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"ryan adams" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

06:15 min | 3 d ago

"ryan adams" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"Is a life altering experience. It was for me. Setting up the guardian angels and Vancouver British Columbia. Ryan Adams says, as canuck, it inspired him to write these classic songs in the 80s. And sun yung moon cult leader of the unification church coming over from South Korea walked through Stanley park and was motivated to do evil. That's the power of Stanley park and I'm sure there were some of you out there. Upon visiting British Columbia, so gorgeous, the other side of the rockies. You go up to Victoria, it's like it's like you're in the Netherlands. It's like the Dutch tulips, old style, but then you go through Vancouver, it's like the remnants of the hippies. What a gorgeous city where it's laid out, but that Stanley park wow. You ever been to Vancouver and you can avoid all the homeless that don't fiends, all the flotsam and jetsam. You gotta go to Stanley park. That's something you definitely have to do, but I did a deep dive early tonight. Because I said, I need to let my audience know what the controversy is about this young huckleberry this Nick Fuentes. And when I found this cut, as a man, this is like Nazi use. There's no other way to describe it. It's vile. It's despicable. Here is Nick Fuentes. Holocaust denied denying the Holocaust, but he does it by using a cookie metaphor. Max says if I take one hour to cook a batch of cookies and cookie monster has 15 ovens working 24 hours a day, every day for 5 years, how long does it take cookie monster to make 6 million batches of cookies? I don't know, that's a good question. Certainly oh no, no. It doesn't really sound correct to me. Wait a second. It takes one hour to cook a batch of cookies, and you have 15 ovens, probably in four different kitchens, right? Doing 24 hours a day, every day for 5 years, how long would it take you to make 6 million? Um, I don't know, it certainly wouldn't be 5 years, right? The math doesn't seem to add up there. The math doesn't quite seem to add up there. I don't think you'd result in 6 million. Maybe 200 to 300,000 cookies. And I think the red cookie association said something like that, probably 200 to 300,000 cookies baked, probably. And in addition, you know, in this hypothetical, I imagine that if you took aerial photographs over the kitchens, you would need to see certain smokestacks to release the smoke from baking the cookies and the smoke stacks with project certain shadows, but I guess they're not visible in the aerial photographs taken over the kitchens. Moreover, if you look at the soil texture, it's really not deep enough for mass cookie storage underground. And so there's a lot of things, you know, on the cookie kitchen, they say that the ovens are wooden and they have windows on them and they're not totally secure. And the ovens that they use, they actually did sort of an ad hoc use of that particular kind of oven, even though they made a perfectly good design for ovens for a different purpose for delousing. I mean, you know, for something else, so none of it really adds up. I don't know, it just kind of doesn't really make sense. This crazy cookie analogy. You have to really, you have to be, that's sort of an esoteric story. That's from cookie right. You wouldn't understand that if you're just sort of passing through if you're just annoying. So 6 million cookies, I don't buy it. That's all irony. I'm an irony bro that's all irony. You know, I love and respect everyone. Everything that the government says is true. What a secola. Is a young man. He's obviously intelligent. I don't know what his background is. But as a Holocaust denier, he certainly has an influence on young men of his age. That was a sick Cola analogy. And for those of you who couldn't connect the dots, he's talking about 6 million Jews being put in the ovens. He doesn't believe it. He doesn't believe it happen. He said maybe 200,300 thousand. And that's not even addition to the gypsy's union members, socialists, communists, his people that the Nazis didn't like. Also, it's like close to another four to 6 million. People that they put in the oven so they put bullets in the back of their head or they exterminated them, the final solution. You ask yourself, this young man, I believe, was born here in raised in this country. You say, where did he get these notions from? Were the parents telling them they said a young age? It's like not she youth. I'm reviled by it. I just say this, how? I'm not naive. And now I understand why the attention has gone to him when congresswoman Marjorie Taylor Greene from Georgia went to speak at one of his gatherings, gatherings, America first gatherings. I mean, I think if I was in the presence of this guy, I'd want to, I'd feel soiled and want to take a shower. Although he'd probably want not water coming out of the shower stall, but maybe gas, what is she called? I can not.

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"ryan adams" Discussed on CoinDesk Podcast Network

CoinDesk Podcast Network

02:50 min | 2 weeks ago

"ryan adams" Discussed on CoinDesk Podcast Network

"Updates. And for those of you who don't care about any of that, but just want me to give you the unvarnished coverage day to day from this train wreck. I'm completely unencumbered now, so get ready. So where does the industry go from here? First of all, one thing I want to say is that beyond this rottenness at its core, FTX was full of some of the best people I've ever worked with in terms of them as people and in terms of their skills and capacity to deliver. Like me, all of those people are absolutely reeling from the betrayal of Sam and trying to figure out what next. There's a telegram chat where X FTX are sharing opportunities. So if anyone is hiring DM me and I can drop it there. More broadly speaking, we will see I believe a massive return to fundamentals. I'm talking real no bullshit basics. Not your keys, not your coins. Why decentralization true decentralization matters? Don't trust verify. I'm already thinking a lot about how that might manifest in the show and you're not going to have to wait long to see that. Second, there is going to be a huge amount of reflection. Around everything I discussed above. The nature of tokens rules and regulations around exchanges, considerations of diligence and the power we give media to shape our opinions. We need to own our part in fighting for something like this not to happen again. But I do believe that as we do that incredibly important reflection, we need to remember that this was not a failure of a technology. It was egregious, deplorable, arrogant fraud. And the actions of one lying fraudulent con do not define us all. Ryan Adams of bankless tweeted yesterday. Sad thing is, Sammy killed defy in the U.S. on his way out. The wrath of regulators is coming. I expect they'll make no distinction between cfi and DeFi. Our DeFi educators in D.C. need our help more than ever. Jake travinsky from the blockchain association and said, what do we do? And Jake's response nearly perfectly summed up a lot of what I've been feeling. Jake tweeted, we tell the truth. We explained that this wasn't a U.S. regulatory failure or a flaw in the underlying technology. It was a historic fraud, perpetrated by a con man in The Bahamas. We uncover in detail exactly what happened. Honestly, and ruthlessly, delay bear the crime in full. We take responsibility for not calling out the red flags for not pushing back harder while the criminal crowned himself the king of this industry. We help with the investigations we show how open-source public blockchains offer an unprecedented ability to root out bad actors. We take it upon ourselves to use this technology for what it does best to increase transparency to mitigate risk to eliminate untrustworthy third parties. We make proof of reserves a top priority for every custodial market participant. We put decentralization above all else. We restore the principles that brought us here. Don't trust verify, not your keys, not your coins. We focus on education for newcomers. The first thing we teach is self custody, not which coin will make them rich quick. We teach them only to invest what they

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"ryan adams" Discussed on Typology

