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Doug Reflects on the Art of Songwriting

The Doug Collins Podcast

01:41 min | Last week

Doug Reflects on the Art of Songwriting

"Talk for a few minutes about some of the and I think this will be a fun thing here. Some of the country music and really I mean, we're not talking specifically country. And because the country is going to be a predominance, of course, for the day. But I got to know, you know, the pop writers. I got to know the, you know, the ones who are in urban music, rap, classical. It all affected them because it was this new way. And it's not a bad thing. You said something earlier. One of my goals was is that we were all thinking that the pie was only 8 inches wide. And the reality was, I believe that the pie is still to this day believe that the park could be 30 inches wide. And it expanded the pond. Nobody was leaving behind. You were getting more out of it. You know, so it was really amazing to be Paul Williams, aloe black. You know, these are, you know, outside of that you'd mentioned Barbra Streisand, one of her most favorite famous songs, Paul Williams wrote. That's right. Evergreen. That's right. Which if you ever hear him talking about, you know, of course he likes to talk about the rainbow connection with Kermit. But he makes it, but these are things that touch our lives. But the twist of the song and the turn of a verse. You know, the Tim McGraw song, Rodney and a truck that the bank lets me borrow from month to month. I mean, think about that. How many times do you think about your truck payment being the bank lets me borrow from month to month? That's real. Or one of my dear Friends, yours as well. It used to be president of the national songwriter association, Lee Thomas. Miller. Who riding with Chris Stapleton. You know, I've got a problem. In his song, but it ain't about what you think. You know, I drank because I'm lonely, and I'm lonely because I drink.

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Caller: Republicans Have to Come Together Right Now

Mike Gallagher Podcast

00:40 sec | Last month

Caller: Republicans Have to Come Together Right Now

"Thank God for your 24 year daily. Thank you. It means a lot to me. Thank you very much. We've got to come together. We've got to get our Republicans in. And then we can sort this mess out later. Right now, let's get together. Let's get them in. This country is, I mean, I'm out here paying $7 a gallon for heating oil. Oh my gosh. $7 a gallon for engineering. God bless you, Rodney. But you're a good man. You appreciate I appreciate very much your kind words.

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Veteran civil rights lawyer notes progress in police abuse cases

AP News Radio

00:46 sec | 2 months ago

Veteran civil rights lawyer notes progress in police abuse cases

"After decades of civil rights litigation attorney John barris converting his fame Northern California solo practice into a law partnership I Norman hall John burruss most noted civil rights case was winning a $3.8 million verdict for Rodney King the black motorist severely beaten in 1991 by four Los Angeles Police officers burr says there is a huge difference between king's case and that a George Floyd and Rodney King no one had none of the white community had any idea of what was going on in terms of the police in the black community Black community knew The other difference king's beating was captured on grainy camcorder video there is says cell phones now make his cases easier First question I have now is that video Burris also says there's now more accountability I Norman hall

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Michael Waddell Addresses the Turkey Shortage

The Doug Collins Podcast

01:43 min | 3 months ago

Michael Waddell Addresses the Turkey Shortage

"Us a little bit about that because I mean, that has been a concern. I got buddies down in South Georgia. I mean, you know, normally a bunch, gobblers, you know, they're not seeing them up here in north Georgia. Again, not as like we have in the past. What you hearing about that? Well, Rodney cross country will do, I've heard it across country. Yeah, there's a lot that's going into it. Even here on my home farm, we're pretty blessed. We got about just over 500 acres and I've been just obviously management trying to just in my own way along with some biologists and different people I know that know a lot about just habitat and things like that. And obviously, the cool thing about us is hunters, you know, we're really protective and really instrumental in making sure that we obviously leave more than we take. And that's one of the things with the turkey hunters out there, certain areas and regions, and even almost area about area in certain counties you're seeing a little bit of a decline in certain spots. And you know, it's crazy because, you know, you and I, very similar in age, you know, we grew up from north Georgia to South Georgia, we was just covered in wild quail, and we saw that almost be eradicated. And they never really, it was almost like an unsolved mystery. I mean, there are certain people and certain biologists that will say they'll have the answers. But I think it's a multitude of a lot of different things, Doug, this affecting that. A lot of people thought, okay, well, maybe we're over harvesting. Maybe we're taking some of these gobblers too early and they're not getting the hands as fertilized eggs as possible. You know, maybe it's too many predators. Maybe not enough habitat. And so I for one, my opinion on it based on just some stuff that I've done on our local leases here and my farm. I think it's a little bit of multitude of everything. Like,

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Body found in reservoir believed to be California teen

AP News Radio

00:45 sec | 3 months ago

Body found in reservoir believed to be California teen

"Authorities say a body found in a Northern California reservoir is believed to be that of a teen missing for weeks after attending a party at a Sierra Nevada campground I Norman hall Nevada county sheriff Shannon moon says a body believed to be that of 16 year old Kylie Rodney was inside a car and prosser Lake Boone says volunteer divers using sonar equipment located the car which came to rest upside down in 14 feet of water a law enforcement task force now needs to determine how and why divers with Oregon base adventures with purpose were able to find the body despite searches in the same area by the task force Rodney was last seen August 6th near the prosser family campground in truckee attending a party with hundreds of young people I Norman hall

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"rodney" Discussed on Stuff You Should Know

Stuff You Should Know

04:08 min | 3 months ago

"rodney" Discussed on Stuff You Should Know

"Well, since we mentioned these guys earlier, we'd need to shout out Miguel Martinez and Jesus Cordoba who were from the Ben mariachi Mexico de Pepe and they were from the 1950s and those are the two guys who worked out how to use two trumpets together. And it sounds like you just played the same thing at the same time. And same melody, but that wasn't exactly what they did. They mixed it up and I think they played in harmony. And all of a sudden, two trumpets were a thing. Yeah. There's another group mariachi Los camperos that was founded by naughty Kano. And he really kind of like whipped this existing band into shape. And got them into Carnegie Hall in 1964. They were the first mariachi group to perform there. They opened their own restaurant, la Fonda de Los camperos in LA, and that explains why Vincente Rodriguez was in is basically inter Mexican restaurant where I guess just a restaurant in the two videos I've seen of his. So that became kind of like a thing. Like you would have your own home base where you could perform every every night of the week if you wanted to and also probably attract more business. Plus you're making that restaurant money on the side too. Yeah, and you know, highly recommend if you go to Los Angeles, you want to do something fun one night. There are quite a few restaurants there that have not the roaming the tables, mariachi, but the full 12 to 14 symphonic on a stage performance scene and it is a lot of fun to go to these places and get some great food and margaritas and listen to these performances. So look it up. It's online. I don't have any. The one I went to texted my friend, but he never answered, so I can't remember the name of it. I'll tell you another place to get all that same experience as Epcot center. Are you talking about mariachi cobra? Yeah, they've been the house Epcot Mexico pavilion mariachi band since 1982. Not a bad gig. That's a pretty good streak.

