36 Burst results for "Singles"

Fresh update on "singles" discussed on ACG - The Best Gaming Podcast

ACG - The Best Gaming Podcast

00:30 min | 45 min ago

Fresh update on "singles" discussed on ACG - The Best Gaming Podcast

"In and be like, dude, 'cause he's even said, I love to have two or three mysteries and then only do one and what's weird is I don't mind that, but when that's your only shtick, I know every movie you do as an M. Night Shyamalan. Like M. Night Shyamalan feels like M night you're just like, well, is anybody surprised that this is happening? So it would be cool to see. I get where you're coming from. By the way, shout out to lost, what was the name of that game? It was in French. It was lost. Or something like I had a really weird name, but it was a very good game, and it was a third person like puzzle game. It was like, yeah, based on the loss. You were one of the, you know, one of the side characters. Next up viewfinder looked phenomenal, man. Viewfinder, that's the one where you're using a viewfinder. And you're doing puzzles in the game world and like you're opening doors. I was like the whole time I was like, how did they program this? They're scared to shit out of me. I had to turn him down. Yeah, no, that was, yeah, that was yeah, I was very cool. Dude, look, and they never stopped throwing a different puzzle in. It was like, I never felt like, oh, this is the other, this is the puzzle. We saw earlier, but at a different angle, he was doing shit like the one time we went around some blinds that had the texture on it and once he lined a blinds up and opened a door behind in the other wall and I was like, playing with perspective, I love them. Yeah, escher shit, right? Yeah. I can't wait, man. That game probably was one of the highest. It just looked like not what I was expecting. It's nice to be surprised. You're like, oh, that's unique. Yeah. Yeah, for sure.

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The Left Is Not Interested in Finding Out the Truth

Dennis Prager Podcasts

01:07 min | 4 hrs ago

The Left Is Not Interested in Finding Out the Truth

"A rule that I recently brought to your attention, wrote a column, devoted a fireside chat to, how do you know who's telling the truth between left and right? The best single guideline I can offer is which side suppresses dissent. Which side censors? It is not always the case, but it is nearly always the case. That the liars censor others. Because liars can't handle whether it's in your family or it's in the nation can handle the people who say that's a lie. They have no response, except to further lie. If that is correct, and I can not see a single coherent argument against it, the left is the one that lies overwhelmingly.

Former Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey Lied About Shadow Banning

The Dan Bongino Show

02:00 min | 7 hrs ago

Former Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey Lied About Shadow Banning

"Dave Rubin treated to him all the way back in 2020 and he said Jack do you shadow ban based on political beliefs Simple yes or no we'll do Through the tweets right here for those of you watching Fox nation at home You can see it on rumble too If you watch a video version Jack replied back to Dave And at the end of 2020 ten 14 2020 No So now it's pretty clear at this point that obviously Jack when he said under oath when he said on the road in front of a congressional hearing that they don't shadow ban that he was resolutely gonna stick to this story no matter what Remember he said that in 2018 Jim you have that other audio right Do you know when this is from This is 2018 It was a CNN what it was the interviewer with you This is Jack Dorsey in 2018 on CNN So now we've got him in front of Congress under oath right hand in the air swearing to tell the truth the whole truth nothing but the truth mister Dorsey do you shadow ban no that's a lie I've got him now answering Dave Rubin on Twitter Do you shadow band a simple yes or no No The Rubin will come up he's going to be our gaslighter David We'll ask him about it Here's Dorsey again in 2018 In a media interview in case you're under some crazy you know delusional belief system that he's just making it up or misspeaking He says again he doesn't shadow band Check this out The president called you offer shadow banning What is the truth around that idea Look try to banning is a very widely defined term There's not one single definition So the definition that we found that seems to resonate with the most people is not amplifying particular messengers or if someone puts out a tweet hiding that tweet from everyone without that person who tweeted it knowing about it So but the real question behind the question is are we doing something according to political ideology of your points And we are not period We do not look at content with regards to political viewpoint or ideology We look at behavior

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Google, YouTube, and Twitter Cannot Name What Dan Bongino Did Wrong

The Dan Bongino Show

01:51 min | 7 hrs ago

Google, YouTube, and Twitter Cannot Name What Dan Bongino Did Wrong

"Read you another headline from our friend zork Pedro over at Daily Beast Here's zork And now Dan bongino gets booted from Google ads Which was just shortly after YouTube Banned us from the platform Google ads is a Google marketing kind of platform where they can sell ads on your website It's a nearly ubiquitous on the Internet If you're seeing an ad on a website there's probably upwards of a 60 to 70% chance That it's a Google Ad somewhere Well they banned us at bungeo dot com Why Well I just told you the real reason because I'm public enemy number one but the stated reason COVID misinformation on masks Again did we get an apology Nah So to stick it to Google ads I have another website on Geno report dot com which is a conservative alternative to the now lunatic drudge report And we ban Google ads from them And I've got to tell you ladies and gentlemen it costs us a good amount of money in the beginning but it turned out to be the greatest thing we ever did getting rid of these people and excise in Google from our lives The best thing we ever did Are you telling me this isn't all coordinated Somehow by wink or by nod or maybe by government people how is it that Google YouTube I get it YouTube is kind of a offshoot of Google I understand that But Google YouTube and Twitter all seem to have me on their target list You think this is all by mistake And that they had me on the target list and can't seem to indicate one single thing I did wrong in promoting what they call misinformation Says to me they were doing it for completely different reasons

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When Dan Bongino Was Wrongfully Banned by YouTube

The Dan Bongino Show

01:33 min | 7 hrs ago

When Dan Bongino Was Wrongfully Banned by YouTube

"Cocoa pinelli would email us from YouTube like hey buddy Really sorry but we're gonna screw you over because you're talking about masks or something I know cocoa pinelli's like some kind of like YouTube hack They throw out there to try and like kiss conservative asses after they I don't know but I was having none of it I basically told her to go pound sand So the thing is I got tired of YouTube And being that I didn't want to be on YouTube anymore because I was going to speak freely I became an equity holder in there competitor rumble And we've blown up since then So I decided I was going to leave YouTube because I was getting tired of cocoa pinelli and YouTube and the rest of them So I recorded a podcast that said why I'm leaving YouTube That was the last thing we put up on our YouTube channel YouTube looking for an excuse now to ban us permanently we add another clips channel that I really had very little to do with the production team does it My podcast was only snippets from it I guess they loaded a clip up there about why we were leaving And then YouTube can make some permanently banned We don't want this guy on a platform anymore and they cited COVID misinformation Hilariously they never cite one single piece of COVID misinformation that I was misinformed about And apparently someone later admitted I don't know who it was but someone later said that I was banned for masks for saying masks don't work Cloth and surgical mess which we now know according to the science They don't

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Democrats Kept the Senate Because Republicans Did Not Vote

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:48 min | 1 d ago

Democrats Kept the Senate Because Republicans Did Not Vote

"Feel like you think I'm letting you down when I say that we are destroying ourselves with the stubborn resistance to going to the polls. And we're paying a heavy price. There is no reason no reason that we lost Georgia. There's no reason that Biden gets to brag and he will that he's the first Democrat president in nearly a hundred years. Who didn't lose a single incumbent in the Senate. Not one. Did you know that? It's an 88 years. Since this has happened, red wave. Now, great things happened in places like California, New York, Oregon. We had plenty of Republican victories, but they've got the Senate. And they got the Senate because people stayed home. And I know the mindset. Again, these are friends of mine. People I respect. People I like. Who tell me things like, nope. I'm done voting. The corruption is deep within the Republican Party. I don't like the rhinos. We got to stop playing ball with the rhinos until we get rid of the rhinos. I'm not going to vote. And I'm sitting here thinking, well, how the heck do you think you're going to get rid of the rhinos if you don't vote? It doesn't make any sense.

