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Blake Shelton slammed as tone deaf over 'Minimum Wage' track

Phil Valentine

02:13 min | 1 year ago

Blake Shelton slammed as tone deaf over 'Minimum Wage' track

"Low note this, according to E. Online. During NBC's New Year's Eve TV special hosted by Carson Daly. The voice coach performed the song minimum wage. Tune he dedicated to his fiance. Gwynn's too funny. Single includes the lyrics like Girl Your Love can make a man feel Rich on minimum wage and girl Your Love is money. Your love is money. Brilliant lyrics by thing. And it says, considering the United States in the middle of the ongoing Corona virus pandemic, which has left millions unemployed and food banks strained the performance left a foul taste in many mouth. Oh, come on people for the love of Peter, Paul and Mary, Are you kidding me? Girl Your love can make a man feel rich on minimum wage. And so that's insensitive. One person on Twitter put it, Blake Shelton is singing your love could make a man feel rich on minimum wage just immense. The fact that rich people have absolutely no effing clue. Another person added. Does anyone else find Blake Shelton's minimum wage song to be incredibly tone deaf to our country's current state? He's yet to address the backlash of the sun, which is, by the way, unreleased. Despite the recent pickup Blake is hoping the 2021 will be a better year. Wrote on Twitter. 2021, please, For the love of God. Be good to us. Happy New Year, young. According to Blake. He's already feeling positive about the new year thanks to his fiancee who released her new song called Let Them Eat Cake. No, I'm just kidding. It's called. Let me reintroduce myself. That happened January 1, she joked. The 2021 2021 is better already thanks to win or he did, and her nostalgic inducing a nostalgia inducing music video. She revisited the her many different looks from over the years, including her punk rock phase. So there you go. So The lyrics, Girl Your love makes me makes a man feel rich on minimum wage is insensitive. Okay, I give up. Quick time out, will be

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"peter paul" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

01:33 min | 1 year ago

"peter paul" Discussed on WGN Radio

"I thought we'd feature some baseball music. Tonight. We'll start with a tribute to one of the greatest players of all time will include Peter Paul and Mary's tribute to a little leaguer who was not And we'll close closer to 11 o'clock with a rich, warm, sad ode to baseball by Frank Sinatra that will make you glad the game is coming back. Hopefully, huh? Oh, And thanks for the email and comments you can write to me at John Williams at W. G on radio dot com will try to include your suggestions, and we sure appreciate the feedback. Rich sent us a note that said, Thanks for fly me to the moon with Edie Gourmet. I can tell that he's a fan of E T. Because he spelled her name correctly the Why is the second letter you know? He asked. I expect to hear one of her songs every week. Is that possible? Rich. I don't think it is, but we love 82 Steve and we'll keep that in mind from Grand Junction, Colorado, Claire wrote in to say how much she enjoys the music, where the words make sense and sound like poetry. She was smiling, she says, singing and tearing up And she hopes we can play love. Ian rose by Louis Armstrong and listener, Mike said. What a nice way to end the day we agree, Mike, and we're just getting started. What do you mean? Go get it, man. That ball's away and left me. I don't care what Neal's in. Will. It plays out every time we come to game time, I will. It pays all of that's right. You don't call women.

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"peter paul" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