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"rodney" Discussed on Stuff You Should Know

Stuff You Should Know

05:24 min | 3 months ago

"rodney" Discussed on Stuff You Should Know

"In fact, he might make an interesting

Teen girl missing after attending party in Lake Tahoe area

AP News Radio

00:53 sec | 3 months ago

Teen girl missing after attending party in Lake Tahoe area

"Authorities have released a video plea from the mother of a missing 16 year old California girl I'm Lisa dwyer with the latest A search is underway for a 16 year old California girl who vanished on her way home from a campground party in what police fear was an abduction Kylie Rodney has not been seen since early Saturday the sheriff's office released a video plea from Kylie's mother asking for help I just we just want her home where it's so scared and we miss her so much And we love her so much And Kylie we love you and you see this please Please just come home She was seen driving away from an end of high school party and truckee California And we're not looking to make past anybody else for anybody in trouble We just want to see her daughter home Her phone has been out of service since the party and her car a 2013 silver Honda CR-V has not been found I'm Lisa dwyer

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Frangela: There Is Only One Side to the Jan. 6th Insurrection

Stephanie Miller's Happy Hour Podcast

01:35 min | 5 months ago

Frangela: There Is Only One Side to the Jan. 6th Insurrection

"You're talking about the hypocrisy of it too, is Republicans are out there crying and Fox News is complaining and Trump is complaining. Why is there only telling one side of the story why they only telling one side of the story it's like, do you really want the Democrats to tell their side of the story on this one? Because right now, we are letting Republicans tell their side of the story. See not every story has two sides. Like, that's called perspectives. Yeah. Right. So somebody we can all look at what happened. The video of it. And somebody could interpret. I call it the Rodney King factor. I thought there were a group of people, particularly on a certain jury, that interpreted when they watched that their interpretation was this black man was a threat. Now he was on the ground by being beaten and turned like 8 cops. So most of us saw no. That's not he was a threat the cops were. Yeah. But we can't the reality in the alternative facts of it all. The fact that that got, we've allowed that into our lexicon in this country. Like, no, no, no. These are the things that happened. You're okay with them, but this is what happened. You're right. And let me tell you what the Democrats side of this is. The Democrats weren't empowered, there wasn't a democratic president trying to create a coup. Right. Done. Outside is done. Now, let's look at what your side did. Exactly. It's like it's like saying like in like, you know, commit a crime. I kill someone and people go, but what about the neighbors? Right, it's like it's sort of like, what do you mean? What other opinion is there? I killed this person. I did it. We're not telling but both sides of what?

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Why Did Nancy Pelosi Reject National Guard Support Before Riots?

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:35 min | 6 months ago

Why Did Nancy Pelosi Reject National Guard Support Before Riots?

"Support? Did you know that Donald Trump offered National Guard to the capitol four days before the January 6th, right? Yet Nancy Pelosi wanted nothing to do with it. Why is that? Why did Nancy Pelosi reject help? Official capital police timeline validates Trump administration's accounts show Democrats fateful rejection of the offers. And the media is in full propaganda mode, trending on Twitter today, just as a way to try to run interference for the regime, they say fact checking the allegation that Nancy Pelosi pushed back against support. Former capitol police chief Steve stunned as a tested that before the January 6th, he approached house sergeant at arms, Paul Irving, about obtaining the assistance of National Guard troops on the day the electoral votes were counted, but mister Irving said he was concerned about optics. Oh, optics. So you dry out the optics of the capital being stormed. Mister sun says that during the violence, he again urgently asked for troops, but help was delayed because mister Irving said quote, he needed to run it up the chain of command. Rodney Davis from Illinois reports that the house sergeant at arms and chief administration officer, both of whom report to Pelosi have steadfastly refused to produce anything to him. Why didn't Pelosi secure the capital? Why did she leave it vulnerable? Why did Pelosi leave it wide open and reject troops? Are we going to get an answer to that question? Of course not. They had no problem with the optics of National

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What to Expect From the Sussman Trial With Kash Patel

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:50 min | 6 months ago

What to Expect From the Sussman Trial With Kash Patel

"What are the next steps then? So this trial is going to wrap up. There is a period of time between the conviction and then the sentencing, right? Kind of decision of the jury, and then the sentencing, what can we expect next out of John Durham? What are the targets you think he's going to indict next? And has there been anything in this trial that has really surprised you? Yeah, so next, will the sentencing will be a couple of months away if and when I believe sussman's convicted in the next day or two. After that, we have to remind the audience. He already has another indictment in place in the trial set for this fall of the source to steal, and he also has a multiple count indictment for lying to the FBI at ton of times. And for making up all that Christopher Steele information. So he's got that in the pipeline public already. What I think is next is the joint joint venture conspiracy as John Durham has called it in the federal pleadings in the sussman indenting case that he has multiple other targets. And he has said Rodney joffe, the tech executive that was paid millions of dollars to drum up this false alphabet narrative while they were also drumming up their steel stuff. He has said publicly. He John Durham like Rodney joffe is a target of my ongoing investigation. He has also said in his pleading, these other people in the joint venture conspiracy, all that is, is legalese for a bunch of people have to get together to do this. The FBI, the Clinton campaign, fusion GPS, and these guys like Rodney joffe. And the Jake sullivans of the world. They're all mentioned by title in these pleadings. And they're all under his investigation. So that's why I think he's going to get a couple of FBI agents, and he should get Andy mccabe, who orchestrated this entire thing. And Peter strzok, hopefully, as well, along with fusion GPS and this tech guy Rodney joffe. And if he does all that, that's pretty good work.

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Georgia's Voter ID Laws Are a Decade Old... And Voting Is Surging

The Doug Collins Podcast

01:48 min | 6 months ago

Georgia's Voter ID Laws Are a Decade Old... And Voting Is Surging

"Decade ago, George implemented, we implemented vote Rodney. And it was a big turmoil about, oh, you can't have voter ID, you know, the elderly will be affected. The African American population would be afraid of the Hispanic of the Asian population. No, oh, you can't do this. What about people who don't have IDs? And you know, at the time, I was wondering, how do these people cast checks? How do these people get money? How do they, you know, do other things. Again, somewhere they've got an idea or that they can find a way to prove who they are. That was over a decade in Africa. Let me just tell you what has happened since then. What has happened since then is this. Is that for all of those people who said this was going to be a problem in suppressing votes. Now, we just discussed that we're at our highest early vote turnout that we ever had, but I'm going to tell you an even deeper statistic that you need to hear. And that is, if those very same people who said that we should not do voter ID because it's offensive or it's suppressed, but it's whatever. Here's the facts. Since 2014. African American male African American female Hispanic male Hispanic female have all risen double digits in participation. Double digits and participation. Since the voter ID laws became official in Jordan. Now, I'm not sure why what the argument from the left was. I know what it is now, and I haven't confronted everyone's about this in a congressional hearing. And she had to acknowledge that this was true. So the problem we have here is you have a media who wants to take a narrative. They have a mindset of Republicans are bad Republicans don't want people to vote Republicans don't like people that don't look like them or act like them, which is totally false. I'm sitting here as a conservative Republican will tell you, I want everybody to vote. And it's

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Rep. Gaetz: Hillary Clinton Was Engaged in Corruption by Utilizing DOJ

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:53 min | 9 months ago

Rep. Gaetz: Hillary Clinton Was Engaged in Corruption by Utilizing DOJ

"Right, so let's start Matt, give us your response to the latest. It was such a boring document to the judge from Durham saying there might be a conflict of interest between the lawyers representing, you know, Hillary's spy, Michael sussman, but on page two, the atomic bombshell that an individual called Rodney joffe's company wasn't just surveilling president Trump's apartment and Trump Tower, but The White House when we worked in it because quote, quote, from the documents, they had a sensitive arrangement to provide Internet cyber services to The White House. How is this not being picked up by the GOP? Talk to us, man. This is how the deep state works. They utilize national security standards that utilize vendors, they utilize private sector and government sponsored spying, private sector and government sponsored leaks. Seb, you'll remember each and every night when the mainstream media would say that we were Russian agents, we were Putin's lawyers and public relations consultants. And we shared with the American people that the reality was that it was Hillary Clinton. And the Clinton campaign there was engaged in corruption, criminal activity, collusion with Russia, and then utilizing the DoJ, the FBI, the national security apparatus to really I think author these leaks through the mainstream media to try to smear the president and the presidency. So in these Durham indictments, we see that they needed two things. A lie and then they needed so the content of the lie and then the distribution channel. And so they used Russians and they used illegal spying techniques to try to generate the lies and the suspicion. And then they used these DoJ and FBI leaks to get the media to fall

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Why Isn't the Hillary-White House Scandal the Story of the Century?