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Ric Grenell Unpacks the Race for the RNC Chair

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:18 min | 2 d ago

Ric Grenell Unpacks the Race for the RNC Chair

"Joining us now is Rick grinnell to talk about how we need to fire the current Republican National Committee leadership. Unacceptable that in a year that should have been a red wave, we lost a net Senate seat. We barely won the house and we were humiliated in other races across the country. The terrific Rick grinell is here. Rick, welcome back to the program. Charlie, thanks for having me. Rick, what a morning. Yeah, it is. It's time for us to demand change. I don't understand people are somebody emailed us. They said Charlie, I think we need to keep the current RNC leadership the same. I say, really, you must love losing. I hate losing. I know you do too, Rick. I don't wanna normalize losing in the Republican Party. Who should lead the RNC given what we now know? Well, first of all, let me just say that I spoke to president Trump yesterday about this issue and he was going to let us know what his views were and who should lead the RNC. But really the discussion was all about, how do we make wholesale changes to the system that we're up against? Look, just look at act blue versus win read. We are getting incredibly beat when it comes to fundraising. I did, as you know, Charlie, I did a whole bunch of races across Nevada. Arizona helped in Wisconsin and Pennsylvania. I did so many races in every single time the Democrats would outraise us and they didn't even do fundraising. They just literally had this act blue raising them money. So the Democrats don't have to pick and choose between, do we go up on television and spend millions of dollars with ads and also a strategy to attack the other side with ads or do we have this well funded ground game where we go and we pay people to go door to door. But the Republican Party, I don't care what state you're in or wherever you are. Republican Party has traditionally relied on volunteers to do their get out the vote. Meanwhile, the Democrats had this built in union system. I know you do great work with the churches. I think that we're going to have to start mobilizing the troops that believe in what we do to do whatever they can legally,

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Rep. Scott Perry: Ronna McDaniel Needs to Raise Republican 'Portfolio'

ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes

01:32 min | 2 d ago

Rep. Scott Perry: Ronna McDaniel Needs to Raise Republican 'Portfolio'

"Listened to the conversation that you played. Look, Chuck Schumer has been wildly successful in the Senate and he's being rewarded for it. In the house, the Democrats, they exceeded their expectations. But let's look at the environment that we had to run. At every single level, there's really never been a more favorable environment in your lifetime to run as a Republican. Democrats over performed their expectations, what did they do? They changed their entire leadership team because it still wasn't enough. Now on our side, I guess we can't be bothered to listen what Albert Einstein said. He said, doing the same things and expecting different outcomes is the definition of insanity. So we have the same people under the same conditions doing the same things. And what do we think is going to change? I struggle with it. What we have to do quite honestly, Todd, I think, is divorce ourselves, this is business. So yes, we like Rana she's a nice lady. I'm not out here to trash her or anything like that. But we have to have results in corporations that were probably a lot of nice people there, but stockholders and shareholders demand results. They don't care if you're going to go golfing with them. What they care about is if you're going to increase the value of their portfolio because they invested in you and your company because they believed you were going to increase the value of their portfolio. Unfortunately, we haven't increased the value of our portfolio as far as I can tell.

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Julie Kelly: Deposition Released With FBI Agent Elvis Chan

The Dan Bongino Show

01:52 min | 2 d ago

Julie Kelly: Deposition Released With FBI Agent Elvis Chan

"Now last time I checked Julie the DNI the DHS and the FBI were operations within the federal government that sounds like a First Amendment issue to me and kind of a big deal It's a huge deal in Dan this morning I was posting screenshots of Elvis Chan's court order deposition that he gave last week in the civil lawsuit filed by the attorney generals of Missouri and Louisiana to expose this collude between the government and big tech This was not just run out of that San Francisco field office by Elvis Chan the so called cyber expert which he admitted is that FBI headquarters had basically a 24/7 every single day foreign interference alert system happening where they were in constant communication with social media companies demanding that they had staff available at any moment where they could flag them or contact them and have them remove content that the FBI had deemed part of foreign interference or misinformation have to materials et cetera So this is not just how this chant it was not just a handful of these agents which he said in this court deposition is that it was also happening at FBI headquarters So to your point the government was fully involved They were operating on an encrypted chat to these social media companies a lot of that information apparently has been scrubbed And Dan they were low key threatening social media companies either you say whatever material comes forward violates your terms of service for half to materials or we will file we will get a warrant We will get a seizure warrant on your platforms and force of the remove it That was the threat that seems to have been made to these companies

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The Left Has Managed to Cure Cognitive Dissonance!

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

02:11 min | 2 d ago

The Left Has Managed to Cure Cognitive Dissonance!

"The left has managed to cure cognitive dissonance. Haven't you noticed? For the past year or so, leftists have been monolithically pushing for war, war with Russia, war with Syria, or with China. Who could have thought that the party with a long historical record for being anti war could turn on a dime and suddenly become pit bulls for the military industrial complex. Think back on that long history, you have the anti war demonstrations of the 60s and the repeated chance of no blood for oil during the Bush presidencies. And speaking of no blood for oil, you have to admire how the left has gone from occupying Wall Street to being sycophants for Wall Street. Leftist is used to accuse companies of working for the man, but these days, it no longer matters how big and powerful these multinational corporations have become. In fact, the more ruthless and exploitative these corporations are, the more lefty fanboys seek for their approval. As long as these big corporations post a black square or indicate their for social justice, they're good in the eyes of the left. Even though many of these companies use labor from overseas, don't compensate their workers in the way left to say people should be compensated. In many of them receive tax breaks through loopholes because their friends with rich and powerful Democrats. Look at the Foxconn plan in China where the current spate of anti lockdown protests started. Foxconn provides chips for Apple, and Apple helps Beijing crush its detractors by disabling apps. And these same bleeding heart leftists love apple and its products. The latest iPhone is almost a necessity for every blue haired protester in America. That Apple is a literal oppressor, never enters into the equation. Not a single leftist experiences a microsecond of cognitive dissonance over these extreme and abrupt changes in attitude. What's their secret? Very likely it's being utterly devoid of principle or a cohesive worldview, guided by traditional norms of what's morally right and wrong. Many followers have left to some can't explain the cognitive dissonance, so they just ignore it. Standard leftist stuff.

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Did RINOs Protest Kari Lake?

The Officer Tatum Show

01:54 min | 3 d ago

Did RINOs Protest Kari Lake?

