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2021 French Open Odds: Iga Swiatek Is the New Betting Favorite

The Mini-Break

02:02 min | 2 weeks ago

2021 French Open Odds: Iga Swiatek Is the New Betting Favorite

"Let's get back into the openness. Now of this. French open drawn. Honestly we can go quarter by quarter and of course. Our friends at tennis. Abstract provide a fantastic draw forecast. If you know the fivethirtyeight forecasts Perhaps if you follow electoral politics or you. Just use their forecast for nba championships. Whatever it may be tennis abstracts the place to go for tennis forecasts. You look at the women's singles draw forecast coming in to this round of sixteen eagles. Fan tech is a clear favourite via the their formula to win the event. She has a twenty seven point. Six percent chance of winning that of course is based on her elo rating. She's in up there with bardi and halif and terms at the top clay-court specific yellow ribbon. She's also thirty eight now in her last fifty two matches coming in second place. Well there's been some changes now. Because i'm not gonna lie. I'm recording this friday morning. And so i know some of the results that happened currently in second right now the only other player in double digits is a lean fit alina at ten point. Nine percent chance. You've got cocoa goth at nine point. Six you've got. You know serena only one point eight. It's actually vico with a five point nine and that's the highest in that section. Actually scratch that politics dosa who has been excellent. This season nine percent chance she would technically be fourth and again that top four via their forecast schon tech spit alina goff but dosa i mean i think we all would agree. Shan't is in a tear on in her on her own. At this point in you know again her result today it was a one in one victory for her over. Rebecca peterson which is only notable. Because it was freaking one in one and you lookin' again. Her last nine results straight-sets over peterson new. Von date back to last year's french open cannon. Put a rosca travec hallett to a see through silva she's been dominant. I mean her only loss on the clay courts this year was to ashleigh barty in madrid. And you know she then went on in one room

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"schon" Discussed on The Eddie Trunk Podcast

The Eddie Trunk Podcast

08:47 min | 5 months ago

"schon" Discussed on The Eddie Trunk Podcast

"Being in the philippines with get up in the middle of the night so he can sing. You know from this house But we are definitely movie right through. We're going to release our first single in february and has a video already done with it and Never going to release another single to that and then another single after that and before we hit the tour probably at the end of twenty one. I'm gonna sort of gas Definitely twenty two Will be on tour for four. Probably the next four years after that but but You know p- right before we going over the release a whole album. But it is sounding very amazing and i don't even like blowing smoke about what i'm working on but i feel like it's some of our best work. Is there anything you can tell the audience now about this first single and video that we're going to get in february. I'm assuming it's a rocker. I don't know if you can reveal the title yet. Is there anything you can say about it. It's it's yeah give you the title right now but it's definitely it coordinates and lyrically goes along with all we've been through a last year everybody will be able to relate to it it's a medium tempo rocker That's you know hard rock with some blues in it Very very cookie and catchy but rocking you know and I it was the first time we did together. And i i actually wrote it on. Keyboards is kinda crazy. It was one of the loop that i did downstairs in my house. While this whole kobe things been going on that. I ended up just jamming over and then i you know. I took the guitar and keyboard loop that i made. And i was like i sent it to john Johnson like lyric. Bam bam send it back. And i was like. Wow that sounds amazing. I love it and so you know we. We still have a great connection. musically going on him and i. There's definitely chemistry there and Seems to be getting better man. I mean we have a great stuff. That's waiting to be finished. I believe that narda just worked on three more songs with are now the other day so that would put us out about seven seven songs completed now and for need to be mixed three or done. That sound phenomenal. and so We're moving right along. You know and it sounded very strong. Well when it's ready to roll out can't wait to talk about and then have you back on for it. Have you had any further dialogue or heard anything. More about steve perry because he obviously been out there a little bit again. As far as doing. I think a rerecord of his record an acoustic version. And doing i think he did a christmas tune. It seems like he's semi active still again and last time we spoke. You know you. You just said there was really no further dialogue. Has that changed at all. Or is he just basically on his trip. And you're on your trip right now. He you know. I'm always on everybody's trip and open when they wanna come and open up your door you know but it's remained the same as far as he is you know and and I wish him the best like i always do. And he's talking about touring again. I hope he does and You know we cross paths at some point and once again it was great seeing them for the first time ever when we got his doctorate in to the rock hall of fame. You know That was the last time we spoke. And ed for universe. People who want physically cd vinyl. What's the timetable on that. And how can they get it. Is it your website or where. Where should they go to to by amazon. Where's the distribution going to be. It'll be everywhere but definitely through my web as well I'll be doing some signed Vinyl copies of accustomed package put together That's gonna take a little more time. They told me. It's about ten weeks out. Cds though i can get within the next week probably and So i'm about when i get turn with with The interview here. I'm actually jumping on with my guys. That are running My wife and We've got all the figures and numbers worked out in. I'm going to say order this on and let's go and so it's coming right away. Cd's will be probably within a week. Well save me a cd. I'm all about the cds. Still so i would love to get off the great record. Yeah it really is. It's a great record for any time it really is. I'm really glad you put it out. And i wish you the best with it and you and your wife. I hope you have a wonderful new years and celebration or are you just like most people stay in putting staying home. We're staying home. You neither one of us drink and so you know go even when there was no co that we weren't into going out hanging out and having everybody south like you know a half an hour into the party you know right. Can you feel time to leak. You know until we hang out and and and just enjoy each other That's what we're going to be doing. Was you know definitely stay in shape and you know Till this kobe that over. And if you don't if you don't drink if you don't drink and you go out on new year's eve everyone just seems instantly annoying i would think it's. I'm not a big drinker myself. But it it's instant annoyance in about ten minutes. I don't blame you for staying. Put your but the good news. Is you know we enjoy softball time. And so it's fine with us. Thank you but you enjoy yourself. Happy new year. Thanks for having me on. And it's your show. I know the year but This twenty twenty and Looking forward to twenty twenty one. Twenty two really twenty twenty one league. It's gotta be better than this last year. That's what i've been saying. I think it's think it's going to be a bit of a transitional thing. I think a lot of people wishfully hopefully think that The calendar changes tomorrow and and everything goes away. I don't think that's quite the case. But let's hope it's on the upswing and then by the end of the year at least next year we get to see great bands like journey and all the other ones on the big stage. Is that we miss and better things ahead for everybody. Neil thank you so much buddy. I really appreciate the time and you and your family have a great new year. Thank you you should come to our show in chicago. I'll email you the details. I may. I may look into that because if it's up if by that time we're up to getting ready to travel and stuff i've i always go out and do the show from the road all the time and i actually you don't even if you know this when you guys did the tour with def leppard you were. You were rehearsing at the meadowlands arena. Which is very close to my house and the leper guys called me to come down. And i did the day. They had the building and hung out with them and actually did this show with them from the rehearsal. Lie comes with us you know. I believe that we're going to be rehearsing somewhere in chicago before. We play a lollapalooza at headline festival. And so i'll let you know and and you know. I'm sure the guys would love to see come by rehearsal and you can get a glimpse of what's going on before we actually jump on stage. Yeah and we can rotate everybody in. That might be a fun thing to do. I guess we'll let's keep our fingers crossed that it actually can happen by then and we'll go from there. But i appreciate that. That'd be something cool to look forward to well. My thanks to neal schon of journey always great visiting with him and hearing from him and great stuff with that new album universe. Be sure to check it out. It is out now with physical versions coming very soon as well. Thanks to katy. Sorry the producer of the eddie trunk. Podcast thank you for listening wherever you do so however you do so back next thursday for another. All new episode. Remember follow on twitter at any trunk. Instagram as well eddie. Trunk dot com the website. Also on cameo have yourselves a great week. Everybody catchy next thursday..

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"schon" Discussed on The Eddie Trunk Podcast

