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"prien" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology
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"prien" Discussed on Radio Free Cybertron - All of our Transformers podcasts!
"You have to you have too many videos for like a season. One seasons. I have to break it up into seasons these in nineteen episode fifty five. Yes. Okay. Let's see here. John's at that John D everywhere, rob. I am on Twitter share right now. Here I am on Twitter at figure viewers, and flail throughs of oil through is also the name of my YouTube channel where I cover Japanese games, primarily gunbattle operation to right now free to play gun shooter on PS N. And every Thursday is when the weekly update for that goes up this, this week is a I think it's going to be fairly significant one there. Introducing the hangar, which lets you actually upgrade some the capabilities of your mobile suits. So when I know more about how that works, you will see it on there. If you like, what I do on YouTube, you can support me at patriot dot com slash foil, throughs, and requests, civic mobile suits, and color, schemes for future videos. And of course, when Chris Naidoo video work for TI formers, you can find that on YouTube, it t-, former t. TV I think it failed to mention that Roku channel, you can just search Roku from the streaming channel store or directly from your browser at Tf radio dot net slash Roku. It'll redirect you to the, the patriot at it also I've been posting you of the happy daily at Prien Kilby dot com and can't forget, Don who's at HMO or C four av are on Twitter dot net slash Massey attack. Jason Kirk is at Jason Kirk on Twitter pod, because he'd dot com for other podcasts. And rub Springer can be found zone base dot org or on the Twitter's at Robie. Rob Springer the missing buddy now on wanted to be missed. I believe, yes. That's true. That is very true. So so that's that's it for this week. We'll be back next week and we love you very much. Thank you for everything. You do for us. To cry brains. Definitely not working. And if you didn't turn the podcast off when you heard the don's not on this week. Thank you. Yeah. That..
"prien" Discussed on 790 KABC
"KABC news live local at six thirty on Prien. Peers members of the California GOP say the Miller report clears the president Harmeet Dylan is the Republican National Committee woman. I'm glad that we now have the air cleared with these false allegations. I think it is a mistake for Democrats to continue to talk about it like the Adam Schiff press conference like Eric law. Wells tweets today, she says everyone should take the time to read the report new revelations in the Miller report are leading an LA congressman to call for impeachment hearings. But congressman Brad chairman says public opinion of President Donald Trump needs to change just like it did against president Richard Nixon, Richard Nixon was elected overwhelmingly there was no question about popular voter electoral vote and a year and a half after his second term began. He was he resigned, the Sherman oaks democrat says swing in public opinion might get some Republicans to support impeachment anniversary of the Miller report that doesn't. Have as many reactions will be available to us elect group of lawmakers next week. The Justice department is providing a reading room for key leaders of both parties in congress as well as Tom Democrats Republicans in the intelligence and Duda -ciary committees of push for more school funding in higher taxes, Los Angeles mayor Eric Garcetti used his state of the city speech to campaign for measure, e he said more public education funding while help reduce inequality a country too often defined by haves and have nots with widening gaps of opportunity, and we know where that fight begins on a campus like this with an education system that works for everybody measure e is a partial tax designed to raise five hundred million dollars. Critics say it unfairly targets business owners it requires a two-thirds vote on the June fourth ballot Kevin trip. KABC news in a homeless man is dead as police search for the driver who hit him and drove away. It happened early this morning in the area of Sunset Boulevard at a choice street. Your hollywood. Highschool Los Angeles police aren't releasing the victim's name, but they say he is a man in his fifties. A description of the vehicle hasn't been announced KABC sports. The dodgers are underway against Milwaukee Brewers. No score. They're the angels Hosa Mariner's look clippers battle the Golden State Warriors tonight with that series back.
Dallas Cowboys: what you might not know about Jason Witten
"Catches for Jason Witten next season with the Cowboys years coming back. Yes. I heard that. So in his last fourteen seasons with the Cowboys. He never have fewer than sixty three catches never even when Tony Romo left and Dak Prescott was there who supposedly didn't throw him. He had sixty nine and sixty three catches older gonna throw to Amari Cooper will through the desert Prien Witten still made these catches. So the only way you can go under to me if you think he's going to get hurt. But in those last fourteen seasons, he missed two games two games in fourteen seasons. So I'm going over. I'm going to go under. You're just dismissing Dak Prescott corvette sixty nine sixty three talking about a guy. All right. So the last time he played with six catches, right? It's funny last season fifty playlists I get it you come walk right back and everything on the tight end tight is about twenty as they got a running back. They got to have that one. You know that when he was there. What do you thinking? How many are you thinking less than that? And I'm worried about him. I think when a guy does miss that much time. I think that's an injury start to crop up a little bit.
