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"ricci" Discussed on Decibel Geek Podcast

Decibel Geek Podcast

02:12 min | 3 weeks ago

"ricci" Discussed on Decibel Geek Podcast

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"ricci" Discussed on Decibel Geek Podcast

Decibel Geek Podcast

05:51 min | 3 weeks ago

"ricci" Discussed on Decibel Geek Podcast

"Daryl right in there amongst the list with a lot of other guys i mean don was a riff message general to just pick up his act stuff rolling down with these crazy risks of boy. I know it has stellar song. I'm like oh well that's pretty cool. You know he. He was one of a kind. It was definitely a one time. Then you mentioned tonio me You know you a lot of records with sabbath and different different eras of sabbath to you know even starting with the tony martin era What was it like working with those guys and you have any particular stories that you can share about your time with them. Well you know when we came in it was like in like on the forbidden record and the earliest stuff which visit johnny marr. Nara and Ernie see from body count produce the forbidden record which is little known fact. A lot of people don't know that yet and that's probably the eternal idol is probably my favorite toni. Martin black sabbath iraq because nothing is better than the shining a lorry right to good one. But tony Tony was great. You know you know when we did this with with ronnie that with better and You know we've obviously worked sabbath with ozzy you know and that was great and we reviewing the reissue right now for technical ecstasy. You know i know. And i mean it's a four cd set and i literally just got the audio today and like before he jumped on this goal. That's what i was listening to my dude. I haven't even heard it yet. I'm like i. Don't listen to this. And i got through like you know i mean the first disc is the remastered version. Like all right. I've i've read technical ecstasy like millions on so i don't need to listen to that right now. I got to like the steve. Wilson mixes and wide stop. And i'm like so good if it is so good you know. Band is just so unique in every sense of the words where tony does what he does. He does what he does sodas. He does what he does and they just phenomenal..

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"ricci" Discussed on Decibel Geek Podcast

Decibel Geek Podcast

04:25 min | 3 weeks ago

"ricci" Discussed on Decibel Geek Podcast

"I was in a band. And i got a job and a recording studio and i had a scholarship to center for the media arts right out of high school and That's kinda sorta where my career started. You know early eighties and You know it was cool. You know but you realize being bands. You're not gonna pay the bills until you get signed them. We didn't have the infrastructure that you had to make a record and just do it on your own. If you didn't get signed you needed a lot of money so I went to work for a record company and it kind of worked out for me so i'm pretty happy. Yeah the combat in effect records. And i in turn briefly when i was in college at. Cbs which was pretty cool over the summer. You know when. I worked for J. media trade magazine still kind made the rounds coming up. You know when. I started early so as good so by the time i was finishing school and opportunity called. I'm like wow man just walked right into a major label it you know new york in the early eighties so i mean we're you around for any of those like early metallica shows when they first got signed by janis e yeah actually i was. I was at the famed metallica. Rods vanderberg show at the paramount. Staten island. wow yeah i was. There and ironically bright white photographer was there. And so was steve harris. So earning right the quake photo op with steve harris and use later. He called me and he's like dude. I'm looking at this picture. And this guy with hair blown out in a mustache drinking be aware and white sneakers. I could swear it's you so. He sent me the photo. And ironically lo and behold. John with me drink a beer right being fined. While i was with one of my friends. He broke his foot playing hockey. I had to drive in. Who was standing next to a guy on crushes with a broken foot. So that's how we knew so. I actually have the photo. It's it's pretty funny but y that was the last show that david italica yet and i know they had. They had a rehearsal space. The music building wayne's briefly.

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"ricci" Discussed on Decibel Geek Podcast

Decibel Geek Podcast

04:07 min | 3 weeks ago

"ricci" Discussed on Decibel Geek Podcast

"You know you're going to talk about an artist's career and then you know the albums you know the song you have everything you know right away. The band's going to know that right away you show up you know wearing a suit. No nothing about the band embarrassing not only for the company but the the individual themselves you know if you're gonna work with the band you might consider if you don't know anything about their career you go in and get all this stuff and listened to every record that they have no no their career who's played on their records. Know all about the you know. And that's one of the things that you know you get from being a fat yet and you know you. Notice like a lot of industry dude. Some guys just they get jaded and they're like ought to do this year. That's all right. I know what i'm going to do on this work but no it never works that way you know you always have to know the artists and their career and you know where to take it. Because that's that's gonna be detrimental to not being able to get your job done. Make sense to me. I know one band. They're really appreciates. What's skateboard marketing can do. And that's clutch. 'cause you guys have done a lot of stuff with clutch and that's an awesome band Yeah we we like back from elektra. Atlantic and stuff. We did all the early stuff for they had great. You know and. I mean those guys get on stage. They throw down my favorite club tracking by far is still elephant writers. You know elephants still my favorite but they You know they just were very unique bats and when they get on stage everything they do is very raw you know and you know their records. They have that. Ross sound tweet. Yeah it's mixed and mastered it. Sounds great. it's clean and polished but you can tell it's still very raw and dude. I just love that. I love listening to a record in hearing. Ross sound and especially light stuff from back in the day because there was no triggers. They didn't have ninety percent of the stuff you had in the studio you can play. You couldn't write you couldn't sing..

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"ricci" Discussed on Decibel Geek Podcast

Decibel Geek Podcast

03:02 min | 3 weeks ago

"ricci" Discussed on Decibel Geek Podcast

"And i'm like oh good you know. I didn't really have to like push to art. You know well. And we're both big. Alice cooper fans and you've done several of his his albums as well. your experience working with that guy break. I mean as far as with alice. She's a pro I could ask them to do something and he'd do it. You know i mean after show. And he's doing a signing or it's like a meet and greet you know we'd leave passes for some stations especially some of the college stations and alice was really cool would always accommodate if you look at the old school artists like ronnie james dio an alice cooper and you know obviously the later car and you know all of them ghetto. One thing they learned is if you want to be an asshole. You're going to get treated like an assault o. Don't be an asshole. You know always always be polite to people and they'll always remember that you were good guy and You know it means a lot in the long run you know especially when you know. You're out on the road in your and your ticket. Sales are hurt. But alice was always break yet though i I always enjoyed working with alice. He was He's a pleasure to work with. So and i guess the good thing was is After we finished up one of the campaigns He personally sent me an autographed picture of the album. Cover the hang up on my wall in the office. Nice that's awesome my little handwritten note with the With the photo. I was like dude. This is awesome. You know. I had dropped back in and told them. Thank you and hung it up in the hallway coming into the office. So yeah he's He's definitely a work with and it's very cool. We got tickets. We're going to be seeing as freely and alice cooper here in just a couple of weeks. Aw you're gonna have a good time two. Oh yeah those guys could on. Rachel i gotta tell ya you most of the old heritage rock a sound better now than they did back in the day. Yeah for sure. I mean testament to that is except and i know you guys have done some stuff with accept and that's how they are. Now i mean some of the last few albums. They've come out with really. I mean it stands tall with the classic stuff big time. Well let me ask you this erin. What's your take on stalingrad. There's some great songs on it. But i mean if we're gonna talk about except talk about the one that just came out this year holy shit yet they Wolf is another one. You know. I mean he just turned sixty years old. He's been around forever you know. He knows how to talk to people. You knows how to treat people you know. He's an absolute pleasure to work with. Management is great by the whole camp is amazing. Nl they'll do whatever you ask them to do. It's going to mean stumping in themsel- wreckage solid show makes sense. Yeah yeah they're they're professional all the way around and i love what i love them with with rudo but i like them with with Mark tornado also..