"One of my biggest frustrations because obviously the first frustration was the fact that these machines weren't working and I honestly believe in my whole heart. If you got a situation where you can verify that people's votes weren't counted because some of those votes were mixed in with counted ballots. If there's evidence of that, you can not certify an election. That bothers me, but then also the rhinos, I honestly believe I wonder how many rhinos that follow Doug ducey or follow Karen Taylor Rosen that decided not to vote as a protest against you and against Donald Trump. What's your thoughts on the rhinos or some of these establishment Republicans in Arizona? Well, we had so many independents and democratic Democrats voting for us. I mean, even the independence and Democrats have been stopping at me going, there's no way she won. We voted for you. So I believe that we did quite well with people who are establishment. You know, we agree on, as I said on the campaign trail, a 90, 95% of everything. And there may have been a few people who didn't vote for me. I still believe we won in a massive way. But, you know, the Democrats have figured out how to take every ballot out there and they make sure every single man woman and child and live and dead and whether anybody lives there or hasn't lived there and decades gets a ballot. And then they find a way to make sure those ballots make it into the ballot boxes that the drop boxes. And we play by putting out great candidates, great policy. They put out candidates who can't string a sentence together, candidates who don't have the courage to debate, candidates who have terrible policy, and they win by collecting up as many ballots as they can. We're doing it the principled way where we put out great candidates with great policies, and we try to get the voters to show up on election day. And they did that. They did that in a huge number. And what they did to stop us was to sabotage election day.

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Mark Meckler: Andy Biggs Spent Years Opposing Convention of States

Mark Levin

00:54 sec | 3 d ago

Mark Meckler: Andy Biggs Spent Years Opposing Convention of States

"They were ready to go and one man blocks it And then he also writes this screed the Khan of the Khan khans Which is basically what the radical left says about convention of states and that aspect of our constitution is it not Oh it's identical In fact you could lay his book over the book that was just released by Russ feingold the former socialist senator from Wisconsin who wrote a book attacking convention of states I literally he and Andy Biggs could sit down over a cup of coffee or tea or whatever and they could compare notes and they are in total agreement And so I got to ask anybody who's a conservative that looks at Andy Biggs How can you align yourself with a man and you want to be speaker when on this issue he is perfectly aligned with every single radical leftist communist America hating baby killing group in the United States of America

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Jim Hanson and Will Chamberlain Are About to Fix the Internet

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:01 min | 3 d ago

Jim Hanson and Will Chamberlain Are About to Fix the Internet

"And I senior counsel of the Internet accountability project are about to fix online content and all of it. So will we got like 5 minutes? Here we go. I think that there's an opportunity now to break the monopoly to the left has had on our information space because not just a Twitter files, which were anticlimactic, I think, on purpose. I think Elon held a lot back. But there's plenty of evidence and more will come out that the government has been colluding with tech and the left and the media to shut down ideas they want. So I think we're going to have an opportunity to fix that and to change that. So I won't just curious. Aside from now having a free zone in Twitter, what else can we do to try and force the leveling of the playing field? So I think the big change now you want to approach regulation is that before Elon bought Twitter, you kind of wanted to use every single tool at your disposal and whether or not they hurt the companies really badly or didn't provide as much benefit as they could have. It didn't matter. You just a hammer wasn't appropriate tool to deal with the fact that the entirety of big tech was arrayed against the conservative movement. And just take a section two 30 reform, for example, it's kind of a blunt instrument to use against big tech. But now we're in a unique situation where all of a sudden we have one of the big tech companies and not just a big one, maybe perhaps the most societally consequential one in Twitter. You can argue in my view compellingly that everything that appears on Facebook, Instagram, YouTube. It's usually derivative of what happens on Twitter because that's where the sort of public debate has had and resolved before people generate content on those other platforms. So we need to kind of look at regulation a little differently with more of a scalpel than a hammer. And so you're trying to find ways to still go after companies like Facebook and Google. And Instagram and TikTok and companies like that while making sure that Twitter isn't you're not opening up Twitter to severe litigation, which obviously the left would want to do now.

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Charlie and Congressman Andy Biggs Discuss the Speakership Race

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:19 min | 3 d ago

Charlie and Congressman Andy Biggs Discuss the Speakership Race

"Joining us now, someone I have a great deal of respect for. I think I agree on every single major policy topic with. However, I do have some current concerns that I hope we can work out here about the strategy for the selection of speaker, the house, Andy Biggs, joins us right now from Arizona. Andy, welcome to the program floor is yours. Tell us what is your perspective and the strategy and the plan going into one three, which is where we're going. You will be participating in selecting a Speaker of the House. Yeah, Charlie, what's going to happen is Kevin McCarthy doesn't have the votes now. He's not going to get them by January 3rd. He's going to offer up anything he can think of to try to get those votes. And then on January 3rd, he won't get the votes and then we'll move into conference and we will find it more consensus a convivial candidate that we can support. And we'll go out and elect them to be Speaker of the House. That's the short end of it. That's a short way of explaining it. Okay, so, but who would that who would that person potentially be? I know you and I talked about this privately, but a danger concern I have is that sounds like it's going to be a circus. Well, Charlie, I am not afraid of a circus, and I don't think you are either. And also not afraid of a little bit of chaos to get to get this all cleared out and get somebody who's not an establishment type candidate. I'll give you some names that I think that might actually might work. So my name is in the mix, okay? But you also have people like a Jim Jordan. You have a person like Mike Johnson of Louisiana. You have several other people. You might even have somebody come forward, maybe Steve scalise says well, and it should be me. You actually have people in a conference, Charlie, who are very, very accomplished. Now, you have maybe not everybody's as accomplished as others, but there are some who are tremendous leaders, tremendously accomplished who have reflected conservative conscience or the conservative center of the Republican conference. And they would be available. They would come through. They probably some of them aren't going to actually even put their name out there. Would never even think of putting their name out there unless it's demonstrated to them that Kevin doesn't really have the votes. So

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Jones' career-high 28 points lead Grizzlies past Heat 101-93

AP News Radio

00:38 sec | 3 d ago

Jones' career-high 28 points lead Grizzlies past Heat 101-93

"The grizzlies did not have John morant in 6 other players, but they did have tyus Jones who led Memphis to a one O one 93 victory over the Miami Heat. Jones starting for the injured Moran scored a career high 28 points while dishing out ten assists with only one turnover. We're all in this together. You never know how things can shake up. And guys got to be ready when their name is called. So we prepare like that every single day. And then again, nice like tonight. Our reasons why. The game was tied at 75 with just over two minutes left in the third quarter when Jones had a floater that gave the grizzlies the lead for good. Tyler hero led the heat with 23 points and 13 rebounds. I'm Tom.

