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"patrick sing" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

07:51 min | 3 months ago

"patrick sing" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"Right. There you go, Dad. All yours. Okay. Well, thank you, Et for all of that, And that makes a great trance. I hope you have a chance to write all of that good stuff down anyway. Our numbers lines are open people if you'd like to join us, and that's a pretty quick. You got to do it right now. Because you've got another five minutes before you have a break. Hey, Go ahead, 144 and five and eight. Wait, 5600. Yeah, well, you know, I'm getting a lot of emails on Bob tandem at a o l dot com. About what to do now in the garden. Well by now, I think they're spaghetti squash, and all of that is about harvesting. The pumpkins are pretty much gone. And all that kind of stuff. So let me get to some of the good things you can do and let's go Award on impossible Robles first and let's see what Ward has to say. Hi their word. Good morning, Bob. How are you this morning? I'm pretty good, actually, for old man. Yeah. There you go. Yeah, I have a question to ask you. What time of year you go Garlic. Right now. Now. Okay, rush out. Get you won't Now. Now. Go, go, go, actually Ward that now is the best time. And you will probably not harvest until June. Er, maybe even July. Oh, process to really the last time then I played it too late last time, so I didn't Didn't turn out very well okay? So if you plan it now, Yeah. Go ahead. Okay. Claire Planet now and then and then wait for told July August, he said, Yeah. Really, actually what what'll happen Ward Now Here's the program. It'll sprout. Of course, during the winter, it'll grow and be pretty pretty happy and usually it if it starts to go to bloom. Ah, then that is that will give you a signal that they're ready to be harvested. Oh, okay. So, yeah, it zone easy thing to grow good grief. We grew it at new beginnings, uh, to my knowledge about when I was really active there couple of three or four years ago. Garlic, good grief. We had garlic and knew our lick and garlic and garlic. So much more you bet. Well, and it was in fresh garlic is a little. There's a lot better than the stuff you get in the store. That's for sure. Oh, yeah, Boy. Hmm. Yeah, well, you know, pasta and bother that it is that is that garlic is garlic, and actually, it's health food, too. So yeah. So yeah, that's a good idea. Thank you. And you guys have you and Edie have a good day. All right. Thanks for the call. You take care. Okay, people, At least some lines left open. If you'd like to join us at 1415 the NATO Wait. 5600. It's a good good. Good morning. Look. I guess you're all out there pulling weeds or something? Because I don't see anything on the on the line under the covers. Yeah, really? Well, it's a little brisk out there. Hey, but the sun is shining and that's good. I'm looking at the bird feeders are all full of birds, and even the hummingbirds are having a little good time. I have a neighborhoods put in all this interesting material out in the trees and the birds air not scared by at least so I don't know what's gotten. There's little crystals and good things like that. Whatever, anyway. Pray for rain starting next Thursday and by the media. What batter house painter, huh? Yeah, really, Andre, get all that good winter stuff coming. Uh, Garlic is one of the good things you can plant right now. Plus, you can always grow radishes, writers you around. You could grow lettuce. You're around and you know there's a lot of good things. There's seed catalogs of coming. Oh, God, I got the Baker Seed catalog. It weighs about £6. It's 525 pages long. So it's a great actually, I haven't even gotten through all the things so many stories that anyway. Let's go to Ed Danville. Hi there, Ed. Good morning, Bob. How can I help you? Um, regarding the long fertilizers do you prefer liquid fertilizers or the Regular time. There are some really good ones out there that I would recommend that are organic. And the reason I say organic is because this time of year the lawn doesn't need a real push. It just needs to sort of be calm down and go and grow green and I found that there's a lot of good organic materials out there like fish pellets, and, uh, Many others that are, you know, See Garden in Bloom puts one good out, and that's G and B now and then there's a doctor Earth has a good one on a lawn fertilizer. I would sort of go to those places like nurseries to Ed in order to get that thing going for you. So, Yeah, But if you wanna figured I would feel it now, make sure that the, uh Leslie in the P and the H is higher than normal because that is what that will help the Roose. Mature and grow and without being forced on it, And that's the reason I like the organics, okay? Do you have any preference? Whether it's liquid or Oh, I prefer the I prefer the pellets. Prefer the pallets. Okay. Very good. Thank you very much. Thank you. And you take care of Danville. Patrick is Azam Bruno. Hi there, Patrick. Hi, Bob. I have a little competition with a raccoon. I believe I laid sorry, laughing, but it's not a very uncommon thing. Okay? Go ahead. Tell me all about Please. I laid down A couple of sections of free apps. Odd draft sod on my front lawn, and every morning when I get up, the sun is rolled up again. I have to go out and roll it back out down again. Yeah. This has been going on for about a week or two. So I suspect that the raccoon would kind do that. What can I do to keep the raccoon away from my side? Well, there's a couple things one you could put out coffee grounds that seems to sort of discourage the mind. Not sure it's a guarantee kind of thing, but it's something you can do. Uh, it's a Another thing is they get rid of the grubs underneath that the long and there's several long grub killers that you might want to know what you look at and put okay. Another thing I've seen people put down chicken wire. Okay, I'll try the early, you know. Yeah. Try the coffee grounds. Yeah, because they don't like the smell. Evidently. So that's that's a big plus. Okay, let me know if that works. Go on my email and tell me if you had if your experiences I have Bob tandem at a oh well dot com I'd love to know. Okay, thanks a lot left. All right. Patrick sang for lead. So Carol, George and Henry just hang on. We're going to take a little break when good. Get right back to you. This Bob tandem in the garden. Our numbers 1415885600. Shop. Incredible. Macy's Black Friday specials right now, while supplies.

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"patrick sing" Discussed on Trivia With Budds

Trivia With Budds

02:38 min | 7 months ago

"patrick sing" Discussed on Trivia With Budds

"All Right Shits Creek Trivia, let's see if you know enough to be not up Shits Creek number one, the Rose Motel gets what new modified name on season. Four of the show question won the Rose Motel gets what new modified name on season four. Question number two, what musical family did Alexa claim she dated at the same time to get backstage passes to the teen choice awards number two, what musical family did Alexa claim she dated at the same time to get back stage passes to the teen choice awards. Question number three, which two characters on the show are brother and sister in real life number three, which do characters are brother and sister in real life. Question number four, Roland, and Jocelyn have an older son dates, Alexis. What is his name? Number? Four, Roland and Jocelyn have an older son who dates Alexis? What is his name? Question Number Five, what Song is Patrick Sing, for David, at an open mic number five, what Song Does Patrick. Sing for David at an open MIC. And Shits Creek number six, what's the name of the town realtor slash photographer number six? What's the name of the town realtors slash photographer? Question for what's the name of Moya's singing group number seven. What is the name of the singing group? That more up is a part of number seven? Question. Number eight what animal is featured in a movie moyer auditions for number eight, what animal is featured in a movie Moi rough auditions for. Question Nine. What is Bob's wife's name number nine? What is Bob's wife's name nine. And question number ten. What kind of business did the Rose family have before? They went bankrupt number ten. What kind of business did the Rose family have before? They went bankrupt? And for two points, what senior activity does Ted Valentin or to help with for two points at one point on the series? What senior activity does Ted Volunteer to help with?

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11 Trivia Questions on Schitt's Creek

Trivia With Budds

02:38 min | 7 months ago

11 Trivia Questions on Schitt's Creek

"All Right Shits Creek Trivia, let's see if you know enough to be not up Shits Creek number one, the Rose Motel gets what new modified name on season. Four of the show question won the Rose Motel gets what new modified name on season four. Question number two, what musical family did Alexa claim she dated at the same time to get backstage passes to the teen choice awards number two, what musical family did Alexa claim she dated at the same time to get back stage passes to the teen choice awards. Question number three, which two characters on the show are brother and sister in real life number three, which do characters are brother and sister in real life. Question number four, Roland, and Jocelyn have an older son dates, Alexis. What is his name? Number? Four, Roland and Jocelyn have an older son who dates Alexis? What is his name? Question Number Five, what Song is Patrick Sing, for David, at an open mic number five, what Song Does Patrick. Sing for David at an open MIC. And Shits Creek number six, what's the name of the town realtor slash photographer number six? What's the name of the town realtors slash photographer? Question for what's the name of Moya's singing group number seven. What is the name of the singing group? That more up is a part of number seven? Question. Number eight what animal is featured in a movie moyer auditions for number eight, what animal is featured in a movie Moi rough auditions for. Question Nine. What is Bob's wife's name number nine? What is Bob's wife's name nine. And question number ten. What kind of business did the Rose family have before? They went bankrupt number ten. What kind of business did the Rose family have before? They went bankrupt? And for two points, what senior activity does Ted Valentin or to help with for two points at one point on the series? What senior activity does Ted Volunteer to help with?

