35 Burst results for "Shane"
Emilio Estevez on Why He Didn't Trade on the 'Sheen' Name
"I use the other than your dad talked about is how proud of you he was of you that you didn't ever, you kept your name. Which is his name. But he was saying, in his generation, like, I don't know if he would have been Martin Sheen if he'd had a Hispanic surname, but he, you know, he was proud of you that you well, you have to remember in 19 58. Yeah. But I don't remember it. But thank you. From a historical context, you, of course. I've heard of it. Yeah. Yeah. Okay. The Puerto Ricans were being blamed for everything in New York. And so my dad with his real name is Ramona stairs. And casting director said, dude, what? You don't look anything like you don't look Puerto Rican. And so he decided, hey, but even in 1979, 1980, when I started going out on auditions, casting directors and managers and agents here in this town would say, you know, you have to Shane name you should use it. You don't look Hispanic and my dad and I had that conversation. He said, don't make the same mistake I did. Yeah. What did you say? I made other mistakes. Was there any discussion between you and Charlie or your dad why he chose to keep it and you didn't or it just was personal decision? Charlotte takes shortcuts. Oh, what? Did I just do not use that clip to sell this? No. Do not Travis. I'm editing it out. God damn it, Travis, don't. Carlos estevez, you're not fooling anybody.
Dasha Burns: Fetterman Campaign Claims Victory in Debate Exchanges
"If John fetterman had an R behind his name, all you'd be hearing right now is the absolute catastrophe of a debate last night. Now, remember dasha burns the NBC reporter who a couple of weeks ago, dared to point out that fetterman has some major problems communicating and understanding communications? A fellow reporters went after her. Oh, he does just fine. He's fine. And nothing wrong with him. How dare you, dasha burns? Well, they got to her. Listen to the way she reported on the disastrous debate performance of John fetterman. This is this morning on NBC's Today Show. And Savannah is speaking to media after the debate, the fetterman spokesperson said the campaign was thrilled with his performance saying he won, quote, countless, exchanges against Oz, and we asked the Oscars. I mean, I got to stop it right there. Thrilled with his performance and he won countless exchanges with Oz, that would be exactly like me, Shane, ladies and gentlemen, up is down and down is up. 'cause there wasn't a single exchange that even in the, in your wildest imagination, you could say fetterman won.
What Is It to Be a Man? Professor Victor Davis Hanson Weighs In
"Is it to be a man? Let me just make it as succinct as possible. Perhaps you could share with us Hellenic conceptualizations of what other non negotiable aspects of being a true man. Well, first of all, there are certain innate responsibilities. And that is, I think, all of us to the degree you can perpetuate the species and that means marrying and if you can have children you do and you protect your family and whether you like it or not, the males role is to protect the family first and foremost. So if you're in your home and you hear a noise at night, you don't have your wife go out there while you stay in bed. Or if your children come home from school and they say they've been attacked on the bus, then you were the one that goes investigates that. So that's the first primary without security for the family. There's nothing. And that's the males point of view. And then the second thing I think is very important is that certain people have to speak up when the majority is wrong or when there's consensus. And that requires punishment or victimization or attacks on you, and it very important for an element of masculinity. The heroic tragic view is that no one's going to speak up, but I'm a man and it's my duty to do what's right. And that was the essential of all sophocles plays. In fact, it wasn't even necessarily male at sometimes. What was brilliant about sophocles? He transformed the male instinct to do that in an Ajax and put it in antigone. And you see it in the western with Shane or high noon, somebody has to stand up and stand down the posse. Some has to deal with leave more of an in the man who shot liberty balance. Somebody has to come in out of nowhere and deal with them with the bullies and Shane. And usually that's a solitary man, and that's the idea that no matter what your own circumstances, somebody has to stand up and take the punishment for being right.
Why Jason Pye Identifies as a 'Classical Liberal'
"Preface this conversation by saying, you know, Doug, you said a buzzword earlier that I was trying to get a word in, but you mentioned the term classical liberal. And that's largely how I identify my philosophical views these days is classical liberal, which is not modern liberalism, is actually more in tune and more in line with what the founding fathers believe and so I would refer to myself as a classical liberal. We don't have everybody heading to Wikipedia on this. Yes, we are. But which the modern day, the classical liberal and libertarian have been somewhat intertwined. I am not, I am no longer a member of the Libertarian Party. For precisely this reason. And it's because the Libertarian Party does not take itself seriously. And I'll get to just give me one to indulge me for a second here. Okay. There are two very good libertarian candidates who are running. And if I were still a registered voter in Georgia, I would vote for them. And one of those is Chase Oliver, who is the nominee for U.S. Senate. And the other one's Ryan Graham, who's running through lieutenant governor. Both very good guys, both very smart guys who are talking about issues from a classical liberal libertarian perspective that I tend to agree with. Shane hazel should not be in this race. If he had any dignity, he would drop out. And the reason reason for that is, is be precisely the things you said. He's belligerent. He says random stuff. He is not a serious candidate if his goal is to throw this into a runoff, then why are you running? And you're right. It's going to cost taxpayers in Georgia millions of dollars statewide. Because in these counties, some of these small counties who are already facing budget crunches are going to have to find the money to do a runoff and this is fundamentally my issue with libertarian candidates. They don't run to win. And because they can't win. And
AP Sports SummaryBrief at 1:01 a.m. EDT
"AP sports I'm David Schuster the weather is cooling down but baseball's postseason continues to heat up Three games were contested on Friday and we began to New York where the Cleveland guardians rallied for a four two victory over the Yankees are Tom Miriam has more The yanks jumped out to a quick two zero lead on Sean Carlos Stanton's two run first in the home or off Shane Bieber But Bieber settled down after that enabling Cleveland to tie it at two with runs in the fourth and 5th innings The latter on a med rosarios Homer The guardians then wanted in the tenth with two blue pits followed by Josh naylor's RBI double to send the series back to Cleveland all even More excited to go back as a team set it again on this plane ride and just kind of enjoy the moment enjoy the win today and then get locked back in tomorrow That series now moves to Cleveland for game three It was game three in Philadelphia where the Philly scored early and often they beat Atlanta 9 to one Michael Longo has the details Philadelphia took control of the game on a three run home run by Reese Hoskins That was later followed by a two run home run by Bryce Harper Harper drove in three runs for the films who are one win away from advancing to the national league championship series This is what it's all about We have an opportunity to clinch at home We have an opportunity to come out and hopefully strike first Aaron nola picked up a second postseason when Spencer strider took the loss And out in San Diego the Padres defeated the Dodgers two one they lead that series two one off the field sad news with the passing of Hall of Fame closer Bruce Sutter who succumbed to cancer at the age of 69 suter played for the cubs Cardinals and braves he was a 6 time all star a Cy Young award winner and won the World Series with St. Louis in 1982 To the NHL were Detroit shutout Montreal three zero Tampa Bay 5 two over Columbus Winnipeg four one over the rangers College football SMU defeated navy 40 to 34 and a couple of top ten matchup Saturday number three Alabama at number 6 Tennessee and number 5 Michigan hosting ten Penn State I'm David Shuster AP sports
Guardians rally past Yankees 4-2 in 10 innings, tie ALDS 1-1
"The guardian is not their ale divisional series with the Yankees at a game of peace with a four two victory in ten innings The yangs jumped out to a quick two zero lead on Giancarlo Stanton's two run first inning Homer off Shane Bieber But Bieber settled down after that enabling Cleveland to tie it at two with runs in the fourth and 5th innings the lateral amid Rosario's Homer The guardians then won it in the tenth with two blue pits followed by Josh naylor's RBI double to send the series back to Cleveland all even We're excited to go back as a team set it again on this plane ride and just kind of enjoy the moment and enjoy the win today and then get locked back in tomorrow Game three Saturday night Tom Arian New York
Guardians take WC opener as Ramírez homers, Bieber dominates
"The guardians take game one of their AL wild card series edging the rays two to one Shane Bieber earned the win for the guardians Bieber struck out 9 giving up just a 6th inning solo blast to Jose ciri and three hits over 7 and two thirds innings It was a hard fought win it was a dog fight like we expected Just a huge team win all around That was kind of how we expect to win ball games Clothes are a manual cloth they recorded the final four outs for the save Guardians third baseman José Ramírez answered Soto's Homer with a two run bomb in the bottom of that 6th inning which made a loser out of race starter Shane mcclanahan I'm Denny Capp
