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"rinehart" Discussed on That Sounds Fun with Annie F. Downs

That Sounds Fun with Annie F. Downs

06:48 min | 3 weeks ago

"rinehart" Discussed on That Sounds Fun with Annie F. Downs

"Need to breathe. Three bus is going to be switch. Put in the base of the bus or we may be deposit recount. How many beds but you do. You got them all man. That's fun to get to travel with friends like that too. Yeah it's it's we just had switched down We're working on something that we're not supposed to talk about this but Another song which is going to be dope but anyway it's just such a sweet. I mean john has been a mentor of mine for ever since kid just i would watch his interviews and like how he how he was going through it so really fun to see them. They love making music just as much as they ever have. Which is really cool to me. I feel like that's kind of where we're at so yes a lot of fun. I have barely been friends with john. But i know his parents really well surprisingly nice. And when you when you see where people come from you go like oh this is why donald timur amazing is that their parents are unbelievable and to raise those boys i asked him. I was like what what is. What did your parents do to make you guys so nice like this. He goes you know he's like my parents. My dad especially was really good at apologizing. Wow and i was like oh okay. That's less lesson for me. I gotta anyways but there. Yeah so it should be a fun. We're gonna have the most days several times. And we have a song with john on the new so he's a man that makes it. I mean it almost feels like we're going to one big show. Yeah totally it should feel that way. Yeah that's really good. That's again very good leadership. I'm just learning someday when someone's like anti tell me about your well. My mentor bear one of them. We're trying to do. It should be cool that you should consider what you might have already done. But we're trying to hire right now. A goodwill ambassador okay. What does that even just like. We want somebody to go out before. The show's whose full personality has approach anybody. And just help with like if kids wanna get stuff signed like bring it back to a sore moving like we have space in the pit down frana whatever we can pick a family you know sitting in the back bring them down to second like just make the day is like is enjoyable as possible for people come so anyway. There's an idea for you. Great idea why why what has been lacking that you saw from stage that made you want to bring someone like that. I think it's just like the further. This probably happened a long time ago back in the day. You know you play the show. You go out there and sign cds and meet. People aren't cds anymore and don't go out and just can't and has gone. It's gotten so crazy. Not because a coach just like you know family family people and it's like you just really tough so i feel like there's a disconnect sometimes to like people's experience that i'm always trying to let go out there are you know are the seats. Good or whatever. You're trying to do that. Different venues and all that so i think just having somebody who has our thoughts in mind in terms of like man. We just want these people. They paid a lot of money for the put. Aside the time like the auditors have a great experience and every time i go to like an nba game or something. Like why aren't concerts. More like this. I mean everything was a timeout. Something's awesome like a kiss cam. She asked why campus not yet discussed. The kiss. Cam discussed numerous ideas. But how would it be concerts for interactive as well. So we're working some of that stuff. So i think you'll see some of that stuff on the tour. We're like you know we can get get questions and things that host and all that stuff that's one of our friends asked. Is there anything special and tour for the tour and so Yeah it's it's just anyways it's part of why we've always wanted to be bigger people saying that people think i mean it just always was like every time you do a tour there's limitations of what you can take know if you're an arena. You can now we can do staging can do all these like. And we've always been jealous of that. We always thought like man. That's such a awesome gift. Have the piano. Just come out of the stage gives people such good memory. And so i think for us. That's where this thing is kind of live. It's the biggest tour most ambitious in that way. Or it's like man we can just do a lot of crazy things and off. I want you at some point to do that. Thing that instinct sinks to do where they pop up shoots you put that in your dream job. I would put that in the drink. I don't know if i'm going to do like do. I have a good one such a good job. Because i think one of the problems we have in problem is not the right word but i don't have a better one yet. One of the problems we have is that we want people to experience us in a room like a show the way they experienced us on instagram or when with our music or with our work or here i mean now they feel and it's true that there's a friendship with you and the person listening and with me and the person listening and then if we get in a room and they have a terrible experience. They're like well. Which is the real anna which is a real bear right right much. Were you responsible for and all that. Yeah i think that's always a thing with our dealers like you freak out about a story of something like that as a bad experience the seeds on workout right or whatever it is and it's just like it's impossible to cover all of that but the idea was like we'll put our money where mouth is like like brings money on the road that can really help us fat and kind of be an extension of us out there. That's right. That's i mean that is my dream is that people feel like the same friend. They know everybody else is a friend. They see the live. Show goodwill ambassador. Fine you're gonna pay master. That's a salary mason. I'm what you just need to get one. Good way a bastard who works for all of us every putting posting on online right. Now you can go. Can you imagine how much i'd have loved that job. If i didn't have a job. I right now. The thing we started talking about ideas of how to do it. And it's just like there's certain personalities that live for that you know for that interaction so there'll be a lot funnier than me and i guess what i'm about to make your dave and better come on to how what do want signed brilliant Okay i don't remember if i asked you this last time but it's a head so i'm gonna ask you this time when our friends come to the show when they're falling on socials when they see you at a restaurant i don't know and they think man i love their and need to read. What do you want them to pray for you. Oh man that's a great question I you know. I think my biggest struggle is is looking around at what i do and trying to not judge the results of it. I think. That's that's my struggle. I mean i think it's easier read something go..

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Sabres snap Bruins' season-best 6-game win streak in 6-4 win

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | 5 months ago

Sabres snap Bruins' season-best 6-game win streak in 6-4 win

"Sam Reinhart scored three times including the game clinching empty netter that sealed the Sabres six four win over the Bruins Steven Kampfer had a goal and two assists for the Bruins who ended a six game winning streak and remain four points out of first place in the east division das tablet hockey games when the sharks or actually lost eight nine minutes of the game so it's our it's on us in the room Reinhardt's power play goal put buffalo ahead five one four and a half minutes into the third period but to be scored three times in a five a six band later in the period before Rinehart completed his hat trick Rasmus Dahlin had a goal and an assist as buffalo snapped in waiting to skate against the Bruins I'm the ferry

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"rinehart" Discussed on The Social-Engineer Podcast

The Social-Engineer Podcast

01:38 min | 7 months ago

"rinehart" Discussed on The Social-Engineer Podcast

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"rinehart" Discussed on Music in Motion Columbus

Music in Motion Columbus

04:39 min | 9 months ago

"rinehart" Discussed on Music in Motion Columbus

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"rinehart" Discussed on Music in Motion Columbus

Music in Motion Columbus

03:59 min | 9 months ago

"rinehart" Discussed on Music in Motion Columbus

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"rinehart" Discussed on Music in Motion Columbus

Music in Motion Columbus

03:13 min | 9 months ago

"rinehart" Discussed on Music in Motion Columbus

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"rinehart" Discussed on That Sounds Fun with Annie F. Downs

That Sounds Fun with Annie F. Downs

01:31 min | 1 year ago

"rinehart" Discussed on That Sounds Fun with Annie F. Downs

"Oh friends don't you love him he's great as I thought he would be I mean what an absolute joy in a tree I'm so glad that we got to meet bear get to know him a little bit better in a different setting such a nice dude you guys and probably like many of you have been a longtime need debris fan an out. Of Body is my favorite record to date. I'm not just saying that because I'm friends with the guys I mean I really absolutely love this album and I think you will too. So Hey, make sure you give bear Rinehart a follow on instagram twitter. Tell him thanks for being on the show and grab a copy of their new album out of body beneath. Embarrassingly easy to find any F- downs, instagram, twitter facebook, all the places you may need me that is how you can find me. Hey, and if you've got a need to breathe fan in your life that you know love their music or maybe your friends also love wildwoods like I do make sure you share this show with them. So they can hear this conversation with bear and if you get a chance to rate and review the show wherever you love listening to podcasts that really means a lot to me so I would really appreciate it. I think that's it for me today friends I, hope you have a great holiday weekend if you're in. America this is Labor Day weekend. Hope you have a great holiday weekend, get some rest, get some rest get some rest. You guys you need to let your body's recode after long weeks. So get some rest. Have a great weekend go out or stay home and do something fun. I will do the same and we'll be back here on Monday with movies aren't even ready and a great set of shows next week we'll see you on Monday. Have a great weekend..