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"patrick sing" Discussed on Geek Girls Universe Podcast

Geek Girls Universe Podcast

08:54 min | 11 months ago

"patrick sing" Discussed on Geek Girls Universe Podcast

"Geek in fandom news. Welcome back friends to the geek. Girls universe podcast. We're talking about a show that made us cry. Laugh crisis more and yet you guessed it. It should s- creek after six years. Shits creek has come to an end and like we said before. We're not ready. I'm not ready to leave shits creek. Jan is not ready at just. How like it's been such a roller coaster for me personally this last season because you're riding that wave of i'm happy that i'm getting where episodes but i'm sad because this the last episodes of i'm gonna get and i know that i've turned that into i have two different blog posts linkup to those about my feelings about should scrape us gifts from the show because i feel like i use their gets lake everyday situations i. It doesn't matter what the situation is. I have shits creek gift in response to whatever you're saying like what better way to talk about my feelings by using the show itself. Tell them about those like fun. Crafts you've been doing kind of want one. Yes that'll be up later this week to i I didn't you david mug and working on a couple of shirts Yeah i i mean 'cause yeah don't we all just use any of you. Don't use those gifts. Like i don't know what's wrong with you and no i refuse to save jeff. I will say jeff until the day i die. I'll die on that hill and yeah it's hit has been a roller coaster like we've been following these guys and their family and they're just the realness For you know. Yeah the better part of six years and while. I'm so happy. That patrick and david have their happy ending. And you know just So good but like i want more. I want more worships creek. I can't yeah So yes we get into talking about the actual episode and all the fields. All the feels. I sally i wrote. I wrote the roller coaster of emotions for sure. I don't know about you. But i started crying when the wedding started. I mean i pretty much kept it together with the rest of the episode. I almost was emotional. Teary-eyed when patrick was explaining why he got david the massage. But i'll get into that one because that was hilarious but like because the circumstances surrounding it i was like i could kind not cry but no for sure when they started singing and david's valves. I just was like Mess a mess when they woke up and everybody was standing over. David's bet and so spoilers pay guys if you've not watched this season or the finale like eight. don't listen to this episode because you're gonna be ruined and you're going to be so sad because we've spoiled it all for you but also what are you doing like you just need to go. Download it now and watch it But yes so when you know. The roses are standing over. David bethel first thing in the morning and he's like oh my god. Did somebody die like what happened in your life. There's just a small problem and he's like oh what you know. And they're basically telling him he needs a new venue because it's pouring rain and he's like it'll be fine and then you know under like cracks and they're just like oh he's like Okay basically i'm going to roll over and go back to bed and die You know you know it's just gonna be like an episode because it's just like the wedding. His dreams is clearly not happening the way he wants to. And i mean you kind of knew that was gonna happen anyway. Just because it's the show that it is but yes from that moment you're kinda like oh okay and then you everybody's out there and they're raincoats. Trying to you know. Rally the troops and make an alternate plan. And you know david. How come you didn't have a tent. And because. I really wanted that wood-fired pizza. You know you're just like oh my gosh You know everything that could possibly go wrong day like did until the very moment and then Yeah my goodness and your tears. But yeah i think i really didn't cry until i think the moment i saw alexis david getting ready to like walk. You know she was going to walk down the aisle and just like oh okay like that was like oh. Yeah and yet tears. All the tears and the vocal arrangements that their choral group did i say. Oh my gosh. I i need to go find them in. Download them. Because i want to listen to them all the time. They were beautiful and yet patrick singing as part of his vows. Just oh and that the mariah carey news mariah carey song. I may cry here and then david just. I was choking up with david's vows as he was crying about it. i just. It's just beautiful. It was just the whole episode. It was just perfect and it was a great way to say goodbye. I don't wanna say goodbye but we had to say goodbye. This was the way i'd want to. I agree it yeah. It was really well done. I thought they did a great. There's a great way to just wrap it up and everybody kind of moves on the way that they need to. And you know that everybody's gonna be okay and everybody kind of grew in the way that they needed to and then the sign shot the very end like it was funny but not like a laugh out loud funny like it was the first time we saw the sign. Like i'll like that's funny blake. I love it and it's perfect. And just how he kinda smiles at it and then they drive away. I was like it's goodbye. Yeah yep that was a great moment that lash out. I agree okay so i don't wanna start crying again. Let's move on the funny okay. And so i look to this really meaning to allude to it. And i said it and i was like okay. I can't happy ending that. I just i mean daryl and i were rolling laughing i mean it was just too much So we had terry and i had tears but they weren't sad tales. Were like laughing. Sure i oh. My gosh like could barely see the tv crying out. That's what you paid for. I was like. I'll go of an envelope with these very explicit directions. I could see how that could be misconstrued in. You're like oh my god says it. You're like wow just. Wow and so obviously seen it. You know this moment. Where patrick does this lovely thing and he schedules this massage for david. Because he knows. Dave is going to be a hot mess and full of anxiety needs to calm down and he comes back and david so relaxed. Like how many drugs did you do like you were just so like lottie dottie. John and he doesn't matter that like his whole days. Whatever it's just like. Oh well we're going to get married so it doesn't matter like we could get married in a public toilet and it wouldn't matter kind of attitude and patrick and steven just like dude what what happened. You like massage must have been good and he was like well. Burp patrick is just like oh my god what happened. And he's like. I thought that's what you wanted the ending before when david i i did i was like he's joking he's joking he wasn't joking and i was like i can't i'm dead now have died for patrick. His face he was mortified. Stevie was just you know stevie was like me and that's just like Like the background. Like i'm laughing so hard. This is so awkward and so hilarious. You're like i'm loving watching this promote far glad part of it.

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"patrick sing" Discussed on The Astrology Podcast