Typology

08:20 min | 2 months ago

"ryan adams" Discussed on Typology

"Be a Grammy nominee. Who is celebrated in music city, Nashville, Tennessee, as one of its great icons. And you're going to write a book a memoir titled saved by a song. It just started that you know that tonight is you do this first. You just, it would have been impossible to believe. Wait. It's possible that I could get here from there. Wow. You know? And yet life is funny that way. You know? Maybe it was terrifying to the degree that it was because it meant so much to me. And I really wanted to do it. Wow. Like it went in my heart of hearts. It's what I really wanted to do. I really, really, really wanted to be a songwriter and an author and a person of words. And because of drugs and alcohol, I couldn't focus. I couldn't focus. I could, you know, machete my way through a kitchen, but I couldn't focus on the kind of things that make writing good. I couldn't do that. And I didn't have the self awareness or the ability to sit still and do this kind of work until I got sober. And so my recovery has been all about moving through the fear of a million things. And towards the light, towards the calling, that whisper that asks of me to do what is frightening. And I'm always being asked to do what is frightening. It just never ends. You don't get there. There is no there. It's pretty constant. Once a mountain is climbed, there's just going to be another mountain. And you know I'm now 32 years sober. So fast forward. I moved to Nashville when I was 40 to pursue this. I tossed the keys to the investor and said, your restaurant enjoy. I'm out. Go Shay out. And left Boston came here in 2001 here being Nashville, Tennessee. And I was very, very lucky. I got a record deal. I was able to be on a label that I think is probably one of the coolest labels ever called lost highway records, a division of universal. They had, oh my God, they had the best artists at lucinda, Ryan Adams, Johnny Cash, they put out a Hank Williams box set, it was an extraordinary time in Nashville. It was the very end, I think, of that kind of opportunity for an artist like me. And I caught it. I just caught it, just caught it, you know? It's a speeding car and I caught it. And you know, it is my story is a story of possibility. You know, people look at me and go, well, you'd think that the grand old opry wouldn't want someone like Mary, you know, who's, I mean, I am a gay woman, and I walk like a duck. I talk like a duck. There's not a lot of swan going on here. I look like what I am. And that's not a bad thing or a good thing. It's just a thing. And you don't see people like me on the opry, but I play the opry a lot. And so that's possibility for people who look like me. To say, well, she did it. You know, and the same thing with getting a record deal at 40. Who gets a record deal at 40? Well, I'm gaucher. Like I am the one. That is unheard of. I don't know. It doesn't happen. Not on a major label. No. No, because the demographic that participates most wholeheartedly in music is younger. And they want people their age, you know? So, against all odds, that's my story. It's against all odds and it keeps happening. And I love that I can be inspiration for people who are saying, yeah, you can't do this, but well, yeah, you can. You can. Yeah. Yeah, one of my favorite retorts the people who say you can't. And you have these herbs, and many people say, well, you know, I don't think I go, who says? Says who? You know what I mean? Who says that? Who says you can't do that, right? It's pretty great. So on that note then, it's a nice segue. I want to do a reading from your book. Thank you. All right. And it's this, again, for people who are just chiming in right now, saved by a song, the art and healing power of songwriting by the inimitable word I've used twice today, Mary gauthier, and I love this, which is taken from this chapter, our lady of the shooting star. So why don't you do this beautiful reading for me? I'd love it. This scene takes place a shortly after I moved to Nashville. And it goes like this. The first year I lived in Nashville, I was invited to a party at music photographer Jim Maguire's house that became a song circle with guy Clark, Lyle levitt, John Hyatt, Joey Lee Steve Earl, and Nancy Griffith. It was a wonderful night, and I was on the edge of my seat desperately wanting to go from being in the audience to swapping songs with that group of legends. I knew I was in deep waters, the new kid in town, but I longed to sit in that circle. I deeply admired everyone in it for many years. As the music was winding down, Nancy looked over and asked Mary, would you play us a song? A new Nancy, because that opened a string of shows for her a month prior. I was absolutely thrilled when she invited me to play. I sat in the chair, she offered, took her guitar into my hands, and played a song I'd written called our lady of the shooting stars. The other songwriters closed their eyes and nodded as I played, some even smiled. There was no wild applause when the song ended, but the smiles and nods made me feel like I belonged. I still had a long way to go, of course, but joining that circle was validation that moving to Nashville had been a good decision. Holding my own in that circle of songwriters whose records I owned, and whose careers I followed gave me confidence. Being around songwriters, I deeply admired humanized them. It made the star I was reaching for, feel less distant. When I was done, I handed Nancy her guitar back. And she shook her head and said, no, you keep it. I froze. Holding her engraved, signature sunburst, tailored 6 12 cutaway guitar in midair. Question marks flashing in both of my eyes. It's yours. She said, when I moved to Nashville, Harlan Howard gave me his guitar. I'm giving you mine. I was speechless, but somehow found the courage to ask, would you sign it? And she did. Someone handed her a sharpie and she signed for Mary because you will sing. I found out later it's an old Nashville tradition to pass on a guitar. It's an attempt to stay on the good side of the muse and the mystery. Some songwriters believe it is one way to keep songs flowing. Harlan gave Nancy one of his guitars because he felt there were no songs left in it for him, but maybe there were some inside it for her. Nancy had just done the same thing for me. It was as if she was saying, welcome to Nashville kid. Remember, you best stay on the good side of mystery in paradox. They

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Rock star tests positive for COVID-19

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | 1 year ago

Rock star tests positive for COVID-19

"A popular rockstar has tested positive for covert nineteen Ryan Adams says he is not tested positive twice in a month for covert nineteen musician posted on Instagram that the latest positive test came when he arrived at Milan airport for a promotional event the post features a photo of him in an airport room being tested and a second one of him in an ambulance being taken off for a more reliable PCR test Adams who is also a photographer is in Milan to unveil the twenty twenty two Carelli calendar which you shot among those featured in it a fellow musicians Iggy Pop Jennifer Hudson so we've read and share I'm Oscar wells Gabriel

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"ryan adams" Discussed on Smashing Security