Ready or not: Guardians' kids set for playoff debut vs Rays
"The AL central champion guardians kick off Major League Baseball's postseason with a Friday matinee against the rays Cleveland made a brief playoff appearance in 2020 when the club was swept in the wild card round by the New York Yankees starting pitcher Shane Bieber is one of the few current guardians who were a part of that series He'll get the nod for game one It's a good team Plays in a tough division excited for the match up I know that they throw the ball extremely well So I expect some tight ball games Bieber faced the race twice the season striking out 14 while allowing 5 runs over 13 innings I'm Denny Capp
Bieber wins again as Guardians beat White Sox 4-2 for sweep
"The guardians have a firmer grip on the AL central lead following their 15th win and 18 games four two against the White Sox Shane Bieber is 12 and 8 after winning his fourth straight start allowing two runs in 7 hits over 7 and two thirds José Ramírez backed him with a pair of sacrifice flies and Stephen Quan provided an RBI triple losing pitcher Johnny cueto gave up all four runs and 8 hits while striking out three in the first 6 innings Cleveland is a season high 16 games over 500 and leads its division by 7 games The guardians can wrap up The Crown as early as Sunday I'm Dave ferry
Guardians beat Twins 7-6 in 15 innings, sweep doubleheader
"The guardians took a pair from the twins 5 one and 7 6 That gives Cleveland an 8 game winning streak against Minnesota and a four and a half game lead over the White Sox in the AL central In the opener Shane Bieber allowed a run in four hits over 8 innings I found myself kind of in cruise control in the middle innings there and made a mistake to walnut but all in all it was a good start to a double header He was backed by a José Ramírez home run The guardians made it a sweep when Austin hedges scored on an error by shortstop Jermaine palacios in the 15th inning I met Rosario had 6 RBIs in the twin Bill collecting four hits in each game I'm Dave ferry
Rays start 9 Latin American position players, rout Jays 11-0
"Yandy Diaz and Isaac paredes Homer and Shane mcclanahan went 5 innings as the raised demolished the Blue Jays 11 nothing at Rogers center Mclenna had coming off the 15 day injured list struck out 5 and gave up just three hits despite working his way through a 23 pitch first inning Felt like usually I can put it wherever I wanted I was struggling I was spiking fastballs I was home changeups I was I wasn't that wasn't doing a good job The wind keeps the razor half game back of Seattle and the Jays in the American League wild card race John let there be Toronto
Barack Obama: We're Better off With Biden Than With Trump
"How about Obama yesterday? Praising Biden, Shane, we're better off. Under Biden than we were, Donald Trump. Listen to this. You have guided us through some perilous times. You've built on and gone beyond. The work we all did together to expand healthcare, to fight climate change, to advance social justice and to promote economic fairness. Thanks to your decency and thanks to your strength, maybe most of all, thanks to your faith in our democracy and the American people. The country is better off than when you took office. Then we should all be deeply grateful for that. So thank you so much. He doesn't even believe that. You could hear it in his voice. He's reading the words on the tell. He doesn't even believe that. The country is better off than it was when you took office. Sure. And there's no secret Obama despises Joe Biden. He has no respect for him. Remember how they had to beg Obama to campaign for him? He can't stand Joe Biden. He has zero respect for Joe Biden. Joe Biden's been on the wrong side of every Joe Biden was the guy in the room with Obama that didn't want to take out Osama bin Laden. That's Joe Biden's claim to fame. The only guy and the Echelon of power that didn't want to take out Osama bin Laden when we did.
AP Sports SummaryBrief at 2:03 a.m. EDT
"AP's board time Josh rowntree we start in baseball where rain postponed one of the day's biggest games between the Yankees and twins But in Kansas City the guardians got a second straight victory more from correspondent Greg eklund Shane Bieber pitched 8 strong innings and gave up only four hits in the Cleveland guardians four one win over the Kansas City Royals Innings is the ultimate indicator of success The longer longer you pitch the probably probably the better you're doing So I'd say going deep into the ball game is the most important for me And probably the rest of the staff as well The only run off Bieber was a solo home run by Salvador Perez at a pitch that was outside the strike zone and the right handed Perez went to the opposite field A two run single by José Ramírez in the third gave the guardians the lead for good He has driven in 108 runs this year A big series in the AL east Baltimore got past Toronto 9 6 as the Orioles pulled to three and a half games behind the Blue Jays for the AL's final wild card spot The Cardinals topped the nationals four one Jose Quintana allowed a run over 5 innings as St. Louis leads the NL central now by 8 and a half games We need this wing really important to try this series and you know keep going The race At the U.S. open Caroline Garcia defeated 18 year old American coco golf 6 three 6 four to reach her first Grand Slam semifinal at age 28 The 17th seeded Garcia had lost both of her two previous matches against the 12th seed goth but stretched her winning streak to 13 matches In the NFL Mike Tomlin announced that Mitch trubisky will be the starting quarterback for the Pittsburgh Steelers in their season opener and Cincinnati with rookie Kenny Pickett the top back up And in college football the new AP poll is out with Georgia bypassing Ohio State for the number two spot Alabama remained the top team Josh rowntree AP sports
Bieber, Ramírez send AL Central-leading Guardians over KC
"Shane Bieber pitched 8 strong innings and gave up only four hits in the Cleveland guardians four one win over the Kansas City Royals Innings is the ultimate indicator of success The longer longer you pitch the probably probably the better you're doing so I'd say going deep into the ball game is the most important for me And probably the rest of the staff as well The only run off Bieber was a solo home run by Salvador Perez at a pitch that was outside the strike zone and the right handed Perez went to the opposite field A two run single by José Ramírez in the third gave the guardians the lead for good He has driven in 108 runs this year Greg iklin Kansas City
Cueto sharp for 8 2/3 innings, White Sox blank Guardians 2-0
"Johnny cueto worked into the 9th inning while leading the White Sox to a two zero shutout of the guardians Came within one out of a complete game allowing 5 hits and a walk while throwing 113 pitches Liam Hendricks got the final out to notch the save putting Chicago two and a half games behind the AL central leading guardians Jose Abreu opened the scoring in the 6th with an RBI double Cleveland starter Shane Bieber had his four start winning streak snapped allowing two runs on 5 hits over 6 and a third I'm Dave fairy
Massey sac fly in 10th gives Royals 3-2 win over Rays
"The royals earned a three two win over the rays on Michael Massey sacrifice fly in the tenth inning Massey drove in automatic runner Michael a Taylor who had moved to third on a grounder Bobby witt junior 16th film run put the royals up to nothing in the third against race starter Shane mcclanahan But Kansas City got only one other runner as far as second base until Taylor started there in the tenth Randy arose arena tied it with a two run single in the 6th Salvador Perez threw out Roman Quinn on an attempted steal of third in the tenth Scott Barlow got to win jaylen beaks was the loser I'm Dave ferry
"shane" Discussed on Gambling With an Edge
"Video polka dot com is the best place to play a lot of games. If you sign up for the gold membership 8 95 a month or 79 95 a year, this allows you to get correction on most of the games. The game of the week is good times pay. 6 to ten coins per line, random multipliers, but it's always a 100% bonus. At the south point, the best game is quarter triple play and issue, which is 7 50 per play. For social reasons, sometimes I like to play that game with my wife. We go dancing there to west winters on the weekends sometimes. And Bonnie is not a player at all, but it's triple play and multipliers and stuff, and so her touching the buttons while I tell her what to do and beggar, please don't hit the deal button until I say yes. It works out well for us. So good times pay. All right, so we're back with Shane 6 B are you mentioned that you started your bedding with arbitrage? Now, today you can get the arbitrage figures online at various sources. And so everybody would have the same arbitrage information. Does that make your job tougher? It seemed like it would. Yeah, definitely tougher. You know, I remember going to bat bash here recently and there was 6 groups of young kids that are all hungry and willing to work 16 hours a day every day. And they're all doing the same thing. I mean, you know, there's slight variations in what each group is doing, but I've just come across so many groups of really talented, smart, nice guys that are doing what we do and it's just only one person's going to get the line, right? If south point posts a bad line in some points of fantastic book, so they don't push a lot of bad lines. But let's say that they're a little slow to move the line. Only one group is going to go get that line. They're going to get hit on it. And they're going to move their line.