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:34 min | 9 months ago

Why Isn't the Hillary-White House Scandal the Story of the Century?

"This document that was just looked like a dry note to the judge about a possible conflict of interest. Page two, it says that Rodney joffe working with Michael sussman. Hillary's camp a lot higher by Hillary's campaign was targeting through his cyber company. The president's home, the president's Trump Tower offices and The White House and the next sentence Boris that everybody misses because his private company had a quote sensitive arrangement to provide Internet services to The White House. In D.C. national security speak, that means the private company was accessing the classified White House comes system. This should be the story of the century baron. No doubt about it. It has to be the story that said Trey, of course, most of the mainstream media doesn't want to cover it, but just imagine if it were the other way around if the tables were flipped. It was mango Republicans who were conducting this absolutely awful undertaking. This would be the biggest news forget Watergate biggest news since the Civil War. But since it's crooked Hillary and her team and Jake Sullivan, one of the worst national security advisers in the history of America. He was the point person for this crime on the Hillary Clinton 2016 campaign. And then here's the bottom line. President Trump said that he was spied on at the campaign at The White House. And you know what? She was 1000% correct, as always.

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Devin Nunes on the Russia-Collusion Hoax

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:53 min | 10 months ago

Devin Nunes on the Russia-Collusion Hoax

"We are delighted to have with us former chairman of the intelligence community of the house who is now CEO of the Trump media and technology group, Devin Nunes. Welcome back to America first. It is great to be back on with your sea bass in this new. This is my first time back on your show. And I've lost that swamp title. So you can not call me part of the swamp anymore. And the picture behind you looks delightful looks very un swampy. So yes, we've been trying to get you on desperately. You've been on lockdown making sure that this is an epic launch. We're gonna talk about that momentarily, but I have to drag you back to the swamp as the person who fought so valiantly against the Russia collusion hoax in the interest of stopping the outrageous unmaskings and this Super Bowl Friday drop. I mean, just stunning. I read the memo to the judge, which isn't an indictment. It's just, it's the dripping out of additional details from John Durham. And what everybody misses, yes, it's shocking that this tech company Rodney joffe and others were targeting not just Trump Tower, but president Trump's home and also the EOP, the executive office of the president, which means a private company was surveilling The White House, but the next sentence Devin, everybody misses this. And they were able to do this as part of a sensitive arrangement by which this private company controlled the servers for The White House. Is this, I mean, this doesn't make the Watergate scandal look like an irrelevance? Well, I would say this, the Russia hoax and its entirety before these revelations was already a hundred times worse than Watergate wasn't even comparable. The only thing that has not happened yet is people haven't paid the price like they should. I mean, so many laws were broke here and the spine started way before. I mean, let's not forget. We had the unmaskings that we uncovered where they were essentially using the intelligence services to target the Trump campaign. We know that they went to the fisa court. They used that to spy on the Trump campaign. And so this went on and on. They had the Steele dossier that the Clinton spotted all of that in its entirety is much bigger than Watergate, you know, whatever imagine to be. But this that came last weekend, not only are they new revelations, but you can imagine where I sit, why didn't I get this information when I had subpoenas to all these agencies? How many times was I guaranteed? Oh, we've given you everything. Well, the fact is they didn't give me everything. So there are people now. That's definitely misleading lying and misleading Congress.

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Yes, Someone Really Spied on Trump

The Larry Elder Show

00:47 sec | 10 months ago

Yes, Someone Really Spied on Trump

"Back to the New York Post editorial about the filing by special counsel John Doe only last paragraph again. Now another piece of the Russia Russia Russia it kaput ski. A computer server operated by Trump company was secretly communicating with the Russian firm claimed slate magazine and countless Twitter threads of would be experts, including Twitter, tweets by Hillary. But as special counsel John Durham outlined in his latest indictment, that was just a story made up by tech executive Rodney joffe, who desperately wanted a job with the Clinton administration. He hacked Trump servers, cherry picked privileged Internet data that he had access to. And molded it to make it look like something nefarious.

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Hans Mahncke Previews Upcoming Story on National Security Implications After Durham Report

Mark Levin

01:27 min | 10 months ago

Hans Mahncke Previews Upcoming Story on National Security Implications After Durham Report

"6th and I want to discuss that with you very briefly too very quickly There are a lot of people in jail right now who shouldn't be in jail We're not talking about violent offenders We're talking about people who trespassed and were parading While Hillary Clinton is out there enjoying herself these people are trying to get a trial date and if you dare to bring that up you're obviously part of a white supremacist militia group that supports violence Now the epic times is a wonderful news source I think Is this why the epic times came to be and why somebody like you is attracted to it to really push back against this sort of thing Yeah I was attracted to it before I vote for them but I was attracted to them for exactly that reason They just told it like it was The good the bad And it's just in there And we have a story coming out tonight kind of a follow-up on this Which talks about the national security implications of what Durham has revealed This is a big deal isn't it Really big deal Well you got the job Rodney joffre who had all this access And he's got a bit of a checkered history and you just kind of wonder why did this guy have all this access And then of course he went via Michael sussman Hillary temple's lawyer He went to the FBI he went to the CIA Why didn't anyone kind of raise a flag Red flag hey why do we have this private individual able to monitor the president's Internet traffic

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How John Durham Connects Michael Sussmann and Rodney Joffe to Spy on Trump

Mark Levin

01:51 min | 10 months ago

How John Durham Connects Michael Sussmann and Rodney Joffe to Spy on Trump

"Obtaining and on the record waiver for sussman of any conflict of interest with the lawyer With limit sussman's ability to later challenge any conviction whether following a plea agreement or a jury verdict The court will likely grant that motion to ensure both at any waiver of the conflict is knowing and volunteering to ensure sussman can not later attempt to overturn any conviction based on the conflicts with his lawyer It is what followed in the next 12 pages however and not the mundane minutiae of this motion That proved explosive In explaining the potential conflicts of interest sussman's Latham and Watkins attorneys possibly had norm explained much more they get Trump plot To explain the potential conflicts dorm began with the charge Noting as factual background quote unquote That sussman while serving his counsel to the Clinton campaign met with FBI general counsel baker at FBI headquarters and provided baker quote purported date and white papers That allegedly demonstrated a covert communications channel between the Trump organization and a Russian based bank that alpha bank The motion then reiterated the indictment allegations at beginning an approximately July 2016 Joffe that's this Internet guy Worked with sussman the opposition research firm fusion GPS And numerous cyber research as I'm quoting now and employees at multiple Internet companies to assemble the purported data and white papers in connection with these efforts Continued the motion joffe exploited his access to non public and or proprietary Internet data