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"ricci" Discussed on Decibel Geek Podcast

Decibel Geek Podcast

01:54 min | 3 weeks ago

"ricci" Discussed on Decibel Geek Podcast

"We love them a lot because they shared last week's episode. If you want to hear your name right at the top of the show. It's an honorable and prestigious thing. We know it could be you. All you gotta do is just that. You'll hear your name read right here at the top of the show next week. Yes we are part of pantheon podcasts. It's a great big thing it's awesome. It's like if you took and just gathered up all the best music podcasts and put them under one awesome umbrella. That would be pantheon. Podcasts so if you or anybody else you know are looking for. Great music related. Podcasts as your one stop shop baby. Get on over to pantheon. Checkout their roster. I know you're gonna find something you're gonna love. It's just the best and that's why we're there right. Yeah wouldn't be any good if we weren't there so we're all in it together checkout pantheon and now after all that got something cool for you today. Yeah this was an interview the you know and this is how it works sometimes with us as you know it all starts with us being kissed nerd so it's not really a kiss related interview but there's plenty a kiss stories in this I found this crazy interview from nineteen ninety. Eric carded promoting hot in the shade on this very small college station out in new york and in the interview. There's this guy with this thick new york accent in the background that was the label rep and his name gets mentioned during the interview and at the interviews. Kind of a trainwreck. And i was just like. I wonder what that guy thinks of this interview and then i i looked him up and i found him and then it turns out his. Name's munsey ricci. And he's the head of skateboard marketing and he's been like a radio pitch man for record labels for like what thirty plus years now and and And i saw a facebook friend at him. And i was like what do you remember about this and then i mentioned i was like..

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"ricci" Discussed on Decibel Geek Podcast

Decibel Geek Podcast

04:33 min | 3 weeks ago

"ricci" Discussed on Decibel Geek Podcast

"They are actually listen to some of their stuff there off. Check that out so a little bit more of the Feedback from last week. Pull up my screen here because my computer wants to be more on also Mark on taylor for the maiden Andy sleep is is gray. But nick rescue lennox told neil how to play Think that was on clockwork. Angels if i remember right i think he wouldn't be scared of maiden and would whip them into shape plus he's a prog rock. I which is what made an is doing now. I think that nick rescue lennox would be a good producer for them. Also yeah yeah. There's all kinds of different ways you can go. That's like jeff gos- said i like most the ideas. But i would not want as rainier flush the fashion. I'd like to hear michael wagner do the ultimate sin. There you go. i like that. He says i like the maiden but it would be cool to hear sleep production on it maybe with some trimming. He said it was a cool episode. Thanks jeff yeah and then mighty k also check. I never really praised tinge into the producer of any album. I know of the ones decimal geeks interviewed the only ones you need to know. Yeah and you mentioned that This proves how important a producer can be most definitely and we found that all last week so thanks to everybody that got on the facebook in left us some comments about that. We love to see it. We love to interact with you guys. You know this is the rock and roll family that we all kind of created with this. So it's good communicate with each other on the facebook. That's a great way to do it. Give our page alike. Were only like a couple of hundred away from eight thousand likes on facebook. I like to brag about that shit to my co workers. Because they really don't understand me until i tell him shit like that and no helped us. That's right bought free since the very beginning. And that's the way we like it. So if you're a real true human being out there on the internet and you love rock and roll love. Podcasting give our facebook page alike and then getting on the conversation. We've got a facebook group out there and you can also become a decimal geek. Vip which entitles you to extra content. That we're getting back in the swing of things. Now we got some good stuff lined up and we just made some releases for our vip's with The latest episode of the torpedo dudes and also. We got some chris and aaron. Show coming your way too. So if you're a geek. Vip and you are with us on patriae on get ready for that. If you're not and you need more decibel geek in your life. Well that's the perfect way to do it. Become a decimal geek. Vip or rap patriot. Dot com all different levels..

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"ricci" Discussed on Decibel Geek Podcast

Decibel Geek Podcast

05:14 min | 3 weeks ago

"ricci" Discussed on Decibel Geek Podcast

"The desolate with chris. Sin zack in aired camaro. All right. we're back that's right. It's time finally here. Yes decibel geek podcast time. My name is aaron. Camaro and i'm joined as always by my awesome friend. Kick ass co host. Mr kristen zach. How you doing brother. i'm good. It feels like i just saw you say long time. No see yeah. We actually had to hang out together a little bit today. Yeah it was nice. We had a nice lunch of mexican food with the one and only michael wagner. Yeah you can't beat chimney. Chagas and michael wagner. The combination never loses but yeah after last week's episode..

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Despite Biden’s Assurances, Americans Held Hostage in Afghanistan

The Sean Hannity Show

01:43 min | Last month

Despite Biden’s Assurances, Americans Held Hostage in Afghanistan

"It's more real than ever now even many in the mob the media recognizing what we have been brightly reporting that. Yeah we abandoned americans behind enemy lie ally wines and that they are hostages. Yup twenty four days even. Cbs news correspondent christina. Ricci fini reporting that multiple flights are being held on the ground and mazaar-i-sharif isseri airport in northern afghanistan by the taliban email sim by the state department of congress members. Explain the flights held by the taliban have permission to land in cutter but only this is our state but only quote if and when the taliban agrees to the take off okay. The taliban is holding them hostage. A congressional source tells cbs news. This is not the sean hannity news department. Cbs news so it's not exactly your right wing conspiracy telling you any of this anyway. There's a a group of people they have been now waiting for six days to take between six hundred and twelve hundred people including nineteen american citizens and permanent residents out of afghanistan or as we should now call it. The islamic emirates of afghanistan and the group teaches young women leadership through athletics told. Cbs yeah. they've been waiting for six days. Not well does that sound like a hostage situation to you biden administration is now even saying there's little we can do. We do not control their airspace. You kidding me.