"shane" Discussed on Gambling With an Edge
"An edge. Now here are your hosts, bob dancer, and Richard munchkin. Good afternoon, welcome to gambling with an inch on bob dancer. And I'm Richard munchkin. Our guest today is sports better Shane sigsby. Shane, welcome to gambling with an edge. Thanks for having me. So your introduction to sports betting was actually you were a, you were a pretty good golfer in your day. Tell us about your golfing career. Yes, my grandpa got a golf club with my hands when I was probably 5 years old and at the time my family was living in Connecticut. So there wasn't a whole lot of golf being played, but when I was 12 years old, we relocated to Texas because of my dad's job and I just fell in love with golf and started playing started playing the game 300 to 350 days a year. Wow. And you know, I was playing other sports as well. I was playing baseball and basketball and stuff, but I wasn't very good at those and I got to be a decent at a young age at golf and then, you know, as I focused on it more and more, I got really good in my high school years. So golf is one of the best gambling games out there. I mean, for individuals, so did you start betting on golf early? Yeah, I plan some like wolf games and stuff growing up in Texas, but you know, I mean, at the time it felt like it was for a lot of money, but in reality I was winning an illusion maybe 20 bucks, 40 bucks as a 16 year old. But it was good. I mean, the best thing about gambling on golf as it replicates the pressure that you have in tournaments. So that's what I always enjoyed. You know, if you have an 8 footer that means something, it's way better replicating that pressure than if you didn't have anything on the line. Does having your experience as a competent player
Bieber wins 4th straight, Guardians beat Blue Jays 7-2
"Omega zero at three hits including a home run and Shane Bieber went 7 innings as Cleveland beat the Blue Jays 7 two at Rogers center Was Ariel hid his 8th shot of the season of Toronto starter and losing pitcher Kevin gausman for a one zero lead in the first Bieber gave up just two runs and struck out 6 to improve to 8 and 6 on the year We brought the right energy from the start offense got me a couple runs early You know I gave one back in the first but was able to settle in after that and kind of just taking the whole atmosphere The guardians and I won't prove to 8 and two in their last ten games John leatherbee Toronto
McClanahan stops 2-start skid, Rays beat Orioles 8-2
"Shane mcclanahan worked 6 innings in the rays moved back in front of the Orioles for the final ale wild card slot ripping Baltimore 8 to two Mcclanahan gave up two runs 7 hits and three walks striking out 5 to help the raise improved to 8 and 12 since the all star break The all star had dropped his previous two starts Jose Siri had three hits and scored three runs Taylor wells belted a two run Homer in the 8th DL hall losses major league debut tagged for 5 runs over three and two thirds The birds lost for just the third time in 11 games I'm Dave fairy
"shane" Discussed on Fix It 101
"Considerations that you think about? Wow, we are getting the weeds. I like it. So if you're talking about like a development, a lot of times, I think, trying to like look and see and what's hot, where's the knee at? Is there an aid for 2500 ft² houses or a need for 1800? So that it tends to make your builders speculators in a way. Going into a new area? Oh, yeah, if you're doing a development, you're speculating big time. Y'all absolutely. But with that being said, right now, you it's just like Shane said at the beginning of the show, when you purchase your lot, you go out there and put up a your builder sign. Chances are you are going to sell that before you ever before you ever do anything. Right. So right now, the market is weird. It's not usually like. It's not usually like that. We normally build them. We set on them for four, 6, 8 weeks or so. And we sell them. But now it's turned just the other way. Crazy. So what do you think, Shane? Well, I mean, I agree with JF on that. Going back to the neighborhoods and stuff. I mean, sometimes you're looking for a hole in the market like Coventry Coventry did really well. That's where I live and where I've built a lot of house. And just because they had three car garages. Right. That's amazing. That one extra car garage was what set that night for. Which on the road that Shane lives on, that's about the only neighborhood that has three car in it. That's what Tim waiver developed that. He was looking for a hole in the market. And he filled at home. Let me ask you, if that's building, if you're going to put up a two car garage and you decide to move three car garage, we're not talking about a super extra Spitz at that point because you've already building already building a garage. What Shane's talking about the lots and Coventry are a little bigger so you can do that. Oh, I got you. I got you. And the rest of the playing neighborhoods, the lots aren't big enough. I'm not saying you can't house as close together. Yeah. Well, you can't squeeze a three car in a corner like or something. You probably can, but his neighborhood is planned for that. Okay. All right, gotcha. Hey, we got a couple of calls on the line. First is coal and Jackson. It's got a door repair question. What's up, Cole? Hey, how are we all? Thanks for taking my call. Sure. You mentioned our four foot wide doors real quickly. And I wanted to ask about that. So I have a four foot wide door to the French door configuration. The previous owner of the home had a dog and the back of the door is just all scratched up. It's like Windows halfway down. And you can just tell where the dog was excited for his owner to come home, which is fine with me. We're in the mood. We're kind of in the middle of a question. Could I say, is it require customized hardware if I want to turn that same size? It's about four foot wide, now 8 foot tall, it's hard to talk. And I turn that into one door, or will I have to add hardware to support? Okay, so you have a double true double door. With a T astral in the middle. Correct. You're right. Shane, you've done a lot more of this than I have. I don't think you're going to make one door out of those two doors. Is it brick around the door? I believe it's stuck there. Stuck there in a wooden fixture. Okay. They point in the door. No, you don't join those two doors, you go. No, I thought that was his question. Can I turn these two doors into one door? Yeah. Did I replace with one solitude? He said, absolutely. You may have to get a custom door. Here's the thing they were stuck out. I mean, there's always going to be some work or something around it and stuck out it's a little bit harder to find people that know how to do that correctly. So you're going to have some expense of the door installation of the door and then some stucco work around that side of it too. Because if it's in brick, a lot of times it's super hard to get that arch to line up with an arch that you would be buying. 'cause you've got true half rounds, you got ellipticals, you got all kinds of different types of arches. And two, he's not going to get any more expensive with a four foot arch. Door. If it was square top, it's a little different, but the arch, you're going to pay for that look. That's one of the things go back to the other caller. What drives the cost of houses up? Arch top windows and arch top doors. Well, let me ask you call real quick. One last thing. Working coal go to find out where you can get this stuff. From creative windows and doors. Yeah. Okay. There are several contractors. Has that door? Okay. Good deal. There you go, Cole. Does that help? Okay. Thanks guys. That helps a lot. Thanks. All right, let's go quickly to John M mobiles, replacing valves in the bathroom, oh boy, how's it going, Josh? I'm pretty good, Jason. Thank you for taking my call. Can.
"shane" Discussed on Fix It 101
"I always would suggest replacing a halogen. I hate those things. All right, Andrews on the line of vicksburg has got a metal roof question. What's going on, Andrew? I had a metal roof put on my house about, I don't know, 5 years ago, 5 or 6 years ago. And the past year or two, like during a heavy wind storms, it sounds like it's making a noise. What kind of person should I call the chicken metal roof out? Quick question. What kind of noise? Like a banging noise? Yeah, I would thank Carla roof and get somebody out there to check. Make sure some screws are coming. How long ago did you put this in? Yeah, 5 to 6 years, yeah. Oh, okay. Yeah, okay. All right. Yeah, that just sounds like a couple of screws. Yeah, he's got some fasteners that backed out. Coming loose. But hey, we never recommend on this show for you to get up on your own roof, especially if it's metal. Yeah. I don't like getting all metal roofs myself. It's a long ways down to the ground. But yeah, I would think a garden variety roofer at this point could put down a couple of taps, call the screws and get that down. Would that be wearing tarot or installation or something? 5 years ago. 5 years is not a long time now. You know, eventually those rubber grommets are going to wear out. If it's that type now, if it's concealed fasteners, we didn't get when you get the full, if it's concealed fasteners, then you may want to call a true metal roofer. Right. If it's exposed fasteners, I think your regular handyman, your regular roofer. And what he's talking about with this rubber thing, if you see the screws that are used to hold on a metal roof, they have the small rubber gasket around the head of the screw. That is to make it watertight. If you know just like your windshield wipers, rubber doesn't last forever. It gets cracked and dry and that's a good thing about everybody uses impact drills to put those on now. The great thing about the impact is it can really tighten stuff down, the bad thing about the impact is exported to something down. It can just strip it right out. Right. Either that or they may have missed a laughing strip or something. Right. All right. Let's go ahead and take our first break of the hour. Today, it's an open topic show. Shane's here. We'll be sharing tips to JumpStart your spring maintenance around the house. If you've got a question, you want to join the show,.
"shane" Discussed on Before the Break
"Just do them and just have, I mean, as cliche as it sounds have fun with it, make big bold choices. Exactly. Like why the fuck? Exactly. And you know, without you know, you don't have the associate or director in the room with you, so you don't necessarily have notes. That's why I always send two or three tapes. Why the fuck not? There's not a note that doesn't say not to. And usually you go in, casting directors that I love. You go in, you do your interpretation of the scene and the character. And then they go, cool. We just wanted to see what you had now. What do you think about why don't you do blah blah blah and then they give you notes and they see the adjustment, right? So it's like when I do tapes at home, I'm like, I'm gonna do my first one as how I do it. And then the second one, it's what if I took it in this straight just to give them some options because I'm not gonna see these people in real life? Why the fuck not? Give them two or three that are all different. And they go, oh shit, now we have three. Oh. That's good advice though for people listening. If you do multiple takes, make sure they're different. Trap that sometimes we find ourselves is when they do ask for multiple takes and then I know sometimes it's easy to slip into your patterns of doing what you've practiced mentally or whatever. And then you send them to takes that are like insanely similar. I got to imagine casting directors are like, what the hell is this fantastic do with this? This is the same thing. Shane, what are real quick Shane? We'd like to ask advice that you would give to actors coming up. But I would actually like to quickly ask before that, what were the biggest kind of mistakes or a big mistake that you would have done kind of differently if you had the opportunity to go back to 21 and started it all again?.