Smashing Security

08:59 min | 1 year ago

"ryan adams" Discussed on Smashing Security

"Can you trust your vpn's vp's and what about you. Mark i am going to be talking about facebook's worst idea ever forget and i'll be talking about duping facial recognition. Can it be done all this and much more coming up on this episode of smashing security now chums chums might bring to you news of a legal nature. It comes from the united states where the department of justice has just revealed the three four might. Us intelligence personnel have admitted helping the united arab emirates get their hands on a series of zero day exploits for the purposes of spying against people including american targets. Is this kind of like Cia wanted to but someone internally can't go the fbi. They hate each other so they get a third party to intercept and do it for is that is that what your mind. I love you bro. It's complicated you've just made it as if world politics complicated enough you've taken it to a whole new level where the cia is outsourcing spying against its own nation. They've taken that to enemy country now. That's that's that's not what's happening okay. What is happening you i. E they had an operation called project raven. Good name and what they did was they. They hide within project raven a number of people who used to work for us intelligence. And they said oh. Could you join our clandestine hacking team. Could you possibly help us. Hack your fellow americans with your knowledge and three people who used to work in. Us intelligence have now admitted that they've been doing this for the a e and those three people are you their names. Mark bayer daniel garrick and ryan adams. They were senior managers at a you. A base company called dark matter. I can only think of two reasons why somebody would do this one disgruntled to wonga disgruntled with their longer or disgruntled by their longer. Yes well yes. I for one. I'm shocked that spies of turned out to be untrustworthy duplicitous. There who want he said one thing another and now he's come to work this foreign company dark matter and if you go to dock matters website by the way they haven't got much the website it's gotta hold in visit dark it is yes they've they've used some css to you have a black background and it says they are dedicated to providing secure trusted and integrated cyber protection services to government agencies and businesses. It but everyone says that boilerplate don't say they help those toll into their website. It's a cutting face now three men. They are accused of integrative exploit into a a hacking tool a hack into accord com. Kamo allocate. that's ironic now in early. Twenty nineteen reuters reported that comma could basically give hackers access to your iphones. We add to toby. Can upload loads of phone numbers or email addresses and as if by magic it would hoover up photos from the phones. Emails text messages. Used enough to click on anything last week. We had tom langford. Took matt zeroed. Click exploits so that like that. Get location information from people sifi. Tony works against fans can't intercept franco's but clearly could cool. It's a lot of mischief. You wouldn't even know it was on your phone. They'd just go collecting all this stuff from you. Hoovering it all up. And i know everything about you and the thing about phones is if you can successfully get on them. There's nothing on there that can detect you because this is complete walled garden. And you can't have antivirus or anything like that. So there's this you hope the great big wall that protects you hold up if it doesn't then you have no idea. Basically and targets include the amira qatar journalists senior turkish official and nobel peace prize winning human rights activist in yemen and his claims that these attacks dumb with the common tool they accessed compromising and sexually explicit photographs of some of their many people. How many people have sexually explicit photographs themselves on their phone. All of them yes. Let's do a survey right now. Mark now obviously not everyone apart. Power market only the camera. But i just don't get it just in case you forget what your boobs look like. You're of a generation. You might want right now. Crossing remember them in the future should never gonna get any better than they are. Now see anyway aside the fi- assume it's safest just around up and save wants doing it. I mean clearly. Not everyone is doing it but i think enough people do that. You can just round up to everyone. But i go to all the trouble of hiring these x. spies yes and coming up with zero day for iphones. which is you know. it's not simple. it's certainly very very expensive. And then you have crazy spyware on there and then you like nude photos here porn sites mark. They're not doing it for a quick rubber. That's not why they give them the photos influence. Isn't it so you know it's it's back. Matt matt yeah. That's why they're doing all they might want. Wanna see where you are in what we might want. See your emails and who you're talking to and that sort of thing but you didn't mention those things now. I'm just like Nudes now gentleman right. These three gentlemen who've been charged by the justice. I was interested in so the this company dark matter. What are they doing now right. I thought how to use linked in exactly and it turns out that these former us intelligence personnel knew better than to maintain elite profiles wasn't able to find out much about mock bayer didn't find that much him but the next guy ryan adams bryan adams nico successful singing career. Exactly everything i do. I do it for you know brian. also ryan adams ryan adams and brian adam. Yeah how's that allowed obviously looked brian and went for him. Was it twitter. Wouldn't allow him a b. or something. What's this one called ryan as well as brian. It shouldn't it should be like actors. They should have to have different names. I think anyway. So couldn't find that much better ryan adams but the third guy daniel gurecki okay interesting chap because he is currently working for a computer security company specifically accompany which is a well-known. Vpn company could express vpn. What he's currently working for them. Yes daniel tucker. Ricky has been hard since december twenty nineteen as c. I o. says the doj came out and said hey these three dudes have admitted to help in the uae. Nothing we can do about it. So there's gonna crack on. Well thanks for listening. That's no other. Doj press releases we can do they wish. They admitted their guilt. And if they assist the authorities that maybe they'll get off with a fine of a few million dollars. Okay so how do we know. They're not already assisting the authorities or maybe they are. Maybe there's kind of like wink wink. F you assist us well so express. Vpn cio is this chap daniel. Ricky was the i handful daniel the daniel this study bio always see chief insecurity of maybe i don't know anyway express. Vpn if you go to their website. They describe themselves as first and foremost a privacy company because it goes..

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"ryan adams" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology

Rock N Roll Archaeology

05:17 min | 1 year ago

"ryan adams" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology

"Well we're talking about right as you say very restrained in the most of the cuban recordings i think because he thought what was happening so great that he kind of rather brilliantly became a piece of destruction tula as i went to see him a plan. Dublin a couple of years ago often. walking replays on this stuff had said people want to play guitar which he didn't think they did. But anyway as soon as you put the two together in sola instantly. So i can get so doublet where we went to see him in the national stadium. Which is a purpose built boxing stadium. It's the maddest place Apparently Ryan adams once he saw it couldn't believe it was a national stadium because he played places with big addressing rooms in this and what was fantastic back because it was a boxing venue and they had no alcohol. The bank was kind of a title short selling cup soup and sweets and which jimothy when boxing is on is kind of what you want to eat and drink but a but it was. It was a slightly cyrillic mentioned. The sound was unbelievably good. Concrete books in ringwood achieve be a great place to see about. It was sensational concert. Why can get some. There's a third piece that we have about. Victory is by fred sheriffs and rolling stone in one thousand nine joakim and bry both get interviewed in that. And that's nice as well because kind talks about being east quite young. When the hand i you know i think like eighteen something and it being quite nervous but then not being intimidated by by the cuban musicians we sat down to record chan chan and all of a sudden that was the first take. And you didn't think about it rice's they're very brotherly. We came in just as players if they pick up on you as a good brother than you are. That and i think that actually sums up the vibe of the whole sessions there. Is this kind of shit. Unfrosted leland kind of unforced feel about the whole thing. I mean sort of be on the patches of reich whose career of ups door i mean paradise and lunch sharon. That's of time the stuffy did with else name. That the employer stuffy did with humanist flaco jimenez i and then i don't know i started sort of started losing interest. They started doing a little film soundtrack. Work some of which like full vendors taxes power texas was was. He was huge. He's a curious guy to read into fees because he's quite bad tempered he. It's like when you know when he started doing film music. He started complaining. That people were watching the movie. Rodman this some music. Which has some film music work. Just just just a bit uncertain you often when you read you get online sense of dissatisfaction with his lot even though he had by any account. Fantastic life as musician.

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"ryan adams" Discussed on 1A