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Mike Richards Steps Down as Jeopardy! Host

Daily Pop

02:02 min | 2 months ago

Mike Richards Steps Down as Jeopardy! Host

"Up. The short lived game show host who just stepped down after pass. Offensive comments came to light. Who is mike richards. The newly minted jeopardy hosts has stepped down effective immediately. This all comes after some raises remarks. We served as also some offensive comments. He made about women shirt a letter with staff today apologizing for the negative attention on this show in a statement to e. news. Mike said there is no excuse for the comments he made first of all. This was a last minute. Switch up for us this morning. This was a last minute. Switch up for us. how dunkin. Mike richards the no. No no that's not fair. Let me let me say why why. Mike richards was the ep of the show. Mike ricci the show onboard. Why would you put yourself in a position. Put yourself in the public eye knowing what's been happening for the last four years of cancel culture now knowing the network not vet him i. There's it's impossible especially with everything. That's been going on these past couple of years to not do a full vet. Just have i feel like maybe you know and you hope that things don't come out and then they do and all of a sudden ucs but also who's hiring him if he's the executive producer to actually host the show himself. That's the crazy part. I know a lot of people were up in arms about that. I actually thought that it made sense because he understands the show and like loves it. I i don't know. I didn't think it was that we're this obviously is a different situation. He looks like he would host a show. Jeopardy doesn't yes. He does look like he would host a show like he's like but this is when i go back to privilege and not saying because he's a white man i'm saying he was at a level and he was the boss so his privilege made him feel like he could get away with those comments knowing that they were out there that they lived on a podcast his privileged. Let him think that he could do this. No will call him out.

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Funeral procession held for Boston firefighter Michael Ricci

WBZ Afternoon News

00:33 sec | 9 months ago

Funeral procession held for Boston firefighter Michael Ricci

"For a fallen firefighter. Boston Firefighters were in Marshfield today to honor and remember Mike Ricci was killed late last month and now his wife, Christine, is charged with his murder. Boston Fire Today tweeting out their respects. Remembering Mike reaches a friend and a brother, as well as a co worker. They say they hope his legacy of friendship, respect, bravery and humbleness. Humility lives on in his Children, and it's 6

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The Bachelorette Breakup Is Getting Incredibly Messy

Naughty But Nice with Rob Shuter

01:06 min | 9 months ago

The Bachelorette Breakup Is Getting Incredibly Messy

"The bachelorette is trying to shut up into shutdown island dale moss said the bachelorette winner dale. Moss has been accused of cheating on clare crawley lou. Now he wants to tell his side of the story however he's been muzzled by the producers of the show was. Let me explain everybody. That goes on that show whether they win or not. They all sign a contract. It's very tough contract. And in the contract they cannot do press without permission for one year after the final episode air so their season. The final rose the final episode. The car do press until one year later. Dale still under contract and he wants to get his side of the story out butts if he does he could be sued. Neither new season of the bachelor starring. Handsome matt james. He's on right now. Produces want us to focus on that that love story not the disaster that dale and claire have become.

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Christina Ricci obtains restraining order against husband after alleging 'abuse'

San Diego's Morning News with Ted and LaDona

00:29 sec | 9 months ago

Christina Ricci obtains restraining order against husband after alleging 'abuse'

"Received domestic violence restraining order against her estranged husband, James, Hear it again. Under the order here, it again must a 100 yards away from reaching and won't be able to visit their six year old son. He also has to stay away from the family's dog. Rechy filed for a restraining order Tuesday, claiming she was physically and emotionally abused by here again, she says the abuse started in 2013. Mm. How

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Panel to look into Maryland's rollout of COVID-19 vaccine

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:59 sec | 9 months ago

Panel to look into Maryland's rollout of COVID-19 vaccine

"Now toe local delays on the Corona virus vaccine in Maryland. There is a lot of confusion or difficulty getting appointments, and that is prompting state lawmakers to create an oversight group and make this better. Maryland Senate president Bill Ferguson says there's a need for a panel to push for more accountability. On the state's efforts to get people vaccinated to protect them from the coronavirus, he says. Right now, there are unacceptable levels of confusion about vaccine access, Administration and distribution. So what does he want? The state of Maryland and the Department of Health to do? I don't think there is one specific answer. There is no question. This is a very challenging logistical puzzle. Still, Ferguson said, there is a need for oversight with the Senate panel that will look at efficiency. Wait times for vaccines and House of Ply and demand is being managed. Mike Ricci, Communications director for governor, Larry Hogan, said the governor advised that given the demand for the vaccines, the process would take time.

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UK economy slumps into deepest recession on record after 20% drop in GDP

News and Perspective with Tom Hutyler

00:30 sec | 1 year ago

UK economy slumps into deepest recession on record after 20% drop in GDP

"Drop drop drop drop the the largest largest the the largest largest recession recession recession recession on on record record on on record record in in Britain, in in Britain, adding adding to the misery to the misery the biggest the biggest quarterly quarterly slump slump for employment for employment for more for than more a decade. than a decade. Treasury Treasury Secretary Secretary Ricci Ricci soon soon hundreds hundreds of thousands of thousands of people of people have already have already lost their lost jobs their jobs and sadly, and sadly, many many more more will will but I will but I will save save people. people. Although Although tough decisions tough decisions lie ahead lie for ahead all for of us. all of us. No one No one will be left will be without left hope. without GDP hope. GDP plunge plunge leaves the leaves UK, the UK, second second only to only Spain to Spain and suffering and suffering the worst the worst hit output hit output among among major major economies. economies. During the During 1st the 6 1st months 6 of months the year. of the year. The The

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"ricci" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

Newsradio 600 KOGO

03:42 min | 1 year ago

"ricci" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

"Money with Bloomberg. The new retail normal may well be online. Bloomberg intelligence says E commerce sales in the U. S could double to nearly 1/4 of all sales in 2024 from 2019 levels. People are going to be really hesitant to go back into storage. Katrina Lake is CEO of a retail clothing business built online stitch fix. You work with a stylist. They send your clothing you trying on at home. I don't know that many people are really excited to go back into a department store and try 20 thing gone in a fitting room. She does have some numbers to back that up clothing sales during the pandemic lockdowns against a backdrop that was going 80% decline. Of course, we're happy to have had just a 9% decline. But there are some businesses where online may not work a swell the owner of Boston's flare Bridal says a wedding gown is a specialty purchase. That buyers need to see in Realty. I'm not virtually still, Lake says the next year or so will be difficult for all clothing cellars. There is no question that people are going to buy left close this year than they did last year. Joan Doniger Bloomberg radio. Law enforcement in West Hollywood says it will issue a $300 ticket to anyone refusing to wear a mask in the city. Similar moves have been taken in Santa Monica and further north in Monterey. Heading into this fourth of July holiday health officials nationwide are begging people to stay home and warning that big crowds could fuel the outbreak. Cutter Airways is requiring passengers toe where Mohr than just a mask. If you fly with him, you not only have to wear a mask, but you also have to wear a face shield during their flight. Staff are also expected to wear protective gown, safety glasses, gloves and a mask. The safety measures came as the airline's ramped up service. They hope to ramp up to 65 destinations by July 15th de mutual NBC news radio. Racial tensions obviously very high right now, and that is underscored by an incident involving a gun near Detroit Tommorrow. Gotti reports it started when a white woman bumped into a black woman's daughter while entering the chipotle Orion Township. It ended with a white woman, identified as Julian Westerberg, allegedly pulling a gun on the mother and daughter between the mom asked was to bird to apologize to a daughter, and it escalated from there. The mom recorded the incident on her phone, and she could be heard saying, Get the license plate and asking the cops be called. They were in the Oakland County Sheriff's Office is charging both Westerberg husband with felony assault, Eric Westberg was driving the car. Christina Ricci is leaving her husband after seven years of marriage, 40 year old Richie best known for her breakout role as Wednesday. Adams in the 1991 film The Adams Family, TM Z said she filed for divorce on Thursday from producer James Heared again, who has worked on films like Bergman and The Secret Life of Walter Mitty. The two reportedly met on the set of the Chopin am Court documents cite irreconcilable differences as the reason for their split reach. He was also given an emergency protective order by police after she said an incident happened where her husband Spit on her. Well, it's just not very nice in a pandemic. A class ring is back on a woman's finger after 45 years, thanks to a conversation between two firefighters Bettie Thompson loss or high school ring in Mandan, North Dakota, back in 1973. Mike Hanson was remodeling his home 25 years ago when he found that ring and then forgot about it. After the ring recently resurfaced, one of Hanson's fellow firefighter saw it and thought it might belong to someone in his extended family. Thompson told a TV station. She's thrilled to have it back. She said she felt pretty guilty losing the ring that her mother worked so hard for her to buy..

