Try to get together. Mediate with the hundred Which you know. The country is a member of the on and try and get some kind of proposal going So follow the the lines coming out of that kind of shuttle diplomacy highly encouraging because The plan is apparently to propose that The hunter speaks to its earlier. Promised to hold an election within a year and and proceed with restoring democracy. Of course nobody believes them. And there's already been house of dismay from the protest movement in any thoughts plan rented head. What the protest movement want is for the international community not to recognize the winter as a legitimate government and to Don't accept them in As the government of there's some there's some Room for more tension arising from that But yesterday was indeed a very confusing day in bangkok with planes coming. In and out the nation foreign minister here the Foreign policy representative and a lot of speculation about what they were talking about.
Serena Williams loses to Naomi Osaka in Australian Open semifinals
"Australian Open Winners number one men see Novak Djokovic moves into the finals 30 Naomi Osaka Again denies Serena Williams that opportunity for a record tying 24th career Grand Slam singles title after her win in the Ozzy Open semifinals. Osaka will play American Jennifer Brady in the
The Australian eSafety Commissioner On Protecting Us And Our Kids Online
"Hello and we'll continue my security. Tv and al taking sick. Weekly this out. Tuesday afternoon episode. Is chris coverage on the director with security media and today with joined by jimmy inland gras. The safety commissioner. Which is the australian office of the commissioner at discussing online safety and public awareness international trains and safety by design. We do appreciate julie's time. This is a wake following site. That incident is so get a wrap up of what we do on free dies. Well what julie did. She did a lot more than what we did. But we tried our best and without further ado. We'll bring in julia emigrant a site. Commissioner julie. thanks for joining us. Thank you so much for having me and thank you for getting involved in safer n that day last week. Yeah look we we. Our best in did reach out to try and get you on on the actual david. Maybe tell us about the die is well like you. Everywhere you tycoon. Various strategies tv channels on the day that you had a little guy. It was great. We've continued to really gather some really important momentum and what was really important for us to bring the whole broader community along so we have three thousand organizations that officially signed up. And i think a lot more than engaged and it celebrated in one hundred seventy countries and due to the time zones we in new zealand together kind of set the tone for the whole day. And you know i guess ten to punch above our weight in terms of what we do so Here we we had a sub theme beyond better internet Which was start the chat. Because we think it's really important that we're actually giving all of our citizens Some actionable things that they can do And certainly we focused around a couple of different deliverables this year and the first was the release of some of our research around the digital lives of ozzy teams But then we also released two new novel resources on one was a picture book about swish glide and rule number. Five there little australians. Sugar gliders that. Tom you know dealt with issues with tablets in in the woods and we had jimmy reits rebe read the book for us and he was fantastic. We also have a my family rule song by lala who's another children's entertainer And i found it Almost more infectious than baby shark or fruit salad yummy yummy by time it catches on and we hope that mothers and fathers around australia will forgive us for that. But i of course what i think drove a lot of Coverage in the interest was the research around them to. Jill lives of ozzy teens. And there were some pretty concerning findings in there certainly Now we were talking to teams themselves and so you can take this with a grain of salt but they told us they spend an average of two hours a day online but they are using up to four different social media sites at any one time and then forty percent told us that it made had at least one negative online experience in the past six months between march and september so really during the lockdown and the most concerning stout of course is that one in three had had a stranger contact them online. And that's up from one in four back in two thousand seventeen. Did our broader national. You survey there were other unwanted experiences. They were having To antenne had unsolicited Images whether they be Horn graphic images or a violent extremism content sent to them stops that they can't see stuff that they told us very distressing so that that wasn't great news updates Combative full them. It's it can be combative Even just monitoring a twitter fate. It can be Interesting rating at of the least amongst professionals that line. What it's like. And one of the things i wanted to read chapter in terms of things like hong gaming platforms Sort of made some comments around. That is well one of the key things on on this Fame was online safety and public awareness and maybe public around that cohort of teenagers. How how prepaid by when the coming online do you think by outside compared to five years ago. Do you think these is high. And it's time to start to engage in that conversation with a a young a to decide. You're going to say some things that you need to be able to company and comfortable to come talk to us about his parents so you heavy heavy find that developing no spoke with a very good observation because one of the things that we've seen in terms of engaging with young people but also through this research is particularly after a young person has an aide negative experience online. They're developing empathy and they wanted to have more information about how to stay stay safe online and keep their friends online now a concern of ours for a long time is that the vast majority of young people out there will not tell a trusted adult when something goes wrong online almost fifty percent An yeah that's not surprising. When we we get to our teenage years we're trying to establish Dependence from our parents. I'm a i'm sure. A lot of kids are concerned about device them or getting in trouble. They may feel bit of shame but they also told us they don't talk to a trusted adult because they don't think It'll be taken seriously. There is anything that can be done. you know of course. A lot of teenagers are morfey with technology than Of adults but i think what we need to get across to young people and again. This is why the start. The chat theme was so poignant so important here is that we as adults do have the judgment maturity and life experience to be able to help kids know. Solve a range of problems problems whether it's reporting to the platform or reporting to safety but it's important that we start the conversations early and often. It's never too early on. Its particularly not too early given that we know that forty two percent of australian two year olds have some kind of access to a digital device usually through entertainment by the time. They're four years old. It's up to ninety four percent.