1A

07:44 min | 1 year ago

"ryan adams" Discussed on 1A

"And it was dystopia in in the way that you just didn't see any women on the streets unless there was a kind of lonely old woman begging because no one was looking after it was just awful so i think the fear will be that we will see a showcasing kabul. We will assume that things are moving in the right direction or not moving back as quickly backwards would be thought they might but outside of kabul may be a very different picture. well jessica. What kind of engagement are we seeing from the international community at this point. I think it's already very uncertain at the moment. I mean the. Us keeps repeating that the taliban need to allow afghan citizens to leave and american citizens to leave. And they've promised that they will withholding decision yet on whether to recognize the government or not. So they're kind of carrot-and-stick approach. And i think everyone is hopeful that when a new government is announced it will be more inclusive than than this one but to me. It seems a little bit like wishful thinking because at the end of the day the todd and just rolled into kabul without having to negotiate or fire shot pretty much and so they have say over the over the future of their government. Well let's turn now to iran where officials say they've agreed to cooperate with the un's nuclear watchdog service. Iran says it will allow officials from the international atomic energy agency to service nuclear equipment in the country and to travel to iran for negotiations. Paul how significant is this display of cooperation from iran. I think he's quite important. Because i think you know the beginning of the administration. We were waiting to see what the iranians were going to do whether there was going to be with their new hope more hard line leader a much more hardline stance and i think this is the first signs that perhaps despite the rhetoric there is a move towards getting some sort of normality back into the relationship so i think is quite encouraging. It's a very small step. The kind of memory cards are going to be allowed to be exchanged. Still going to be sitting in iran. But i do think we're seeing a bit of authority here And i think that's you know that can only be good well in other news three former. Us military and intelligence officials admitted to aiding the united arab emirates in a sophisticated hacking operation. The three american officials are accused of providing hacky tank hacking technology while working for a company in the that conducted hacking operations for the country. Emily explain more of what happened here. So essentially three former. Us operatives were part of what was known as project raven and basically project raven working for the monarchy hacked helped helps the government's by on its enemies hacking into accounts of for example human rights activists and journalists essentially. What happened here and the three say. Oh we thought that we were following the law and that the us government had approved this. Basically what they did was. They deployed the cyber weapon known as karma which allows access to tens of millions of devices And and basically is very advanced intelligence gathering system. The problem was that the government had not in fact given them permission to give karma to the uae so three are collectively paying. I think it's yes. Okay collectively paying got my number one point. Six million sorry one point six nine million and can never again seek. Us security clearance. But in the meantime. I just want to stress that this is. The real damage was done right that these three former operatives allowed this government to spy not only rival governments not only on on other spies but on human rights people working towards human rights and toward an towards. You know the journalists. I also think that on the hands of the story of the is very different cases. But on the heels of the story about the israeli tool the pegasus that was also used to spy on human rights activists and journalists worth looking at or considering these sorts of massive systems that these governments have and how often they end up being used against human rights activists and journalists around the world. So when you say. Us operatives can you. Do we know more specifically who these people are. Yeah we know. We know who the three of them were they were. They were former intelligence operatives. And i their names remarked ryan adams and daniel garrick apologies if i mispronounce to any of that but yes we know who the three people were they used to work for. Us intelligence and will not be able to do that. Moving forward well earlier this week Prosecutor in haiti asked that the country's prime minister on real on re be banned area on re rather be banned from leaving the country while his involvement into the assassination alleged involvement of haiti's president is investigated shortly after making that request. That prosecutor was removed by now. Emily haitian president giovanelli. Moe's was killed in his home in july. Since then a lot has happened in haiti. What do we know about where the investigation into maurice's death stands right now. That's right so he was killed july in his home by these assassins and now one of them is believed person who is is a main suspect behind his killing was a former justice ministry official and there are phone calls between this former official and anri so essentially these these. The investigation is developing. First of all we do know more now than we did back in july or they shouldn't think they do. It's like the prime minister has denied any wrongdoing but also not explained these calls and so the justice minister and a fellow senior. Another senior official said well. This is your standing in the way of justice. We can't work here anymore. It's always it's hard to separate out what's political versus procedural right but it does not necessarily inspire confidence that there are phone calls between the prime minister and the person who suspected to be involved in this in this crime. Paul how is haiti fearing following the assassination of its president and then the earthquake. That happened last month miserably. Frankly i mean the problem. We've got now is the the assassination is basically being used by various different political opponents to basically attack their opponents. A of haitians are wondering whether actually any justice will be done because this is there is a power vacuum in the country. Now that people are trying to fill by basically saying well you know maybe you were involved in this and so the kind of the hopes afterwards the people would take a breath and try and bring their country back together and then obviously deal with the natural disasters. That hit haiti kind of disappearing. It's it's a miserable time to be in haiti whether you are hoping for the future of your country politically whether you're trying to survive on a day-to-day basis or whether you're hoping anyone is ever going to step in and help you because the international community it's not entirely washed. His hands of haiti but his home is is constantly shaking. his head added and there just doesn't seem to be any way to help. The people of haiti get back home and even keelan have some kind of sense that they all going in the right direction. It's very very sad. President emmanuel macron of france announced on wednesday that the french military forces had killed the leader of the islamic state in the greater sahara..

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"ryan adams" Discussed on Pat Gray Unleashed

Pat Gray Unleashed

06:08 min | 1 year ago

"ryan adams" Discussed on Pat Gray Unleashed

"Pat gray. He's unleased and he's on the way tomorrow and just unbelievable what has happened in the last twenty years. That's the first of all it's incredible to me that it's been twenty years twenty years and it seems like yesterday in some ways and in other ways it seems like it was pre revolutionary war sear dove. Because we we've come so far since then Oh and not in the right direction and you know it felt like we were divided in prior to nine eleven and then we kinda came together again and we talked about how together we were. And we're all americans now have lasted two months and then we were divided again but it wasn't this kind of divided we it was like You're you're full of it right and then you move on and we were still believe we still had the belief that even if out. You're crazy yeah still. We're not saying country. Now it's like you disagree with me I'm gonna make sure that you don't have a job. Can't feed your family You can't be heard in this country we're gonna shut you down in every aspect of your life. Jeez that singer ryan what's his face That got right. Hansel ryan adams cancelled in every aspect of his life. I mean nobody will have anything to do with him. That was a metoo situation But you could be cancelled for so many different things. Now that it's it's mind boggling. And that that guy. I i don't know him i don't know how he treats women. I just know that really long article. That i read and it looked like he was railroaded out of all the stuff like maybe he wasn't as guilty as people made him out to me and he lost all his friends. He lost his Music company he lost Sales of course he wasn't able to go on tour anymore man. that was his career. He lost his career and friends. And if you just kinda hold up in his house for two years because he was a repeat sex offender who needed to be off the streets correct right no wasn't no No and the most egregious one that i read about was this new up and coming singer that he supposedly blackballed because she wouldn't sleep with him anymore. You know they had a consensual relationship and then it broke off and then she claimed that he is kind of submarine her career. Nothing could be further from the truth. He did everything you could possibly do for her. And she's a star now and in fact followed all the contractual agreements that they had. He did everything he said he was gonna do. Yeah wait okay. We'll then but well at one point he may have said. I don't wanna do that right. Maybe i don't know but that's my point. I yeah okay. I said I mean my. I remember my my my kids comp- they complain when they're taking out the trash i don't care. Just take out the trash you can tell me. I don't wanna do this. Take dress as you're taking out the trash. I got no problem with complain all you want. My parents actually had a problem with that. I really like that and you could see how you see. How jeffey exactly right. Thank you So anyway we've come a long way in the wrong direction. But a reminder of what it was like from the former president of the united states remember his speech after nine eleven. All of this was brought upon us in a single day and night fell on a different world. a world where freedom itself is under attack. Americans have many questions tonight. Americans are asking who attacked our country. The evidence we gathered all points to a collection of loosely affiliated terrorist organizations known as al qaeda. There are some of the murders indicted for bombing american embassies in tanzania and kenya and responsible for bombing the uss cole. This group in its leader. A person named osama bin laden linked to many other organizations in different countries including the egyptian islamic and the islamic movement of becca. Stan there are thousands of these terrorists. In more than sixty countries there recruited from their own nations and neighborhoods and brought to camps in places like afghanistan where they're trained in the tactics of terror. They're sent back to their homes are sent to hide in countries around the world to plot evil and destruction. The leadership about canada has great influence in afghanistan and supports the taliban regime in controlling most of that country in afghanistan. we see al-qaeda's vision for the world. Repressing its own people. It is threatening people everywhere by sponsoring and sheltering and supplying terrorists by aiding and abetting murder. The taliban regime is committing murder and tonight. The united states of america makes the following demands on the taliban delivered to united states authorities. All the leaders of al qaeda who hide in your land..

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"ryan adams" Discussed on The Nicole Sandler Show

The Nicole Sandler Show

02:14 min | 1 year ago

"ryan adams" Discussed on The Nicole Sandler Show

"Springsteen book ending a set of music about different career choices that one's factory from his darkness on the edge of town record. I'm nicole sandler. Special labor day musical salute to workers to labor to the movement. And that's that again was about jobs. We started it with. Bruce springsteen is working on the highway. It was defoe working on a coal mine. Chain gang from sam cook followed by the pretenders on the chain gang. Tina toledo's streetwalking. Blues a salute to the sex worker from ryan adams hammer and a nail indigo girl celebrating manual labor and wrapping it up with bruce springsteen's factory. I think now we should veer off to the struggle. The fight the reason labor day exists as a holiday by request. This is joan baez and joe hill. Happy labor day. I dream nice joe. Last ally says chew your ten years on everydollar a copper unskilled in the shot. You joe says more than to kill a man says joe standing the big ass and smart says who can never when on.