The Astrology Podcast

11:56 min | 1 year ago

"patrick sing" Discussed on The Astrology Podcast

"Yeah Sir. This is such a good debate. We're still having it committee Laid off which is so juicy important because I realize there was somebody the context of the discussion with somebody who was saying that they felt bad because they wanted to like their whole sign sharp. They weren't clear how it matched with their life or their inconsistencies and then in sitting down with the person just reminded me that usually what happens is you have to show how all the techniques work together and what things they need to be paying attention attention to like sect like house ruler ships and how that shifts and other things in order to truly understand what they're even looking at when they look at a wholesale chart but it was just things that we all of us take for granted that somebody just coming into. This doesn't know that they need to be taken for granted necessarily if they're just listening ktar forecast episodes or something like that. Oh yeah well I mean I think you see you prefaced it with you. began the discussion saying something. Like oh I feel bad for people who are in this position. I kind of feel bad for everyone including passed me. WHO's like a year ear into astrology? Where like you're now far enough in that you can't just leave but Like and you're aware of a lot of things things and you're aware that a lot of it is meaningful and you can't just you know you can't just junk doesn't matter there's the the way out is closed but the way forward involves a lot of complexity you know. The one thing I've found and seen I've found is a practitioner in seen gene as a teacher. Many many times is that there's like there's you know the complexity and confusion opens and then you get through maximum Pity madness and then things start to come together again because all the different things you had to learn somewhat separately start connecting long and you can just look at a chart and see sacked and essential dignity and accidental dignity configuration to the mid. Have you know all that stuff. And it's just like Geico it's all those are all. Just different brush strokes in a painting but like you have to learn those individually and it is it is very confusing point. And if you're there it it doesn't mean that you're doing it wrong it just means keep going. It actually gets easier. Yeah I like the complexity there Austin like like that wide point. It's it feels chaotic. Because all of a sudden it feels like the starting to get away from you but it is the place just to sit and it does start to coalesce or less like sit in that mystery of that. Be Curious about well how might I need to shift to. What other things do I need to learn to to help me move forward it? It's not like Oh my God. It's a bit confusing so I'm just GONNA throw it out or I'm making terrible mistakes. I if I was doing it right. It wouldn't be confusing using like no no. You're making excellent progress like this point in the journey yet. Don't be disheartened by the lack of clarity. Yeah so anyway. The point that it's reason why it's coming up just because it's an ongoing community discussion and there's a desire to reconcile whole sign houses quadrant houses. And that's a desire that I share. I just wanted to be careful about how we do it so we can do it right and and not recreate. Whatever the problem was that led toll this division like a thousand years ago or two thousand years ago when the House division thing I went went awry? And obviously it's a subject. It's probably like a Saturn Neptune type subject. I think is the signature for the House division debate. I've noticed I've talked about in previous episodes so there may be some level where it will never be fully reconciled in like hard S- attorney type way that's fully where everybody's on on board and everyone's on the same page but it would be nice to create some sort of synthesis between the systems that make sense and seems logical and is at least worthwhile. Middle Ground for everybody In some way. But I don't know that anybody's fully found that yet but I'm I'm interested in the discussion. That's taking place that's attempting to move in a direction right now. At least it's necessary. Yeah all right so That was a discussion topic. Only other discussion topic is getting ready to do my interview with with Christopher warnock about the pig tricks tomorrow So I've been reading through all of the picket tricks for the first time I had like sort of skimmed through it previously early in gotten the gist of it but now like sitting down and going through it from start to finish and that is ben a fun and interesting process. There's been some some some twists and turns along the way some some positive surprises some not so positive surprises So I don't I don't know the order in which I'll release if this episode will come out I or if that episode will come out I but That's been fun and I know Austin you will were curious about checking in on on that after I was really curious strategy episode. Yeah well And I've been Patrick Sing for as long as it's been in English rush and so what was. What was your favorite? What was your favorite thing? Something that you thought was really cool The coolest thing for for me is just their application of election astrology and how in Horon they one of the one of the things that came out of our episode that was a paradigm shift for me out of Bar discussion that came out in December from the magic and astrology episode. That record in late November was the question of is election. Astrology itself inherently magical in some. I'm way and The fact that it could be a little bit of a paradigm shift for me. Because I think there's different ways of conceptualizing how election election astrology works but one of them is just the premise. That if you start something in a certain moment in time you might be bill to affect the outcome mm-hmm and it may not be clear how you affected the outcome and there may be something hidden or to use a synonym like occulted about the mechanism for for how the outcome was changed specifically but by controlling or manipulating. Or altering. When you begin something you could alter the future and in some some ways alter your destiny or alter the fate of whatever you initiated at that time and starting to think about election Australia more in that way was an interesting paradigm shift for me Eh But seeing how they were actually doing it and how it tied into the magical tradition is was been the most most interesting thing for me especially One of the most interesting things hasn't been like the Patriots itself but instead some of the tradition. It's drawing on especially this book by like a ninth century. Astrologer named Thabit ebbing crew. Who had a little book that was translated by John? Michael Greer and Christopher warnock doc titled Astral High Magic D Imagine abyss of Thabit Ebbing Missouri. So just has some cool election stuff for creating Talisman's basically and this concept at this point of if you can capture intellectual chart if you can capture the energy of a moment in time in a specific object 'cause we already do that with elections in general by Lake you know Launching a business under a certain certain time or starting a journey or getting married at a specific time in those things almost have their own independent like entities that you can rationalize for why the alignment of something or doing something at a specific moment in time could be important in either positive or negative live but the idea of creating talismen and going out of your way to attempt to like capture. The chart of a moment in an object is kind of interesting ended up itself and just some of the rules that they were using to do that. are interesting to me because I can see it coming out of the late. Hellenistic election stream stream where all of the rules. That they're doing just perfectly in alignment with most of the election principles. I'm already applying. But they're just doing it. Yeah interesting I yeah yeah I I. I went back and looked at Dorothy S on elections last year and I hadn't been focusing a lot more on. I'm doing magical elections just using all the rules have been doing for a long time and I was like I was like wow this. The the root of this is absolutely in the first paragraph of Dorothy on elections like it was one of the pixeleted face like summarizes a paragraph or two of them at one point. Yeah yeah the. It's very clearly a specialized outgrowth of of the same art or the same. The same timing are obviously. The crafting of talismans requires other things. That happen at that time. The it's when when you do the magic so you have to know how to do magic as well But yeah there's a there's great continuity with the the tradition is fears the elections go right So that was an interesting thing. also brought up other things about Ah them doing good election stuff but also like here's some rules for doing some bad things using actual astrology and some of the moral grey the areas or not even grey areas but like moral black black areas of astrology as well as the discussion we had about. Why some the people that are in Magic don't share their birth chart under the premise that some one might use it against them and a little bit clearer idea like why that might be e. Or how in some instances that was being recommended At this point in some of these like medieval texts That's a whole topic topic. I think I'll get into with warnock's we don't have to dwell on it and I think that the way that something is explicit as here is an election action to Bring ruin to a town or village right. Something is explicitly destructive as that. And here's the election for it It it magnifies an element. That's already there in all election strategy. Right there were plenty of astrologers electing for their princes times to to go to war and war is for killing and for taking things that are not yours young discussion. You had this rationalization which was is fine at the time in some low level like Meta thing of like well anytime you're gonna elect something for somebody. It's going to indicate an increase for someone in a decrease Greece from for another and therefore not any time but in any competitive situation. Sure but certainly in that instance like you start getting into too much more clear specifics. Of like Oh well in this instance. They're talking about here's a little chart for destroying a city or something and it it gets a little bit less ambiguous in terms of the application of astrology and some of the moral issues with sometimes. It is using astrology. In ways that could be.

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"patrick sing" Discussed on Marathon Talk