"prien" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show
"You read about these tours? I I know they're they're fun and and rewarding. But they're also I would think quite a grind. Yeah. They're pretty girl. You know? I think the thing about it too. Is it's a whole lot of you know, hurry up and wait, you know, you load in early in the morning, you know, he while the buses driving a lot of times. Luckily, we're in at we're in when and toss them nights of the dry, whether it be bad. So we got to sleep the bus park for a while. But you know, you wake up you load in and you kinda just try to find things that keep you busy. You know as a songwriter. I ride a lot out here. And and try to stay say so try to go work out a little bit. And and just kind of you know, you know, we start VIP's and start doing, you know, little acoustic shows like four thirty so and then we play at nine. So it's a it's a long day. But man, I wouldn't trade it to the world love it. Happy up have to be playing shows. Tell us about writing music because I mean, I've gotten to know some songwriters, and you know, sometimes they can go into a go into a studio, and in crack it out or sometimes they're walking down the street or in the middle of the night. I mean, where do you get your ideas? And how do you compile it and make it into a song? I actually read a lot about my favorite song writers and kind of what they did. And you know, one of my favorite ones is it sonar everywhere. You just gotta find them. And you know, I get some people talking from some of the stuff they say, I read a lot. So a lot of times through books. I'll come across something. No either. Some you know, some of the idea or the way somebody where it's something. And then I'm always kinda just homing melodies. And and I hope that those two intersect at some point, and and it turns out to be you know, good, but also rilot through. So I have a lot of friends that that are great songwriters as well. And and they bring a lot of ideas. But yeah, I mean, it's something that you know, as a songwriter, you can never turn your brain off your heavy lifting to see to see where the next idea is gonna come from. Growing up. And even when you got started who are your primary influences as a songwriter. See I'm not. So my dad was you know, like, I said he slider and love to play the guitar on house that he was he's a Jim crow. She John Prien office fan. So I was probably the only six year old kid running around saying Coasties imprint. But. So, you know, I'm glad that I had that kind of as you know, I'm still to this day. I think John best the best on know still listen to him a lot. But those were the guy that that kind of started me in so writing, and then, you know, as you grow up, and when you start hearing, John Rosario Embi pop music, you know, it all kind of just comes together. And what I think is the way I make music. So man, I'm kind of all over the board that I grew up a crochet fan myself. And sadly, as you know, he died not too far from Shreveport natural this in a plane crash of at a very young age. Yeah. I know. And that's a it's a terrible thing. I actually my freshman year college. I was at northwestern state where he played his last show practical seem, and yeah, you know, we went to he he still had a lot of great music lifting. The of they'll Sabal. Well, she's got a pretty big wooden Tamar. I know you you're all over the place, but they are playing basketball in enemy territory. You feel pretty good about the Tigers. Man. I really think you know that game was. Other sporting I've seen in a long time..
"Cardiff garcia. Normally, we are broadcasting from inside a warm protected studio today Stacey his dragged me outside into the elements. And I know it's going to be good for the show. But I don't much. Appreciate it at the moment. Yeah. We are outside of our office right now kind of on the sidewalk near time square in New York that we're standing in front of the grace building. Yes. In front of the grace building. There's snow and ice everywhere. And okay Cardiff, Joe your phone, would you mind checking the temperature? Let's do attempt. Check I have to now take off my glove to turn on my check. Check the temperature. Yes. It is now twenty two degrees. And actually that's better than you'd expect. So awesome. It's warmed up. It is warmed up to a relatively. Twenty two degrees. So anyways, this indicator I'm Garcia. I'm Stacey management, and we are outside and it is so cold. And of course, the weather is not just a personal comfort issue at all. Also packed a big economic punch. That's right. Because remember the economy is a living, and breathing and sometimes freezing thing it's made up of people people who shop people who get haircuts people. Go to work people who go out afterward, and all of those things get a lot harder. In extreme weather today on the show through chattering teeth, the economics of weather what happens to the economy when it rains or hails just gets really really cold when Jack frost nipping at our GP. Get some hot chocolate hot chocolate hot chocolate o'clock. Support for this podcast and the following message. Come from discover become a new cardmember and at the end of your first year. Discover will match all the cash back you've earned dollar for dollar. Learn more at discover dot com slash match only for new card members. Limitations apply. Support also comes from NPR sponsor male champ. It might sound like male champ only does Email marketing, but they can do a lot more to help your business grow with landing pages, audience management and automation mail champ. They do more than male. Today's indicator is negative seventy seven that is the temperature recorded at thief river falls, Minnesota one night last week North Dakota, South Dakota. I and New Hampshire also temperatures in the negative double digits. The culprit the infamous polar vortex, basically a weather system that is usually above the North Pole came here to visit us in the US. Andrea Prien is research scientist. At the center for atmospheric research. He studies extreme weather for a living. But even he says it was pretty shocked to see how cold got last week move, very extreme. I totally agree. But it's it's I talked to I'm from Europe. So I didn't really experienced this really cold extremes from Austria originally. Andrea studies extreme weather like the pullover Tech's, and he looks at the different impacts that the weather can have what is the economic effects of extreme weather. It's really big really big and getting bigger. Andrea says pretty much across the board. We are seeing more extreme weather events. He's as climate change is causing more intense big storms like hurricanes, and these storms are more expensive than they