Mastering the Go-Around with Rob Mark
"Tell people just kind of from the high level view what is go around and one. The some of the reasons that pilots might have to go arounds. Go around is a situation in which sure the aircraft is on final somewhere planning to land. You may be stabilized. You may not be when we talk about stabilized. We mean someone. That's not a thousand feet in the air half mile off the end of the runway diving to make the numbers. That's not stabilized. But that somehow the pilot realizes that this landing is not gonna turn out the way i wanted it to. I may the way it's going. I may land way further down the runway that i planned and you got to go back and do this again. And you push the power in a adjust the flaps to with a climb flaps. And you go around and you do it again. But that transition from getting the airplane setup for landing often you have full flaps landing flaps in to getting it to pitch up and climb and add the power and not bring the nose up so steeply that the plane stalls. That's quite an awful lot of work. As is the part up here with us. Transitioning your mind from. I'm gonna land to god. I'm not going to land. I've got to go around so again. Usually pilots see it early on but sometimes they don't and you know go around really needs to happen early enough so that there's not chaos in the cockpit and go around of course don't have to be initiated by the pilot. Atc might tell you to go around and for example. Sometimes when i'm landing at my home airport here in palo alto with people that i'm working with. Clients who are in the left seat will be spaced out nicely and then suddenly. Atc will put an aircraft on the runway at almost always. I clients at that point. Be prepared we might have to do a go around because often the spacing is so tight that that aircraft may not get off in time. So i think a lot of go round situations can be anticipated and certainly as you talked about stable approaches. That's really the core to a good landing. We had a see. If i'm meeting it at my flying club where they had analysed all the past incidents and they said that fully eighty percent of all those incidents could have been avoided by timely. Go around well. I think you just mentioned another really interesting point about you. Telling the person in the other seat heard that. Atc call you know that means we might be ready for go around here what you want what we as instructors want is we want the the student or the person the left seat to say You know what that sounds like. We better be prepared for a go route. You don't want them to depend on you to tell them that we want to see them. Recognize it and be prepared with a possible action somewhere along the line. We'll we'll talk a minute about some of the mechanics of doing go arounds. But i i that we might talk about stabilized approaches. And i've got something here which i've just brought up. Let's talk through this. These are the criteria that cirrus has in their flight operations manual for what constitutes a stabilized approach. And i think a lot of pilots have some vague general idea of what stabilized approaches. But they're actually a lot of different criteria to it so let. Let's talk through some of these. I think it's it's very interesting that we look and you see Six criteria for this stabilized approach and the one being airspeed. I flew with a student last year. Who was absolutely certain before he would start it. He knew how to fly because even playing with the flight sim for years. And we got on the down wind. And i said okay. Don't you start the turn to base now when you think it is it is necessary and we got opposite the numbers and he just crank this airplane around into about up forty degree bank and kind of the knows that what okay. This is going to be interesting. When of course we ended up really high and really fast and i had to tell him to go around and later on. We'll be debriefed. I said what was that about. He said. I don't know that always worked in flights him. I could always make it work and flights out and is too young but let's get in the right mindset. This is not flight sim. And and of course the reason the proper airspeed is so important is because you're landing criteria. Well i'll have this thing down and stopped in about twelve hundred feet. Or whatever is based on crossing the end of the runway at the proper airspeed. If you're ten knots high depending on the airplane you can extend that landing distance quite a bit in pilots might say sorry. Our port has a five thousand foot runway but you may not always operate from five thousand foot runway. And what happens when you're not on a five thousand foot runway on a day when it's starting to drizzle and the runways a little wet and you touchdown long past way past where you think you should and you try to get on the brakes to stop and the airplane might give you a little surprise on the ground so proper speed is absolutely a good place to begin and i usually tell fox. Try and keep it within a few knots. I mean i'd like to see them at the target reference speed. You know plus or minus a couple of knots and that's really important because our airfield is very short. And if you're in nuts fast you better be going around especially if your landing in the high-performance aircraft like the cirrus. Let's see a couple others here so correct flightpath. So essentially we've got gotta be a lined up on the center of the the runway and we've got to be essentially on the glide slope or the glide path so if it's an instrument approach where on the glide slope if were flying visually then were on the vase e or the pappy or whatever visual guidance we have but what. Tell us about some of the others here. Well i think being on the glide path is is a good one because so many airports the as have an old vase ozzy or a pappy or light or something which is a series of red and white lights to give you a visual. Clo- that you're on target to touchdown in the touchdown zone and if if you find that you're turning final close in and you're seeing nothing but white lights you're in trouble and then because your way high and if you happen to also be fast trust me you are not going to get down in the touchdown zone and as we talked about earlier you may land way past the touchdown point. You think so. The goal of all this is to get you to look and see a consistent place we want to see. The pilot have a consistent view of the runway so that every landing looks pretty much the same when they have the same airspeed and the same flap setting. And we know that they're confident that they're gonna touchdown in the first. Say the first third of the runway. Because if they're not and they're looking at that going anytime something in your brain says. I think this is gonna work. We'll probably be okay when your brain starts spitting out words like that even if it's not verbally it's time to go around and do it again. You don't get points off for reform messing it up the first couple of times. The real secret is to realize it's not right and we'll go back and fix it.
Nina Jackson and How to Help your Student Thrive
"I love to see. am. I hope to invigorate teachers. Children and young people with what i call the face. This show but lemon. So you've got the structures and systems of the school and we can't get away from that and we can't get away from exams and data in tasks and things like that but we can't embrace. Is that when teachers have this connection with children and young people. That's the sort of like. Oh wow phase moment wet. Children are so engrossed in what they're learning they pasta infectious personality on to others in the classroom as well as the teachers. And as my dear friend how a roberts would say sometimes it's about bothered nece noah. I'm on really bulbs to be learning about this. You become bulbs. Didn't you become engaged when somebody explode. Uranium phase emotionally cognitively. A neurologically boom shaka la suited. So for me. We've got an access all areas of education. We've got to give teachers in show john empowerment to be brave to test to try and if it doesn't work that's okay to know what we'll try a different way because there is always another way so for me. It isn't about practice makes perfect. It's about pocket. The passion pocket the passion for you are as an educator ozzy lunar but you've got to get to know the children in the young people that you work with. I mean you've got to know the inside out. So i'm a consultant practitioner. I still teach. I adore to work with children and young people. Sometimes i see the slight children and young people as while you know we wanna we wanna get into that sort of in an minds to find out what made it brilliant for them so hike s what i wanna do is in life now. We'll you know rocking on that. Brilliant age of fifty five onto fifty six only like. I'm wow look. I just wanna live life but give other people just this purpose. An empowered woman to be able to serve themselves on to serve others as well that. What's the point or the pint is your purpose than becomes of service to others. Still if you are able to serve its at that with your brilliant your passion your energy your knowledge expertise the way that you can connect with people through relationships in culture than you can have more woohoo moments
Ozzy Osbourne says he regrets cheating on wife Sharon: 'I'm not proud of that'
"Says he regrets cheating on his wife, Sharon. The Rock star made the revelation in the latest issue of British GQ men of the year in the interview, as he admits he has done some outrageous things in his life. But cheating on his wife is one of his biggest regrets and get
Sell Almost Anything You Can Dream Of with Russell Brunson