The Eddie Trunk Podcast

08:32 min | 5 months ago

"schon" Discussed on The Eddie Trunk Podcast

"Teddy trunk. Let's get back to more of my conversation with neal schon right now on the eddie trunk podcast. Neil with the remaining time that we have. I do want to talk about two other things on the record. Though so the prince tune. I didn't put together until very recently. The connection there and i'd read an interview. It might have been in guitar world or something with you. Talking about how prince was a huge fan of journey. And i never put together until very recently the similarity in the purple rain solo to the solo. You play in faithfully talk a little bit about all that if you will you know what i had. No clue that he was really in well. Obviously he was into that song because he connected with management at the time Before he released you know his record with purple rain as a single and was worried that jonathan cain is being the songwriters of faithfully that he could get sued because it was similar. And you know. Johnson talk to them and said hey i i respect just for calling me and asking me if it's okay because good luck with the tune it sounds like a hit to me and Then later larry graham. You know i had played with years before that actually before i started Journey i was playing with greg. Recall larry grand from flying families stone. And it larry ended up playing with prince last time i saw prince play in minneapolis and With larry and you know. I never really met. She walked by walk right by me. And i was gonna say hello. And he was in his shot mode. You ended up. You know the blinders on and nodded cap walk team and i said what's out there because he's really shy man. It's no big deal you know But then i found out through a friend of mine. Rick there in in minneapolis. That used to hang out with prince that he was actually a fan of guitar. And he said you know neil sean in carlos santana or two of my favorite guitar players in the world and i was just like wow. This is amazing But i found out this way after. I had already recorded the song and so years ago. Right ready for when right. After he passed we were going through The twin cities and we played a huge coliseum show and got a spot in his show where i can loop some chords or do whatever i wanna do. Sort of off the cup and just improvise. So that night. I decided like about two years before i went onstage. Trump's gonna do a little dedication to prince you know. I was apprehensive because i knew that was his hometown. And how much she was loved. And i didn't know what it would turn out like. But i sent you store today. There's somebody did. And they have the clip from minneapolis. That i did not swirl whole thing kind of started from is played that night loop just with my cell phone stage and the audience was really really moved and that stuck with me and i said man i i really feel like i wanna you know patriot him and i love the song And so two. Another producer friend of mine in nashville gary ceremony. That i did the voice record with years back. Did i got nominated for a grammy and She's brilliant with orchestration and he said. Well what do you want to do it. And i just do it like the long version on the record and so this was way before i started record with narda. I had some of this stuff in the can that i recorded over at fantasy studios in berkeley and So i did my version of it and it had cincinnati machine. Drums on it sounded good. Sounded like the record But then you know after. We completed the the five or six songs with narda His original tunes. I i really like to add some of this other stuff that i have sitting in the can and i think the mixture will be interesting for the record to have some songs that are classics And i think it will mix well with news talk a little bit of both you know and so that's what happened there And you know as you know from that time period until now there's been many that have covered purple rain clap turned back And many others that have tried. Did i hurt. But i want i. I'm sitting on it. You know i went. I heard it and i went. Well i think. I really tapped into his spirit. You know i think he's definitely smiling down Upon me you know. Give me like a nod and so yeah a special song Definitely movies me. Yeah it's it's a brilliant version of the song. Obviously the song itself is brilliant. And i'm thinking now when you talk about faithfully it actually wasn't guitar world and it wasn't you that i heard the print story in that you just explained. It was actually jonathan. Cain in his book writes about it and talks about now. Now i remember when i read jonathan's book and i think jonathan on to talk about it. He mentioned sow prints actually reached out to him as the writer faithfully and said. Hey i'm gonna. I'm going to basically ripped this offer you okay with jonathan was kind of like hey man if you can make something of a great and of course prince did but i never put that that whole guitar melody and the solo being so similar i never until i read jonathan telling that story in his book realized the connection there and how very close it is to what you play and faithfully. It's amazing it's wild. You know what i mean. Even the whole story about safely and how that song came in To our past at in the last hour while we were completing the record was already done journey dot done. And you know mike stone and kevin said i think you guys need one more power ballads like a soaring ballad and john came in one day you know. He had woken up in the middle of the night. The story goes that he told me and he wrote down the cords. He wrote down every lyric like he had the melody so he brought it into us. And when i first heard it i didn't. I didn't know quite direction. Song would tape and then we started playing it. And i kind of did it out and it was the second take that we did. When we didn't even know it. It ended up on the record. And i just kind of improvised my way through it. I there's like those french horn lines that he later you know doubled with with You know like a french horn board sound An orchestrated you know. wild then just kind of copying off things that happened off the cuff like that. When you're in the studio with guys is usually the magic you know could write bro yourself by yourself and you can put it together But usually when you're just you know you're not even expecting What is gonna come out and it does. It usually comes out with with not even trying you know and and that's usually magic so tell me where you're out with a new journey music because throughout the time that we've talked to you this year i know you've been saying it's close and i think you're talking now about a song being really close to right so is the album done whereas the whereas the Roll out as far as new music from from. Okay well we have right. Now we have Six rockers in many many we have about twenty one songs altogether that we continue to work on and it's just a lengthy process Because of the way we have to go about doing it with zoom and on l..

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"schon" Discussed on The Eddie Trunk Podcast

The Eddie Trunk Podcast

07:26 min | 5 months ago

"schon" Discussed on The Eddie Trunk Podcast

"Kind of You know doing my own thing to his melody right which was very simple and he goes. Whoa stop off. He goes we doing. And i got well. I'm just doing my thing. And he goes no man he goes. You need to play that melody. And i go. Oh you want me to play exactly what you say. And he said yeah. Of course i do. So i was my first experience With a producer and songwriter Working like that and having him produce me and so you know took me like a couple of seconds to fall into but once i got the niche of it it was like he was pretty easy. And you know not easy. I don't wanna say easy. But i learned you know what he wanted me to do and then was able to to dig in with you. Know way fewer notes Which is actually harder to do. It's harder to play lessons and make it sound soulful pretty much like a vocal Easier to just shred you know. There's there's guys out there and women nowadays. That just shred shred shred all day long with gymnastics guitar. Like i'd never seen before But you know what really hits people out. I do believe in Believe in melody and song you know and so I think we we hit it off. You know and love what he will. And i love what i heard back and it was just we. Were you know often running in. You know. I had to do it in between a couple of different tours. 'cause we were touring at the time and And he was working on different projects as well. So you know. I work for a week then i come you know. Go out on tour for three months and then they come back for a couple of weeks. And i go in for another five days and you know with pretty much completed it like that over a year you know. Spread out not like a year In the studio. It's only probably about three weeks to a month to finish everything but you know. That's that's that but neil. That's a huge point. You make and probably one of the reasons why i love this record so much because there are a million great guitar players out there and there are some really great guitar instrumental records. But i find and. I'm not a guitar player myself but as much as i appreciate what some people can do technically with the guitar. I believe for me. Some of it to listen to you gets a bit monotonous after awhile. It's kind of like it's it's too much. It's it's not something you can really home along to this. What what makes this record for me. So special is not only. You're playing but the way you're playing that you've got everything in there. You've got the melody of what would be a vocal line that you can really hang onto and then sure you've got some fireworks along the way as well so to me. That's that's what makes it so cool. You also have a mix of originals and some covers which. I'm going to touch on in the second so that to me. Just as a fan of instrumental can get to be too much if they're over the top and there's just no variety in them But what you're doing with this and the melody you inject into it is in the tone in the taste and the soulful miss is look there are signatures of. You're playing for fifty years. I get that. But i just think it's what really makes this stand out versus other instrumental guitar albums. It's not some crazy shred album of you. Just going off their some of that. But it's all based melody. Yeah you know. I think You know the thing that i have worked that i wish that the younger players today would dig into older records and check out the roots of of everything which is blues. You know I really dug into and played with bb king and albert king. And and you know. Michael bloomfield and eric clapton. Page back jimmy. Had you know those those artists right. They're still to this day can put on anything they've done and it sounds timeless because it's soulful now today. What i'm hearing are a lot of gymnastics. You know there's sped upscale and you know what to be honest. I've never studied the scale in my life. I've never really studied theory. What i did study were singers and horn players. And i love to read the franklin and i studied her vibrato for blues movement. Even as a kid. When i was thirteen fourteen remember sitting down with her records are going to fill more west and francisco and seeing her play and shit like the hairs were standing up on my arm and i was like this is an insanely soulful so you know i was really moved by seoul back down and blues and i think now everybody thinks that they have to be like the fastest gun in the west. And but it's gotten so fast. Eddie i mean you know i was has the the the fast gun in the early seventies when i joined santana but then eddie been handling came along you know and i was like scratching. Going put is going on man and all these other guitars to follow that with the topping. Approach you know which enables you to you know. Go faster than the speed of light Which i never knew anything about. And i barely ever touched on it still to this day because i just feel like it was saying it should just be left alone. You know But but yeah. I wish that they would tap in and more into the soul of the music older soul. Because that's what lives forever to me. And that's what i'm missing new music. You know love to be able to say. I love this new artist. I love this. I love that. But i really you know i'm not moved that much. I hear bits and pieces. That i do like but I don't hero whole combined effort like i did way back then. Yeah there's a few out there. There's a few younger guys that i've heard him and turned onto recently. Their name escapes me at the moment. Who actually play with a lot of melody and feel like that. I gotta hinder break and if you have a little more time. I wanna talk to you a little bit. You did some covers on here. I want to touch on after the break. But there's one guitar while neil i want. I want to ask you real quickly if you were a fan of. Were you ever a fan of gary moore absolutely gary and our friends. You work a lot When he came through the bay area and actually the first time journey ever played in london That's where i met him. He came back stage and he was a fan of the first record and very very great guy man. He became a very good friend and when he would come through san francisco jam with him at the cow palace and then we did ten leche and journey together when gary was the band and when he because when he made because his he had a tone in a feel in his playing but i love the heavy stuff..