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The Federalist: Why the Wall Street Journal Is Wrong About the 2020 Election

Mark Levin

02:17 min | 10 months ago

The Federalist: Why the Wall Street Journal Is Wrong About the 2020 Election

"And over at the federalist William Doyle writes why The Wall Street Journal is wrong about the 2020 election They've done a hell of a job over there as have some other His PhD principal researcher at Caesar Rodney election research institute and Irving Texas sounds like he's more qualified than any of the board members specializes in economic history and private funding of American elections Previously was associate professor and chair in the department of economics university of Dallas Seems pretty smart Wall Street Journal editorial appeared on Tuesday entitled the best summary of the 2020 election rules were bent GOP voters defected and real fraud hasn't turned up This conveys the position of many establishment conservatives concerning the 2020 election There is some slight problems with the election that we're overshadowed by normal political phenomena such as controversies about Trump and GOP voters switching sides When The Wall Street Journal begins with the expected anti Trump admonishment and his first big rally of 2022 president Trump was again focused on 2020 Way to rigged election in the proof is all over the place Trump said But mister Trump was apparently too busy over Christmas to read a 136 page report by a conservative group in Wisconsin whose review shows no evidence of widespread voter fraud quote unquote This is a long report allegations of literal vote fraud by the Wisconsin institute of long liberty are well they call it For which they find little corroboration But there's another side of the argument regarding the legitimacy of the 2020 election that The Wall Street Journal has relentlessly ignored The hypothesis is that a deeply corrupted corporate media big tech censorship legally questionable intervention by the courts and infiltration of key election officers by lavishly funded democratic activists you know they're talking about Zuckerberg there Resulted in heavy handed election interference of a kind we have never seen before and quote that decisively rigged the 2020 election in favor of Joe Biden This has been my point all along

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Splash Brothers Curry, Thompson lead Warriors past Pistons

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | 11 months ago

Splash Brothers Curry, Thompson lead Warriors past Pistons

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"rodney" Discussed on Shut Up & Sit Down

Shut Up & Sit Down

05:01 min | 11 months ago

"rodney" Discussed on Shut Up & Sit Down

"But we would just begin with, we were just happy getting free games. And to meet people. And I think that's a nice you said earlier when you meet people who are viewers at the shows that can be very rewarding and you don't know if you're talking to someone who's and they've watched a couple of times or maybe they even support financially. I just want to say quickly talking to each other. I know people are watching this right now. The support that I feel I will speak for both of us here again, correct me if I'm wrong. The support we've received from people who watch and who care about what we're doing is so deeply meaningful, it's very difficult to express and I was trying to figure a way to say this the other day because it's not transactional. It's not a purely a transactional thing. I make a thing for you and then you support a KickStarter or a fundraiser or a Patreon. There's that element that's in there, but to me, and that element's necessary. Like the thing doesn't exist without money. That's the reality. Okay, that's just a fact of life. But what moves me, what gets me up in the morning is that, again, that nice comment or that interaction of the convention where someone connected in some way. And not only that, that sense that I have a connection to them. You know that we share this passion for a thing that is still kind of obscure and honestly like daunting, you know? And we've stuck in it and we enjoy it. Whether you're into party games or war games or whatever the thing is you're into, we have this shared language. And again, that finding that tribe has been really important thing for me, I think. Yeah, you know, I think that's a really beautiful way to describe it, Rodney. And you know, people who I don't run marathons, but people who do..

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"rodney" Discussed on Shut Up & Sit Down

Shut Up & Sit Down

04:55 min | 11 months ago

"rodney" Discussed on Shut Up & Sit Down

"So that was that question didn't really go anywhere. I'm not sure where I was expecting it to, but I feel like did you get teased a lot for your name, quince? I don't know if the shut up and sit down audience know this, but to Quentin, I got teased for my accent more than my name. I used to speak. I used to speak like all 5 members of the famous 5 talking at once. Like, I'll do my other one I used to sound like when I was 7. So Americans might not be able to tell the difference. I used to speak like this and I was very excited to see everybody. I spoke like an English child in an American horror film. That's how I would describe my accent. Did you have to conscientiously change did you want to conscientiously? I went through primary school and was fine, then as soon as kids started getting mean, I was like, oh, I can't talk like this. And then rounded off all of my I mean, I still sound posture to English people because I am. Yes. But Rodney I do want to get to actual board game relevant questions. But so your experience growing up as a Rodney, tell me about it. Where would you like me to start? I just say growing up is a little tricky because I was definitely well growing up wasn't actually that difficult. It's just sort of happens to you, I suppose. But yeah, I definitely got teased a lot when I was younger, a lot. I grew up in a very conservative upbringing, like conservative. And so I wanted to know what was cool or popular or I didn't have any of those touchstones that people did. Like the movies and the music and everything. So I was just strange. It was odd. And I was just funny, you know, actually, I was watching the stream here before it started..

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"rodney" Discussed on Shut Up & Sit Down

Shut Up & Sit Down

05:26 min | 11 months ago

"rodney" Discussed on Shut Up & Sit Down

"And welcome to the shut up and sit down podcast today's edition is a special one. We have a recording of a conversation that Quinn's had with Rodney Smith during our shocks our digital online convention from last year. It is an audio treat for your ears, a fabulous celebration and a look back on ten years of shadow and sit down and watch it play. Ten years. How much has changed? How much is still the same? Luckily I kept all of my hair and you're losing more. You did this well, yeah, you know, honestly, your hair right now is the hair that I hope one day to have. And you're good though, if I have your beard, something's gone very wrong. This beard, it's just teeth, you can see through this beard. I thought I came too. That's good. That's good. I wore this beard for my recent video, and I got about 30 seconds to be the runtime before realizing. First off, all you can see is my lips, which is kind of nasty. And then just sort of what has blowing. It's truly foul. Oh my God, okay. They just stopped flaking off. You know, rut Rodney, Rodney. Rodney Smith. Would you like to introduce yourself to the chat obviously, an audience? Hilariously, that might not be able to recognize you given how deep beards myself can't D hair myself. That's gonna have to last. Also, oh wait, I taped my beard to my headphones. One second. Okay, I didn't anticipate. We didn't think this went through at all, yeah. Leave it on as a kind of fashionable. Okay. Okay, thank you. Yeah, I have to introduce myself. Hi, everybody. It's me. I'm Rodney. Rodney Smith from watch it played. Did you channel about board games as it turns out? And we didn't know this and we wouldn't know for many years. But you and I actually, I guess, decided to start our websites in the same, did you start yours in summer 2011? It was, yeah, I think the first, gosh, I should go look. I think it was June. Oh. Oh, goodness..