08:20 min | 2 years ago

"peter paul" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"President also spent much of Monday retweeting out endorsements of Republicans he's made in some of the super Tuesday states Bob Costantini Washington and that will be talking about the politics and the things related in the next portion of the program with our guests Charlie Kirk the founder and president of turning point USA online at their initials TP USA dot com he is also author of the new book the maggot doctrine for broadside books subtitle the only ideas that will win in the future and the Charlie thanks for being with us tonight it's a great honor thank you for having me and I'm I'm I'm glad to be here well I will get right into your book in a moment here but we have to ask you about about what's been happening with the with the of the Democrats where of all the Democrats gone long time fighting where of all the Democrats time ago to paraphrase Peter Paul and Mary I must confess that I thought the the what we're seeing would take several weeks available several months that it expected to be a matter of hours after South Carolina well yeah it no doubt and look at the the victim accusing you know Donald trump of collusion for quite sometime this is true collusion there's no way that there wasn't some powers to be that in making calls recently according this all together and the president had a perfectly there's no way that there weren't some quid pro quos trying to actually be out for here what was the big kind of you know emphasis behind their failed impeachment you know I'll tell you that this is a prior kind of establishment against Bernie Sanders deals awfully predictable but I thought it was gonna be Mike Bloomberg that was gonna be solidifying all the support Mike Bloomberg ended up being the worst politician in American history how he made sixty one billion dollars to me is pretty amazing because he was so uncharismatic selling cable being capable of articulating ideas and denomination with his for the taking if you remember the betting odds just two weeks ago at Bloomberg and Bernie basically tied now Bloomberg has sunk unbelievably I don't know if you know when it's super Tuesday states tomorrow and by the solidifying support and getting whatever type of momentum there is matchups are great for president trump they're phenomenal one match up is running against corruption the other one is running up against socialism provided the most was the most corrupt vice president American history make a mistake he sold our country out to the Ukrainian he sold our country out to the Chinese pilot proxy the sun they're both great match ups and I think the president in a good place right now and we'll wait and see what they end up choosing we we will indeed there's going to be a fascinating to watch I had to actually tweeted earlier today that in Dallas tonight we would see both Pete the judge and the AV club which are endorsing Biden of them at the cap off the evening of entertainment the two interest steel cage match of the survivor would become Joe Biden's running mate but I guess divide where the weather be jobs for everybody this department secretaries and and what have you but otherwise it's certainly quacks like a quid pro quo and one was like a quid pro quo is is in fact a political doc that we are seeing here the the I think so and look I'm not going to call for the impeachment over all this stuff but it definitely warrants calling out the hypocrisy in calling out the insanity of it but I'm gonna tell you very clearly right now the Democrats are in disarray Joe Biden the forty cure candida support your choice by the Democrats they don't actually want to choose any just kind of hung around and I think he's more surprised anyone else I think he was kind of checking out beach homes that he could start at you know all that some cash but the sun got from the Chinese spelling out our country I I'm think you surprised because he was looking to the Sotheby's catalogue two weeks ago and now we all of sudden solidifying all the support kind of the candidate by default if you will he's so he's so corrupt he has no very little any grassroots following I would embrace run against Joe Biden I think that the contrast of the old school corruption crony DTE deals of endless bad in bad immigration policies and so on and so forth I talk about it this in my book the magnet doctrine which is Donald Trump stands so different philosophically than the status quo of law the ruling class in Washington DC it is awfully important that you know we as a country recognize how significant president trump has been to our country and the results that we've been able to deliver and Jill Biden stands for sending pallets of cash to Iran president trump stand with our allies and Israel and with the American troops in the Middle East by withdrawing them from the outlook quagmire in Afghanistan I look forward to that kind of that debate and I'll be honest though I don't like to see Bernie Sanders treated like this site it also back he's a Marxist but I don't like to see people had things stolen from them and we did this all out right they still out righted twenty sixteen may they absolutely rigged the system this time around I'll put it this way I I it doesn't sound like it's anything less than that and that big time a collusion but I'm not sure that it's illegal much less immoral or fattening I mean it it I mean the the chances of it being illegal are quite low the morality of it is the correct analysis stuff that's right let's let's just carry this one step further it's it's Wednesday morning and after super Tuesday and is you quick I think will correctly have a predicted that that Michael Bloomberg wins not one single state gets a handful of delegates here and there and he goes out he says and I also am endorsing Joe Biden in the United effort to keep a a a socialist from being the Democratic Party nominate with the implication that by billions are now at Joe's disposal a presumably under the laws of of election finance or maybe not your your your take on that likelihood well like I I think that if if Mike Bloomberg and up interesting Joe Biden and it truly is the machine versus Bernie Sanders not only gonna be up against every single endorsement of every single major Democrat running for the presidency but he's also going to be up against you know Mike Bloomberg's sixty one billion dollars the only question is white Mike Bloomberg at the sent sent seven hundred million dollars to find out that he had no personality no charisma I get in a couple things to spend seven hundred million dollars on that wouldn't include that matter how many people would be lifted out of poverty you know how many people could have gotten scholarships to school choice you know elementary schools and charter schools is that a good Vanity Fair narcissism quest that the charismatic you know my mayor Bloomberg was actually he was a pretty good mayor of New York he was not a bad mayor because he governed from the center right philosophy stop and frisk work he said with the police he was pro charter schools I disagreed with him on abortion and other things but he was not a bad marriage the end of apologizing for everything good is ever done politically his life then so we'll see what happens but it seems like the powers are consolidating around Joe Biden and I I look two weeks ago I would now like I would not believe the lord honestly I thought I thought Joe Biden was a dead man walking turns out he ended up being widely popular in the state because of the kind of the after effects of president Obama that was heavy in the black population and this is amazing to see you know everybody needs a hobby I mean maybe you and I collect stamps or baseball cards or go fishing some people run for president I mean and I think that's what we're looking at here is a hobby right Dobbs tire didn't pursue his hobby any further I mean he's ready to run out of money it's just a somewhere within him there was an element of of I guess shame do that but he was just not prepared to make a complete and total vanity run Bloomberg well we'll see if that diverse sets in with him at Charlie Kirk is our guest again he is the founder and president of turning point USA their website their initials TP USA we learn about that and that will also talk with him about his book the mega doctrine one eight six six five oh Jimbo will be back in just a moment liberty mutual insurance company help you customize your home insurance so you only pay for what you need I'm like things get paid for it didn't need like the back NATO two thousand wifi connected backing up loads.

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"peter paul" Discussed on Future Based Podcast

Future Based Podcast

05:24 min | 2 years ago

"peter paul" Discussed on Future Based Podcast

"Developing and changing constantly what we should try to understand our to indicate connections between technologies and. What does this mean regarding the responsibility of makers for possible outcomes, an unforeseen changes of new technological developments means makers always have to anticipate the potential societal implications, the that basically one of the key activities now on the ethics of technology. Also what we do here in Zeila island. Which also is? A complicated, and maybe also a problematic thing in itself so within ethical technology there has again and big discussion. About. How can you really take responsibility then when you design new technology, because anticipating the future is of course, not always very scientific thing to do. You cannot somehow really make a good prediction of the future. You can't always. Unexpected things that happen humans using unexpected ways give different meanings to it so some people say we should. See. Every design of technology, basically a social experiment IBO from the pool at Delft University of Melody. Colleague of mine has approached, so he says since we cannot anticipate rationally. We should just make tiny little steps seed as an experiment that we always like we would in healthcare. We do experiments on humans, but of course we are we. Do this very very very carefully so the same. Approach should have in the ethics of technology small step. See what happens which I like in a sense, but. The problem is that sometimes a technology is so disruptive that the small step is simply not available. It's easy to jumping are nothing and actually when it is there, we have almost already made the jump. I think what you see at the moment with a gene editing. Of course. Yeah so the technology is there. And it's actually quite doable to added. The. Genome of it is not very easy, but it's also not something that only two people in the world can do. And people have already been doing it for humans right, so it is a very. Disruptive Technology..