used to be both because they're more intense. And also because there are more people moving to areas that are affected by extreme weather places, like New York and Florida the biggest economic fact in the US is coming from hurricane. So for example, if he talked to insurance industry most concerned about Atlantic hurricanes when they hit the east coast really the most expensive events and in the most damaging events Andrea says that seventeen of the twenty most expensive and damaging cyclones we've had have occurred in the last twenty years. He says it hurricanes Katrina sandy Harvey Maria all caused between roughly seventy billion one hundred twenty five billion dollars each in damages that was in destroyed property flood damage businesses being suspended. Or even permanently closed in some cases. He says hurricanes have emerged as the most economically destructive form of extreme weather in the US. What is the second most expensive? The second is Willie heatwave and drought. L two thousand twelve we had a really big drought in the midwest. And it's mainly equa cultural costs that are the driving there. And of course, it's also the most badly badly of deadliest of a natural disasters have to say most people especially vulnerable populations like elderly elderly people, very monitorable to heat events and droughts under his points out the drought in California a few years ago cost nearly three billion dollars that was from things like last employment on farms as well as insurance claims and lost agricultural productivity. So the second most economically damaging extreme weather event is droughts and heat waves number three. I would say example boulder on two thousand thirteen we have a really big flood event in builder. Which was very expensive than the west which flooding, for example, in two thousand sixteen really expensive in cost a lot of deaths. Andrea says that there are a lot more floods in there used to be extreme rainfall in the northeast. He says has increased by about seventy percent in the last seventy years and also he says commercial insurance generally doesn't cover flooding. So those costs can fall to homeowners and business owners and also in some cases to the government and that brings us to the fourth most economically, damaging extreme weather event view convective storms convective with v. Come with a v. Okay. Okay. I'm back. I shouldn't use. Talking whether lingo, this is good to know, the interesting thing about severe convective storms that that can cause to NATO or notch. Halo, very strong winds yet another that, I know convective storms who knew and Andrea says convective storms, and the tornadoes and hail. They often bring with them cost more than eleven billion dollars in damage every year, and that brings us to the fifth and final kind of extreme weather last, and I guess in this case least, but isn't like that at the moment, especially now with wind chill, cold weather. Andrea says that cold weather has a different kind of economic costs than storms there's less property damage, but the cold is kind of like hitting an economic pause button colts as motive I think the business disruption that it's the problem. The polar vortex has been more extreme in this way than most cold fronts. Temperatures got so low that flights were cancelled businesses were closed people were told to stay home. Stay off the roads address says as we see more and more extreme. Weather events. It will start to be a bigger drag on the economy and on tax payers, that's everything from insurance losses to property damage to business destruction. But no matter how you look at it. It will be increasing burden on our economy. One estimate. Put the economic impact of the polar vortex at about five billion dollars so far so far notes moving east towards the east coast. Wait a minute. It's coming east like New York east, Massachusetts, Rhode Island could be New York. It's the whole cold air blob is moving east feeling the cold air wlob card if it's coming for us. Are you? Sure. It's not already know. It's twenty degrees. It's definitely not here yet. Today's episode was produced by Constanza Gherardo. Our intern is will Ruben were edited by Patty Hirsch, and where production of NPR. Human behaviour doesn't always make a ton of sense at least on the surface. I said you mind, if I give the dog a little piece of cracker with some hot sauce on it. 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"prien" Discussed on Sound Opinions
"Bad. Yeah. We're not get that is John Prien with when I get to heaven actually, my number nine of the top ten albums of the year. Greg. Where're you going to start Jim? Well, I'm gonna start with my number eight pick, but I would like to point out with mister prime what an amazing artist what an amazing year. He's having I posted on social media. The other day a little video of John dancing. A jig saw off stage. The guy is enjoying life two degree that is even unprecedented in his amazing career. He's in his seventies. It's amazing. I'm gonna go to a little bit younger generation of songwriter. Jim for my next pick, my number eight record of the your called Boy Genius self titled EP, and you think well, let's kinda slight only six songs, but get this from this is an ad hoc band formed by three fantastic songwriters, Lucy Dake as Julian Baker Phoebe bridges. And they they're going to do a tour together, and they're gonna play individuals sets. And they they got together and said, we really should let's see what we can do collaboratively. Let's let's end the show with some collaborations. They ended up knocking out a six song EP and a couple of days. And normally when you think of these kind of projects that are sort of thrown together with three major songwriters, you know. They're going to save their good ones for their this bad hawk just kind of like a souvenir for the fans, and I was blown away by the level of songwriting. I think they came into this little project thinking I've got to bring my a game to the studio session. I don't want Phoebe bridges Julian Baker Lucy dak- showing me up with a better song. I've got a match whatever she can do and the spirit of collaboration is also very evident when they put their three voices together it it'll bolio over. I was an I was bowled over by these the quality of the songs, and you know, it's a cliche to say the sum is. Truly greater than the parts. But in this case, it really does apply, and I might point out that they all three of them made terrific records on their own data's record. Yeah. From earlier this year is one of the best of the year. But I think this project of the three of them is the keeper I wanna play a truck from the the Boy Genius record salt in the wound from Boy Genius unsound..