Marathon Talk

14:54 min | 1 year ago

"patrick sing" Discussed on Marathon Talk

"And then we're doing A marathon specific specific shores which loan time and development and it's all about the liner and it's an incredibly light short and so where it when ratio dot com because it's light Not Sculptor revolutionary redesigned liner. In it. It's going to be really interesting to strip down so also pure maximizing products and finally way Extending already race that's too far more clubs across the UK Wearing worry net. That colors On the tests says good. And what about the photo shoot. You know how many any mood as you've got less than the Brechin beacons you you must done Six I start tomorrow morning. So if proper Welsh way whether it's heartbreaking Iranian from dorm just what. You won't have the jacket so they're gonNA be non offensive then it's kind of it's going to be authentic. Authentic is definitely GONNA be really important to that is I often think myself about Actually being authentic authentic up on that one this as ever it's been it's been good to catch up with you And and not only had carefully you craft you will product design and manufacture but also your passion and commitment commitment to running and runners. So thanks very much. Thanks so much in an unlikely now you can find out more bad saw at so running dot com off right We run to Ray. You're on all you need to head to twitter test by a recent run mark at ten tacit marathon to use the hashtag around. We'll choose some ones. We like to read out on the show Rachel Medal. Monday Gloucester twenty four hour track race one hundred three point. Eight eight nine miles done second lady twelfth overall rate your run. She says nine at ten A.. Galt a hundred Mile Buckle on my first twenty twenty four hour attempt. Well I'm going to read out. Pete Clark I know Pete Baldi WanNa Apple demonizing lovely lot from Bristol moisture grandchildren Sharon however. I should have run the marathon today. But no the organizers change the data the race off dried booked anew leave flights accommodation etc vice weekend and right now one out of ten. Hey love this one to Jimmy Baker I venture into cross country yesterday at the English cross country. Relays Berryhill Park in Manchuria. Used to do those she she says. I'm not a cross country runner but never say never rarely run eight. Ted loved it but injury has a damn often that have you done that cross country relays. Today's I used to remember Easter. Yeah really good fun with the club with my running club Bethany Candy time and you should really enjoy those The team event good country One Will Owen Owen. Don Magic Monday Kit Kit Kilani upgraded from nine ten ten ten listening marathon. Toss and I had Tony's Charles Mush major discussing Dublin. Marathon reminded me of my wonderful people had town. She's got lovely pitching running along in in a typical Irish weather. Looks beautiful beautiful colors. Christ brigadier new medicines. Things weekend was there. Have you ever done it. Maybe the New York No. Do you know what I've just been watching some instagram stories. People have done it and the crowds look amazing like more amazing the London. Yeah I've been I haven't run New York. I have no. She's she well. She paced New York one year. She was asked to pace the New York marathon to the halfway point which which he did which was brilliant. She loved it and we watched the second half. She ran about at seventy seventy minutes halfway or seventeen minutes through halfway So yeah we were lucky. We have really good weekend in in New York. But I've never run it a genuine prefer. I I would like to do New York. Why do so like to do Tokyo? Either of those would be good fun having knocked don either but it was the New York City Marathon. This weekend Kenya's Joffrey Comoro won his second title in three years. Drop the hammer at twenty. Four miles user dropped his fellow Kenyan Albert courier to run to eight thirteen take the title title. He actually won by quite a margin in the end twenty. Three seconds can Morrocco super well known as a half marathon runner and ten thousand meter runner now winning New York for the second time in three years. The place ace was the surprise. We got from. Let's run surprising. Girma Akilah Gebre an unsponsored Ethiopian. Running for the new york-based West inside runners class story. He was nineteenth in New York last year. Not Part of the elite field this year with number four four three and he finished with a five minute. Pee Be running to eight thirty eight for third place personalities. Nick Yeah I love that I was listening to. The comedy is one of it. They were like they didn't have hardly mention it because I didn't think he was gonNA come through everyone's names we'll see evidence that the name on the front this full full three just in the mix and it's like. Oh where's he come from. It's really nice to see them. Come Mora Jeffrey or Geoffrey. Comoro is one of the training policies of Elliott Shogun. They share the same coach in Patrick Sang. And let's run ost. Patrick Sang Aback. Comoros fitness and he responded. I think fitness this was good. Of course he has just one. They compared his fitness. This year to last year is of course he was fit in other years but the experience salience is coming and helped him sang says what I can say that he trained well race off the race confidence. He's getting from his trading partners and this is the the interesting bit the competencies getting training partners and the race is they have done is is helpful. There's always a psychological edge when you know your partner of trained well and you see their results for you to competition. You have that mental confidence. Of course if he's been running with Kobe and Tokyo nailed that this up to Gobi thinking he's in good shape. I think it was in his instagram. Or something is a picture of him just coming the Line Turkeys there waiting for him and he. He said that he told that kitchen gate whole time thinking a note. He's going to be the end of my debt when a disappoint him. Did he wear the shoes. Did he wear the shoes good unquestioned mustangs. He's Nike Athlete or K. The female women winner was added Essen. Yeah he must've been. She's he wore the shoes I think he did. Because I saw sure a slow mo on social media of rapid in his shoes I in that race with Ben Touma who ran two twenty seven fifty eighty six spotted also in the race or splurging. Dykes seventy one year old. Jean Dykes running three eleven on that call re eleven nineteen nineteen a think he's gone up three seventy S. I think one hundred percent a bit slow than his run earlier in the year. He apparently you mentioned these training and meager for seventy one year old running three eleven. Pretty good In women's again Hathen well-known half marathon runner a stepping up Justin Jet Cau- Sky of Kenya. It was her marathon debut though and she ended up winning head Dov merrick tiny now mainly contain is a four time New York marathon champion but she was properly being in the last four or five miles. Happy in the press conference often it's your Jocelyn chip Cosco who ended up running to twenty eight thirty eight just missing Mar Koyo course-record which is what's sixteen years old who she went to twenty to thirty one so yes seven seconds that would have been a healthy bonus for money being the course record to twenty to thirty eight foot Kakai continuous second in two twenty not three thirty two nice symmetry with those numbers brilliant sinead diver of Australia who've had on the show came in faith. I think she to twenty six something yes she did. I do gymnastics again. I saw inherent scrumptious does. Well it's quite funny hearing her Australian Australian Training Boehner name. They took a slightly wrong time. They they they went a pasta tape and they had to run underneath the tape to get back in again. So does she put that on hat. It's comfy do quite funny What one of my friends? Chris Archibald his mum check this right Joyce Arch boot. She ran five thirty thirty. Eighty six eighty four. That's impressive isn't it really impressive. Eighty four which. I'm hoping I can still run a five and a half hour. Marathon often aged eighty four forty eight. Pretty good isn't it eighteen. Four years old. She's just five thirty thirty six. She's actually yeah she's actually run quicker. I think than that so I will be good together. gear on the show. 'cause it's really interesting to find that kind of have people hold themselves together gather. Isn't it interesting fact from New York didn't know Michael Cassara Cap Haitien Rosso the president and CEO of New York roadrunners has run the Marathon New York for twenty seven years. He's always struggled with the final ten miles so this year he ran the final ten miles. Twenty twenty six times. You have three fifty one this year but I guess he lives in New York and so he can eat knows that five or ten miles but to run it twenty. Six Times just has to be sure that last ten miles isn't going to be you time to do it time and time and time and time and time again twenty six times in fact act so now what's coming not sure if that's the right reach guy about it but obviously what tea did three sixty one remember the Doha World Champs. Everybody was cross cross. Yes I did. Yeah Charlotte Perdue's come out. We got this piece in telegraphing. Ben Perdue Ben Perdue. No that wouldn't be right then. Bloom mm-hmm wrote this in Telegraph Charlotte. Perdue's a little bit angry. I guess a few weeks on from Doha she wanted to have a voice. She wants to let Sebastienko ethics authorities know how she felt so Ben Bloom wrote that hers dream ended up in a hospital. Aw Tent Perdue apparently said. The whole thing was an s-h-i-t show Giusiano that contested race. That Sony women collapsed only British runner contested the race. Almost half of field unable to finish he called it dangerous. She got herself ready. Apparently really well. I didn't realize this. She said the atmosphere manner competitive before the race was terrible. Nobody was pumped up morning to go. Everyone's looking each other shaking their head like it was. We were going into a war. The decision this is why didn't realize the decision to go ahead with race of only be confirmed nineteen minutes before the start. Wow slidell is it not knowing that you only gonNA run off before you run here. She's not co either the world athletics president. She said we stood on the start line waiting for the stock undergo we had to we were sweating. We had to wait. said go to come down on this Gulf buggy thing uh-huh. She says he should take a bit more responsibility about it and say they were sorry. Didn't work do you think he was holding like a face fan when he came down while holding a walk face. Ace Find. You know one of those like battery-operated wants to keep himself cool. No why hope is it somebody else's holding it for him. Yes yet a an umbrella to shade him and a an a fan that one I would like is one of those ones that blows missed. Yes like we also with Mr any wouldn't be doesn't need to be Parsh- now I think second would have a partial on. This needs to be you know like dousing loyalty to go bucky somebody else. Who will be neath? Akiko is out Burto Salazar. This was announced recently on the a BBC The world we will linked to this on this week. Show note the World Anti Doping Agency. Wada has said it will investigate eight. All athletes who trained with band coach Alberto Salazar now. I don't really know what that means. What does it investigate me? And what does all athletes mean. Does that mean every passing. He's coached since he's been coach or when does know is. He's been with Nike Oregon Project. It's really not clear. Of course Alberto Salazar was found guilty of doping violations offer full year investigation by the US Anti Doping Agency. He is appealing against the ruling. The Nike Oregon Project which was run by Salazar was recently closed down and the IOC committee president. Thomas Back Doc. Previously called for water to investigate Nike Oregon Project Athletes. The clear question is says Water President President Craig Reedie. The quick clear question is did any of the allegations concerning Salazar and his operations result in athletes cheating themselves which might have influenced influence their performance and might have involved the winning of competitions. We need to look at that and we will. How under what that means for? Who to show of? Course what does that mean for Mo- fat Britain's Mo Farah the investigation Johnny will multiple Olympic gold. Medalist he's never failed a drug test. Of course what does is it..

"patrick sing" Discussed on Sleep With Me

Sleep With Me

06:06 min | 2 years ago

"patrick sing" Discussed on Sleep With Me

"Seer, very quizzes. Gin gin gin. Jay, what's his name gantry Gandhari? He tells her that he's Robert son. In his in. They have a moment in the first aria slowly takes off her gloves early. Doesn't keep county says makes her Ari makes her move lots knots untie. And then fiend. The charts says say strange we are together. And chance. Edano strange together. Fireside chat back to the fireside chat. This this stranger altogether defending winner fell was on or we've all night, you know, all going against him. Then Tyrian he says I hit a good feeling about this. We're in good shape. I think everybody laughs at then interior. Even does a brief lineup because we got to have us. We get Jamie Laister Breen of tar the goes w Tf she's on a night with the heck nj me says, I can fix that. In two or who says I'd know you ten times over in Brienza cheer. I, but is a looker Patrick that says he knows the truth of what brand really wants it. Jamie says Neal is really big emotional moment. I mean for the whole since we've memory of tars in Kennedy medically I think really important. In what assays start the shored? Be brave. Be just defend the innocent. In the now, you're night of the seven kingdoms, sir. Breen of tar the tournaments. Great cook Calama her everybody's cheering. She smut. She was this wonderful smile. I mean, just captured things holy cow. India's motion. Motion residents are mealy stew. She smiles real Giora than we have Giora meeting with the. His his cousin from bear island. I think her name's Liana or something Lee Li NO. And also in the Bank round. There was some little finger shield says some Mockingbird shields. I mean, it gets from river river run end. She goes, you know, I'm more defending things to you. Can't tell me what to do. Any? She was see cousin than Sam gives hurt Spain to. Sir Giora because he says one I can't hold it up to Jan has your head sword. Now, you have my dad sword. Also in Georgia was funny. John's relief way is John related to your mentor. Any goes kind of a man in again to they would make a great team. And he says surgery to guard the realms of men so do like that allow this phraseology or whatever you wanna call. It does get brought up. Now are watch me gains to guard around like I mean at an ice school as he says, see Giora Djuric and has a look like, maybe maybe nad a we're back to fireside chat. They're a wine. Everybody wants to go to bed bit Tyrian wants to keep Iraq. And you know, how this is. They wanna you want Sephardi. Celebrate sir berry and in they see anybody saying than Patrick sings beautifully. Oh, I didn't look up the poem. So but do Weiss and Benny off talked about it. Because this is the last night, you know, said in the and then they brought Bhadra sings the camera. Pains in touches on everyone is we can't get a glimpse of everyone in that room. C N and sense grey worm in Masan days share big kiss. I don't know who else we've see because they didn't write it down. But. It in John's in the basement this they had to put some. Kalisa finds down in the basement was his aunt no his other ants. So is he finds him with his aunt this mom, his girlfriend finds him with his at this. Mas mother, and you say the things with tour. She goes who's this? He goes may mother may. But wants to snuggle first before she finds out. She goes who's Ed girl. That's what I put because remind me Madonna in. Jan tells the truth is he knows it especially about her her was it her brother father. I guess brother right again. I don't know. I get all the names mixed up. That's John's name is. They were in love brand told me and Sam banked it up. Choose your brother and your best rental to this any goes my name. My name is Eggen. But you he goes you could call me a Agee PU. In because this is strange. May you know goes even for me? But he says like taste is true Dany. And she goes if it were what is safe reorders marching sound Franch loads. She they start to talk about what it means for the seven kingdoms and the iron throne, and