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"rinehart" Discussed on That Sounds Fun with Annie F. Downs

That Sounds Fun with Annie F. Downs

04:41 min | 1 year ago

"rinehart" Discussed on That Sounds Fun with Annie F. Downs

"Yeah David Anti or barns are like my emergency contact they're like my family and so his last show at the Reimann when everybody had I walked onstage from the back and I just thought what it must feel like to play this room for real all their sweeping. Here in the bright lights. Man I, I can't Yup. That's awesome. It's. Totally. I'm I think I think being like rednecks southern There's an element of that but the fact is a church. The fact is like Nashville always for me because you know we weren't from here. Always felt like this thing that you. Some sort of club or something you had to conquer, and now that I'm here it's not that's not really what the point is. You know it's more but I think a time just up we felt like outsiders for term, we always felt like that for whatever reason being. This is we've made it into the circle. You can still sing outsiders if we can. Speak of church. What was it like finding a new church when Y'all got here interesting book. But cool. You know I I had gone to a church up here when I visited. Okay. So my wife it's been it's been a funny process where she really needs to make the decision whatever it is. So a lot of times it'll be like I think this is where we should go to church. He's like, okay we're going to visit ten. And then we'll make the choice. You know how I got here. It was like I was gone a lot. So she was visiting them all. So by the time I'd come off the road she had decided that the church originally said was the one we're going to. Number dishing out yeah she is a she's a loyal six right Half. Yeah. So she's like but she does the that's the way she chooses everything. I think it was what we should do. You live in Franklin she's like well, we're GONNA, look into himself and then we're GONNA. Work our way down slowly until. But my idea Franklin. Joined the road with the McLaughlin's directors in the bar. I was that is awesome part of town. It's amazing. Yeah. Yeah and I've actually run into them I. Mean those guys are so classic Nashville like. I I mean they couldn't be they should have their own show I. Love The podcast but they should have their own TV show. Coming. Okay. Is there anything we didn't? Talk about I don't think so you're happy I think. So yeah. Okay. So the last question we always ask because the show is called that sounds fine. Tell me what you do for fun. This engine me, but don't have a great answer for it just because now. What I'm working on right now, and that's all Dave. Barnes added something like this in his yard and we have we moved into a house on top of the hill and it's it is a massive hill is like a very scary kind of and we've had we've we bought three slip and slides and we put together right? Now my buddies and I are building a more of like a tarp situation where it goes all the way at the bottom. Bales of Hay. Oh. Yeah. So GOING DOWN WE'RE GONNA work on. We've got numerous hoses going so and it should be but like an adult slip and slide that goes probably I don't know hundred yards. No not and and I I don't know if. All injured likely we separated shoulder. But we promised video it but that's kind of that's I'm really looking forward to that. I'm just saying when you open up in the barns or they're coming say David, on you're gonNA throw in there you might not have one person do. have. You tried it yet I have not I've did I did this live inside of the three in a row And the kids really. Around. Yeah. Yeah. And they can. You can really get after that. They also make this big thing that has a slide like a jump castle thing. You put that at the top or thinking maybe Oh, to go down the slide of then hit the talks. It's like, what are you? Going to be why we're going to have little bumpers. Bumpers yeah. Feels like you need to have some exits in case someone feels like to know what's your in your name? Here's football helmet. You can wear that and then. Well Luckily you know this from Charleston to we've got a full six weeks left of hot oh. Yes. I've off. The winter sledding. That's right. Same thing you can just I sit up and then that's really separate our shoulders. Turning my boys into dare-devils but hey, they were going to do that either way. That's the way you are born toys just come out that way. Okay. So see that's fun. That's fun. That's a great answer. Thanks so many people come in with insecure finances. I'm always like if it's fun to. Do it. Yeah..

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"rinehart" Discussed on That Sounds Fun with Annie F. Downs

That Sounds Fun with Annie F. Downs

04:54 min | 1 year ago

"rinehart" Discussed on That Sounds Fun with Annie F. Downs

"We don't know how to set up for success. And and how to win and what to call in. So even what I'm hearing, you say that I'm not sure I've heard anybody say to me before it's like even in marriages and even in relationships there should be goals that you go like, Hey, we did the thing we do. Yeah. Celebrate it, and you know because I do think it's it's so much based on your feelings. Are We? Okay? Marriage. Question of like I I'm on. My person he's always like, no, we're not. Okay. This. This life is crazy. We're going you know that's how I answered every time. It's got nice like you know what at least we're trying to do what we said we're going to do and we're you know we're in it together. Yeah that's right. Okay. So I heard there's a podcast I liked called advil. For Dad's Day. Barnes. States and John asked a question this week to Tony Hale that I am in love with and he said if you could go back and relive one thing, not redo it but relive it. So I'd love to know is there like a show you'd go back. I know you love all your shows I love all the things I love all the podcasts I know. But could you go is one show that you're like if I could relive that show there's probably you know sadly, there's probably a hundred things like that. Yeah I one thing I just the first time of everything I. Wish I could relive I think for me coming with a personality and having sort of like. Anxiety going into things, you can really focus on the wrong things especially in my career and I just you know the first time we played Leno, it was like the biggest thing for A. Small down kids like when you finally do it, it's going to be. And then it just went by so fast because I was like you know. Like what what just happened? So I would relive that I think just trying to enjoy that I. I've gotten better at that but it took us even like Red Rock. It took us four times to play it for I was like, okay. I'm actually here right now I'm not so focused on what I'm doing that just goes by ten minutes with red rocks like the venue that you're like this one it was funny is like at first the venue was the music farm in Charleston which is like share you know nine hundred people maybe. That was the we were like we made it if we make it. You know and then there was next their online. Yeah, it's a I. Mean it's you know Kinda create. We had a we did a charity event there I think Dave was there that day but just the Haiti one yeah. Yeah. Yeah. So that like I think that was the first time we ever played in there and all of us walked off of they're like, Oh man, we have to do this and so it's been really cool to kind of feel like you even more comfortable going back to it at. Times and but yeah. Then red rocks red rocks to me the best in the world is just. There's nothing like it and I love how people. Anticipation is this everything music, right? So like people, there's eighty percent last year I think when we played a eighty percent of the people were from out, of Colorado. So they're flying in there, making a trip of I, mean they're going to have a great time regardless if we sucker not. Exactly. So there's just such a energy around that. Really Fun I'm an instagram seven in anticipation is a big thing for us, and that feels like one of the biggest losses of twenty twenty is is we don't get to look forward to concerts and we don't like it's almost like not only are we not get to do things but I also had to remove is that y'all know? Someone's about to play the Ryan this week. No originally it was it was a band that I we had bought tickets. And I and Ben Rector probably. been. Yeah. Got, man, the the loss of anticipation is something we couldn't have known would've oh. Yeah. Yeah and it's weird I'm so eight. Sorry. Yes. Yeah. So just don't don't threaten me. That's right but I do think that's a real. That's a real thing for me to this loss of. TRIPS, and all that kind of stuff like so you know and it's kind of Nice to go like. John. Former, told me this thing I said, how are you doing buddy during the honestly kind of house of mirrors around here You know how we been gone so much you come home and then all the sudden it's like, I've gotta deal with a lot of things that I haven't you know and I think probably ton of people resonate with that because jobs are changing and kids are home from school and that stuff. So it's made us for. Its forced US I think to get some things that we probably wouldn't have and it's being honest. He's been great for us but on that stuff yeah I say I've had parts of that event. So such a gift even if painful gift to go. Oh, man a tendency to be a glutton about anything is just amped up when we watch all the TV. Eat and drink all the things. Let me. Because I just don't WanNa, be lonely and sad then you go. Ooh, maybe I'm just supposed to feel this right for a reason..