"prien" Discussed on Sound Opinions
"A card carrying music critic without keeping a list from January through now the records that are in contention for your year end best of we're going to also here for some listeners. I think a lot of people who love sound opinions do the same thing some of our staff as well, Greg. I'm going to kick things off John Prien released an album called the tree of forgiveness. He was a guest on sound opinions. We had more fun doing that interview than many in in our years of doing this show. I have always admired John prime. I have never been a superfan. This album prompted me to dig deep into the catalog. We were prepping to chat with him just so much phenomenal stuff. And I I really went on a on a four or five week long. John prime kick. But this album is is a really a fascinating one capping us career. I think much the way Leonard Cohen did in two thousand sixteen with you want it darker, which is also an album we loved John has has survived several bouts with cancer. He's accomplished just about all you can accomplish in the music world. What does he got left approve nothing? He made this album seemingly from the joy of making music and considering his life as he looked back. And I just think that's a wonderful record that the takes pride in the community of music and finds him just sharing his signature warmth and Umer one of my talking about I think it's really well illustrated in attrac- hold when I get to heaven when I get to heaven, I'm gonna shake God's hands. John sings thank him for more blessings than one man can stand then comes the part. Where he still thirteen year old at heart. I'm going to get a guitar start a rock and roll band. Check into a swell hotel eight the afterlife grand I hope when I'm John's age. I will have this much joie de Vive here is John prime from one of my mom's of the year the tree of forgiveness that get to heaven God's hand. Thank you for more blessings than one man can stand. Them are getting ghetto and started and roll band. Checking do so hotel ain't they afterlife graying? And then a moment together. That. I'm going to smoke a cigarette. Nan mas-. Is pretty good. Two. This man is..
"prien" Discussed on Jalen and Jacoby
"Cohen voice bit. Don't you? Let me tell you some. That's Reggie's fall. This is again. That's exactly what I'm talking about. Reggie listens to three voicemails. The first three and just plays whatever. And they're also they go on for forty five seconds. It means you always say like, hey, maybe she cut these little bit. So we can get back to our conversation. But no never edited never poor Bryan. Bryan, Bryan didn't have a girlfriend. Bryant didn't have a girlfriend when he started this show. He started calling show every day. He didn't even have a girlfriend Prien is Mary. Gauged? He was gone say. Now, he's married. They had they plan the wedding the wedding. And now he's finally on the show, and he didn't even have a he's so mad about not being on the show. 'cause Reggie what percentage did at did s. Reggie what percentage of the voicemail? Listen to say my. Oh, he's he's mad mad now. Now, he's mad. What percentage of the voice mouse? He says one hundred percent he says one hundred percent chiller, Jalen rose. Do you believe Reggie Lewis is to one hundred percent of the voicemails? Do you believe do you believe it? I'm s you questions. Just ask you question. Do you do? Leave the one hundred percent of the boys. Do you believe? Do you believe it? I feel like a great version of Don King right now. I feel like a great version of Bob Aaron right now. This is amazing. This is terrific. This is wonderful. This is an underbelly of this program that takes place for private consumption every day that I appreciate his plan out on wax. And I can't remember the last time, I laughed this hard. So I gotta say a couple of things just keep it into context. I don't know if it's because I don't know if it's because Reggie lives in LA and represents the Yankees and Jacoby red charge one at this year. I don't know if that dynamic plays in their relationship. I don't know if. The dynamics of the show with her being the roles report to Jalen and Jacoby. And we support Winnick's..