"Russell. Say what's up to fire nation and sheer something interesting about yourself. That most people don't new what's a fire nation All right the first thing. I can think of the people probably know about me. Is that like i am. Deathly scared of cats have not touched the cat in over twenty years The last time. I touched a cat and mice will shut for three days and i have not touched. A cat said the my in-laws are cat people. So i literally go their house and i stand there and don't touch it. Well i can tell you. Can kate sorry. It was actually a campus and she was growing up. Her family always had one or two times. And i was the opposite. I was always a dog person. Springer spaniels my whole life and finally during quarantine because we used to travel all the time. In fact you. And i are supposed to be out in fiji recently. We weren't able to do that and we had a bunch of trips are ozzy cancelled. So i finally able to convince kate to get a dog with me so we now we have got him when he was two months old. But now we have a seven month old golden doodle. His name is gas and one reason why you'll love him russell's because he's hypoallergenic no shedding which was what i needed. Not because i was allergic to anything but just like. That's the one thing i don't like about. Dogs is the shedding. So gus is the perfect dog. I love him to death and follow me on instagram. If you want to see. Some great dog gussied dog video so russell as i t's earlier during the introduction. We're talking today about how to sell almost anything that you can flip in dream of and you have helped so many people do just that for so many years. I've been an avid click. Finals promoter and user for years and years and years now multiple to calm clever wars. All the nine yards. I mean i absolutely love. Click finals. I wanted to bring you back on. Because you've done something recently that again you just stay out of the curve. You continue to revolutionize stuff for so long like webinars were just boring like slides and then they have a talking head from time to time. There's an like and then you came out with this webinar. It's so spectacular because it's not lake. It's like this. Unbelievably new groundbreaking knowledge. I mean it's such important fundamental knowledge that you need to know fire nation. But it's how he delivers it with the stories and then the cartoons and the videos in the mix and the mismatch like i literally russell went back and watched one of my webinars and i hate it now. Like i hate my webinar. Because you so. I'm gonna follow your lead. My man and i'm going to mix up fire nation. Ill fire dot com slash. Click webinar just go over there. Watch this webinars free. It's amazing will up your game and it will help your business for the content but also for the presentation style you fire dot com slash click webinar and the title is the weird almost backwards. Funnel secret that is currently being used by underground group of entrepreneurs including myself to sell almost anything you can of so russell. Break that down for us. Yeah definitely so the group of entrepreneurs these are like my tribe. My people right. We call ourselves funnel hackers and a lot of people like don't turn means initially and for us. It's like all about trying to reinvent the wheel and figure things out from the beginning. It's like let's look and see what's working currently right and so looking at other people's funnel people's businesses and looking at as a model then create something new and unique outlook and i think that When i got started in business online. I thought i had to figure everything out. I was trying to be creative all the time and it really really struggled until i said that there's people who've been doing this for a long time and they're just trying to reinvent the will let me see what they're doing and what are the tweaks and changes. I can get my product or my service into the structure that they've proven his work and you know this is well anyone in in the online business like the art and the science right in the science doesn't change the framework. It's like the frame of a house right like that's that that doesn't change and so it was figuring what what's the framework. What's the funnel the things that we know work in the process that works the price points at work and then on top of that we. We've in our own art. Our own products our own messaging. And when you figure out how to do that we call funnel hacking. That's the that's the secret and now we've had people doing this. We have over one hundred hundred and twenty one hundred thirty thousand active members and click finals right now. We see it happening in every market in the world which has been so cool because it was kind of a new concept you know five or six years ago now. We're seeing it happen everywhere now. Literally i mean. I lost entrepreneurs on fire eight years ago and that didn't exist and i remember you coming and bringing of this phrase this term. You know this lifestyle back five six years ago. And i've washed it you know. Do it has done over the past five or six years. It's been absolutely amazing and fire nation. What we're doing next. We're going to go through the three main themes that russell talks about throughout the webinar. Now of course we're not gonna go into super depth on these because you're gonna watch the webinar for that and it's free and it's visual and it's beautiful and it's breathtaking at times like you need to watch for that reason but russell let's start with funnel hacking and how to ethically steel over a million dollars worth of funnel hacks from your competitor for under a hundred dollars. That's one benjamin taken away. Yes so this is something. I the concept i the principal i learn. Issue tony robbins. Who's a friend of both of ours. And tony said if you want to be successful in life you need to model those who are already successful and all parts of life. I like in in sports in business and everything and And so for me. I remember i was at an event and i heard this guy Showing one of his finals one time to talk about what they did how they did it and like all the money they spent all this stuff and i remember looking at that and i was like i'm never going to figure those things out and then for moment i stop and say what a minute. What if what. If i if i just looked at what he did and it looked like he had a product here and there was up selling the down so this was the process took someone to where if i took that again that framework and then i just weaved in my own product mountings into it and so i was kind of the idea. We'd have a name for back then. I would call frontal hiking today. But i i use that. And so i. This is before click funds probably seven or eight years ago is launching supplement at because i love supplements supplement. I know how to do it. So i found somebody who had to supplement funnel i looked at the structure. They'd proven would work to sell supplements. And i took that structure. I built my own supplement. You know put my own copy. My own words mount phrase by us use. There's is kind of a model like a business model. This is what we need to do and And we launched it and it blew up and we got huge and what was cool about it was. i didn't have to go and do tons of market researcher. All these things. All i had to do is literally go to the person's funnel and buy their product like put my credit card on my wallet spent a hundred bucks. I bought the product. And i was able to see everything right what we see some his website or a page. And it's like the tip of the iceberg but by paying buying the person's product and bunnell hacking him as able to see oh after they after someone buys a product sell them with this and they down so at this and this is the process. After i saw the process look like as the model that for my supplement. And that's how we were up to grow supplement company
Seven CS:GO players banned by ESIC for betting-related offences
"Sports news. Seven proceeds go players in australia were ban forbidding on their own matches leading many to believe that matchfixing had occurred australia. Local law enforcement was called notified about the offense. Really law enforcement all crikey. We got seven ozzy game as here cheating on the games again. What do we do the crocs. Feed him the five hundred. Spiders spiders done.
Sharon Osbourne says she and Ozzy were victims of credit card fraud
"Bradley show, so show, so This This is is this this is news is news right? Sharon right? Sharon Osborne Osborne revealed revealed that she that and she her husband, and her husband, Ozzy, Ozzy, were were recent recent victims victims of credit of credit card card fraud. fraud. No, No, the host the host of the of talk, the talk, shared shared honor. honor. CBS CBS show that show that she went she went to pick to up pick a up gift a gift for daughter for daughter Kelly's Kelly's birthday, birthday, and the and store the store clerk clerk allegedly allegedly rang rang up up additional additional unimproved unimproved charges. charges. Enough Enough to Max to Max out. out. Both Both Sharon Sharon and and Ozzy Ozzy is credit is credit cards. cards. Okay, Okay, that that had had to have to been have been that that had had to have been to have a been hefty a hefty amount amount of of charge charge really really right. right.
Sharon Osbourne Says Someone ‘Maxed Out’ Her and Husband Ozzy’s Credit Cards
"Show, so This is this is news right? Sharon Osborne revealed that she and her husband, Ozzy, were recent victims of credit card fraud. No, the host of the talk, shared honor. CBS show that she went to pick up a gift for daughter Kelly's birthday, and the store clerk allegedly rang up additional unimproved charges. Enough to Max out. Both Sharon and Ozzy is credit cards. Okay, that had to have been that had to have been a hefty amount of charge really right.
Chicago-area restaurants adjusting to state ban on indoor dining, facing challenges as winter approaches
"Shut down starting Friday because of an increasing number of coded 19 cases. It comes as a result of higher hospitalizations higher daily tests in the higher positivity rate. It also comes as many restaurants are struggling to survive, with many Seeing reduced into our dining through much of the year already, many owners say, without the outdoor dining season, with the outdoor dining season winding down, they will not be able to survive on takeout in delivery alone. Ozzy Godoy carnival. We were just getting some footing. We've lost all of our private events and This is this is devastating to her to a industry that's You know on pins and needles just trying to survive. My restaurant association is asking for the rules to be changed to allow at least some indoor dining mayor life. It also
Dodgers' Clayton Kershaw to face Rays in World Series Game 1
"Can the dodgers finally do at this time after eight consecutive division titles? Yeah. Can The postseason snake bit Clayton Kershaw finally dodgers to the first title since one, thousand, nine, hundred, Eighty, eight game on the world series is tonight as the Tampa Bay rays versus those Los Angeles dodgers live from Arlington Texas Pitch Five, eight our time tonight on Fox Kershaw gets the start.