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"peter paul" Discussed on Future Based Podcast

Future Based Podcast

03:53 min | 2 years ago

"peter paul" Discussed on Future Based Podcast

"But gossip has it that a I is slowly taking seat when it comes to creativity. So, this means that creativity be translated into an algorithm may be a ferry complex one still key questions then can I. Can Technology be creative? We find a good out so. Asking whether can be creative or not. Yes, but again it's also a question. About can. Be like a human, and will it ultimately maybe a date us or have because the computer can be creative than what room is there for for human creativity and I think also in this case I tend to see that as a mediation issue so I would try to understand how. I has effects on what creativity is and means right. And I could imagine a computer being able to generate zillions of varieties on something, and maybe even copying kind of path, attache shins that writers, novelist or painters. Composers could follow and that could mimic the process of creativity, but I think ultimately devalue of a work of art is not just in that. It is a nice outcome of creativity. That's like saying that the essence over car is in the engine, but it's that you can move whether something so. Arts requires creativity, but it also requires meaningfulness and it. It has a meaning it makes a statement. It's critical or beautiful or Awesome literally and I think. We could be lucky and see a work of art generated by and then. See that it's very beautiful or inspiring, but as soon as really ties to give a message. And, we can get in touch with the the the author of yard. Work at it is really hard to see it as a message because the message doesn't come from from someone, right or we would reach a situation where I become so good that it could analyze. The wadden noticed the situation in the world and. And make some kind of visualization. That really inspires us because it shows new connections. That we cannot oversee with our limited minds, and that makes us think and I mean I don't imagine that to happen, and that's definitely a functional artworks can have as well that makes you see the world differently. But then. I would not eat it as for creativity. Unless you want to expand the the notion that the meaning of the notion. I would say well then we are basically back to what technologies have always done. They have always changed our. We understand the world. They're not neutral than neutral tools and are just a pill that we take in everything changes add. They are impactful at what parenthood means changes through the birth control pill. What good care for elderly people means changes through the devices we have how much pain we find acceptable changes through anesthetic devices how we WANNA suffer at the end of our lives changes through a means we have for. Euthanasia so. In that sense. Technology has always been creative sends. It has been a source of new frameworks invitation just like artworks. It's also not for no reason that the old word technique meant both arts and technology..

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The Jesus People

5 Minutes in Church History

04:23 min | 2 years ago

The Jesus People

"This episode of five minutes in Church history. Let's just go back into the recent past about fifty years ago or so. So and the founding of the Jesus people are sometimes called the Jesus Movement or sometimes called Jesus freaks these folks began in nineteen sixty eight in California. This was the era of the Hippie. These hippies descended upon southern California and some churches there and some Christians there decided they would reach out out to these hippies and bring them to Christ and so we have the beginning of the Jesus Movement in Nineteen. seventy-one Billy Graham. I'm was invited to be the Grand Marshal of the Rose Parade and as he sat in his float and it made its way down towards the Rose Bowl. He noticed that the streets were lined with literally hundreds of these long haired youth holding up one finger. Their Index Finger pointed to heaven with the one way sign and and that was the sign of the Jesus people. This caught Billy Graham's attention and he wrote a book called the Jesus generation that year went through many printings and sold well over a half half a million copies and put the Jesus people on the map of the media and on the map of the American church. Well what can we make of this phenomenon of the Jesus people well I we have to see that. They had a huge impact on American evangelicalism. They both reflected trends in American evangelicalism. Awesome and they also set some new trends. They tended to be very pentecostal. They focused very much on signs and wonders. And they were fixated on these supernatural super-natural experiences that they had an would share with each other. Secondly they totally changed the look of the church. These are not folks wearing suits and sitting in pews. These were tank top short flip flop wearing kids. Who would sit cross legged on the floor? But it wasn't always how they looked it was is also how they approached Church found this fascinating article from December. Twenty five nine thousand nine hundred seventy one in the San Bernardino County Sun Sun the newspaper for Hollywood and the article reads Pat Boone's home swimming pool used for baptisms Beverly Everley Hills California. It was actually picked up by the and the first sentence says in the swimming pool behind his magnificent home in posh Beverly Hills Pat Boone. Baptises the repentance. The article goes on to talk about within about six months time. Well over two hundred and fifty baptisms took place in Pat Boone's swimming pool and number of those baptisms were of musicians and that takes us to another significant impact of the Jesus people well. It was really here that we have the birth of what we call. CCM Christian contemporary music or the birth of Christian rock. Those early Pioneers and Christian Rock. We're Randy Stone Hill. And Larry Norman in fact it was. Larry Norman who published the song or wrote the song. Why should the devil have all the good music? Even even some secular artists got in on the mix. Paul stookey of Peter. Paul and Mary produced his Christian albums in the same era. This was the time. We're calvary chapel. Founded founded Maranatha in the Mirror Anathema label and that launched the praise and worship and course phenomenon. There's so much a part of American evangelicalism today. It all started there in one thousand nine hundred seventy among the Jesus people will lastly as we talk about the Jesus people what we see as they were very much less counter cultural and more within culture this was is true not only of music but of all forms of the arts and a forms how they approach the church. It was the Jesus people who launched not not only Christian music they really launched the Christian bookstore industry of the nineteen seventies and they launched so much that happened in the nineteen eighties with jackals locals getting involved in politics. Well what happened to the Jesus people. They SORTA faded in the one thousand nine hundred eighty S. I had a church history professor. who used to say what happened to them? While they all cut their hair started families and became insurance salesman. Well who knows but we do know that they left quite an impact on the American scene on the American aircon. Church in on American evangelicals. Well that's the Jesus. I'm Steve Nicol. Thanks for listening