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"schon" Discussed on The Eddie Trunk Podcast

The Eddie Trunk Podcast

06:57 min | 5 months ago

"schon" Discussed on The Eddie Trunk Podcast

"I'm too great at you. i'm good i'm good. I gotta tell you man. As i said a few seconds the lucky enough to have the on this show few times this year for various things and never once. Did you mention a new solo record in the can. Where the hell did this record. Come from well you know what i kind of forgot about it for a second because It was finished about close to three years ago and You know. I didn't quite know i wanted to put it out. And it was just sitting on the shelf and i kind of moved on started working on a more new material With narda michael walden For journey and so you know. Everybody kept on saying well. I should release now down now. You know and kinda. Give me all these different ideas about what was good. And what wasn't good. And i felt like after the year that we've been through this last year has been so tough on. Everyone and i really felt like it's it's a good feel record and makes you feel good as a spiritual thing to it for myself and i felt like it's time to come with this Even with no preparation with pr or anything or really even a label. I just shows to put it out myself and You know in the digital domain. Now i'm going to become an with us. Cd's very shortly and double custom final set. Oh man i'd love to get a cd from you because that's still my favorite format. And i i love turning everything often slide in one in and listening to it on on a great stereo and this album is going to be amazing like that so neil. There's a lot when asked about on this record. Because i really and i i've been home my audience about it for the last few weeks because it really blew me away but you mentioned michael walden. Who of course is now the new drummer in journey. But you you mentioned this record being two three years ago and working with him on it at that time. I know you had history with him but did did him work. Did you working with him. On this record have have a role in almost not necessarily an audition but knowing that he would be the right guy to join journey as well. You know what to be honest. it did not I didn't at the time when we did the record You know everything was fine in the camp and You know didn't give it a second thought When when things kind of went south. We're still trying to fix that right now. But we do have a record coming out regardless You know starting in february You know really. Jackson was the first one that was brought up Because he'd been in the band before he's an amazing basis and die and so We kind of went to randy. Like who would you like to play with. And he said narda and so those guys have a track record. It's on deniable and man. They sound amazing together. And so We just went without and you know. Continue to make this journey record Virtually you know like hit presume. And i'm looking forward to getting in a room and actually just i'm dying to get on stage again. And so we have our first date booked for a lollapalooza and we're headlining in chicago. Oh and that's Supposedly in april. Hopefully that'll not get pushed back because vaccine is finally here and hopefully they start. Dispersing it very quickly. So everybody can get back on their feet and Could get hot in here. music is. that's what makes and heals the world. Yeah that's a really interesting booking though for. I didn't even realize journey at lollapalooza because we all know lollapalooza is sort of like usually build is like the this alternative music festival although it's evolved into having pop and hip hop and all these things on it now but they usually do have one more at least one sort of classic based rock act on there. So you guys are are on. I would imagine a bill. That's probably pretty eclectic right. I have not seen the bill. Were headlining it and We i can't guarantee what he's at With the new blood in the band and when we get together for two weeks to rehearse before that show we will be the new alternative. We're gonna add a lot to the show we're going to you know. Bring some new dynamics and open things up a bit and show people you know what the musicianship is. It's been and it also look that just speaks to the history of journey as well because the music you've made crosses over to so many different boundaries. I mean you'd be hard pressed to find anybody no matter what kind of music they're into that doesn't love and appreciate the music of journey so that just speaks volumes. The with the reach the music you've created in your career has that doesn't matter young middle aged. What whatever the stuff is around you. I'm sure you've been in in situations like that before where you guys can get up there with the hits you have the catalogue you have and hold your own with anybody yet. You know one year i remember. We played in in europe somewhere and it was a festival that we had never been on before and there was heavy metal festival and it was with marilyn manson so i decided because it was a really different type of gig for us. I decided to walk out on stage before we went out And take a look at the audience. They try to sum it up of what i felt like. We should put in our set. So i walk out there and it was like ninety percent guys right. You don't have like makeup on and like black black black black you know and i'm like guys you know what i think. We ought to play like a lot of besides of our heaviest records and forget about a lot of the ballot. So we did we reconstructed are set and it was the first time they saw us. But we killed it and so we do. Have everything sitting there. Kind of that was proof for myself and the rest of the ban that we can you know sort of get added into any type of show accommodate it With with many facets that the band is but you know. What's funny about that. Neil if you went there and played faithfully and open arms. I'm sure they would have absolutely loved that as well. I remember i read recently. I think it was gene. Simmons saying that kiss was on some really extreme metal festivals in europe and they were wondering should we really play..

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"schon" Discussed on The Eddie Trunk Podcast

The Eddie Trunk Podcast

02:44 min | 5 months ago

"schon" Discussed on The Eddie Trunk Podcast

"Xm and of course this podcast is well counts as one of them. Got a great interview for you. this week. it is once again. An interview with neal. Schon of journey neil has been a frequent guest. And you've heard him here on this podcast quite often recently. This is a completely new interview. And it's been great to get all this great content and great insights and great stories from a guy. That's been doing this now. For probably about fifty years in neil sean and he has released a and i reached out to him about this one because he made a really cool solo record at the end of last year called universe that is an all instrumental record which you know normally. I'm pretty burnt down on those. I mean they're very monotonous usually and it's not something i'm really into unless they're very unique in some way but neil's is unique in that obviously the playing great it's super melodic and he does some covers in some originals in some instrumental version of journey songs. Really great stuff. I think you're going to really like the inter- the record and the interview. Of course you can get the record anywhere you get your music and you can get the interview right here. In a matter of seconds on the trunk podcast. So we talked to neil about this new solo record how it came about the story behind it and of course we get a journey update and in this interview when this aired live a couple of weeks ago on my trunk volume show on sirius. Xm news because neal says during this interview. That journey is headlining lollapalooza this year. Now take note. Because neil has the wrong date. He says it's an it's an april lollapalooza is scheduled for the end of july. And nobody knows if it's ever going to be able to happen given the pandemic but that is the plan right now but the big news was that neil announced and i don't think he realized he probably wasn't supposed to announce it yet but broke the news. That journey was going to headline if indeed does happen in chicago at the wrong month. As you're about to hear but you know assuming it happens in july so really interesting that. He said all that in and made a lot of news when he did. But there's other stuff too about the new journey record new journey song which according to neil is going to be announced imminent imminently a single maybe even released at the time. You hear this. Who knows so. I think you're going to enjoy the conversation. It's another one with one of the all time..

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Cowboys vs. Eagles score: Michael Gallup leads aerial assault against Philadelphia, keeps Dallas alive in NFC East

Blogging the Boys

02:25 min | 6 months ago

Cowboys vs. Eagles score: Michael Gallup leads aerial assault against Philadelphia, keeps Dallas alive in NFC East

"Dallas cowboys ended the philadelphia eagles season on sunday afternoon at. At and t. stadium. That's right the eagles now with only four wins with only one game left even though the cowboys will need some help from them. The philadelphia eagles are officially done. And we'll have to look forward to two thousand and twenty one when their quarterback will be jalen hurts full-time or carson wentz. Who knows there's a lot to get into as it as it relates to this game again so many things happen. Let's start the first highlight to show you here. If you're watching on youtube sean. Jackson did indeed have an eighty one yard touchdown. Jalen hurts finds him about six minutes left in the first quarter. Just absolutely rose. We had absolutely chance. This is the type of thing that we've grown accustomed to seeing. Unfortunately from sean jackson he has gotten the better end of the cowboys for a long time over a decade. Schon jackson has been shown the cowboys now with multiple quarterbacks in multiple home stadiums schon jackson has had success. I'll give it to him that. At least this time. He remembered to score the touchdown and not fumbled the ball right in front of the goal line. Let's keep on. Let's get to some more happy. Highlights and michael gallup who was in contention for our star of the game. His first touchdown was a beauty as the second quarter. Began getting the cowboys. Back in the mix narrowing the margin. Fourteen to ten michael gallup like i said look at that elite camera work from fox. We'll talk about that in a second. Michael gallup quickly got to work. He had a big gain a little bit after a few minutes later. Look at this starting his own thirty five running down the sideline a bunch of eagles chasing him. Michael gallup doing all the work doing all the work doing all the work and then speaking of work you know the cowboys as we all know they like to feed ezekiel elliott. This was later on that possession the cowboys trailing fourteen. Ten and ezekiel elliott. There's no video of this so apologies. If you're watching on youtube you can see our freeze frame image. A looked like ezekiel elliott. Who had a really great game really looked like he scored on. This place is a bad angles from the tv copy but to me to my naked eye it looks like zeke. Elliott is over the line. I think that that's a touchdown. Zeke mike mccarthy did not challenge this. The cowboys wound up settling for fuel narrowing the margin fourteen to thirteen. They would ultimately start their climb back and they're ferocious. Climb back in fact. Let's get to that. Climb another michael gallup touched down here at the end of the first half andy dalton not even messing around just looking right for him and michael gallup again just a superstar a true wide receiver. One cowbys have three of them. Dalton schultz you can see very happy for his teammate. This was a phenomenal performance by michael gap

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"schon" Discussed on The Eddie Trunk Podcast