The Beauty Of Imperfect Travels With Christine And Jules
"To the extra pack of peanuts travel podcast the show that teaches you how to travel more. While spending less I'm your host share share and joining me today are the half Ozzy half. American duo, you're going to get to tell by the accent who's who? who have roam the historic streets of Cuba bad elephants in. Thailand. Danced in one of the biggest music festivals in Europe and I've done something many of us. Maybe all of us listening have either done or dreamed of gorge themselves full of food in Italy Christine and jewels from don't forget to move dot com and this the not. So bon voyage podcast, which has a tagline which goes wrong on the road. So you know we're getting to miss out today guys you're saying. Thanks for joining me. Huge. Welcome. Yeah. Thank you so much for having us and which ones which. WHO's the? Ozzy. WHO's The American? Is Made. From California. Does the tear. Mine is worse than my ozzy accent is awful. Yeah. Okay. Switching roles you each have to do each other's accent for the entire show. Let's see Oh. Gosh. Give me a horrible. So you guys. I love the tagline. I love the idea behind saying, Hey, travel is not always glamorous magical thing in in fact when it's not glamorous, it's sometimes is magical in hindsight like that's one of the reasons we all like to travel. So we're going to get to like the mishaps and they'll out I'm sure as we go through. You guys actually met on the road correct like you your relationship butted while you were traveling. Yep. So obviously, we're from opposite sides of the world, but we met in South America in Peru, and we are both Solo backpacking in two thousand twelve. We're both just on our own trips doing our own thing and we happen to arrive at a nonprofit disaster-relief organization to volunteer. They're just a day apart from each other and we ended up volunteering together for about six months, and in that time, we just developed a friendship and relationship, and after that, we're like neither of US wanted to go home and live normal lives. So we just kept traveling together and how was eight years ago and we pretty much still traveling. But now right now. Yeah pretty much. Like for both of you was it the first check box like doesn't WanNa go home and live a normal life yes or no if they say, yes, they're into their out if they say no, then maybe we can make this work. But we had some similarities of the stout because we both traveling boom to we're both working prophets volunteering's will. And then when we talked about plans, we invite extremely vague about what we wanted to do and when we wanted to get high. Salaries now, well That's a good song. The it's interesting too because we were both so low backpackers and when you travel by yourself, you're very used to being able to do what you want when you want see what you want, and you're just like responsible for yourself and can choose what you WANNA. Do and then to bring another person into that mix and travel then as a couple kind of a whole different ballgame. So we had to both be down to just keep travelling and to give up that kind of individual freedom and be able to travel together and make that work and it worked because we're still together. and. Now we're married. Yeah
"ozzy" Discussed on Inspirational Interviews with Jen Rodd
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How to Unlearn Diet Culture's Rules with April Quioh of She's All Fat
"Go talk to April Quiapo. So tell me about your relationship with food growing up my relationship with food. What did you see? Well, I grew up in a matriarchal household like I was raised with my single mom, my two older sisters and my grandma, and so it was just like all ladies and they are all immigrants except for me I was the first person to be born in America in Minnesota, actually in the rest of our board in Liberia and the became immigrants so it was. Like a clash of cultures, types, of thing like the Liberian ideal standard of beauty is different than the American one like more curvy figure is kind of the norm. If you will back there whereas in America at least growing up in the nineties and early thousands I felt very much like I should look like Nicole richer whatever her. So so it was like being curvy trumpy or whatever was accepted to a certain degree, and I was always like fat growing up like not. Curvy but like fat. So we always were on diets together like I think it was just kind of this household were was totally normal to be like we're going on. Atkins this week we're going on weight watchers is speaking it was just like it's almost like a bonding thing like what we did together and then I didn't realize until growing up that it was like, oh, we all just like participating diet culture like as a family basically which I mean yeah, it was. Just kind of something that was super accepted in my family. So it's like in Liberia culture food is super important. It's like how people von how people grieve just like in a lot of cultures, but it was also like vanity is very important. So like we made out this delicious food, but like don't eat too much of it. Otherwise, my grandma will decided be like your fat she was just very she's very upfront lady like that, and that's totally lake the culture is. Different. Ladies assigning, hit your fat like if you ever want to get married maybe maybe not. So that's kind of how I grew up. I was always like naturally you know pretty pretty a Chubby kid and was always remembered I going on a diet when I was maybe six like very young. that. Went on until I. got to college and I was like, Oh, I'm done. I'm over it. So that was that was growing up what a dieting do to your relationship with food and your body did you have feelings about it or it's hard to like this is just how it is. I, mean I had a lot a lot of feelings about it Safina on our podcast. US L. fat talk about a lot like growing up dieting nonstop makes it impossible to know once you break out of that like what you want like today the thing I still struggle with like am hungry and my just eating like I don't even when you diet you read a book and it tells you like, okay, you eat this much foods do this and so you break out. Of It, it's hard to tell like, am I hungry? What do I really want? What is my body want from me like to be nourished? It's like that relationship between your body and you is broken because it's like I ignored what it needed or wanted for so many years. So I think that is the biggest thing that's been damaging like the whole concept of intuitive eating like. Wow sounds so great. I'm not there yet I still am not clear on how to do it because like dieting disea- exact opposite breaking free of that like it's GonNa take a really long time and so I think that that would to me has been the most clear direct result of grabbed away did but yeah I mean I was like I was tortured by my buddy growing up. Everybody in my family is plus is and I am also plus is including my body is like naturally made to be like everyone in my family is but I'm constantly fighting against it and it just felt fruitless inches felt like this project that Ozzy felt like a waste of my time was a real kid and I'm like man, I, wish I could beat the library and instead my mom's like forcing to join a basketball team or whatever. But I know choose choose just she's just trying her best in like also also was very lazy. So she's like please please just get off the couch. No but it just felt you know it was just this kind of like tortured relationship wherever I wish this wasn't that much of I, wish I didn't have to spend so much you by energy thinking about this and it didn't even wear I mean diets don't work. We all know the never worked. So. Yeah that.
How Much Equity Should You Give To Your Partners?
"To another episode of Marketing School I'm Eric Su and I'm Neil, Patel and today we're gonNA. Talk about how much equity you should give to your partners and I. Think Neil this maybe a good way for us to start this off after we kind of talk about a little bit is to share stories. Yeah, so equity guys just to recap. What percent of the company should you be giving to potential partners and I think the high level answer to that would be depends, but I think it'd be helpful for you guys to get an idea of how Neil I have thought about this historically and how we've done things, so neil you WANNA start. Yes so I'm a big believer and basing on value if you think someone is. Doing a lot of work, carrying majority of the way, or they should get majority of a are doing very little work. She get much lower of equity if they're doing half the work and pulling hathaway fighting half value than give them fifty percent, the reason I would vary it a law and don't always look at it as you deserve the majority or you deserve, the least amount is if someone else is doing the majority of the working. They're carrying the company and you do very little, but you own a big chunk or more than half eventually they're not going to be. Happiness can create friction. And then eventually the business can end up going to zero or does not work out on the flip side. If you own majority an were, you can also think about the opposite way as well right so in essence well I've learned and I've done so many different business partnerships says it has to be equal based on the value and effort that each partner is providing, and that could be one partners, providing more money or do. Do More work or they're bringing more deals are revenue. However, you want to slice dice. Yeah, and one way I think people might be thinking. Hey, like what if I want this to be an exact science? I think it's tough to make an exact science, but if you want to do it, there actually is a way to make it a lot more mathematical. There's a website I, think it's called slicing pie so slicing it. Slicing Piedras actually a book on do and basically you actually have to record how many hours you're putting in for the year and I think at the end of the year it calculates equity you got now. That is much more mathematic, but to Neal's point. Let's say somebody joins a company and they want equi now I think it's good to entertain the conversation, but really it's basically a negotiation. You're having so okay. You want equity in the company. How much do you want? Okay? You want twenty percent. Okay? Why do you want twenty percent? Okay, how? How much work have you put in so far? How much money are you going to put in now? If it's really zero zero, starting out I'm just joining because I'm talented. That's hard to compute because if the companies are doing well, you've been doing it for five years. You put in the sweat equity and you put in the money already and this person just come in and say I want this. I think they're probably being unreasonable, but if they're being reasonable, then continued negotiation. I think you've gotTA. Make all parties. Happy on that front, so I. I think with partnerships in the past. We can just talk about our partnership here. Neil like fifty fifty right down the line, so that's true so in general. What do you do with all your partnerships? Because you have multiple partnerships, some are less than fifty fifty summer more than fifty fifty. How do view it? Yeah, so let's look at the software side of things so originally it was two co founders that this is for click flow so I starting out with sixty percent, and a he started out with forty percent of the company and the reason. Reason for that was because I was using my social capital, so I was getting people to put in money for the company secondly Ozzy Mike Capital as well third was using my social capital to get US customers at the same time, and so he thought that was more valuable, and he also wanted me to handle the recruiting financing division all that kind of stuff, and he was going to handle strictly to technical side of things, so that's how we split it that way and we agreed, and it was fair to really know fights on that front. Have you ever had business partnerships, not out and people are fighting and arguing yeah. I mean Oh single rain. Were you were a partner before two? Yeah years ago. Why didn't it work? Single Green didn't work out I guess or the Partnership Workout Right? There's many reasons why the company didn't work out, but why the partnerships not work out partial didn't work. This is my opinion. I think the level of work was not distributed. Some of the people that had equity were no longer putting in the work, and so that actually caused issues friction, because it was like I'm putting in this world and this person just kind of sitting on the size I. think there. There is kind of that going on, but at the same time the company wasn't doing that while anymore. Period because of all the algorithm updates that google was making so cash was coming in, so that led them more stress and people were just like. Forget it at this point is like the company's not really worth anything that was where I think it landed, and then there were five partners as myself a zoo and there were three other people, and that's what happened. Look, at the end of the day business partnerships are GonNa go to ups and downs, oil and a finding out is equity mainly becomes a problem when you're making money when you're not making money, no one really cares for some reason. Even when partners are all happy when money starts rolling in dozen people get greedy and picky and have issues, and that's why it's not structured fairly at the beginning, it creates issues wants money is trying to be made.