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"patrick sing" Discussed on Bangarang Radio: A Podcast Network

Bangarang Radio: A Podcast Network

09:03 min | 2 years ago

"patrick sing" Discussed on Bangarang Radio: A Podcast Network

"Up. Let me go to the pop punk in pizza Facebook page because there was even more on there right now. Yeah. Okay. Oh, I am the avalanche. Yeah. I don't know. What that is. I remember them. But that was another one where I didn't realize it was a side project like Reggie and the full effect. I guess never realized that oh this is the site project. Oh, we gotta talk about Aaron west and twenties. Yeah. There's so many. Well, that's the wonder years. Oh, that's where they come from. Gotcha. And that's another one that I haven't dove deep into yet. Uncool reading. I'm glad for doing this because it brings up that. There's all these cool side that I need is still listen to and then the coffee project you've heard of that buddy from the first time, I heard of commerce Raja. Yeah. Thanks for thanks for shutting these because I love less than shaken and buddy from less than Jake is a cool guy. So yeah, I gotta check out Coffey project for sure. Nice. What was another one that? Oh, dear hunter, remember Deerhunter? I've Ivaylo do they were a big that's another when I think of my space. That's another one another band. Oh, a current one. That my friends santee he brought up. Dear entre, buddy. Also brought up the damned thing which is current side project right now, and they're playing in Chicago soon at bottom lounge, but they got follow poi- alkaline trio. He is a legend an anthrax seriously, all those bands come together. And they're called the damned thing which that name fits perfectly because there's just like of all of this just a crazy cluster. But it's cool that half of them are from Chicago. Basically. I mean, follow blood boil trio. Yeah. Yeah. Wow. That's awesome. Awesome. Yeah. These are great suggestions. So thank you. Everybody. Share your favorite side project. I never really listened to much Patrick stump's that record. But I've heard of that record because I. I was trying to figure out like with my own stuff. I really like soul music. I really like Motown music like pop punk. And so, and you know, power pop and indie rock and Twee pop anything that's got kind of melody and hook really. But I, you know, these these songs that I've I've recorded I would I would almost call them like punk slash soul. Because it has like, you know, it's got like loud guitars, but it also has a groove in backbone to it. But I think from what I listened. I remember discovering that being like, oh, I wonder if this sounds anything like interested, and I listened to it. And I was like it's much more. Like, you were describing the pop rebirth of of fallout. Boy. Yeah, I was watching a little video of Patrick stump? When he was first putting out the soul punk album, and it was just kind of like a behind the scenes of what his purpose. Was when he was. Writing and recording. It what he what his goal was to make it sound like and from what I remember this because this has been a while back since I watched this video, but he was pretty much like just taking all of the John res- that he loves and just like mashing them together. Pretty much cheaper because nice. He's heavily influenced by like, Michael Jackson. But you know, he loves his his rockers too. So you know, and as as punk music on top of people and pop so he just kind of uses an hip hop as well, actually. So he just kind of like fuses all that together. That's that's where soul punk comes from. I also think is perfect because I mean when you hear Patrick sing, you get it like that soul feeling he's like the mail of Retha. Franklin hop on. You heard it here. First. Awesome. That's awesome. Yeah. I'll have to give that another spin. Remember kinda do listen to a couple of tracks from it. Just because I was really curious because I thought that combination of of music like could go really, well, the only song it really remember is the single this city is. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. I was I've always been interested in. Like, what would Motown soul music sound like on a really low fi scale? Right. So like, not Motown and salt typically has horns and strings, and you know, really high production, and really what would that sound like if we didn't have those instruments like what what was it was like, hey, I've got an acoustic guitar piano. We're sitting in my house like so that's kind of how I try to approach China right songs. Like, yeah. What what were the what would those same hooks sound like over this or that? Like, yeah. I do much more lo fi thing than than what Patrick did with that. So then. Yeah, it's like, yeah. It is he's he's more sticking to the traditional like this Zoll music. But yeah, but yeah. So that's that's a cool less. It was fun to do. I feel like I did a much worse job than you think. You won this round. Jack. See next March with a different challenge. Right. We'll just make this. Mm yearly March March madness. Marksman? Well, I I mean, I think I hope we didn't make anybody's head explode because we kind of went all over the place just now about all different kinds of things. So. But but yeah, thanks for being back on the show for you. Go though, we gotta play play some Andy Palmer special or cash you have there's so many different names. I could call you. I know I could call you. Andrew palmer. I call you. Andy Palmer, call me Arp. Yeah. Yeah. Because you you go by. Why see my go about Andrew Robert Palmer? When when I see. I can't do the names today. So yeah, right. You go by Andrew Robert Palmer again. Like, I say, I'm absolutely nobody come right after someone who's quite famous. So yeah, you don't have to remember my name. They're gonna remember you promise. Remember, you sent me this song like? To a couple at least supplements ago. Yeah. And I like it it's got it's got a lot of cool elements to it thinks. Yes, I've got a single out there right now, it's called Rockford rock. A million Rockford is a town in Illinois. Most people listen to this podcast, actually, live in Illinois. Okay. So they know that Rockford is I'm assuming this with a name come. Yeah. Yeah. Yes. I was out there for work in a. I was chatting with with some girl out there. And then I wrote a song about it. And and then going on this record that I've that I finished that's coming out on may. I try I was gonna call the record Nebraska because because I try to write all these sort of American anthems, but I was gonna use a horn section that I heard and actually friends of mine who were kind enough to play on it. So yeah, I'm excited about it. This this is kind of the more. I guess rockabilly type song on the record the rest of them. Kind of are trying to go for that like soul punk vibe. Like, I'd say the first track is kind of like a punk tune the second four tracks are kind of more like soul Motown. And then at the end is sort of a gospel number say, but but yeah, I'm excited about the record. And yeah, thanks for. I send Jack some other tracks to play on this because there are more pop punk oriented, and these when you if you listen to the track at AARP rock dot com. You you'll be like this is not punk at all. But, but it does have a say influenced influence some influence like in general music say have has pop punk influence, but maybe not so much this track. But I think it's kinda catchy anyway. So I'm glad you like this one over the to pop on coins. That I sent you. So bad. I just I know one. I appreciate it better. I think he's got a better hook. Thanks. Yeah. That makes me feel it reinforces my choices. Right. Because I recorded ten that. And you release that as a single? Yeah. Right. So you kind of take a gamble on like, well, it's going to be the one that anybody kinda likes. Thank you. I appreciate it. Thanks for me back in the show. You're welcome. Let's take a listen to it. Sounds good. Dances for.

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"patrick sing" Discussed on Bangarang Radio