"prien" Discussed on Focus On the Family Daily Broadcast
"And I think so many married women struggle resting in that, and so did you continue to struggle with were there times you begin to recognize? Okay. Whoa. I'm going back to that old person. I don't wanna be that. Sure. Yesterday. It's true. A fun myself being bothered by something that Brad's doing or not doing that. I wish he wouldn't do which is going to be us through life. I'm reminded. Whoa. Where's your hope? Right. It's in me. So it's a chick each time. We come to those places. Sure, there are things we talk and work through and share when we're struggling. But that if the core if it's hitting me at a place that deep then take him is off Christ inbred, you're going to get in here. Believe me, but I just love this merrily so open about it. And I just appreciate that so much if for that woman who struggles in that area. What does the practical day to day thing that they can do? I mean, you you sounds like you have developed some great positive triggers to catch yourself, so educate us one thing I do. And I'll tell women in our bible study groups is if your husband does something that bothers you don't immediately share it with them pray on it prey on it prey on it and pray on that is so hard. It is so hard. I don't do it. Every time don't hear me because I don't do it all the time. But my prayers about holy spirit's leading went on spending time with the Lord and that will pies. And I will pray about it before I take it to him. What's what's the benefit of doing? It that way I'm trust in him for the result. Not myself. You know, in that even in the power of Prien wife, she talks about the Holy Spirit has such a better job it working on our spouses than we do we often get in the way of the holy spirits, moving when we take matters into our own hands. But when we pray we give God room to work rather than I think, bigger messes. I love it. That is so good number. We're going to pick on you now. So you have I can't believe he had no expectations in your marriage. I mean, this sounds a little gentle coming from Maryland. But you had to have some expectations. I can't really say I thought about it. Okay. I can't say I had. I don't know that I had any expectations is probably just what to professional parents that both worked really hard, and we're loyal, and right and kind of calm just kind of let each other do their own thing and interesting did it really, well and that stable marriage and wonderful people. It was just a different model than Maryland came in with an expectation. Sure. So you're an attorney for twenty years describe that environment as Maryland described at a moment ago, you'd get up just in time to get ready for work.
"prien" Discussed on Who Charted
"Well, a star is born there. Do you ever see breaking glass? It's a movie from nineteen eighty. It's a opponent. Movies was girls trying to make it. No, there's so many of those. Have you seen smithereens amendment? Yeah, it's with Richard hell made in nineteen Eighty-one it's actually pretty dang good. There's a lot of those like kind of seamy narrative film, even the clash. You know or delay. There's one where there was a clash and a park with racists and stuff. It was half scripted anyway. Oh, yeah. I feel like I actually have watched that. Yeah, forget when that was called. I mean, all those movies are pretty funny because they are poorly acted, but you're just like like a lot of movies in the sixties. The did that too with like, have you ever seen riot on sunset strip? Oh, no, I know about the hippies. Yeah, and it's really good. It's takes Swiss called Pandora's box which is like a club, but like the chocolate watchband is in it. The seeds are in at the Sonics you get to feel for the time. Oh yeah. It's like really cool. Like live perform, you know, maybe why we will look back at a stars more. Wow. They really captured. Fake ATar. God of the twenty eighteen of looks like he's supposed to be like, like what's Luke like, oh my God, the Luke Bryan or whatever. Yeah, like a country star kind of ibe is I what they're going to think? It's like like singer songwriter, like total credibility guy like John Prien or like, you know what I mean? Like Elba job Prien is like he's older. Yeah, this is like kings of Leon. If it was a solo act or something, it's just like, it's that type rock that people think is authentic because it's just like l. but it's pulling from the past. Yeah, just like I mean, I feel like two APIs style is, you know, it's like that. Shane, you know, the best form of flattery imitation. And I don't know, man, I guess that whole rock and roll should've just like like I was just at desert days and like these fucking guys who look like they're all in like Slade in the sweet. It's like fucking grown man with bangs. Okay. They all look like renaissance boys like they should have a circle and a stick and just be like they're wearing capris and should is. I can't stand it. Did. Lineup, this year was pretty good though. I mean, I was I was really wanted to see my bloody Valentine and they fucking crushed. It was so good loud as hell there. So you got to have earplugs the first time I saw them. They had on like the the screens, some FIF years ago and on the screens. It said like just black thought it was like, get your ear plugs because I feel as though they've had so many instances of straight people tonight us, they're like, we just like legally should warn people to protect their eardrums 'cause they will. Stars more and I'm not kidding. Like I, I wear a lot like those. Those things are so loud. And if you're not buying into it, it seems even louder to buy sedate this guy several years ago who had tonight us, and he would have to wear earplugs at movie theater like every movie went to go see and hanging out and like the intimacy that you have with a lover. I like couldn't whisper in his ear. No, he couldn't. Like if we were like in like it would hurt his ears and so it could. I couldn't even like say at like, it was funny, this guy sucked. Just use that as an excuse. He's a shoot you folk honesty when you talk. I is right. Yeah. Now my brain is tonight's when you talk. A pitch a frequency you got, I don't know. I have tonight. It's year. It does suck. Yeah, right. Yeah, rock and roll. Hope you feel better. Thank you. Okay. Coming in at number one. Oh, one venom..