Awkwafina, Zendaya among 819 invited to join film academy
"When it comes to who can vote for the Oscars as the academy adds more than 800 new names to its list 819 potential new Oscar voters invited to join the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences and a lot of young and diverse names. On the list. He's dying, Katie alot more sensitive, including the farewell star Aquafina Jokers. Ozzy beats in Spider Man Star Zendaya Academy says it's reached its goal set in 2016 in the wake of the Oscars, so white backlash to double its number of women and underrepresented minorities. By this year. Jason Nathan's an ABC News Hollywood.
"ozzy" Discussed on Rob Has a Podcast
"It's really cool. Yeah the opportunity. Thank thank you Ozzie. And take care all the best. Okay all right man. How good one everybody there? You have Ozzy Luth. That was great. That was great. Loved getting to talk to Ozzy here today. I'm so happy that we did this and really happy with how that turned out. I hope you guys enjoyed that too. I mean that was great You know who who had two hours plus with Ozzy on there a Bingo Card. Here for season forty really. Really great stuff from Ozzy. Hope you guys enjoyed that one if you enjoyed it. Let Ozzy no to that. You enjoyed it because I know that the guests always love to hear when People are enjoying the podcast especially when they're not used to doing this type of thing all right. So here's where we stand next up on Friday evening. I will talk with Shannon Gus on the feedback. Show get your feedback questions in if you're listening to this in the first couple of hours that it comes out let me update you on where we are at a lot. This is exciting So of course you know about what we're doing with our Patriot here in the month of April where we're going to take all of that new money that comes in from our patrons and we are going to donate all of those new pledges to directly or which is providing e for doctors and nurses. I'm making a matching contribution. Of course I'm going to extend that into may because if anybody wants to jump on I've said on the know it alls especially also although it's probably may I by the time you're listening to this that at the end of the month on patriotic thing. Where if they if you become a Patriot on April thirtieth they charge you again on. May I. I've asked them to change it. And they said that they can't okay. So you WanNa wait until smart. Money is on the start of a month if you become a patron of anything okay. That's inside baseball. All right but that being said that being said that are are go fund me that I started over at rob has a website accomplish. Pp charity at the time of recording. This is at nine thousand nine hundred seventy eight dollars so we are twenty two dollars away from. I'm going to tweet this out. Also just as we Get get over the hump before the end of the day here on April thirtieth so check that out as well so my goal is to get twenty thousand dollars to direct relief dot org through all of these Different ways that we're raising the money. All right so some good stuff. Coming out of rob his podcast here in the month of April thanks to the generous support of our listeners. Hope you guys enjoyed this podcast. Still More to come this week in survivor. The Wiggle Room Robin Akiva. Anita podcast this weekend. So be on the lookout for all that robson accomplish is inscribed. Thank you so much for listening conservative by..
"ozzy" Discussed on DISGRACELAND
"The first thing Ozzy Osbourne saw the morning of September third nineteen eighty nine was a puddle of his own drool on the floor. They're right next to where his chin rested against the concrete. His eyes blinked open. His lids were thrown back by the rapid movement beneath them. So rapid so forceful that. His lids couldn't keep things under control anymore. They opened under extreme protest. Ozzy was thrust violently from a dream to this. This was a dream if it was a dream. Who In nightmare is most definitely awake live? He lifted his head looked around. He was in a small cramped jail cell. The floor was dirty sticky soiled it smelled like piss and vomit smelled like the raw meat catapult. He used onstage after a show before they always did down he heard a scream from a deep gravelly. Voiced bounce down. The hallway heard the sound of something hard wrapping against metal bars. The clang of doors being shut clamoring open. What the Hell am I doing here? Is He thought to him so it hurt his brain? Ask himself a simple question like the devil himself had smacked him upside the head and let them to rot alone. Thanks to keep his stained floor. What did he done? Maximum was blocked off in a bar. Fight liberated the head of another wing Mammal de murder. Someone he genuinely had no clue. His head patted his ears rang. He called for help and the sound of his voice echoed down the dark hallway. The were still happening. It was one thing when Ozzy was the only one affected by his Co. Toasty tours when it was just his life on the line when he woke up the median. Strip in Memphis when he passed out cold on the tour bus. It took a while to get to this point shortly after. Randy's death ozzy at a breakdown once the IV drip of Senate is stabilized them. He went right back to the hard stuff he and his first wife were finally divorced. He married Sharon but even their courtship was rocky. Ozzy would go full. Ozzy drink too much nor too much sleep around too much and share with roar engagement ring into the wind and they went through over a dozen rings before they gotta hedged. Sharon had Ozzie. Check into the Betty Ford Clinic. Suzy checked out he was back on the hunt for trouble. He learned how to be sneaky. He had vodka bottles in the oven. He installed outdoor lights in his garden. Not because he caught the bug to plant carrots and beans at all hours lights were there so he could find the bottles boozy buried in the vegetable beds when he went searching for the late at night and then he tested positive for HIV he didn't actually have HIV but his immune system was so busted from all the alcohol and drugs that it thought he had the virus. The doctors had to run the tests a few times to make sense of it. The lab never seen results like these near-fatal amounts of alcohol and cocaine and his bloodstream. Never mind body thinking it had HIV. His body had no right to be functioning at that moment as his body was blacking out on him just like his mind and through it all he remained a vital cog in the American heavy metal machine next the blistering albums by Metallica Judas priest and slayer his nineteen eighty six record the ultimate sin was his highest selling single shot in the dark was an instant metal classic his next album nineteen eighty-eight no rest for the wicked peaked at number thirteen on the billboard. Two hundred the eighties were big for but damned if he could remember any of it just like. He couldn't remember why woken up in a puddle of his own. Spit in jail cell on this foggy morning. September nineteen eighty-nine. He couldn't remember the night before walking down the stairs and nothing but tighty whiteys sitting next to share on the couch. He couldn't remember telling her you had no choice but to kill her to end her life right then in there in the moment