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"rinehart" Discussed on That Sounds Fun with Annie F. Downs

That Sounds Fun with Annie F. Downs

06:10 min | 1 year ago

"rinehart" Discussed on That Sounds Fun with Annie F. Downs

"That sounds fun at checkout and now back to the show. What. What did you lose during the pandemic? What was the cost royal for you? Personally I think we've been really fortunate. I can't say enough I just feel like So many musicians in our that maybe you're like in a earlier time in their career development like I don't if this happened to us ten years ago I don't know if needed we still need to breathe you know and so I think that to me is scary and have so many friends that are in the in the business and just got into tour bus, for instance, just sort of make a dime. And it's like it's so hard. Yeah. I mean that people I think know this but the been is like it's really you have to be an insane person to make it. You have to you know have to continue going out there for years when you're not making anything. Though one's telling you should keep doing it. So that's probably the thing I look around ago man that's just going to have a long-term effect on creativity and so yeah, that's it. But I honestly, our kids are not in school. We really fortunate that the they they love quarantine. Yes. Like mom and dad are home all the time. Sweet. So. Not Too. Much complain about. With having a kid during. Like were you allowed to be in the room with your wife was only one. Yeah. Yeah. I was the only one there and we masks and all that. But honestly, it wasn't it was kind of Nice because the day after normally you have all these. Visitors and stuff, and you can't. So it was really peaceful. I felt like we kinda got a chance to kind of like process the moment a little bit more just me and her which which. I. Liked the movie. That's an introvert. Healthy Guy and you this I don't. Think we can you know it's good. It's take this time and we had the most crazy. This is not probably we're talking about on this thing, but we had the most great. She she the Labor in everything lasted about an hour. So from the time that she said, Franklin for us to drive to vanderbilt and all of that. So we got to the I mean I if I didn't valet my car at the hospital, I would not have seen it. It was they were like five minutes ago. You'd be having this like baby in your car Oh my God y'all got. I mean she was like it's a triage. Where we had it. been make it no, there's no. There's no nothing. She wasn't actor all natural lime. Yeah and they just go their loved it like the midwife was in there she goes she goes Mary we're having this baby and it's GonNa. Be Great. And I? They're like, oh. Here we go. The other two longer Oh, crazy too 'cause like the first one the first one they sent home. She's really stoic alive and she can be like, and so they sent us home of course like this scene from the nineteen twenties of the I think has happened in our bedroom at. Trying to get her back she goes into the into the hospital with no pants on. Just, wearing the shirt like get me. Out that the first and the second one I booked one show. This is four weeks or a three or four weeks before right? You know and it's the middle of nowhere. So traveled all night I drove slip in the airport. And of course I I walked in and she added them a minute later. And then I like passed out from I haven't eaten slept. Under. Like Oh. No Jesse. Four. Beds next to each other becky literally was what I mean we've had. A non in. All been kind of crazy but all your. From the start that is wild when you think about the three of them is that how wilder woods got its name? because. It's the boys names. Yes. Okay and you'll keep doing more with water woods. Think. So yeah, I don't I don't know if I'll keep it while woods name or not but I I I really loved the process of doing outside of the band like when you start thing especially, it's been almost twenty years. So it's like the train has left the station it is what it is and I love it but it's also kind of not just ours anymore know all these people who listen to the music it's their suit and so it was nice to go into something where it was like there's it's not a means to an end making music just because. That's what I like to do you know I. Don't need to make money on it I. Don't know it's you know that was really refreshing and now I'm Kinda like sold on the idea Jon Foreman is the one. That's yeah. He told me a lot about that. He was just like man. I really like being need to breathe more if you do this and so I did you know I, really do I think coming back I've written more and enjoy the time more because of the space away. I Love Don Foreman's Selo stuff to oh man hey, he's That guy just never stops and we're working on something together, which would be cool in the next the next thing we do. So. Yes. Yeah. Now I'm GonNa get you to teach me something had a call yesterday with. With like my financial planner and talking about Anne if your voice stops working, we need to have these three things in place and I was like, would you? Because I hadn't thought about that two thirds of my job traveling and speaking and doing the podcast all depend on my voice and someone when I was reading through the questions this morning cindy whenever a questions was, how do you maintain a healthy boys and I was like Oh this is going to be. All of a sudden. Very stressed. Yeah I am very. Did Yeah every time somebody has the surgery or something like taking six months off I'm like oh no. But. It's been I would say my my rules don't apply to everyone weird voice I i. literally, if I don't sing for, let's say a week or ten days I couldn't make it through twenty minutes of our concert of our to our concert. Really. Yeah. So it really goes away for me. So I have to kind of stay in the moment. So I got this a couple of years ago probably three or four years ago I had a really embarrassing festival moment where I was sick and it was like this next thing you know.

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"rinehart" Discussed on That Sounds Fun with Annie F. Downs

That Sounds Fun with Annie F. Downs

03:09 min | 1 year ago

"rinehart" Discussed on That Sounds Fun with Annie F. Downs

"Hundred absolute truths. Here's what you need to learn. And if you went back and looked at that, now, talk about a book that didn't age well. As, just a lot less of those now and and that's more comforting. Isn't it? You know to me than than trying to have it all figured out. So yeah, I think that's kind of the way I look about the music and like well, it must have been there for a purpose is not hours you know I do feel like we're whatever term you WANNA use a conduit. You know for what God is doing in our lives at the time and most of my surprising says to me has been in moments where I didn't really wasn't aware what I was writing about really I thought I was you know I'm writing about my own thing and I'm being honest about it and then a year later Mike. WHOA. That's more hopeful than I thought it was definitely not the way I felt when I was writing. and. So that's that's encouraging to me at least to be like look at the process and we go in there and we do the best we can, and you know what God gives us and then. People like great. If they don't. Then we'll make another one. So how has quarantine affected a new album? Did you write more? Did you write less like what is this year ended up? wrote a ton more it's weird I. I'm not sure I'm still trying to figure out exactly why Maybe just to get away from my kids a little bit. I really got into trying to finish things the whole process of demos and all that is part of the process of of music that I don't like what is that for those of us who don't make me just like the recording engineering part, you know Oughta write a song in my room and just keep it around until we make a record and now everybody wants to hear a demo and it's got a sound great. So there's so many people in Nashville you can go to their house and do a demo. So there you don't have to learn all the tools, all technical tools but I spent some time doing that on my solo record and now, and I'm so thankful that I did. So it kind of economy was like well, even though you're not good this, you're forced to do this now. So you get sort of like a window. So I really just probably wrote sixty songs maybe in that time Haiti. Yeah. impressive. It was. Yeah. It's most most I mean it's the most prolific time I've had in my life. Will they be need to breathe or water woods little bit both yeah. Yeah. I think there's going to be new need to read the material way before people think like maybe within the year. So yeah, I'm. Just even though out about it just comes out guess. God. We're going is going to be real a lot faster right so but it feels it felt right I think there's an element to like my wife's a nurse practitioner and so I've always thought of what she does. Is More valuable than me or more important or something But I think during this time you know if feels like music is a little bit more like medicine. A little more like you're doing this for the whole world is going through the same thing at the same time and So had more purpose behind it to me some way. So that's kind of exciting I felt like I was like going to work do my job that God gave me to do you know? The one thing.