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The latest in sports

AP News Radio

02:00 min | 3 d ago

The latest in sports

"AP sports I'm Josh rowntree and other comeback win for Tom Brady this time on Monday Night Football. More from correspondent to any cap. Tom Brady hits Rashad white on a 6 yard touchdown pass with three seconds left to help the Buccaneers edge the saints 1716, Brady and the bucks overcame a 13 point fourth quarter deficit to improve to an NFC south by 6 and 6, a game and a half clear of the falcons. Yeah, it was good, you know? We got a lot of games coming down to the end and some we won some we've lost, which is why we're 6 and 6. So not where we want to be, but we'll keep fighting. The touchdown with three seconds left was the latest game winner in Brady's 23 year career and the second 13 point fourth quarter comeback with the other being the Patriots infamous Super Bowl 50 win over the falcons. In the NBA, Boston got by Toronto one 16 one ten Jayson Tatum had a game high 31 points, but tipped his cap to some of his new teammates for their help in the win. We got some new guys on the team this year, but they're great guys, great teammates. Guys are really smart. That fit in perfectly. And we all just compliment each other. Memphis got by Miami one O one 93 as tyus Jones had 28 points and ten boards. We're all in this together. You never know how things can shake up. And guys got to be ready when their name is called. So we prepare like that every single day. And then again, nice like tonight. Our reasons why. On the ice Vegas got by Boston and they shoot out four three as golden knights coach Bruce Cassidy beat his former team 6 months after being fired by Boston. Something that'll get choked up about, obviously, probably in about three seconds. But like I said, I appreciate it. It's that simple. I appreciate it. You know, I do what I could here to help the team win. Now it's on to Vegas and what I can there. And some major reported signings in baseball's free agency, Justin Verlander to the mets on a two year deal worth over 43 million per season and Trey Turner to Philly on an 11 year $300 million deal. I'm Josh rowntree AP sports.

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Rave Review of 'Funny Girl' on Broadway

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:15 min | 4 d ago

Rave Review of 'Funny Girl' on Broadway

"You know one of my passions, I love theater. I'm real proud of Yuri, who went and saw Broadway show last week, was telling me all about it. Maybe my theater influence is spreading around team Gallagher. I am in New York for the big Salem New York Christmas party today. And I saw production that is theater heaven. I went to the Saturday matinee a funny girl over at the August Wilson theater, Lea Michele plays the role of fanny Bryce. It's the single greatest theatrical performance I've ever seen. And believe you me, I've seen them all. You know me, I go to the I go to shows all the time. I'm a frustrated actor. I love to perform. But to see an artist like Lea Michele, you may know her from the TV show glee, she's accomplished musical theater, actress. She's been performing on Broadway since she was a little girl. She was in the original production of ragtime. I saw that. She was a little girl. She grew up and became this big TV star, and now she's killing it. As Fannie Bryce, 7 times a week, in funny girl. Yes, she takes off Thursdays. There's an understood. It's a tough role.

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Don Lemon's Quest for Clicks

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

01:45 min | 4 d ago

Don Lemon's Quest for Clicks

"When you set up the interview with CNN, did they tell you because it was a disaster, it was a complete meltdown by Don. I've been on the receiving end of that before. Where he gets spun up in wanting an answer and thinks it's a drama and needs a viral moment and wants to get ratings. What was the setup? Did they tell you that that's what it was going to be? And you said, yes, or were you surprised by Don lemons approach to you? No, you know, as you know, their producers call you the night before and kind of talk about your take on whatever it is that you want to talk about. So the producer was very nice and probably haven't said, yeah, we're going to talk about Trump's dinner at Mar-a-Lago and it's fine. I gave him two cents about it. I asked him, you know, is there any other topic there? I should plan on covering and he basically said no, that's what we're going to talk about. So I knew I was walking in. Into a topic that was hot. And. It was professional. I didn't get my too well. Okay, that's the key thing. What would professionalism in that situation look like to lend cortisol, who's an advertising executive and a veteran of the State Department? Well, the very basic part of that formula is allowing your guests to finish your answer. I spent about ten minutes trying to finish a single thought because Donald lemon, which is jumped in and imposed his rules on what it is and what it is that I couldn't say. And second, I started answering some things that he wasn't expecting, then he would interrupt me and try and impose his answer on it.

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Airplane crash in Gulf of Mexico leaves 2 dead, 1 missing

AP News Radio

00:51 sec | 4 d ago

Airplane crash in Gulf of Mexico leaves 2 dead, 1 missing

"Two people are confirmed dead and authorities are searching for a third person after a private plane crashed into the Gulf of Mexico off the Florida coast. The plane crash happened Saturday night, but a search for the rented single engine piper Cherokee didn't begin until around 10 a.m. Sunday, when the plane had not returned to the airport where it had left in St. Petersburg, Florida, a spokesperson in Venice, Florida says recreational boaters found the body of a woman floating about two and a half miles west of the Venice shore, and divers from the Sarasota county sheriff's office located the plains wreckage, about a third of a mile off shore, directly west of the Venice airport, the body of a girl was found in the plains passenger area, and rescuers are searching for a third person, believed to be a man who was either the pilot or a passenger. I'm Donna water

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"singles" Discussed on Your Daily Prayer

Your Daily Prayer

04:36 min | 2 weeks ago

"singles" Discussed on Your Daily Prayer

"A prayer for singles by Emma dancy. First Corinthians, 7 verse 8 says, now to the unmarried in the widows I say, it is good for them to stay unmarried aside to. Singleness can often get a negative reputation among the Christian community. This is never something that is told to us by God. However, people love to create clicks and form ideals that unfortunately can leave others wondering where they fit in. And first Corinthians Paul reminds us that it is actually good to stay unmarried. First Corinthians, 7 verses 32 through 35 expands on this. I would like you to be free from concern and unmarried man is concerned about the lord's affairs. How he can please a lord, but a married man is concerned about the affairs of this world, how he completes his wife. And his interests are divided. An unmarried woman or virgin is concerned about the lord's affairs. Her aim is to be devoted to the lord in both body and spirit. But a married woman is concerned about the affairs of this world. How she can place her husband. I am saying this for your own good. Not to restrict you, but that you may live in a right way, an undivided devotion to the lord. These verses are to be an encouragement that if you are single, the hive is not frowning on you today. He is applauding you and motivating you to keep this beautiful, undivided attention on him. You can be fully devoted to the lord in a way that a married person can not. Today, as we pray over singles, may we remember that they have a beautiful purpose in God's kingdom. Let's pray. Father, we praise you for singles. We thank you for those who have full devotion and focus on you and your gospel. We ask that you would give them strength today to see you in the midst of their situations. Would you please help them to find great delight and joy in you? Prevent them from comparison. Protect them from the lies of the enemy that would cause them to feel discouraged in this calling that you have for them. Reveal to them the beautiful blessings each day as they serve you where they are. Jesus bless singles with community among the church and Christian circles. Help them to feel greatly desired and wanted, show them that they have a valuable place among your kingdom. Help them to not be ashamed, but to know that they are honored today. We pray for those who are called to singleness, whether for a season or for life, who do not want to be. Would you remind them as the great purposes you have for them in this? Would you gently catch their tears in your bottle today? Would you speak the truth of your word? And help them combat the attacks from the enemy. Jesus showed them that you have reasons beyond what they temporarily see for your sovereign plan. And for people to know you as savior and lord. Use them to spread the gospel in unique ways. Help them to know how to use their time wisely. We pray for those who are called to singleness for life. Would you give them the vision and the goals to be excited about this leading? Would you provide family structures and ways for them to invest in the next generation? Give them meaning, give them purpose and give them hope. The hide them by your Holy Spirit. Speak life into them daily. Help them never to isolate and become an island. Reminded them of their design to be in community whatever that might look like for them. We pray that all singles would know how wide, long, high and deep is your love. Give them a miraculous taste of your presence in closeness, even when they might feel lonely. Remind them of how abundant of a life they have because you are their savior, and you have redeemed them. Give them a fresh fire to spread this beautiful message of the gospel with the world and to embrace your calling in their lives. May singles and all people remember to.