Bangarang Radio

08:06 min | 2 years ago

"patrick sing" Discussed on Bangarang Radio

"Up. Let me go to the pop punk in pizza Facebook page because there was even more on there right now. Yeah. Okay. Oh, I am the avalanche yet. I don't know what that is. I remember them. But that was another one where I didn't realize it was a side project was like Reggie and the full effect. I guess I never realized that. Oh, this is the project. Oh, we gotta talk about Aaron west and twenties. Yeah. There's so many. Well, that's the wonder years. Oh, that's where they come from. Gotcha. And that's another one that I haven't dove deep into yet. So uncool reading. No, I'm glad for doing this. Because it it brings up that. Oh, yeah. There's all these cool side. Yes, that I need is still listen to and then the coffee project you ever heard of that, buddy. From the first time, I heard of common Raja. Yeah. Thanks for. Thanks, everyone for shouting these out because I love less than Jake and buddy from less than Jake is a cool guy. So yeah, I gotta check out Coffey project for sure nice. What was another one that? Oh, dear hunter, remember Deerhunter Ivaylo. Do they were a big that's another when I think of my space. That's another one. That's another band. Oh, a current one. That is my friends santee. He brought up. Dear entre, buddy. Also brought up the damned thing which is a current side project right now, and they're playing in Chicago soon at bottom lounge, but they got follow. Boy alkaline trio he is a legend an anthrax seriously, all those bands come together. And they're called the damned thing which that name fits perfectly because there's just like of all of the this. Just a crazy cluster realize. I, but it's cool that half of them from Chicago, basically, I mean follow up boil trio. Yeah. Yeah. Wow. That's awesome. That's awesome. Yeah. These are great suggestions. So thank you everybody. Yeah. Absolutely shared her favorite side project. I never really listened to much Patrick stump's that record. But I've heard of that record because I. I was trying to figure out like with my own stuff. I really like soul music. I really like Motown music, whatever like pop punk. And so, and you know, power pop and indie rock and Twee pop anything that's got kind of melody and hook really. But I, you know, these these songs that I've I've recorded I would I would almost call them like punk slash soul. Because it has like, you know, it's got like loud guitars, but it also has like a groove in a backbone to it. But I think from what I listened. I remember discovering that being like, oh, I wonder if this sounds anything like Lamm interested in and I listened to it. And I was like it sounds much more like you were describing the pop rebirth of of fall out. Boy. Yeah, I was watching a little video of Patrick stump? When he was first putting out the soul punk album, and it was just kind of like a behind the scenes of what his purpose. Was when he was. Writing and recording. It what he what his goal was to make it sound like and from what I remember this because this has been a while back since I watched this video, but he was pretty much like just taking all of the John RAs that he loves and just like mashing them together. I think he pretty much chief day 'cause nice, you know, he's heavily influenced by like, Michael Jackson. But you know, he loves his his rockers too. So you know, and and his punk music on top of people and pop so he just kind of uses an hip hop as well, actually. So he just kind of like fuses all of that together. That's what again, that's where soul punk comes from. And I also think it's perfect because I mean when you hear Patrick sing, you get it like soul feeling he's like the male of Retha Franklin hop on. You heard it here. First. Awesome. That's awesome. Yeah. I'll have to do that another spin. Remember do listen to a couple of tracks from it? Just because I was really curious because I I thought that combination of of music like could go really, well, the only song it really remember is the single this city is. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Well, I was I've always been interested in. Like, what would Motown and soul music sound like on a really low fi scale. Right. So like not because Motown and salt typically has horns and strings and really high production, and really what would that sound like if we didn't have those instruments like what if what was it was like, hey, I've got an acoustic guitar and a piano, and we're sitting in my house like so that's kind of how I try to approach China. Write songs is like, yeah. What what were the what would those same hooks sound like over this or that? Like, yeah. I do a much more lo fi thing than than what Patrick's did with that. So then. Yeah, it's like, yeah. It is. He he's he's more sticking to the traditional like this Zoll music. But yeah, but yeah. So that's those are that's a cool less. It was fun to do. I feel like I did a much worse job than you think. You won this round. Jack. I see you next March with a different challenge. Right. We'll just make this. Mm yearly March March madness. Bargemen? Well, I I mean, I think I hope we didn't make anybody's head explode because we kind of went all over the place. Yeah. We just now about all different kinds of things. So. But but yeah, thanks for being back on the show. And before you go though, we got to play you gotta play some Andy Palmer special or cash, you have there's so many different names. I could call you. I know I could call you Andrew Palmer. I call you. Andy Palmer and call me Arp. Yeah. Yeah. 'cause you you go by. Why am I see my eyes? Go about Andrew. Robert Palmer, Hamburg when I see. I can't do the names today. So yeah, that's right. You go by Andrew Robert Palmer again. Like, I said I am. Absolutely, nobody. And then come right after someone who's quite famous. So yeah. You don't have to remember my name right there. They're gonna remember you promise. Remember, you sent me this song like about a month or two it was a couple at least a couple months ago. And I like it it's got it's got a lot of cool elements to it. Thanks. Yeah. So I I've got a single out there right now, it's called Rockford rock. If you're not familiar Rockford is a town in Illinois, most people that listen to this podcast, actually, live, Illinois. Okay. So they know that Rockford is I'm assuming this with a name come. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. So I was out there for work in a. I was chatting with with some girl out there. And then I wrote a song about it. And and then going on this record that I've that I finished that's coming out on may. I try I was gonna call the record Nebraska because because I tried to write all these sort of like American anthems, but I was going to use a horn section that I heard and actually friends of mine who were kind enough to play on it. So yeah, I'm excited about it. This this is kind of the more. I guess rockabilly type song on the record the rest of them. Kind of our trying to go for that like soul punk vibe. Like, I'd say the first track is kind of like a pop punk tune the second in four tracks are kind of more like soul Motown. And then at the end is sort of a gospel number. I say, but but yeah, I'm excited about the record. And yeah, thanks for. I send Jack some other two tracks to play on this because there are more pop punk

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"patrick sing" Discussed on Pop-Punk & Pizza

Pop-Punk & Pizza

08:06 min | 2 years ago

"patrick sing" Discussed on Pop-Punk & Pizza

"Up. Let me go to the pop punk in pizza Facebook page because there was even more on there right now. Yeah. Okay. Oh, I am the avalanche yet. I don't know what that is. I remember them. But that was another one where I didn't realize it was a side project was like Reggie and the full effect. I guess I never realized that. Oh, this is the project. Oh, we gotta talk about Aaron west and twenties. Yeah. There's so many. Well, that's the wonder years. Oh, that's where they come from. Gotcha. And that's another one that I haven't dove deep into yet. So uncool reading. No, I'm glad for doing this. Because it it brings up that. Oh, yeah. There's all these cool side. Yes, that I need is still listen to and then the coffee project you ever heard of that, buddy. From the first time, I heard of common Raja. Yeah. Thanks for. Thanks, everyone for shouting these out because I love less than Jake and buddy from less than Jake is a cool guy. So yeah, I gotta check out Coffey project for sure nice. What was another one that? Oh, dear hunter, remember Deerhunter Ivaylo. Do they were a big that's another when I think of my space. That's another one. That's another band. Oh, a current one. That is my friends santee. He brought up. Dear entre, buddy. Also brought up the damned thing which is a current side project right now, and they're playing in Chicago soon at bottom lounge, but they got follow. Boy alkaline trio he is a legend an anthrax seriously, all those bands come together. And they're called the damned thing which that name fits perfectly because there's just like of all of the this. Just a crazy cluster realize. I, but it's cool that half of them from Chicago, basically, I mean follow up boil trio. Yeah. Yeah. Wow. That's awesome. That's awesome. Yeah. These are great suggestions. So thank you everybody. Yeah. Absolutely shared her favorite side project. I never really listened to much Patrick stump's that record. But I've heard of that record because I. I was trying to figure out like with my own stuff. I really like soul music. I really like Motown music, whatever like pop punk. And so, and you know, power pop and indie rock and Twee pop anything that's got kind of melody and hook really. But I, you know, these these songs that I've I've recorded I would I would almost call them like punk slash soul. Because it has like, you know, it's got like loud guitars, but it also has like a groove in a backbone to it. But I think from what I listened. I remember discovering that being like, oh, I wonder if this sounds anything like Lamm interested in and I listened to it. And I was like it sounds much more like you were describing the pop rebirth of of fall out. Boy. Yeah, I was watching a little video of Patrick stump? When he was first putting out the soul punk album, and it was just kind of like a behind the scenes of what his purpose. Was when he was. Writing and recording. It what he what his goal was to make it sound like and from what I remember this because this has been a while back since I watched this video, but he was pretty much like just taking all of the John RAs that he loves and just like mashing them together. I think he pretty much chief day 'cause nice, you know, he's heavily influenced by like, Michael Jackson. But you know, he loves his his rockers too. So you know, and and his punk music on top of people and pop so he just kind of uses an hip hop as well, actually. So he just kind of like fuses all of that together. That's what again, that's where soul punk comes from. And I also think it's perfect because I mean when you hear Patrick sing, you get it like soul feeling he's like the male of Retha Franklin hop on. You heard it here. First. Awesome. That's awesome. Yeah. I'll have to do that another spin. Remember do listen to a couple of tracks from it? Just because I was really curious because I I thought that combination of of music like could go really, well, the only song it really remember is the single this city is. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Well, I was I've always been interested in. Like, what would Motown and soul music sound like on a really low fi scale. Right. So like not because Motown and salt typically has horns and strings and really high production, and really what would that sound like if we didn't have those instruments like what if what was it was like, hey, I've got an acoustic guitar and a piano, and we're sitting in my house like so that's kind of how I try to approach China. Write songs is like, yeah. What what were the what would those same hooks sound like over this or that? Like, yeah. I do a much more lo fi thing than than what Patrick's did with that. So then. Yeah, it's like, yeah. It is. He he's he's more sticking to the traditional like this Zoll music. But yeah, but yeah. So that's those are that's a cool less. It was fun to do. I feel like I did a much worse job than you think. You won this round. Jack. I see you next March with a different challenge. Right. We'll just make this. Mm yearly March March madness. Bargemen? Well, I I mean, I think I hope we didn't make anybody's head explode because we kind of went all over the place. Yeah. We just now about all different kinds of things. So. But but yeah, thanks for being back on the show. And before you go though, we got to play you gotta play some Andy Palmer special or cash, you have there's so many different names. I could call you. I know I could call you Andrew Palmer. I call you. Andy Palmer and call me Arp. Yeah. Yeah. 'cause you you go by. Why am I see my eyes? Go about Andrew. Robert Palmer, Hamburg when I see. I can't do the names today. So yeah, that's right. You go by Andrew Robert Palmer again. Like, I said I am. Absolutely, nobody. And then come right after someone who's quite famous. So yeah. You don't have to remember my name right there. They're gonna remember you promise. Remember, you sent me this song like about a month or two it was a couple at least a couple months ago. And I like it it's got it's got a lot of cool elements to it. Thanks. Yeah. So I I've got a single out there right now, it's called Rockford rock. If you're not familiar Rockford is a town in Illinois, most people that listen to this podcast, actually, live, Illinois. Okay. So they know that Rockford is I'm assuming this with a name come. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. So I was out there for work in a. I was chatting with with some girl out there. And then I wrote a song about it. And and then going on this record that I've that I finished that's coming out on may. I try I was gonna call the record Nebraska because because I tried to write all these sort of like American anthems, but I was going to use a horn section that I heard and actually friends of mine who were kind enough to play on it. So yeah, I'm excited about it. This this is kind of the more. I guess rockabilly type song on the record the rest of them. Kind of our trying to go for that like soul punk vibe. Like, I'd say the first track is kind of like a pop punk tune the second in four tracks are kind of more like soul Motown. And then at the end is sort of a gospel number. I say, but but yeah, I'm excited about the record. And yeah, thanks for. I send Jack some other two tracks to play on this because there are more pop punk