"shane" Discussed on Before the Break
"Yeah. Shane, things stopped, right when you got here, right? Oh yeah. Yeah. So welcome. You know what's funny about that is like at the time, you know, always hindsight. I probably should have stayed in the southeast market a bit because of that momentum and how the southeast market was taken off of it. One, ten years ago, Georgia was like, I was right. It was bright before and had I stayed there with that momentum. Who knows what would have happened, but you know I came out here thinking because I had become kind of a bigger fish in that small pond that I was going to be the it was the momentum was just going to continue out here and didn't exactly happen like that. But I think that that's, you know, you're coming to the ocean. You know, I'm a minnow in the ocean and it takes a bit too learn how to swim out here. You know, it really does. It's just a different beast. And we say so many times on this show, you know, when you go to a new market, there is that time period where people literally don't know your face. So it's just that, you know, repetition of going to offices that keep bringing you in and planning those seeds and, you know, whether you book it or not, just show up, do good work and hope to God that even though you may not have gotten the role, they want to keep bringing you in and that they're rooting for you, especially when you're in a new market. And you know, they see thousands of faces to bring in. And if they just don't know you yet, and it's not like, oh, gotta bring Shane and he's so reliable. We love his work. He's been turning it out for two years. We haven't gotten him in anything, but maybe this will be the one..
"shane" Discussed on Driving Force Podcast
"And then you end up at the end of that with a home gym. It's been confirmed. 7 49 9 9 9 and 1499. Okay. And then maybe I'll just tack on to what Shane was talking about with the gear and the sort of specific components. But we didn't just slap an RPM on all this equipment. We put some pretty.
"shane" Discussed on You Made It Weird with Pete Holmes
"Chris. There were just talking about another comedian. I was like. I like him and he was like i don't like him and we broke it down and i was like oh i am higher status than than he is so he's below me. So that's comforting. I'm just talking about in the hierarchy of standup. Yeah i've done more stuff. So he's below me. He acts like he's above you. And then i go and he kisses my ass. It's like what is real. Is this to you. And he's this to me. Where is reality. It's just a warm cup. But what i find hopeful about that as you can just go like so. Let's stop taking it so seriously. My favorite study is the one where they come in. I've said it a million times. Sorry everybody but like they walk down a hallway and they make a poem out of magnets magnetic words and the people that had words like swift and fast and quick. Walk out of the experiment. Faster hot cup. this is called. I love this stuff. You start to see that we are part of something. We are not separate from the world. We think we are but everything is relationship including an emcee saying. Are you guys ready for a good time tonight. You can do better than that. We got a great show. I think it was so stupid to say shane. I hope you're having a beautiful day. But i am reminding you of the potential of a beautiful day. All the people listening to this while they're bagging groceries while they're working kitchen or whatever it might be and thinks it's stupid that they're not having any impact on humanity reality. You're having incredible. I was at. I say that because i was whole foods yesterday and the guy checking me invalid out said have the most beautiful day imaginable. No brush that's what he said and i laugh. I love that you. And as i walked out i felt and was reminded of the possibility i thought about my day. I started imagining just as you would like a positive thing. What is the best version of me taking my daughter to play with this boy right now. The other little kid oh engaged. I'm having fun that that would be a beautiful day. And i'm going to go for that because everything's hot cup these words you're listening to you and me and everyone listening. Is the hot cup that you're listening to one more example and i know you are to get it. I watched it. I've said it a million times but it had a profound impact on me. I spent the morning watching a youtube clip of of joe rogan's podcast. I watched clips of his show sometimes and it was. Just somebody being really kind of macho about a certain wasn't joe. It was the guest here and he was just like all you get out of my fucking faith food man. I for hours. Afterwards my attitude was like a step back reevaluate. How you talk to me. It was modeled for me. But that's why not this. Podcast is always nice but like i think it's nice to listen to things like this. This is why. I'm always reading books of certain vibration to get hippy. Because if i do. I have a better day. This is what meditation is is trying to set the palate in positive colors or open colors or spacious colors shameless. I have better watch. I'm coming into my yard. And you tell me i can't burn leaves. I've always loved my show so often the funniest man kirker laughing. That tough guys are always just telling you what you did you soon couch holding a microphone. You're still processing these. You're on your coach head. And tell me what i'm doing while i'm telling you what you're doing to so they can declare that it's not acceptable. I thought of a as you're saying that that was that was a beautiful little rant that you went on it was everything he said it was great. It was it made me think of. I was thinking about this on the way here. I noticed i have this peculiar. Someone asked me recently if i have any rituals and i'm like I don't think so. And i like recognize the importance of like forming good patterns. And you know rewarding positive behavior yourself blah blah blah. And then i realize i do. I have this odd thing that i do which is so. I can be like kind of cynical and skeptical person. I have this one. This one thing that i i'm turning discerning you tell the t. Guide shades crazy man. He'll go everts. Talk to the infinite void. And be like your in my. I don't buy it dude. About seventy thousand sun birds flying into your left. Australia like typical way of voiding. The subject god put it in quotes. No fear you're at the whim of something that can be like. Here's a chocolate syrup. Anima and you're like fine but nothing has been revealed the value. Save it for the deadheads man. So this is. I hope when i share this one or two listeners. We'll take this away and have this via thing that they integrate into their life. Strange when i sneeze Every time i sneeze. That's a reset. It's a new. Shane the shane before that. Cpi does not exist anymore. There is no longer that same new shane. Yeah have i been built by my past. Yes but it doesn't define when new opportunity with a sneeze because sneezes are fun unless they get messy can be embarrassing. You're in a social one of my spiderman. Excuse you're always hired a year. You're running away. But one out of one hundred leases. You're going home.
"shane" Discussed on That Sounds Fun with Annie F. Downs
"Season and so i- flipped that and said streams of trouble. never ceasing call for songs of laddis. Because i was in there in. I'm reading through psalm. Forty two this is. This is all happening in the same space. And i was just cry. I was reading. Some forty two is very helpful for me. Because it's i mean my worship. He caught me singing in the stairwell. You know it goes on and on and it. Was that kind of singing. Where are you breaker after breaker after crash after crash. It's that's what it feels like. You know but yet hope again. In christ and so some forty two is like the framing of it is really helpful and so This song it's kind of a mash up between come. Thou fount of every blessing tune my heart to sing your praise streams of trouble never ceasing conference on philanthropy. So it's kind of a match up between singing and for for those of us who aren't in that season where we feel like singing. There is still a song there and you can sing it and it might sound like complaint but it is in the song. Book of the bible is in the praise and worship and so your complaint will lead you to praise him entrust him and again. That's a d. That's a divine supernatural thing that got us and so it's not like we in those moments. It's like the loudest you don't know if you knew this but most people singing voice is the loudest thing they do. It's louder than shouting. I did not know that. And i am very loud. So this is worth us testing between my laugh and my yell and my same need to get a dvd out do it. You probably have when they're in your studio. Just just just do it and sing out and see but the loudest sound we can make some times as heart cry now that like oh where are you at in had these really sacred moments over the years in the hardest darkest rooms where complain leads to praise and it is just so dear How jesus in those places so a lot of songs on this record are kind of like moving into those themes. There's a song called song in the night there's a song called steadfast love lamentations three it. Just this is songs for people in those in that our. When i catch me singing what i want. The lord to know is that i'm always looking in his direction even if my heart isn't feeling great right. I mean that that's exactly what you're saying is we're allowed to say what we really feel inexperienced to guide and that that is worship it is. That's beautiful y'all okay. Listen you're welcome back anytime. Come on come on that their songs. We didn't get to some of my favorites. So i still got a list of my history that i'd like to go over with you at some point Listen i can't people to hear this album. If they have it they will link to. They'll be able to find it really easily download but the last question. We always ask because the show is called. That sounds fun e. n. b. Shane and shane tell me what sounds fun to you. Oh man i just wanna be in. The woods has got to be in the woods. What does that no cell fun new good. I want to be in the woods. I want to be like in a tree. Stand looking for an animal you know and maybe it's just watching it or maybe a shooting sure skin it and are we in hunting yet. Okay no no. No no no no seasons coming up in september. So you know. I know you're ready ready. I know you're ready for that. You can't wait is coming up season. do you still get into stanford up. No you just kind of stand on offense lonner church that or something but but still being in the woods. In my opinion it's still being in the woods and then dear season's coming up in october november which is also fun. Yeah really fun understand. Yeah yeah yes. That sounds fun to me. You know right. I love it. Yes if you it's fun to me man for those listening. I have four daughters and shane has three daughters. So that that's the answer to our women's ministry correct. So that's that's what we do and and we just bought this Pretty sweet pretty epic water bounce house at costco. That kind of sounds fun. Because i'm a little too big but if there were a big i've there were like a me size version of that. That's i mean. I'm so so looks it looks so awesome. Did girls love it. They love the do it all day. I mean i feel like you should give it a try. The worst happens you. He gives it a try. Yeah oh no no no no no. I've i've taken. He's all this guy's all in when it comes kid time he is out there on the ground he is doing it. I have been watching the show alone. Have you seen this now. Tell me more than i'm very interested. It's a show about ten people trying to make it somewhere. That's extreme like like northern. Alaska gets like forty below. They get to choose ten things but they have to be primitive things. Like there's no guns or compound bows or anything and you gotta make it up there alone by yourself. So we're watching all of them at the same time so it kind of switches to each one and they're filming themselves so they're alone they drop them off the helicopter and their lunch. They gotta make. They got to build house. They they figured out they got killed there alone. You drop them in this dream that that sounds like a good time to me. If i didn't if i didn't have five females at home i would. I think i would try to get on that show. Why watch this on netflix. Whereas this there is one episode on netflix..