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"singles" Discussed on Your Daily Prayer

Your Daily Prayer

04:36 min | 2 weeks ago

"singles" Discussed on Your Daily Prayer

"A prayer for singles by Emma dancy. First Corinthians, 7 verse 8 says, now to the unmarried in the widows I say, it is good for them to stay unmarried aside to. Singleness can often get a negative reputation among the Christian community. This is never something that is told to us by God. However, people love to create clicks and form ideals that unfortunately can leave others wondering where they fit in. And first Corinthians Paul reminds us that it is actually good to stay unmarried. First Corinthians, 7 verses 32 through 35 expands on this. I would like you to be free from concern and unmarried man is concerned about the lord's affairs. How he can please a lord, but a married man is concerned about the affairs of this world, how he completes his wife. And his interests are divided. An unmarried woman or virgin is concerned about the lord's affairs. Her aim is to be devoted to the lord in both body and spirit. But a married woman is concerned about the affairs of this world. How she can place her husband. I am saying this for your own good. Not to restrict you, but that you may live in a right way, an undivided devotion to the lord. These verses are to be an encouragement that if you are single, the hive is not frowning on you today. He is applauding you and motivating you to keep this beautiful, undivided attention on him. You can be fully devoted to the lord in a way that a married person can not. Today, as we pray over singles, may we remember that they have a beautiful purpose in God's kingdom. Let's pray. Father, we praise you for singles. We thank you for those who have full devotion and focus on you and your gospel. We ask that you would give them strength today to see you in the midst of their situations. Would you please help them to find great delight and joy in you? Prevent them from comparison. Protect them from the lies of the enemy that would cause them to feel discouraged in this calling that you have for them. Reveal to them the beautiful blessings each day as they serve you where they are. Jesus bless singles with community among the church and Christian circles. Help them to feel greatly desired and wanted, show them that they have a valuable place among your kingdom. Help them to not be ashamed, but to know that they are honored today. We pray for those who are called to singleness, whether for a season or for life, who do not want to be. Would you remind them as the great purposes you have for them in this? Would you gently catch their tears in your bottle today? Would you speak the truth of your word? And help them combat the attacks from the enemy. Jesus showed them that you have reasons beyond what they temporarily see for your sovereign plan. And for people to know you as savior and lord. Use them to spread the gospel in unique ways. Help them to know how to use their time wisely. We pray for those who are called to singleness for life. Would you give them the vision and the goals to be excited about this leading? Would you provide family structures and ways for them to invest in the next generation? Give them meaning, give them purpose and give them hope. The hide them by your Holy Spirit. Speak life into them daily. Help them never to isolate and become an island. Reminded them of their design to be in community whatever that might look like for them. We pray that all singles would know how wide, long, high and deep is your love. Give them a miraculous taste of your presence in closeness, even when they might feel lonely. Remind them of how abundant of a life they have because you are their savior, and you have redeemed them. Give them a fresh fire to spread this beautiful message of the gospel with the world and to embrace your calling in their lives. May singles and all people remember to.

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"singles" Discussed on All Songs Considered

All Songs Considered

02:23 min | 1 year ago

"singles" Discussed on All Songs Considered

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"singles" Discussed on All Songs Considered

All Songs Considered

03:17 min | 1 year ago

"singles" Discussed on All Songs Considered

"Give me your lips. Because I couldn't hear you look good you can hear your physical. Thinking you're not going to close it. Give me your love goodness. Again speed up this yellow. Mountain. Speed of this yellow. Okay, Rihanna, what do you got? I listened to a lot of pop music and I think this year was a really big year for Pablo guitar who is a Brazilian drag queen superstar. This year kind of saw her shift into more sort of mainstream attention worldwide outside of Brazil after being sort of in the underground pop.

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"singles" Discussed on All Songs Considered

All Songs Considered

04:19 min | 1 year ago

"singles" Discussed on All Songs Considered

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"singles" Discussed on All Songs Considered

All Songs Considered

05:34 min | 1 year ago

"singles" Discussed on All Songs Considered

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"singles" Discussed on The Angry Therapist Podcast

The Angry Therapist Podcast

04:46 min | 1 year ago

"singles" Discussed on The Angry Therapist Podcast

"That category or those categories, those are all good busies. So if you take my example, the long stretch of singlehood, I've been single many times. I think it was like four to 5 years after my divorce, I got really busy and I would say, I mean, there were some bad busy, but I had mostly good busy. The big chunks of my good busy was writing. I started a blog and I just put my head down. I wrote every single day, you know? That definitely gave me clarity, connected me to me. It made me think about process and think about a lot of things that were happening internally. A good busy for me was finding functional fitness and you know, I did my first squad at 35. So in high school and even in my 20s, I was just a guy that would go to the gym and do bicep curls and some chest and I never did legs. Look like a pigeon. Anyway, moving for function and I got obsessed with that and I would at least take one class a day. A good busy was helping other people. You know, I got obsessed with trying to help people in unconventional ways in different ways, ways that felt honest to me, meeting people at the park. I did see a couple sessions at the Lake. They would just bring up blanket and we would sit at the Lake and it was amazing. The atmosphere of being outside the office, I think gave a lot of my clients a new experience and it didn't seem so stuffy. I would take them on hikes and I thought if we're gonna talk about life let's do life while we're talking. So all of that was good busy. And it all gave me a cape..

"singles" Discussed on TIME's Top Stories

TIME's Top Stories

03:22 min | 1 year ago

"singles" Discussed on TIME's Top Stories

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"singles" Discussed on The Mini-Break

The Mini-Break

04:11 min | 1 year ago

"singles" Discussed on The Mini-Break

"Do we really think we're going to get all four. Top four seeds chalk like right now because i'm going to pick medvedev for sure. I have no wavering. In my medvedev pick but right now you have pasta over rube love. I do right now. So i have their career head-to-head favors rube blood. They played twice rube. Loves won both matches tallied three-set matches very very tight three-set matches. I just think there is going to be. we're not. I just don't think we're going to get all top four seats. I don't think we're quite there yet. Now maybe we are and we started this conversation with a talk about the generational. Shift the key three yup. Do i double down on that do you take. I'll be doubling down on that. Look on doubling down on. I'm just telling you right now. I am because what you brought up the very first part of this podcast. We were talking about this shift in. Its here this is it. It's here on doubling down on it. I'm just telling you all right. I'm with you then. I'll double down as well. I'm gonna take cdc poss- i'm gonna have him beat felix. I just i think something clicked for felix's summer i think he's playing really really good ball. I know for him. You look i believe for felix In hootie lose to in cincinnati. I believe it was quarterfinals. I wanna say he lost seats. You pass three sets. That's what it was. As a matter of beats bertini they're detaching off beat food which there is a really good tournament for him i think he knocks. It gets a couple of good wins in this event. I think he gets to the quarterfinals. Knocked out by cc poss but again you look at this section of the draw on tennis abstract the closest match up in this one is the closest match in the tournament. First round wise duckworth verse pedro martinez poortere the other fund. One pair versus the deuce. You've also got man arena. Oh excuse me man arena fifty point five percent. Two air bears forty nine point. Five is actually the closest of the tournament so should be a super super interesting section last but certainly not least your number two seed number two player in the world. the neal medvedev Section of the draw. You look for medved. He's gonna kick off his campaign against the veteran. Recharge gas gay. Imagine he gets through that pretty comfortably. You look at the other sections of the draw. Is it good or bad that he got number. Eight seed casper route on the one side casper rude. Few deep runs at the grand slam. In fact. I don't think he's got a second week yet..