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"rinehart" Discussed on That Sounds Fun with Annie F. Downs

That Sounds Fun with Annie F. Downs

07:10 min | 1 year ago

"rinehart" Discussed on That Sounds Fun with Annie F. Downs

"And so I wonder if talk a little bit about you and your wife, if you don't mind and that the banks of the river idea of. Are you intimidating married to a strong woman? Is it hard to be married? Just it sounds like she's like, no not. Super Sharp. She's way smarter than me. She worked harder than me she. No I'm not intimidated by the always felt like I needed that and maybe one you know thing looking back on the ban and all those kind of things I, I've I played football growing up and so you need a good team and you're like you never like I just want to have all the you know highlights and no one else. You know how important that is I think Marines which my wife she got fill that in a way to me I was always like well, and she's still me away by kind of how hard core she is certain. And so no, I love that and I am happy to be like the second place person in the in most of the decisions and the relationship and all that maybe wouldn't think that maybe because bear name or something I don't know. But now I do I do love that have have kind of felt that way. My mom was the same way. You know. So my grandmother she yeah. He kind of has a lot of women life. Yeah. Three dates I know. Tell them find somebody now. Um Look for the garage they're playing football with yeah. Exactly. Exactly knows how to be a team. What do you know about God after having three boys now that you didn't know before Oh man. It's so much easier as a parent to see how you know. We are loved I. think that's probably the hardest thing for me. You know in life in general like we have this new song who am I, which is about this idea? But it's just that's my real feeling day in day out, you know tell my wife like if I'm get a chance to think about it, I can really embrace that during the day. If I wake up in the middle of the night though I kind of feel like Whoa I've got all this anxious things and maybe I'm not good enough and all those. And so with the boys. I just the way I look at them like they can really be held I don't know if I can say. But like I, they can be just you know absolutely crazy to think about like. A week old. Yeah. My baby like the baby the other day just pooped on a rug and the you know like we were changing the diaper and it just goes six feet out by. And a minute later, you know we've cleaned it all up and we're hugging. You. and. To me that obviously is the way God sees us and I I feel. It's much easier for me to see that. Now having been an relationship like that. I would I I'm pre- kids pretty husband and so but I have a lot of Minnie bff. Drouin Elliot's kids. Door them. And so I see glimpses of that but I don't think I know it. You know it. It's it's I I wake me up at night, right? Yeah. It was I. Think for me. That was just a hard sort of step ago. Other thing is this how free they are how happy you are. You don't want your kids coming in being like well, Dad just give me half of the cookie. I've got I've got one I've got. One of my kids is like here's the thing is whole package. Edge. Oh. You want he wants everything full. And I'm like yeah. I love that about him I wanNA give them so much that I can you know so also the way I approach God with those kind of things come always like this sort of measured dream you know. And so it's been easier to Kinda deep different. Yes. Yeah. Strangely I. Think I think Nima why both are very like. We just like to serve people in a way, but sometimes, that kind of we go a little bit too far with that where we're well, you know. We've had to kind of remind yourself like maybe you should pray for the job that you actually want. You know not just like just give me something decent. In this city may be. In between this bar of you know I just kind of like measured the so much of that, and that's been cool to kind of you know sort of rethink that I mean, that's such a great phrase that I'm GonNa, Take Into my journal today of. To pray in an unmeasured way like I, don't have to decide the measurement. Package Yeah just this give it all, and then you can tell me what I can. Yes. Exactly? Yeah. That May, as I was listening to the I've heard five of the songs I think on out of body. I listened to him last week I'll listen to him this week and I was trying to come up with words of like what does feel like to me compared to new debris they've always known and it and it may be your dad. It may be like, feel the writing my feel more like a father talking to me. Friend. I can hear that I think I think that's true. I think there's also you get more comfortable as a parent. You know not. I think. Joe's all. The you know I'm big fan of this idea of like Richard War, and this guys talking about two parts of life this first second mountain. I. Just turned forty. So I'm like right in that. I got forty coming up. Too So. It's about this idea of like you kind of get more comfortable with yourself. You know I think I think as a parent you do see that well, maybe life not just about me maybe it's about all these other people and you SORTA I think. Settled down a little bit makes things so much less serious. Know there's very you still care about your kids to Chinese still but like I can't I my like like a crazy level is just so much lower than it used to be things were so life and in a way you know your identity is so much like. That I work and I just have less that. So there's some of that I think on the album to where it's like maybe it is because the kids are maybe it isn't but getting older just feels like. This this music is not really mind to like hang onto I. Don't think we have as much a tight of a grip as we used to. So and I think the whole Banfield is that way. I mean. It would have to be as it always is it'd have to be a combination of all the things it's family it's turned forty. It's the band change in it's probably all those things together are making you right in a certain way. I. Had to go back and read the audiobook for my first book in IT I. It came out in two thousand eleven. So a long time ago, and I was reading an almost was going like I. Don't know that I. I. Would say this like this, but they're also has to be some grace for like you know when I wrote that when I was twenty, six, twenty, six year old and he was doing the best she could with West. That is not going to be the same book forty year old Anti Rights, right? Yeah. No doubt. How do you balance that with music because I listen to old debris all the time. But I don't know body is different is it and and it's it's hard. I've gotten better at not reading too many comments about that kind of stuff you know. But I, just think that yeah. I don't I think the different music is different people I really think it. Maybe I used to think I had this line on a record about storming the gates before I knew the truth and I feel like that's that's kind of. Like what I always felt like you know at twenty, twenty, five, thirty it's like man you look back and you're like we were certain about those things and there's just so I have. So avas sounds day like the my absolutes in my life I had this class when I was a kid it was Sunday school class and it was called absolute truth right and it was I remember it was like eight.

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"rinehart" Discussed on That Sounds Fun with Annie F. Downs

That Sounds Fun with Annie F. Downs

06:04 min | 1 year ago

"rinehart" Discussed on That Sounds Fun with Annie F. Downs

"And having a public would would bump into each other a lot. Yeah. I mean I've gotten better at it and I I see as part of the job obviously, and I've learned to be able to say no I I felt this pressure early on just to kind of go along with everything I guys I'm not good at that. Like. It's not. It's kind of like people ask you to sing the anthem or something that I'm always like how could this help? No one's going to buy a record because you sing an less your Whitney Houston or whatever. Like I can only fail at this in my career. So you don't WanNa, put me in too many personal situations you know I could really not going to help you hurt the brand so I do think that's good. Put them all up a little bit right when it comes to things like your family and your faith and these other parts of your life that don't have to be public. One of our you know we get questions from people on Fridays in our AFDC weaken review email and Elena asked, how do you have this private life within a public space? So I wrestle I'm not married yet, and so there's all that part of the world that I have to figure out how is it private and yet? It's part of who I am too so. How do you balance the private parts of your life as a higher person? I'm actually you know it's it's been I've of in the last seven or eight years. We I've gone through a just a crazy Tom. My wife had a rough kind of patch I would say it was in that's saying lightly we just had a tough time and really a lot of things changed about my life just almost quit the band and we almost we kinda like just reprioritize as everything in one of the things for us was counseling like this. It was you know God's and really, and then I kind of I kind of fell into it totally like I wouldn't say I'm like a crazy person with it, but I just love it. I have yet. So I just yeah I think that I'm look for relationships like that probably over share a little bit and just kind of. So I'm not too worried about that part being private I think the thing that the line of always like worried about offending people for no reason you know I think it's pretty easy as a rock band is be like well, this is what I think politically this and that's like. Really wanting to make it you WanNa make today you know like you know and growing up I think as a passer kid that's just like in my brain all the time you went to bring kids do we were a pentecostal church growing up? Would definitely flash. Gainers and the whole thing. Yeah. Yeah. We were like the band and they're playing when they do the Jericho march around outside. Playing now that they're. Out there So I think because it had that experience and bringing my friends to it and they're being like, what is this? You know I've always been sensitive to that a little bit like well, maybe I don't WanNa over share with certain things. You know just because where people are. Man Counseling Onsite onsite change my life I went two years ago January of eighteen and I'm to their living center program and have been in counseling for a while, but it is so funny how Christians Not The to Christian sitting here right. We can't go to counselling we. Okay. Yeah. No just pray about it and then we'll get I'm like. Yeah. I couldn't disagree more with that yeah. I think I, I was telling my friend. This has been years ago selling GONNA ban. If you're building a house I, mean you go talk to people that are built to house before right? Like that's okay. You. Know I think I'm just going to build it out and scratchy just see what happens. Start Hammering Yeah So I think there's an element to that just about I really have enjoyed that part I. Think I think now I have even here a community of guys where we do like a guys trip you know once a year and we went to Grand Canyon last year. But so I feel really close and you know whether that's private or not I don't know but it's it's but it definitely feels like my thing you know I, always my analogies to your house. When is always like y'all very happy to pay a trainer to fix your body. Money in the basket at church because you because someone's helping you grow spiritually emotionally just want to handle it. I'm like I don't get it. Somebody. That should be I mean if there's any and I had all those issues, I mean growing up like. I would like I think back have had that I played sports and stuff too. But if I, if I had like the mental health period instead of pe that would have been suber. That would have saved me years of you know stress and all that is this album. The first one you've written after you and your wife went through that after you've gotten counseling or is there? No, no, it was right around know that last one was after that This is the first one I've written with kids. It's so peaceful. Heard banks I like can't quit banks. Thanks is such as. We talk about where that came from my wife is she always used to say phrase owner where she got it her friends or something like that sounds terrible. But she's like you kind of Cajun. The crazy and what she meant was you know and she kind of gets out of line she's definitely drank the Koolade. She's like bear I was at Church today and I decided we're going to Africa for selling everything. You know she's that girl which I love about her to and but this was banks of your river. This idea that you know you're not getting in the way but just kind of there when they need you, you know was sort of trying to come up with a better way to say then. I hear your cage the crazy raise you yeah I just don't want to be the cage master. It's not a good title. Catchy song peaceful. As the others I sat with some friends last night, he just got engaged and the mail was saying how many strong women he knows in Nashville and what that makes men feel alive and like why are there so many single people around us..