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"peter paul" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

01:36 min | 2 years ago

"peter paul" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"Will show locked loaded and ready to rock and roll we stand on the impeachment of the president and a lot of unusual and disjointed events occurred in the past week and now they seem to be coming together a group of Republicans in the house of representatives were unhappy with hearings being held behind closed doors a meeting of the house intelligence foreign affairs and oversight committees and occupied the to the exclusion of the committee the committee is in there with unusual events in the modern era at the same time the United States Senate introduced a resolution with forty four Republican co sponsors can damning the procedures being followed in the house as the interview witnesses about the president the president of the United States because these demands in the house where witnesses are being interrogated behind closed doors and refers to Republicans that go along with this as forget the phrase in his words humans house speaker Nancy Pelosi is decided okay we're going to want a resolution formally authorizing the impeachment investigation we don't expect the Republicans there were two issues one is the rules being followed is all this president the other what is the evidence Peter Paul it's just about time to standing up with one of the sites.

"peter paul" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

01:42 min | 2 years ago

"peter paul" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"And on hell had a little jingle lecture we listen to this you want a little giggle this morning this will do it yeah here we go this is on hell enjoying the rain a little too much here we go the Berlinale my her both the name mark please two three four find them for me girls we're gonna stop the rain back complaining the girls them please things were me and the the the the and he makes life so much fun does in the good I love it didn't rain singing and dancing in the rain Gene Kelly Alexis present would you here you go would you rather time sponsored by triple a movers you're moving move with triple a movers for the love of Peter Paul and Mary okay first one there have skin the color of a.

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"peter paul" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

01:59 min | 3 years ago

"peter paul" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"Steve your kids like any music that you grew up with like again in a classic rocker Peter Paul Merion that crap they'll get a little into Peter Paul Mary they like if I had a hammer by Peter Paul and Mary that's one of their favorite songs you know they they like a lot of current hits too but I I try to introduce them to just like some pro backstop Dean Martin Frank Sinatra and then it's like classic rock comes on on my play list or like throwback hip hop from the nineties return of the Mack whatever it is freedom to listen to any of their own choices well I think they learned some of their own music on the bus okay you know what I mean yeah kids listening to other stuff well I can I explain that I don't know I think that maybe they're just like a like music radio on their buses and so like the other day my son was singing a song goodness I forget what it was but in the end is just really cute is like this one my favorite songs that any just walking behind me in the store saying it as it was this really cute you know what it is I forget what it is at the moment but it's a song that we used to bump back from commercial with so I was done was like buddy we play this at work and then like right now he he ha would say like Hey Robert you not as the show he knows what you this song yeah I remember it sounding like this this week we saying this in a school play in first grade what comes after the hammer it's like if I had a chain saw right about seeing it in the more I'm not gonna lie Steve this is terrible know your you know this is terrible it's just too much going on what do you saying I want to see those guitars and vocals I want to strip it down to like a camp song go to don't think twice by Peter Paul merry go right now please without grumbling Ryan the Bob Dylan song yes I know if you want to enjoy Bob Dylan's music listen to Peter Paul and Mary they actually sing it for ballroom.

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Fest drops Peter Yarrow over 'indecent liberties' sentence

John and Ken

00:28 sec | 3 years ago

Fest drops Peter Yarrow over 'indecent liberties' sentence

"A music festival in upstate New York has disinvited folksinger Peter yaro of Peter Paul and Mary because he was once put in jail for something that happened with a fourteen year old girl in nineteen sixty nine the teen and her seventeen year old sister went to your house hotel for an autograph and he answered the door naked your was sentenced to three months in jail president Carter pardoned him in nineteen eighty and nineteen eighty

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"peter paul" Discussed on Slate's Political Gabfest

Slate's Political Gabfest

03:04 min | 3 years ago

"peter paul" Discussed on Slate's Political Gabfest

"Hello slate. Plus, how are you? I wasn't really interested in your answer. Sorry, 'cause we're talk about other things. It's not to talk about. You. Good illusion of being interested every week. I'm not Tricia burst that bubble God. Well this week, I'm not sometimes sometimes you don't really want the response. Sometimes you feel like a nut. Sometimes you don't so Peter Paul enjoys got nuts. Peter Paul malls. Don't why they call Peter Paul p. Wasn't it? Peter Paul on enjoy. Scott's nuts. Peter Paul man's, don't. Oh, I didn't hear I don't remember the Peter Paul part. Yeah. What does is Peter Paul the brand? I don't feel it's a nod to some of the apostles, I don't know. Someone will write in explain this mystery of the nineteen eighties to us quickly, mounds or joy, Emily. I hate them both John. The Halloween candy. Oh is gave away. I couldn't agree more. Mounts almond joys. Gross mounds are good. Just it's a milk dark chocolate thing, and the, the, the coconut in the Android gets a little dried out for some reason. Whereas the mounds coconut, very moist and delicious. It's a little too sweet. All Brown means to coconut. Coconut involved in anything is a disaster. Really, you don't like it at all disagree, get in some things. But not that is way too much coconut for me. You know where I like it. I like it inside the shell up in the tree. Wow. That's. I love coconut, coconut cake. Make me a coconut cake. My birthday. I'm very happy. Coconut cream pie. All that is a good you eat cake on your birthday and not win lectured, by the social obligation of. I don't it's like really moist and homemade I don't like cake nearly as much as I like cookies. You don't like no I love cookies cookies. Going to deserve choice. Yeah. No. I will always have a cookie, but that's not where here. Talk about here. You're talking about Emily's Elizabeth Warren. You've already talked about substantively, but I think people like to go behind the scenes. Emily. You're gonna tell us a little bit about the behind the scenes. So what was she like what she fun to hang out with that? She, she likes me did she? She always ju. Yeah. Did you feel competition from the New Yorker, which is working on a story at the same time? I did did you feel like you made a human connection with her? Did you feel like you had to actually learn about those policies or did you use pretend to learn about them? I did feel like I made a human connection with her. I may be fooling myself because I wanted to think that, but so when I got us ends profile warm was like nowhere in the polls, which I liked that because it made it all feel kind of low stakes and when I met her for the first time I went to her house in Cambridge we had an off the record conversation, which I then succeeded in kind of transporting back onto the record, which was very helpful to me Deva fans that was just