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"singles" Discussed on The Mini-Break

The Mini-Break

05:52 min | 1 year ago

"singles" Discussed on The Mini-Break

"But i agree with you. Jovic to the semis. That section number one. I promise we are not going to spend that long on every section. Because if we do we'll be here forever. Although it's good to have you back manage maybe i will milk it but of course we move now to section number two of the draw of zero section here. Alex fear of your number three cds. One what is it. Eleven straight matches something like that. He goes rips through wins. The gold medal in singles. Perhaps more impressive than that. That was the way he won the western southern open title. And of course whenever you're talking alexandra we say this on every podcast. If you didn't read part. One of ben rothenberg's piece about his abuse of all your sharipova for racket magazine. If you didn't read part two of that story in slate go read it right now. If some of you want to skip through this part of the podcast because you have no tolerance. No patience for alex vera of talk. I can't fall to for that. It's our job here. Crack rackets to prepare everyone for what you're going to see at the twenty twenty one. Us open until we hear otherwise that means number four seed. Alex fear of his competing and it would be disingenuous. Win for us to say We'll just have him. Losing to query. Because alex fear of like that's just not good coverage so again if we're being honest here. He's playing the best tennis of his career. If we're being honest here all signs point for the first time that alex vir revs best is now good. Enough to compete with novak djokovic and even beat him on a hardcourt. That's certainly part of the story. Here is that you know again. The atp they're going to have a mar. They already have a marketing issue on their hands. They're going to continue to have one moving forward but again here at this. Us open alex. Fear of your number four seed in the section. You look at the other seats. He's going to have to face long way. Probably was the biggest winner in the top. Eight c draw. He got dennis chiappa. Violet who has struggled severely of late here as his number seven seed now some other interesting seeds in the section. Though you've got karen hatching out. Who is you pendulum into the third round each and every grand slam you've got riley. Oh palca finalist in canada. Pablo carreno boost. The best of the loss. Jen here in twenty twenty one and by the way. That's a list that includes dominant team here in this twenty twenty one season. You've also got the sin man you've got on fees the always dangerous sasha boob link you've got guys like jack sock in this section you've got The always dangerous sebastian corridor basler vilis won two titles this year. Lloyd harris beaten a doll Over at the city open to fund section and. This is the first time in a while. It feels like there's depth in these first round. Matchups manny so up and down the board even if you wanna say former australian open junior. Boys' singles final between emilio novel. The renzo move seti. That's a crack racquets special. What are the first round matches. You're watching most closely. Y- i have to admit though in this section does maybe doesn't excite me quite as much as some of the other sections why that is but i did star a few of these first round matches. I want to start with jack. Sock and yoshie nishioka. These two actually played. I believe in washington A few weeks ago. And you know nishioka won the first set. I think in a tiebreaker and the and then he retire In the second set of sock advanced And then actually played roth into in the next round. But this is a rematch. It's good to see sock back right..

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"singles" Discussed on The Mini-Break

The Mini-Break

03:33 min | 1 year ago

"singles" Discussed on The Mini-Break

"Are all star college tennis analyst. But don't forget folks. He's got a lot of thoughts on the pros as well joining us on the show today. It's math the cracks that kodiak mattie hey great shot first time in a long time it is great to have you back on the show. How you doing my friend. Doing great man doing great It's been a good summer. lots going on. I know you're busy. I'm busy everyone's busy but we finally reached kind of the culmination. Here we got. We got the us open man so Super excited to get this role in no doubt about that and we have a lot to talk about on. Today's show first and foremost of course a men's singles draw preview. What we're going to do on this show like we do on all of our previews run through the four sections of the draw answer. Four questions per section as well. We'll talk about these seeds on upset alert. We'll talk about the dark horses that can do some damage. We'll talk about the best first round matches and then of course. We're going to give some predictions as well but before i get into any of that while there has been plenty of college tennis results and i think there are twenty players with college tennis ties in this. Us open mattie. We talk all the time during the college tennessee's in about the strength in the level of play in the game right now i think that has manifested itself pretty clearly at the twenty twenty one. Us open but before we get into any of that. I wanna ask you a broad picture here about the atp tour because a spin while since we've talked curious to hear your thoughts but be it does feel like we're in the midst of a generational shift perhaps more pronounced than ever right now on the atp to and of course this is something you and i have been talking about since two thousand seventeen twenty eighteen. We first started doing the podcast but perhaps now more than ever. It feels very very clear that the generational shift has occurred. Perhaps there's even a new hierarchy at the top of the men's game. So i just want to run some stats by run some numbers. Get your thoughts. You look at where we are. At this season. there have been forty. Eight events played twenty nine total players. Mattie have won titles here in this twenty twenty one season. I believe there are eleven first time title winners here this year as well you look at the list of players who have won multiple titles to me. This is the most telling part there are twelve players with multiple titles. Jovovich has four. He's obviously still. His best is the best on the. Atp tour. i don't think anyone's denying that. Bought zero got four routes got four medvedev scott three then you get to the group of sinner. Her cats see poss- bertini. Pcb demon our bacilus v lee. That's the outlier demon our honestly a little outlier re as well and then rafael. Nidal with two. But what i'm trying to say they're mattie and you look at the clubs. I like to make tennis abstract. Top ten top. Fifteen top twenty. Who are twenty five in. Hold and break percentage. It's the same names medvedeva joke which both top ten rooplek nidal's vera of top fifteen club. Rude and carrots have who's your one outlier top twenty and then cc. Poss and team top twenty five now missing from there as matteo bertini who with his backhand return you can understand why is a little bit lower in terms of break percentage but mattie. I think we've got our new hierarchy. I think we have our ten guys. That matter it's jovic medvedev's ct poss- obviously dominant team. Win houthi andrea rube love matteo bertini and then honestly you start to throw in guys like casper. Rude guys..