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"rinehart" Discussed on That Sounds Fun with Annie F. Downs

That Sounds Fun with Annie F. Downs

06:11 min | 1 year ago

"rinehart" Discussed on That Sounds Fun with Annie F. Downs

"You tell sleeping at last tell Ryan thanks so much and make sure you grab some of his music. Friends y'all have been as excited about today's show as I am bear rinehart from need to breathe and Water Woods is here we sat down and chatted about a million things as we always do need to breathe new album out of body just released last week y'all got to listen to it like now like it's just so good. You're going to hear me Gosh about it to bear a hope I don't embarrass you. Here's my conversation with our new friend in front man for need to breathe bear Rinehart. We're going through a make for doing this today. Oh. Man. Our pleasure. It is I mean you have a baby that is ten days old yes. I'm like that seven or eight. This. Crazy. What is this? Is Your third? Yes. Is this a boy or girl? Sorry. Third Wall dates I'll do. Basketball team. It's it's weird. Yes. Fun. It's told my wife today I was like our house is sort of like the first scene home loan right now. CanNot I. WE'RE GONNA leave a kid or something we gotta get a routine we. Jerk. Pretty I mean he's the easiest. So they had the first day of school today for them. So for the for the older ones, are they back in real life? Are they? They are? Yeah. Yeah. Avenue. So it's still not real school but but yeah. National, two years. Okay. Yeah. What do you think? We love it it's been amazing. Out. I. Mean. Other than Franklin yeah. Yeah. We wanted some more space I lived in Charleston before this and I was like two little boys as like I need a big yard and you know all. Seeing, CNN tons more I mean ironically, of course that you know we're here and now we can't go on the road right before for years it was just like we would fly to Nashville to go anywhere. Yeah. Yeah. All our gear stayed here and all that. So and I'm probably have more friends honestly live here than there. So it's been really sweet and it's it's taking a second and get used to but we're we're really happy what are some big difference? It's like as not as like Charleston the ocean. What are some maybe even some like heart differences, our relationship differences that you're feeling between the cities. Yeah it's weird. I mean we've had to like sort navigate that a little bit since we've been here I think we have some really close friends. What was nice in that nobody plays music. So I we were used to that at a bunch of friends just in other fields, my wife's nurse practitioner and so A. Lot of like medical people world and all that here. Obviously, everybody's not everybody but we run into our music and it is kinda crazy and at first that was a little daunting to me. I'm a pretty shy person So I didn't want to be put up. I didn't move here for a long time. I don't want to be somewhere in have to say hello to people that I don't know that was. Exactly, but it's turned out to be just so inspiring to me. Musically, it really has don't think I realized how much you Kinda play up to your competition in terms of that, and there's so many people here that are hustling. It's really fun for me. I love running into like on writing with kid who's like just getting into it. Like it's eating up his entire day. You know man I need to be more like that. Love that he also has no kids right exactly can't date a girl and he's eating at home all the time. Right. But, yeah, that's I. Really. Have just loved that probably written Moore's been here and just work with so many good people that Yes been really fun. It's it's kind of like just made the network of what we do so much wider for the ten minutes we've been friends you can probably tell, I'm not shy like that's not in my bones at all and so having a public job is very like great to me. How are you self-proclaimed too shy. Public. All the T- your way more public than I am yeah. I. Don't know I don't know I didn't cross my mind. Honestly I'm uncomfortable anywhere you know that I'm not holding A. Grocery store or thrown. yeah I mean I've struggled with my wife is is is an extra burden really is like the my wing man when it comes to that she should just so great When we first got married I couldn't go to a wedding I would be like ten minutes and I'm like I gotTa Get out here I'm getting super. So I have a lot of friends who are from other things maybe sports or something like that, and they haven't seen the band play and then they see me play they're like, who is that guy on state? But I really feel like the more I've done it Damore it really is me actually I think I think the rest of the time it's hard for me to come out of that Shell a little bit. and sometimes a stage is like allows me to be like that kid that I am you know and there's a little distance onstage to right yeah. Definitely versus the in you like signing lines. I don't mind that part. It's one on one the video just you know honestly it's hard I it just it's just the rant things that you're not good at. Making. You feel like you can go in there and sing songs but then when you have to. You know. Maybe it's interviews or something like that where there's an audience always like what is happening? I mean I can't give a speech. You know people think. You know I had to give a speech for a were that got from college. And it was the most daunting was like I'll never do this again. Yeah. Exactly from the record? Yes. Well, I think it's fascinating. The things that are least comfortable for me is if you're in a green room and someone brings back to. And they're like these two people want to meet you and. Both of you you know that's the worst thing I can do sign in line because I know the ani they're looking for, right? Yeah. But the two people who come to the Green Room I'm like. Katie. Sarah. Weather's great i. Love Your town somewhere local. So well, that's really interesting because I think being uh introvert and being I guess..