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"ryan adams" Discussed on Right Now with Stephen Kent

Right Now with Stephen Kent

04:49 min | 1 year ago

"ryan adams" Discussed on Right Now with Stephen Kent

"Pers- liz how can people support your work and keep in touch I am at reason magazine. You can look me up pretty easily wolf And i'm also on twitter So please send me as much hate mail as you can possibly muster all right. Everybody be sure to check them out. Even when the news of the day is bleak or especially when it's blake. We like to shine a light on some positive things happening around the world either in our own corners of life or literally just in the news liz. What's good for you these days. What was a little difficult to with this Given all the news from afghanistan that service this week but i even as i've been paying attention to the rise in delta variant related coli cases. I've been quite heartened by the fact that we're actually In the us coming up with a pretty good system for two point booster shots. It seems like this will be something that will be able to be rolled out to people who are especially mexico's news this morning about bigger shots. Yeah and then. Being recommended for elderly people So i mean. I've been beating the strong for the duration of the cova dynamic. And i'm not going to stop now. This is something where for people like all of us. Were probably at extremely low. Risk of being hospitalized dying but for older people among us. that's not the case And so i'm really really excited. That we are making great strides toward older people and more vulnerable people booster shots And developing a sort of budget to do that. So i think The i mean propsed pharma in this specific case. I'm a huge fan of the fact that we have access to vaccines On a much faster than we ever thought possible. I want my third job. My third moderna. I just want to know sticker stickers. Just here for this a katie. Anything good on your world will yeah. As a member of the taliban things could really be better in my world. What's you know is it beck. Taliban has agreed referred by tightening. I think he's i know there's some good news in my corner of the world. I live up here in seattle near the canadian border which is finally open interest reopened again for the for the first time in years so So i can go up to vancouver and get some get some good asian food and people who live near the border and have been released struggling with With getting to work or seeing their families. can can finally reunite so we'll see how long the border stays open but for now this is. This is good news and cancelled. Culture finally comes for your citizenship status here in the united states. I i'm gonna. I hear i'm going to break a little bit of my my usual and i do want to speak directly to the afghanistan thing because despite the almost universal media narrative and bipartisan scorn for scenes coming out of afghanistan i think it is unquestionably. Good news that president by did not cave to pressure from all sides. Democrats republicans lockheed martin lobbyists and corporate media officials retired generals turn consultants to keep..

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"ryan adams" Discussed on Right Now with Stephen Kent

Right Now with Stephen Kent

05:07 min | 1 year ago

"ryan adams" Discussed on Right Now with Stephen Kent

"That's not redemption. that's your career coming back. There is also the question. Though that i think people often failed to grapple with with this entire cancelled culture. Which is that sometimes people do. Ask for forgiveness. Obviously ryan adams has not but somebody's to apologize and they ask for forgiveness and then people continue to withhold it from them which is fine. it's their prerogative. Especially those who have been harmed by helmets their progress to decide whether they're ready to accept that but i can understand why people feel as though they can spin their wheels and they can apologize all they want but that's not going to actually rehabilitate their image in the slightest. That said it's still the right thing to do. But i can understand why people sort of see this as a complicated calculus of like. They don't know whether they'll actually get any sort of forgiveness because also the general public if they're not huge right adams fans they don't really have an incentive. Forgive them it doesn't matter that much to them. It's easy to get outraged. Spend will suffer the initial thing but it's a lot harder to say to to revamp your mind into say. Oh actually that guy that. I wrote off as ryan adams bad. I labeled him in the bad category in my mind. Actually maybe he's fine. I just wanna see. I think people come to a better understanding between cancelled culture. And still like you you sometimes when you make mistakes. You're still going to lose things. There are consequences there. Are there areas where they're going to be consequences to your mistakes. The question is whether or not you're able to move past them and then people are willing to let you think katie like you see a whole lot. People go after people to try to make impossible for you to ever have a second chapter of your story right and right now. Oftentimes what we found in our reporting is that there's some sort of allegation maybe it's a being sex passed or something like that or something. Racial and it becomes public in. This allegation is whether it's true or not is used to out someone who might be unpopular at an office for other reasons. May there's conflict. Maybe a person has a difficult personality or a person has the wrong politics within within institutions specifically happens in in media and you can sort of use use the guys of social justice to make what are essentially office politics issues You know big national stories and get people from their jobs. Obviously this isn't this isn't true in every case but we've seen a number of cases where where it does appear to be one that does deserve to be the case and hard pivot over to governor. Cuomo who i suppose is packed his things and headed for the exits in new york Liz you follow this story much closer than i have..

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"ryan adams" Discussed on Right Now with Stephen Kent

Right Now with Stephen Kent

01:36 min | 1 year ago

"ryan adams" Discussed on Right Now with Stephen Kent

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"ryan adams" Discussed on Pat Gray Unleashed

Pat Gray Unleashed

08:43 min | 1 year ago

"ryan adams" Discussed on Pat Gray Unleashed

"Dinger because he's yell and toward the mascot who was across the way you dinger but if you go into it with that with your Assumptions being colored ryan and go into it. Then you're like oh my gosh. This guy's heinous yes. The media was so excited about this blatant clear. Cut white supremacy situation this rockies. Fan yelling the n word multiple times. Yeah no no no but it a great way to show how dangerous and terrible white people are and they lost that particular example of it as soon as it was discovered that it was dinger. Not the other word. Nobody wanted to talk about it right. They didn't even want to correct the record. Why why would you. Why would you do you know. I'm sorry. we're not just stop talking to not gotta take that from us. Just don't talk about right. Yes and you don't say by the way We were mistaken on the n word at the colorado rockies game the other day it was dinger than he was saying the guy that's hanging outside the stadium with a swell pickle forks. Don't buy him don't mind him but he wasn't screaming the edward Darn we only found out. Well he deserves it anyway. He's white black guy on twitter Who tweeted out. what's up. Dinger's funny see what he did. A substituted dinger's all right. Triple eight nine hundred thirty three ninety three. I read this incredible article last week to with all this nonsense. That's going on you know in. The metoo is kind of the organization that brought down andrew cuomo and he's certainly not the only one that's been brought down by that. I mean the fifteen thousand deaths of nursing home patients. That didn't bring him down now. Don't worry about that. It's a little multiple death order among friends. What what what soul. But he he did brought down by the metoo situation so anyway last week while this was all going on This really lengthy and interesting article came out about ryan adams. I'm not even that familiar with the guy keith. You know who he is right. Yes yeah yeah this what. You're going end called whiskey tally. Yes so the stephen kent was a guest on at the mike show and he is a big fan of him and i wasn't aware of this either until he brought this up. This guy's life was completely ruined. Pleat lead torn to shreds and it was all not all but much of it was based on this One experience with this up and coming female singer who was about twenty years old and apparently ryan adams kind of took her under his wing and she then claimed that he sexually Harasser sexually harassed her varez salted right. Believe it was harassed. Okay but here's the thing. They had a consensual relationship. going on. you know where they were intimate with each other go and then apparently went sour and then she started throwing around all of these charges and this was i think the main thing that brought him down now his record company cancelled him The concert venues all canceled accusation. All because of these accusations right. Nothing was ever proven. He obviously didn't go to court Nobody proved anything against him. It was all just a bunch of hearsay now. mandy moore was his was his ex wife and she threw out some stuff too that he was. I dunno mean our own. No yelled at her own. Didn't support her in her music and a white guy too and he's a white guy. Okay yeah he's a white guy. So the article accuses adams of threatening to not release. Oh it was phoebe bridge irs. You know sh you ever heard of her i have. I don't know these people. Either but phoebe. Bridges is the woman that he took under his wing and She accused him of threatening to not release her record after their break-up case so they broke up and then she says and then he wouldn't. He threatened not to release my record but he did he. Yes okay but he did. He wasn't ghost thing. And this all happened. I believe it went down in two thousand eighteen and so for almost out. Now he's been he's been at home like a recluse living Just by himself with no friends his friends all dumped him. His and i said as record label he i mean everything in his life went to crap And he said he's recorded. Many unknown people both male and female at this Studio that he has an ultimately he says in two thousand fifteen. He did release her three song. Ep killer and his publicist and his publicist announced. Its arrival in a press release. That quoted adams calling bridges. So here's here's here's a guy who threatened not to release right but then he does. The heat of the moment is passed and he says i'm not going to release your stuff. I don't even know if he said that or that. Yeah yeah and so he puts it out and he has his publicist announce that she's a musical unicorn who could make a jar of sand sound like blood on the tracks. Which is a dylan song as you probably know. He also hosted a live event for the studio releases that included a performance by bridges at a beloved record store in nashville and there was national coverage of it in entertainment weekly. Obviously he didn't do enough dane thing for this woman. Any city was going to so this is the main claim against him. He did all of these things and did it well and gave her a huge boost and i guess she's a pretty good pretty big star in her own right now. Thanks to him. But since we have all these accusations his life verse on a non grata now and nobody wants anything to do with him. Wow that amazing i i. It's really sad. I guess the other thing that he did according to phoebe bridges. She was invited to tour as is open. That's another thing. She was invited to tour as his opening. Act polka so from under the rug. That didn't happen right did oh okay. Yeah just ahead debut album. The he had her be the opening. Act she told the times on. The first date of the tour adams asked her to bring something to his hotel room and then she says i came upstairs and he was completely nude now. He didn't do anything to her. But i don't know if i if he really did this but He says he has no memory of it. He also notes that he rarely sleeps in hotel rooms unless he's ill which is confirmed by crew members. He sleeps on his bus almost every night on the road. Usually parked at a hotel generally going to his room only to shower so maybe he was because he was showering one day. I dunno also now. You can't even answer the door who'd okay people have gotten that picky criminal justice. Did he bring to the hotel room. I wonder i wasn't say. But his longtime female roadies said the idea of him standing in a hotel door. hotel room doorway naked is something he would never do because he's very self com. How's how this reu is this guy. That's the thing. So how did it ruin this guy when it sounds like and i don't know him you know he might not be the nicest guy in the world but this sounds like a bunch of crap to me. Yeah it sounds like a guy who had a his entire world destroyed and it was just completely. Unfair is completely unfair and you know..