it was clear as day. Sharon was GONNA die. Ozzy was going to kill her. He knew what he had to put his hands around her throat. Squeeze was the cocaine talking the Hennessy. Maybe it was the gin or the pills could be the pills. Was it the uppers downers. There was no reason. No real reason. Anyway Lash out at Sharon. Wasn't ozzy talking trouble as usual. Trouble was in control. Took over his body. Told Ozzie went to stand in how to stand. So then he stood up straddled Sharon Sharon screen and get his hands around her throat and suddenly you can scream anymore. She struggled to bring her arms. Ozzy's face her nails right. For his is the weight of Ozzy's half-naked body press down on his wife. He watched her fight for breath fights. It's awesome onto the floor. And then just like that. He blacked out fully out the next thing. He knew he was pleading with a prison guard. Telling why was behind bars. The guard looked at him in disgust and ran down simple. You're an asshole. You attempted to kill your wife. Attempted murder by strangulation ause. He had tried to kill Sharon. He couldn't believe what he was hearing after. Thirty six hours alone with his own thoughts. Ozzy was sent to court. The judge let him go on bell but he had to agree to three ground rules. He couldn't talk to Sharon. He couldn't go home and he had to. Go back to Rehab immediately. He channeled Randy Rhoads while in rehabbing cut. His Vices. Back to smokes. Coca-cola after a few months Sharon paid him a visit to let them know that she was dropping the charges. She knew that was nauseated. Attacked Her. It was something someone truly different. Something truly dark. Something that had taken over it was trouble was an Ozzy Osbourne just like. She had seen the promise in the decade prior holed up in a hotel room with the shades drawn. She saw it again here in Rehab. She would stick it out with but he'd have to make more music with Sharon at the helm managing his career. Ozzy would have to keep making great music. Sharon was playing Sharon. Osborne was all business music and the influence of a strong woman. His wife his manager. The combination had saved his life before and it would save his life again. Ozzy Osbourne climb back on top..
"ozzy" Discussed on DISGRACELAND
"Occasionally they'd find their way to the record plant in L. A. To make music for a band that recorded the entirety of their first three albums. And what was less than a total of three weeks? Having two months to work on one record was both an eternity and a luxury it was hard to keep track of all the people who came by Stradella drive. There was one guy who hung around all the time he didn't fit in. He agree posture. Press suits. Dark Sunglasses didn't say much was always there when the coke pulled up. It was too obvious. Ozzy thought his NARC. What if he's a NARC was anymore undercover? Look at him. He clearly was not one of them as he continued to. Who RELIES ONLY? He'd do it with one eye cocked to the side. Never letting the sunglasses and suit fucker. Out of his sight his paranoia was validated on. The day heared sirens. Lapd there were coming up the road fast in the polished NARC with a great posture. He made them. He must meet the whole match. Ozzy new issue trusted. His Ozzie. Went into full panic mode. He grabbed a tiny vials. And the BAGGIES DASH into one of the seven bathrooms the vials and baggies returned upside down powder and grass the porcelain. He slapped at the toilet handle at all swirl. The way grabbed another handful of drugs and those followed they started down and then there was a wet clunking. The toilets guts in the murky cope. We'd water burgled backup. Pasi clogged the damn thing ozzy. He slapped the handle some more but the water in the bowl kept rising. He heard the sirens. Get Louder. Any minute now. The cops being on that front door number. Six MORE BATHROOMS. Ozzy lumbered out into the living room and found six. Unsuspecting roads. Paralyzed WITH FEAR YELLED. Venetia them to grab a handful of STASH SPLIT UP AND WORKS TEAM. The bathroom fight a working toilet. Flush it all of it. They all snap to attention to as much as they could. In their arms pled and opposite directions. There was still too much stash. Leftover Ozzy heard tires pull up outside her the slam of at least four car doors in quick succession Shit. They were going to be cooked as soon as as finest walked into the door. The cocaine go. There's a cops caught them with blow. They'd never tour again. Ozzy made a split decision band. Member crew member groupie friend of a friend of a friend. It didn't matter who you were if you were in the room. You're now part of phase. Two cocaine had to disappear up their noses. Now they'll drop to the knees. Sealed vials popped open piles of waffle floor knows snorted sock. Sniffle PRESTO. Blow was burning holes in all of their sinus cavities when they realized cops were only there simply respond to an emergency call switch. That have been tripped. The police didn't even make it through the door. The crazy train didn't slow down in a few years. Later in nineteen seventy eight. Black Sabbath grew tired of Ozzy's antics which was nuts because the whole band was justice. Engaged in the destructive on Holy Trinity of Sex Drugs and rock and roll Tony Bill and Geezer Force Ozzy out Sabbath would continue on for the first time in almost a decade ozzy. Osborne was out on his own fend for himself. When it came to the kind of trouble he could get into. The possibilities.
"ozzy" Discussed on DISGRACELAND
"D really snort a line of ants off of a popsicle stick or the side of the road. He couldn't remember but it sure sounded like something he would do. He did remember when he bit the head off. That does that really happen. Cbs Records Headquarters Nineteen eighty-one century city. Suits execs PR cronies squares. All and Ozzy Osbourne making like his hero John Lennon and starting over starting his solo career. That is black. Sabbath were moving on without without Munchkin Ronnie James Dio and is. He had something to prove he brought. These does to the meeting. He was supposed to release them as a gesture of peace. That was the gag that can fly around the room in a real combined moment instead ever the entertainer. Or ever the troublemaker. Ozzie pulled a real prince of darkness power. He sat on the arm of one of the PR executives chairs slowly and surprisingly pulled the dove from his pocket. Some of the suits caught the move with the faulk. Ozzy had that gleam in his eye that schoolboy troublemakers smirk. He skinned the room. He feel the tension all eyes on him he loved it is just like being on stage. What the fuck was Ozzie about to do? His smirk widened into Shit. Eating Grin. He then slowly brought the dove from his pockets. Who was mall opened his mouth. Embiid down snapping the Little Bird's head clean off around Gorgeous Moans from the conference room full of executives and industry brass. Ozzy opened his mouth slowly. Somehow maintaining that troublemakers smirk. The doves had fell out odds lap the executive sitting to his left the CBS executives in the room couldn't believe what they've just seen the feathers the busted veep the blood all of it. Go teeing around Ozzy Osbourne's mouth and that shit eating grin and they promptly threw.