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"rinehart" Discussed on Arrested DevOps

Arrested DevOps

12:03 min | 1 year ago

"rinehart" Discussed on Arrested DevOps

"So like I said. We're going into the realm of chaos today but not necessarily the chaos. You might be thinking of. We're GONNA put a little bit of a spin on it and joining us today. Is Aaron Reinhardt? Aaron welcome back to the show. Tell us a little bit about yourself. Yeah thanks for having me. It's been critical years. My name is Aaron Reinhardt. I am the CTO. Founder of a company called Barucha of America. I co-founded Eric Co with Rosenthal. The creator of cast engineering flicks and we are bringing a a series of tools to market that combine the cast ring as well as I did with security during and United Health Group and there were early stage startup. Insult Face so we had Aaron on the show a few years ago talking about it was really about the show was about taking an enterprise project internally and making it open source but that project was related to security casts engineering and things have changed. But can you kind of level set? We talk about cast engineering a lot. But what what is security chaos engineering so much right. So yeah so. It's a sexy quite interesting. Is that this whole thing started with like us. Hurry I as Terry United Health Group. I was the chief skippy. Arctic for the company and I was part of the democratisation. Remember at the beginning I. I didn't even know what devops was well. I was a software engineer. Fourteen years my career. But I I really didn't do agile. We didn't do like we hadn't done I. I was still a NASA when I was doing that. And that's a at the time we just we were using those techniques Very much waterfall a mentality. But like so anyway I get to so I get united and I started Really trying to cause I could software engineers we started. You know You about this devops thing started listening the pain bleeding side sort of kicking off this transformation and as a also that we we hired a first. Sra Patrick Bergstrom. He was the best. Buy Dot Com and they said. Hey you're are you one of our guys. You should meet sorry you guys along so first day on the job. Put us together. We started talking about what is hurry actually worked in reliability and again US oh my understanding is completely different but actually out of the concepts that come from boo. Hurry come from like NASA leads engineering and things like a you know. He started talking about this engineering. They would proactively brake parts of their system and got to my mind and I remember that night I just woke up in the middle of the night of my I was like man. Why isn't this make sense to me? I really like because I was an engineer. Most of my career and Mike. It's I've never seen like the system and security is different things it's either system is secure or it's not right. It's like safety liability resilience quality. They're all human constructs right. It takes humans to create them right. So it's like and so we we decided. Hey let's see if we can apply this thing. This concept cast monkey. That's where a lot of your engineering efforts. Begin WITH CASS engineering. It's like you look at gas monkey you know. And so we looked at the code and we decided. Hey I think control. Validation makes a lot of sense to us is that we build all these security measures into our systems particular thinking of their cloud at the time of the United. And we're thinking about like you know we designed with the state of mind of like how we think the Securities GonNa work but we really have a mechanism potentially verifying the Yes. It does actually functioned the way we tended to so at the time I was also struggling as the chew studio architect is I would have a date architect. The solutions architect come to me with differ diagrams of the same system. Now it's not that neither one of them understood the system that they had different mental models to what they believe this debate and diagrams are never actually an affliction of assist in so it was like what I needed was is near the way that was not subjected to ask the question. Does the fire will fire when this condition occurs does the FIC- management system catch. These miscalculations are violations of policy are polcy roles. I wouldn't ask questions. And the idea of hypothesis. Cast engineer meet a lot of sense. You know it wasn't until later on. We started applying instant response started seeing the compliance value of it but kind of like where it starts but really Matt. It's the same thing all of that. Say `sorry community has been talking about for years is just be applied to security. Another part of the system you said CASS engineering is proactively breaking parts of the system like that and you also said that. What's important here is that you can ask a question. You can form a hypothesis. You can state how you expect the system to work in some non optimal condition and then you can ask that question of the real system precisely like so I mean I kind of break off my own definition of chaos Angie. I'm not I still believe in Netflix. Definition I still think that's fine definition. I like to explain to people as a proactive methodology for for understanding inherent failure to the system before it actually manifested pain and it could be customer pain. It could be engineering pain to be you know. That's just knits. Truly are a lot of security incidents. End Up becoming outages. 'cause you gotta take the service line to fix the security problem or whatever so yeah in terms of question so. I Eel maybe the difference Matt Disco where you guys are coming from For security is the ruling. Not like the C. focused our willing. That's when you're you know when you're You're bringing down a VM. Or your are your filtering memory are doing those things but all that really does is manifest in slow and you can really samples of what chaos monkey does mention chaos monkey but not every monkey the as part of. Netflix cloud transformation. So many people author talked about Casselton by. Oh we can't even do the devops. We're not even doing. It's like we can't like you can't do cast engineer. It's so advanced or really Netflix. Quite really they're either when they started they decided to to to go from. Dvd's in the mail to a streaming service and that and this was twelve years ago in two thousand eight and so what was happening at the time is in Amazon am is just disappearing. It was a feature of aws the time so Netflix. They right now major. Cochran's GonNa Watch. Yeah he's GonNa he's GonNa love that one. No but that's what was happening and I was actually at the time I believe and what was happening. Was that Netflix. Had No chief architect they had no ability to mandate thou shalt not do thou shalt. Do this use this tool. You know the whole payroll versus the Concepts right but what was happening is your disappearing causing causing the service adage on services. So what Netflix? So we'RE GONNA WE'RE GONNA DESIGN ORGANIZATION. Our storm system to be resigned to these particular problems and so they building cast monkey. Monkey would during business hours Ceuta randomly. Pick an AMA- an Ami. I'd like to say a love. The People Pronounce Ami It's just a morning and Pseudo random number one down what that did actually I realize it's not just creating chaos like what it does is it puts a well-defined problem. In front of an engineer. It turns out when you put a well-defined problem for an engineer. They solve it home so like so like works on. My machine is now like this work on your machine. When this am I goes down suddenly. It's reproducible yeah I think there's there's a level set thing to do because there's definitely been an evolution right so when you think about the the the beginnings of chaos with gas monkey were very much we're GONNA WE'RE GONNA kill an instance and a lot of the way that people kind of reason about cassidy nearing in the way that they understand that is. This teaches software engineers. They have to coat defensively because they can't trust anything The reality is you can't trust in the first place. I think one of the the things to think about though is that it's fundamentally at the end of the day what we're doing with chaos is. We're testing a hypothesis and our hypothesis. Is that if this thing happens. Everything will be fine. Hypothesis is if we do this thing. Everything's going to go to shit. You don't don't don't test that right like your expert. Prove positive right. And so there's A. We may mention the Aaron netflix definition. And so I. I wouldn't pulled from one of my slides the one that I like us from Netflix. From their tech blog now nine years ago but and says you know by running chaos monkey in the middle of a business day in a carefully monitored environment with engineers standing by to address any problems we can learn lessons about the weakness etc etc and the things are important about that is that it's the carefully environment engineer you know. This is not a lot of times. People think that like the point of cast is like to keep this offer engineers on their toes. Absolutely not like when you look at like how these patterns go. Everybody knows. This experiment is happening. And as soon as things squarely it's done right like you're watching your keep business metric and if that starts to go south pull the plug on the experiment because you just disproved your hypothesis. That everything was probably fine. So it's it's these idea and just get you you kind of said this a little bit early. And that's why I wanted to bring it back as you said it's it's it's an experiment and you're testing this hypothesis. So if I'm if I'm reasoning about the security casts engineering. It's that we can have not hypothesis. Just about the reliability of the infrastructure right like so common common cast experiment is that this. Api To consume is unavailable. Like An. I assume that if I if I'm supposed to query you know this pay pal. Api and it goes down that my stuff won't fall over so I'm GonNa test that right so what. I'm curious to understand because I've thought about automated compliance and things like that. So how are you? What does an experiment look like in security cast testing sure so really so the premise in the notions and affecting Fundamentally the same what's is are the actual experiment things. We're experimenting in. Majority of the experiments are focused on accents of mistakes right. And that's really the root. I like to call that the low hanging fruit Raleigh. So if you look at a lot of malicious code we'll look at a lot of like your data breaches emotion code as a result of it. It's crap code most of it's just horrible software but it's taking a look. There's usually some step if you read through like you know an analysis of the steps of of the code usually. Let's looking for some kind of low hanging fruit to write. It could be a permissive account. It could be that you had Wants to three or four hundred password. It could be that you had You know a ports open. The shouldn't have been opened Somebody had more access than the should've we're dealing with and generic security is. We're proactively we. We we emphasise option. We built this. We have this firewall in place. We have this configuration management thing in place to proactively catch these things. When these events occur stump?.