"shane" Discussed on That Sounds Fun with Annie F. Downs
"An interesting thing that you could not have known is that we have had a little accidental psalm. Twenty three theme this year. The lord keeps bringing it back up. And everyone's hearing this on monday and on wednesday louis giglio's here talking about his new book and it is about twenty three so god is trying to say something to us this week. Komo i that is the holy spirit is not playing around with us this week. Are y'all going tour this record. Do we get to see all out and about. We were a little bit differently. These days we have. We have a team of people here in dallas. We have a thing called the worship initiative where we as an online resource use subscribe to it and we. We teach not just play songs but we try to wrap the songs at the churches. Sing singing in the word of god and so we do devotional and all kinds of stuff but really want the word of god to inform the things that we sing and so we're always trying to to put that truth in in someone's mouth even if like you might be singing a song and you might not even know that it's scripture. You might not even know that where it comes from and so we're trying to just inform inform people and worship leaders that men like you might be seeing you know blessed be your name but that is a rich in theology and scripture so we just wanna say this is where that comes from and and hopefully kind of reviving those those songs for for people who sing them often and so we spend a lot of our time with our team here in dallas. Doing those things creating resources for the church. And then as far as touring we do about fifty shows a year and so we kind of go in and out but you know for years. We were on the road close to two hundred fifty days. A year lived on a bus and and just went playing six days a week and usually had mondays off and we did that for for longer than longer than one should. And so but you know the lord has was gracious to sustain us and Through those years and we didn't know you know. Shane and i grew up. Kind kinda dumb kind of going off track here. But shane's pretty infamous about you'll ask him a question and he'll just say whatever he wants to great time i'm yup. I'm sorry i've been doing it for years. I'll let him continue but the answer is yes. I'm thankful out on the road played. Yeah we're gonna play play these songs out on road. Yes the answer's yes dot com. You can let me clear. Let me clarify now. You can you say you say tour. I think no we used to tour and now we do like a healthy amount of events. Now we're like yeah we're going to. That might be normal for everybody. But when you say tour. I think no sleep living on a bus with a bunch of stinky boys for hundreds of days in a row and so. We're not doing that but we are going to go out. We are going to sing these songs. We are going to tour this record. We are going to tour so the snot out of this record is we're we're gonna live on the road initiative album. Y'all put out this year. When i was on vacation a couple of weeks ago. I was spinning that thing. That catch me singing song. Yes so good. Yasha see me sitting by the water just tears just saying yeah lord win this season changes. Catch me singing. Don't catch sad. Don't catch me angry. Catch me singing and worship. Y'all do y'all doing some good work for the church. I mean i can't. I can't thank you for this new album. That comes out everybody's got can get now for a we just can't keep up with how much music y'all put out because he just keep giving us more and more and i'm really thankful it's a lot. We had a meeting yesterday. Tuesday and we will release one hundred three songs to streaming services in two thousand twenty one. Oh my gosh it. Can you believe that now. Three songs this year alone. So that's yeah that's a lot. It feels like a lot. That is really generous of y'all really that is so much music between worship initiative and chain and chain. Yep wow okay. I'm having a great time. But i also want to respect your time. Is there anything we didn't talk about. The you wanna make sure we cover something that came to mind when you talked about. Catch me singing. There's a song that has has been a blessing in a lot. I would say it's a common theme in this new record. Psalms of spiritual song songs of i was in the stairwell which is just right over this way. You guys can't see me point. See the eleven amazing space. But i spend most of my time. When i'm up here in a in a fire escape with cockroaches because it sounds epic when you sing and so i just write everything in there and i was. It's been a tough year and you'll hear some of that for my wife when she's on I was thinking of the old him. Come now found. I didn't grow up with him. And so every kind of knew him for me..
"shane" Discussed on That Sounds Fun with Annie F. Downs
"Two three in the morning. And he's sitting on the stage waiting for a check and when the lights came on in the bar the lights came on in his heart and he gave his life to christ right there on the stage and then drove moved out with his girlfriend broke up with the band. And then that's when we started to have this friendship is like. Was you know he'd grew up. He'd given his life to christ like one hundred times been baptized but it never happened right right and so we're like man. I just think shane your shine. I'm shane and you know we had a record way back then. Is this called soames. yes i have. Yes homes and it was just because that's all we literally that's all we knew is turned to the scripture and god tricked us because started to really help our lives And so colossians. Three sixteen says may the word of christ dwell richly. In you as you teach and admonish one. Another and all wisdom through singing psalms hymns and spiritual songs with gratefulness gum. So i think what's happening is the word of crisis dwelling richly innis and And so god just after that. It's like i don't have anything else to offer. I can't live by food alone. Like every word from your mouth is it's honey to my lips and so way back then we start not because we made a decision to but because there was no other path it just was. This is the first thought that came to mind. And god tricked into that. And then we never could go back to like hanging on the scriptures. And the in the psalms by god's grace for however many more years would just be in the scriptures in the psalms trying to wrap them in song so that the word of christ dwell richly us. I mean i'm going to show you. What a deep dive fan. I am that. I tried to play unto you on my guitar and it's impossible. If believe that. I've been around this time alert. You need to know. That is the hardest song i tried to play in my college apartment in two thousand and two or something. I mean like setting is amazing. I've been around you guys man so this new album just came out when everybody's here in this new album just came out so they can go listen to it. I mean to me. We all just talk for just a minute about what happens when we just play worship. That is in no matter where you are with your walk with god if you can just if you just put this album on in your house while you're cooking dinner or while. You're doing carpool or while you're working out like what what happens to us. It's that thing like you were saying about the word richly dwelling in. It's like what is that actually do for our lives. When worship is an as a part of the music in our homes for me it was probably a hundred times into singing some twenty-three just with a simple little melody. It was probably the hundredth time. Something happened to me like i had saying. The lord is my shepherd. I shall nah long and probably hundreds of times because i would sing it with my girls and we were testing it out or seeing it at church. We're singing concerts. You know this is before we even recorded it. All of a sudden something happens to me and this is really similar. This has happened with other people's songs that are playing in my kitchen. Or and my in the carpool but this one for me just just having it in on singing it. You know all of a sudden in my heart. I hear this voice. This is how it plays out for me. And i'm singing. The lord is my shepherd. I shall not and there's a new lyric that pops up all of a sudden it goes the lord is my shepherd all do want. Yeah so i have. I got a problem now. Because i can't say now i can't say that with integrity because i'm a professional one entire right data what i do say so. I have four daughters at home. I don't have to teach them how to want their ruthless. That's what they do. And i never grew out of that and i'm on a stage. I want that approval. And i want that bigger stage and i want more of what i already have. Just gimme a few more thousand bucks or another couple of weeks offer. I'm just a wonder and it was just a re up for me like a new diagnostic to look at my life and say god has put that eternity sized hole in every human right. We're we're all professional wonders. You can't turn it off. I mean we ate breakfast and we want lunch. It's like built dentis. That's it here. And so i went on this process of just the holy spirit dealing with me through psalm. Twenty three where. I ended up going. It's not it's i can't stop the wanting it's not the answer is not to not want. The answer is defined. What i'm wanting in the shepherd so my wanting is too. It's not too extreme. It's actually to dim that. I'm satisfied by trinkets and likes and follows and things and approval and or whatever it is for us but you can be satisfied in knowing. Christ jesus your lord. I mean paul said it right. He's almost quoted some twenty three verse. One i count all things. I had a huge resume. I had i was doing well. I count all things is rubbish trash compared to knowing the shepherd. Christ jesus my lord and and so. That's changed my marriage that moment. Because if i can wake up and i can remember like i wear the shirt most days it just a simple shirt just says i shall not want. I don't have. I want the tattoo. Courage oh you should get that tattoo and then you can wear different shirts. No that i didn't change my shirt. That's right and i just wanna remember. There is no next level for me today. I am absolutely free to.