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"singles" Discussed on The Mini-Break

The Mini-Break

05:14 min | 1 year ago

"singles" Discussed on The Mini-Break

"I'm writing it down for predictions just so we had. There is a bracket challenged by the way circa the us open so we should maybe get an interesting night to see who does better Let's say i'll go peculiar. Gimme un-american different different americans but let me go to google. we haven't said a word about just pig ula. You're no that's what i'm saying. Shut up to you. That's a great prediction and it's like this is why we have him. This probably have him here for. These draw previews. i'm jealous and sad. I didn't say that. Myself jessica geula has made the quarterfinals of just about every major hardcourt event. That's been held here in twenty twenty one quarterfinals at both the middle east events. I honestly think quarterfinals miami quarterfinals in canada as well. She's really freaking good on hardcourts. I'm gonna go bench not a surprise to you now. A surprise to our practice it's listeners. I just thinks she's found the confidence again in her best. Tennis is very very good. It's not quite the elite of the elite in terms of power tennis. Brits pretty damn close again just such a brilliant ball-striker. I think she's confident right. Now you look for xiang tag. I don't think shanta gets through her section. I think the first slam she loses before the fourth round whether it is a tough meant whether it is a kante I'm going to say iga is the seed who loses early in this section. I'm going to take bharti over bench itch. But i don't feel great about it. I do think it's trickier section for bharti than than we think that i know she's pregnant vance through it but i do think it is a tricky section. Give me bardy over bench to advance in the top quarter of the draw that section number one. Let's get to section number two now speaking of brilliant ball ball-strikers from the center of the court. It's the carolina placebo section jamie. Of course plus c-a-b-a has been so exceptional here over the course of these past. I would say month.

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"singles" Discussed on DivaSpeaks

DivaSpeaks

05:55 min | 1 year ago

"singles" Discussed on DivaSpeaks

"It hasn't happened yet doesn't mean it's not going to everyone has a season of waiting Yeah stand by. Because i used to be single and used to hear all of that mess. Oh my goodness let me tell you something. Some of you. Singers singles were never meant to be alone. Perhaps you have made yourself available enough Which let me transition into my next point. Let me tell you some some of you are being sold. A bag of pipe dreams. Some of you being told that you need to sit. Wait until.

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"singles" Discussed on This is Today

This is Today

08:50 min | 1 year ago

"singles" Discussed on This is Today

"Think i don't know or you find a hard to mary. People say don't get married until thirty. So i guess that would make sense Sixty five plus on makes up about thirty six percent of at a bit of population. Sixty five plus. I'm against number of people have lost their spouse things like that divorce. Whatever it is Fifty to sixty four is the next biggest group with twenty eight percent of that demographic being single Three to forty nine. We're looking at twenty three percent and you know of those groups fifty percent say that they're looking the other fifty percents say whatever i'm not i'm happy the way i am So what why. Why are they single. I went deeper. 'cause you know i i love to do that. Sometimes on his stats. Well some say forty seven percent in fact say that they have other priorities forty four percent just like being single twenty percent. Say they're too busy Eighteen percent say they've had some sort of bad luck in the past so they just don't want to repeat mistakes. Seventeen percent say no one would be interested in them. I feel bad for those seventy percent of the seventeen percent of the people there. I another seventeen percent. Say they're not ready. And then there's the groups that say they're just too old or it's health issues. Those are the other two big topics. Oh actually another one. Is they used to date taylor swift and that's about two percent Believe yeah so Happy singles awareness day. We gave you some stats. I guess we're very aware that there's singles out there. Hey i guess that would mean that. Thirty one percent of my listeners are Single so maybe we could do some sort of hook up just to go to our social media and we'll hook you guys up somehow. I don't know how we'll do that. But we'll figure that out all right we've got some events to talk about and we will do that right after this since you listen to this podcast. I'm pretty sure that you like documentaries. Yes you like science history technology. If you do well you definitely want to check out of curiosity stream and you can do so by clicking the link in the description yes click the link in the description and you will have access to thousands of documentaries all on demand you can watch them anytime and anywhere. Just click on the link in the description. Yesterday was yesterday. I got all the day's right that welcome back in nineteen sixty five. John lennon passed his driving test. You know the amazing thing about the beatles is they keep so many stats and facts and figures about the beatles. It's just amazing. How much information about the beatles there is out there so yeah on this day and nine hundred sixty five. Apparently he was a really bad driver and he typically didn't drive and then right after we pass this test into some sort of accident. I i'm not a big beatles fan as you know But you know. He did pass his driver's test on on this day in in nineteen sixty five and at least like libya rodrigo. He didn't write a song about it. She just wrote a song about getting her driver's license. Actually kinda catchy little song in one thousand nine hundred seventy two on this day sound recordings are granted a us federal copyright protection for the first time. Okay what does this mean. Well it that. I can't play music that i want to play on my podcast because of the copyright laws. Yeah well okay in one thousand nine hundred twenty five like all of those songs prior to that while those are now public domain or at least many of those What songs does that include like. Something like sweet georgia brown but not the actual you know versions like if somebody releases that song now. You can't play that one but the old versions released. It's it's a really complicated law. That's why i stick to that story. blocks seth thing. 'cause it's it's crazy difficult to to keep up with an there's things like mickey mouse. Mickey mouse technically will no longer have a copyright against the original look of mickey mouse and just a few years so disney of courses freaking out about that and trying to figure out ways around the whole copyright thing Yeah so how. What's the rule here. Basically if you hear a song today if it was first published today you gotta wait about ninety five years before you can use it on your podcast so Hang in there. Ninety five years is You know it's like that Leon spinks in nineteen seventy eight muhammad ali in a boxing match. This was a big boxing match. It was in las vegas nevada. Sellout crowd sell out. I it sounds like there's one hundred thousand people. There are no just five thousand two hundred ninety eight people in attendance for this fight and it was called the upset of the year. See leon was a gold medalist and you know ali ali right the greatest of all time as he would say okay so. It was a split decision in the fifteenth round There was a rematch later. In september and that decision got flipped ali defeated spinks in the fifteenth round with a unanimous decision. Now i mentioned leon spinks and i've got mentioned that he did just passed away pass away. He was sixty seven. He passed away on february fifth. He had been battling cancer He actually checked into hospital. In december of twenty nineteen due to prostate cancer that has spread to his bladder. He stopped fighting in nineteen ninety. Five by the way all right in nineteen ninety-two jeffrey. Dahmer was found. Sane and guilty of killing fifteen boys. He is known as the milwaukee cannibal Yeah this dude man I talked to john borowski. He's a film maker and he's really done this whole serial killer culture thing And he's following all these different and and doing research on all these serial killers On to be you could check out some of his videos to really interesting and you get some some definitely weird stuff as you would imagine But yeah. He was sentenced on this thursday. Jeffrey dahmer not to john borowski. That would that would be sad. I like john. Raskin know jeffrey. Dahmer was sentenced to fifteen years to life on this day in nineteen ninety two now in november of nineteen ninety. Four he was murdered by a fellow inmate. Now i gotta wonder you know. He didn't get the death sentence. And and i'm wondering if that's because they didn't want him to allow that last meal on a bad joke Let's just move on from that In two thousand thirteen on this day a meteor exploded over russia. I can't believe that Injuring about fifteen hundred people. It sent shockwaves and blew out windows and set off car alarms. Which you know is really annoying. I'd also impacted as cellphone service. Go all of that went down so who knows you know like what they were. Probably freaking out about what just happened. Was that like a nuclear about lost. It was basically the power of one of these atomic bombs ten metric tons. So you hadn't seen these videos definitely go look up the meteor exploding over russia twenty thirteen. Just go to youtube. Do that little search. Oh man this thing is crazy lit up the night sky was it was just absolutely insane. I can't imagine being there anyway Last year we do have an event from last year. The stranger things for from russia with love to see that segue. I went from russia to russia. This is perfect People were talking about the trailer that had just been released and they were all excited that it was going to come out and then twenty twenty and you know it didn't come out They're actually still working on that and hopefully. Do you get a stranger things for very soon. It's supposed to be dark. I is going to be good all right. Let's take a look at our birthdays today in. Nineteen sixty four crisp. Partly the late chris farley was born he passed away in nineteen ninety. Seven matt groening the simpsons the animator band He's got a new thing on netflix. Check that out to sixty seven today. Susan b. anthony was born on this day in eighteen. Twenty and galileo galilei was born on this day in fifteen sixty or that's your look at february fifteenth. Thanks for listening to this today. You together all the correct information if.