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"ryan adams" Discussed on SPORTS GOOFS

SPORTS GOOFS

02:52 min | 1 year ago

"ryan adams" Discussed on SPORTS GOOFS

"She's laying on one side of the bed and then they'll the guys on the other side facing the opposite way. i bet. I bet he's thinking about other girls right now and i won't tell you that we're the daddy but we understand this lodge okay. So it's that mean and then she's thinking about he's thinking about other girls right now and he's thinking you know i bet you at one time. There's somebody who's dropping a piece of bread on the floor and another guy on the other side of the world dropping another piece of bread so some point. The earth was a sandwich. Oh this might get into the empanada debate. Ono arise ation of certain food rodeo a little bit and whether we already hostile conversation now charles come out here with his blasphemy. You thought you talking about all getting into heaven and having the vatican city in the olympics. When you're talking about this you know you're not getting to heaven. This is the equivalent you should. You know we're lock you up like galileo lock you up like galileo At least i put it in that falsified speech that everything's okay when everything's go on fire. I don't ignore the truth. I am progressive that state. But the big mac. I i haven't had i don't eat macdonalds. Frankly and when i do get mcdonald's it's literally this to mc chickens with smaller medium fries. Please bring that the buffalo chicken. I'd love that news. Limited time. Only i will eventually get the beats. Yes meal or the spicy chicken. I keep telling me it's not my fault that you guys. The one that's close by me was not different ninety five and i also get the breakfast. I got your email. They skinny up and dieted the Breakfast rio rap. I still think it's probably wanna hire fast food qualities as out their personal opinion Yes we do appreciate wendy's we love you. But jesus christ pay eight dollars nine bucks for breakfast. Meal makes me just wanna go to is yet have when he's says breakfast it's time it's time I will always. I will always I will always hate wendy's for not calling it the s. u. n. of bay. Cove the bacon ater instead of the son of bega ater. Yeah i can look come on. It's it's the son of bacon ater. It's not a cat cafe. It's a cat fe You know it's right there waiting for you. It's whatever the name that artists does it wherever you go whatever you do. I'll bryant bryan bryan adams. Now that's not handler. Or is it ryan adams hold on by you saying.

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"ryan adams" Discussed on CoinDesk Podcast Network

CoinDesk Podcast Network

03:03 min | 1 year ago

"ryan adams" Discussed on CoinDesk Podcast Network

"Why non-upgradeable and permission the smart contracts with no adleman keys or ability for unitholders holders to steal underlying liquidity erik voorhees from shapeshifts who are themselves in the process of completely decentralizing. Right now reiterated this tweeting unicef walk. The company is centralized in delisted. Some tokens unicef what. The protocol is decentralized and did not delist anything both points newsworthy. Some people however weren't buying it. Alex glad scene of the human rights foundation re tweeted a conversation between himself and ryan adams of bank list from january were ryan had said the government can stop bitcoin from trading by choking out liquidity on a few exchanges unicef swap on a theory. Is unstoppable. if you're a friend of democracy and civil liberties why aren't you. A friend of defy in his re tweet stein added turns out that yuna swap was quite stoppable. This isn't some kind of game. it's a matter of what can be stopped by nation states and what cannot this led to a ton of discussion and fighting with alex gradstein. Some made the point like ryan's original point that this is the equivalent of a government forcing an exchange to delist. Bitcoin in that it would suck but it wouldn't stop bitcoin. Glad scenes counter was basically that that comparison is not apt because of how much more significant swamped. the company i e interface is in the unit swat protocols existence. Still others pointed out that there were a significant number of other ways to access to unicef swab protocol with even more popping up after this happened so i think in many ways one of the key things that the discussion particularly around alex glad scenes tweet brings up is what is the purpose of decentralisation and how much enough if you were a defy protocol do you want to be resistant to nation state level pressure. If that's the case it's going to come with a very different set of trade offs and if you just want a nominally remove intermediaries and centralized points of control from an ecosystem for for example efficiency or cost reasons as you might guess i tend to be in. The camp of there aren't right or wrong answers to this type of question a priori. It's just about figuring out what the real priorities are and then designing backwards against them. I do also think that this whole thing highlights what a potentially complicated set of regulatory battles are going to come in other words will regulators accept this distinction between interface and protocol. Will they accept it for all protocols or just some that have reached a certain level of maturity. If they don't accept it how will they try to exert pressure on the leaders of the related centralize entities. How much of this will be about. Assets in other words what security versus processes in other words know your customer and anti money laundering. I don't bring this stuff up to fudd defy by the way i'm a supporter of the centralization of financial rails and i also think the pace of development in the defy space is phenomenally interesting a merely pointing out that it feels inevitable and it seems like these decentralized exchange companies agree that defy has regulatory challenges to come. I think those will go better the clear eyed about them. We are for now guys. Let me know what you think. I'm super interested and as always. I appreciate your listening until tomorrow guys be safe and take care of each other piece..