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"peter paul" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

01:42 min | 3 years ago

"peter paul" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"Would get nervous when there were storm. So anyway, there were five of us in the bed last night. I was up from three AM to five AM. It was just like. Shoot dog so. Lot of tired workers out there today who got bad sleep with either kids or dogs or whatever. Right. Same thing for you. Yeah. And I got home late because, you know, it turned into one of those things after the twins game, of course like you called it one. What I didn't know just going to get your home at eleven. And, you know, I woke up at like three all the storms man, the window open, and, yeah, it was it wasn't been sucking. Your song. There's a thing talk house. You gotta try more Peter Paul Mary, your hate on Peter, Paul. And Mary is not legit. I have a Peter Paul Mary vinyl. What are you hate on his song, for urge lame a jet, would you allow me tomorrow, instead of music Friday, would you allow me at ten o'clock tomorrow during the two? Oh. Let me try a just a few little bits of songs out. Or we could do it today. During throwback Thursday. No. Definitely not good. I appreciate your openness. All right here. Well, when we come back and have some things that made us go like the melody of the first mangled banner. Guess what rip off Ed sharing that line road. Yeah. He just came back. You know, he'd probably lived another life during that time. We'll tell you where that song's melody comes from that's up next on mytalk one zero seven one mytalk one zero seven one and big event field. We know..

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"peter paul" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

01:37 min | 3 years ago

"peter paul" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"But still though, so then about I don't know. Thirty more minutes goes by. I'm not sleeping. She's not sleeping nobody sleeping. And then my son, let's out a really scared cry. Because now there are cracks thunder whipping wind. The rain is coming hard against the window. I run over to him. He had already gotten down the ladder and was prepared to run into the room. So I'm hogging on body. It's okay. Come on over. I'll get you. So now we have four of us in the bed, and then we hear another cry finally the littlest one wakes up, and she is nervous. So now we have five of us in the bed, it reminded me of that, Peter, Paul, and Mary song. Remember the song day is done by Peter Paul and Mary. Why crying son? I remember this guy. Listen, listen. The distance. Hell, no, stay literal. No, it's actually not literal. They're probably thinking about. They're actually talking a thunder in the distance is the boom of bombs, this was written during the anti. Knows as you think it would be. But for my situation, I remember hearing this on my dad would play the song growing up. And I remember thinking I would get nervous when there were storm. So anyway, there were five of us in the bed last night. I was up from three AM to five AM. It was just like. Shoot dog so. Lot of tired workers out there today who got bad sleep with either kids or dogs or whatever. Right..

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"peter paul" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:19 min | 3 years ago

"peter paul" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Great Laura Niro would have celebrated her seventy first birthday on Thursday. Lauren narrow her songs have been recorded by everyone from blood, sweat, and tears to Peter Paul married to Barbara, Streisand to herself here stoned soul picnic for which Niro went to the trouble of inventing highly new word Surrey, which is this week. Mike. News. Stall. Donald. The euro. Sorry..

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"peter paul" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

04:08 min | 3 years ago

"peter paul" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"Strip. And today, of course, my special guest is. The most remarkable and elegance. Royalty. Not only country music, but pop music in general. The lovely crystal Gayle. And we talked about where we left off was how music became therapeutic to help you start to come out of your shell over the loss of you dad, and edit did in my mother, she knew that I I needed to come out of my shell. It was very quiet very shy. And and as I said, she would make me sing for anybody that walked into. But you know, soon I accepted it that. I could sing out and same for everybody. And I started singing in school swing groups and clubs going to say was their musical influence besides obviously Loretta, but did you gravitate towards a specific style. Other than your what your sister had been doing. I love Brenda Lee. You did. Okay. I'm Patsy Kline all different styles. Beautiful Mary swim came from. Child of the sixties. Yes, I loved all that music. And I of course, I bought all the forty fives at the Beatles when they first came out and all these things they even had. President Kennedy Kennedy's famous speech that he made on like forty five record. And she had my brother had gotten a skating rink. And he was just starting. And we went over there bought oh my records and was the first night. And then went home left everything down. Lost all my records. Unless skates. Think about it. I reminisce and I talk about forty five and some people think I've talking about a gun. Forty five you had a forty five twelve no a record and it with the big hole in the center. We had to put it had a spindle yet. Yes. Spindle sometimes the record fell down. Sometimes it didn't. So now, you're listening to like you said, Peter Paul, and Mary you're listening to the Beatles. Obviously, your your heritage and background. You still have the influence of of country bluegrass or was it country music is just south of country and western and you did you listen on radio to the grand ole Opry. Yes, we listened and listened. Of course in a love Lesley gore. Saying hard crab, I want to and then judy's turn to cry. I'd be out in the backyard. Singing the. How old were you at this stage? Now, you had to be a teenager. I guess was at junior high probably thirteen fourteen years old. And then just we live music. You still aspiring at this stage. You, you know, thinking well in what I still I can do this. I wanna do this. Did you think of? Something else to do did you because we don't want your urine school their program. You program you to get into show business, your guidance counselor saying, well, you know, what if you study really hard, you can get a liberal arts degree in and get a degree in psychology and teach school. I mean, I don't know what they had to do. You know, you would do the occupational. You know reports they wanted you to your mom was a nurse. Did you think maybe my mother when she first moved to ash before we all moved? It will Indiana. She worked in a restaurant. Okay. And she'd right back in the until everybody was going to there was a machine she could slice. The unions really thin. And but then after that, she got us settled she got a place to live except for Saul..