"shane" Discussed on That Sounds Fun with Annie F. Downs
"Of those diamonds That make the heart shine or remind someone that he is close or our. I should be fixed on something else or when the world lets us down again or a person. Lets us down again. That we serve Someone who is so much more effective in satisfying those deep longings because we realize over and over again That those things can't be filled with the things that he's made you know. And whether you you realize that or you don't realize that you know that's divine thing if you realize why you're unsatisfied But we pray that people do realize whether unsatisfied and that there is So much life joy peace patience. All of these things are found. You know in the source in the sources him. And so yeah. We love that if our friends who haven't heard the word bride us like that before. Like when you're talking about worship you kind of describe who you're talking about in that story the people of god so i mean jesus always it's crazy because he says that we are the bride of christ if you are in jesus. He refers to us as his people as his bride. So if you have thrown your life on the finished work of jesus like you have said jesus you. I'm a center. And i need a savior in your the savior when that happens. You're part of the bride or god's people and tag on that like for those of you who that that sounds like weird language. It does sound like we're the the cool thing if you just look at the whole meta narrative of scripture. It feeds chapter five. you know. It's like the punchline of like oh this is why there's a groom and a bride on the earth and the reason why there is a there is a man and a woman a bride and a grim is to have a living parable of a groom a man who wholeheartedly and unconditionally pursues a bride and in fiji's chapter five. It says well. This marriage is a picture of god and his people his bride because he is the only one who's ever successfully unconditionally and wholeheartedly loved a bride. And it's a picture of of a man who will never leave you and never forsake you. And that's that's what marriage is supposed to be right. That's the covenant. Come what may life death sickness. i'm in and that covenant is because of his covenant and as mankind really bad at that covenant. If you just look at the statistics but god is one hundred percent. He's never brought somebody into the family. Adopted them in called them kid of his and left them and so that language that family language it really points to god. I feel the tension when you when you're when you're saying hey where his bride that i. That feels kind of weird. But it's so powerful because you know that's pointing to someone who is real and who has even set up this institution of marriage to to be a parable of who he is for us and then y'all this album psalms hymns and spiritual songs really. I mean it reminds me of fijian's five because that's what we're supposed to bring right and supposed to share y'all right so many beautiful songs around the psalms. I mean i. I have more scripture memorized because of all because what. You taught me to sing that. I've ever been able to memorize on my own. Why do you go to the psalms and put put music to it for us. That's what this new album is right. Yes it is and this. God tricked us for the wrong word. Say that you deceive me lawyer dead. So my roommate's asked me to play a concert in a field. I'm a business major. Who does intramural sports. Like you know and i had a. I had a crazy adventurous life with you. Know tons of different places and moves and and so. I didn't really even have a brain at this moment in my life and i knew four chords twenty worship songs. And that's but i never knew any other songs never even have thought about. Oh a band or a song. Somebody asked me about stairway to heaven i. I didn't even know what that meant or who that you know i'm like i don't even know what you mean. I don't even know what that means. you know. i knew. I knew a couple kenny. Rogers like the. I could sing the gambler to use a new song called gabrielle yet. Dopey the mosquito. Because that's what my dad saying. Every single day my dad spent a lotta time in mexico mining for gold with a pan and a gun. So that's backstory. i'm getting. I'm getting in the weeds. That's a great story right. Yeah there's there's a lot of goodness there so i just play this concert. I had to sing something and i didn't. I didn't have a grid for singing things or writing things. Didn't they used to sing the psalms. I think they sing psalms. And so i'm just. I'm just picking through the songbook the only song but that i know and then you know shane thing happened. That'll happen in real time. Which you know a couple of months after. He didn't tell you this but a couple months after i borrowed shane's guitar to play this concert. Yeah he was like an epic bar band like club band cover band. The lights came on in this club bar at.
"shane" Discussed on That Sounds Fun with Annie F. Downs
"I don't know how long time i don't know ten months and then i flew up. Talk to her dad. And then i you know we had the we had this evening and i did all the things and propose to her which that went real bad in the in her in her family. Not for her right but now nothing was like you know just airy and what if and all that. It's like this. This is i just want to marry. I don't want the draw. I just i just want and so. Eventually we waited. You know maybe another ten eleven months because her brother was getting married. You know in that season so we thought we would wait till that passed and and. I'm so glad that i'm married. This person almost fourteen years ago. Yeah if my fear of man would've stopped me. That would have been crying chain. Oh i can't wait to have her on and have her tell us her side of this to this is going to be a great two-parter on accident but i mean both stories are telling me for our friends that are listening that are married or single or parents or parents. Or wherever you are relational i mean both of you are just reminding me that guides story like if you give your life to god story he tells the story he does it whether you can't mess it up if he's doing it that's right. I mean 'cause. Shane and shane wouldn't exist without your story. E and and so it just feels like such an encouragement to me to remember that they got that scripture says jesus the author projector like are such beautiful stories of jesus being the author of all of this. There's so much safety in just surrender m- to the lord you know if we can wake up every morning and go you know god be my life. I don't have the goods to do the things. Just be my life live through me and that that is the process of sanctification growing in god right. It's not it's not just trying to figure it out and do all the right things and find all the right path. It's simply just surrender because we're never going to get better. Find the right path on our own. I mean his ways are about as high as the heavens are above the earth and his thoughts equally as high and so men surrender so hard. It feels like dying. You know like wh when when the bible says you know we need to take across dod yourself all that well. That's kind of what it feels like. It feels like dying. But it leads to life surrendering to him leads to life for sure so is good. Yeah i mean. I think to it just like he he. He's number our days. That's the thing you know. I think if we can remember that when the storms come or when the hard times come you know that man. He is working things out for the good of those who love him and are called according to his purposes. So it's like if we're called according to his purposes which we believe we are and we might talk about this in a minute if we if we get into the new album but like when the waves of trouble come you know. We trust that he is working something out you know and it's it is impossible the strength is divine now and i think he is. He is providing that mana daily and it takes it takes that daily going to the source and saying okay just like shane said i need. I need the strength today. I need them mercy for today when hard times come. And if they haven't come they're coming in we're gonna run up against it. It's just it's just impossible. It's promised that we will have trouble But we have a god who's overcome the world in so I think even those seasons. I mean those seasons were really hard for both. I mean this season with. Beth was really i mean. It was very hard for shane. And that was that was like one of the probably the second big crack in what the lord took back for his glory because it we had we had a lot of turmoil in that season it was probably the the second rift in what could have end end of what we do but the lord is so good at pulling us through if we're depending on him and so this good stuff beautiful. I think The day you and i met e this spring when we were at the same event i had probably in my whole forty one years ahead. Like the number. Two biggest surrender conversation with god. I've ever had that day and it has changed my life this year. I mean it was in march and it changed my life this year. And i've been walking with the like golfer for time and he's still will go. Hey there's one more thing. I want you to just like die to and you go like i thought we were done but we're just never done right. We're just never done. No we're not done. it's wild Okay so the new album. We're going to talk about the new album also before we do that. I've made a list of my lifetime favorite. Shane and shane songs. Can we can we. Can we talk on those for a minute. Yes because as. I told y'all if i don't cry as we're doing this i will be shot because of the impact as you telling me the story. I'm blown away at how. Shane and shane was built. And what you've been through because while yard living those stories you're also really actively a part of my life and part of my growth in my faith and so. I just need to know that i still sing vision of you from the pages album from two thousand seven about once a week it is. It is one of the most impactful songs. Does it ever think of that one anymore. Like how many of these disappear of your radar or as like vision abuse still on your radar at all. It's not division is cloudy. The vision gone. I lost the vision vision. Be very. you've been writing songs for fourteen years. I would say that. The prayer is very active. Still share in my life in fact a couple nights ago we were with some friends. And it's like you know if if you could have anything if you could have got answer any prayer it really for me. Any prayer like what. What would it be okay. Just god will do anything you want him to do. It is that that i would see him like my vision. I would just see simply see him as he is as he always has been. Because i i. I always feel so clouded and and we are we only dimly. You know on this on this side but yeah so. I think that the song the song remains in my prayer life. But we don't do anymore. 'cause there's been like a hundred thousand thousands of sunsets and i mean this must happen. You'll all the time though because y'all been doing music for twenty years right and and there are songs like that that have stuck to us and everybody has their own experience. What is it like for you on your side of this where there's an anti who comes up and goes i still cry when i vision of you from two thousand seven like. What is that like for y'all when song stick with people like that. I think it's awesome. It's it throws fuel on the fire to get into god's word and then try to craft sounds and you know whatever we do. We will sing. We'll sing ladies as long as we live. If that does exactly what you're saying when we look at the scriptures and seeing the truth of the scriptures. When i think of that song i i think of passages in scripture and so yeah i love that i think that is that is incredible and it's an encourages my heart. Just i have no business writing songs and singing. I just have. I just don't because of the my path my first twenty years of life has just gone just said. Here's the here's what i want you to do. I didn't want to do it. I didn't music has never been a passion. But if god with us me to encourage your heart anne in you know wherever you're at or a missionary on the walking trail to a to a tribe that's never heard the name of jesus than man that is just so cool in such an honor so as long as i live. I'll continue to do that in hopes that that would still happen. You know. I think we kind of realized early on not on i would say early on but later as we hear stories like that we feel like the lord is really uniquely placed us in in his plan to remind his bride of the truth of scripture. And so we kinda live with two main points in our head of like hopefully everything that you know kind of in the down line of what we do is singing the word and eliminating distractions and so we want we want the bride To be built up because you know. She's she threw. Jesus is the hope of the world you know and we feel like that's been our unique little niche in what we do is encouraging the bride and and reminding her of the trues that the word provides for life and that's in every season and It's such an incredible tool that we Sometimes miss and if we can put a melody around one.