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"rinehart" Discussed on Everything is Filk

Everything is Filk

10:01 min | 2 years ago

"rinehart" Discussed on Everything is Filk

"That's good <unk> and you can from what you told me you can get that demo song on your bank camp page right. It is indeed on my bank campaign so folks can listen to it for free or if they just have some money that they wanna throw mine wind direction. They can do that too but <hes> not necessary. When i played that at dragon con in my show last year <hes> my son and his girlfriend were sitting in the back of the audience and i almost couldn't get through the last verse of the song <hes> because as i was getting to to the last couple of lines i looked up and they were both back there just bawling <hes> <hes> the the they it was they found touching enough that they actually ended up they had grabbed lunch on the way or or or supper on the way and they ended up using all their napkins just wipe tears from their eyes which i shouldn't laugh at. I shouldn't laugh at that at all <hes> but because of that i sort of like oh am i gonna be able to finish singing the song <hes> i'm but i made it through and because it has gotten a lot of a positive response <hes> obviously play in my show that dragon con this year and i'm gonna play it in princess leakiest traveling sideshow as well so so we'll you'll get more and more people <hes> screaming at you to finish a c._d. Finishes yeah and that's okay too. I i would like to do that. I really would <hes> i in the fellow who i worked with breath before on my previous cds <hes> he he had his shoulder surgery or he was going in for shoulder surgery. I don't remember exactly exactly which and so you know. I knew that there is this is kind of hard for him to yeah i think so too <hes> <hes> to hopefully we can do that before next year. There's nothing <hes> well. We're going to see a dragon on just a few weeks so <hes>. Do you have your schedule. <hes> at least mostly finalized mostly finalized yeah <hes> my friday afternoon noon is just packed <hes> i'm on a couple of panels in the the what track is that it's one of the literature trek science <unk> fantasy literature or science fiction literature or writing track or something. I don't remember okay <hes> a couple of different things. I'm i'm on a panel with david weber and chris rock e._e._o. Jack campbell campbell on world building which should be a lot of fun. That's at one o'clock friday afternoon. Then my solo concert is four o'clock friday the afternoon <hes> in the in the filc room at the at the high net. I'm playing round of to tell the truth <hes> with the some of the other author type people after that and then after that so it's like one one thing thing after another after another <hes> but the other big event that i'm on friday is princess. Aletha is traveling sideshow in this is actually the tenth year that aletha contests has a brought together a bunch of authors in folks to <hes> participate with her <hes> as part of the it's always over in the young adult track in the marriott but leanna rene hieber and john harkness and misty massey and i think mike mason is gonna be there again this year <hes> so it's always a lot of fun <hes> and i'm always pleased when aletha invites me back <hes> to it a couple years ago i wrote a theme song for for her side show and and between that and tontons to glory is always one that they request because i they just like to to to do the little <hes> writing tontons dance in the background <hes> but it's always a lot a lot of fun <hes> and then the other big event that i have is just helping out at the bane books traveling slide show <hes> on saturday afternoon and otherwise otherwise i'll be spending a lotta time <hes> in the room and <hes> buddy of mine is coming with me to dragon con to his first dragon agan khan and very excited about that so i'll be probably taking a little time to do some <hes> fan related do things with him. Although i did sign up to <hes> to play a stint in art show just to do background music in the art show nice. You think little of this little of that. That's the way it goes excellent. Well sounds good and <hes> yana yeah. I guess i guess we'll see in a few weeks. Thanks for coming on the podcast and talk and i i appreciate it. I appreciate your time always a pleasure and look forward to seeing you and all the rest of the fine folk at dragon con cup in a couple of weeks. It's it's hard for me to conceive that you know two weeks from today as we're taping this. I'll need to be eh making sure. All of my stuff is packed getting it getting the car and go the next day. I'm farther away than you. I'll i'll be on the road probably so but yeah yeah travel safely because we want to get there and get back again. That's why i take like my time. I learned a long time ago that to travel is crazy when you're doing a lot of gigs and doing going all these places so you stop and smell smell the flowers you be a tourist you <hes> <hes> take your time. Don't rush don't <hes> <hes> kill yourself trying to get there as fast as you can and just relax listened audiobooks and there you <hes> that's my whole plan and stop when i want to and i see something interesting. I think i'll stop and look at it and give.

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"rinehart" Discussed on Everything is Filk

Everything is Filk

09:57 min | 2 years ago

"rinehart" Discussed on Everything is Filk

"Agreed because i got the i got the email and was along the lines of hey. We got a lady to send in an audition and she's really good and i thought to myself yeah. I know exactly how good she is because she auditioned under her married name and and so went through the process and she ended up being picked <hes> and then she produced it and and senate in banning it went through all of the mechanics of it <hes> and it was it was neat working with her from the standpoint of <hes> she would kinda quiz me on. How do you pronounce this word in in in this in this scene you know should what what should my emotion level be in that kind of things because she's local and we could chat about those kinds of things and i think think it's a stronger production because of that than it might have been for someone who is completely remote and might not have been able to carry on those kind of conversations <hes> interesting to me. I found out later that <hes> of all people orson scott card went through a very similar thing with audio for one of his books in that <hes> his publisher the share just like word fire press did not know that they were related <hes> until the audiobook was done and and word for a press the same way they were very good sports about it and i think they were pleasantly surprised when i said oh by the way <hes> stephanie minner vino is actually stephanie reinhard intervene and edna and i have a very good relationship with her so that's really that that's sort of a classic t._v. Trope of the <hes> famous <hes> actor actress in their child silence comes into audition for a part in the same show or movie that they're in and under they're under a stage name or something else and they happened to get cast and sometimes the parent doesn't know all of that kind of thing that it's actually larry's to your that happens does actually happen in real life. That's great. Oh man that that that that must have been a good. It's always fun when it's all in the family and you get to have that kind of thing the fact that it worked out that way that that's really good. I i like it. I just wish that the take more copies of the thing would sale so she could get a little bit more money four as well. I mean <hes> where where can i find it. Working people listening find <hes> it is available on audible. It's available on amazon as audio book or in other formats but <hes> but yeah it's it's. I think i may have plugged it. The last time that we did one of these <hes> <hes> but <hes> yeah it's a near future science fiction story of the very early days of a commercial marshall lunar colony okay and <hes> and when i say early days i mean like these are the first people to go oh up and be hooking up power and plumbing the thing and making it run and and keeping the life support systems working in everything thing and it centers around the environmental engineer's whose task it is to keep everybody alive <hes> and i i i've always enjoyed stories of colonies whether they're on the moon or on mars and so many of them start off with the colony itself as it's been around for a while can have something of a breathable atmosphere or anything like that <hes> or for what the radiation levels are or anything of that nature <hes> but it's it's there and it's in the background. Okay <hes> okay well. You may have inspired me on what my <hes> audio book for heading to dragon con movie okay then <hes> well <hes> now now. You said you don't have a new cd bought right but you did send me a semi a demo song that you recorded that will probably be on your next cd not only probably beyond my next cd but my wife thinks it should be the title song of mining cd and other folks folks seem to agree with that and and i think there are one or two people who if i released a c._d. That did not have the song on it would would wish to club me about the head and shoulders a in retaliation <hes>. It's i debuted mute it last year at dragon con. I think at dragon con i if i played it before then it would might only have been at one convention like congregate congregate is called taking you out to see the stars <hes> so it's very much a science inspired fired astronomy inspired <hes> song and but folks seem to like it for the the emotional ocean resonance of it <hes> because it's very much a it's it's what i wish i had done when my children were young to to take them out and get them to appreciate the grandeur of of the universe we live in and how small we are but how we can still have some connections to the these these places that we will never go okay and and maybe one day i'll be able to take grandchildren out and do the do the same thing with them <hes> but <hes> that remains to be seen fair enough. We'll okay. Let's give it a listen <music>. Come.