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"peter paul" Discussed on The Fandom Podcast

The Fandom Podcast

01:39 min | 3 years ago

"peter paul" Discussed on The Fandom Podcast

"You would be like this sounds like of not the greatest situation to be in like, I'm concerned about you sleeping with this married, man. And you know, stringing along Peter Paul or whatever his name is. Maybe it's a let's not kick a dog while they're down kind of thing. And it also might be a bit of self preservation because Laura has priors. I mean, she knows that when she does something or says something very doesn't agree with there can be consequences. And so this might just be her being like, okay, we've covered this. We know. Okay. Good move on. Like, I've said my piece, you know. Yeah. I guess that makes sense. I'm interested Brendan how did you feel about like, the the Luke and Laura lie dynamic did you did you enjoy their kind of story, and they're like talking about having kids and kind of trying to figuring out their relationship to do. Enjoy watching them. You know that that one I did not relate with I enjoyed. I liked Luke every time. He was there. One of my favorite things about the entire series was the wifi. So. Diner? There was just hilarious. I mean, he hears this, Mr. anti technology, and he makes up these funny. Hilarious passwords that he gives to everybody that just are wrong. And anyway, yeah, when they get the right when he freaks out, but I I the having a child part. I was like, okay. I get this. This is them finding out who they are. But the the very last episode when Laura goes out to do wild. And she comes back, and he is just like, look, I don't you needed space..

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"peter paul" Discussed on SuperTalk WTN 99.7