"ozzy" Discussed on DISGRACELAND
"Ozzy. Osbourne was in trouble again. He was always in trouble. Trouble had a way of finding him when trouble would disappear. Ozzy would go looking for trouble this time. He found it and he was indeed. The thing was he couldn't even remember how we get into it in the first place. He had no idea how long he'd been passed out when he finally came to. Or how the hell wound up on his back laying in the median strip of a busy stretch of a Memphis highway. His head rank felt like it was a vice. He's time car screen by vice tightening. The headlights burned into his eyes. He's smashed his eyelids shut and pressed his hands against his years. Maybe if he squeezed every part of his head just flat in the whole thing and the noise would stop the payment stop. The pain didn't go anywhere if anything intensified and then he felt another pain down below. Ozzy Osbourne was thirty five years old rock and roll quote unquote Prince of darkness unchallenged. On His throne been living the party. Hard lifestyle more than a decade. Now I as the lead singer of black Sabbath argue with the first and greatest heavy metal band of all time and now out on his own as a successful solo artist the blackouts. These renew a sign of too much partying. They started around the time that Randy died but as he took it. All in stride. It was like a marathon runner getting leg cramps. You can't be a professional partier for this long and not expect to blackout here and there. Along the way as he lifted his head off the ground he felt heaviness of the night before blow Cognac. Benny Hana's he been out with the boys and Motley crue the up and coming L. A. Ben He had tapped to open his nineteen eighty-four North American tour and the night featured the usual vices bottomless bottles of booze drugs. Girls more girls. They were knocking back. Shots at a Japanese steakhouse when Ozzy lost all grip on reality lost consciousness. Now who's here stuck inside of Memphis with the immobile blues again in the middle of the Goddamn highway to boot man? Yeah take a leak. But first he had to get himself the hell out of the way. Ozzy bobbed and weaved across three lanes of oncoming traffic. To get to the side of the highway may as well have been thirty. Lanes felt like that arcade game with the frog. His knees buckle disease. Giant hunk of metal roared by. He closed his eyes trusted his life in the hands of fate and made a run for he made it thankfully surprisingly and on the side of the highway he felt reinvigorated in mostly awake. You needed a drink to take the edge off a first. He had this like a racehorse in. Nineteen eighty-four Ozzy. Osbourne was his own racers. He'd been groomed for this lifestyle with Black Sabbath bandmates Tony Iomega Geezer Butler and Bill Ward Ozzy. Osbourne invented heavy Metal Savvas nineteen seventy salvaged with Ozzy contained some of the heaviest musical all time. The band deployed rhythm groove and space via backbreaking guitarists and skull. Crushingly simple power. That is to this day. Unmatched in its originality and authenticity. Born of their native Birmingham England's low-hanging industrial heaviness black Sabbath route the playbook scores of heavy metal bands since have followed incorporating everything from the horror film inspiration of their self titled. Debut to Ozzy's incongruous Beatles esque vocal melodies blanket most every one of their albums to the Proto Mosh parts of Ozzy's last savage record. Never say die simply put black. Sabbath rule. They still in Nineteen eighty-four Ozzy. Osbourne was thoroughly enjoying.
"ozzy" Discussed on Broken Record
"To be before a flight from the leftovers shortwhile month show our Elect I'm WSB System Dennis switched switched Left Block Salads the finished so he always backed you he was a good dad. It sounds like it. Good simple man. Yeah Hey only wish sort of a wish. Sometimes I'll go to okay. I wish he was here for me to chat. locum tolling to you now. I love traveling at William S and somebody wants situation are never good on me my father but he's only go and say let me tell you something whether you want Nice. Oh bad to to him to eat now up the road. You're going to kick AH forever. Yeah just say what you say. How's your relationship with Jack? Now it's great. It's he's got three go got married and divorced and I love him obsolete I love my kids are all takeoff mater. All fucking sponging of a what is he he likes your boy gets older. Boys always a cool. Yeah send you to a fucking lunatic. I'm not joking Jacko's Columbus go fuck going to shoot Iran. Just but Jack. He's a great father is great. He's really bad which wasn't some fucking hands on me was getting me back to bed. It's been great senior senior. Rick say man a pleasure always. I hope. See again soon and listen to music. Thanks shown shown and Ozzy Osbourne for stopping by Shangri la to catch up with Rick Ozzy's new album. Ordinary man is out now. Also be sure to check out OZZY DOT COM to keep up with the osbournes sports. You can hear some music. Visiting Broken Record podcasts dot com where we have a playlist available for you to listen to while you're there sign up for behind the scenes newsletter. Broken record is produced with help from Jason Gabrielle. Mierlo bell and Leah Rose Pushing Industries. A theme is expected beats unjust enrichment. Thanks for listening..
"ozzy" Discussed on Broken Record
"You're all yeah the the screen now make you deaf engaged. Make us I will watch you bleed. You're being it uh-huh that's great. Your your voice is ever eternal. It's like it's unbelievable. How much you sound like you all the time and how good? It's amazing so exciting to hear ordinary man outings on this on this year It was fun. The Race Ed's travel man. The scene gene seen smiles. Josh Freeman The only Yeah mm-hmm mm-hmm inside Aw List Yeah Yeah UH.
"ozzy" Discussed on Z104
"Abbas Ozzy at the disco see one oh four and some I I need to during the watching the bachelorette this season you probably think Hannah this to the world last night on the men tell all special we got there I'm sorry for this whole thing with Leo.
"ozzy" Discussed on Talk Is Jericho
"Just that let me give you one to solo in that when it comes out like the squeal it's only about a two or three bar soul it's not long maybe four bars but it's just so heavy in great and it's just it's almost like an out tro to the middle section you know they didn't stuff that we've done on this record with judas we didn't stuff a soul on it just to put a soul in it's the perfect solo didn't need to be eight bars and just for for for max norma diary and ozzy in the band did blizzard and they're there and reveal so i think it's pretty obvious but final assessment blizzard or diary once again both records but i'm going diary billy i'm going diary frankie by by large margin diary by large marge large what she has to do with this lever fan leave your fans out of this hold on merlin i'll just trying to think well what did trump for truck i think not just about equal but for me it's probably going to be pleasant because you wanted to count all blizzard okay because 'cause what now would just because i think i've ru it's just the biggest songs of bega like for me when you look in purely song for song crazy trying mr crowley suicide suicide solution yet the settlers at the album is as good as anything that's haven't been done i think so it's just just blizzard for me gotcha rich yeah and and i agree with what merlin saying like i could actually make an argument against myself yeah you know because what you said is a great closing ballad yeah it is it is a any attorney could make that argument and win the case the my preferences diary for all the reasons that i've stated it is abandoned top form fully realized at the evolution had had landed they they were something unique and special unto themselves no.
"ozzy" Discussed on Talk Is Jericho
"Yeah to me i mean this this one this one is like the the the biggest knock out of the park stores i'm absolutely to me as a work of art diary of a madman is ozzy's greatest achievement you know it's it's probably my favorite ozzy song just because it is it is just such a work of art from the from the acoustic intro i mean bill you talk about haunting that acoustic intro into those into those chords the odd time down into where it goes from there into the verses it it is you know again visually so evocative and so you know i it's just like it's a work of art man and when you hear the song you can see it in your head yes exactly hotel california like i can see yes that you there's a film that a film runs through your mind as you're listening to his his costume on the cover is the diary with the blood streaked creepy little kid and like i see that in the song when you know the way we are used to experiencing music from when we were younger you know laying on your bed in your bedroom in the dark with those big with the big headphones on the big cans listening to that on vinyl and it transports you you know you're no longer in your bedroom listening you you are transported and the ending you know that he used to use to open the show which should stay he should never have gone away from that that should be the way he opens shosh too yeah that melody.