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"singles" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

07:57 min | 2 years ago

"singles" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

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"singles" Discussed on Pantheon

Pantheon

07:03 min | 2 years ago

"singles" Discussed on Pantheon

"Alright so our theme here is a little bit more complicated. One a synthesizer it's eighty s production values. it's drum machines. it's techno touches and So here's yes clearly playing in a style that is not their style. They are a big quintessentially seventies. Analog prog rock band playing long songs complicated songs psychedelic acoustic swirling odd time signatures so when this came out on nine. Oh two one oh nine. Oh two one. Oh yeah. I always say i always worry that. Musee nine oh two one nine hundred one over whatever anyways huge album. It was a massive massive album for their theft is their most successful while my beliefs. Three times platinum. This is nineteen eighty-three This was the lead single from it and it shocked everybody. It is a true true novelty. Hit for yes. They have a few other things. You could argue are a little bit novelty. I always think of roundabout is being a little bit novelty because of its Memorable bass part and baseline I am bands even having song short enough to play on. The radio was always a bit of a novelty. You think of lp lucky man that's a little novelty for them as well because it's not their style right but the big thing about owner of a lonely heart is it's kinda hard rocky so you've got you've got Distorted electric guitar coming out of this new guy in the band. Trevor ray-ban you've also got a very Spare and tight and tidy. Police like four beat Like stewart copeland beat. And you've got Lots of synthesizer stabs and sounds and weirdness going on So this absolutely was a shocking novelty song. For yes like plainly. It was a hit single because it was a novelty song in so many ways. It was just shocking to hear something like this. Yes and everybody was kind of ready for the new decade and to see what how bands would adapt to all of this new technology and yes is showing here that they're just diving in with both feet and there's and there's more of this stuff across great great album but there's also some pretty prog stuff too but it's basically a huge stadium rock album that uses a lot of these eighties. Thanks other ones. That i would include in this idea are the likes of genesis with mom. I think that's a little bit of a novelty hit. Because it's just this big complicated while not combat. Well we'll spare but Big big sort of drumbeat electro and their synthesizers it's basically vocals and synthesizers and and Treated drums and so it's quite a novelty. It's also a novelty hit for that for the nonsense vocal of the ha thing. That that phil dozen there as well so it has a few reasons for being a novelty. Hit was a hit. You do hear it on the radio a lot. I thought to keep it prog thought. Peter gabriel games without frontiers fits in this whole ideas. Well peter adopted a lot of of technology and quirky sounds and that song just quite plainly as a novelty hit. It was a hit because of the freshness of all the weird sounds that you hear in that song is just a very foreign strange sound. A lot of it is electronic so it fits our theme You know. I did a whole episode on this before about keyboards in hard rock so i won't go too deep into it but you know you could consider subdivisions by rush and jump by van. Halen both somewhat novelty hits. They are hits because we were shocked. By what the band was doing it. They were doing something that was not their style because they are considered quintessential hard rock guitar bands bands that that are based around guitar. And now these two songs are based around an actual cynth- ref Another some kind of minor example. But i thought it was interesting that i could bring phil lying. It again yellow pearl. He had a hit with that. And it's a total techno song. It's a little disco as well. So there you go. There's a there's our fifth example of a type of style that is not the style of the band. We did reggae. we did disco. we did mellowness. we did heaviness and we did since essentially So hope you like that. I thought that was pretty cool. And i think This idea of what makes a hit single in. even the idea of novelty in hit singles. is rich for another episode. Or two if you like this episode want support future episodes please go to kofi runs with no fee. Kofi dot com slash. Martin popoff hit that red support button by me. A coffee or a pint on that front of for this week. I would like to think of a bit of a shortlist this time. But i absolutely appreciate you. Guys bruce campbell. David fisher kevin latham augusta garcia de paradees Brian sager and andrew smith a thanks also to augusta and he is now busy Doing a second proofread of my new sweet book So that's going to lay out soon. It's going to be called Rebel rouser a sweet user manual. You can go to martin popoff dot com for all your hard rock and heavy metal and old dad rock and classic rock and the odd punk book. needs There are paypal button for everything. I am now sold out of the angel book. That's gone the van. Halen book has gone But i still have the thin lizzy coffee table book. Still have the blue oyster called coffee table book. I still have the iron maiden trilogy. The thrash trilogy i think right now. I can supply the entire new wave of british heavy metal trilogy and assorted other books. I've got both ufo books blah blah blah But yeah things go in print they go out of print some stay out of print. Some some we'll come back into print. Thanks very much Go play some of this stuff Go play some focus. Hocus pocus For your ultimate hard rock and all t hit. I think that's probably your best example. Talk to you later. Find all of our shows notes social links at. Www dot pantheon podcasts dot com. 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"singles" Discussed on Pantheon

Pantheon

02:44 min | 2 years ago

"singles" Discussed on Pantheon

"Let's rock out with martin. Martin popoff here. Welcome back to another episode of history and five songs with martin popoff. We are brought to you by the good folks at pantheon podcasts. We are pleased as always be part of this pantheon. Podcast network always growing available on spotify i tunes and over forty other podcasts platforms right. So this episode. This is episode eighty-one we are calling this novelty singles colon. not my style novelty singles. Not my style. Now i've been thinking a lot about what makes a good hit single these days and there's a whole lot of things and i think i think i might have a couple or three episodes out of this maybe even more But i thought. I would narrow it down and talk about a specific topic in terms of band having not only hit single but a hit single. That is considered a little bit of novelty. Now what is the novelty single. While i mean the key definition or the early definition of a novelty single is something like the trash man. Surfin bird monster mash by boris pickett. They call him the streak. Take this job and shove it all these songs. That are kind of comedic for one reason or another even arthur brown fire for that for that. You know you just for just for having something funny and strange about it. Something that is instantly pop in a pop culture context. Maybe a funny vocal a funny sound. So there's lots of reasons a can have a novelty single Possibly you know the lyrics. They talk about in there whether it's an interesting story. Even a catchphrase. Some of these. Frankly are you know the the sources of other episodes i might do on this and there's even a band or two that i might do a whole band dedicated episode on but this episode called novelty singles. Not my style. What we have here are examples. That i'm going to play and other examples that will site of bans Having a hit single that is not in their style. And i think in all of these cases you could argue that it is so far out of their style that there is a novelty aspect to it like the one of the reasons. This is a hit. Single is idea of hearing this band. Do something a so far out of their style. and i've i've kind of theme in clumps let's take let's take a listen to the first one This kiss with hard luck woman. Take a listen if never..

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