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"ricci" Discussed on AP News

AP News

12:50 min | 1 year ago

"ricci" Discussed on AP News

"There's another Hollywood divorce to talk about Christina Ricci is doing the split from her husband of 7 years the actress has filed documents in Los Angeles Superior Court to dissolve her union with James Hewitt again she cited irreconcilable differences as the reason and apparently cannot reconcile the idea of shared parenthood with her ex partner to beat her divorce filing seeks sole custody of their son who is 5 years old the couple met when he was running a camera for her TV series Pan Am in 2011 they began dating the following year I married in 2013 which is best known for her work as a young starred in movies like Casper and The Addams Family the movie she's done as an adult include black snake moan and buffalo 66 I'm Oscar wells Gabriel

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Christina Ricci files for divorce from husband of 7 years

AP News Radio

00:46 sec | 1 year ago

Christina Ricci files for divorce from husband of 7 years

"There's another Hollywood divorce to talk about Christina Ricci is doing the split from her husband of seven years the actress has filed documents in Los Angeles Superior Court to dissolve her union with James Hewitt again she cited irreconcilable differences as the reason and apparently cannot reconcile the idea of shared parenthood with her ex partner to beat her divorce filing seeks sole custody of their son who is five years old the couple met when he was running a camera for her TV series Pan Am in twenty eleven they began dating the following year I married in twenty thirteen which is best known for her work as a young starred in movies like Casper and The Addams Family the movie she's done as an adult include black snake moan and buffalo sixty six I'm Oscar wells Gabriel

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"ricci" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

05:51 min | 1 year ago

"ricci" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"The Exchequer Ricci soon Act Francine Lacqua catching up with him a couple of hours ago, Really emphasizing to support this economy will still need And the idea that really to recover. We need to reopen and do it carefully from New York City this morning. Good morning to you all along side. Some came together with Lisa Kravitz. I'm Jonathan Farrow. With equity futures totally unchanged in the S and P 500. We were negative a cup of Africa around 4 a.m. Eastern recovered into positive territory. We roll over. Around about a single point. In the last couple of minutes. In the bond market elsewhere, Treasury was coming to basis points to 0.67% on its senior years. Come in just a little bit. The curves slightly fat, flatter and foreign exchange really muted price action time. We keep saying it feels like any other Friday in this market, but we know for this country it is anything but Just another Friday. It is the oddest thing John to see the quiet in the market today and is talking to Kevin so really, just the extraordinary angst in this nation about the pandemic. Yesterday, folks who spent a lot of time looking at a basketball star and most you know the name LeBron James. What if you are able to talk to the LeBron James of the vaccine racket? We talked to the great Peter Hotez of Baylor. We talked to Steven Riley over Imperial College. Deborah Fuller owns the high ground at the University of Washington. And let me tell you recent images of her labs are simple. They looked like a war zone. It is a war to find a vaccine. Debra Fuller joins us in her early morning from the University of Washington. Dr Fuller. How close are you? To the vaccine that we all desperately need. Right? Well, my laboratory is currently in pre clinical studies for AH, candidate back scene and what That means that we're still testing it in animal models and haven't quite moved yet in human clinical trials. Tell us about that transfer and folks we need to say this because Dr Fuller, of course, leads the Washington National Primate Research Center. What are the risks as you move from primates over the testing on John Farrow? Yeah, the really, you know, risk are you know in the in the first initial testing in humans, it's really a phase one clinical trial and that is really done to test taking humans. Prior to reaching that point, we will have tested safety and in animals, including non human primates, and that includes things like toxicity reacted to necessity. Three ability of the vaccines to protect that animal from an infection and so have ah, what their amount of confidence at the time that we transition into humans that you know we've done everything we can you know, at that point in pre clinical Daddy's Teo to ensure success, particularly in the safety, if not also the efficacy of the vaccine. Doctor. I appreciate how seriously you answered that question. That's my colleague, Tom. Just trying a little bit of shade. It may comparing me to an animal doctors. We can keep it serious and think about the spread of this virus. Quite clearly, We have some fragility in places like Texas. What do they need to do now is pausing the re opening process. Enough to see this day to improve in the coming weeks and months. Yeah, you know, So you know, until we have a vaccine, which is really the most effective way to control pandemic, the measures that you know a number of groups are taking and such is where mass social distancing and the like, are still going to be very important as well as scaling up the testing. Because if you can identify where the virus is, who is infected that could help you know, communities control that infection much better so Really still in that domain of needing better testing and eating to maintain our social distancing and wearing mask, So you know viruses they just transmit. That's what they do in a song as there is a warm body for them to, In fact, they will find a way to infect that. So you know, until we have immunity built in the population we're still going to see And, you know, putting upticks of virus transmission and, you know, increased spread of the virus. You know a song that you know out there without that thing. Dr Fuller. You put it really well, this idea that we're basically buying time ahead of some sort of collective herd immunity that can really only be had either with massive deaths, catastrophic deaths or a vaccine and a lot of a slowdown in an economy with respect to getting a vaccine as early as thiss year, possibly early next year. How concerned are you about the safety of it, let alone the efficacy, but just the idea that it hasn't necessarily been tested over a longer term period. Yeah. Traditionally, vaccines have you know, taking their stepwise approach where you go to three phases of human clinical trial. The first phase, which we talked about already is just to make sure that it's safe. And that's usually a smaller number of people. And, you know, actually all phases of a clinical trial all the way through the second and third constantly, Cassie for safety, you know various boxes that have to be checked before they can move on to the next one. In a second phase that goes into a larger number of people, including, you know, people will be more vulnerable that Eugene comprised of people typically don't respond well to that seems such as the elderly and then in phase three year really testing ethically you're going Tio administer the vaccine could be tens of thousands of people Onda placebo to another tens of thousands of people, then comparing the two populations..