SuperTalk WTN 99.7

08:16 min | 3 years ago

"peter paul" Discussed on SuperTalk WTN 99.7

"No. What say well, just go and find out. Now, I'm gonna jump into this. Ilhan, omar. Controversy here just for second. Because I mean, people are going nuts on both the left and to ride and. Chucky Schumer is going nuts. Pelosi went nuts. The issued a letter of condemnation. She's apologized. So I took me about three or four stories. Find out what the deal was. Because you couldn't find out what they were. So upset I guess it was so anti semitic so antisemitic did they couldn't even print it? So I find the valid. Here's what happened. Glenn greenwald. And this is the guy's rights for the interceptor, whatever he's been the middle of all sorts of stuff. He tweets this up. He says GOP leader Kevin McCarthy threatens punishment. For Ilhan, Omar and Rashida. Over their criticism of Israel. He says it's stunning how much time US pol- political leaders spin defending a foreign nation. Even if it means attacking free speech rights on the mayor of Americans. Well, she re tweets that and says it's about the Benjamins baby. Come it's about the money. Well, that's that's an anti Jew stereotype Jusin money. I'm going really what she's saying is it they spend a lot of money lobbying in Washington DC. And that's why these people get been shaped anytime anybody criticizes Israel. And then somebody else, but own gar Sargon says would love to know who Representative Omar thinks is paying American politicians to be pro Israel, though, I think I can guess bad form congresswoman that's the second antisemitic. Trope you've tweeted, and she re tweets that and says AIPAC ipaq, that's the American Israeli Public Affairs Committee. And then she will they wanna know who's. Well, that's what that is. It's a pack is a lobbying pack they pay money to congressmen. And there's nothing wrong with it. But her point is is that they're lobbying folks. And people say this all the time about whoever they're in the back pocket of big oil there in the back pocket of big farmer. I guess she thinks her in the back pocket of big ju. But whatever the case is. But she's entitled to believe that if everybody talked about all the money going around it. But if you say this about money related to a pack that is an Israeli pack your antisemitic. You're anti all your racist, homophobic, whatever you are. And I'm going chill out, folks. I know this woman is a dangerous, leftist socialist. But for the love of Peter Paul, and Mary can't you criticize Israel will have being called an anti Semite. Hello. And I I say, I love Israel. I don't I think Israel's fine. I mean, I'm not in love with Israel. I think Israel's just like, you know. I mean, they're an ally of ours. I mean, I'd love Israel like the UK, but I don't understand the big back nine. Now. I'm starting to see this is what I get see I'm going to go into this road of them will regret it. Doing my fingernails trying to decide if I'm going to go forward with this. Okay. What the heck? Let's jump right in. There. There is I understand I understand the people that think that Israel has a right to exist. I I'm one of those I think Israel's great as far as that's concerned. I mean, these people have been putting the gas chambers and everything else and they finally find a place for them. They can have their own place and be cool. I do understand the folks who may have been displaced over the air or claim to have been displaced being a little bit bent out of shape that they have some territory carved out and give it to them. And then this is where it really gets complicated because then people say, well, it's biblical. And they are the chosen people in the rest of it. And every time I hear this. I'm going do you folks stop right at the door of Matthew? The chosen people are not the Jews the chosen people if you're a Christian the chosen people as anybody who believes in Christ. That's the chosen people. What about Moses and all that stuff? Oh, yeah. That was part of the story, then we'll get into the New Testament. And it's as Paul Harvey used to say the rest of the story. So you've got Paul. I'm not gonna get all biblical on. You've got the apostle Paul going out and spreading the gospel, and Peter and all the rest of these folks, not only the Jews, but the gentiles as well. And so anybody if you're Christian anybody who believes in Christ is the chosen people, but we've got an our mind there were still in, you know, we're still parting the Red Sea and stuff. So I think that's part of it. Why people are so adamant about defending Israel and the rest of they think it's some biblical prophecy or something. But these folks are not even Chris if you're Christian, I don't I don't understand it. And I'm not nothing to get. We'll see now. Now, you're in. You said they weren't even Christian. They're not even Christians. I mean, if you're if you're if you're I just have never understood the Christian lobbies obsession with Israel. I guess is what I'm trying to say. But I'm sure some you folks who set me straight six one five seven three seven nine nine eight six. I'm just saying if you're a Christian, we're all the chosen people if you believe in Jesus that's all I'm trying to say, and you can criticize Israel without being antisemitic. Now, I'm not saying, she's not a big socialist and on top of that an idiot. But for crying out loud, you say it's about the Benjamins baby. And now that's antisemitic as you mentioned money and Jews in the same something or whatever. Everybody's talking about all the money going around, Washington DC and all the lobbyists, and if you've got something that ends impact PAC political action committee. That's a fundraiser for influence in Washington DC. So we've got that. I know I know I know feel you just you live well enough alone. Trump's approval hits fifty two percent. Can you believe this? I can fifty two percent. This guy is some believable. This is according to Rasmussen matter of fact, Graham, if I go to Rasmussen. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Auto because they gotta they gotta rolling side by side with Obama serial bomber was at this point in his presidency. He was a fifty percent. And I'm telling you so Trump goes up by two and Obama was up like he was at Forty-six. He's gone. It's just amazing. How how he is tracking different by about two points identical to Obama striking. Isn't that amazing? But you would think the Trump is the most hated man on the planet, and that Obama was the most love man on the planet, but Obama is lower than Trump was at this point in his presidency. But the mainstream media will tell you them, you know, why because you didn't have and I'm counting him here. Folks. Thirty three TV shows sitcoms thirty three of these that that blasted Trump in the in the month of January. This is just unprecedented. This many TV shows in the entertainment. This is why people don't want to watch the Grammy's anymore because they know it's gonna turn political. They want to get into all that stuff. They tuned to this for. For the entertainment. And then the politics follows him in. I'm one of those. I do politics were living. But when I go watch a football game or basketball game or go to a movie, I don't want politics involved in it to be quite honest with you. I don't even want politics involved in my in my.

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"peter paul" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

03:36 min | 3 years ago

"peter paul" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"Previously on Jason and Alexis did you guys see the picture of a python with ten toads going for a ride? It's a crazy picture you see a small army of cane toads going on on this eleven foot olive colored python. And it's crazy to see. It's like frogger. It is like frogger, exactly. They were melting the python in a sexual way. Massari what they have this overeagerness. I'm not I'm not touching that. I'm not I guess this is not out of the ordinary because pain toads that is part of their behavior. I survivor. I watched the video. I saw it. Into a deep YouTube Tech's. Bringing you everything entertainment Jason and Alexis in the morning with producer dawn on mytalk one zero seven one. Hey, what's up? Steve welcome to the club. Hey, what to tell you about? My pals at dinner theaters out there, you've been out there in a while come on out the west metro, it's not as far away as you might think it is my friends and man no matter where you're coming from. It is always worth the drive chain has some dinner theaters right now has Holiday Inn on their main stage. It is a song and dance smash hit it features seven holidays. And if you hear the word holiday US January I kind of missed the boat on that. No. You didn't seven holidays are featured. It'll walk you through the year. It is just charming. You'll really love that. Plus, it's dinner theaters, plural. That matters the multiple stages there in amazing concert series going on right now, you could rock out to the pop classics of the BG's how about this Michael Monroe presents a tribute to the iconic Peter Paul, and Mary add a performance of the Beatles white album, you don't wanna miss those. If you need information on any of these my friends you can visit Chan has indeed dot com. Jen. Asking dinner theaters, entertaining you for fifty years. Crescent Tyke cremation services knows how stressful planning formation services for left. One can be they provide comforting assistance to help your family through the process. My mom told me what she wanted just simple and affordable. She didn't want me to have the stress and the burden during such an emotional time. She didn't want me to have to worry about the money locally and family owned question. Tight. Formation is committed to providing you the best service at the lowest possible price with formation services starting at seven hundred and fifty dollars. There are no hidden cost. And no pressure divine presentation cremation provides you with a comfortable environment to make your arrangements for formation services received peace of mind when they help you through the planning process. Your time should be spent celebrating your loved one. Whether you're planning for a loved one at the time of need or pre-planning crescent cremation services is there to help you along the way visit crescents tied dot com for my talk, keyword formation. Case she didn't guess often. Flu season is on. And know what I say bring it on John Kerry's on hand, we're talking on the spot online diagnosis, so you can take on whatever's got you on the ropes a cold sinus, infection, a UTI mystery bug. Hop onto on here dot org. Twenty four seven and get an online diagnosis in minutes from Fairview providers plus the game land. So you're back on top of the world. Montclair dot org did on it. What's in store for.