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"patrick sing" Discussed on Marathon Talk

Marathon Talk

08:10 min | 2 years ago

"patrick sing" Discussed on Marathon Talk

"It's time to write you run. All you have to do is use the hashtag ashtec, right? You run on our social media, you'll appear on our social media wall will choose off favorites, love and sweet. Talk twice. Why not? You can see use the hashtag, right? Your run. Oh, yeah. Is that what you said? Use the hashtag hashtag. You'll run. You know these social media sides wouldn't. It wouldn't expect anything less from you up with the kids come on the average average person their phone, three hundred dollars day. Try tell you if you probably because you're behind what she's rob ably haven't. At this, but you know, there's a new thing on I o. s. twelve that can tell you how many times you pick up your phone per day. That's good. I didn't know that we could have had an online challenge. Here. We go tell you all of not gonna. I'm not going to tell you my number. Do you need to up to two hours? Twelve and then go to screen time let it's not the best learning podcast material. Is it? So why don't you? What are you working out. The next time we didn't show together might miss couple of shows together because I think I'm more than you away. But next time we doing the show together, we can have a live phone off screens. Reno them most definitely going to be well, we'll find that. No question, No question. We'll find out. Absolutely. No, go find out. It's kicked kicking myself. This week is Beth. A p. Glynn an Instagram post cool part Rome with a whole bunch of Elvis is Elvis by heavies over. I have to get a few so fees, of course, and I'm not sure which one is you, but it only looks amazing. Canadian isn't. In fact, my mate hadn't heard was down there and Steve Brice, the great runners. The braces is a big part of part one, and apparently it was an amazing day, Sam Needham on Instagram, Redcar part one last weekend, held onto the lead for two and a half an hour for two enough laps where palm the chap who had been hanging onto my shoulder took off like a rocket and disappeared. Second place and seventeen forty five on my birthday, not that it was a racist. He right to correct himself, and I now turn good works and look at the great pitcher up next room. Number five. I four six of running. You must ruin a perfectly good sunset photo, at least once jumping around in it like a pair of twins, eight point, nine, six miles. Don't get me started tonight on the gospel coast line says, Mike Gilmore on Instagram. Look at them both jumping down there. Yeah, very good. Couple of twits. Chris, Craig trial one, our Instagram, Queenstown trails. You could run for ever look at that. You've been to New Zealand here. Love it is beautiful. Isn't it? Look at every meal to love to go. To be fair, you parole ably wouldn't like it could be looking down time. Wait, wait next time when the show and the winner is come on. Shows to me is a meal us. You all do it, Chris, this is, is it Chris Grammy is Grammy twelve? I didn't think it was possible for human to sweat that much. They said on Instagram, start at two easy, famous of going faster than planned. It felt so good. Just went with it Joan those drenched the end, nine ten for these look at it, I was looking at it. Then king kind of run around Clapham junction running around there. And what is it like lit? Looks like something I couldn't work out like a broken glass left the dog. Was it? Blake? Seven canine? Was it like his head, what it to Kane. I think those dog is like. Tremp replace him anyway. Right. Mm series new show. We have to meshing the marathon record. What does Eliot choke do get back to training and low key life not announcing anything for a few months. And with this, where do we get this from. Because she didn't want it. Yeah, we're gonna from genetics dot com. I'm guessing that's a Chinese website. They say, Berlin mouth and champion. Erlich show gay says he will handle the pressure that comes breaking world record by remaining true to himself. I have to say. Liuqiu job as many things. One of them is cool as a cucumber. As in the Yukon, imagining reedways says being being prelude. Weed says, in fact, I didn't do it, but I just interviewed Denver for a forthcoming show in Dan, took a load of photographs of of Elliot show gain. I wanted to ask him if he's ever seen him, lose it. Like if he's ever seen him, go stick about something because he comes across. So relaxed, isn't it? And he's like, I wondered if anybody's ever like Charlie shoelace rep session. He's Kumbo lately lost the plot. Perhaps he's a Hong. The worst prima donnas ever been running. We just a really good actor. I don't have to listen to Dan than into you think maybe next week. It's been a vase as speaking kept choke said he will take time off to recover off. The grueling challenge in German captain of will not be rushing to announce his new venture until early next year. I will handle the pressure and remain normal. I want to get back to my life and train normally Jogi told in war on Saturday. It was I the dream to doing it. I believe it is now a reality. I broke the world record the thirty year, isn't it? He says, I like this bit. He says. Says he upholds celebrity style on it, like to gloat and live large, I believe the records set in Berlin new, the forty, five million Kenyans the other fan series. I prefer to remain silent. It was a record, Kenya. We prayed off some time is my work to go for it and Kenyans can be happy for it. It's nice. Isn't it hearing someone of that stature running so incredibly going. Yeah, I just feel well, I prefer to be silent. Most people, especially in this era, mega Ogden Vegas after party. Don't you? Don't you worry? Well, I'm not gonna. This isn't a spoiler oh, right, but you're not gonna believe there's a Dan Vernon recant. Fantastic post Berlin. I'm not in it to you. Got right. Anyway, they say they continue say the Kenyan raise the bar slushing one minute eighteen because what we know all of that. Of course, Vince Dini keep show as coach and former steeplechase world. Champ Patrick sang patriot whose athletes commitment to the course and discipline is the major contributor to startling formats, which is seen him win. Eleven marathons in twelve tempts. He said, there's no secret other than say, he's disciplined runner. He's honest, always as focused and plans from the beginning, his buildings name and it's important, the safeguards it the great, the great, great Scottish run of the weekend. I didn't. Did you. But I do know that Chris Thompson took the men's event. He went to it was really good actually sixty two, seven, two six successfully defend his title. Luke train around well to he's a fellow Briton around sixty to fifty six for third place. So nice to see Tomoe winning is on what I do think that math of interviewee from last week, Derrick Ray smashed his PB. I think with a sixty nine minute half off somewhere. Well, derek. All right. That's okay. Then few says his Hanks, what? What did we did? You write them? We said that we is sort of said, well, read this, and I thought. Okay, then thanks water. We haven't covered the recent water stuff very much on the show, but kind of in parenting terms. I'm not sure they're top of my good book.

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"patrick sing" Discussed on Marathon Talk