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"ricci" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

02:24 min | 1 year ago

"ricci" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"And I think you said the magic words Mister Ricci an unregulated business first the stock market which was highly regulated obviously think about with you were back at the time when they just open the stock market there with zero regulation in place you can have anything you wanted and go turn a profit on it there was nothing there to say otherwise until of course here we are all hundred plus years later and they've got every regulation including watchdog bodies watching everything that's going on holding place where is in this industry I gotta tell you because of my connections in all the years I've been around the business not only my expertise through experience but all the people that I speak to in all the information that's not made readily available to the regular general public is the reason why we're able to hit such a ridiculous percentage and on top of it that same mindset like we were talking about from being some ID that used to be a money manager to use that same philosophy the same algorithms and turn it into you know where here we can do risk versus profit and I got to tell you we have over a dozen strategies that we're going to incorporate throughout the duration of a relationship years years on end with client but the number one thing is getting started getting somebody right in the door with us maybe they want to get involved immediately even the people that I take on that are in geographic regions of interest to me where I deal with them even right out the gate okay in the high roll club these are guys that they understand when we're looking at this as a whole process okay we're able to head over eighty percent or even seventy percent to put a wheel in motion so that we're gonna be able to capitalize on every one of those groups are those blocks of games that come together whether it's three games for games seven games in a row we're going to really capitalize on those runs and when we lose weight losing minimal amount always one unit at a time if you're only losing one unit on every time you have a loss and every time you have a win you could pick up six to one eleven to one one three or four or five in a row which floor about the odds the scales completely tipped in your favor there's not a book maker out there that wants to take action from someone like that and that's why I'll say it again the books don't stand a chance when it comes to winning and losing money management strategy guys this is a way that you really can have a side business with an income that.

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"ricci" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

02:25 min | 1 year ago

"ricci" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"And I think you said the magic words Mister Ricci an unregulated business first the stock market which was highly regulated obviously think about with you were back at the time when they just open the stock market there with zero regulation in place you can have anything you wanted and go turn a profit on it there was nothing there to say otherwise until of course here we are all hundred plus years later and they've got every regulation including watchdog bodies watching everything that's going on hold in place where is in this industry I gotta tell you because of my connections in all the years I've been around the business not only my expertise through experience but all the people that I speak to in all the information that's not made readily available to the regular general public is the reason why we're able to hit such a ridiculous percentage and on top of it that same mindset like we were talking about from being somebody that used to be a money manager to use that same philosophy the same algorithms and turn it into you know where here we can do risk versus profit and I got to tell you we have over a dozen strategies that we're going to incorporate throughout the duration of a relationship years years on end with client but the number one thing is getting started getting somebody right in the door with us maybe they want to get involved immediately even the people that I take on that are in geographic regions of interest to me where I deal with them even right out the gate okay in the high roll club these are guys that they understand when we're looking at this as a whole process okay we're able to head over eighty percent or even seventy percent to put a wheel in motion so that we're gonna be able to capitalize on every one of those groups are those blocks of games that come together whether it's three games for games seven games in a row we're going to really capitalize on those runs and when we lose weight losing minimal amount always one unit at a time if you're only losing one unit on every time you have a loss and every time you have a win you could pick up six to one eleven to one one three or four or five in a row which floor about the odds the scales completely tipped in your favor there's not a book maker out there that wants to take action from someone like that and that's why I'll say it again the books don't stand a chance when it comes to winning and losing money management strategy guys this is a way that you really can have a side business with an income that.

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"ricci" Discussed on Migratory Patterns

Migratory Patterns

08:54 min | 2 years ago

"ricci" Discussed on Migratory Patterns

"All right I'm here with a Lotta millions in Libya. Ms inskeep some guests on previous episodes this month of migratory patterns Adams. We're here for our detour. We're taking a little trip off a side road here. We're GONNA talk about life living overseas and one of the things. I WanNa talk about you you guys because it's been a while since I've been involved in this aspect of overseas living is the dating scene so I I am happily married and I before I was married. I had a girlfriend for about three and a half years so I haven't dated while living overseas. He's in quite a while. So let me ask you. You're kind of new to the overseas thing. You've both been overseas for nine months now. Nine months you're about to head back to the US asafter your stint overseas looking at comeback. But one of the things that happens is when you're overseas especially if you're in college you want to be out there having fun and I just WanNa know how how's that gone so we're kind of both of us are weird situation. We were in long term relationships that we ended right before coming. Oh uh-huh Liberation Times ten. These like I'm moving overseas so I have to bring up or was this like I'm breaking up by the way. Oh it's happening originally inspired by the fact that we're going to be hired by I. I like the way you phrased. That's a Freudian slip. I love 'cause you don't ways almost harder because it's like he's still you know. have some feelings of connection there. And it's like you're still far apart but you're trying to not talk to each other you're trying to make breaking up work different situations but Yeah Yeah Yeah but I I think both of us were ready to kind of see what else the world had and what better way than to see the world everyone out there so so you know I. I've known people who have done long distance things sometimes for years when they moved overseas. Especially when it's been for school and they know there's an end point. I'm just interested in that whole thing but we're going to put that aside from it because that's not what you guys did. So when you you guys Italy I then he came to Beijing right. Did you try dating in both of those countries. How how long did take you to start to feel like you wanted to date so at least for me in Rome? I mean my intention was to travel not to date. Well it's known as I mean you know exactly exactly but if I met someone else going like whatever I would I would go for it. I actually met Swiss guard very weird experience. This dress like that day. Thank God but very different culture where he came from middle of nowhere in in Switzerland and honestly a bit sexist so that was interesting to deal with the honor. The yeah that was only the real main experience I had Rono Italian talion men. Actually I wasn't a fan. Okay not my type but here. It's a bit different. And lets us go on about her experience in Italy. Yes so I any any Swiss guards for you. I'm okay with that I was. I mean I knew I had dated the same guy all through college up to this point so I didn't really know. Oh the dating scene at all but my roommate at the time was just wild and so she's like we got it gets you out there. You go to any man in Italy and ask Him for Light Aneurin in your in Okay and so honestly three weeks inch we go to this outdoor club and she. There's a group of guys skogoe pushes me in. I'm like hey you guys. Let's have light and immediately. I got three of them. Turn and such a bad movie. He saw that. It's ridiculous so it so for me in Rome. I never dated anyone but I went on a lot of dates with people just but I never like Villi plan is just people you meet out and you spend the night I talked to him. And it's it's a good time but I I think there's only one guy that I ever like met up with again but I for me. I was just kind of more like I want to survey the scene. I WanNa see what else is out there rather than I was not looking for another relationship again at that actually so I do want to hear about what it's like here in Beijing because that's what I'm familiar with but I'm interested in the where were you gravitating towards Italian guys local guys or other foreigners there's like what would the circles that you were finding yourselves fishing. Inland honestly just meet more foreigners than Italian men and it was interesting when we traveled. I met more Italian. You you need more. Foreigners laid it. Yeah that's exactly right like I met people from all over the world like there and here in Beijing to like I've met so many experts everywhere I don't think I had any experiences dances. Talion guys either. Honestly some guy is interesting. It's like a diverse group wherever you go so when you came to Beijing. was there a different energy to the dating scene. which the social scene there was in Rome? Yeah definitely Trying to think we'll start with it. I mean for me. I don't Tom how I pictured it. It's kind of like your ex pats in Beijing. So it's like it's that community and you Kinda just like lake. I think I think for manse a more mature crowd. Yeah so brome. It's kind of like glorified vacation provide study abroad. You know anywhere. You're Komo stereotypical alzira art students lot. Yes I mean most of the people that I met Students are like young people. Here you meet a lot of like more like like people. Just come here to visit like teaching this year. Here for Whatever so feeling? I've met a much more. I feel like a more interesting people intellectually stimulating format. Cute Okay but if you can have a conversation off all right well I have to say as one of those guys is probably not the cutest but like the fancy himself but decent talker. That makes me feel again. I'm happily married so so in terms of the actual going out on dates or the finding people to have fun with or whatever ever my my recollections of the scene it was very I will say this the women that I was friends with complained a lot. They would complain that Oh my God. All all the foreign guys are just sleeping with Chinese girls dating Chinese girls and they didn't want to date Chinese men because there was this cultural difference and they felt like they couldn't bridget having dated from the culture and knowing women Western women who have MA- ended up marrying Chinese man. I know that can be a bit overblown. But what was your take on the social dynamics between you interfacing with foreign guys dating scenario vis-a-vis wasn't availability. Ability problems how did that work. What you said was accurate? I mean so. We have a ton of guys who talked about the dating. I seen before rhythm. And they're like Y'all we let the Asian woman They say that your there very often played awesome at some pretty rude than Eddie Mental. Richard Guys saw. Yeah but I mean that's kind of I mean both of us can say like we haven't met really any Chinese guys that we it's different like I guess the places we go is mostly ex pats. I think it's mostly where we hang out. It's it is more of an ex PAT PAT area and it's like there hasn't been opportunity to me. Sure Chinese men and also at least Beijing might be different in Shanghai. Where more more Chinese speak English? Actually here. It's not I don't I haven't really met anyone who to call and language barriers. The hardest part the chain's menu do me like I mean there's language but it's just hard to overcome so that's why I kind of gravitate towards ex guys also aren't here on a language program so we have. We have base level Chinese and Chinese men. They come up. You know they talked to us. You know you're you're you look completely different. So they're like hey and everything reading and we talked through what's out or sorry we chat and that's kind of how we let the conversation. I was like yeah ta it's base level like really connect. Yeah Doubt Way with them. So that's why the more drawn towards ex-pats is that area. Yeah just for us. If we add more language than I think it'd be a much different. Yeah I will say as a guy I would talk to my female.