The Eddie Trunk Podcast

06:41 min | 8 months ago

"schon" Discussed on The Eddie Trunk Podcast

"Everybody Teddy Trunk without further Ado. Let's get to it the leader of the band journey neal. Schon sharing some thoughts about Eddie van Halen the next journey record a whole lot more on this week's Eddie Trunk podcast enjoy. Hey Neo how are you? Come to good Eddie. How are you brother? I'm okay. Hanging in there you know before we get a little update from you on how things are going in the journey camp. You know I know you and I have been in touch the last few days and exchanging some thoughts and memories about Eddie Van Halen and I think you're going to have a really interesting perspective and I look forward to hearing from you on this because Van Halen I if I'm not mistaken, one of their very first tours was opening for journey right? Actually. He was we took in in on their first tour funny story man I'm GonNa, lay it out here a little bit because I did think about this it was an eighty seven. their record was being release and I don't know a couple months three months prior to the tour starting I had received a little you know red EP promotional. That had eruption on it and you really got me. And so I proceeded to put it on my turntable. In my bedroom where the guitar in him and I'm sitting there listening to eruption and I'm going what is this guy doing for real? Like I could not figure it out where you know I've been listening to this new all kinds of people you know and things down could just not figure out what he was doing with the Hammer. And it? It would like drove me nuts and we and then you know we finally got out there and got to know wet and and why should night tonight just kill it and also I can say is I was very happy not to be following them. We Ronnie Montrose it was in the middle. So van Halen Open then Montrose Journey Yeah. Eating better. Meet work. Yeah. You sent me that Matt via text which was awesome to see that and it's really funny seeing. So small special guest, Van Halen then Montross thin you guys, I mean I it just. yeah I mean, of course Ronnie was was great in his own right but I imagine that was not easy for him to follow van. Halen. especially at that time. No he did well, though I mean you know the ban was strong and but Eddie was just so on fire and doing you know new things that nobody has seen before I'm everybody was just Kinda like what is going on. It was great man and We had a lot of fun on that tour. Hung out a lot. watch them trash a Lotta hotel rooms. I think they were wanting to be the WHO you know. He had told me that. One of his biggest records that inspired him even come up with the concept of inhaling was a who the whose lives are. No House live at. League. Live at Leeds right. Yeah. Hey. Neil. Do you remember what the audience reaction was like to Van Halen then do you do you were you there early enough and do you remember back that far as to what people seeing them were were how they were reacting? Absolutely I got there early just to watch you know there have that come over and points and guitar at me like like a bow and Arrow. Like you it comes men and You know it was electrifying and audience definitely. Got It. I think they were. Wow. You know I mean it just blew everybody away. And then so how? Did they. How long did they stay out with you? Is that like a short tour would did that go for a while? Well we stayed out. are are infinity tour was named Infinity tour because it lasted forever I believe we did a hundred eighty shows. in which I think I think what I recall Van Halen. Maybe I had done three months with us and maybe a little less than. Yeah because they ended up going out with Sabbath and I don't know if that was before or after you guys. It was after us. We were the first tour that they went on and then you know we hooked up later playing a lot of the summer festivals together in Texas Cham-, and you know all over the place and. It was a great time and great period in my life and. seeing all associated here the Museum of the day and I was really really hit hard by like a lot of people but I realized that Admiral were very, very close in the eighties and hung out a lot and you know not just on tour but when he would come into town. and we'd hang out just talking music in a room playing music for each other and checking things out. 'cause funny born in one of the things that is very funny is is I just done I completed the record with Sammy, Hsa yes record. And we were playing each other's music night after they played in San Francisco at the cow palace, and he wanted me to give him a ride to the hotel. So he grabbed a bottle of vodka jumped in my voice and he preceded the Chug chugging while I'm driving down the freeway I'm like Dude, hold that thing down, keep it down anyway we got to the hotel. And you know we had a cassette machine and he was playing me some stuff and I slapped him H Sas. And he kept going over to the machine and stopping it backwards forwards going over this one guitar riff like what are you doing there? I said, let it run man. Doing like twenty times in a row, and then finally he goes he goes who's in singer man are really liked the same. And I go in. And he goes who and go Sammy Hagar and I said. You. Know Montrose Right. He goes. Yeah. He goes. That's the guy and I go. Yeah and so that's where he kind of found out about Sami. Was Me playing him night I mean he knew who who Sammy was through Montrose through that I record. But he didn't know anything being on. Right he didn't put it together. It was the same Guy Hsa S..

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Armenia-Azerbaijan conflict draws in fighters from Mideast

Democracy Now! Audio

01:29 min | 9 months ago

Armenia-Azerbaijan conflict draws in fighters from Mideast

"Lies inside. Her Basham but it's controlled by ethnic. Armenians. It was the site of a bloody conflict in the wake of the collapse of the Soviet Union many fear this latest spike and conflict the world. The worst since the nineties could spark a regional war with Turkey openly supporting your Sean and Russia allied with Armenia. The. Guardian reports Syrian rebel fighters have signed up to work with private Turkish forces in Azerbaijan and Turkey reportedly supplying us or Bow Sean with drones and weapons in an interview with Sky News. Earlier this week, the Armenian Prime Minister Nicole Pechiney accused Turkey of continuing its genocidal policies against the Armenian people. Good reach. Inflammatory language when I say that. This. Is Not. These Bala, continue the Armenian genocide. Let us look at what Turkey. Is. Implementing in the Mediterranean in Libya in Syria Iraq. Ca Dot com to me. There is no doubt. That this. Is saw hotel sponsor policy of continuing the Armenian genocide offer come to me and policy of reinstating the Turkish in. On and the international reports as your Schon has used banned cluster bombs in civilian areas

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"schon" Discussed on The Eddie Trunk Podcast

The Eddie Trunk Podcast

05:51 min | 1 year ago

"schon" Discussed on The Eddie Trunk Podcast

"Show being on every recording ever recorded by journey anything to do with journey. You be probably making the same decisions. If you knew all the logistics which will come out later. You know the idea about what is often termed classic rock band, which journey would fall in that category just because of longevity and all the heads making new music is, it's funny Neil Because I. Will I love new music from bands that I've listened to and loved for a long time like journey I embrace it. I. Play it I look forward to hearing your plate. Live I. Care about it I. Think much of it is very good, but the one thing that's unfortunate about it as much of it does fly under the radar and doesn't have much. Much of a of a commercial chance unfortunately, so I understand and I talked artists all the time. That have very conflicting views on it. There are some that are like. Hey, you know what I'm just going to go out every summer and play the hits. Make everybody happy and not bother, and then somebody like you who clearly the creative aspect of creating an and making new music for that fan base, regardless of what the viability of selling it is is still very important. You clearly fall in that camp just as a musician. WanNa keep writing and producing. Something, it's in my DNA. You know I need to know good on moving forward and and not just being stagnant and resting on the laurels that we have already you know I mean. Of course we're going to go out, we're GONNA play greatest hits. There's many many ways to school, stop and and. Make a show better, and you know and also I think you're going to create new music. It's gotta be different. I mean look. At the Beatles, they didn't recreate the same song over and over and over and. That is where my head is that I don't want to recreate a song, or that's in the same vein of a song that we already have that. We're already going to be playing I. WanNa create what we don't have. You know that I feel that we can use in are set to completely become that much stronger than we are. Yeah and you talked about your history and the band which is from day one is the one constant member, and you also referenced a few minutes ago. All the different people in in numerous lineup changes the band has had since the very beginning, and you sort of embrace that a little bit a year or so ago with the other. Band that you took out with Greg Rally. You call that I think it was wasn't. Did you call journey through time? was that what he called it? It was called. Neal Schon journey through time you know, and there's some legal stuff going on there too They wanted to block me from using journey through time neal. Schon journey through time. I'm going okay. Listen men with assault. All the cover bands that are out there that do journey. That are booked and some plain and bigger places, and have some kind of implication of journey in it. You would think that I'd be able to use just the word journey. There's cars name journey. There's cars named after all of our. Titles Infinity you know escape. it's just goes on and on and on and you know I have a book that sitting there, too. That I intend to call that needle Sean Journey through time, and so nobody's GonNa. Stop me from using. But I was curious how how that how you felt about doing that. Did you have fun? Because that was about embracing some of the elements in errors of the band? You don't normally play. You played yet. Greg Raleigh back involved right. So how did that whole thing field you after doing it? It felt really great. Actually We had a lot of fun We had only played. warranty three three shows, and the third show was by far the best in La and we ripped the roof off the place man we played for a good three hours and like you said played a lot of the hidden cuts that were were on some earlier. but you know just. Made them a little bit more modern opened it up and jammed a bit more. and it was a lot of fun, and it was clearly a different. As, they came to see that show. They were older journey audience, and so we have many different audiences out there the biggest one being that that comes to see the greatest hits, but this one was picking up steam very quickly before was kind of you know politically put in a place where we couldn't continue and and it's fine. 'cause everything happens for a reason, and and you know who knows what will happen in the future, but right now I'm into regrouping. Jonathan Arnot and Randy and Narda and showing everybody what we're about. The bookie mentioned that sitting there. Is it your life story? Did you write an autobiography? There's a couple yes, and have not decided when to put it out because I just I feel that it's premature right now. There's many more things that are about to happen. And, so I wanNA, wait you know but it's very extensive. It goes from the very beginning before I started playing guitar, and it's me reading it and and backtracking going back in time. it has been.