"ozzy" Discussed on Talk Is Jericho
"Minos definitely more more by votes revelation mother for years because i like the lyrics are like the fact that he's taking this big view quite an liberal for us yeah for him quite unusual for what was going on in time as well thing all the thing about it is i think dr is the best song it's just it's such a spectacular finish from a semi emotional sample zola randy's laws kind of like eight on anyway which of course it wasn't intended to be but like you said talking about other stuff we were doing like rich when you talked about hinson schools broadway stuff in like that kind of stuff to this stuff is doing on on that so going to take it just makes you think well could have been an it's just they was such an epic white to kind of round off the album so for years i would have definitely said revelation but think a thing realistically you have to say dr is the best one i think revelation is is one of his most underrated think people forget about it that guitar solo in the middle is genius the vocalist great but to me die of a madman could be my favorite ozzy osbourne song out of all of them out of all of them it is the pitta me of who ozzy is vocalist as a i know he didn't write the lyrics but the dark lyrics the diary of a madman i mean we hear that so much what a great king song title things.
"ozzy" Discussed on Talk Is Jericho
"Right yeah i'm definitely going with tonight as well no bone movies is it it just seems like a attract that it was like well what else have we got you know like we need more songs on this record what else have we got well we got this one you know put it on you know so it's okay but not you know it's doesn't really do much for me i think tonight is a much better song obviously i think it's a it's a really underrated ozzy song i think it's better vocal performances you know it was underrating because like i said for me i'm sure there was lots like me when i was a kid it starts slow and that always just turned me off right away yeah but i mean i love their song the key change that go the the key change where they go into the guitar solo is this is genius man i mean playing on it it's just amazing that's such a great change and yeah just just just in terms of crafting and structure just so much better song it's kind of like the rolling stones always had songs that they really worked on and songs that they just kind of jammed out and noboa movies to me sounds like one that they just kinda jammed on and was like that's that's fun let's put it on the record whereas tonight is there's a much more thoughtful song and just you can tell they really they took their time to get this one really right surprised it's not more of a classic ozzy song us you know early i'd probably go with tonight jests do really liked by by movies all agree it's kind of move it's kind of like just basic like you said you could see almost just being played in the background of locker high school scene in film was drinking already song yeah definitely.
"ozzy" Discussed on Talk Is Jericho
"It's prog is dark it's weird i still don't know where it's bled blackly said believe mickley what the hell does that mean still don't know i think it's all of us know who mr crowley is specifically because of ozzy yup i think anybody on this bus would agree with that and i'm gonna leave leave you with this zach told me they recording no more tears he had a poster of jimi hendrix on on his wall and the studio and a poster of mr crowley and ozzy came in and said they suck i said picture hendrickson the wool who's the other guy he goes is this mr crowley you've been singing about fish i never seen him before man so yeah i'm going with crowley with the keyboard intro which is amazing the and solo everything crowley wins billy ands down mr crowley just everything about that one is quintessential ozzy to me like you said he introduced the world to to elicit crowley was didn't even know it actually but and the guitar work on it me being a guitarist i absolutely love it great great so low that you know the breakdown after the first bridge and everything just i'm i'm going mr crowley on that one no bone movies was always a skipper for me on the diary oh little doll sorry i didn't mean to get mixed up there little dolls i didn't really get into that was one of the skippers on diary for me i i liked the music but you know i didn't connect with a well so mr crowley and little dolls is a great riff it's really cool but to me i think besides the i two crowley is everybody knows that part of the song merlin what do you think it's not.
"ozzy" Discussed on Talk Is Jericho
"That appeal to a mass audience more you know and i think i think i think blizzard is more of an audience record and diary is more of a musicians record that's quite clear from an office that's percents place all the songs yeah that's why many more of the songs from blizzard tend to be more in the set because they just have that kind of you know the average person who doesn't play anything and that's not to sound like you know elitist or anything but you know when it comes to music and people who don't really have any kind of musical background it's like things eager meal to them yeah well people think either appeal to them or they don't you play something for somebody they either like it or they don't they don't necessarily can't say why it's just like i like that and i think the songs on blizzard if you played them for somebody who's never heard either album and just an average person who doesn't have any you know musical background or whatever they would probably choose the songs on blizzard just because melodic ly there's something about them that that is a little more mainstream once again suicides way better live than on the record because it's got loose solo and i'll never forget ozzy grabbing jake's hairs he's doing it billy what's yours mine i'm going to go with believer from the intro into the verse riff is just frigging brutal along with the beat that's lay down behind that riff and the melodies that ozzy is singing and then if you get once you get into the bridge sets up bridge section and you start getting into the tar work that's going on there's lots of acoustic larry you know you get a layer of steel string acoustic a layer of nylon string acoustic and a so orchestral and then it has a great solo and yeah i'm going to believe so this this to me is where it starts distancing itself between the two records the second side it starts off with mr crowley versus little dolls and i'm gonna start mr crowley shits all over it's this mr crowley dude it's it's one of the most classic ozzy.
"ozzy" Discussed on Talk Is Jericho
"I bought it and put it on and right off the battles like oh my gosh this is great and then it hits goodbye to romance and i'm like this is a beetle song like i get the connection like this is like the beatles influenced this guy too so that's getting winnipeg is an ozzy town like people love ozzy in winnipeg and i remember when i went to ukrainian summer camp with my cousin chad and todd that there was this little kid running around going i because it was right when when blizzard came out crazed and before i was a fan i look what is this kid doing striving me nuts so when i finally heard blizzard couple years later all that's what that kid was doing he must have heard but everybody loved ozzy in winnipeg and i remember we had a sans one night and sharon we're aki was randy rhoads fanatic and this is years after dykes i got into this about not years but eighty three maybe i guess so you're too and and she tried to invoke the spirit of randy rhoads and she claims that a hair fell from the ceiling of blonde hair that was like so it's like wow that's posture and work yeah and she had the randy rhoads hair and that was always the thing with like randy rose was this mythical guy because he had die so young and of course i really never seen him play never had the chance to see him play but then started like falling his work did you guys anybody here ever see randy play no play live now okay so.
"ozzy" Discussed on Talk Is Jericho
"Ricco all right welcome to talk is jericho it's the pot of thunder and rock and roll and today it's all about ozzy man ozzy osbourne the classic album class returns with a battle over which ozzy album reigns supreme diary of madman or blizzard of oz and the panel debating the merits of each record and song includes myself of course my father bandmates rich ward frank fon billy gray and special guests the editor of metal hammer magazine and huge chris jericho fuzzy friend and fan merlin older slade algorithms molin all the late if you're from england and your name is merlin obviously that makes you like better than a night it's awesome we all huge ozzy fans and you'll find out how we all discovered ozzy in the first place here what the first time we saw him live we talk randy rhoads qatar solos how randy and ozzy changed heavy metal music and rock and general we've got tons of trivia info on the technical aspects of ozzy's recording song writing so much cool stuff it's a great conversation and debate about one of metal's biggest icons ozzy osbourne and two of metals craziest records blizzard of oz and diary of madman before we get started with the great classic album clash limited a big thank you everyone who checked up my new show on octane sirius xm octane rock of jericho debuted friday nights and if you missed the first show you can check it out again tomorrow thursday at ten pm eastern on octane i believe this channel thirty seven or something that sirius xm the rock of jacker returns on octane lots of buzz lots of good times we're doing it every month we might move to twice a month though just for you guys but every every show of a brand new a new action packed lineup featuring our hand picked heavy metal and hard rock and tonight speaking of heavy metal the home of him it'll the uk i'm in london england for the words of jericho tour it's been such a great show great time glasgow sold out tonight's go mansion.