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"ryan adams" Discussed on Why I'll Never Make It - An Actor's Journey

Why I'll Never Make It - An Actor's Journey

04:13 min | 1 year ago

"ryan adams" Discussed on Why I'll Never Make It - An Actor's Journey

"When it comes to theater we all know broadway and the big lights of new york city. There's also organizations like the public or playwrights horizons that present notable off broadway productions as well but for the most part states work is done by small to mid size theaters across the country some bringing equity actors but a lot of them. Don't they are simply gathering together. Actors directors designers to put on a show to entertain and engage local audiences. Well the music industry is much the same way. There are a-list stars that go on the tonight. Show and signed record deals with sony or motown records but most of the music being produced in america is done by smaller independent artists. Who simply love the joy of performing and songwriting. Sidney irving is someone who was born to sing and perform. You can hear it. From the moment you press play on any one of her five albums as a native of syracuse new york. Sydney's first album was released when she was only fourteen and her latest is an ep. That just came out in may and last year. She was twice named artist of the year by two different organizations being teenage female singer songwriter. It's no surprise that she looks up to taylor swift and was inspired by her to pick up the guitar and start writing music but sydney's influences. Don't stop there. She's into barnes courtney post malone and ryan adams but also surprisingly she pulls a lot of influence from older artists like acdc the doors and her current favorite..

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"ryan adams" Discussed on Podcast RadioViajera

Podcast RadioViajera

02:53 min | 1 year ago

"ryan adams" Discussed on Podcast RadioViajera

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"ryan adams" Discussed on Podcast RadioViajera

Podcast RadioViajera

06:03 min | 1 year ago

"ryan adams" Discussed on Podcast RadioViajera

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Dallas-area city of Denton files lawsuit against ERCOT

WBAP Morning News

00:39 sec | 1 year ago

Dallas-area city of Denton files lawsuit against ERCOT

"A lawsuit against ERCOT. Ryan Adams, with the city says ERCOT is implementing something called up lift. That means it's shifting the cost of electricity that wasn't paid by some markets. Two others, including dental, municipal electric city views, especially the payment of these costs for other utilities as unconstitutional. Gifting of public funds judge extended a temporary restraining order in favor of the city until the end of April. Adam says that'll buy more time to protect the financial assets of the city and its ratepayers from improper use. The city of

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Ryan Adams Apologizes for Sexually Abusive Past

Le Show

00:46 sec | 2 years ago

Ryan Adams Apologizes for Sexually Abusive Past

"After multiple women including several high profile musical collaborators in at least one then underage fan accused Ryan Adams of sexual misconduct and abusive behavior last year. The singer songwriter shared an apology this week. Adams last year denied allegations in the new. York Times expose that he sexually harassed women. Claiming, he would help their careers. Now he says he was sober and has secured professional help. There are no words to express how I feel about the ways. I've mistreated people throughout my life and career. He told the Daily Mail DOT COM. Period of isolation helped him root out his issues. He said to a lot of people. This will just seem like the same empty. BS apology that I've always used when I was called out, and all I can say is. This time, it is different unquote.

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Court Temporarily Blocks Oregon's Flavored Vape Ban

Morning News with Manda Factor and Gregg Hersholt

00:59 min | 3 years ago

Court Temporarily Blocks Oregon's Flavored Vape Ban

"Vape shop owners in Oregon are celebrating a court ruling that will keep them in business at least for another six months learn more about that from Cuomo's Carlene Johnson just like here in Washington state Oregon's governor Kate brown issued an executive order calling for the ban on all flavored vaping products organs had eleven people hospitalized with long issues from vaping and to death well yesterday the Oregon court of appeals granted a stay of six month thing she'd overstepped here on this Ryan Adams an attorney for a vape shop owner who challenge the band if this ban would have been upheld you're talking about thousands and thousands of people that are out of work because of the stroke of Cape town's pen the court's ruling only stops the ban on fifth Ave been products with the nicotine organs liquor control commission regulates vaping products that contain cannabis those are still banned Oregon governor Kate brown says the stays unfortunate and she still urges Oregonians to heed the public health warning and a stop vaping

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Ryan Adams’ Tour Canceled Amid Sexual Misconduct Allegations

Pat Walsh

00:32 sec | 4 years ago

Ryan Adams’ Tour Canceled Amid Sexual Misconduct Allegations

"Singer. Ryan Adams, cancelling his tour of the UK and Ireland is fallout continues from his sexual misconduct allegations. Ticketmaster tweeted this morning that full refunds are now being made two weeks ago. The New York Times published a report alleging Adams had been exchanging sexually inappropriate messages when the teenage girls sparking an FBI investigation. The report also had claims from several other women, including Adam's ex wife Mandy, Moore who said Adams dangled career opportunities while pursuing female artists for sex Adams as described the report as upsettingly

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Ryan Adams’ Tour Canceled Amid Sexual Misconduct Allegations

The Afternoon News with Kitty O'Neal

00:31 sec | 4 years ago

Ryan Adams’ Tour Canceled Amid Sexual Misconduct Allegations

"Well singer Ryan Adams cancelling his tour of the UK and Ireland is fallout continues from his sexual misconduct allegations. Ticketmaster tweeted this morning that full refunds are now being made two weeks ago. The New York Times published a report alleging Adams had been exchanging sexually inappropriate messages when the teenage girls sparking an FBI investigation. The report also had claims from several other women, including Adam's ex wife Mandy, Moore who said Adams dangled career opportunities while pursuing female artists for sex Adams as described the report as upsettingly

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Mandy Moore Opens Up About Her Marriage to Ryan Adams

WBZ Morning News

00:28 sec | 4 years ago

Mandy Moore Opens Up About Her Marriage to Ryan Adams

"And more voices added to the Ryan Adams saga. After several women came out making serious allegations against the singer, his access speaking out to singer and actress Mandy Moore says she felt like she was drowning during her marriage to Adams in a podcast, she called the marriage unhealthy and said she was living her life for Adams. Bryan Adams denies the accusations from multiple women who accuse him of harassment and emotional

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Behind the Ryan Adams Investigation

Popcast

05:36 min | 4 years ago

Behind the Ryan Adams Investigation

"This week. We are we are talking about a very difficult subject and one that we think requires a tremendous amount of attention with no distraction. You may have read a few days ago. A big investigative report by joke. Cosgrove Molina Risa about Ryan Adams in that piece. They interview several people who say that Adams was emotionally abusive and sexually manipulative and enlist in one case participated in sexual communications with a minor. So on this week's pop guys, we're going to talk with Joan Melena about their story about how it came together. And also about kind of the bigger picture issues that brings up about how metoo as asserted itself. I'm also not asserted itself in the music business and whether articles like this and stories like this are going to become more common. So I've got Joe costs corralitos pop music report in the New York Times. Hey. John Molina, Risa culture reporter and also part of the Pulitzer prize winning team for our workplace sexual harassment coverage last year. Hey, melinda. Hey there. So geysers a tremendous amount of detail in this story. But I I wanna talk a little bit about in the music business specifically, and I'm not talking about Ryan Adams in this case. But broadly speaking, there's a lot of whisper networks, there's a lot of people who are spoken about stay away from so-and-so cetera. That's a common thing. It's much less common to have a number of people certainly some high profile people you have many more who is Ryan's ex wife. You've got Phoebe bridges. I know you spoke with other folks who are recording artists. Can you talk a little bit about how this story kind of came out from what I would imagine began as a with. But whisper network into something more serious and substantive like this. Yeah. I mean, this story kind of launched with a in a sort of twofold way, we got an anonymous tip. You know, we have the times has an honest. Line. And a lot of it is heavily used for information. Like, this people talk about, you know, check out this person, you know, his bay badly in whatever way. So we got one of those and kind of I think simultaneously Joe was talking to some music industry. Sources in a way that led him to think you know, that maybe that tip was worth looking into. I've been having a conversation with a source that I knew through previous stories, and this person was sort of tiptoeing around the idea that there was a prominent musician who may be deserved looking into. And then as Molina said, we got this tip around the same time. I think after a day or two of of the sort of vague back and forth that I was having. And of course, this like you said the whisper network, this is was about someone Ryan Adams who has a reputation and his reputation up to this point had been that of bad. Boy, I think I would say bad-boy rocker, you know, of reputation he cultivated himself. Into famous for sort of onstage meltdown are two for leaving a critic nasty voicemail heating, combative online, even with fans and listeners in general and being somewhat of a womanizer, and that's often the euphemism. Stick way that abusers are talked about in public space in space. So I think as much as he had this reputation. He was also very nimble at avoiding being pinned down on it because he continued over the years to work with a large variety of very prominent musicians. And also a lot of young women one of the kind of intriguing parts of the of the story. They picture is this kind of forward-facing image of I'm an advocate for young female musicians. I put them out on my label. I talked to him about songwriting. I. I offer mentor in I you know, I very vocally speak out on behalf of them. And then as you see in your piece what's happening publicly is often quite different than what's happening by the scenes. So maybe can we talk a little bit about some of the cognitive dissonance or the non cognitive dissonance of those circumstances. One thing we really wanted to underline in the piece is and you know, this took a few drafts to really hone in on. But the idea of how power works in the music industry and that because it is a more diffuse industry that's not as top down. Sometimes an artist even in artist who's not a household name or a bestseller with radio hits can wield a ton of influence and power in the industry. This is especially in something like indie rock and something like Alta country, or whatever you wanna call it. These sort of smaller scenes someone like Ryan Adams had a lot of credit. He had a lot of attention paid to him and that allowed him to both lure in. And champion these women. So something as simple as a tweet about how good someone's album is or an opening slot on a few of his tour dates that brings a lot of attention to arising or an emerging or an aspiring artist. And that's that's what we saw him doing publicly. Now, what we found in our reporting is that as we say in the piece is there was a much darker reality behind the scenes where he was sort of dangling. These opportunities telling women he would make albums with them. You know, he has a studio he has a label saying they were the greatest thing ever. He had a few lines. We heard over and over again, he would tell women, you know, I hear your next album. I it has a lot of strings on it or he told Phoebe bridges that. She was like Bob Dylan, and it was always this gushing praise while