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"rinehart" Discussed on Everything is Filk

Everything is Filk

11:18 min | 2 years ago

"rinehart" Discussed on Everything is Filk

"Hello and welcome to everything filc. I'm here with gray reinhard yay. Oh man yeah it's <hes> you're back at dragon con again this year right. That is the plan with who and <hes> let's see you. You claim that you haven't done much over the past year but a talking with you a little earlier. It seems like you've actually done a bit and you got a lot on your plate. Well i try to keep busy see but i feel as if i haven't been as productive. Maybe as i have been in in other years well. That's always always feel good if i can can get at least one story or something published in a year and and this year i didn't have a short story. Come out in an anthology gucci so at check that block block and i feel like even though i haven't released a new album or rip rip finished writing a new book or anything like that that i've at least you know made some progress while you said you were working on a new book so you are. You're at least working on it right. That is true. <hes> yeah i started close to the beginning of the year <hes> trying in writing a fantasy novel this time <hes> and actually i won't go into the nitty gritty details because the idea for it is a couple couple years old. Actually i finally figured out how to do it <hes> and in that time probably written about fifty fifty thousand words with so. It's i'd say it's almost half done on <hes> and if i can maintain that pace it means that that i would finish it <hes> early next year <hes> to wish me luck definitely good luck. I mean that sounds like if you can get that done. You'd have it by next. Dragon gone right. Oh probably not though they publishing works <hes> i would like to say that by next day khan i might have interested publisher in producing it okay okay <hes> but certainly it would not be ready for <hes> for purchase or anything like that just because the process says of developmental edits and cover art and everything that goes into <hes> taking a manuscript all the way okay through to production. I would need to be finished with the book now. Oh wow in order to really make that process assis work <hes> to its to its full so it takes at least a year from being done with the book to being being able to <hes> being able to have it fully published in ready for purchase and often longer depending on <hes> bill exactly what the what the publishing schedule is like <hes> if it's a small publisher <hes> <hes> like the folks who brought out my <hes> my science fiction novel <hes> <hes> yeah a year a little less than a year is doable <hes> because they don't do a lot of titles and the the the whole process is relatively streamlined for a bigger publisher <hes> it may be a year and a half <hes> and it may be even even longer depending on if i if they accept the manuscript but then they want changes if they say oh you know here in the third act <hes> we would really rather sure that are we think it would make a better story if you did this and then if i have to go back and rewrite part of it then it just lengthens that whole time with the editing process and everything yeah right right and this is one that i i hope that i will be able to interest <hes> a small press or even possibly a bigger press <hes> in in in publishing this just because since i work for a publisher i'm aware of the value that a good publisher brings to to any project so is that normal to look for different publishers depending on what you're writing the general question that you that you stick with your one publisher publisher of for the books that right but <hes> well it used to be back in the back in the good old days that the you know if an author published one novel or when series of novels with publisher then <hes> there might be a contractual part that says you know that that publisher gets the chance to publish the next thing that the author writes okay <hes> that that's not as standard i'll say as it used to be not as common <hes> now it's not that i have a bad ed relationship with my publisher <hes> but they publish as as as i have observed they publish more more of the more on the lines of science fiction than on the fantasy side project <hes> and while i think they would do a fine job <hes> i because i already worked for a publisher i feel that in the same way that i gave and i worked for bain books because i gave bain right of first refusal on my science fiction novel i i feel as if i o bain right of first refusal on everything i write simply because i work for them pretty much full time yeah <hes> <hes> as a contractor but but nevertheless they are my primary <hes> client and so if if <hes> as it went with the science fiction novel that they say hey this is a pretty good book but it's just not quite for us then i would probably probably go back to the word fire and let them have have a shot at it. <hes> although i've a friend of mine who has his own imprint has already expressed some interest in it so oh that's a nice feeling yes but <hes> but but i still feel as if i owe it to bain in particular <hes> to give them right of first refusal got up at <hes> <hes> and and if they were to pick it up that would be great to a fair enough now. It's just interesting a will things behind the scenes. People don't really think about and i would not have thought about it except the kind of immersed i in that world naturally well okay so doing doing well with a book that you're writing and but you also mentioned before the <hes> you came out with an audiobook over the last year right down that is true <hes> my science fiction novel walking on the sea of cloud that as i mentioned word fire press published in twenty seventeen mm-hmm <hes> this past spring audio book for that was released and folks have been very complimentary of the the production quality <hes> and in particular <hes> the because because the book involves a cast of characters that is fairly international okay <hes> the narrator had some accent accent work required to differentiate one character's voice from another and i personally think she did an excellent job. I'm in other folks have have agreed. I'm very happy about this. Great great. You know audio books as far as the publishing publishing of those go does that go through your standard publisher does that go through something completely different well in this case <hes> word fire press press. <hes> took it upon themselves to to head up the production of of audio book <hes>. They're not an audio book producer themselves so they went through <hes> a._c. Ex <hes> which is they produce a lot of audiobooks could also have gone through audible and some other places <hes> but <hes> i got involved in the process early on in in that they would send me the the auditions that people did <hes> 'cause they put out a call for auditions and i i let a lot of my friends know people. I've worked on audio productions with <hes>. Hey you know my my my book is going to be done in audio. If you wanna do it you need to do an audition and several folks <hes> told me that they would have liked to but they had other commitments and i was fine with that <hes> but so we ended up getting about six different different auditions in and i was able to express my opinion and say you know these are i would rate rate them one to six in this order and they they went with a the one that i thought the audition was the best oh good <hes> but the insider baseball part of that was that they didn't know what i knew at the time and that was that this particular audition was from my daughter. Oh aw.

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Judge says government "gets credit" for reuniting immigrant families, but warns better system needed

Weekend Edition Saturday

02:36 min | 3 years ago

Judge says government "gets credit" for reuniting immigrant families, but warns better system needed

"Eighteen Live from NPR news, in Washington I'm trials Snyder there's no relief in sight for firefighters battling, that massive wildfire burning in northern, California crews fighting, the car fire expect triple digit temperatures in shifting winds this weekend the fires killed, two firefighters, destroyed hundreds of structures enforced tens of thousands to. Flee from member station k. q. e. d. Alexander reports Shasta county exploded Thursday night and moved in multiple directions, including into the city of writing almost what can be described as a, tornado occurred over this fire can, pin watt heads, the state's wildfire fighting agency was fire was whipped up into a whirlwind of activity Uprooting trees moving vehicles moving parts of roadways very significant, extreme winds it's expected to. Be hot over one hundred degrees and dry here for at least a week for NPR news I'm Alex. Emslie in Redding California federal judges commending the, Trump administration for reunifying migrant families after they were separated at the US Mexico border but NPR's Joel rose reports a judges also. Faulting the government for, the hundreds of families have remained separated after the court imposed deadline judge Dana Subroto said the government deserves quote great credit for reunifying more than fourteen hundred children with their parents and. Hundreds more with sponsors or family. Members by the deadline he sat but said the priority now. Must be the hundreds of families that could not be reunited including more than four hundred. Children who are still in government custody because their parents were deported without them the government. Is pushing too quickly deport parents who have final removal orders the American Civil Liberties Union asked for a one week waiting. Period for parents to weigh their, legal options judge the bras said he would rule on that question soon Joel rose NPR news North Korea, has returned fifty five boxes. Containing what are believed to be the remains of American service personnel work is just beginning to confirm whether. They are among the fifty three hundred still, listed as missing in action from the Korean conflict Bill Rinehart of member station w. v. Xu's spoke to Korean war veterans who. Gathered Friday to Mark, the anniversary of the nineteen fifty three armistice armistice ended the fighting sixty five years ago Larry Timmer was among those at a luncheon in Cincinnati to Mark the occasion he says the. Return of American remains is a. Step toward better relations with North Korea family's gotta get closer This.

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