"prien" Discussed on Critical Role
"Because I know say sure that a guy who works on the docks in the harbor where this thing is wouldn't know the location of everything under the water while parts with a trove ago, blooms on the war for. If someone had been a little snappier with the. Young from the water. Is there anyone else on the on the docks, anyone else that we can see? Yeah, there's there's a handful of other people that are in the process of large and other side with that bigger ship is that's being currently unloaded or loaded into. He can't tell from this distance crowns garters I'm gonna say Sali's. Oh, so as Philo, there are there you can see twos Leser that are just patrolling the docks with all this. Taking about, how long would you guesstimate up in muttering in the boat. Ten minutes to Mexico. People skills are working on the as though if they mind telling some tourists about the fabled entrance to the. Okay. Okay. Okay. Now. Okay. So my story just so you know can really commit to this good. Yeah. Okay. Tours. Yup. I'm still bound Prien Beauregard the tourist. Sharing. I'm Julia from Julia. I'm Leslie. Sure. Tracy. Tracing Drake's. Okay. Theresa. So I'm Tracy from. And you know, my parents are paying for just a little bit of a spring break, so I can go find myself before I go into college, right variety, Uni. Somebody's trying to. I'm trying to figure it out because if I'm if I'm just me, I'm just going to be an asshole. So I have to be somebody else very bourbon. So. And I heard about this mysterious loose entrance sluice saying like you that you're gonna do this. Yeah. Head. So. So just use the side right, give it the old. Yeah, second. Two, I find like the most insecure looking guy and then like us that all right. I go to the most insecure looking guy. Okay. General insight check to try and gauge which of them is to most insecure. Check. She's not use gills die ever. Fourteen..
"prien" Discussed on Your Mom's House
"And when those guys came out of the tunnel and they were standing next me pre-game there's no, I don't like these guys like I would die on the scout team here. Do you like it hit me that it was my level of delusion went away in an instant. I was a junior in high school, so I was a good thing to recognize. It shows your smarts though. Yeah, hell because a lot of there's a lot of guys who even they see that and then go, I can still do it. Then somehow they walked on where the just scout came guys, like, dude, you're never gonna play and they're gonna put you to the ring, light, dude, Rhody. He had one fuck in play the five years. They play one play when he's off sides saying like he doesn't. I would have been massacred. I mean, I probably if I was one of those because there's these psycho guys that love the game so much that they'll like, I'm, I'll suffer no matter what because I love this game, and I'm definitely not that person, but then stand up to true. That's got a bomb five thousand times comedian where you just suck it com better. That's not true that I know of some of the great say that I don't agree with that. I think if you bombing, if you're bombing that much out of a thousand times, you don't have any bits anyone. We all all bomb if you bomb all the time. Yeah, should be account. It's a million. Burt. We're talking, I think, is on his podcast. He is. Me and Tom realize that you're really going to do this comedy thing because we're at the store in the back and you were bombing, and I was like, what he was. Then we came back and you're like, God, that's a kid should happen. We'd we said that a bird said, he's exaggerating, I'm sure it was rough night though. Nights men. They're nice, of course that you should have rough night's. If you're like, I've had great shows. That means you've done stand like eight times. Yeah. Ratios. Yeah, but you also shouldn't be bombing everything that's for sure. That's true man. No, it is. It is. I mean, you played at that elite level. I mean, I definitely would have died. They would've been that kid who's like I could be a scout team fullback something and guy just a battle. Yeah, they're just like we gotta get you next surgery. And I'm just going to love the team so much like they put it for the team in Bram side. Diving. Like. I'm actually look left to right for the rest of my life. This is the benefit I have with my kids is I've been at the high level in multiple sports on my homeboy in Prien freshman highschool. We pick a different lane this. You're not. You can tell right away if the aptitude is they're pretty close. Yeah, you can. Right. I remember guy coach me like you. Guys, just all you talk, you worry about your speed six working on speed and what if you already fast. Yeah, you too. Got that check. What else? What else? Man, what else? From the short way kid? What else you got? I'm trying to put on weight. He's going pretty well. So anything else. So I got it. I'm fast. A meeting. Yeah. No, those people are different men. They're totally different. Yeah. Innate, what, what. Segue from sports or what other shows you guys watch, though? Brown. Of we live out Netflix. Yeah, definitely. Where he talks troppo he does. He loves, I don't speak Spanish. Of course. I'm almost done almost season three episode eleven or twelve twelve. It's really good. The whole series is great braille. And I was talking about talking. I was putting out the doubt when when I was pressing play originally, I was like, look, not talk a lot of shit, but a lot of these Latin American productions are wack. Like when you watch a show that airs on Telemundo or some shifts like man, this is this is not the same. That's showed the writing directing cinematography. Everything is tremendous. You ever go back and you can. They'll show some, but you can go back and watch. Like major scenes l. chop lie for he got arrested or when he escaped from prison, and you watch when they recreate it and it is. Yeah, can spy? I? I wonder how much I mean, you can tell, you know what parts are under percent. True..