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Ryan Adams accused of sexual misconduct, emotional abuse in New York Times report

Afternoon News with Tom Glasgow and Elisa Jaffe

00:41 sec | 4 years ago

Ryan Adams accused of sexual misconduct, emotional abuse in New York Times report

"Another entertainment star facing sexual misconduct accusations. This time in the music world more from ABC's. Jason nathanson. Singer songwriter. Ryan Adams has made fifteen charting albums in the past two decades, including five top tens for six years of that time, he was married to actress and singer Mandy Moore. Now, a new profile on him in the New York Times paints a picture of an emotionally in verbally, abusive tyrant. More says, Adam psychologically, abused her. And there's a very serious claim that he exposed himself to an underage girl. In response Adams tweets that he's not a perfect man has made many mistakes and apologizes to those these hurt, but he says the picture of the article paints is upsetting Louis inaccurate. And the claims of being inappropriate with a minor are just

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Mandy Moore, Bryan Adams And New York Times discussed on Lori and Julia

Lori and Julia

05:12 min | 4 years ago

Mandy Moore, Bryan Adams And New York Times discussed on Lori and Julia

"Big name in the world of entertainment is being accused of sexual misconduct. And this is coming to us, courtesy of the New York Times expose published this afternoon, and this is about musician Bryan Adams now he's been around the scene for quite some time. And some of you may be familiar with Ryan Adams as the ex husband of Manny more. They were married. Seven years divorced in two thousand sixteen. Yeah. So Ryan Adams is being accused of abuse. No this ranging from emotional manipulation to sexual misconduct by several women this in New York Times and this based on interviews with multiple people, including Phoebe, burgers, and Mandy Moore. She's talking in this article, he is as she is a singer songwriter, Courtney j and other women all gave a count of their experiences with Ryan Adams. There's also an interview with a woman named Eva. Who claims that she was fourteen when she began talking to atoms they built an on line relationship that eventually led to sexual conversations. And at least one instance where Adams exposed himself over Skype now, according to this report, Adam categorically denies these quote, extremely serious and outland is excuse me accusations in the times is reporting. He's gone on Twitter afternoon. Are why? Yeah, why did he do that? Yeah. So this is what Ryan Adams has to say on Twitter this afternoon. This was published just about seventeen minutes ago. I guess so I'm not a perfect, man. And I've made many mistakes to anyone I have ever heard, however unintentionally, I apologize deeply an unreservedly. But the picture that this article paints is upsetting Lee. Inaccurate. Some of the details are missing misrepresented summer exaggerated summer outright, false. I would never have inappropriate interactions with someone I thought was underage period. So and he goes on. Well, the Ava said that she was all different ages. Yeah. So it started they made initial contact when she was fourteen this, according to the New York Times now Asia's about twenty years old now, and according to text reviewed by the New York Times, Eva atoms excuse me question. Eva about her age repeatedly when corresponding with her online, and she did not always answer, honestly, and their sexual conversations continued, and there is back and forth. He was asking for photographs of her asking pet names, but Zoe it goes into graphic details about this. So. This seems you know, hey, like a lot of these stories he kind of has a pattern of how he behaves, and here's what I find interesting. Holly is that I'm Mandy Moore who we who he was married to. I mean, this guy is sixteen albums seven Grammys Mandy Moore says is one of the women's talking out about how she stifled him her create creatively. Yeah. So I mean, this is what she's saying in this New York Times article. Julia Manny more saying that during the time she was married Ryan Adams almost six years that Adams, discouraged her from working with other music producers are managers and acted in ways that she now considers psychologically abusive. Here's a quote from the article, she says, he would always tell me you're not a real musician because you don't play an instrument. She goes on to say, quote, his controlling behavior essentially did block my ability to make new connections in the industry during a very pivotal and potentially lucrative time. Mine tire mid to late twenties. Now Adams lawyers deny. Dying that Adams ever, stop Mandy Moore from working with other producers and was supportive of her well-deserved professional respect. Now too many Moore's point I believe, I think that's true because he did have some music out. And then it all stopped. Yeah. Exactly. And she kind of went off the radar in her. It's kind of like her character in this is us. I mean, I'm dead serious because he had to quit her music career for Jack and the triplets. Yeah. This is kind of so that role of Rebecca on this is us for Mandy Moore might be more emotionally resonant for Mandy Moore. She might have a little more method to this. If you're going by the New York Times article this afternoon, which that is just really all of this is just unsettling, and it's sad. And the whole thing can be read over at the New York Times. Yeah. Another one bites the dust. Yeah. Marriage of music in control interesting. Okay. She met him when she was twenty three. Yeah. They got married really quickly. I remember they had a small intimate ceremony somewhere. Maybe like. Chat or something. Seventeen cats. Well, she's married to dies. I mean, the guy. Yeah. And she seems extremely happy. But how horrible? Yeah. You know, what I'm sure it's one of those things that many more reflects back on her time with Ryan Adams, and what it seems like in the New York Times article is that at the time, maybe you brushed off some of the things that this person said or you didn't quite understand what was happening but reflecting back as time passes. And as you gain, a new perspective, you're like, yeah. That really was emotionally manipulative and abusive. Ooh. All right. Well,

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Ryan Adams, Mandy and Manny discussed on Fred and Angi

Fred and Angi

00:27 sec | 4 years ago

Ryan Adams, Mandy and Manny discussed on Fred and Angi

"Wow. Ryan Adams said that his marriage to Mandy more was doing from the start the reason he's talking about it is because he responded to a tweet Manny more on failed. First marriage to Ryan Adams said she didn't choose the right person. So he wrote back she didn't like them Melvin or blade runner. It was doomed from the start. If I only could remember the start. Sometimes you get stuck to the spiritual of a soggy piece of cardboard take the money. I'll take my pride

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