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"rodney" Discussed on Lex Fridman Podcast

Lex Fridman Podcast

03:24 min | 1 year ago

"rodney" Discussed on Lex Fridman Podcast

"Human Power human in heavier than air flight yet. Nineteen sixty nine. We land on the moon at six years. I'm sixty six years old near in my lifetime. that span of my lifetime. Want bailey flying. I don't know what it was fifty feet the length of the first flight or something. The landing on the moon unbelievable yet passed but that requires by the way one of the wright brothers both of them but one of them didn't believe as soon as possible like a year before right so the Possible soon but like after so so so how important. Is that. The believe and be optimistic as what i guess it is important. It's when it goes crazy. When when when i say that what what what was the would use my bad harshness. Harshness yes i just get so frustrated. Yes when when people make these leaps and tell me that i'm that i don't understand i you know yeah this just from i robot which i was co founder up. Yeah i don't know exact numbers now. Because i haven't ten years since i stepped off the board but i believe it's well over thirty million robots cleaning houses from that one company then now has lots of company says to the Was that a crazy idea that we had the believe In two thousand two women released it. Yeah that was we we had. We had the believed that it could be. Let me ask you about this. This'll i robot one of the greatest bodice companies ever. There was a manufacturer of creating a robot that actually works in the real world. Probably the greatest artist company ever. You're the co founder of it If if the rodney brooks of today talk to the rodney of back then would you tell them. Because i have a sense that would you pat him on the back and say will you doing is going to fail but go at it anyway. That's what i'm referring to with the harshness. You've accomplished incredible thing. They're one of several things. We'll talk about Like that's what. I'm trying to get at that line. No it's it's when when the harshness reserved for people who are not doing who claim. It's just well. This shows that it's just going to happen but here here's the thing this show a. You have that harshness for eel on to know the different harshness. No it's a different with know i i think spacex is amazing company on the other hand you know i in one of my close. I said what's easing. What had i said. Space x vertical landing rockets. It had been done before Griffin's i mean done sixties every soya's has them reusable space dx. Reused those rockets. That landed that cloth Those whole insurance industry in place for rocket launches the all sorts of structure..

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"rodney" Discussed on Artificial Intelligence (AI Podcast) with Lex Fridman

Artificial Intelligence (AI Podcast) with Lex Fridman

03:24 min | 1 year ago

"rodney" Discussed on Artificial Intelligence (AI Podcast) with Lex Fridman

"Human Power human in heavier than air flight yet. Nineteen sixty nine. We land on the moon at these sixty years. I'm sixty six years old near in my lifetime. that span of my lifetime. Want bailey flying. I don't know what it was fifty feet the length of the first flight or something. The landing on the moon unbelievable yet passed but that requires by the way one of the wright brothers both of them but one of them didn't believe as soon as possible like a year before right so the Possible soon but like after so so so how important. Is that. The believe and be optimistic as what i guess it is important. It's when it goes crazy. When when when i say that what what what was the would use my bad harshness. Harshness yes i just get so frustrated. He s win when people make these leaps and tell me that i'm that i don't understand i you know yeah this just from i robot which i was co founder up. Yeah i don't know exact numbers now. Because i haven't ten years since i stepped off the board but i believe it's well over thirty million robots cleaning houses from that one company then now has lots of company says to the Was that a crazy idea that we had the believe In two thousand two women released it. Yeah that was we we had. We had the believed that it could be. Let me ask you about this. This'll i robot. One of the greatest robotics companies ever there was a fact Creating a robot that actually works in the real world probably the greatest artist company ever. You're the co founder of it If if the rodney brooks of today talk to the rodney of back then would you tell them. Because i have a sense that would you pat him on the back and say will you're doing is going to fail but anyway. That's what i'm referring to with the harshness. You've accomplished incredible thing. They're one of several things. We'll talk about Like that's what. I'm trying to get at that line. No it's it's when when the harshness reserved for people who are not doing who claim. It's just well. This shows that it's just going to happen but here. Here's the thing this show a. You have that harshness for e lan to know the different harshness. No it's a different with know i i think spacex is amazing company on the other hand you know i in one of my close. I said what's easing. What had i said. Space x vertical landing rockets. It had been done before Griffin's i mean done sixties every soya's has them reusable space dx reused. Those rockets landed that equation Those whole insurance industry in place for rocket launches the all sorts of structure..

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"rodney" Discussed on Artificial Intelligence (AI Podcast) with Lex Fridman

Artificial Intelligence (AI Podcast) with Lex Fridman

03:52 min | 1 year ago

"rodney" Discussed on Artificial Intelligence (AI Podcast) with Lex Fridman

"Truly transformational understanding of what it means to build. Intelligent systems or hot to build. Intelligent systems am also wear the whole history of artificial intelligence which is where your deep grounding of this is is there has been an optimism for decades and then optimism just reading old. Optimism is absurd because people were like this is they were saying. Things are trivial for decades. Since the sixties they're saying everything is true. Computer vision is trivial. But i think my mind is working crisply enough to where i mean we can dig into if you want. I'm really surprised by the things deep minds done. I don't think they're there yet. close to solving intelligence. But i'm not sure it's not tend to ten years away. What i'm referring to is interesting to see when the engineering Takes that idea the scale and the and the idea warmest fools people. Okay ozzy rodney if it was you me and damage inside a room. Forget the press. Forget all those things just as scientists robot assist. You don't eat. That wasn't surprising to you that at scale so we're talking about very large now. We'll get okay. let's pick one. That's the most surprising to you. Please don't yell at me. Gpt three okay. Well i can say okay. Alpha zero i alpha go alpha goes zero zero and then alpha fold one and two..

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"rodney" Discussed on Lex Fridman Podcast

Lex Fridman Podcast

05:56 min | 1 year ago

"rodney" Discussed on Lex Fridman Podcast

"By the way Did when was the first time you build something that outperformed you remember like well. I mean you how it worked. I was probably nine years old. Am i built a thing that a game we take turns taking matches from a pile and the one who takes the last one of the one. That doesn't take last one wins. I forget and so it was pretty easy to build that out of wise and males. Lukoil's plugging the number and Few light bulbs the one though on proud of i was twelve when i built a a a thing out of old telephone switchboards. Which is that could Always a win at tic-tac-toe and that was a much sick design again was just active components was just three positions which is empty x zero at and the a nine of them in a lightbulb on which which wanted next and the withdrawn move there's magic in that creation i'd lost. Yeah i tend to Identity magic and robots. That like i. I also think that intelligence is a little bit overrated. I think we can have deep connections with robots very soon and come back to connections. Sure but but i do want to say i. Don't i think too. Many people make the mistake of seeing that magic and thinking. Well we'll just continue but each each one of those hot foot battle the nextstep nextstep. Yes by the open question. Here is this is why. I'm playing devil's advocate. But i often do when. I read your blog post in my mind because i have like this eternal optimism is. It's not clear to me. I do what obviously the journalists do or the. Give into the hype. But it's not obvious to me. How many steps away. We are from truly transformational understanding of what it means to build. Intelligent systems or hot to build. Intelligent systems am also wear the whole history of artificial intelligence which is where your deep grounding of this is is there has been an optimism for decades and then optimism just like reading old. Optimism is absurd because people were like this is they were saying. Things are trivial for decades. Since the sixties they're saying everything is true. Computer vision is trivial. But i think my mind is working crisply enough to where i mean we can dig into if you want. I'm really surprised by the things deep minds done. I don't think they're there yet. close to solving intelligence. But i'm not sure it's not tend to ten years away. What i'm referring to is interesting to see when the engineering Takes that idea the scale and the and the idea warmest fools people. Okay ozzy rodney if it was you me and damage inside a room. Forget the press. Forget all those things just as scientists robot assist. You don't eat. That wasn't surprising to you that at scale so we're talking about very large now. We'll get okay. let's pick one. That's the most surprising to you. Please don't yell at me. Gpt three okay. Well i can say okay. Alpha zero i alpha go alpha goes zero zero and then alpha fold one and two..