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"schon" Discussed on The Eddie Trunk Podcast

The Eddie Trunk Podcast

03:06 min | 1 year ago

"schon" Discussed on The Eddie Trunk Podcast

"You can get them totally free by mailing away and sending a self addressed stamped envelope. Info is on my website, or if you want it right now. Real quick send. A self addressed envelope to stickers Po box forty. One seater knows New Jersey. Jersey Oh, seven, nine, two seven, and make sure the self addressed stamped envelope is in the envelope and us is only four sticker shipping, please. I can't send and get into customs forms for outside of the US for a simple bumper sticker, but if you'd like one drop, an email or I'm sorry, dropped the physical. Mel with a self addressed stamped envelope in there, and I will get him out. Allow a few weeks for them to get to you. Because just taking a little while to process and get them turned around, but I will get him out eventually, and we thank goodies for those stickers. And yes, you got the radio show every day. If you're in the US or Canada hope you're joining me for that and This interview this week with Neal Schon. Really Cool because I've I've gotten to know Neil little bit in recent years when Def Leppard and journey toward together a few years ago, I did a big event with Neil and Joe Elliott in the Sirius Xm studios in new. York City to promote that tour, which was massively successful, and I've stayed in touch with Neil through social media is a real good guy and I. I enjoy talking to him. And I reached out to them with the current lineup changes and everything that's been going on with journey that's been in the news to get his thoughts, and they just announced the new rhythm section of the band Narda. Michael Walden and the return of Randy Jackson so I thought it'd be a good time for him to come on and he. He was willing to do so, and that's the conversation you're about to hear which goes for almost an hour talking about all sorts of things in the world of journey, and beyond we touch on a few bands and some things he's done outside of journey as well. Neil could not talk extensively about the lawsuit with former now former members Ross Valerie and Steve Smith. Smith, but he does talk about it and say what he can say about it in the conversation, but they're still legal action there, so he can't get to in detailed on that so I. Think you're going to really love this journey as a obviously a massive band, and they're one of those bands that and we talk about this, too. They have so many bands do. Do Tributes to journey. There's loved by such a wide variety of rock fans from metal fans to rock fans to pop fans. Everybody seems to love journey, and they are also one of those bands that seems to transcend whatever the lineup is because the songs are so enduring that people just want to hear the songs, and there have been a lot of lineups journey over. Over the decades including yet another lineup change that's about to be introduced with the new rhythm section coming in so some of that stuff gets discussed with Neil as you're about to hear, it really is a great talk. And I think you really going to enjoy it so without further ado, let's get to it..

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"schon" Discussed on The Eddie Trunk Podcast

The Eddie Trunk Podcast

02:20 min | 1 year ago

"schon" Discussed on The Eddie Trunk Podcast

"Usual is totally free and available to you new episodes every Thursday via podcast, one dot, com, apple, podcast, or of course now free on spotify subscribe listen every week. Catch every episode. Don't miss it with new ones like I said coming your way every Thursday hope everybody had a good week. Hope all the dads out there and good Fathers Day last weekend. And here we are with another great podcast for you and another major massive interview I think you are going to enjoy coming up very shortly on the podcast this week, the only guy. As he'll tell you in this interview who has been a member of the band journey? Through every single lineup and they've had a lot more lineups than people realize I mean. There is even a version of the band before. Steve Perry. And that of course would be guitarist deal Sean who joins me as my guest this week. As is the case with all the interviews you here on this podcast. This interview originated and aired live on my daily radio show, which is called trunk nation and is heard Monday through Friday live two to four pm eastern time on Sirius. Xm Channel One oh, six volume replays every night ten to midnight eastern, and you can always listen on demand if you are a subscriber to Sirius Xm. On the Sirius XM APP so be sure to join me if you're in the US or Canada if you do not already for daily Rock, talk and interviews on volume on Sirius Xm six on trunk nation as always say you only getting a tiny little taste here on this podcast every week of what I do daily on that radio show also want to thank our friends at goodies hangover for sponsoring as usual goodies make some great products headache or their new product hangover powder. You can get it wherever you get. Products like that including Amazon in any of your usual. Pharmacies just check out goodies and more information at goody's powder dot com. There's fast and there's good. He's fast and be sure to check out their new hangover product, and they made some great trunk nation stickers for me..

"schon" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

01:30 min | 1 year ago

"schon" Discussed on 600 WREC

"Goes one on one with Neal schon of journey asked if he ever got caught up in the rock star image you know I love playing and it's like the whole you know rockstar label thing I've never been into you know I can always consider myself a guitar player at the foremost in it you know always respected and loved other you know musicians and musicians musicians and so you know I continue to try to aspire to get better keep listening to I heart radio for more Neal schon and all your favorite artists trump supporters in Tulsa Oklahoma are camping out in front of the venue where president trump will hold his first campaign rally this weekend since the covert nineteen pandemic began trump supporter Tammy Willard is among them and she told MSNBC she's not worried about corona virus anymore than the regular flu I can catch the regular plan any year I can catch this as well rally attendees have been asked to sign a waiver and assume all risks related to exposure but will it says the trump campaign waiver doesn't bother her yes Sir you have to sign a waiver I don't blame him twenty two states including Oklahoma are seeing spikes in covert nineteen as they re open several our reporting record high numbers of coronavirus cases Arizona Florida California South Carolina and Texas all with the record single day increases health updates Sara Lee counselor NBC news radio I.

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"schon" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

01:55 min | 1 year ago

"schon" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"One on one with Neal schon to ask about journey's music being featured in the final episode of the sopranos I did follow the sopranos and I watched it when I wasn't working and I remember getting an email months prior to the last episode and it was I believe it's from the director and he was you know basically saying they were talking about using don't stop believing and the final episode of the sopranos and I went home cool that's cool that happens great it does it is cool too and I wasn't glued to the TV I was actually on the internet and my phone just started blowing out people are like did you see that and I was like what and and it was just like I got so many calls one after another got to see the episode you know the next day and I was like wow this is just amazing keep listening to I heart radio for more Neal schon and all your favorite artists the NBA is pushed back the possible re opening date of some team practice facilities for at least a week until may eighth at the earliest saying Monday the extra time was needed in part to make sure player training options would be safe and controlled in an effort to try to mitigate threats caused by the corona virus pandemic the NFL is open to playing a later Super Bowl or limited in the Pro Bowl up to twenty twenty season is delayed sports business journal reports that the league has discussed many different alternatives including pushing the Super Bowl date back from February seventh to February twenty eighth eliminating bye weeks is also an option the Los Angeles Lakers have repaid a loan of roughly four point six million dollars from corona virus business relief funds after learning the program had been depleted the Lakers request was actually granted in the first round of distribution but after the fun ran out of money in less than two weeks the team returned its loan that's sports some separate.

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"schon" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

News Talk 1130 WISN

02:56 min | 1 year ago

"schon" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

"Heart radio goes one on one with Neal schon of journey to reflect on those who inspired and motivated him my dad was a big fan of Duke Ellington Count Basie you know what Quincy Jones the ball is Saturday I mean he turned me on to like you know all the greatest jazz musicians because he was a jazz and yeah I I grew up in with all that and then I got myself you know I kind of went towards the blues I started listening a lot to you know Albert king you know I started jamming around in the city a lot and stone corner which is Michael bloom feels old club in San Francisco with the bishop and I made friends with Alvin Alvin took me to the Fillmore west this represents governor Ducey to B. B. and I remember being on stage of baby when I was thirteen you know with bill Graham met bill Graham too was it was just an amazing time keep listening to I heart radio for more Neal schon and all your favorite artists a report says uber is looking to buy GrubHub Wall Street journal says the ride sharing company approached GrubHub earlier this year and the two have been in talks for months amid the health crisis the food delivery business has been booming over already has its own service uber REITs but gobbling up GrubHub would make him the dominant player in the food delivery business Google is starting the migration process of moving Google play music users over to YouTube music and is now out with a way for users to transfer playlists a couple years ago Google made the decision to merge play and you to bother you to music because the U. two platform already has billions of users Disney is bringing Hamilton to Disney plus this summer Disney won the bidding war for the film version of the Medicaid musical which was shot in twenty sixteen and features the original cast Disney was gonna bring the film to movie theaters in October twenty twenty one but instead it's bring it forward the release date by more than a year and skipping cinemas altogether Hamilton hits Disney plus July third tech report Larry Olson NBC news radio the federal tax filing deadline is now in July many people use online tax software to file their taxes but if your personal taxes are a bit more complex a professional tax preparer might be a better bet for your situation Tom wheelwright CPA and CEO of wealth ability says there's a lot of opportunities for saving on taxes that an individual won't find but your tax professional will it's actually very inexpensive to hire a good pack speaker when they're saving you a lot more tax dollars then you're paying them in fact he will write says his firm finds deductions and credits every day to help his clients save money that online software Mrs Amana calculate the credit even the earned income credit is the most miscalculated credit there are people who qualify for the earned income credit the probably don't know that like what we all right and you can save time effort and uncertainty by hiring a professional to handle your taxes for you Greg Paul NBC news radio I heart radio.