"shane" Discussed on That Sounds Fun with Annie F. Downs
"When. I like i got saved in and then i found this girl of my dreams and like i was gonna do another job and all of these things were kinda lining up in the lord said. I've got a different route for you. And in really use kelly as the catalyst to like push me into a deeper walk with jesus and just i. I don't know where we would be. I mean chain probably wouldn't have happened if that that wouldn't happen so it was pretty crazy so many of us need to hear that the thing you're not getting is actually setting you up for the thing you're getting. I mean that is gospel stuff right there. It is and you know. Garth brooks nailed y. Which thing on asser pray as you know you saying that. You're like man but god i really like him you know but hey for real. He was doing something so it's good stuff so for a lot of us that are in my age bracket with y'all i'm forty one so i think i saw young concert. I was trying to back up. I think i saw y'all and four so we've been friends a longtime without y'all be at the same time you married someone that we knew back then as well bethany. Dillon was her name now then now her album. She's actually going to be on the pot as well which i'm very sorry about. Will you talk about how y'all met you tell story to just because it'd be unfair to only hear one. Shame love story when there's two stories. Yes beth came out on tour with us her. Her sister managed her. We were one of her first tours. She's kind of a freak show in that you know she. She wrote the majority of a record when she was twelve. Thirteen years old. And then that kind of made its way to nashville. And she got signed and then now now she's fifteen the records done and all the things and she's signed with the big record label and her and her sister came out onto her with us. And you know nothing happened. Then i spent a couple years in prison and then you got right with jesus. And that was our first encounter with bethany dillon. And we loved this family like they were very kindred and very alien and then kind of fast forward a two and a half years. She came out on tour with us again. And i had never had even the thought of this could be a thing you know. I haven't dated a. I mean we you know. From the time. I was twenty. One music surprised me got surprise me. That's a whole story and self. I have zero background in anything musical or spiritual and say yes so it was all just crazy and then and then it happened in a in a day at borrowed chains guitar. This is like pre saved shane. This guy named shane had a guitar plugged in. How are you all friends. Y'all just like ram with the same group. Yeah had a buddy who knew him. Yep and i played this concert and so from literally the first time. I ever sing a microphone. I did this for a living and so it was total left field. Like i can't even tell you how left field it is so i might as well be like an astronaut or something right now. We were just always out in on the road and i wasn't really into trying to like meet the merge girl or you know just a life was more trying to meet him though and and so now i'm twenty nine twenty nine thirty years old and we're on this. I'm pretty content. You know. I mean just to die. I'm going to enter. I'm just interject here for a second. We're really good friends with the chandler's you probably have met on here before. Yes at a live show. They were unwanted life shows. Yeah so matt. And lauren and shane and i like had a ministry together like early on and we thought he had the gift we yeah we thought he man this guy he just. He had the gift man. He's he's just going like paul he's just he doesn't care that we really thought that like that's not a joke because he never dated anybody. Yeah until this person a buddy of mine like planted a seed of man. You'd be crazy not to marry this person. And i'm like what i that's not even a possibility but there was like a seed planted. It was right before we went on tour. The second time and You know she would kind of came of age and we did this tour. Where you know touring unique like a tour buses that unique thing. There's not many places in the christian world where you can see. Somebody's life from like five thirty. Am 'til like midnight and the same like two hundred square feet. Yes for an extended amount of time. Yeah i see them every day. I mean you literally live. Yes yes that's right in months and that was just a unique thing for me to be able to just watch this person's life and so i knew that i got shot in the arm like it happened. Yeah i remember. She touched my arm. One time and i was just like oh i was just like what in the world is happening. And i'm going you know and we didn't. We didn't go on walks. We didn't you know there wasn't any thing like that. But there was there was like a kindred and and people were starting to kind of notice we you know we were talking a lot and so i was in a huge dilemma. You know because. I was terrified to pursue this person and she was terrified to say anything about how she felt about. Moore you scare because he also age difference or were you scared because your job. Or what is the scare. The scared was just sheer approval of man. So i knew that like everybody around me pointing again audio is pin. Pointed this guy everybody around me and we weren't like a mature place. I mean you know. We didn't have a church. We're gone all the time but everybody around me. When they found out that i had feelings for her. Where like you know very condemning in all of those ways. And so i was just alone and so i took like eight months of just going before the lord and just going. Am i willing to endure the pathway of pursuing this eighteen year old.
"shane" Discussed on That Sounds Fun with Annie F. Downs
"It just keeps happening. Doesn't it what are we supposed to learn. The lord's talking us also. Here is my conversation with my friends. Claimed bernard insane. Everett shannon chain. All right shane and shane welcome to that sounds fine. Thank you for having us. Good to believe in looking forward to this right here. We're our we made it. Don't lie to me. They'll they'll just telling me what i want to hear this is y'all know that i am the lucky one here. Y'all know how i feel. Come on know this. But we do fulltime women's ministry and so anytime we get to talk to another woman. It's good you know we we do we can. We can unpack that one but if not we can just leave that hanging now gale hanging but also i'm here for that and i don't do fulltime women ministry so we're gonna have we're gonna meet in the middle you're gonna bring your female audience. I'm gonna bring my male audience and we're just gonna. This is going to upgrade. Everything for us is going to be. Good is gonna be good both of your name. Shame one is e and one is b. Which is still rhyming. It's still very close. You guys twenty years of your life you just kind of introduce yourself so that our friends listening. We'll kind of memorize. What voice goes with which shane. Yes you go first. Yeah alphabetical okay. Yep this would be the shane be and you know we we choose a really original titles for things hence. The ban named shane and shane. So my last name is bernard so around here. If somebody wants my attention they usually just say be and if they want chains attention. His voice sounds like this. Hey my voice sounds like this and they would call him e they would say hey e but what's funny about that. This is shane e. So if you're if you're tuning in shane. E but when when i was my wife We have a long story about we dated. We broke up. She moved abroad. She came back. And when i w-. Shane and i had been traveling for a few years at this point and so when i would refer to myself when friends would call his shaney and she was so confused by that. Because she's like why are you calling yourself shaney. I'm not saying shaney. I'm saying shane pause e and she's like she was so confused but it but it was funny because don't call me shaney shape. Just call me annie shane. Any combs shameless. Got it my question now is tell me more about your wipe. Who broke up. She was like. I'm getting out of the country. Girl she pieced out. She's like i'm done with this. Where'd you move. She moved to paris france. But this is the thing and this was before you were disciple women so she. She didn't have the wisdom yet and so this is how it worked. I became a believer We had gone to high school together story. But but i had known her a long time. We dated she was at baylor. Am we dated for about eight and a half months. I was really really new in the faith. And she had been walking with lord for years and so she's like man. I was ready get married. Because i had never you know like even had any kind of relationship with a with a girl who feared the lord and so i was just like this is awesome. This is on marrying this girl is it and she's like i'm a sophomore. You need to slow your roll son. We are not. I am not ready for that. And i was ready for that and she was not. So she's like. I'm a break up with you and i'm like okay. And so i'm at her apartment like standing in like like right at the threshold of her front door and she standing on the inside of the apartment. I'm sound the outside and she had just like rudeness letters. She read it. She broke up with me and she's like and she had never said like i love you or anything like that but then she goes. Okay i love you. And then she shuts the door. Nah says i love you and then she shuts the door at us confusing ladies that. That's not okay. You know what i mean. And edgy moved to paris for two years two years two years. I can't not deal with this. And then she came back and she realized that she was aired in her ways. She calls and says she asked me to marry her. You're not and it worked out your lights. You'd tell me the whole truth right now. She call you and say mary me. Thank up right now. And i need the wives. That's what i was about switch. When she came back she came in hot. You know what i mean. She was like hey. I just want you to know i love you and you don't even have to respond to me and i'm like and and i was just like okay. Okay so i mean we have been broken up shannon. I've been living together on the road. Like just travel and doing our thing and then she's she was out of town and he comes back and we had hung out like four times and we we were dating. I mean she was gone like she was out of the picture. Had you dated other people dated another girl. Yeah were you dating the girl. When she came back no was not high. Praise the lord. I wasn't but no even better even better but anyway so she came back and we hung out for like a week and then and then that was in october and we were engaged in december and married in may so it was like we were on the fast track but she had me. She had me at hello. This is a good story for a lot of our friends listening. Only because when you tell it you say we broke up for two years. Two years is a very long time for our hearts it is. I mean in a solution. It's two words in our hearts as such a long time. Don't worry be we're getting to your love story too. Because i love that too know e tell me what was going on with you and the lord and that window of time. What do you do in that window of time. Did you think she was gone for good. Oh she was gone for good. I mean we lovingly referred to her as the k factor because the k kinda wrecked my life. Like would she when that happened. I was a new believer nine and a half months in to my walk with the lord ever felt like like loss like that before. Because i think you know you start like a relationship with somebody like in the context of a biblical life or like loving something like divine in another person. And so i think it was. It was very different than any relationship that had been in the past. And so i was so moved by by her faith in it encouraged me so much and so i think we had this. We definitely had a connection in knin Like i felt like the rug pulled out from under me and that was like shane his group of dudes. You know gotta of took me in and it was like they were kind of licking my wounds in. So i if she wouldn't have broke up like in that season. I can't was kind of for me like my journey. Thus far with the lord at that point there was the hardest thing that ever happened to me and then so chain and his group dudes took me in and then change like man. we're about to go to minneapolis. And i'm like do can get in a car. We talk come with this man. And that was the beginning of shane and shane like that was. That was kind of like the first trip. So i like dropped out of school. This is how i am bad. I was in a bad way. I dropped out of school with two weeks. Left in the semester domi- dean graduate graduate. No finished now. yes i did. But that was part of our pre premarital counseling. You're going to get your degree son. So i did followed orders but you know but that was like the beginning of like really a journey with the lord and depending on him..