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"rodney" Discussed on Artificial Intelligence (AI Podcast) with Lex Fridman

Artificial Intelligence (AI Podcast) with Lex Fridman

02:22 min | 1 year ago

"rodney" Discussed on Artificial Intelligence (AI Podcast) with Lex Fridman

"The following is a conversation with rodney brooks. One of the greatest regret assists in history. He led the computer. Science and artificial intelligence laboratory at mit then co-founded i robot which is one of the most successful robotics companies ever then he cofounded rethink robotics that created some amazing collaborative robots like baxter and sawyer. Finally he co-founded robust dot ai. Whose mission is to teach robots commonsense which is a lot harder than it sounds. The support is five guest. We check out our sponsors in the description as a side note. I'm say that rodney is someone. I've looked up to for many years in my now over to decade journey in robotics because one. he's a legit great engineer of real world systems and to he's not afraid to stay controversial opinions that challenged the way. We see the ai world that of course while i agree with him on some of his critical views of a i. I don't agree with some others. And he's fully supportive of such disagreement. Nobody ever built anything. Great by being fully agreeable. There's always respect and love behind our interactions and conversations recorded like it was for this podcast. I think a little bit of disagreement is fun as usual. I'll do a few minutes of as now. No ads in the middle. I try to make these interesting so hopefully you don't skip but if you do please still check out the sponsor links in the description. It is the best way to support this podcast. i use their stuff and enjoyed. Maybe you will to. This show is brought to you by paper space gradient. These guys are amazing. It's a platform that lets you build. Train deploy machine learning models of any size and complexity. I love how powerful intuitive it is. I'm likely going to use paper space for a couple of machine learning experiments. i'm doing as part of an upcoming video fast. Data i of course. I highly recommend uses it. That's of course by jeremy howard who is legit as it gets in the machine learning space as an educator as a programmer i highly recommend his stuff and plus he's just a good and a brilliant human being. You can host no books on there. You could swap out the computers than say anytime she can start out on..

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"rodney" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show

The Dan Patrick Show

07:53 min | 1 year ago

"rodney" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show

"Are affecting the black community are being covered on the black information network. Not a show or podcast. Bin is a twenty four seven news network covering stories from a black perspective. Listen to the black information network on the iheartradio app and get news four and by the black community anywhere anytime keeping you informed keeping you engaged the black information network and b. i n. News dot com buzz. Oh yeah yeah he starting with the weights now speech. I just wanna say friendship is about heart art and ray. Who's with me. Good thing is he knows when he's buzzed. And my brain is saying when it's time to go home. Somebody call me a ride that guy me to know your buzzed warning signs. Call ride when it's time to go home buzzed. Driving is drunk. Driving a message from nitsa and the ad council's all right. Welcome back to the dan. Patrick show we had rodney harrison in our new york studio and there's a couple of years ago and unbeknownst to me paulie had said to rodney harrison. Hey mclovin can act like a quarterback and we're gonna presented as if you're kind of going through the motions of of sacking a quarterback and then paulie you pick up the story from there. So i said ron roddy. This is so everybody could go q. Show us how to legally hit a quarterback and then how to illegally hit a quarterback because we are discussing roughing the passer big topic back then like lower your helmet and then right before it went. I kinda whisper toivo. Good mclovin shot. He didn't need any prompting. He goes to me on giving him a shot. But if you watch video. He both hits mclovin mclaughlin's hair flops. Like david spades and tommy boy in the convertible but then he also cradles mclovin with his backhand gently like a baby drops him to the ground he hits you pretty good though like any hit by truck and landing on a mattress who was the most unbelievable phenomenon which it really says a lot about rodney strength when he cradles mclovin. Because i don't know if people realize how solid of a person andrew with thank you. Yeah i mean not as a person. But i'd like physics physically. I don't mean that actually like as mean as a person though the due to solid. He's got some haft. Bynum rodney is one of those guys. You shake his hand and you feel the strength. It's just like a super human strength. Yeah when he hits he means to hurt. I saw this where An nfl executive or nfl executives were ranking the afc teams. One through sixteen and mike sando mclovin. The athletic formerly espn who does a lot of like surveys of executive. Okay the number one. Do you want to start at the top of the afc teams or do you want to start at the bottom. The worst day of c team. You're going to get that. When the texans second worse this is according to a survey with Had a ballot that they handed out to these executives. And i think this one's surprising the second one okay so nfl executives ranking the afc teams. One through sixteen the second worst team according to the executives has a quarterback. Tony romo thinks could be one of the top three quarterbacks eventually your new york jets then it's the cincinnati bengals. Jags raiders raiders. Can't afford a another sub par season. Mike mayock can't jon. Gruden has a ten year contract then. It's the dolphins. The broncos steelers patriots are eight tightened. Seven chargers sixth then. It's the colts at five. The browns at four ravens at three buffalo to kansas city. One yeah paulie yeah. the raiders. Were eight last year. They were second division. but they don't feel like they're improving than earlier. Now mclovin the one surprise me to the broncos pretty high too above the dolphins and the raiders. Well you've been talking about all the young talent that they have offensively. But yeah i've been reading a lot of like the insiders. Pf type say that they have jerry. Judy's going to break out this year. No fan is really good portland sutton i don't know but don't you need a quarterback to make them all well teddy teddy's i'm going to throw deep. And you have wide receivers jerry. Judy is gonna wanna go deep. And you got a quarterback who doesn't throw deep. Are you just gonna drink and dunk. And that's probably what's going to happen at least for this year. But the raiders. I questioned some of their draft. Picks here gruden is not had a great return to football here. And you got a pretty steady quarterback here you got a running back. You got tight in mccann's some skill position players. They're just they make a lot of mistakes special teams and they make they make a lot of mistakes damning club and he has this huge contract so on possibly happen. Nothing nothing. did you see mark. Davis the owner of the raiders. He's building a home in vegas. That is supposed to be a scaled down version of the stadium that they plan in vegas. I wouldn't want to be as neighbor. Let's just put it that way where you're looking out your window and vegas and you're like oh god it's it's interesting interesting design. Just because have money doesn't mean you have taste. Yes time and they're going to be selling concessions and souvenirs on that in front law commerce. How you're making that might be making. Yes you're talking about. The broncos are the broncos had the ninth pick in the draft last year. They passed on justin field and now if they get a little bit better and they're picking fourteenth fifteenth sixteen th. They may stay in. That quarterback limbo. Teddy bridgewater is good. Drew drew lock. Is i think. They thought that they were in the earn roger sweepstakes. I truly believe that. But i i would have taken justin fields because you do have a pretty good nucleus there. You just don't have good quarterback you don't have a steady quarterback you can count on yemen club i disagree. I'm looking at pictures of this house. He's building kate. If you had all the money would you want to rebuild crosby field or something in your backyard. I think that's so funny and cool now. Really you think that looks good. I think it's interesting i like. Yeah it's like a childhood fantasy. I always wanted to but he already has the stadium. Crossley feel doesn't exist anymore in cincinnati that okay. I'm going to bring it back. He already has the stadium. Just go live at the stadium. Like cognac as kanye left the stadium. He in in atlanta yeah. He was living in germany. The album i saw were jake. Paul the Pseudo boxer called tim tebow. That wants to fight. Tim tebow i give him credit because he knows that he can't box against people can really box and but to call out. Tim tebow okay. You know he's calling out conor mcgregor although he did call out Cannella elvas which he can buy. He can box he can fight but you know he he stays in the news. I give him credit standing in the news because in maybe he brings boxing back. Am i interested in watching him fight. No i mean you should've got knocked out this last fight but he somehow ended up winning scripted and have him knocked out. Is that what it was script out a fight to it then. Well.