Marathon Talk

12:43 min | 2 years ago

"patrick sing" Discussed on Marathon Talk

"Single world marathon record for men. Two thousand seven Billy. It's a superb cheap, fos course. I love that goals at the. It's just because there's tons in it. I know there's like courses just as flack, but he's like, you can look up the road and you can just see the k. markers in the nine phenomenal. Great. Civil time. We think Elliott kit show gay, ran a world record. He's ready to hold her of Olympic gold. Ten wins from eleven starts is nine in a couple of links. Who's that? We like particular Roger Robinson Mona's world USA Alex Chilton in at side online, Sean, Sean, Ingo. Also a great piece in the guardian. So any kick show gay smashed the world record in Berlin, running incredible to a one thirty nine to set a new world record by one minute and eighteen second, which is huge, absolutely huge. I think is the most of a marathon world record in over fifty years latent broke it by two minutes, twenty four seconds. In nineteen sixty seven course. Any job ran at two hours and twenty five seconds at the Nike breaking to project last year and secretly. I think there's a few folk thinking is. Is it possible to get closer to to the to our Mark tech? This kit Koga. We'll talk more about his pacing later, but Kip show gay took six minutes and eight seconds to run from forty k. to finish the fastest is the fastest split for that? Yeah, any marathon. In fact, as we'll see later, he actually sped up that final because he was off the pace slightly, wasn't he. Hey, he was running at one fifty, seven pace. Yeah, incredible one fifty, seven heat cat exceleron and he's such a, you know, this is come across in a lot of stuff before the race and a lot of stuff after the race. He is so humble, you know. And. Really wants to be display us being critical. And I guess question marks the room ways. Ease when people break world records by significant amounts actively econo- want to believe in so many things about trivia night. Number number one. He's just a beautiful looking as not like you could locate. I mean, he's just lovely to look. And if you wanna to study a New Jersey run and how how they look and how they run, he's just did puff example. He just is effortless. So not the number one of watching him the the other one was like watching the last few hundred meters. I own a c- still think there's something that I mean he still looked really quite composed. I know the earlier in the race that he was grimacing a few times bought me on this time when running that pace, and then how his reaction when he finished moves fun. Tastic saying, jump into his coaches arms, but there's just, he's too seems like such a nice guy. And that I know everyone's going to be saying, you know is, is it true? Is it real? But there really isn't as I think it was. One of the articles may be, let's run the really isn't any room as around him, which is. A little. You're quite from mareo. He really good if he does, and he's mooning shake height, and he said, chug Acer ranch himself with good company. That's vital, isn't it? Really vital need sang saying, he's representatives that global sports communications. All so saying is Patrick sang his coach, or he's training partners from these camping. Kenya have been tied to any doping allegations. Motlanthe busts says fair, which is both worth noting and keeping a close eye on moving moving forwards. Yeah, it was amazing beating Dennis Kameta full year old. World marathon Recco by seventy eight seconds to become the first man ever to to say huge breakthrough in in the Maratha and for men. I think one of the interesting things I got from, let's run actually is he's done ten math before. Winning eleven, actually winning one winning ten of them night in a row, but things have never really all gone, right? And you need when you're going to have that perfect day. You need everything to go. Right. And you know you've quite rightly just said, well, maybe it wasn't even absolutely perfect despite him breaking the world record. Well. It wasn't perfect because the interesting thing about it and that was a shame that we didn't get to watch live. I've seen the voters is his paces lich. They couldn't keep up with him. Yeah, that you're right. That seems to be one of the things that he was. He was working on beforehand and he practiced break into is the formation and the pace of, yeah, the pacemakers work. And he had three paces to our burn Kamali and just fat kit to never shed due to run it to to pace and they let shabby on this and cells to pace. But you're right. There were problems with those those pacemakers guitar. He's got fifty eight forty eight for the half the two, four, twenty eight marathon PB supposed to go through thirty k. with Kobe, couldn't lost fifteen cakes. I think he has some problems and so he was the first one to drop how and then yet gradually dropped out didn't I think it was just off the Hof halfway twenty five k. that he he was left on his own incidently. He reached halfway in sixty one zero six. Exte- world. Oh sixty went through five km fourteen twenty four ten km fourteen thirty seven if being k. for thirty six and forty. Twenty k. sorry in fourteen nineteen going through half Wayne's sixty one zero. Six is six seconds slower than the spit you went through in London in April earlier this year. But nevertheless it's what happened in the second half that made such a big difference after the race keeps her gaze said of the pacemakers. It was unfortunate. Really what do you think about that? No, no real significant complaints. The only thing he says is it was unfortunate. I had the belief I was ready. I just had to push on my own. I now I had that feeling that maybe they will almost hindering him at some points because if felt like when they dropped off he was able to push on and actually get faster here. Coda pushing on in the norm held back way. He went thirty twenty five thirty k. five k. split fourteen twenty one's nobody ever run the faster that point. Then he's thirty case of one twenty six forty five. And then amazingly, he got quicker. So he actually got quicker. So he was running full twenty nine mile pace for the last unbelievable. Nine Pisces average miles split time for the entire race was four thirty eight. What's until Berlin faucet Hoffmeyer split in America and was one. I one run on the Dan hill first half of London. This year, Joan gay goes. I want to one. Oh six. The second off the second fastest ever and then he negative splits come back with a sixty. The rate. Seconds above mile off the old record. Stunning. I know amazing to run sixty thirty three. If your second half of our thin and the first half you'll having. You have in drafting and then you left any rain for the second off. It's for nominal. I mean, I do, honestly. I'd love to see what he can do again. I wonder what would be now, you know, I wonder what courses a load of things flying around it. We're not going to go. I have actually quite like to celebrate the fact that that was such an incredible performance from somebody who you know shows great humility has such a would appear to be a fantastic approach to getting ready to be. He's based for the Marathon's that he does, and. A good approach to racing. Of course, there questions being honest and a couple, you know, related to. Okay. Is there any doping in bowl? Well, of course we say, we just don't know another one is what about the concentration of the sports drinks, notably higher. In concentration than. Previous years, and of course, and the other one. Yeah. I mean the Rostock it talks about the cheese and this four percent claim is not actually improve yet in terms of you're going to improve, it's just your call me and you're fishing say, so it's not as clear cars as as we think method. Great point is misconstrued slightly. Sports. I think we can move four percent claim as marketing hype that employs keep show gays to fix thirty runner in eighty shoes. He said, if that's the case, what is the shoe worth? Is the entirely four yesterday driven by the shoe, not runner. Okay. So so Tucker says, what about the high Cobb drink being consumed these that was ignorant time, and which is, is it tech driven? Should the Choubey limited or regulated? And then you're right. Smarter coach, rushing sure. As on Twitter said, wasn't the four percent improvement in running Konami not performs very. Yeah, it's a very good, no about isn't it as they haven't said that. However, I know some people who've been wearing the shoe and everyone does say it is. I know Steve way will wore them for comrades as well. And he did say they were remarkable. I think. But I think as well as if you don't sponsored by Nike, anyone can buy shitty. Anyone can set the same drink is not like it something extra specialty. He has as well. Butts off. Questions, you know, and I didn't know. I would like to think always the, it's the athlete in the thing. Always kind of naive and wishful thinking, sort of ethical person inside me thinks I, I would love it to be, you know, the engine, the engine and the approach and the training. And you know the mental which is something that Joan gay talks a lot about the mental tennis in the mental games. He plays when he's say. Say, if you look, I'm any as well. And you look at his progression and the inner in a has had a, he's, he's he, he's progressively. It's not like it's just out of the blue time that he's just Rodwell it is. You know what I mean? But but it's basically has worked his way there. So isn't something like, see, some people come out of the balloon ridiculous times in the go away. He has proved himself over a period of time, and that starts the encouraging thing. And everyone knows he's a phenomenal runner and, and you just need the way he wants. He's just a beautiful looking runner. He takes so many boxes, beautiful looking. Beautiful looking.

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"patrick sing" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show

The Dan Patrick Show

01:49 min | 3 years ago

"patrick sing" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show

"I put out a rap album i think two thousand three two thousand four o'clock okay okay ldp elke right well i paves call dan patrick sings the rapid it was just covers is what it was and trump your as more of a a like a lounge singer singing the art yes so it was smoking jacket and arcand them straight outta compton mother named does so you see the fight that's the edited version there there's the explicit alan too yeah so what liquor we gotta do the remake then we we career ny p r while in and you know with the generation you know what i'm saying i a little everything and i reaction up gal got the background to answer them guys alert i'd be more than happy if you want to collaborate and listen the panel also okay right and if you don't know now you know i'm gonna i'm gonna have all supply the mercedes benz okay and then after that and i bring the danit's with me get peter schrager in air i mean were original schrager can dance little bit right oh yeah triggered a movie called shudder when he gets on the best rider did you ever see the video of him dancing with chris thompson at the super bowl on the sidelines i did not go all my god the kugler nee make fun of of you got to bring it up i'll my goodness that that should lead the show tomorrow good morning football should lead with that tomorrow in an easy you he's an empty at the columbine goes to crowd on when he's dancing with no chris can condense the sharia the schrager nader cannot.

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"patrick sing" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

02:31 min | 3 years ago

"patrick sing" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"To learn the score from my experiences an outbreak on actions lows but also it's good the kids they go to school were my thirteen year old 11yearold save it well i love the fact that you're back and put together a song gonna wrap that gives me the feeling that football is going to be back in a few months i put out a rap album i think two thousand three two thousand four c okay okay ldp elti right well i paves called dan patrick sings the rapid it was just covers is what was and trump your as more of a a like a lounge singer singing the oligarchy got so it was smoking jacket and click arcand them straight outta compton mother named so you see the pike that's the edited version there there's the explicit onto yeah so what literature we gotta do the remixed and we we both here ny p while we in and you know with the generation you know what i'm saying i mean a little ebony in ivory action up down got the background to answer them work i'd be more than happy if you want to collaborate in listen um the in all also character a and if you don't know now you know i'm gonna i'm gonna have all supply the mercedes benz okay and then after that and i bring the danit's with me give peter schrager in air i mean we're schrager can dance little bit right oh yeah oh yeah triggered a movie called schroeder when he hits on a bit of shredder did you ever see the video of him dancing with chris thompson at the super bowl on the sidelines i did not my hair the kugler nate may fun of of you got to bring it up oh my goodness that that should lead the show tomorrow good morning football should lead with that tomorrow and then you can use it he's an he's an nba at the by so critical to surprised wrong when he's dancing with no chris to condense the sharia the schrager nader cannot yes this is very very much true this guy love them the death uh struggled with the movement's um yeah that's why i balance it out you know you remember jerome with morris day mike decks schrager his thought like triggers to rome with morris day oh okay so i got you again he's he's uh he's he's bad well i got yeah okay you but you have to you have to google that and.

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