"shane" Discussed on The Knowledge Project with Shane Parrish
"Isn't that hard knowing when to do it. It's really hard. You know having a sense of okay. If i go monday i get killed if i go wednesday with buffet. I make to shore or doing a deal or selling a business or waiting to larger going i. I think there's a sense of win that most good leaders have a perspective when they wait but they don't wait too long. Do you think that's intuition or is that something that you can learn like how. How do you navigate. When i think it's a function of information so some people need too much information. Some people say look. I have eighty percent of what i need. And that's enough so when i find the different people still information in different ways and and so you have enough information to make a decision and then you try to balance other social factors. Like if i don't move now what happens next and things like that and you have to balance those two things. I need to call it intuition. Because it sounds too squishy. But i think it's some combination of intellect curiosity that and just comfort in your own skin that there's not one thing you can do enough. He criticized so. You're not really in the game perfection. You're in the game of progress and particularly in a crisis. I see lots of leaders in crisis look for style points in sometimes style. Points are survival. You're breathing you made it till tomorrow. That's great rate. therefore he could criticize. It just doesn't matter that much strikes. Me that i mean you got to manage through three distinct crisis sees very few. Ceo's have ever done that especially about such a large company with such a long tenure. It strikes me that there's people that finger point during a crisis and there's people that do things and the overlap between those two groups is really small. I'm curious as to what you learned about leading in a crisis. What can companies take away from this today to prepare for future crises and do now good leaders absorbed fear and a crisis so they they absorb all the things going on but they don't point fingers they don't blame they just kind of soak it all in other able to keep a flexible point of view and what i call to troops which is great. Things can happen. Terrible things can happen and you need to kind of keep your mind open to both those things at the same time in a really a crisis. It's important for leaders to be great communicators. Wheth- is too much information. Which just enough. And then you want to be really observant to see who is with you so you know. In other words shane. I lived through the nine eleven in some people ran for the hills. And some people were steadfast. By the time i got to the financial crisis told people steadfast instead. Okay those of you run you. You're you're not on. The eighteenth being team is people that were steadfast during nine. Eleven because i know. I can trust them to kind of give me the the truth. So that's on one side. I think the other piece of your question which is a really good question and really important which is how do you pick up those risks. Really tell risks. That are really enterprise risks for the company and so one of the things that i i get concerned with. Is you know you pick up a an annual report for any company your ten k. or ten q. they'll have forty five risk factors right. You have forty five risk factors. You really have done I would much rather see a company listed here. The three biggest risk factors and make the ceo. Not the auditing firm. Not the cfo ceo. Right of letter to investors around those three risk factors. So if you think about you know think about the financial crisis what did we get wrong. We were too big an aggregate size. It wasn't that we were made a lot of toxic assets. It wasn't there were red lining risk and things like that. We were too big. We weren't asking the right question given the size of where we are that. That's one we could have done a better job on with co did..
"shane" Discussed on Photography Radio
"Well hello everyone and welcome to another podcast from frames magazine my name is scott olsen and today we are going old school and we are going deep into a really really wonderful type of photography. That's not practice very much anymore and really frankly when you see it. It's going to knock your socks off. We're talking with shane belkevich. Shane happens to live just a couple hours. West of me out here on the great plains of north america up north dakota chain that afternoon. How's everything out in the middle part of the state. good scott. thanks for having me on. We've got a little snow last night. Which was a very welcomed. Got a little snow over here. It's cold it's january is imagine about winner on the american that should be asked should be. You're absolutely right shane. You are just absolutely mesmerizing with the work. You're doing you do wet plate colin on photography. You do when one of the earliest styles of photography and admit you know. When i first heard about it i thought why in the world would anyone want to go through that amount of work for an image that i can do in my mirrorless. Dsl are very quickly. And then i realized how wrong. I was can't do that image and i certainly can't come up with a product that you've come up with so first question for people that that are familiar with the process. What is wet plate photography. What is the whole call it on process. Yeah so a wet plate clothing. Photography's invented by frederick scott archer in. He started working on about eighteen. Forty eight we believe in eighteen fifty one. He came out with a journal article in a scientific journal and presented it to the world. So what we're doing. I'm sure many of your listeners. Know about daguerreotype process which was invented by the declare. The frenchman About ten years. Before what plaguing frederick scott archer wanted to improve on that and This is what he came up with and the final product. And what your comment about why. You can't capture wet played in a modern a digital camera. Is that this is completely analog and the final images the images that i make. I an amber typist. That means i make my photographs on glass specifically for me black glass and these images are made out a pure silver on glass. And what's about silver silver does not degrade so these images that i have Have made over the last eight years of made a three eight hundred of them all by ten most most eight by ten black last amber types of they'll be here thousand years from now broken which which is not something you can save for princeton pigments in paintings and other things like that so the these are very archival images and i. it's just a very very romantic process. i was never photographer before. A two thousand twelve took my first exposure on october. Fourth never owned a camera. And i just find myself chasing this this historic process. It is really really interesting and we need to tell people that there is a movie out. There is called belkevich b. a. l. k. o. w. i t. s. c. h. on video. It's on amazon. Prime it is a documentary about you and your work and folks. You need to go there. You need to watch this film if you are in the any kind of photography. You need to do this but shane one of the things. That really intrigued me. Watching the film is that most of us that are in the photography files were making digital files. Or you know. We're coming up even if we're still dealing with old thirty five millimeter film or that kind of stuff Medium format film. You know we come up with a negative but then you know actual print is a temporary thing. You much more like a sculptor are making an object's this glass plate and it's not revisable you can't go back and tweak the highlights you can't go back and ask grain if you want. What is the appeal of making that object versus a kind of idea. We have to understand most web play. Cloudy and artists There was one here in bismarck. North dakota orlando scott gough. When he he was known for capturing the first ever photograph of sitting. Bull here bismarck. In the in this process that i practice and i i happen to capture ernie lapointe the great grandson. The city hundred thirty five years later in the same town in the same process but goth would have made a negative like you had said he would make a glass of so instead of putting his images onto black glass which you cannot contact with. He would have used clear glass. Clear glass as you insinuated. You can make multiple copies and you can enter. The final product in that scenario is a print. Because you want to be able to sell you know apprentice shayna print scott where wants to print you can make as many prints of these want is your business and it. Did you know good to have a one off plate because you and you know when you're talking about eighteen fifty one is no way of duplicate and they didn't have scanners and we couldn't do anything like that so you know. I think there's something very special about the the fact that these images are one offs and they can never be duplicated in they can never be replicated. When i make one of these images. I've for instance. I've dropped an image once and tried to go five minutes later. Ten minutes later tried to make this image with the same sitter the same camera. The same lenses saint chemistry. And i can never get back to that so if you look at this romantically. I'm not actually taking snapshots people actually making ten second movies. I'm still life movies. Because my exposures in my natural studio that i built here in bismarck. It's called nostalgic glassware plate studio the first one in in the country bill of the ground up and over a hundred years. I'm making ten second exposure. So there's heartbeats and there's blood flowing through the person there's a couple. Maybe a blinker to and what. I really love about this is. Maybe there's a thought so. I'm capturing thought on that piece of glass pure silver. That'll be here on.