"prien" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show
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"prien" Discussed on World Cafe
"That's cry freedom. Dave Matthews band, oldie and a goody. It's it's not that old old fail. Okay. So we're talking to John prime recently who is a American treasure songwriter and has this really distinct style of writing lyrics. And he says, he's incredible. And he said that when he was working on his latest record, he did a couple co writes, and then he had to think about how to John Prien episode because he had this awareness of what a John primed song is. And in this case, he he was joking and he said he added pork chops, but he was really talking about a bigger thing, which is having a sense of what a use on is. Do you have a thing like that where you're like, oh, this is a Dave Matthews song, or do you not? Do you not think about it like that. I do. I have moments where I look at a lyric and Warren idea, and I'll and. How say that doesn't make any sense, but it's exactly what I want to say. And can you give me an example? There's a song call come tomorrow and I love it. I wrote the song before the most recent school shooting and and but but it but it was strangely song was strangely applicable. So I was almost part of me when you're putting the record out thought maybe we shouldn't put on the record because it sounds like it's milking some horrific situation, but there's lyric in there that that says. Lovers. Love. I can't even remember it after here. Know how to lovers love and firefighters fight. What's something and dancers dance all night farmers farm and the dancers dance. All night lovers. Love in the firefighters spite and in a weird way, that's a nonsense line, but it might be my favorite on the record because is a different way of saying the world is what it is. I mean, maybe someone to say, you know, it's not as horrible as it should be, but the song is really about if we're capable of giving our children a better, a better world, then we have, you know, are we capable of that? And it says it in a more maybe hopeful way someone might here. But for me, it's incredibly hopeful, but mostly very cynical to that. That's how I read it. When I first heard the song and I the the thing that got me about it with. Come tomorrow, we get everything. So as long as we survive today, come tomorrow, we go and find a way. And I was thinking like yet it could be really hopeful because it's like, you know, if we survived, there will be tomorrow and the kids will take care of it or it could be really depressing because it's like we can't do anything and the kids will be left with with whatever this is. You know, I think which I think that it's sort of where I was coming from, but it was sweet little. It's a sweet sounding song. I was joking with friend of mine that my most cynical songs. Always come across as as as the really as as the sort of headline of them and and I remember a French most cynical songs come across as as we As as you you know, know. as as they appear of. But then I also don't know whether. Whether it's me that that you know, because maybe the part of me that writes down is not a cynic. Maybe I'm hopeful that I can leave my kids in a beautiful world and and and and so that's what comes out of me. And and maybe in my analytical brain, I'm like, there's no way we can wake up a green human race and and turn around the inevitable. We can't even face what what's happening now, how are we supposed to change direction? You know? So those two things that I have. I hope that my children have a wonderful on easy life, but then I say, but that's about as likely as the world spinning the other way. Well, let's come tomorrow k. Okay. I bang for real. Got mad, smoke KOMO this making a deal. Yeah, bridges. Tomorrow is another day. Sad. Dance dance all night. Mike. The show show. Good..
"prien" Discussed on Fresh Air
"Ten ricard's that's john prien from his new album the trio forgiveness john prien welcome to fresh air it is a pleasure to have you here is there a story behind that song the big story behind that particular summers in first of all it's my favorite track from from the tree or forgiveness you know it's just came out so pretty a good buddy of mine pat mccloughan i wrote that song and we've been writing together leaving friends longer this but we've been writing together since missing years record in ninety one and we're just uncanny the way we write together i mean we finish each other's sentences you know just throwing image at him and he comes back with one and we don't really decide what the subject is writing about we just kind of go with wherever sounds good feels good to both of us in the fact that that sound like that's how we approached it and ended up as pretty as dead in his lonesome and many other things was a surprise to make because we were literally going like it was like ping pong we're going back and forth with each line in the sun what about the melody the melody is just another simple drying patented melody i mean i'm trying to do is play freight train thank yeah that's how i learned to think pick was learned anything playing china pick like elizabeth gutten and mississippi john hurt so much so that are used to put much much fourteen years i'd sit in the closet and the dark in case i ever went blind to see it play well that's pretty strange to me so can you do it at mid you ever have to look down at your fingers when you're playing i can't do big can't see good thing practiced in the dark we eat you've been through a lot in the past few years you've had net cancer and lung cancer can we talk about how you were able to get back into shape to be able to perform and tour i mean the next surgery severed nerves in your tongue it damage salivary glands did you have to learn to sing or speak again i had to do some the the gave me a speech therapist that was part of that there'd be has just getting over the the initial surgery the next jury that was pretty a pretty big surgery is i really big surgery and it was a big one and i didn't read as head anything any slurring my speech whatsoever but it killed some of the nerves in your town kind of made you have i guess they would call like lazy you know your tongue would just go to one side naturally and you just learn some your words so did some speech therapy but i told them when i was going in for that surgery i had talked to the surgeon radiologist and they had to do live radiation on my throat right across my vocal cords and the radiologist was explained to me he was making shield my vocal cords and have you ever heard me say i said as if you leave me something vega megan noise as a come up with a voice on the van den and the the surgeon tomi my golf swing will improve after surgery i said i hate golf so at least they let the boys to saying i think improve my boys abedin thing i always heard ten listen my saying before surgery c you got a new voice and you feel different about it yeah dropdown down lower feels friendlier to me so i can actually sit in a studio listen my singing playback before i run the other way so you know in addition to the next surgery that you had for cancer a few years later you had lung cancer and you had an operation on one of your lungs so what was it like to learn how to to be able to get enough breath to support your singing luckily i have friend who is who is trainer you know i mean individually train people for either weight loss and stuff like that we were we're friends we just likely get together bs you know and he i told him i had to get the surgery he volunteered to come to our house and help me get back in shape the on the road he he had me running up and down our staircase three times they'd pretty good tyrod my neck and i think we saw taking breath.