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"schon" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

01:35 min | 1 year ago

"schon" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"One with Neal schon of journey to discuss how his father actually helped journey arrange some other music well he thought the man was very musical he actually did a lot of the string arrangements that that are on a journey records are my dad's arrangements yeah like mother father I co wrote with him and he did the string arrangements on that he did string arrangements on open arms pretty much all the songs that have strings my dad did the original keep listening to I heart radio for more Neal schon and all your favorite artists the water is just for us just tell your smart device to play news radio twelve hundred W. O. A. I'd on I heart radio email during the top of the hour break and there's a couple from people Obama collaborated with the on the collusion story I would get frustrated as all get out because we've spent here is explaining how that happened an intense period of time toward the end of last week but as long as there is.

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"schon" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

News Radio 1190 KEX

01:38 min | 1 year ago

"schon" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

"On one with Neal schon of journey to ask what the last several years have been like for him creatively well you know what I feel kind of reborn have you ever since you know I I got sober like things have been really coming together for me and and and every way in every sense of the word you know it's like my plane and I feel like I'm excelling I'm very ambitious you know I'm very creative I I have like a little jam studio downstairs in my house and I sit in there for for at least a couple hours to three hours a day and and jammed with loops and all kinds of stuff just to keep you know my chops up and it's been really really great for my play keep listening to I heart radio for more Neal schon and all your favorite artists I heart radio goes one on one with him across to talk about using his acting roles for the unit is just as much right find themselves go through a lot of stuff to find something that you really like it in my case you know it's a big commitment for is not just a six day week commitment that it takes to to do a movie but there's a lot of prep time it goes into that you know if you find a role if you like it in the movie that you like you want to do a research if you want to learn as much you care about what you're doing and so takes a lot of time that being said if something were to come along with that I just absolutely fell in love with the note finally keep listening to I heart radio for more Tim McGraw and all your favorite artists newsradio an.

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COVID 19 frauds and scams

Native America Calling

09:36 min | 1 year ago

COVID 19 frauds and scams

"This is native America calling. I'm Monica Brain. Scammers will take any opportunity to bilk you out of your money or personal information. Currently they're using the Kovic global pandemic as a way to prey on fears about the uncertainty with the virus and economic issues around the pandemic. Here's one example of a Robo call. Some folks are getting. The Corona virus has caused the. Us declared a national emergency. The Families First Corona Virus Response Act has made corona virus testing more accessible immediately. If you want to receive a free testing kit delivered overnight to your home press one if you do not want your free testing press to do to be clear you cannot take a corona virus test at home. Here's another scam. That involves a mortgage blow due to the krona virus. Mortgage interest rates have dropped an all time low. You may be able to benefit from updated modification in refinance programs. Today we're going to go through a list of scams that are out there and give you tips for avoiding scams altogether. And we'd like to hear from you. Have you been getting calls about in nineteen? Do they involve cures or personal requests for personal information to get your relief? Check call us right now and share your experience you can be an anonymous of the number is eight hundred nine six two eight four eight once again. Is Sean Spruce? He's the programs consultant. He's a programs consultant for First Nations Development Institute and Co hosts the PODCASTS natives on a budget Schon is Laguna Pueblo. Hey Monica how you doing good good? I'm I'm excited to talk about this topic today. Even though it it's a little tricky you know because it involves people who are committing crimes and really taking advantage of Sometimes unsuspecting folks so Have you recently wrote about A scam in your doctor per cap column that involved the Corona Virus. Tell us about it. Yeah absolutely so I got a an email from a woman End into the country and she had received a phone call very late at night from somebody who claim to be her niece and then he said I'm really sick I mean hospital and I've racked up these huge bills because of Cova nineteen. I'm infected and I need help paying the bills and this woman is elderly and she was at home and you know she was again. It was late at night. She wasn't quite isn't allergic. She could have been and she just but it didn't sound quite right so I'm quite like her these even though the woman identified herself as her knees with the right name and everything. Fortunately her nephew was also home and he grabbed the phone and he very quickly could tell that this was a scam. This was not actual niece. It was basically what we call grandparents scam. Where Somebody Will Foam Cau- call it older person and pretend to be a grandchild or niece or nephew and say they're in some kind of trouble and usually it's some kind of trouble with the law or something like that This case this person claim to be sick with covert nineteen and needed help paying medical bills. So fortunately they hung up the phone and that was the end of it but she she sent me an email just to let me know what was going on. And this was something that was headed occurred in her with her personal life and You know these kind of things just always bring out. The worst. In people. Natural disasters are hurricanes earthquakes tornadoes forest fires. You know every time. One of these huge natural disasters or crises erupts. There's always some bad actors scammers fraudsters that look to take advantage and this was an example of that fortunately she wasn't victimized but scary that people will approach somebody or contact. Somebody call somebody like with that kind of a sinister plot to defraud them or steal from them. Yeah I know especially late at night and I I know I would be all confused and take me a minute to realize whether or not I was dreaming or something like that I wonder for that out there to our listeners. Have you ever experienced something like this? Has Someone called and pretended to be your family member and asked You for help And then it turned out that they weren't at all Give us a call and share. The number is one eight hundred nine six two eight four eight vessels one eight hundred nine nine native. I want to add another voice to the conversation. We've got Chuck Harwood on the line. He's the regional director of the Federal Trade Commission for the Northwest Region. Hey there chuck. I'm GONNA so are you. Seeing lots of reports of an increase in scams are the scammers. They're just taking their regular catalogue of Scams and just adding cove in nineteen to it and Is that increasing the answer. To all requested yes That's exactly what's happening. We're seeing lots of reports of scams about liberate. Thousands of reports are scams which in which Cova Nineteen Corona virus being referred to. They are taking their usual catalogue of scams and just tacking on corona virus or Cova nineteen to the for example. The one Sean talked about it they classic grandparent or family. Birds Scam that we've been hearing about for years sometimes traffic accidents or something like that now. They're saying Rovers So Yeah we've seen both. Wow that's That's upsetting to hear so Exactly how okay. Let's talk a little bit more about how this actually works with the grandparent. Scam for example. So you know Sean was saying she was saying she was in the hospital and she needed money if they had continued that conversation. What would happen next chuck? Almost certainly they would have asked for money to be sent They would have said that they need the money immediately. needs to be perfectly overnight faster that the victim can be convinced to get the money in the mail or more likely. Frankly Sent through wire Western Union or these days. They even use know gift cards to send money. like Amazon itunes gift cards That's the way they want to do it. And as soon as the money has sent it disappears and doing impossible to reverse the payment And tumors out the money. It is extraordinarily. You'd think it can't work but extraordinarily common. How often people fall for the scam and my time said one more thing about the scam described in point of an important point important Element in fighting. These scams net is consulting with your friends and neighbors family The example that Sean describe was prevented because the woman who received the call had a family member. She could consult with And that's that's really critical. Find is a lot of people who avoid scams do so because they talk to friends and family members of course in the middle of lockdowns at viruses increasingly hard to do so. They can't further like to fall victim to these games. I had this conversation with my dad. Who's in his late seventies and I told him if somebody calls saying there me and they need money for the emergency room hospital or anything like that or I'm in jail. Just leave. Just tell them now. You can stay there and we'll just go ahead and because that's not gonNA happen. I'M NOT GONNA call you that way. You know our tell them. Oh call your sister and she'll take care of it Which I think is you know I mean I. It seems weird to have a a scam plan. Sean have you talked to folks about that like having conversations with your family members in advance as a preventative measure. Not so much you know like having you know like a plan like a strategy if when whatever and I think because one of the challenges is there are just so many different ways to scam. Somebody and like Chuck mentioned people just continue to Kinda easy same scams. They just always a new twist to them. So you know it's just it's difficult to kind of create a plan because scams can come in so many shapes and sizes and like You know we talked about earlier. Anybody can be a victim of a scam. Anybody can be caught essentially Scam proof impossible. I don't care how much education you have and I don't care how many plans you create can never completely scam proof yourself. And that's because scammers know how to appeal to people's emotions and why again and again when you really effective scam designed to prey on base human emotions. You've got love. Which is those romance scams which are really effective Natural Disaster Death Sickness. Things like that people aren't necessarily thinking clearly they're not thinking straight their emotionally vulnerable and they can be victimized when they're in that setting so yeah. I really encourage people you know. Hang up the phone quickly. Don't engage with a scammer. But not so much of a game plan like which relatives the contractor not to contact although it might be effective for some people to to think like that and come up with you know basic strategy for dealing with some of these issues.