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"rodney" Discussed on Murder Minute

Murder Minute

05:13 min | 1 year ago

"rodney" Discussed on Murder Minute

"To choose him for a date. Once the cameras stopped rolling and they had a chance to chat cheryl decided to refuse the date telling producers that she found rodney to be creepy and he gave her bad vibes. This sentiment was later echoed by one of the men who sat next to rodney on the panel who described the photographer as a very weird dude with bizarre opinions. After his appearance on the dating game. Rodney alcala would go on to commit at least three more murders one of which would finally lead to his capture and arrest rodney. Alcala crimes began almost a decade before his appearance on the dating game and signs of trouble emerged even earlier than that. Rodney had enlisted in the us army at the age of seventeen four years later in nineteen sixty four. He went awol after having a nervous breakdown. Hitch-hiking from fort bragg north carolina to his mother's home in los angeles. He was medically discharged after a military psychiatrists diagnosed him with antisocial personality disorder. After leaving the army. I'll call it enrolled in a ucla school of fine arts. Earning a bachelor's degree in nineteen sixty eight later that year he would commit his first known violent crime on september twenty fifth nineteen sixty eight eight year old tally. Shapiro was walking to school along sunset boulevard in hollywood when alcala pulled up beside her and asked if she wanted a ride. The second graders hold the man that she didn't talk to strangers but he assured her that he knew her parents and she reluctantly got into his car. A good samaritan observed this interaction and followed carla's car to his apartment nearby. Then called police to describe what he just witnessed. When police arrived a short time later they knocked on the apartment door. Rodney alcala appeared at the window. Telling him that he had been in the shower. Police broke down his front door and found the little girl naked and bloody with a metal rod pressed against her neck. Alcalay fled out the back. Door narrowly escaping capture as officers focused. on saving. the little girl's life. tally. Shapiro would spend thirty two days in a coma and months in.

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"rodney" Discussed on Launch Left

Launch Left

07:33 min | 1 year ago

"rodney" Discussed on Launch Left

"Don't forget to rate subscribe. Follow us on all socials at launch left an. Please welcome to the show very special guest. Rodney crawl who'll be launching an artist. Just you wait and see. See on the other side. Hi rodney crowd. Welcome to the show. Welcome to launch left are our you. I'm good what an honor to be speaking to you. my god. you're just an incredible career and more than that like you. As an artist have been such an incredible influence on so many other artists and Helped pave the way in a left of center way In country and and pop and and production all of that. I could sing your praises and speak about your accolades for a while. But the question burning question i have is about the intersection between What every artist wants to have your music be heard by white audience and not compromise your creativity in to do so I feel like you could speak to that. And i'm just curious where your journey is. Ben if you feel like sharing a sure happy to share. I'm here to protect and serve Well you know funny. You should ask of actually given that some thought. I was speaking to my co producer slash son-in-law Just a little earlier today. We were talking about that very thing. I said you know During the most commercial part of my career. When when i was you know top the charts and stuff. I was not comfortable in my body at the time and Maybe psychologically i i sort of started trying to wiggle out of it in a way because it felt like there is a trap that i had allowed Laid for myself. Which is that thing you know when you when people are when you're on the top of the radio charts. You know in this some time ago so you walk into a room. People look at you know certain way that guy guy and i noticed that when people would look into that certain way a sort of started to adapt this persona that was based on their projection on me and that felt really dangerous and it felt like it felt like if i stayed with that for very long that i would fall into a trap in which the very thing that got me there in the first place would wither on the vine which is creativity. Because i've always thought the enemy of art is self consciousness being recognized brings on self consciousness and not in the good way so having said that. That's kind of the backstory on your question and the current story on your question is i've always i've done this long enough now to realize and it really came home for me about nine years ago. When i pulled it published a memoir that i wrote was published spend longtime riding it and when finished it was ready to go into print. I you know it's almost like a movie. I hit the end. And i said well you know this may be the only payment that i get for this. Which is knowing that i did it and i may be it you know. I was lucky. The book did okay. You know so. It wasn't but i'd already settle for the most important thing about this. Is that a done it. And after that i don't have any power over what happens after that is fools ear into think you can control it. There is this thing culturally. You know that success is measured on. How many people The like it. Or how famous you get right an and obviously as artists we want our work to resonate like that is that is something that you make art in the hopes that it touches others that it moves others that it helps others But somehow away we've become corrupted by this idea of success to be something that's actually not part of that at all and so it takes a courageous soul have awareness of that and st- and make art for the sake of art like you say and let go of of a need to control or or outcome right that's hard in any medium but in art it's it's especially hard because there so few that quote unquote make it and i've struggled a lot with the with the idea of of course wanting my music to resonate but very much always feeling like the most important thing is that i'm proud of what i've done and there's integrity and and that i don't take short cuts to please others. You've had incredible success. And you've also had years of of sort of not being recognized based on making choices that were i surmise about just making art for art sake or where those years more that you were trying to fit a mold and those records were more that you are trying to get another hit and that you weren't being an integrity you know like i'm so curious about that after the diamonds dirt in case of the highway portion of my career level career I had some good friends. Who were you know. Really hot at a label. The holy in our department were really close friends and creative partners and so they gave me a lot of money to come over and make records for this particular record company. Well i hadn't fully recovered from My personality issues about projection on me and me inventing a a stick figure version of myself as already said but the next thing happened is a lot of money and to which i went into the creative process thinking you know look. I grew up for on the east side. Houston my mother and father have seventh eighth grade. Education sharecropper farm kids. So there's a certain amount of disentitlement and shame and all the things that go with being poor white not really trash but poor white so.