"prien" Discussed on Q: The Podcast from CBC Radio
"This is a cbc podcast discover what millions around the world already have audible has canada's largest library of audiobooks including exclusive content curated by and four canadians experienced books in a whole new way were stories are brought to life by powerful performances from renowned actors and narrators with the free audible app you can listen anytime anywhere whether you're at home in the car or out on a jog the first thirty days of the audible membership or free including a free book go to www dot audible dot ca slash cbc to learn more it's not every day that you get to interview your favorite songwriter that's right the guy who wrote juicy fruit is gonna move you now i'm talking about john john prion john primes making records for almost half a century full of honest songs about honest people about life lessons perfect sing longs but here's the thing it's been a long time since his last record of new songs it's been about thirteen years so it was kind of a big deal when john prien announced tree of forgiveness new record of his own music i think you could hear in the distance of open up your windows that night this big collective from songwriters all around the world i say it's a big deal because for a lot of people john prien deals and something more than just music songs like sam stone or hello in there that's the way the world goes round people see these songs as roadmaps for dealing with heartbreak and loss or a reminder that you should appreciate the good times while they last or as a way to reflect on the lives that you lead the jobs you do day in and day out is he john prime may have never had a really big hit like the closest come was probably bonnie rates version of his song angel from gumri but this mailman who used to write songs on his route built up a.
"prien" Discussed on Sound Opinions
"Hundred dollar without over and i'm wanting to come up with a line that show the hopelessness of heroin and and over since of the war wait is hopeless thing i got it was jesus christ died for nothing i suppose wow that got me into my place over the fifth tag for saying that's a member three big birla guys got up in the big off walked out and woman was savvy in the corner and some other people laughing because it was getting nervous reaction to it yeah i'm going down to agree hand station bad ticket to fan lady three kids and sit down sad there's a great john prime book that came out last year kind of scrapbooking some ways of lyrics and pictures and i like the fifth page on most guys are like plaster all their great reviews in the fifth page has got something this review back from seventy one where this washington dc critic i believe the headline is entertaining as dog bite to a very condescending review of john prien show back when everybody else kris kristofferson roger ebert we're singing your praises so not everybody loved your stuff and where where's that review now in its hanging framing my most use bathroom.
"prien" Discussed on Sound Opinions
"Agate us here live canepa convene that's a little bit of a song knocking on your screen door by singer songwriter john off his latest album the tree of forgiveness john prien has been making music since the late sixties you know the famous story about john prion as he started out delivering the mail and may would illinois and on his route he was writing these songs including some stone cold classics like sam stone in a low in their this guy wrote a bunch of tunes finally debuted them at a club in chicago was reviewed by none other than roger ebert the famed film critic my friend and colleague caught a show is one of the first big reviews prime got his career took off from there greg you know the list of people who look up to john prien johnny cash yeah bonnie raitt chris christopherson paul westerberg dwight yoakam oh yeah and that guy bob dylan you know those are some of the many admirers i think that they are artists who are songwriters songwriters and you know after towns vans in number two on that list is john prime he's worked in the major label system he started his own indie label at the height of the indie eighties nineteen eightyfour boy records john had a really tough battle with cancer in nineteen ninety eight on the right side of his neck it left his voice deeper more gravelly you'll hear that when we're talking to him but he's bounceback he's continuing to make music he's better than ever arguably welcome to the show john thanks good to be here so let's start at the beginning of your career i mean you're working as this postal carrier in your twenties and during this time you writing these amazing multilayered songs how did that work naked put down the job of a mailman go weren't you know that route there's nothing you like library with no books they want.