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"schon" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

02:31 min | 1 year ago

"schon" Discussed on KTOK

"Goes one on one with Neal schon of journey to ask what the last several years have been like for him creatively well you know what I feel kind of reborn have you ever since you know I I got sober like things have been really coming together for me and and and every way in every sense of the word you know it's like my plane I feel like I'm excelling I'm very ambitious you know I'm very creative I I have like a little jam studio downstairs in my house and I sit in there for for at least a couple hours to three hours a day and and jammed with loops and all kinds of stuff just to keep you know my chops up and it's been really really great for my play keep listening to I heart radio for more Neal schon and all your favorite artists I heart radio goes one on one with Matt from cage the elephant shares a secret passion he's had since childhood I may I would say a huge fan of the civil war but I was always really intrigued when I was a kid my dad was filling swimming pools and they were digging a hole for people and they found a bunch of civil war artifacts they brought it back to me I became fascinated and says in a wind like checked out every book on the civil war people listening to our radio for more of cage the elephant and all your favorite artists I heart radio goes one on one with Luke Bryan to talk about pushing through hard times you know I need a lot of people that are going through ups and downs and I just want people happy you know when you see people that are there in this world where they're in a vicious cycle kind of despair all the time and you talk to them and there's always the these moments of drama it almost becomes a habit of being kind of discombobulated you know people to wake up in the morning try to get back to being happy and and what makes you smile what did she do this tough lot it's so kind about magic Mike wanted to keep listening to I heart radio for more Luke Bryan and all your favorite artists I heart radio goes one on one with George Strait to discuss how creating music is a part of his DNA music is always you know if I'm making a record it's the most important thing at that time and I'm always thinking trying to find a song ideas I've always got that in the back of my mind because there's going to be a future project down the road and so just I'm not going to change as who I am it's members since since since the seventies keep listening to I heart radio for more George Strait and all your favorite artists the.

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"schon" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

02:01 min | 1 year ago

"schon" Discussed on WTVN

"Hi Ron schon thank you for taking my call in thank you very much for still being on the air I I notice can't be easy for you but we're we definitely need you right now and because you're the one of the few people that have the courage to speak honestly about what's going on here thank you very much I I sincerely appreciate that no problem well there's a reason for my call is to give what I feel is a little talked about issue from the medical field give a little perspective on that so I'm a physician assistant and I was recently laid off I was an independent contractor and I was working in a kidney transplant department and my contract was terminated due to COPD in nineteen and the reason was that they're not doing as many nearly as many many transplants as they used to be and Dr for that reason you know they're laying off a lot of contract employees as well as permanent employees was not just that it's they're not doing a bunch of surgeries they're not doing they've they've shown a lot of that and and and that was because the anticipation of so many covert nineteen patients yeah and so if we are to believe the media we would be under the distinct impression that hospitals are being overrun by call the patients and that it's all hands on deck but the truth is that the sense is that most hospitals is far lower than it has been in recent memory because hospitals aren't doing any of these elective procedures and they're canceling routine appointment and as a result their their revenue is way down I have heard this I've heard this from people all over the country that that hospitals are suffering a loss of income because of a loss of elective surgeries and other other hospitalizations believe it or not Joanna and I'm sure you will some are are are to check this is a great notes this is illustrating that does a lot of people seeking medical attention that don't need it your.

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The Wisdom of Solitude: Lessons from the Lives of the Prophets

The Friday Circle Podcast

09:04 min | 1 year ago

The Wisdom of Solitude: Lessons from the Lives of the Prophets

"This Central Hall of the the The story of that. He was patient he worshiped to Lawson with the Iowa and he had He for good of a lawsuit with And he worshipped unless of hand with and now I wanNA talk more about the West at the end inshallah in a suicide a lawsuit Donna. He says what could I be a you? But if Netanyahu anemic sunny shave volatile be mostly deal. I that that also handled. Honest hid a you an ISA cooled Sultani with Diana and said and remember also a you when he cooled to his Lord indeed shape on has touched me with hardship and tool meant so you set up. He he cool onto the island and he gave a reason for what's happened to him. He Sang that shape on has touched me. Yeah and in each on his touch me with hardship and torment now. Some of the they discuss this and they said how Schon can cause a physical impact. Shaddad can home you physically? But even his west West and He's whispers and the problem is that that causes us also being touched by shape which can need to as what happened with the you. Any Center. AH punishment either but he became repulsive to people. They don't WanNa see him or hear. So we we spoke about Shield Danny You know he classified the site in which it narrates that They will to companion so these are the the the two people I said. There was the wife of a Ubani Sadda- But also two companions that he had two people that did keep in touch with him and one of them said that you. Salaam he must have committed a really bad said he must have done. Something really displeasing to a loss of hand with full loss of hunting with the honor to afflicting with what he's going through the other person who who had this he went and told this to you and this made him very sad and so he's going through this situation with you know he's got this illness he's been left by people all of this and now he has this this makes him feel even less and he goes to relieve himself and his wife used to hold his hand and help him and on his way back unless hunter without a inspired him and to Strike his foot and we'll to began to flow and when you He used that water to cleanse himself. He'd be restored back to health so much. So that in some of the narrations it says that his wife she sold him as she didn't recognize she was looking for her husband. She sees mine. She doesn't recognize him and he says this is me this is are you ready set up. And he had returned back to is healthy He's healthy self heavily now. How long did that go on for? I've mentioned this in a few minutes but this is different narration. Some say seven years some say thirteen years some say eighteen years. There's one says fouteen but the the most you know all the more common almost but the more common opinions I found with thirteen or eighteen. Thirteen or eighteen. Years you buddy. Saddam was in the state that he was in in Charlotte in Charlotte. Leaving this situation that we find ourselves in many many of the people that have cooled virus and having another in an outfit within five seven fourteen days in Charlotte not more than And the the the effects are no way like what we describe. Anybody went through But in Chama after bites it's over for many as we know you know most allies with except the Michaud had the you. Enter them into Bosa in Shaw You set up this. The suffering of his. It went on for years over a decade according to the majority of GonNa unless with added that gave him well fulsome so off the what he'd gone through off the what happened with returned to him. He's family a lesson with the return to him gave him wealth and he once again became wealthy and this was awful years of a USA. Saddam being patient and a you Alyssa being steadfast in worshiping a loss on some of the some of the lessons that we can take from his story festival that patients and not wish it was so beloved. Awesome Hollywood island unless one hundred crazy Many times in the car. One of the lessons that we can take from this is that these are the true real role models for us so With so cool up An children are cool up in looking at and following the lives of people On this planet whether they're in this country on doesn't might just people who really we shouldn't we shouldn't follow their lives. We should know about their lives. Because there's there's no later in unfortunately And people like this like a you by Saddam. They are role models without appraises. His patients would you know who the unless without his is. We found him. Being patients must without testifies to the fact that he was patient meaning. He didn't say a bad thing he didn't think about that. He focused on worshiping a loss of handle at the Anna asking less of handle it to relieve hoping to relieve his suffering and the prophets were given special powers and abilities to kill themselves or other people as another Nessin that we take from this This story if he could he would kill himself. But when the prophets in messages perform miracles or killed people. Did these things. These were things that loss. Hanno with Ireland made happen. It's not something that they could do of themselves. And so even now in the Times that we live we know that the only one the we should be timing too is with. We should turn to him to solve our problems all suffering anything that window looking for any hopes Any dreams that we have the only one that can realize there is a lesson harmless. Nobody else And that's that's such a powerful lesson from this story that if a loss of Hannibal Donnas prophets and messengers had to be patient and worship and made to him. Is that anything or anyone else that we can turn to now. That is going to help us. No because if such a thing they would've told us about that but there isn't the only one the only thing that we can turn to in any time is a muscle and that's why I said at the beginning everything's changed but nothing's changed because these facts have always been the case So he mentioned shape on had harmed and so we he Shift the He talks about how he presents the reality he presents the fact that Chaban had done this team. But that's not to make an excuse and say you know I might for us that we may commit sins and say well. It wasn't me my shape on made me do it now. Okay Tapper Yala. I may talk. I returned to you and in shot I won't help. Strength from you in overcoming shape on his Westwood etc

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The Loss of Local NewsThe Impact