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"rodney" Discussed on Dispatches from the Multiverse

Dispatches from the Multiverse

03:01 min | 1 year ago

"rodney" Discussed on Dispatches from the Multiverse

"Yeah we'll just put them back on the shelves. You can take the little snow globe looking thing there. Oh this is it. This is the replica. Oh at least. When i shake his does the thanks a bunch. Sorry you didn't get to keep the actual rodney gnome me to head out of the gift shop here is through. This turnstile. didn't turn what no welcome back to the game. Genie loading construct banks. I've never seen any one being killed by a turnstile before. Yeah me neither. Stop the n expected. Yeah thanks all right. Well there's nothing left for me back there. So i i know time doesn't work seen here but i'm probably out of time so an open portal. Here i'll be seeing you. Maybe visiting all right back back. Wow you did not look that sad. You end fiery demon was bending your toes backwards. What are you so broken up about. Almost had the rodney rodney. Sorry just start. Everyone knew it's a one of a kind garden gnome. Incredibly foul incredibly coveted. I thought that they were not. They were all destroyed. All the people who conceived of and helped in any way in the manufacturing of the rodney or all either imprisoned or mysteriously vanished. And i've actually been doing sort of little side research trying to see if any other dimensions had rodney. There weren't any anywhere in any dimension but it turns out there was one here i had it was literally within my grasp and Well turns out our friends. See forty seven took it. Maybe there's a silver lining on this cloud. Max maybe forty seven will be happy with his betrayal. Because we've had a lot of bad luck with these. Yeah well this case. I'm the one with the misfortune so thanks again. See forty seven. Thanks for the support patron and wherever you are. Master thief import seven. I'm gonna find you okay. i'm gonna find you. I'm going to find you. And i'm going to hunt you down and i'm gonna get back the rodney that is rightfully mine. I'm going to get it. Wow i i don't think i've seen you this passionate about anything look until today. I thought the rodney was just a legend. I didn't think that they're really existed. One but now that i know it really exists. And that same. Forty-seven in the inter dimensional master thieves guild. Has it. I need it. Wow i needed jack all right all right okay. But they're down. I i hear you. I believe you. It's not the threatening with his knife. Okay i was just. How did this night even get in my hand. I don't know okay All right i'm gonna go cool off do some more research. I guess about this master. Thieves killed see if they have any kind of presence in any of the inter dimensional sources that we have access to and dressing in in a week. All right. i know the thing or two about thieves. So i can help down. Good from the multi purpose is produced

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"rodney" Discussed on Dispatches from the Multiverse

Dispatches from the Multiverse

04:44 min | 1 year ago

"rodney" Discussed on Dispatches from the Multiverse

"Okay obviously some kind of a. Because i know that in every dimension i've been to that all the rodney's have been destroyed as a no. Censorship bureau went with hammers and destroyed every single. One of them. Yeah you realize the people that made this seeing all went to jail. Some of them were executed. We i know only a small percentage of the dimensions that had been to. As far as i'm aware were dirty enough to even dream up the rodney. The other name for this scene with rodney dome is the aristocrats. That's how bad this is all right. Well listen i was stuck in here to get out of the reigning pies. That's that's weird. Zep blueberry on your shirt there. Yeah one of one of them nailed me right before i got under here but listen you. You've intrigue me. i must have the rodney. That's that's the real deal which it certainly certainly looks like all these photos you've shown me but you're not coming in here with pus. Coming out of your eyes buddy. Maybe once you start feeling better all right fine. You gotta get the rodney okay. I'll be back as soon as i can't miss going to go. Try to find some solution to this. Better men don't eat that bus. That can't be good for you pudding anyways back out into the reigning pies. That is a really big one. Y'all are you all right so you're not alright right now. This is what it feels like to be crushed to death by a what has happened. Welcome back to the game. Genie construct good. They knew joe's infant. Oh gosh yeah it is. Okay as the closest call i've had yet in any dimension. Okay he'll question. Is the game. Genie construct subject to the regular laws of space and time knocked out great perfect so let me Flipped to so freeing pies was definitely not a good idea and neither was putting is as it turns out. I'm gonna keep infinite..

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"rodney" Discussed on The Showtime Podcast with Lakers Legend Coop

The Showtime Podcast with Lakers Legend Coop

04:20 min | 1 year ago

"rodney" Discussed on The Showtime Podcast with Lakers Legend Coop

"The good right now. You got Rodney. You need a little help. Well actually I'm trying to cut back on the lust of My Flesh off. I I don't have no problem guys. Well, I need a little help at 6. Well says that goes. Yeah, absolutely. Listen, again, this is called the lightning round for both of you. Okay, I'm going to give you five names and you just tell me a little bit of something about him. Okay, for you Nelson Mandela. Wow. Inspirational I mean leader. D Elgin Baylor. Oh man. He was, he was the goat before we knew that was ghosts, you know, the time we spend with him was just like going to the library, you know, and in watching them was just inspiration. Rodney, Barack Obama. Wow. Great president. A had a lot of diplomatic diplomacy met him at the Congressional Black Caucus and I saw him face-to-face and I said he's going to do great things for the nation day. Kobe Bryant man, you know, Colby and I spent a lot of time together doing commercials and, you know, You got me with that one cuz you know, I love that young boy and jelly. You know, when you were winning MVPs over in Italy, in jelly was there with you. You know the saying right? I'll walk over and Switzerland and United Nations man. I got a lot of great Kobe stories that I can't wait to share with you do. You're going to love me or you just, you know, you know, you know about inspiration, Rodney, Kareem Abdul-Jabbar Skyhook, you know, I practice the Skyhook as much as I can. I'm, I'm six one but you know, when I was younger I was short and I was always trying to get over my brother, my brother was 6-4. So it was a Skyhook, I gotta add educated to.

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"rodney" Discussed on The Showtime Podcast with Lakers Legend Coop

The Showtime Podcast with Lakers Legend Coop

04:12 min | 1 year ago

"rodney" Discussed on The Showtime Podcast with Lakers Legend Coop

"But there are other jobs that you can do, you could be a broadcaster, you can be an analyst, you can. There's so many other things that I think that you're inspiring, a lot of people would your position in life and the things that you're doing and all the people who you're connected to It's amazing And and Dawn's doing the same thing. That's what I like. You know, I'm building my bridge. Now, I'm making my move to direct and do other things. That's what it's all about, you know. Yeah, it's cool that, you know, you got to play with Kareem Abdul-Jabbar, but I'll be honest, probably pretty cool, much cooler. Movie scene with Mel Brooks Rodney that thing that we just saw. How long did it take you guys to do that, was that all day or where you're one? Take Rodney guy know. I, you know what we were there and actually we shot that out in a valley, you know, in this so many crazy things like that. How they built the backdrop and it was done here in Southern California, but it looks like the wild west but I just, I've had so many. It was something funny. I wanted to ask you Coop, when I was in high school, you know, how you play basketball in gym class. One thing, one of the funniest things was I had to share this my high school buddies when we're in class. They said don't pass it to rip because he will shoot. And I I used to cut one time to coach with everybody at guys like that has break down all got out, I'm coming down the court and the coaches running. You know, the gym coach is running down the side. Got Lippy, go, go, go. And I get into half-point half-court. I stopped between birth. Court in the top of the key. He's a no no drippy know I pull up, man. I'm like, you know, twenty five outs and I mean, I hit the rim because, you know, the car driven get on the court. He just, I mean, is it wrong to pull up? That's what I want to know. Is it wrong to pull up your step, trying to pull up, right? You know, it's wrong to pull off, but you know what, they call a person like that, right? They called me. They called him a black hole the ball. I usually like to shoot off. So you know what can I do with day? What what team did you like best when you were playing in the NBA, other than the Lakers? Man, I grew up the Lakers was all I you know, aspired to man when I signed with them and that was that was it for me men, but because I was born in New Jersey. And, but I grew up in La, you know, I love the New Jersey Nets, dr. J. How could you not Brian Taylor that crew? You know? And you know that was basically it man, the Nets in Las Vegas for the safe safe to say Doctor. James your favorite team mate..

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