The Fight to Change Frat Culture

What Next | Daily News and Analysis

03:45 min | 2 years ago

The Fight to Change Frat Culture

"And dozens Doug fear, burgers, a lawyer. He specializes in cases, where young people have gotten hurt at school. He calls it school violence law in erms of the number of families represented whose children have died fifteen or so and others who've been tremendously hurt dozens and dozens Doug is taken a particular interest in the target rich environment of negligent fraternities or as he calls them dirtbag. Fraternities? We've taken the time to understand exactly how miss guided. The fraternity system is a dangerous. It is the sexual assaults perpetrated at frat parties the hazing related injuries and deaths. Doug says these aren't surprising one off tragedies. Their predictable products of reckless. Institutions every journey house across the country is essentially managed by popularly elected eighteen nineteen twenty year old who as history shown or statistics shown, part of a group of is the largest known binge drinkers and college campus, then individual with little training is often called upon to make life and death decisions or to intervene in circumstances that may cause harm to women in time. And again, it's failed. According to Doug, the way fraternities do business would seem odd in any other industry when national Greek organizations insurance premiums rise because they're getting sued for hazing or sexual assault. They don't take actions to prevent hazing or sexual assault. They just pass those higher insurance costs on the frat members who pay annual dues. Doug knows of one company that insures frats, and you can see they have had six thousand claims in more than sixty million in payouts. You know, how many women have been raped in the districts? You know, how many people who've been hurt to get the million a lot? But these financial pressures have put frats out of business or prompted any great reckoning. So people who wanna see the system change have been taking fraternities to court last week three yell university students sued their school for sex discrimination for allowing what they call a toxic frat culture to dominate the. All social scene all three students are winning. They all say they were grouped at frat parties in their first semesters at school their proposed fix. They want the frats to start admitting women and non binary students as members a CBS report noted a seeming contradiction in the case, if I am someone who goes into a party, the only place available for me to socialize which is a fraternity and I'm being groped and sexually assaulted and in an environment that I think is unsafe. Why do I want to join the fraternity why Doug things cases a bit of a stretch too? I have a hard time seeing how the laws going to force them to be gender neutral. But the suit against Yale shows, how people who believe the fraternity industry is fundamentally rotten are throwing everything at it. Just to see what sticks today on the show. I'll talk to Doug fear. Berg about some recent attempts to force fraternities to chain. Wjr in. Why so many of them have failed? I'm Christina Ricci filling today for Mary Harris. You're listening to what next stay with us.

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"ricci" Discussed on The View

The View

02:54 min | 2 years ago

"ricci" Discussed on The View

"So actress Christina Ricci has been a star since she was nine years old, but she claims trying to make your kid famous as child abuse, quote, unquote. She had a four shows a four year old son. And she said that he can decide if he wants to act when he becomes an adult. So, you know, and she also says that she enjoyed all of those years being, you know, the little Queen and everybody loves you it cetera. But I wonder about how good an idea this is for child. What do you think? I don't know that I would I decided never to do anything like that. I just think the the the pressure said your children, they mentioned it, and I kind of shut that down. I don't know. You know, I I don't mind them taking theater classes, they both play to instruments. I'm really I think it's wonderful to play instruments. I think theater is a wonderful outlet. I think it gives you a lot of confidence. They've they both done plays. But I just think doing it commercially. You know, you have to deal with the rejection, and your objectified so much. I think if they ever decided to do it as adults I would be fine with it. But she'll trial to actually ask the parent and says I want to be famous or does the parent basically pushed the kid into it? And I don't wanna more fame. Those more now than they used to because of all the stars. We've seen on YouTube, and they see how easy it is at a young age and reality TV, I've actually heard more and more from like, my friends and their kids that are getting to a nature they understand like I'm going to be famous too. And that's and they see how easy it is to obtain the issue that I've seen with some child actors like Michael Jordan, we've had on the show someone that. A good example. But it's went everywhere with him, and it was a big influence on. But there there aren't enough examples for me to say, they started really young famous. I've seen so many families take advantage of the kid being famous, and and that worries me I grew up doing musical theater, but my husband, and I we say to each other. If our daughter wants to to act, what do we do? I think you want to let them express themselves. But I think we'd be really cautious to in today's environment until they're me nervous. Yeah. What do you think? I don't know. I don't really know any kid actors, and I don't know any actors, but they get all depends on the parent and the situation and the set I guess you'd have to be I try not to judge other people's experiences, but Christina Ricci was a really famous tr-. I remember from casper the friendly ghost and the Addams family. So you know, I mean, she went through it. So I'll take our word for for. Adults to take rejection and criticism and jealousy. So you can imagine how uninformed you're just an unformed person in many ways when you're a child having reached adulthood, even in your twenties. Horns at the soccer games, you know, on the sidelines and not just that you'd drives you nuts with mental of the game. Then the kid is we'll know all the big that's one thing..