After The Fact

10:06 min | 1 year ago

The Loss of Local NewsThe Impact

"That's the percentage of Americans who believe that their local news organizations are doing well financially in reality. The data paints a different picture. According to a survey by the Pew Research Center local newspapers throughout the country are struggling amid declines in revenue and staffing and according to a report from the Hussmann School of Journalism and media at the University of North Carolina Chapel Hill the United States has lost almost twenty one hundred newspapers since two thousand four in this special series. We'll talk with experts about why this is happening and what the impacts are from. The loss of local news and in future episodes will travel to see how local publications are dealing with these challenges. Talk to keep a daily paper going community as South Georgia is even as many communities cut back on the size of paper or the number of staff one publication. We visited his actually. Adding journalists and investing in its print edition goes up that conveyor and then it goes in straps it up kind of exciting. I haven't been in oppressor raises tells us better. What's occurring we spoke with Penny Abernathy? A former journalist and executive with the Wall Street Journal and the New York Times reporters show up Schon ally and provide transparency to government proceedings that vanishes when there's not a newspaper or reporter. She's now the Knight Chair in journalism and digital media economics professor at the Husband School of Journalism at UNC Penny. You've written a really important report that looks at the state of local news in America. And if you don't mind I'm just going to read the first couple of sentences from your report from our very beginnings as a nation. Newspapers have a vital role in building community. Strong newspapers fostered a sense. Geographic identity and in the process nurtured social cohesion and grassroots political activism the stories and editorials they published. Help set the agenda for debate of important issues influence policy and political decisions we make and build trust in our institutions. The advertisements they carried drove local commerce and regional economic growth by putting potential customers together with local businesses man. I hear that and I think while local news helps citizens fulfil their responsibility it drives business and commerce so penny. Why do you think this is an important topic to focus on where losing newspapers and you might pause for a moment and say? Why is that important well? Regional television stations rarely reach outside the major markets. Where they're located and of course radio stations have not had the manpower To go out and do the investigative reporting as well as just the routine a town council meetings. The newspaper has historically been the prime. If not the sole source of everything from what's happening at the town council meetings who something as As Mundane is deciding how to spend your money wisely. The reason I initially focused on newspapers is since our earliest beginnings newspapers have provided the news that built communities what has really become apparent as we've lost newspapers and lauch reporters is that we've lost access to the types of News and information that feeds our democracy if you look at the last fifteen years. We've lost twenty one hundred newspapers in this country. That is one fourth of the newspapers. We had just fifteen years ago. What's driving this? What's happening? Well there are two things that are really driving in both of economic so one thing to look at is between two thousand and two thousand eighteen. The level of print advertising dropped below nineteen fifty level. So think about it for a moment. It took fifty years to reach its peak in two thousand and it had already dropped below. Nineteen fifty models for print advertising revenue by two thousand and ten. Now why is that important because print? Advertising has historically furnished bout eighty five percent of the revenue that most local newspapers used to support their newsgathering. Operation It was also vitally important in connecting people as you just read in that first sentence to advertisers in the community helping them build their own businesses. So everyone assumed okay. The advertising level is dropping on print. So all we have to do is just transition to digital so there was a mad rush to transform newspapers and instead what happened. Is that over the last ten years between seventy five. Eighty percent of the digital ADB revenue has gone not to newspapers but to to tech giant's facebook and Google. So that means that you have television stations newspapers digital startups all fighting over the remaining twenty five percent that is just not enough to sustain a vibrant level of newsgathering operation. And of course. It is handicapped newspapers in not being able to serve businesses in their area. Either WELL PRINT. Newspapers continue to struggle. Their websites are also showing some declines. Amy Mitchell Directs Journalism Research at the Pew Research Center and has been tracking changes in the industry for more than a decade. Take a step back for us and tell us as your annual reports are often called. What is the state of the news media today and in particular? What's happening in local news? Well one of the things we see in local is a big transition to digital just as we've seen at the national level so we we see in two thousand nineteen that about as many people say they prefer to get their local news digitally as prefer to get it through the television sets. We still see local. Tv stations having the garnering the whitest reach when it comes to overall audience but definitely a very prominent preference for digital one of the other elements of local news. Of course our local newspapers and has a lot of people have heard You know circulation is down staffing down. What are the numbers there well? The newspaper industry's financial fortunes and their subscriber bases have been in decline since the mid two thousand and website audience traffic. Actually after some years of growth we've also seen level off so if we look at twenty eight team which is the last sort of cumulative year of data that's available twenty. Eighteen saw another decline of eight percent in. Us daily newspaper circulation that includes print and digital combined Total estimated advertising revenue for the industry fell another thirteen percent in two thousand eighteen. And when we look at the employment reporting power that's in the news room There we see declines of forty seven percent since two thousand and four. That's almost tough. That's almost half in two thousand eighteen alone. A quarter of. Us newspapers with fifty thousand circulation or higher Had had layoffs in their in their local newspapers and that is on top of roughly Thirty two percent that had layoffs in two thousand seventeen so the challenges that the industry is facing there are not a bathing. We ask about the financial state of the local news. In general seventy one percent of the American public said that they think it's doing fairly well Financially that's pretty striking and really speaks to quite a gap in awareness among the public and a challenge for the industry. We then followed up and we ask about pain and you know have you. Have you paid for local news? In any way whether you are subscribing or keeping a membership or donation only fourteen percent of the American public at that they had paid in any way for local news in the past year Really striking numbers and so if there has been an attempt by the industry to Reach out and have people be aware. It's it's largely gone on heard you know by these numbers in terms of what they suggest when we followed up with the people who hadn't paid that large majority said they hadn't paid it was interesting because it wasn't a question of quality it was the fact the largest reason people gave was the fact that there was so much free content out there. Could we talk a little bit about this specific role of local newspapers? And all of this. I'm thinking smaller town. America that has thirty thousand people a hundred people small villages you local. Tv News is important for lots and lots of people but of course they tend to cover bigger markets. Well one piece of data we have. That would speak to that. We asked people whether most of the coverage was about the area that they live in or whether it was about a nearby area outside their own such as another city or another town and we had about half of our respondents say that the bulk of their local news covers an area outside where they live. People that were more to say. The coverage came was was focusing on other areas where those at lived in more rural Segments of the country. Let me just ask you this for the longest time. News was a commodity that was paid for because people could sell advertising and it worked as news in American society. Changing absolutely I would say the the concept of news is definitely gone through change and some of that is through producers and providers of it right about thirty percent that said they got local news regularly from some of what we might call sort of second tier types of outlets online only places local government agencies local organizations like churches and schools. When you add that up you had about thirty percent that it got to get news from one of those types about at least one of those types of outlets regularly so there's a lot of ways people can get informed and also when you think about then the impact of social media not just digital generally but in particular the structure of social media were news as mixed in with everything else it becomes a sort of constant as opposed to something one does at certain times during the day. It's just a very different experience than what we had say. You know three or four decades ago.

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"Peloton Husband" gifts real girlfriend Peloton bike for Christmas

Colleen and Bradley

00:31 sec | 1 year ago

"Peloton Husband" gifts real girlfriend Peloton bike for Christmas

"Ad for Christmas the actor in the viral peloton ad says he gifted his real girlfriend a peloton bike he did so okay this is Philly war schon under who plays the husband in the advertisement said in an Instagram post here's hoping this goes over better the second time merry Christmas to my actual girlfriend please don't leave me the post was a tongue in cheek response to the ad which was met with unrelenting ridicule

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"schon" Discussed on Talk Is Jericho

Talk Is Jericho

04:18 min | 3 years ago

"schon" Discussed on Talk Is Jericho

"All right. So we're here in the inner sanctum of the journey dressing rooms with Neal schon, and this is like the drapes up on the wall, and it's very dark and there's like, you know, lights and candles and we're like, you know, it's zen area before we play. Yeah, and and it's nice and cool back here, which I'm enjoying his so fricking hot air man in how playing, especially, I think last well, you can play a lot of outdoor shows too. Well, yeah, but I'm glad that we've been inside yet for these days so far, but usually like I've seen you guys probably I don't know five or six times and it's always at the the one eight hundred ask Gary amphitheatre that looks good on a t shirt, but it's always outside. But now today were here in the arena. Is there a reason for that or is it just, I think deaf leopard doesn't like playing the hamburger hotdog stands. When we come, you know, the backyard, get togethers. We've done so many of those and just. You know, it's a long summer man when because it's so hot always in, there's usually no escaping, you know the heat. And so I think that they, they really, it's there was their call to go into halls, you know, and I'm arenas an dominant definitely. But there's been a lot of stadiums to and you'd. I've been talking overtake. It's funny because we're meeting face to face right now for the first time. But we've been talking on tax for like a couple months now. It's like the way of the world like we're text buddies, and now we're face to face. You've been talking about how the stadium shows have been jam-packed and how great those have been. You know, I actually think. You know, Irving as actually made the comment after we had played about three stadium shows that they were doing better than the the Rina's. And I was like, well, there you go. I mean, we're playing like hockey arenas. You know, a lot of them are cement and metal or ten, and you know the bending if they've been brought up. Today's sound wise is is hard to get good sound, and there's usually like the ladder. You play the worst. They sound. And so I said, we sat both sound better outside. You know what I mean? Journey, we built our music for stadiums. You know, the tempos the actual songs we built them to fit the anti ice. Yeah, anthem songs. Right. And it's interesting because I saw guns and roses a couple years ago in a stadium. And then as soon as I heard Metallica was going to go out and say, I know LARs he's going to want to do a stadium to and they. About stadiums and then journey deaf leopards. A lot of people are like guys, Atlanta, the same place for Metallica that sold out. So you know what rock is not day. Yes, that's true. That's I think that's the point that we're all making and it really has nothing to do with radio right now because it really isn't that much radio, you know. So I mean, it's about plan live. We've always like, you know, done the grind. We're doing it every year. We, I mean, we barely ever take a year off or take some time off even record or whatever. You know, it's like, and so I think that that definitely is what keeps your brand alive and you alive is the people seeing you like every year consistently and not, you know, like, okay, we're gonna take. We're not going to tour for five years or Hyun end. And then come back, you know, I mean, it's like people forget really, really quick and the audiences our audiences like very mixed. You know, age wise as what we've been seeing. And I usually see more of it when we're playing bio south, you know, and I'm not saying Duff leper doesn't have a young audience too because they do and they, they usually, you know, were selling us in women's t shirts and so, but that's supposed to go along with their whole thing. You know forever, but we're having fun out here man and and keeping things alive. But it's interesting what you said. So my son is fifteen and he jammed though because he ended up going to hang out with his friends. But when this gig was first announced five months ago, he text me, dad, we gotta go see this show def, Leppard and journey. This is great. And this is a fifteen year old kid. Yes..

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