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"peter paul" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

02:01 min | 3 years ago

"peter paul" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"The original Bob Dylan story as song instead of cover. Peter Paul, and Mary were great, Peter Paul Mary words, just know they're in the bible. In the bible. The big song in England with their biggest hit was pushed or the magic dragon. Poofter? Yeah. Look it up poofter peo- O F T E R poofter. It wasn't just puff. No, poofter poofter. Yeah. That's an England. All right. Just just look it up. Okay. Fair enough. I is Amy. Are you looking it up? No now, Alex. Are you looking it up? I'm looking at up. Okay. There we go after wait a second while they look it up. Magic drag. Yeah. I know but look at. I'm at the F. Okay. O T R. Okay. So or maybe it's P U F T after all right fair enough. I just I'm taking this one. Okay. I'm taking this one way way way. You're okay. Okay. Okay. Got it looked that up on your way. Don't. Let's just go on. What do you think is? Alright lead story. I just did that cold cold cold and rainy is coming. This weekend. And so it's and they're the meteorologists are saying that it looks like it's going to be a good rain, a pretty healthy rain for southern California. Does that mean mudslides, or does it just mean we're going to get a nice dose of rain? You know, they don't they don't tell us how the kind of rain, you know, how extensive the rain is going to be. Well, they tell us how how long it's going to be here. But the strengthening our. I think I think any kind of decent rainfall, you know, that it's going to be mudslides. It's impossible not to. Okay. Well, you'll get nothing and like it..

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"peter paul" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology

Rock N Roll Archaeology

03:24 min | 3 years ago

"peter paul" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology

"I believe the band formed after three songwriter. Shared a stage one night. I was actually four of us initially. But what what happened? What was a pretty common thing in Austin was residency. So for example, it was like four of us in we each had an a one hour slot like the nine ten eleven and twelve slot. And we had common guys in our bands. And oftentimes we would sit in with each other. So at some point, you know, the idea got tossed, why don't we would if we just did, you know, two and a half hour set where everyone played together, you know, we kinda swap songs and play on each other stuff. We could share rhythm section. So maybe it was a little bit financially motivated as well too. But it became a became a great happy accident when we got together and started singing together, you know, working out some cover songs and just working on each other's music. You know, I think everybody brought brought different cool things to the aesthetic. And that was yourself and Gordy and think somebody who isn't in the band any longer as no Collin Brooks who hasn't had abandoned him Brian Keene. Who's also great songwriter. He was involved with the first live record that we put out as well too. So it was it was really I mean, honestly, it really stemmed out of sort of a scene in a hanging party. It really Wednesday nights at this club in Austin, which is also no longer there called Momo's just became a good place for a lot of musicians to come down at hanging other artists and people in the service industry, so quickly just became became a good night. We'd always have people come in sitting with us and just a really loose fun kind of thing. So. It wasn't really thought of like, hey, let's form a ban. It just kind of organically materialized. I mean like week to week would have been like long range planning. You know what I mean? It was more like moment to moment on Basang for. Sure. Right. Right. Right. Okay. So now, Ed or you always in Americana lover. I mean, did you grow up like that? Well, I don't think the the word Americana was invented until I was, you know, in college or in my twenties or something I I'm not we'd have to check the at Amal G. Now, I don't even know when the word Americana first appeared, right? But I guess I guess through you know, that means you love the band and the Grateful Dead. I love the ban on the Grateful Dead. And you know, like my parents recollection when I was a kid was a lot of seventy singer songwriters, James Taylor evens stuff like that. And then the Beatles and the Rolling Stones, and you know, and then some some big, you know, Jesse Colin young more, focus stuff, really young products, and Peter Paul, and Mary that's how I probably got introduced to the music that probably inspired what we now call Americana. You know, a lot of the older American songbook, and you know. After lead belly? Yes. So Peter Peter Paul Mary hearing lead belly psalms, Pete Seeger and the weavers and things like that. Right. Is that the same with the other guys in the band as well? Well, I think everyone's experience is a little bit different, you know in. But I do think the reason why the band sounds the way it sounds is because of the shared sort of influences in the in the things that we do enjoy in common, which, you know, things like the band things like the Beatles. The Rolling Stones things of that nature. So yeah. Yeah..

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NASA, Peter Paul Reubens and Flemish Nassar discussed on Red Eye Radio

Red Eye Radio

01:02 min | 4 years ago

NASA, Peter Paul Reubens and Flemish Nassar discussed on Red Eye Radio

"Four five Scientists. Now know what sound the sun makes sense so do we a group of scientists from NASA and the European Space Agency have used data from NASA solar and Helius Feerick. Observatory to nap the vibrations of the sun they took those vibrations, and, translated, them, into, sound scientists say studying the vibrations we'll give them a better understanding of. The sun's layers and complexity I'm Alex and Jen For four centuries the, nudes of Peter Paul Reubens had been known to shock and delight and that's still, holds true today for, his baroque paintings Belgian museums are uniting now in protest against Facebook since they cannot promote. Flemish Nassar's including. Rubens at will for fear of. Failing foul on the social media site's adult content rules and automatic. Censorship I'm Barbara Kusak I'm Dr let.

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