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"ricci" Discussed on Bunny Ears

Bunny Ears

04:18 min | 2 years ago

"ricci" Discussed on Bunny Ears

"How many people I told? Could he did you get I would go to these teen magazines? They have casper. Teachers, and I was lying. Like, I said, he there's there's other kids that worked for three months, and I was in for he didn't get he got love you got love people people people loved it does that that's not he tell people for years. Like, this is other kid does the voice he did all the work. But no you to own that shit. We'll give. Yeah. I started to I m casper. Way to go twenty five years later. So I guess I'm casper, so Christina Ricci. How she I would. I would school there. Yes. I haven't seen her since I was twenty something years old. So I'm assuming she's still good. She asked me I'm going to year. I think I'm gonna see you in a couple of months at some event thing. Yeah. I'll ask about letter know you've been you've been asking. Well, she'd be on the podcast. I'll ask you. I will. Podcast. She's great. Like, I say we went to high school to go like, yeah. So she's there's no, no, no, no, no, no, no. No, there's there's no heat early that. She's a very lovely lady. And she was in casper with you. So she said you have two kids boys girls where you got a young young girl, two and a half. And then I have a boy that's just turned five being a dead to a girl a way better than being a dad to avoi- in a lot of ways. Yes. I'll give it to Peabody of. Yeah. Well, that's what I hear. Once once we turn fourteen switches around the boy wants to sleep all day and the girl wants to kill you right now right now, it's like you'll you'll west guard should be should be over on the couch, and she'll be coloring and should be sitting slid quietly and nice and high daddy and color while the keyboard on Boyce swinging from the chandeliers on fire. Hold of a world. So yeah, they're five and two five and two almost three. Yeah, they go the schooling thing was that like I mean because sometimes like, you know, actually like before they're even born you actually have to enroll them. Yeah. It's really weird. We've we've we've discussed moving from Calabasas right now. And so the the school that were bias there's a lot of successful industry people. And it's and you worry you see the kids around Calabasas sixteen years old just got their learner's licence, and they're driving Lamborghini or something like that. You gotta wonder like is this where Persian security guards or something everything. Loaded. Although who your dad is over you mom is. And so we're thinking whether this is the type of world we want. I mean, the Kardashians are on the other side of the highway and Drake's up the streets. Yeah. Yeah. Every day Spitzer Spitzer. Which dashing, would you would you prefer to ask about you? Thinking about like skipping town going back to. Any we've talked what Tennessee for second. And we talked about you people Nashville you talking or Nashville Memphis known handled Nashville. Here's the problem with Nashville me, I'm that's the problem atheists, and it's very it's very church E town. I'm sure I would get along fine there. But you know, I don't know. I it's fine. It's not to religious kind of thing. I've been there at least enough. It's all right. You can pull it up a meeting three into. It's great. This order your food. Right. It's all give me a piece of ham, right and two sides to. I wanted to move to Tennessee agree. It's a mean three is the meeting. We got the meat and three. It's it's a lean Tennessee to look in the they all know about the the meat and something. Yeah. So so bad, we're gonna check White's there with his third, man. A lot of stuff what actors done out there and to have that still that kind of the kids there's a hunting out there. Also, like if you wanna shoot some deer. Do you hunt? Now, I'm I'm just saying..

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"ricci" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

04:03 min | 2 years ago

"ricci" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

"This. Don't do doing ROY. That's awesome. Hey, James, it'll work rafting. I was up man. Hey, how's it going backstreet, boys? Live on the air. We're so excited to have you. We got AJ. We got how we got Nick from the backstreet, boys. I'm so excited about this is dream come true. I'm thirty three. So obviously, I grew up with you guys dominating TRL every day after school watching you guys biggest thing in the world. I cannot believe that this is actually happened right now. This is like my life Christian doing here in this moment. I have so many questions first question. I was introducing you guys with quit playing games with my heart. Obviously. Now, the video in my mind is iconic. But the the director actually like show his vision. Was there a story board or was it just I'm just gonna Hosie guys down while you wear these dress shirts. I quit playing games playing games. I mean, obviously, we all knew what the actual treatment was. I don't know if we necessarily knew how in depth. We were gonna go as far as the shirts being open and all the rain and whatnot. And then how he being cold water topless pretty much. Yeah. But I mean voted obviously, the fans enjoyed it thoroughly. So the water was very cold if he can tell yes. Was the nipples toba story sticking with the music video theme when you guys did everybody where you guys are aware that you were in the same house where they recorded casper. You know, what actually somebody told me that not that long ago, actually, which is pretty awesome. What was cast for the movie casper? The friendly goes place that we did. Yeah. Live action feature. Yeah. Wanna floor Christina Ricci, right? Yes. Yeah. Yeah. That was what we did. Yeah. On the way. On fact, teaching you something right now, obviously, your lives have been crazy and now had families aged and you've gotten to see the rewards. I know that I've seen I've seen the documentary and come from that tense height, which is just surreal to describe to having. What might what most would describe as an apex of their career? But for you guys comparably was a bit of a lull and to now reflect back on it have you guys matured as artists have you coped how you dealt how have you guys individually dealt with that sort of transition. I mean, I think you know, obviously, we can look back, and we can honestly I could speak on all of us. We have no we have zero regrets everything happening xactly how it was meant to be the highs lows, good, bad indifferent. I think whenever we did go through any kind of a lull it definitely made us band together closer as a group closer as a family of brothers. We all lean on one another. You know, whatever the case is if it's something positive something negative. But I think obviously, we always go back to the music, and the fact that we still love what we do passionate about it. We're having fun. We're enjoying life or enjoying being able to to continue creating really good quality music. That's been able to kind of transcend over almost twenty six years. So, you know, if it's not broke don't fix it. And if it is take it apart figure out why. So we're super blessed to be here. Now twenty six years later Grammy nomination a number one record. It's it's just it's just mind blowing. Commercial with chance the rapper with dorito does for the Super Bowl. I mean, it doesn't get better, bro. I think he wants to play hot nachos. Yes. Nachos guys who stalker right now. It's a brand new stalker. This is the first interview with an eagle in the back of. She hates fame the most. Which one are you hate Spain the most I mean, it seems ridiculous to say that you would hate Feng. That is Ryan. Yeah. Yeah. Probably Brian Brian. I think has a has a threshold teakettles living. We all we we've all nicknamed him cheek kettle because he kinda kettles like a tea kettle when he gets a little bit few museums a little mad or frustrated lyric saw a larger than life. I may run and hide when your skin my name he was trying to run and high try to run. All right. So who loves it the most who loves it..

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Mike Williams, Damian Williams And Chargers discussed on America in the Morning

America in the Morning

01:52 min | 3 years ago

Mike Williams, Damian Williams And Chargers discussed on America in the Morning

"Second. Philip rivers capped a seventy five yard drive with three yard scoring pass to Mike Williams now filed that name away you're gonna need it later. The chiefs came out after halftime March seventy four yards downfield for another TD Damian Williams two yard run made at twenty one seven but the chargers followed suit with a seventy six yard drive. Mike Williams ran it in the last nineteen yards to make it a seven point game. Another Casey drives seventy three yards opening up the fourth quarter, Damian Williams punched it in for a twenty eight fourteen lead Los Angeles had the answer. Seventy five yard drive just in Jackson's three yard run made it twenty eight twenty one with less than four minutes to play. The defense got a big stop and rivers. Drove the bolts sixty yards finally hitting Mike Williams right along the sideline for a touchdown after a video replay. It was twenty eight twenty seven four seconds left. They decide to go for two rivers dropped back and found Mike Williams wide open in the end zone. How did he get that? Open. Two point conversion wins the game both teams now eleven and three the chiefs all the tiebreaker for the division title in the home field in the playoffs. And the chargers say we're in the playoffs for the first time since two thousand thirteen have your own field. Big weekend coming up in football Sunday night game eagles and Rams Nick foles will start for Carson Wentz. Who's got back problems? Maybe a fractured vertebra that needs rest. So we'll see but that worked out, okay? For the eagles last year because polls took them to the Super Bowl. Monday night. Football is the saints in the Panthers in the NBA the rockets roared past the Lakers, one twenty six one eleven James harden, fifty point triple double night, ten rebounds, and eleven assists. I think he's got a future. Spurs bank. The clippers won twenty five to eighty seven. San Antonio with seven players in double figures. Lamarcus Aldridge had twenty-seven magic over the bulls. Ninety seven ninety one twenty-six for Nikolov was civic and the Suns burn the Mavericks ninety nine eighty nine TJ worn with thirty as Phoenix snaps. A ten game slide NHL Thursday lightning lit up the Maple Leafs. Four one breaking open a tie game with a three-goal second period Andrei vasilevskiy made forty eight. Eight saves in his first game back from a broken left foot. Tying the franchise record doesn't like easing your way back into action. Right. Tampa Bay fifty one points this season. Nobody else in the NHL has more than forty three blue jackets buzzed the kings, four to one predators connects four three in overtime jets the past the Oilers five four not Canadians chased the hurricane six four wild with the Panthers. Five one sabre skewered the coyotes three to one and the sharks and the stars three to two college football FCS playoffs tonight semi finals, South Dakota state and North Dakota state tomorrow, Maine and eastern Washington, then we've got five bowl games for the division. One schools on Saturday in Orlando, Albuquerque, Las Vegas, Montgomery and New Orleans. Check your local listings college basketball, number sixteen Wisconsin, sidestep savannah state one zero one to sixty baseball winter meetings in Las Vegas wrapped up yesterday with the rule five draft. Always popular Orioles had the first pick. They chose shortstop Ricci Martin from the as who had three hundred and double a ball last year. So now he'll be able to live LA Vida loca Ricky Martin that was. Expected. But then came a big surprise a three way trade of sluggers. The Mariners get Edwin Encarnacion from the Indians who reacquire first baseman Carlos Santana. Cleveland also got young first baseman Jake Bowers from the raise you picked up a couple of prospects. There was money involved in all like that. That's eleven players that Seattle has traded since the end of the season, including Santana who was just picked up from the Philly's last month that was busy. That's Friday sports. All right. Seven till. Vexed on America in the morning, new rock and Roll Hall of fame inductees after these messages. How fast can a career or business be ruined at the speed of internet. All it takes is a quick internet. Search showing older inaccurate results about you. And there goes your next great career opportunity for your next customer. 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#ANightInMerrick @latenightparent

Late Night Parents

06:11 min | 3 years ago

#ANightInMerrick @latenightparent

"Right now join t. mobile and get an unlimited family plan with Netflix included. So you can watch and more places than ever before on your phone, tablet or TV, plus by one, Samsung galaxy s. nine and get one free with twenty four monthly Bill credits. So you and your family can binge your Netflix favorites on your new phones, call one, eight hundred t mobile or visit a store today. Unlimited data on their network video streams at forty p small fraction of customers using over fifty gigs per month may have reduced speeds. If you cancel balances to we'll qualified customers full price, seven, twenty plus tax finance agreements required networks for two screens terms apply. And Hello. Once again, this is late night. Parents best ways Bala show is late. They parents dot com. Across from me is. Buddy extraordinaire. Friend to the room bring to me, and I think he goes by the name of Ricci v. Did he did what's going on? Man? That's a different introduction. Got to switch it up from time to time. Okay. All right. I'll go for that. I think. These headphones heels different feels different and the the new producer that we have in the in the office. Yes, we have an office producer and engineer, and he looks like he's twenty five. Again, I'm telling you Brian grazes in the building with a new haircut. Doing his high school internship. Oh my, but I think he got the haircut because his back to school, that's what it is getting ready. It must be getting shaved up getting high in tight, getting ready to go back to school. Okay. You're probably right. That's probably. I mean, we're hoping as with everything. We try to start off the show very lights, this really dark incidents that are happening. Rich. Yeah. You you kind of have to say, here we go again, it's not a school this time. Thank goodness. So you can't give teachers or you can't offer them guns and not on the teachers. This time you, you can't offer them an extra. I don't know. Ten dollars an HMO, right? Not this time. You know. I don't know this craziness in Jacksonville, Florida. I would be remiss if I didn't mention. I know a few people are gonna hate this, but a lot of these incident, these incidents happen everywhere, but don't these things tend to happen pop up in Florida. Don't you hear like different pockets? You start to wonder, is it the heat? I don't know. It's something what brings all this out, but for those who may not be aware, we're referencing a shooting that happened in Jacksonville, Florida this weekend and east sports. How petition so far? I believe the numbers nine people injured a couple of the Talibans. They haven't been able to find out an exact number on the fatalities. The suspect is one of the fatalities of the rights right? So it's it's that comes into play. Like I said, interview on Danny Thompson has featured guests for this week more of a friend to the room as he kicks off his podcasting, and you know, covering all different types of sports. We'll talk about Senator McCain at the second part of the show. Okay. After the interview, we'll talk about Neil Simon. Yes. At the second or third part of the show, I guess we'll jump in now. He's the editor. Pike caster broadcaster. For random sociation dot com. Danny Thompson is in the building Danny how you doing. Ted rich, it's so beautiful night, I guess, in Florida. But you know the incident today kind of dampened the nice ninety, five degree weather type. They were having down here today. So. Welcome to the show. Glad to hear that you do it well down there. Yeah, it's it's different. I mean, you know, the shooting today was just something that kinda changed a lot of things. No change the mindset, especially with being close to home, and you know, with it being a Madden tournaments, you know, the background of the my background being EA sports, working with some of the guys who actually helping throwing that tournament down there. So it's just like, you know, they're, they're safe and that's a good thing about the ask. Yeah. Yeah, they're good. And he always just that is so sad and my heart goes out to the people involved in the tragedy assist, you know, video games all the places you think schools went thing, but a video game tournament. So

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